Robert Louis Sainburg

Affiliations: 
Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Area:
Motor control
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Dexheimer B, Przybyla A, Murphy TE, et al. (2022) Reaction time asymmetries provide insight into mechanisms underlying dominant and non-dominant hand selection. Experimental Brain Research
Jayasinghe SAL, Scheidt RA, Sainburg RL. (2022) Neural Control of Stopping and Stabilizing the Arm. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 16: 835852
Schaffer JE, Sarlegna FR, Sainburg RL. (2021) A rare case of deafferentation reveals an essential role of proprioception in bilateral coordination. Neuropsychologia. 160: 107969
Maenza C, Wagstaff DA, Varghese R, et al. (2021) Remedial Training of the Less-Impaired Arm in Chronic Stroke Survivors With Moderate to Severe Upper-Extremity Paresis Improves Functional Independence: A Pilot Study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 15: 645714
Dexheimer B, Sainburg R. (2021) When the non-dominant arm dominates: the effects of visual information and task experience on speed-accuracy advantages. Experimental Brain Research. 239: 655-665
Jayasinghe SAL, Good D, Wagstaff DA, et al. (2020) Motor Deficits in the Ipsilesional Arm of Severely Paretic Stroke Survivors Correlate With Functional Independence in Left, but Not Right Hemisphere Damage. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 14: 599220
Schaffer JE, Maenza C, Good DC, et al. (2020) Left hemisphere damage produces deficits in predictive control of bilateral coordination. Experimental Brain Research
Jayasinghe SAL, Sarlegna FR, Scheidt RA, et al. (2020) The neural foundations of handedness: Insights from a rare case of deafferentation. Journal of Neurophysiology
Schaffer JE, Sainburg RL. (2020) Interlimb Responses to Perturbations of Bilateral Movements are Asymmetric. Journal of Motor Behavior. 1-17
Srinivasan GA, Embar T, Sainburg R. (2020) Interlimb differences in coordination of rapid wrist/forearm movements. Experimental Brain Research
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