Tarkeshwar Singh, Ph.D.

Biomedical Engineering The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, United States 
Motor Control, Biomechanics
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Mark L. Latash grad student 2008-2012 Penn State
Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky grad student 2008-2012 Penn State
Troy Herter post-doc 2014-2016
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Sinha O, Madarshahian S, Gómez-Granados A, et al. (2023) Smooth pursuit eye movements contribute to anticipatory force control during mechanical stopping of moving objects. Journal of Neurophysiology
Singh T, Rizzo JR, Bonnet C, et al. (2023) Enhanced cognitive interference during visuomotor tasks may cause eye-hand dyscoordination. Experimental Brain Research
Perry CM, Singh T, Springer KG, et al. (2020) Multiple processes independently predict motor learning. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation. 17: 151
Bonnet CT, Delval A, Singh T, et al. (2020) New insight into Parkinson's disease-related impairment of the automatic control of upright stance. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Barany DA, Gómez-Granados A, Schrayer M, et al. (2020) Perceptual decisions about object shape bias visuomotor coordination during rapid interception movements. Journal of Neurophysiology
Mangalam M, Chen R, McHugh TR, et al. (2019) Bodywide fluctuations support manual exploration: Fractal fluctuations in posture predict perception of heaviness and length via effortful touch by the hand. Human Movement Science. 69: 102543
Mangalam M, Conners JD, Kelty-Stephen DG, et al. (2019) Fractal fluctuations in muscular activity contribute to judgments of length but not heaviness via dynamic touch. Experimental Brain Research
Mangalam M, Conners JD, Singh T. (2018) Muscular effort differentially mediates perception of heaviness and length via dynamic touch. Experimental Brain Research
Singh T, Perry CM, Fritz SL, et al. (2018) Eye Movements Interfere With Limb Motor Control in Stroke Survivors. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 1545968318790016
Singh T, Ambike S. (2017) A soft-contact model for computing safety margins in human prehension. Human Movement Science
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