Jack De Havas

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ICN, UCL, London, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Motor control, involuntary movement, action awareness, motor learning, motor adaptation
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De Havas J, Ito S, Gomi H. (2020) On stopping voluntary muscle relaxations and contractions: evidence for shared control mechanisms and muscle state specific active breaking. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
De Havas J, Ito S, Haggard P, et al. (2018) Low Gain Servo Control During the Kohnstamm Phenomenon Reveals Dissociation Between Low-Level Control Mechanisms for Involuntary vs. Voluntary Arm Movements. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 12: 113
De Havas J, Gomi H, Haggard P. (2017) Experimental investigations of control principles of involuntary movement: a comprehensive review of the Kohnstamm phenomenon Exp Brain Res.
De Havas J, Gomi H, Haggard P. (2017) Experimental investigations of control principles of involuntary movement: a comprehensive review of the Kohnstamm phenomenon. Experimental Brain Research
De Havas J, Ghosh A, Gomi H, et al. (2016) Voluntary motor commands reveal awareness and control of involuntary movement Cognition. 155: 155-167
De Havas J, Ghosh A, Gomi H, et al. (2015) Sensorimotor organization of a sustained involuntary movement Front Behav Neurosci.. 9
De Havas J, Ghosh A, Gomi H, et al. (2015) Sensorimotor organization of a sustained involuntary movement. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 9: 185
Kuehn E, De Havas J, Silkoset E, et al. (2015) On the bimanual integration of proprioceptive information Exp Brain Res.. 233: 1273-1288
De Havas J, Parimal S, Soon CS, et al. (2012) Sleep deprivation reduces default mode network connectivity and anti-correlation during rest and task performance Neuroimage. 59: 1745-1751
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