John J Buchanan

Texas A & M University - College Station 
coordination, observational learning, tDCS, TMS
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Buchanan JJ, Cordova A. (2023) Spontaneity competes with intention to influence the coordination dynamics of interpersonal performance tendencies. Human Movement Science. 93: 103160
Buchanan JJ, Cordova A. (2022) Individual goals interact with dyad goals to constrain and facilitate the formation of interpersonal patterns of coordination. Human Movement Science. 83: 102949
McCulloch AT, Park I, Wright DL, et al. (2020) Off-line learning in a rhythmic bimanual task: early feedback dependency is reduced over wakefulness. Psychological Research
Park I, Buchanan JJ, McCulloch AT, et al. (2020) Motor and spatial representations of action: corticospinal excitability in M1 after training with a bimanual skill. Experimental Brain Research
Buchanan JJ. (2018) Mirror-hand selection is influenced by training perspective and model skill level in a motor-learning task. Experimental Brain Research
Buchanan JJ, Park I, Chen J, et al. (2018) Expert monitoring and verbal feedback as sources of performance pressure. Acta Psychologica. 186: 39-46
Park I, Buchanan JJ. (2017) Motor Skill Learning and the Development of Visual Perception Processes Supporting Action Identification. Journal of Motor Behavior. 1-13
Buchanan JJ, Park I, Chen J, et al. (2017) Bimanual coordination patterns are stabilized under monitoring-pressure. Experimental Brain Research
Buchanan JJ. (2016) The Coordination Dynamics of Observational Learning: Relative Motion Direction and Relative Phase as Informational Content Linking Action-Perception to Action-Production. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 957: 209-228
Buchanan JJ, Park I. (2015) Observation and physical practice: different practice contexts lead to similar outcomes for the acquisition of kinematic information. Psychological Research
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