Amy Jo Bastian

Affiliations: 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
human neurphysiology, motor learning
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Mooney RA, Bastian AJ, Celnik PA. (2021) Training at asymptote stabilizes motor memories by reducing intracortical excitation. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 143: 47-56
Therrien AS, Statton MA, Bastian AJ. (2020) Reinforcement Signaling Can Be Used to Reduce Elements of Cerebellar Reaching Ataxia. Cerebellum (London, England)
Day KA, Bastian AJ. (2019) Providing low-dimensional feedback of a high-dimensional movement allows for improved performance of a skilled walking task. Scientific Reports. 9: 19814
Day KA, Cherry-Allen KM, Bastian AJ. (2019) Individualized feedback to change multiple gait deficits in chronic stroke. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation. 16: 158
Rossi C, Chau CW, Leech KA, et al. (2019) The capacity to learn new motor and perceptual calibrations develops concurrently in childhood. Scientific Reports. 9: 9322
Roemmich RT, Leech KA, Gonzalez AJ, et al. (2019) Trading Symmetry for Energy Cost During Walking in Healthy Adults and Persons Poststroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 1545968319855028
Leech KA, Day KA, Roemmich RT, et al. (2018) Movement and perception recalibrate differently across multiple days of locomotor learning. Journal of Neurophysiology
Therrien AS, Wolpert DM, Bastian AJ. (2018) Increasing Motor Noise Impairs Reinforcement Learning in Healthy Individuals. Eneuro. 5
Cherry-Allen KM, Statton MA, Celnik PA, et al. (2018) A Dual-Learning Paradigm Simultaneously Improves Multiple Features of Gait Post-Stroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 1545968318792623
Zimmet AM, Cowan NJ, Bastian AJ. (2018) Patients with Cerebellar Ataxia Do Not Benefit from Limb Weights. Cerebellum (London, England)
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