Allen Osman

Affiliations: 
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
Motor control
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Seifried T, Ulrich R, Bausenhart KM, et al. (2010) Temporal preparation decreases perceptual latency: evidence from a clock paradigm. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 63: 2432-51
Rinkenauer G, Osman A, Ulrich R, et al. (2004) On the locus of speed-accuracy trade-off in reaction time: inferences from the lateralized readiness potential. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 133: 261-82
Osman A, Moore CM, Ulrich R. (2003) Temporal organization of covert motor processes during response selection and preparation. Biological Psychology. 64: 47-75
Parra L, Alvino C, Tang A, et al. (2003) Single-trial detection in EEG and MEG: Keeping it linear Neurocomputing. 52: 177-183
Parra L, Alvino C, Tang A, et al. (2002) Linear spatial integration for single-trial detection in encephalography. Neuroimage. 17: 223-30
Possamaï CA, Burle B, Osman A, et al. (2002) Partial advance information, number of alternatives, and motor processes: An electromyographic study Acta Psychologica. 111: 125-139
Gutierrez PM, Osman A, Barrios FX, et al. (2001) Development and initial validation of the self-harm behavior questionnaire Journal of Personality Assessment. 77: 475-490
Osman A, Lou L, Muller-Gethmann H, et al. (2000) Mechanisms of speed-accuracy tradeoff: Evidence from covert motor processes Biological Psychology. 51: 173-199
Heil M, Osman A, Wiegelmann J, et al. (2000) N200 in the Eriksen-task: Inhibitory executive processes? Journal of Psychophysiology. 14: 218-225
Hasbroucq T, Osman A, Possamaï CA, et al. (1999) Cortico-spinal inhibition reflects time but not event preparation: Neural mechanisms of preparation dissociated by transcranial magnetic stimulation Acta Psychologica. 101: 243-266
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