Aaron L. Wong, PhD

Affiliations: 
Neurology Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
Area:
motor control, motor learning
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Mark Shelhamer grad student 2006-2012 Johns Hopkins
 (Motor learning in the saccadic system: The importance of prediction in maintaining movement accuracy.)
John W. Krakauer post-doc 2012- Johns Hopkins Medical School
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Barhorst-Cates EM, Isaacs MW, Buxbaum LJ, et al. (2022) Action imitation via trajectory-based or posture-based planning. Human Movement Science. 83: 102951
Wong AL, Green AL, Isaacs MW. (2022) Motor Plans under Uncertainty Reflect a Trade-Off between Maximizing Reward and Success. Eneuro. 9
Therrien AS, Wong AL. (2021) Mechanisms of Human Motor Learning Do Not Function Independently. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 15: 785992
Isaacs MW, Buxbaum LJ, Wong AL. (2021) Proprioception-based movement goals support imitation and are disrupted in apraxia. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 147: 140-156
Wong AL. (2020) Decision letter: A critical re-evaluation of fMRI signatures of motor sequence learning Elife
Wong AL, Krakauer JW. (2019) Why Are Sequence Representations in Primary Motor Cortex So Elusive? Neuron. 103: 956-958
Krakauer JW, Hadjiosif AM, Xu J, et al. (2019) Motor Learning. Comprehensive Physiology. 9: 613-663
Wong AL, Jax SA, Smith LL, et al. (2019) Movement imitation via an abstract trajectory representation in dorsal premotor cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Wong AL, Marvel CL, Taylor JA, et al. (2019) Can patients with cerebellar disease switch learning mechanisms to reduce their adaptation deficits? Brain : a Journal of Neurology
Wong AL, Goldsmith J, Forrence AD, et al. (2017) Reaction times can reflect habits rather than computations. Elife. 6
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