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|2009||Wright Z, Rogers MW, MacKinnon CD, Patton J (2009) Startle Stimuli Reduce the Internal Model Control in Discrete Movements. In: IEEE Engineering In Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC), Minneapolis, MN, USA
||2009||Sulzer J, Patton J, Peshkin M, (2009), “A highly backdrivable, lightweight knee actuator for investigating gait in stroke” IEEE-Transactions on Robotics (tRo) 25 (3) 539-548.
||2009||Sulzer J, Gordon KE, Hornby TG, Peshkin M, Patton JL (2009) Adaptation to Knee Flexion Torque During Gait, 11th IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, 23-26 June 2009, Kyoto
||2009||Rozario S, Housman S, Kovic M, Kenyon R, Patton J (2009) Therapist-mediated post-stroke rehabilitation using haptic/graphic error augmentation. In: IEEE Engineering In Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC), Minneapolis, MN, USA
||2009||Reinkensmeyer, D. J. and Patton, J L. (2009) Can Robots Help the Learning of Skilled Actions?” Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 37(1) 43-51.
||2009||Meghani A, Burgess JK, Patton J (2009) Intermanual Transfer of Learning Reveals Representations In Simultaneous Extrinsic and Intrinsic Coordinate Systems. In: IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), Kyoto, Japan
||2009||Huang F, Patton JL, Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2009) Robot-amplified manual exploration improves load identification, 11th World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, September 7-12, 2009 in Munich, Germany
||2009||Huang F, Patton JL, Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2009) Negative Viscosity Can Enhance Learning of Inertial Dynamics. 11th IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, 23-26 June 2009, Kyoto
||2009||Dvorkin A, Zollman F, Beck K, Larson E, Patton J (2009) A Virtual Environment-Based Paradigm for Improving Attention in TBI. 11th IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, 23-26 June 2009, Kyoto
||2008||Sulzer J, Patton J, Peshkin M (2008) Pulling Your Strings: Cable Moment Arm Manipulation as a Method of Joint Actuation, IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, September, p70-78.
||2008||Assaf Pressman ,lana Nisky , Amir Karniel and Ferdinando A.Mussa-Ivaldi (2008) Probing Virtual Boundaries and the Perception of Delayed Stiffness In: Advanced Robotics 22 (2008) 119–140
||2008||Patton, J.L., Small, S. L., Rymer, W. Z. (2008) Functional Restoration for the Stroke Survivor: Informing the Efforts of Engineers, Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 15(6):521–541; doi 10.1310/tsr1506-521
||2008||Patton JL, Brown D, Peshkin M, Santos J, Makhlin A, Lewis E, Colgate JE, Schwandt D (2008) KineAssist: Design and development of a robotic overground gait and balance therapy device Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 15(2) 131-139.
||2008||Dvorkin A.Y., Rymer W.Z., Harvey R.L., Bogey R.A. & Patton J.L. Assessment and monitoring of recovery of spatial neglect within a virtual environment, Proceedings of the IEEE Virtual Rehabilitation 2008. p. 88-92, Vancouver, Canada, August 2008
||2007||Sulzer, J. S., Peshkin, M. A., Patton JL (2007) “Design of a Mobile, Inexpensive Device for Upper Extremity Rehabilitation at Home” IEEE-International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), Noordwijk, the Netherlands
||2007||Huang, F., Patton, J. & Mussa-Ivaldi, F. (2007) "Interactive priming enhanced by negative damping aids learning of an object manipulation task" IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBc), Lyon, France.
||2007||Burgess J, Bareither, R., Patton JL (2007) “Bimanual Training Enhances Single Limb Performance” IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 15 (2) 347-355
||2006||Wu, M, Hornby, TG, Kahn, JH, & Schmit, BD (2006) Flexor reflex responses triggered by imposed knee extension in chronic human spinal cord injury, Exp Brain Res 168: 566-576.
||2006||Sulzer J, Peshkin M, Patton J (2006) Catastrophe and Stability Analysis of a Cable-Driven Actuator, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC). IEEE, New York, p FrA16.15.
||2006||Reed, K, Peshkin, M, Hartmann, MJ, Grabowecky, M, Patton, J & Vishton, PM (2006) Haptically Linked Dyads Are Two Motor-Control Systems Better Than One? Psych Science, 17(5)365-6.
||2006||Peshkin, M.; Brown, D.A.; Santos-Munne, J.J.; Makhlin, A.; Lewis, E.; Colgate, J.E.; Patton, J.; Schwandt, D., KineAssist: a robotic overground gait and balance training device, International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), p. 241 - 246
||2006||Westwick, D, Pohlmeyer, E, Solla, S, Miller, L & Perreault, E (2006) Identification of Multiple-Input Systems with Highly Coupled Inputs: Application to EMG Prediction from Multiple Intracortical Electrodes, Neural Computation 18, 329-355 (2006).
||2006||Patton, JL, Wei, Y, Scharver, C, Kenyon, RV & Scheidt, R (2006) Motivating Rehabilitation by Distorting Reality, BioRob 2006 The first IEEE / RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics Pisa, Tuscany, Italy February 20-22, 2006.
||2006||Patton J, Hilliard M, Martinez K, Mille M, Rogers M (2006) A Simple Model of Stability Limits Applied to Sidestepping in Young, Elderly and Elderly Fallers. In: IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC), New York, p FrC11.15.
||2006||Patton, JL, Kovic, M& Mussa-Ivaldi, FA Custom-designed haptic training for restoring reaching ability to individuals with stroke, Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development (JRRD), 43 (5) 643-656.
||2006||Patton JL, Phillips-Stoykov ME, Stojakovich M, Mussa-Ivaldi FA (2006) Evaluation of robotic training forces that either enhance or reduce error in chronic hemiparetic stroke survivors. Experimental Brain Research 168: 368-383
||2006||Patton JL, Dawe G, Scharver C, Muss-Ivaldi FA, Kenyon R (2006) Robotics and Virtual Reality: A perfect marriage for motor control research and rehabilitation, Assistive Technology 18: 181-195.
||2006||Li, Sm Kamper, DG & Rymer, WZ (2006) Effects of Changing Wrist Positions on Finger Flexor Hypertonia in Stroke Survivors, Muscle Nerve 33: 183-190. .
||2006||Kamper, DG, Yasukawa, AM, Barrett, KM & Gaebler-Spira, DJ (2006) Stimulation Treatment of Cerebral Palsy on Potential Impairment Mechanisms: A Pilot Study, Pediatr Phys Ther 2006;18:31–38.
||2006||Kamper, DG, Fischer, HC & Cruz, EG (2006) Impact of finger posture on mapping from muscle activation to joint torque, Clinical Biomechanics 21 361–369.
||2006||Hitchens J, Patton JL (2006) Generalization of Motor Adaptation Skills from Bimanual-Grasp to Individual Limbs. In: IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC), New York, p FrB14.17.
||2006||Harwin, WS, Patton, JL & Edgerton, VR (2006) Challenges and Opportunities for Robot-Mediated Neurorehabilitation. Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 94, No. 9.
||2006||Chib, VS, Patton, JL, Lynch, KM & Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2006) Haptic identification of surfaces as fields of force, J Neurophysiol 95: 1068-1077, 2006.
||2005||Yao J & Dewald, JPA (2005) Evaluation of different cortical source localization methods using simulated and experimental EEG data, NeuroImage 25 (2005) 369– 382.
||2005||Wu, M, Hornby, TG, Hilb, J, & Schmit, BD (2005) Extensor spasms triggered by imposed knee extension in chronic human spinal cord injury, Exp Brain Res, 162: 239.
||2005||Wu, G, van der Helm, FCT, Veeger, HEJ, Makhsous, M, Van Roy, P, Amglin, C, Nagel, J, Karduna, AR, McQuade, K, Wang, X, Werner, FW & Buchholz, B (2005) ISB recommendation on definitions of joint coordinate systems of various joints for the reporting of human joint motion—Part II: shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand, Journal of Biomechanics 38 (2005) 981-992.
||2005||Wei, Y, Bajaj, P, Scheidt, R, & Patton JL (2005) A Real-Time Haptic/Graphic Demonstration of how Error Augmentation can Enhance Learning, IEEE- International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Barcelona, Spain.
||2005||Wei, Y, Bajaj, P, Scheidt, R & Patton JL (2005) "Visual Error Augmentation for Enhancing Motor Learning and Rehabilitative Relearning", IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, Chicago, IL .
||2005||Sulzer, JS, Peshkin, MA & Patton, JL (2005) MARIONET: An exotendon-driven, rotary Series Elastic Actuator for exerting joint torque, International Conference on Robotics for Rehabilitation (ICORR), Chicago, IL 2005.
||2005||Stoykov, NS, Lowery, MM, Heckman, CJ, Taflove, A & Kuiken, TA (2005) Recording Intramuscular EMG Signals Using Surface Electrodes, Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE 9th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, June 28-July 1, 2005, Chicago, IL, USA.
||2005||Stoykov, NS, Lowery, MM, & Kuiken, TA (2005) A Finite-Element Analysis of the Effect of Muscle Insulation and Shielding on the Surface EMG Signal, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, VOL. 52, NO. 1, JANUARY 2005.
||2005||Stinear, JW & Hornby, TG (2005) Stimulation-induced changes in lower limb corticomotor excitability during treadmill walking in humans , J Physiol 567.2 pp 701-711.
||2005||Simone, LK & Kamper, DG (2005) Design considerations for a wearable monitor to measure finger posture, Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 2:5 doi:10.1186/1743-0003-2-5.
||2005||Scharver, C, Patton, J, Kenyon, R & Kersten, E (2005) Comparing adaptation of constrained and unconstrained movements in three dimensions, Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR 2005), Chicago, IL .
||2005||Reed, KB, Peshkin, M, Hartmann, MJ, Colgate, JE & Patton, J (2005) Kinesthetic Interaction. IEEE ICORR 2005 Proceedings, June 28 - July 1, 2005, Chicago, IL, USA.
||2005||Ravichandran, VJ and Perreault, EJ (2005) Estimation of muscle synergies in the presence of arbitrary inputs, Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE 9th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, June 28-July 1, 2005, Chicago, IL, USA.
||2005||Park, HS, Peng, Q & Zhang, LQ (2005) Causality-Based Portable Control System Design for Tele-Assessment of Elbow Joint Spasticity, Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE 9th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, June 28-July 1, 2005, Chicago, IL, USA.
||2005||Mosier, K, Scheidt, RA, Acosta, S, & Mussa-Ivaldi, F.A. (2005) Remapping Hand Movements in a Novel Geometrical Environment. J Neurophysiol, doi:10.1152/jn.00380.2005
||2005||Mirbagheri, MM, Tsao, C, Pelosin, E & Rymer, WZ (2005) Therapeutic Effects of Robotic-Assisted Locomotor Training on Neuromuscular Properties, Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE 9th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, June 28-July 1, 2005, Chicago, IL, USA.
||2005||Mayhew, D, Bachrach, B, Rymer, WZ & Beer, RF (2005) Development of the MACARM – a Novel Cable Robot for Upper Limb Neurorehabilitation, Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE 9th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, June 28-July 1, 2005, Chicago, IL, USA.
||2005||Makhsous, M, Hendrix, R, Crowther, Z, Nam, E & Lin, A, (2005) Reducing whole-body vibration and musculoskeletal injury with a new car seat design, Ergonomics, Vol. 48, No. 9, 15 July 2005, 1183-1199.
||2005||Li, S, Stevens, JA, Kamper, DG, & Rymer, WZ (2005) The Movement-Specific Effect of Motor Imagery of the Premotor Time, Motor Control, 2005, 9, 119-128© 2005 Human Kinetics Publishers, Inc.
||2005||Lewis, GN, Perreault, EJ & MacKinnon, CD (2005) The influence of perturbation duration and velocity on the long-latency response to stretch in the biceps muscle, Exp Brain Res (2005)163: 361-369.
||2005||Kuiken, TA, Lowery, MM, Stoykov, NS, The Effect of Subcutaneous Fat on Myoelectric Signal Amplitude and Cross-Talk, Prosthetics and Orthotics International
||2005||Kuiken, TA, Dumanian, GA, Lipschutz, RD, Miller, LA & Stubblefield, KA (2005) The use of targeted muscle reinnervation for improved myoelectric prosthesis control in a bilateral shoulder disarticulation amputee, A research paper for submission to Prosthetics and Orthotics International.
||2005||Krutky, MA and Perreault, EJ (2005) Use Dependent Plasticity In The Corticospinal Pathways Controlling Human Arm Movement, Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE 9th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, June 28-July 1, 2005, Chicago, IL, USA.
||2005||Knikou M, Kay, E & Rymer WZ (2005) Modulation of flexion reflex induced by hip angle changes in human spinal cord injury. Experimental Brain Research DOI: 10.1007/s00221-005-0112-0, published online on Sept 22, 2005.
||2005||Knikou M (2005) Plantar cutaneous input modulates differently spinal reflexes in subjects with intact and injured spinal cord, Spinal Cord (2006), 1–9.
||2005||Knikou M (2005) Effects of hip joint angle changes on intersegmental spinal coupling in human spinal cord injury, Experimental Brain Research (2005) 167: 381–393.
||2005||Kline, T , B.S., Kamper, D, Ph.D., Schmit, B, Ph.D. (2005) Control System for Pneumatically Controlled Glove to Assist in Grasp Activities. IEEE ICORR 2005 Proceedings, June 28 - July 1,2005, Chicago, IL, USA.
||2005||Keller, T, Ellis, MD & Dewald, JPA (2005) Overcoming Abnormal Joint Torque Patterns in Paretic Upper Extremities Using Triceps Stimulation, Presented in part at the 8th Vienna International Workshop on Functional Electrical Stimulation, September 10-13, 2004, Vienna, Austria.
||2005||Karniel, A, Kositsky, M, Fleming, KM, Chiappalone, M, Sanguineti, V, Alford, ST & Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2005) Computational analysis in vitro: dynamicsand plasticity of a neuro-robotic system, J. Neural Eng. 2 (2005) S250-S265.
||2005||Hornby, TG, Zemon, DH & Campbell, D (2005) Robotic-Assisted, Body-Weight Supported Treadmill Training in Individuals Following Motor Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury, 52 Physical Therapy . Volume 85 . Number 1 . January 2005.
||2005||Gurses, S, Dhaher, Y, Hain, TC & Keshner, EA (2005) Perturbation parameters associated with nonlinear responses of the head at small amplitudes, Journal of BioPhysicsReearch.
||2005||Ellis, MD, Holubar, BG, Acosta, A, Beer, RF & Dewald, JPA (2005) MODIFIABILITY OF ABNORMAL ISOMETRIC ELBOW AND SHOULDER JOINT TORQUE COUPLING AFTER STROKE, Muscle Nerve 32: 170-178, 2005.
||2005||Dewald, JPA & Yao, J (2005) Evaluation of different cortical source localization methods using simulated and experimental EEG data, NeuroImage 25 (2005) 369-382.
||2005||Deutsch, KM, Hornby,TG & Schmit, BD (2005) The intralimb coordination of the flexor reflex response is altered in chronic human spinal cord injury, Neuroscience Letters 380 (2005) 305–310.
||2005||Deng, J, Yao, J & Dewald, JPA (2005) Classification of the intention to generate a shoulder versus elbow torque by means of a time–frequency synthesized spatial patterns BCI algorithm, J. Neural Eng. 2 (2005) 131-138.
||2005||Chib, VS, Patton, JL, Lynch, KM & Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2005) Haptic identification of surfaces as fields of force, J Neurophysiol (October 5, 2005).
||2005||Chib, VS, Patton, JL, Lynch, KM & Mussa-Ivaldi, FS (2005) The Effect of Stiffness and Curvature on the Haptic Identification of Surfaces, Proceedings of the First Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, 0-7695-2310-2/05, 2005.
||2004||Wei, Y & Patton, JL (2004) Force Field Training to Facilitate Learning Visual Distortions: A Sensory Crossover Experiment,IEEE Haptics Symposium of the IEEE Virtual Reality Conference.
||2004||Taylor E, Lin, F, Bankard, J, Thomas, T & Makhsous, M (2004) Performance of Manual Propulsion in Wheelchair Bound Patients Using a New Seating Design, RESNA 27th Int. Conf., June 18-22, 2004.
||2004||Stoykov, N.S., Jerome, J.W.and Pierce, L.C. (2004) Computational modelling evidence of a nonthermal electromagnetic interaction mechanism with living cells: microwave nonlinearity in the cellular sodium ion channel, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES, Volume 52 2040-2045.
||2004||Perreault, EJ, Kirsch, RF, Crago, PE (2004) Multijoint dynamics and postural stability of the human arm, Exp Brain Res (2004) 157: 507
||2004||Patton, J. L. and Mussa-Ivaldi, F.A. (2004) Robot-Assisted Adaptive Training: Custom Force Fields for Teaching Movement Patterns. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering51(4): 636-646.
||2004|| Patton, JL, Dawe, G, Scharver, C, Mussa-Ivaldi, FA, Kenyon, R. (2004) Robotics and Virtual Reality: The Development of a Life-Sized 3-D System for the Rehabilitation of Motor Function, EMBS 2004.
||2004||Nam, EK, Makhsous, M, Koh, J, Bowen, M, Nuber, G & Zhang, LQ (2004) Biomechanical and Histological Evaluation of Osteochondral Transplantation in a Rabbit Model, The American Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol. 32, No. 2.
||2004||Mussa-Ivaldi, FA & Solla, S.A. (2004) Neural Primitives for Motion Control,IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, Vol. 29, No. 3: 640-650.
||2004||Makhsous, M Lin,F & Zhang, LQ (2004) Multi-axis passive and active stiffnesses of the glenohumeral joint, Clinical Biomechanics 19 (2004) 107-115.
||2004||Makhsous, M, Lin, F, Hendrix, RW, Hepler, M & Zhang, LQ (2004) Sitting with Adjustable Ischial and Back Supports: Biomechanical Changes, Spine 2003;28:1113-1122.
||2004||Lowery, MM, Stoykov, SS, Dewald, JPA and Kuiken, TA (2004) Volume Conduction in an Anatomically Based Surface EMG Model,IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, VOL. 51, NO. 12, DECEMBER 2004.
||2004||Lin, F, Wang, G, Koh, JL, Hendrix, RW and Zhang, LQ (2004) In vivo and Noninvasive Three-Dimensional Patellar Tracking Induced, Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., Vol. 36, No.1, pp3-101.
||2004||Li, S., Kamper, DG, Stevens, JA & Rymer, WZ (2004) The Effect of Motor Imagery on Spinal Segmental Excitability, The Journal of Neuroscience, October 27, 2004 • 24(43):9674 –9680.
||2004||Li, S., Kamper, DG, Stevens, JA & Rymer, WZ (2004) The Effect of Motor Imagery on Spinal Segmental Excitability, The Journal of Neuroscience, October 27, 2004 • 24(43):9674-9680.
||2004||Keshner, EA (2004) Head-trunk coordination in elderly subjects during linear anterior-posterior translations, Exp Brain Res 158: 213-222.
||2004||Keshner, EA, Kenyon, RV & Langston, J (2004) Postural responses exhibit multisensory dependencies with discordant visual and support surface motion Journal of Vestibular Research 14; 307-319.
||2004||Keshner, EA (2004) Virtual reality and physical rehabilitation: a new toy or a new research and rehabilitation tool?, Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation.
||2004||Keshner, EA (2004) Using Immersive Technology for Postural Research and Rehabilitation, Asst Technol 2004;16:000-000.
||2004||Kenyon, RV, Leigh, J & Keshner, EA (2004) Considerations for the future development of virtual technology as a rehabilitation tool, Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation.
||2004||Hornby, TG, Heckman, CJ, Harvey, RL & Rymer WZ (2004) CHANGES IN VOLUNTARY TORQUE AND ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY FOLLOWING ORAL BACLOFEN, Muscle Nerve 30: 784–795, 2004..
||2004||Hornby, TG, Tysseling-Mattiace, VM, Benz, EN & Schmit, BD (2004) Contribution of Muscle Afferents to Prolonged Flexion Withdrawal Reflexes in Human Spinal Cord Injury, J Neurophysiol 92: 3375–3384, 2004.
||2004||Dingwell, JB, Mah, CD & Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2004) Experimentally confirmed mathematical model for human control of a non-rigid object. J Neurophysiol91: 1158-1170.
||2004||Chib, VS, Patton, JL, Lynch, KM & Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2004) Haptic Discrimination of Perturbing Fields and Object Boundaries, Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems (HAPTICS'04).
||2004||Beer, RF, Dewald, JP, Dawson, ML, and Rymer, WZ (2004) Target-dependent differences between free and constrained arm movements in chronic hemiparesis, Exp Brain Res 156: 458-470.
||2003||Stoykov, NS, Kuiken, TA, Lowery, MM and Taflove, A (2003) Finite-Element Time-Domain Algorithms for Modeling Linear Debye and Lorentz Dielectric Dispersions at Low Frequencies, 1100 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, VOL. 50, NO. 9, SEPTEMBER 2003
||2003||Schmit, BD, Hornby, TG, Tysseling-Mattiace, VM & Benz, EN (2003) Absence of Local Sign Withdrawal in Chronic Human Spinal Cord Injury, J Neurophysiol 90: 3232–3241.
||2003||Reinkensmeyer, DJ, Iobbi, MG, Kahn, LE, Kamper, DG & Takahashi, CD (2003) Modeling Reaching Impairment after Stroke Using a Population Vector Model of Movement Control that Incorporates Neural Firing Rate Variability, Neural Computation 15: 2619-2642.
||2003||Mussa-Ivaldi FA and Miller LE (2003) Brain-machine interfaces: Computational demands and clinical needs meet basic Neuroscience, TRENDS in Neurosciences 26(6):329-334.
||2003||Mussa-Ivaldi F.A., Patton J.L., Chib V.S., Sha D., Mah, C. D., Dingwel, J.B.. (2003) "Multijoint arm control: beyond reaching," IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, Cancun, Mexico, September, 2003
||2003||Makhsous, M, Lin, F, Hendrix, RW, Hepler, M & Zhang, LQ (2003) Sitting with Adjustable Ischial and Back Supports: Biomechanical Changes, Spine;28:1113-1122.
||2003||Mah, CD, Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2003) Evidence for a specific internal representation of the motion-force relationships during object manipulation. Biological Cybernetics, 88:60-72
||2003||Mah CD, Mussa-Ivaldi FA (2003) Generalization of Object Manipulation Skills Learned without Limb Motion, Journal of Neuroscience 23(12):4821–4825.
||2003||Lowery, MM, Stoykov, NS & Kuiken, TA (2003) Independence of Myoelectric Control Signals Examined Using a Surface EMG Model, IEEE Transactions in Biomedical Engineering, VOL. 50, NO. 6.
||2003||Lowery, MM, Stoykov, SS, and Kuiken, TA(2003) A simulation study to examine the use of cross-correlation as an estimate of surface EMG cross talk,J Appl Physiol 94: 1324-1334.
||2003||Kuiken,TA, Lowery, MM and Stoykov, NS (2003) The Effect of Subcutaneous Fat on Myoelectric Signal Amplitude and Cross-Talk, Prosthetics and Orthotics International, vol. 27, pp. 48-54, 2003.
||2003||Kositsky, M, Karniel, A, Alford, S., Fleming, K.M. and Mussa-Ivaldi, F.A.Dynamical dimension of a hybrid neuro-robotic system. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering. 11: 155-159 2003.
||2003||Knikou M., Rymer W.Z. (2003) Static and Dynamic Changes in Body Orientation Modulate Spinal Reflex Excitability in Humans, Exp Br Res 152:466-475.
||2003||Keshner, EA and Statler, KD (2003) Effects of inertial load and cervical-spine orientation on a head-tracking task in the alert cat, Exp Brain Res 148:202–210.
||2003||Keshner, EA (2003) Head-Trunk Coordination During Linear Anterior-Posterior Translations, J Neurophysiol 89: 1891-1901.
||2003||Karniel A, Mussa-Ivaldi FA (2003) Sequence, time or state representation: How does the motor control system adapt to variable environments? Biological Cybernetics DOI 10.1007/s00422-003-0397-7
||2003||Kamper, DG, Harvey, RL, Suresh, S & Rymer, WZ (2003) Relative contributions of neural mechanisms versus muscle mechanics in promoting finger extension deficits following stroke, Muscle Nerve 28: 309-318.
||2003||Kamper, DG, Cruz, EG, Siegel, MP (2003) Stereotypical Fingertip Trajectories during Grasp, J Neurophysiol 90: 3702-3710
||2003||Hornby, TG, Rymer, WZ, Benz, EN & Schmit, BD (2003) Windup of Flexion Reflexes in Chronic Human Spinal Cord Injury: A Marker for Neuronal Plateau Potentials? J Neurophysiol 89: 416–426.
||2002||Knikou, M & Rymer, W Z (2002) Effects of hip joint angle on H-reflex excitability in humans, Exp Brain Res 143 (2): 149-159.
||2002||Stoykov, NS, Lowery, MM, Taflove, A & Kuiken, TA (2002) Frequency- and Time-Domain FEM Models of EMG: Capacitive Effects and Aspects of Dispersion, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, VOL. 49, NO. 8, AUGUST 2002 763
||2002||Reinkensmeyer DJ, McKenna-Cole A, Kahn LE, Kamper DG (2002) Directional control of reaching is preserved following mild/moderate stroke and stochastically constrained following severe stroke, Experimental Brain Research143:525-530
||2002||Patton, JL, Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2002) Linear combinations of nonlinear models for predicting human-machine interface forces, Biological Cybernetics, 86 (1) 73-87
||2002||Lowery, MM, Stoykov, NS, Taflove, A & Kuiken, TA (2002) A Multiple-Layer Finite-Element Model of the Surface EMG Signal, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, VOL. 49, NO. 5.
||2002||Knikou M, Rymer W Z, (2002) Hip angle induced modulation of H reflex amplitude, latency and duration in spinal cord injured humans Clinical Neurophysiology 113, 1698–1708
||2002||Chen, KJ, Keshner, EA, Peterson, BW & Hain, TC (2002) Modeling Head Tracking of Visual Target, Journal of Vestibular Research, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 25-33.
||2002||Karniel A, Fleming KM, Sanguineti V, Alford ST, Mussa-Ivaldi FA (2002) Dynamic properties of the lamprey’s neuronal circuits as it drives a two-wheeled robot, In Carmena JM and Maistros G (Eds) Proceeding of the SAB'2002 Workshop on Motor Control in Humans and Robots: on the interplay of real brains and artificial devices. Edinburgh, Scotland, pp 29-36
||2002||Karniel, A (2002) Three creatures named "forward model" Neural Networks 15:305-307
||2002||Karniel, A, Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2002) Does the motor control system use multiple models and context switching to cope with a variable environment? Experimental Brain Research, 143:520-524.
||2002||Kamper DG, Hornby TG, Rymer WZ (2002)Extrinsic flexor muscles generate concurrent flexion fo all three finger joints, Journal of Biomechanics35:1581-1587
||2002||Kamper DG, McKenna-Cole A, Kahn LE, Reinkensmeyer DJ (2002) Alterations in reaching after stroke and their relationship to movement direction and impairment severity, Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 83: 702-707
||2002||Hornby, TG, McDonagh, JC, Reinking, RM & Stuart, DG (2002) Motoneurons: A preferred firing range across vertebrate species? Muscle Nerve 25: 632-648.
||2002||Hornby, TG, McDonagh, JC, Reinkeng, RM & Stuart, DG (2002) Effects of Excitatory Modulation on Intrinsic Properties of Turtle Motoneurons, J Neurophysiol 88: 86–97, 2002; 10.1152/jn.00551.2001.
||2002||DeLuca, CJ & Erim, Z (2002) Common Drive in Motor Units of a Synergistic Muscle Pair, J. Neurophysiol.87: 2200-2204.
||2002||Dingwell, JB, MAH, CD & MUSSA-IVALDI, FA (2002) Manipulating Objects With Internal Degrees of Freedom: Evidence for Model-Based Control J Neurophysiol 88: 222 235
||2001||Kahn, LE, Dewald, J, Zygman, ML & Reinkensmeyer, DJ (2001) Effect of Robot-Assisted and Unassisted Exercise on Functional Reaching in Chronic Hemiparesis, Proceedings Annual EMBS International Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.
||2001||Schmit B, Rymer WZ (2001) Identification of Static and Dynamic Components of Reflex Sensitivity in Spastic Elbow Flexors Using a Muscle Activation Model, Annals of BME 29(4)p330-339
||2001||Scheidt, Robert A., Jonathan B. Dingwell, and Ferdinando A. Mussa-Ivaldi. Learning to Move Amid Uncertainty. J. Neurophysiol. 86: 971-985, 2001.
||2001||Patton,Rymer,Mussa-Ivaldi (2001) Robotic-induced improvement of movements in hemiparetics via an implicit learning technique. Abstract from the Society for Neuroscience Meeting, November 2001, San Diego, CA
||2001||Patton, JL, Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2001) Robotic Teaching By Exploiting the Nervous System’s Adaptive Mechanisms, 7th International Conference On Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), April 25-27, 2001, Evry, France
||2001||Patton, J., Mussa-Ivaldi, F., and Rymer, W. (2001) Altering Movement Patterns in Healthy and Brain-Injured Subjects Via Custom Designed Robotic Forces, EMBC2001, the 23rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS), Istanbul, Turkey
||2001||Kuiken, TA, Stoykov, NS, Popovic, M, Lowery, M & Taflove, A (2001) Finite Element Modeling of Electromagnetic Signal Propagation in a Phantom Arm,IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering,VOL. 9, NO. 4 .
||2001||Kamper DG, Rymer WZ (2001) Impairment of Voluntary Control of Finger Motion Following Stroke: Role of Inappropriate Muscle Coactivation,Muscle & Nerve 24:673-81.
||2001||Kamper DG, Schmit BD, Rymer WZ (2001) Effect of Muscle Biomechanics on the Quantifcation of Spasticity, Annals of Biomedical Engineering 29(12):1122-1134
||2001||EBENBICHLER, GR, ODDSSON, L, KOLLMITZER, J & ERIM, Z (2001) Sensory-motor control of the lower back: implications for rehabilitation, Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., Vol. 33, No. 11, 2001, pp. 1889-1898.
||2001||Dewald JP, Sheshadri V, Dawson ML, and Beer RF, (2001) Upper-Limb Discoordination in Hemiparetic Stroke:Implications for Neurorehabilitation, Top Stroke Rehabil, 8(1):1-12..
||2001||Dewald, JA, and Beer, RF (2001) Abnormal Joint Torque Patterns in the Paretic Upper Limb of Subjects with Hemiparesis, Muscle Nerve 24: 273-283.
||2000||Scheidt, RA, Rymer WZ ( 2000) Control strategies for the transition from multijoint to single-joint arm movements studied using a simple mechanical constraint. J. Neurophysiol. 83:1-12
||2000||Scheidt, RA, Reinkensmeyer, DJ, Conditt, MA, Rymer, WZ and Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2000) Persistence of Motor Adaptation During Constrained, Multi-Joint, Arm Movements. Journal of Neurophysiology 84: 853-862
||2000||Patton JL, Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (2000) Prespecified After-effects Elicited from Robotic Force Fields. Abstract from the Society for Neuroscience Meeting, November 2000, New Orleans, LA, USA
||2000||Mussa-Ivaldi FA, Patton JL (2000) Robots can teach people how to move their arm, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), San Francisco, CA
||2000||Schwerin S, Dewald J P A (2000) Organization of shoulder and elbow torque representations in the human motor cortex as determined with dual pulse Transcranial magnetic stimulation, Neuroscience Abstracts
||2000||Schmidt BD, Dewald JP, Rymer WZ (2000) Stretch reflex adaptation in elbow flexors during repeated passive movements in unilateral brain-injured patients. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 81(3)
||2000||Ricamato A.L. ; Y.Y. Dhaher; J.P.A. Dewald (2000) QUANTIFICATION OF CENTERS OF CORTICAL ACTIVITY AS A FUNCTION OF STATIC ELBOW/SHOULDER JOINT TORQUE MAGNITUDE IN MAN, Society for Neuroscience Abstract
||2000||Reinkensmeyer D, Kahn L E, Averbuch M, McKenna A, Schmit B, Rymer W Z (2000) Understanding and Promoting Arm Movement Recovery after Chronic Brain Injury:Progress through Robotics, JRRD
||2000||Reger, B, Fleming, KM, Sanguineti, V, Simon Alford, S, Mussa-Ivaldi, FA. (2000) Connecting Brains to Robots: The Development of a Hybrid System for the Study of Learning in Neural Tissues. Artificial Life VII, Portland, Oregon, August 2000
||2000||Reger, B, Fleming, KM, Sanguineti, V, Simon Alford, S, Mussa-Ivaldi, FA. (2000) Connecting Brains to Robots: An Artificial Body for Studying the Computational Properties of Neural Tissues, Artificial Life 6: 307-324
||2000||Popescu, FC and Rymer, WZ (2000) End points of planar reaching movements are disrupted by small force pulses: an evaluation of the hypothesis of equifinality. Journal of Neurophysiology 84: 2670-9
||2000||Perreault, EJ,Crago, PE & Kirsch, RF (2000) Estimation of Intrinsic and Reflex Contributions to Muscle Dynamics: A Modeling Study. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, VOL. 47, NO. 11.
||2000||Patton JL, Lee WA, Pai CYC (2000) Relative Stability Improves with Experience in a Dynamic Standing Task, Experimental Brain Research, Volume 135:117-126
||2000||Mussa-Ivaldi, F. A., and Bizzi, E. (2000). “Motor learning through the combination of primitives.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. London B, 355, 1755-1769
||2000||Mah C.D., (2000) “Spatial and temporal modulation of joint stiffness during multijoint movement” Experimental Brain Research, Published online 6 December 2000, DOI# 10.1007/s002210000598
||2000||Keshner, E.A. and Kenyon, R.V. (2000).The influence of an immersive virtual environment on the segmental organization of postural stabilizing responses. Journal of Vestibular Research, 10: 201-219.
||2000||Keshner, E.A. (2000). Modulating active stiffness affects head stabilizing strategies in young and elderly adults during trunk rotations in the vertical plane. Gait and Posture, 11: 1-11.
||2000||Kamper DG, Rymer WZ (2000) Quantitative Features of the Stretch Response of Extrinsic Finger Muscles in Hemiparetic Stroke, Muscle Nerve 23: 954–961
||2000||Lee, Chang, Patton (2000) Practice-related changes in lumbar loading during rapid voluntary pulls made while standing. Clinical Biomechanics, 15(10):726-734, 2000.
||2000||Beer RF, Dewald JPA, Rymer WZ (2000) Deficits in the coordination of multijoint arm movements in patients with hemiparesis: evidence for disturbed control of limb dynamics, Experimental Brain Research 131(3):305-319.
||2000||Beer RF, Dewald JPA, Rymer WZ (2000) Deficits in the coordination of multijoint arm movements in patients with hemiparesis: evidence for disturbed control of limb dynamics, Experimental Brain Research 131(3):305-319
||1999||Reinkensmeyer D. J. Schmit, BD, Rymer WZ (1999) Assessment of Active and Passive Restraint During Guided Reaching After Chronic Brain Injury Annals of Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 27, pp. 805-814.
||1999||Perreault, EJ, Kirsch, RF & Acosta, AM (1999) Multiple-input, multiple-output system identification for characterization of limb stiffness dynamics, Biol. Cybern. 80, 327-337.
||1999||Mussa-Ivaldi FA (1999) Motor Primitives, Force-Fields and the Equilibrium Point Theory
||1999||Mussa-Ivaldi FA, (1999) Modular features of motor control and learning. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, vol. 9, pp. 713-717
||1999||Makhsous, M, Hogfors, C, Siemien'ski, A, Peterson, B (1999) Total shoulder and relative muscle strength in the scapular plane, Journal of Biomechanics 32 (1999) 1213}1220.
||1999||Keshner, E.A., Hain, T.C., and Chen, K.C. (1999). Predicting control mechanisms for human head stabilization by altering the passive mechanics. Journal of Vestibular Research, 9: 423-434.
||1999||Kamper DG, Rymer WZ (1999) Effects of Geometric Joint Constraints on the Selection of Final Arm Posture During Reaching: A Simulation Study Exp Brain Res 126:134-138
||1999||Dewald, JP, Beer, RF, Given, JD, McGuire & Rymer, WZ (1999) Reorganization of Flexion Reflexes in the Upper Extremity of Hemiparetic Stroke Subjects, Muscle Nerve 22: 1209-1221.
||1999||Conditt, MA and Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (1999) Central representation of time during motor learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96:11625-30
||1999||Beer RF, Given JD, Dewald, JP (1999) Task-dependent weakness at the elbow in patients with hemiparesis. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1999 Jul 80(7):766-72)
||1998||Patton JL, (1998) Global Modeling of Adaptive, Dynamic Balance Control, PhD Thesis, Northwestern University Biomedical Engneering
||1998||Patton JL, Lee WA, Pai CYC (1999) Evaluation of a model that determines the stability limits of dynamic balance. Gait & Posture, 9(1): 38-49
||1998||Adam, Alexander, Carlo J. De Luca, and Zeynep Erim (1998) Hand Dominance and Motor Unit Firing Behavior, J. Neurophysiol. 80: 1373–1382.
||1997||Patton, James, Pai, Y.-C., and Lee, Wynne (1997).A Simple model of the feasible limits to postural stability, EMBS.
||1997||Pai YC, Patton JL (1997) Center of mass velocity-position predictions for balance control, Journal of Biomechanics, 30(4):347-354
||1997||Mussa-Ivaldi, F. A. (1997). Nonlinear force fields: a distributed system of control primitives for representing and learning movements. Proceedings of the 1997 IEEE International Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation, 84-90
||1997||Lee WA, Patton JL (1997) Learned changes in the complexity of movement organization during multijoint, standing pulls .Biol. Cybern. 77, 197Ð206
||1997||Conditt MA, Gandolfo F, Mussa-Ivaldi FA (1997) The Motor System Does Not Learn the Dynamics of the Arm by Rote Memorization of Past Experience, J . Neurophysiol. 78: 554–560
||1996||Keshner, E.A. and Chen, K. J. (1996). Mechanisms controlling head stabilization in the elderly during random rotations in the vertical plane. Journal of Motor Behavior, 28: 324-336.
||1996||Gandolfo, F, Mussa-Ivaldi, FA and Bizzi, E (1996) Motor learning by field approximation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93: 3843-6
||1996||Erim Z, De Luca CJ, Mineo K, Aoki T., (1996) Rank-ordered regulation of motor units, Muscle Nerve, May;19(5):563-73.
||1996||De Luca CJ, Foley PJ, Erim Z, 1996 Motor unit control properties in constant-force isometric contractions,J Neurophysiol. Sep;76(3):1503-16.
||1995|| Keshner, E.A. and Peterson, B.W. (1995). Mechanisms controlling human head stability: I. Head-neck dynamics during random rotations in the horizontal plane. Journal of Neurophysiology, 73: 2293-2301.
||1994||Shadmehr, R and Mussa-Ivaldi, FA (1994) Adaptive representation of dynamics during learning of a motor task. Journal of Neuroscience 14: 3208-3224
||1994||De Luca CJ, Roy AM, Erim Z., 1994 Common drive of motor units in regulation of muscle force, Trends Neurosci. 1994 Jul;17(7):299-305.
||1993||Giszter, FA Mussa-Ivaldi and E Bizzi (1993) "Convergent force fields organized in the frog's spinal cord" Journal of Neuroscience, Vol 13, 467-491.
||1993|| DeLUCA, CJ, ROY, AM & ERIM, Z (1993) Synchronization of Motor-Unit Firings in Several Human Muscles, Journal of Neuropshysiology, Vol. 70, No. 5
||1992||Mussa-Ivaldi FA (1992) From basis functions to basis fields: Vector field approximation from sparse data, Biological Cybernetics 67: 479-489
||1991||Mussa-Ivaldi FA, Hogan N (1991) Integrable Solutions of Kinematic Redundancy via Impedance, International Journal of Robotics Research10(5):481-491
||1988||F.A. Mussa-Ivaldi, J. McIntyre, E. Bizzi (1988) Theoretical and experimental perspectives in arm trajectory formation, Biological and Artificial Intelligent Systems:563-577
||1988||F.A. Mussa-Ivaldi, P. Morasso, amd R. Zaccaria (1988) Kinematic Networks, Biological Cybernetics 60:1-16
||1988||Mussa-Ivaldi FA (1988) Do neurons in the motor cortex encode movement directions?,Neuroscience Letters, 91: 106-111
||1985||Mussa-Ivaldi FA, Hogan N. and Bizzi, E.(1985) Neural, Mechanical, and Geometric Factors Subserving Arm Posture in Humans, Journal of Neuroscience. 5:2732-2743