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DAGMAR STERNAD: PUBLICATIONS Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
1. Hasson, C.J., Shen, T., & Sternad, D. (in revision). Safety margins and variability in a redundant object manipulation
task. Journal of Neurophysiology.
2. Chu, W.T.V., Sternad, D., & Sanger, T.D. (in revision). Healthy and dystonic children are sensitive to their motor
variability. Journal of Neurophysiology.
3. Cohen, R. & Sternad, D. (2012). State space analysis of intrinsic timing: Exploiting task redundancy to reduce
sensitivity to timing. Journal of Neurophysiology, 107, 2, 618-627 (Epub Oct 26, 2011).
4. Sternad, D., Abe, M.O., Hu, X., & Müller, H. (2011). Neuromotor noise, sensitivity to error and signal-dependent noise
in trial-to-trial learning. PLoS Computational Biology, 7, 9, e1002159.
5. Ajemian, R. & Sternad, D. (2010). Theoretical ideas in motor neuroscience and their capacity for falsification. Journal
of Motor Behavior, 6, 331-332.
6. Ronsse, R. & Sternad, D. (2010). Bouncing between model and data: stability, passivity, and optimality in hybrid
dynamics. Journal of Motor Behavior, 6, 387-397.
7. Sternad, D., Park, S., Müller, H., & Hogan, N. (2010). Coordinate dependence of variability analysis. PLOS
Computational Biology, 6, 4, e1000751.
8. Sanger, T.D., Chen, D., Fehlings, D.L., Hallett, M. et al. (2010). Definitions and classification of hyperkinetic
movements in childhood. Movement Disorders, 25, 11, 1538-49.
9. Ronsse, R., Wei, K., & Sternad, D. (2010). Optimal control of a hybrid rhythmic-discrete task: the bouncing ball
revisited. Journal of Neurophysiology, 103, 2482-2493.


Source: Ayers, Joseph - Marine Science Center & Department of Biology, Northeastern University


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