Robert Sainburg, PhD OTR/L
Robert Sainburg, PhD OTR/L
Professor of Neurology and Kinesiology, Penn State and Penn State College of Medicine
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Control of limb dynamics in normal subjects and patients without proprioception
RL Sainburg, MF Ghilardi, H Poizner, C Ghez
Journal of neurophysiology 73 (2), 820-835, 1995
6301995
Evidence for a dynamic-dominance hypothesis of handedness
RL Sainburg
Experimental brain research 142 (2), 241-258, 2002
6082002
Loss of proprioception produces deficits in interjoint coordination
RL Sainburg, H Poizner, C Ghez
Journal of neurophysiology 70 (5), 2136-2147, 1993
5981993
Differences in control of limb dynamics during dominant and nondominant arm reaching
RL Sainburg, D Kalakanis
Journal of neurophysiology 83 (5), 2661-2675, 2000
4902000
Handedness: dominant arm advantages in control of limb dynamics
LB Bagesteiro, RL Sainburg
Journal of neurophysiology 88 (5), 2408-2421, 2002
4052002
Intersegmental dynamics are controlled by sequential anticipatory, error correction, and postural mechanisms
RL Sainburg, C Ghez, D Kalakanis
Journal of neurophysiology 81 (3), 1045-1056, 1999
3691999
Interlimb transfer of visuomotor rotations: independence of direction and final position information
RL Sainburg, J Wang
Experimental brain research 145 (4), 437-447, 2002
3342002
Proprioceptive control of interjoint coordination
C Ghez, R Sainburg
Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology 73 (2), 273-284, 1995
2681995
Handedness: differential specializations for control of trajectory and position
RL Sainburg
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 33 (4), 206-213, 2005
2422005
Ipsilesional motor deficits following stroke reflect hemispheric specializations for movement control
SY Schaefer, KY Haaland, RL Sainburg
Brain 130 (8), 2146-2158, 2007
2332007
Nondominant arm advantages in load compensation during rapid elbow joint movements
LB Bagesteiro, RL Sainburg
Journal of neurophysiology 90 (3), 1503-1513, 2003
2102003
Hemispheric specialization and functional impact of ipsilesional deficits in movement coordination and accuracy
SY Schaefer, KY Haaland, RL Sainburg
Neuropsychologia 47 (13), 2953-2966, 2009
2092009
The dominant and nondominant arms are specialized for stabilizing different features of task performance
J Wang, RL Sainburg
Experimental Brain Research 178 (4), 565-570, 2007
1692007
Interlimb transfer of novel inertial dynamics is asymmetrical
J Wang, RL Sainburg
Journal of Neurophysiology 92 (1), 349-360, 2004
1632004
Limb position drift: implications for control of posture and movement
LE Brown, DA Rosenbaum, RL Sainburg
Journal of neurophysiology 90 (5), 3105-3118, 2003
1602003
Interlimb differences in control of movement extent
RL Sainburg, SY Schaefer
Journal of neurophysiology 92 (3), 1374-1383, 2004
1482004
The roles of vision and proprioception in the planning of reaching movements
FR Sarlegna, RL Sainburg
Progress in motor control, 317-335, 2009
1412009
The effects of brain lateralization on motor control and adaptation
PK Mutha, KY Haaland, RL Sainburg
Journal of motor behavior 44 (6), 455-469, 2012
1392012
Mechanisms underlying interlimb transfer of visuomotor rotations
J Wang, RL Sainburg
Experimental Brain Research 149 (4), 520-526, 2003
1382003
Contralesional motor deficits after unilateral stroke reflect hemisphere-specific control mechanisms
S Mani, PK Mutha, A Przybyla, KY Haaland, DC Good, RL Sainburg
Brain 136 (4), 1288-1303, 2013
1252013
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