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Stephen Scott
Stephen Scott
Professor, Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Queen's University
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Optimal feedback control and the neural basis of volitional motor control
SH Scott
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 5 (7), 532-545, 2004
11452004
Winter
L Scott
Franklin Watts, 2020
5742020
Cortical control of reaching movements
JF Kalaska, SH Scott, P Cisek, LE Sergio
Current opinion in neurobiology 7 (6), 849-859, 1997
5531997
Reaching movements with similar hand paths but different arm orientations. I. Activity of individual cells in motor cortex
SH Scott, JF Kalaska
Journal of neurophysiology 77 (2), 826-852, 1997
5281997
Quantitative assessment of limb position sense following stroke
SP Dukelow, TM Herter, KD Moore, MJ Demers, JI Glasgow, SD Bagg, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 24 (2), 178-187, 2010
3722010
Apparatus for measuring and perturbing shoulder and elbow joint positions and torques during reaching
SH Scott
Journal of neuroscience methods 89 (2), 119-127, 1999
3651999
The computational and neural basis of voluntary motor control and planning
SH Scott
Trends in cognitive sciences 16 (11), 541-549, 2012
3302012
Primary motor cortex underlies multi-joint integration for fast feedback control
JA Pruszynski, I Kurtzer, JY Nashed, M Omrani, B Brouwer, SH Scott
Nature 478 (7369), 387-390, 2011
3302011
Biomechanical model of the human foot: kinematics and kinetics during the stance phase of walking
SH Scott, DA Winter
Journal of biomechanics 26 (9), 1091-1104, 1993
3251993
Assessment of upper-limb sensorimotor function of subacute stroke patients using visually guided reaching
AM Coderre, A Abou Zeid, SP Dukelow, MJ Demmer, KD Moore, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 24 (6), 528-541, 2010
2912010
Optimal feedback control and the long-latency stretch response
JA Pruszynski, SH Scott
Experimental brain research 218, 341-359, 2012
2762012
Reaching movements with similar hand paths but different arm orientations. II. Activity of individual cells in dorsal premotor cortex and parietal area 5
SH Scott, LE Sergio, JF Kalaska
Journal of neurophysiology 78 (5), 2413-2426, 1997
2751997
Long-latency reflexes of the human arm reflect an internal model of limb dynamics
IL Kurtzer, JA Pruszynski, SH Scott
Current Biology 18 (6), 449-453, 2008
2702008
Talocrural and talocalcaneal joint kinematics and kinetics during the stance phase of walking
SH Scott, DA Winter
Journal of biomechanics 24 (8), 743-752, 1991
2581991
MEDARM: a rehabilitation robot with 5DOF at the shoulder complex
SJ Ball, IE Brown, SH Scott
2007 IEEE/ASME international conference on Advanced intelligent mechatronics …, 2007
2372007
Rapid motor responses are appropriately tuned to the metrics of a visuospatial task
JA Pruszynski, I Kurtzer, SH Scott
Journal of neurophysiology 100 (1), 224-238, 2008
2362008
Random change in cortical load representation suggests distinct control of posture and movement
I Kurtzer, TM Herter, SH Scott
Nature neuroscience 8 (4), 498-504, 2005
2302005
Potential of robots as next-generation technology for clinical assessment of neurological disorders and upper-limb therapy.
SH Scott, SP Dukelow
Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development 48 (4), 2011
2182011
Limited transfer of learning between unimanual and bimanual skills within the same limb
D Nozaki, I Kurtzer, SH Scott
Nature neuroscience 9 (11), 1364-1366, 2006
2162006
Dissociation between hand motion and population vectors from neural activity in motor cortex
SH Scott, PL Gribble, KM Graham, DW Cabel
Nature 413 (6852), 161-165, 2001
2122001
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