Dagmar Sternad
Dagmar Sternad
University Distinguished Professor of Biology, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Physics
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Local dynamic stability versus kinematic variability of continuous overground and treadmill walking
JB DIngwell, JP Cusumano, PR Cavanagh, D Sternad
Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 123 (1), 27-32, 2001
Definition and classification of hyperkinetic movements in childhood
VCF Sanger TD, Chen D, Fehlings DL, Hallett M, Lang AE
Movement Disorders 25 (11), 1538-49, 2010
Role of hyperactive cerebellum and motor cortex in Parkinson's disease
H Yu, D Sternad, DM Corcos, DE Vaillancourt
Neuroimage 35 (1), 222-233, 2007
Rhythmic arm movement is not discrete
S Schaal, D Sternad, R Osu, M Kawato
Nature Neuroscience 7 (10), 1136-1143, 2004
Sensitivity of smoothness measures to movement duration, amplitude, and arrests
N Hogan, D Sternad
Journal of Motor Behavior 41 (6), 529-534, 2009
Slower speeds in patients with diabetic neuropathy lead to improved local dynamic stability of continuous overground walking
JB Dingwell, JP Cusumano, D Sternad, PR Cavanagh
Journal of Biomechanics 33 (10), 1269-1277, 2000
Decomposition of variability in the execution of goal-oriented tasks: three components of skill improvement
H Müller, D Sternad
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 30 (1 …, 2004
On rhythmic and discrete movements: reflections, definitions and implications for motor control
N Hogan, D Sternad
Experimental brain research 181, 13-30, 2007
Complexity of human postural control in young and older adults during prolonged standing
M Duarte, D Sternad
Experimental Brain Research 191 (3), 265-276, 2008
Variability in motor learning: relocating, channeling and reducing noise
RG Cohen, D Sternad
Experimental Brain Research 193 (1), 69-83, 2009
Dynamic primitives of motor behavior
N Hogan, D Sternad
Biological Cybernetics 106 (11-12), 727-739, 2012
Origins and violations of the 2/3 power law in rhythmic three-dimensional arm movements
S Schaal, D Sternad
Experimental Brain Research 136 (1), 60-72, 2001
One-handed juggling: A dynamical approach to a rhythmic movement task
S Schaal, CG Atkeson, D Sternad
Journal of Motor Behavior 28 (2), 165-183, 1996
It's not (only) the mean that matters: variability, noise and exploration in skill learning
D Sternad
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 20, 183-195, 2018
Learning and transfer of complex motor skills in virtual reality: a perspective review
DE Levac, ME Huber, D Sternad
Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation 16 (1), 1-15, 2019
Motor learning: changes in the structure of variability in a redundant task
H Müller, D Sternad
Progress in Motor Control, 439-456, 2009
Nonlinear dynamical systems as movement primitives
S Schaal, S Kotosaka, D Sternad
1rst IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robotics, 1-11, 2000
Validity and reliability of Kinect skeleton for measuring shoulder joint angles: a feasibility study
ME Huber, AL Seitz, M Leeser, D Sternad
Physiotherapy 101 (4), 389-393, 2015
Segmentation of endpoint trajectories does not imply segmented control
D Sternad, S Schaal
Experimental Brain Research 124, 118-136, 1999
Average phase difference theory and 1∶1 phase entrainment in interlimb coordination
D Sternad, MT Turvey, RC Schmidt
Biological Cybernetics 67 (3), 223-231, 1992
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