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Howard Zelaznik
Howard Zelaznik
Professor of Health and Kinesiology, Purdue University
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Motor control and learning: A behavioral emphasis
RA Schmidt, TD Lee, C Winstein, G Wulf, HN Zelaznik
Human kinetics, 2018
110172018
Motor-output variability: a theory for the accuracy of rapid motor acts.
RA Schmidt, H Zelaznik, B Hawkins, JS Frank, JT Quinn Jr
Psychological review 86 (5), 415, 1979
19881979
The cerebellum and event timing
RB Ivry, RM Spencer, HN Zelaznik, J Diedrichsen
Annals of the new York Academy of Sciences 978 (1), 302-317, 2002
6142002
Disrupted timing of discontinuous but not continuous movements by cerebellar lesions
RMC Spencer, HN Zelaznik, J Diedrichsen, RB Ivry
science 300 (5624), 1437-1439, 2003
5782003
Rapid visual feedback processing in single-aiming movements
HN Zelaznik, B Hawkins, L Kisselburgh
Journal of motor behavior 15 (3), 217-236, 1983
4671983
Development of functional synergies for speech motor coordination in childhood and adolescence
A Smith, HN Zelaznik
Developmental psychobiology 45 (1), 22-33, 2004
4192004
Spatial topological constraints in a bimanual task
EA Franz, HN Zelaznik, G McCabe
Acta psychologica 77 (2), 137-151, 1991
3421991
Spatiotemporal stability and patterning of speech movement sequences
A Smith, L Goffman, HN Zelaznik, G Ying, C McGillem
Experimental Brain Research 104, 493-501, 1995
3141995
Dissociation of explicit and implicit timing in repetitive tapping and drawing movements.
HN Zelaznik, R Spencer, RB Ivry
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (3), 575, 2002
3102002
Sources of inaccuracy in rapid movement
RA Schmidt, HN Zelaznik, JS Frank
Information processing in motor control and learning, 183-203, 1978
2751978
The influence of aging and attentional demands on recovery from postural instability
GE Stelmach, HN Zelaznik, D Lowe
Aging Clinical and Experimental Research 2, 155-161, 1990
2151990
Correlations for timing consistency among tapping and drawing tasks: evidence against a single timing process for motor control.
SD Robertson, HN Zelaznik, DA Lantero, KG Bojczyk, RM Spencer, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (5 …, 1999
2141999
Kinematic properties of rapid aimed hand movements
HN Zelaznik, RA Schmidt, SCAM Gielen
Journal of Motor Behavior 18 (4), 353-372, 1986
1911986
Spatial conceptual influences on the coordination of bimanual actions: When a dual task becomes a single task
EA Franz, HN Zelaznik, S Swinnen, C Walter
Journal of motor behavior 33 (1), 103-112, 2001
1812001
Distinct timing mechanisms produce discrete and continuous movements
R Huys, BE Studenka, NL Rheaume, HN Zelaznik, VK Jirsa
PLoS computational biology 4 (4), e1000061, 2008
1632008
Motor control and learning, 6E
RA Schmidt, TD Lee, CJ Winstein, G Wulf, HN Zelaznik
Human kinetics, 2018
1482018
Generalized motor abilities and timing behavior in children with specific language impairment
HN Zelaznik, L Goffman
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010
1472010
Speed-accuracy trade-offs in motor behavior: Theories of impulse variability
RA Schmidt, DE Sherwood, HN Zelaznik, BJ Leikind
Motor behavior: Programming, control, and acquisition, 79-123, 1985
1431985
Role of the cerebellum in movements: control of timing or movement transitions?
RMC Spencer, RB Ivry, HN Zelaznik
Experimental brain research 161, 383-396, 2005
1302005
Evidence that a motor timing deficit is a factor in the development of stuttering
L Olander, A Smith, HN Zelaznik
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010
1222010
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