Amanda S Therrien
Amanda S Therrien
Assistant Professor, Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute, Thomas Jefferson University
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Effective reinforcement learning following cerebellar damage requires a balance between exploration and motor noise
AS Therrien, DM Wolpert, AJ Bastian
Brain 139 (1), 101-114, 2016
Cerebellar damage impairs internal predictions for sensory and motor function
AS Therrien, AJ Bastian
Current opinion in neurobiology 33, 127-133, 2015
The cerebellum as a movement sensor
AS Therrien, AJ Bastian
Neuroscience letters 688, 37-40, 2019
Interactions between motor exploration and reinforcement learning
S Uehara, F Mawase, AS Therrien, KM Cherry-Allen, P Celnik
Journal of neurophysiology 122 (2), 797-808, 2019
Increasing motor noise impairs reinforcement learning in healthy individuals
AS Therrien, DM Wolpert, AJ Bastian
eneuro 5 (3), 2018
Sensory attenuation of self-produced feedback: the Lombard effect revisited
AS Therrien, J Lyons, R Balasubramaniam
PLoS One 7 (11), e49370, 2012
The cerebellum contributes to proprioception during motion
HM Weeks, AS Therrien, AJ Bastian
Journal of neurophysiology 118 (2), 693-702, 2017
Mechanisms of proprioceptive realignment in human motor learning
C Rossi, AJ Bastian, AS Therrien
Current Opinion in Physiology 20, 186-197, 2021
Continuous theta-burst stimulation to primary motor cortex reduces the overproduction of forces following removal of visual feedback
AS Therrien, BA Richardson, R Balasubramaniam
Neuropsychologia 49 (10), 2941-2946, 2011
Timing and visual feedback constraints on repetitive finger force production
AS Therrien, R Balasubramaniam
Experimental brain research 201, 673-679, 2010
Proprioceptive localization deficits in people with cerebellar damage
HM Weeks, AS Therrien, AJ Bastian
The Cerebellum 16, 427-437, 2017
Mechanisms of human motor learning do not function independently
AS Therrien, AL Wong
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 15, 785992, 2022
Reinforcement signaling can be used to reduce elements of cerebellar reaching ataxia
AS Therrien, MA Statton, AJ Bastian
The Cerebellum 20 (1), 62-73, 2021
Is the dynamic gait index a useful outcome to measure balance and ambulation in patients with cerebellar ataxia?
R Reoli, A Therrien, K Cherry-Allen, J Keller, J Millar, A Bastian
Gait & posture 89, 200-205, 2021
Cerebellar dysfunction in multiple sclerosis: considerations for research and rehabilitation therapy
EM Edwards, NE Fritz, AS Therrien
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 36 (2), 103-106, 2022
Continuous theta-burst stimulation to primary motor cortex reveals asymmetric compensation for sensory attenuation in bimanual repetitive force production
AS Therrien, J Lyons, R Balasubramaniam
Journal of neurophysiology 110 (4), 872-882, 2013
Non-invasive stimulation of the motor cerebellum has potential cognitive confounds
RM Hardwick, AS Therrien, E Lesage
Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in …, 2021
Can the ARAT be used to measure arm function in people with cerebellar ataxia?
R Reoli, K Cherry-Allen, A Therrien, J Keller, K Leech, AL Whitt, A Bastian
Physical therapy 101 (2), pzaa203, 2021
Repetitive finger force production in predictable environments
AS Therrien, J Lyons, R Balasubramaniam
Neuroscience letters 479 (1), 69-73, 2010
Aberrant activity in an intact residual muscle is associated with phantom limb pain in above-knee amputees
AS Therrien, C Howard, LJ Buxbaum
Journal of Neurophysiology 125 (6), 2135-2143, 2021
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