Breanna E. Studenka
Breanna E. Studenka
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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
Noise and complexity in human postural control: interpreting the different estimations of entropy
CK Rhea, TA Silver, SL Hong, JH Ryu, BE Studenka, CML Hughes, ...
PloS one 6 (3), e17696, 2011
Narrative intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
SL Gillam, D Hartzheim, B Studenka, V Simonsmeier, R Gillam
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 58 (3), 920-933, 2015
Extending end-state comfort effect: Do we consider the beginning state comfort of another?
DA Gonzalez, BE Studenka, CM Glazebrook, JL Lyons
Acta psychologica, 2011
Choosing actions
DA Rosenbaum, KM Chapman, CJ Coelho, L Gong, BE Studenka
Frontiers in psychology 4, 273, 2013
The distinction between tapping and circle drawing with and without tactile feedback: an examination of the sources of timing variance
BE Studenka, HN Zelaznik, R Balasubramaniam
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (6), 1086-1100, 2012
The influence of dominant versus non-dominant hand on event and emergent motor timing
BE Studenka, HN Zelaznik
Human Movement Science 27 (1), 29-52, 2008
End-state comfort trumps handedness in object manipulation.
CJ Coelho, BE Studenka, DA Rosenbaum
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (2), 718, 2014
Motor interactions with another person: do individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder plan ahead?
DA Gonzalez, CM Glazebrook, BE Studenka, J Lyons
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 7, 23, 2013
Synchronization in repetitive smooth movement requires perceptible events
BE Studenka, HN Zelaznik
Acta Psychologica 136 (3), 432-441, 2011
Circle drawing does not exhibit auditory–motor synchronization
BE Studenka, HN Zelaznik
Journal of Motor Behavior 43 (3), 185-191, 2011
Distinct timing mechanisms are implicated in distinct circle drawing tasks
R Huys, BE Studenka, HN Zelaznik, VK Jirsa
Neuroscience letters 472 (1), 24-28, 2010
Human trajectory formation: Taxonomy of movement based on phase flow topology
R Huys, V Jirsa, B Studenka, N Rheaume, H Zelaznik
Coordination: Neural, behavioral and social dynamics, 77-92, 2008
Visual information for prospective control of tracking irregular target paths with isometric force production.
BE Studenka, KM Newell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (6 …, 2013
Differential time scales of change to learning frequency structures of isometric force tracking.
BE Studenka, AC King, KM Newell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (4 …, 2014
Crossing the arms confuses the clocks: sensory feedback and the bimanual advantage
BE Studenka, KL Eliasz, DI Shore, R Balasubramaniam
Psychonomic bulletin & review 21, 390-397, 2014
Posture based motor planning in a sequential grasping task
BE Studenka, C Seegelke, C Schütz, T Schack
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2012
Gender differences in nonlinear motor performance following concussion
BE Studenka, A Raikes
Journal of sport and health science 8 (6), 540-547, 2019
Motor and verbal perspective taking in children with autism spectrum disorder: Changes in social interaction with people and tools
BE Studenka, SL Gillam, D Hartzheim, RB Gillam
Research in Developmental Disabilities 66, 64-79, 2017
Preliminary evidence for inflexibility of motor planning in children with autism spectrum disorder
BE Studenka, DL Cummins
Autism Open Access 7 (208), 10.4172, 2017
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