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Firas Mawase
Firas Mawase
Faculty of Biomedical Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology;
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Motor learning enhances use-dependent plasticity
F Mawase, S Uehara, AJ Bastian, P Celnik
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (10), 2673-2685, 2017
1212017
Kinetic adaptation during locomotion on a split-belt treadmill
F Mawase, T Haizler, S Bar-Haim, A Karniel
Journal of neurophysiology 109 (8), 2216-2227, 2013
862013
Savings in locomotor adaptation explained by changes in learning parameters following initial adaptation
F Mawase, L Shmuelof, S Bar-Haim, A Karniel
Journal of neurophysiology 111 (7), 1444-1454, 2014
652014
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
512019
Movement repetition facilitates response preparation
F Mawase, D Lopez, PA Celnik, AM Haith
Cell reports 24 (4), 801-808, 2018
472018
Pushing the rehabilitation boundaries: hand motor impairment can be reduced in chronic stroke
F Mawase, K Cherry-Allen, J Xu, M Anaya, S Uehara, P Celnik
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 34 (8), 733-745, 2020
442020
Learning similar actions by reinforcement or sensory-prediction errors rely on distinct physiological mechanisms
S Uehara, F Mawase, P Celnik
Cerebral cortex 28 (10), 3478-3490, 2018
442018
Formation of long-term locomotor memories is associated with functional connectivity changes in the cerebellar–thalamic–cortical network
F Mawase, S Bar-Haim, L Shmuelof
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (2), 349-361, 2017
412017
Evidence for predictive control in lifting series of virtual objects
F Mawase, A Karniel
Experimental brain research 203, 447-452, 2010
322010
Increased adaptation rates and reduction in trial-by-trial variability in subjects with cerebral palsy following a multi-session locomotor adaptation training
F Mawase, S Bar-Haim, K Joubran, L Rubin, A Karniel, L Shmuelof
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10, 203, 2016
312016
Stimulation of PPC affects the mapping between motion and force signals for stiffness perception but not motion control
R Leib, F Mawase, A Karniel, O Donchin, J Rothwell, I Nisky, M Davare
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (41), 10545-10559, 2016
212016
Locomotor adaptation is associated with microstructural properties of the inferior cerebellar peduncle
S Jossinger, F Mawase, M Ben-Shachar, L Shmuelof
The Cerebellum 19, 370-382, 2020
182020
Representing delayed force feedback as a combination of current and delayed states
G Avraham, F Mawase, A Karniel, L Shmuelof, O Donchin, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 118 (4), 2110-2131, 2017
112017
Lack of predictive control in lifting series of virtual objects by individuals with diplegic cerebral palsy
F Mawase, S Bar-Haim, A Karniel
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 19 (6 …, 2011
112011
Adaptation to sequence force perturbation during vertical and horizontal reaching movement—averaging the past or predicting the future?
F Mawase, A Karniel
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 6, 60, 2012
92012
Separation of multiple motor memories through implicit and explicit processes
G Dawidowicz, Y Shaine, F Mawase
Journal of Neurophysiology 127 (2), 329-340, 2022
82022
Generalization indicates asymmetric and interactive control networks for multi-finger dexterous movements
G Kamara, O Rajchert, D Solomonow-Avnon, F Mawase
Cell Reports 42 (3), 2023
32023
Reward gain model describes cortical use-dependent plasticity
F Mawase, N Wymbs, S Uehara, P Celnik
2016 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2016
32016
Cortically Evoked Movement in Humans Reflects History of Prior Executions, Not Plan for Upcoming Movement
A Suleiman, D Solomonow-Avnon, F Mawase
Journal of Neuroscience 43 (27), 5030-5044, 2023
22023
The dose and intensity matter for chronic stroke
D Solomonow-Avnon, F Mawase
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 90 (10), 1187-1188, 2019
22019
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