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Aaron L Wong
Aaron L Wong
Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute
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Motor learning
JW Krakauer, AM Hadjiosif, J Xu, AL Wong, AM Haith
Comprehensive Physiology 9 (2), 613-663, 2019
5752019
Motor planning
AL Wong, AM Haith, JW Krakauer
The Neuroscientist 21 (4), 385-398, 2015
2842015
Motor planning flexibly optimizes performance under uncertainty about task goals
AL Wong, AM Haith
Nature communications 8 (1), 14624, 2017
932017
Sensorimotor adaptation error signals are derived from realistic predictions of movement outcomes
AL Wong, M Shelhamer
Journal of neurophysiology 105 (3), 1130-1140, 2011
892011
Reaction times can reflect habits rather than computations
AL Wong, J Goldsmith, AD Forrence, AM Haith, JW Krakauer
eLife 6, e28075, 2017
782017
Early adaptation and compensation of clinical vestibular responses after unilateral vestibular deafferentation surgery
G Mantokoudis, MC Schubert, ASS Tehrani, AL Wong, Y Agrawal
Otology & Neurotology 35 (1), 148-154, 2014
772014
Explicit knowledge enhances motor vigor and performance: motivation versus practice in sequence tasks
AL Wong, MA Lindquist, AM Haith, JW Krakauer
Journal of neurophysiology, 2015
762015
Keeping your head on target
AG Shaikh, AL Wong, DS Zee, HA Jinnah
Journal of neuroscience 33 (27), 11281-11295, 2013
642013
Can patients with cerebellar disease switch learning mechanisms to reduce their adaptation deficits?
AL Wong, CL Marvel, JA Taylor, JW Krakauer
Brain 142 (3), 662-673, 2019
622019
A motor planning stage represents the shape of upcoming movement trajectories
AL Wong, J Goldsmith, JW Krakauer
Journal of Neurophysiology 116 (2), 296-305, 2016
432016
Adaptation and compensation of vestibular responses following superior canal dehiscence surgery
G Mantokoudis, ASS Tehrani, AL Wong, Y Agrawal, A Wenzel, JP Carey
Otology & neurotology 37 (9), 1399-1405, 2016
382016
Saccade adaptation improves in response to a gradually introduced stimulus perturbation
AL Wong, M Shelhamer
Neuroscience letters 500 (3), 207-211, 2011
322011
Why are sequence representations in primary motor cortex so elusive?
AL Wong, JW Krakauer
Neuron 103 (6), 956-958, 2019
282019
Sustained eye closure slows saccades
AG Shaikh, AL Wong, LM Optican, K Miura, D Solomon, DS Zee
Vision research 50 (17), 1665-1675, 2010
282010
Compensatory saccades benefit from prediction during head impulse testing in early recovery from vestibular deafferentation
G Mantokoudis, Y Agrawal, DE Newman-Toker, L Xie, AS Saber Tehrani, ...
European Archives of Oto-rhino-laryngology 273, 1379-1385, 2016
262016
A new" wireless" search-coil system
D Roberts, M Shelhamer, A Wong
Proceedings of the 2008 symposium on Eye tracking research & applications …, 2008
262008
Exploring the fundamental dynamics of error-based motor learning using a stationary predictive-saccade task
AL Wong, M Shelhamer
PLoS One 6 (9), e25225, 2011
242011
Movement imitation via an abstract trajectory representation in dorsal premotor cortex
AL Wong, SA Jax, LL Smith, LJ Buxbaum, JW Krakauer
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (17), 3320-3331, 2019
232019
Why are voluntary head movements in cervical dystonia slow?
AG Shaikh, A Wong, DS Zee, HA Jinnah
Parkinsonism & related disorders 21 (6), 561-566, 2015
232015
Motor learning. Comprehensive Physiology, 9 (2), 613–663
JW Krakauer, AM Hadjiosif, J Xu, AL Wong, AM Haith
Wiley. https://doi. org/10.1002/cphy. c170043, 2019
222019
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