Jennifer Randerath
Jennifer Randerath
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Different left brain regions are essential for grasping a tool compared with its subsequent use
J Randerath, G Goldenberg, W Spijkers, Y Li, J Hermsdörfer
Neuroimage 53 (1), 171-180, 2010
782010
Grasping tools: Effects of task and apraxia
J Randerath, Y Li, G Goldenberg, J Hermsdörfer
Neuropsychologia 47 (2), 497-505, 2009
782009
Shared neural substrates of apraxia and aphasia
G Goldenberg, J Randerath
Neuropsychologia 75, 40-49, 2015
772015
From pantomime to actual use: how affordances can facilitate actual tool-use
J Randerath, G Goldenberg, W Spijkers, Y Li, J Hermsdörfer
Neuropsychologia 49 (9), 2410-2416, 2011
732011
Tool use kinematics across different modes of execution. Implications for action representation and apraxia
J Hermsdörfer, Y Li, J Randerath, A Roby-Brami, G Goldenberg
cortex 49 (1), 184-199, 2013
602013
Tool use without a tool: kinematic characteristics of pantomiming as compared to actual use and the effect of brain damage
J Hermsdörfer, Y Li, J Randerath, G Goldenberg, L Johannsen
Experimental Brain Research 218 (2), 201-214, 2012
592012
Anticipatory scaling of grip forces when lifting objects of everyday life
J Hermsdörfer, Y Li, J Randerath, G Goldenberg, S Eidenmüller
Experimental brain research 212 (1), 19-31, 2011
372011
Limb apraxia and the left parietal lobe
LJ Buxbaum, J Randerath
Handbook of Clinical Neurology 151, 349-363, 2018
362018
Are tool properties always processed automatically? The role of tool use context and task complexity
J Randerath, KR Martin, SH Frey
Cortex 49 (6), 1679-1693, 2013
272013
It takes two to pantomime: Communication meets motor cognition
L Finkel, K Hogrefe, SH Frey, G Goldenberg, J Randerath
NeuroImage: Clinical 19, 1008-1017, 2018
262018
Selection and application of familiar and novel tools in patients with left and right hemispheric stroke: Psychometrics and normative data
I Buchmann, J Randerath
Cortex 94, 49-62, 2017
232017
Grip forces isolated from knowledge about object properties following a left parietal lesion
Y Li, J Randerath, G Goldenberg, J Hermsdörfer
Neuroscience letters 426 (3), 187-191, 2007
222007
Size–weight illusion and anticipatory grip force scaling following unilateral cortical brain lesion
Y Li, J Randerath, G Goldenberg, J Hermsdörfer
Neuropsychologia 49 (5), 914-923, 2011
212011
Object properties and cognitive load in the formation of associative memory during precision lifting
Y Li, J Randerath, H Bauer, C Marquardt, G Goldenberg, J Hermsdörfer
Behavioural brain research 196 (1), 123-130, 2009
182009
The impact of unilateral brain damage on anticipatory grip force scaling when lifting everyday objects
S Eidenmüller, J Randerath, G Goldenberg, Y Li, J Hermsdörfer
Neuropsychologia 61, 222-234, 2014
172014
Assessing Anosognosia in Apraxia of Common Tool-Use with the VATA-NAT
I Buchmann, R Jung, J Liepert, J Randerath
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 12, 119, 2018
112018
Contributions of the parietal cortex to increased efficiency of planning-based action selection
J Randerath, KF Valyear, BA Philip, SH Frey
Neuropsychologia 105, 135-143, 2017
102017
Two routes to the same action: an action repetition priming study
J Randerath, KF Valyear, A Hood, SH Frey
Journal of motor behavior 47 (2), 142-152, 2015
72015
Does it fit?–Impaired affordance perception after stroke
J Randerath, L Finkel, C Shigaki, J Burris, A Nanda, P Hwang, SH Frey
Neuropsychologia 108, 92-102, 2018
62018
Diagnostic Instrument for Limb Apraxia: Short Version (DILA-S)
J Randerath, I Buchmann, J Liepert, I Büsching
Universität Konstanz & Lurija Institut, 2017
62017
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