Joshua G. A. Cashaback
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Muscle time under tension during resistance exercise stimulates differential muscle protein sub‐fractional synthetic responses in men
NA Burd, RJ Andrews, DWD West, JP Little, AJR Cochran, AJ Hector, ...
The Journal of physiology 590 (2), 351-362, 2012
Resistance exercise volume affects myofibrillar protein synthesis and anabolic signalling molecule phosphorylation in young men
NA Burd, AM Holwerda, KC Selby, DWD West, AW Staples, NE Cain, ...
The Journal of physiology 588 (16), 3119-3130, 2010
Dissociating error-based and reinforcement-based loss functions during sensorimotor learning
JGA Cashaback, HR McGregor, A Mohatarem, PL Gribble
PLoS computational biology 13 (7), e1005623, 2017
Muscle fatigue and contraction intensity modulates the complexity of surface electromyography
JGA Cashaback, T Cluff, JR Potvin
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 23 (1), 78-83, 2013
Both fast and slow learning processes contribute to savings following sensorimotor adaptation
SK Coltman, JGA Cashaback, PL Gribble
Journal of neurophysiology 121 (4), 1575-1583, 2019
Neural signatures of reward and sensory error feedback processing in motor learning
DJ Palidis, JGA Cashaback, PL Gribble
Journal of neurophysiology 121 (4), 1561-1574, 2019
Functional plasticity in somatosensory cortex supports motor learning by observing
HR McGregor, JGA Cashaback, PL Gribble
Current Biology 26 (7), 921-927, 2016
The gradient of the reinforcement landscape influences sensorimotor learning
JGA Cashaback, CK Lao, DJ Palidis, SK Coltman, HR McGregor, ...
PLOS computational biology 15 (3), e1006839, 2019
Somatosensory perceptual training enhances motor learning by observing
HR McGregor, JGA Cashaback, PL Gribble
Journal of neurophysiology 120 (6), 3017-3025, 2018
Increase in joint stability at the expense of energy efficiency correlates with force variability during a fatiguing task
JGA Cashaback, T Cluff
Journal of biomechanics 48 (4), 621-626, 2015
Knee muscle contributions to joint rotational stiffness
JGA Cashaback, JR Potvin
Human movement science 31 (1), 118-128, 2012
Does the sensorimotor system minimize prediction error or select the most likely prediction during object lifting?
JGA Cashaback, HR McGregor, HCH Pun, G Buckingham, PL Gribble
Journal of neurophysiology 117 (1), 260-274, 2017
The human motor system alters its reaching movement plan for task-irrelevant, positional forces
JGA Cashaback, HR McGregor, PL Gribble
Journal of neurophysiology 113 (7), 2137-2149, 2015
Rapid Feedback Responses Parallel the Urgency of Voluntary Reaching Movements
S Poscente, R Peters, JGA Cashaback, T Cluff
Neuroscience, 2021
An Estimation of Supporting Hand Forces for Common Automotive Assembly Tasks
C Godin, JGA Cashaback, J Cort, JR Potvin
SAE Technical Paper, 2008
On the derivation of a tensor to calculate six degree-of-freedom, musculotendon joint stiffness: Implications for stability and impedance analyses
JGA Cashaback, JR Potvin, MR Pierrynowski
Journal of Biomechanics 46 (15), 2741-2744, 2013
Exercising choice over feedback schedules during practice is not advantageous for motor learning
L St. Germain, B McKay, A Poskus, A Williams, O Leshchyshen, ...
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 30 (2), 621-633, 2023
Humans utilize sensory evidence of others’ intended action to make online decisions
R Lokesh, S Sullivan, JA Calalo, A Roth, B Swanik, MJ Carter, ...
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 8806, 2022
Evaluating the ergonomic benefit of a wrist brace on wrist posture, muscle activity, rotational stiffness, and peak shovel-ground impact force during a simulated tree-planting task
PJ Sheahan, JGA Cashaback, SL Fischer
Human Factors, 0018720817708084, 2017
Musculotendon translational stiffness and muscle activity are modified by shear forces
JGA Cashaback, K Fewster, JR Potvin, M Pierrynowski
Clinical Biomechanics 29 (5), 494-499, 2014
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