Wei Kunlin
Wei Kunlin
Professor of Psychology, Peking University
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Relevance of error: what drives motor adaptation?
K Wei, K Kording
Journal of neurophysiology 101 (2), 655-664, 2009
Uncertainty of feedback and state estimation determines the speed of motor adaptation
K Wei, K Körding
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 4, 11, 2010
Adaptive changes of foot pressure in hallux valgus patients
J Wen, Q Ding, Z Yu, W Sun, Q Wang, K Wei
Gait & posture 36 (3), 344-349, 2012
Serotonin affects movement gain control in the spinal cord
K Wei, JI Glaser, L Deng, CK Thompson, IH Stevenson, Q Wang, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (38), 12690-12700, 2014
Locomotion mode classification using a wearable capacitive sensing system
B Chen, E Zheng, X Fan, T Liang, Q Wang, K Wei, L Wang
IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 21 (5 …, 2013
A foot-wearable interface for locomotion mode recognition based on discrete contact force distribution
B Chen, X Wang, Y Huang, K Wei, Q Wang
Mechatronics 32, 12-21, 2015
A noncontact capacitive sensing system for recognizing locomotion modes of transtibial amputees
E Zheng, L Wang, K Wei, Q Wang
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 61 (12), 2911-2920, 2014
The statistical determinants of the speed of motor learning
K He, Y Liang, F Abdollahi, M Fisher Bittmann, K Kording, K Wei
PLoS computational biology 12 (9), e1005023, 2016
Bayesian integration and non-linear feedback control in a full-body motor task
IH Stevenson, HL Fernandes, I Vilares, K Wei, KP Körding
PLoS computational biology 5 (12), e1000629, 2009
Passive stability and active control in a rhythmic task
K Wei, TMH Dijkstra, D Sternad
Journal of Neurophysiology 98 (5), 2633-2646, 2007
Actively tracking ‘passive’stability in a ball bouncing task
A de Rugy, K Wei, H Müller, D Sternad
Brain research 982 (1), 64-78, 2003
Motion games improve balance control in stroke survivors: a preliminary study based on the principle of constraint-induced movement therapy
Q Ding, IH Stevenson, N Wang, W Li, Y Sun, Q Wang, K Kording, K Wei
Displays 34 (2), 125-131, 2013
A proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation integrated robotic ankle–foot system for post stroke rehabilitation
Z Zhou, Y Zhou, N Wang, F Gao, K Wei, Q Wang
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 73, 111-122, 2015
Interactions between rhythmic and discrete components in a bimanual task.
K Wei, G Wertman, D Sternad
Motor Control 7 (2), 2003
A wearable plantar pressure measurement system: Design specifications and first experiments with an amputee
X Wang, Q Wang, E Zheng, K Wei, L Wang
Intelligent Autonomous Systems 12, 273-281, 2013
The uncertainty associated with visual flow fields and their influence on postural sway: Weber's law suffices to explain the nonlinearity of vection
K Wei, IH Stevenson, KP Körding
Journal of vision 10 (14), 4-4, 2010
Causal inference in sensorimotor learning and control
K Wei, KP Körding
Sensory cue integration, 30-45, 2011
Robot-assisted rehabilitation of ankle plantar flexors spasticity: a 3-month study with proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation
Z Zhou, Y Sun, N Wang, F Gao, K Wei, Q Wang
Frontiers in neurorobotics 10, 16, 2016
Stability and variability: indicators for passive stability and active control in a rhythmic task
K Wei, TMH Dijkstra, D Sternad
Journal of neurophysiology 99 (6), 3027-3041, 2008
Optimal control of a hybrid rhythmic-discrete task: the bouncing ball revisited
R Ronsse, K Wei, D Sternad
Journal of Neurophysiology 103 (5), 2482-2493, 2010
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