James Cauraugh
James Cauraugh
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Motor coordination in autism spectrum disorders: a synthesis and meta-analysis
KA Fournier, CJ Hass, SK Naik, N Lodha, JH Cauraugh
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 40, 1227-1240, 2010
Maximizing performance feedback effectiveness through videotape replay and a self-controlled learning environment
CM Janelle, DA Barba, SG Frehlich, LK Tennant, JH Cauraugh
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 68 (4), 269-279, 1997
Neural plasticity and bilateral movements: a rehabilitation approach for chronic stroke
JH Cauraugh, JJ Summers
Progress in neurobiology 75 (5), 309-320, 2005
Chronic motor dysfunction after stroke: recovering wrist and finger extension by electromyography-triggered neuromuscular stimulation
J Cauraugh, K Light, S Kim, M Thigpen, A Behrman
Stroke 31 (6), 1360-1364, 2000
Two coupled motor recovery protocols are better than one: electromyogram-triggered neuromuscular stimulation and bilateral movements
JH Cauraugh, S Kim
Stroke 33 (6), 1589-1594, 2002
Bilateral and unilateral movement training on upper limb function in chronic stroke patients: a TMS study
JJ Summers, FA Kagerer, MI Garry, CY Hiraga, A Loftus, JH Cauraugh
Journal of the neurological sciences 252 (1), 76-82, 2007
Visual search, anticipation, and reactive comparisons between highly-skilled and beginning tennis players
RN Singer, JH Cauraugh, D Chen, GM Steinberg, SG Frehlich
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 8 (1), 9-26, 1996
Bilateral movement training and stroke rehabilitation: a systematic review and meta-analysis
KC Stewart, JH Cauraugh, JJ Summers
Journal of the neurological sciences 244 (1-2), 89-95, 2006
Movement-dependent stroke recovery: a systematic review and meta-analysis of TMS and fMRI evidence
LG Richards, KC Stewart, ML Woodbury, C Senesac, JH Cauraugh
Neuropsychologia 46 (1), 3-11, 2008
Transcranial direct current stimulation facilitates motor learning post-stroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis
N Kang, JJ Summers, JH Cauraugh
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 87 (4), 345-355, 2016
To be aware or not aware? What to think about while learning and performing a motor skill
RN Singer, R Lidor, JH Cauraugh
The sport psychologist 7 (1), 19-30, 1993
Bilateral movement training and stroke motor recovery progress: a structured review and meta-analysis
JH Cauraugh, N Lodha, SK Naik, JJ Summers
Human movement science 29 (5), 853-870, 2010
Balance capabilities after lateral ankle trauma and intervention: a meta-analysis
EA Wikstrom, S Naik, N Lodha, JH Cauraugh
Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects (DARE): Quality-assessed Reviews …, 2009
Electromyogram-triggered neuromuscular stimulation and stroke motor recovery of arm/hand functions: a meta-analysis
DAE Bolton, JH Cauraugh, HA Hausenblas
Journal of the neurological sciences 223 (2), 121-127, 2004
Bilateral balance impairments after lateral ankle trauma: a systematic review and meta-analysis
EA Wikstrom, S Naik, N Lodha, JH Cauraugh
Gait & posture 31 (4), 407-414, 2010
The effect of frequency of kinetic feedback on learning an isometric force production task in nondisabled subjects
DW Vander Linden, JH Cauraugh, TA Greene
Physical therapy 73 (2), 79-87, 1993
Dynamic postural stability deficits in subjects with self-reported ankle instability
EA Wikstrom, MD Tillman, TL Chmielewski, JH Cauraugh, PA Borsa
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 39 (3), 397-402, 2007
Does transcranial direct current stimulation enhance cognitive and motor functions in the ageing brain? A systematic review and meta-analysis
JJ Summers, N Kang, JH Cauraugh
Ageing research reviews 25, 42-54, 2016
Verbal instructional sets to normalise the temporal and spatial gait variables in Parkinson’s disease
AL Behrman, P Teitelbaum, JH Cauraugh
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 65 (4), 580-582, 1998
Attentional control theory: Anxiety, emotion, and motor planning
SA Coombes, T Higgins, KM Gamble, JH Cauraugh, CM Janelle
Journal of anxiety disorders 23 (8), 1072-1079, 2009
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