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Cognitive Neuroscience and Rehabilitation: Action Workshop
Babson Executive Conference Center, Wellesley, MA
May 11 - 14, 2008

Readings

(posted in order received)

Panel 1

1.1. View File - Reference Frames for Reach Planning in Macaque Dorsal Premotor Cortex. Aaron P. Batista, Gopal Santhanam, Byron M. Yu, Stephen I. Ryu, Afsheen Afshar, and Krishna V. Shenoy.

1.2. View File - Action-Oriented Spatial Review Reference Frames in Cortex. Carol L. Colby.

1.3. View File - The posterior parietal cortex: Sensorimotor interface for the planning and online control of visually guided movements. Christopher A. Buneoa, Richard A. Andersen.

1.4. View File - Motor imagery and stroke rehabilitation: A critical discussion. Sjoerd de Vries and Theo Mulder.

1.5. View File - Control strategies in object manipulation tasks. J Randall Flanagan, Miles C Bowman and Roland S Johansson.

1.6. View File - Direction of action is represented in the ventral premotor cortex. Shinji Kakei, Donna S. Hoffman and Peter L. Strick.

1.7. View File - Internal models for motor control and trajectory planning. Mitsuo Kawato.

1.8. View File - Postinfarct cortical plasticity and behavioral recovery. Randolph J. Nudo.

1.9. View File - Muscle representation in the macaque motor cortex: An anatomical perspective. Jean-Alban Rathelot and Peter L. Strick.

1.10. View File - Vicarious Function of Remote Cortex following Stroke: Recent Evidence from Human and Animal Studies. Numan Dancause.

1.11. View File - Functions of the Mirror Neuron System: Implications for Neurorehabilitation. Giovanni Buccino, Ana Solodkin, and Steven L. Small.

1.12. View File - Functionally Specific Reorganization in Human Premotor Cortex. Jacinta O’Shea, Heidi Johansen-Berg, Danielle Trief, Silke Gobel, and Matthew F.S. Rushworth.

1.13. View File - Complementary roles of basal ganglia and cerebellum in learning and motor control. Kenji Doya.

1.14. View File - Computational principles of movement neuroscience. Daniel M. Wolpert and Zoubin Ghahramani.

1.15. View File - Action observation has a positive impact on rehabilitation of motor deficits after stroke. Denis Ertelt, Steven Small, Ana Solodkin, Christian Dettmers, Adam McNamara, Ferdinand Binkofski, and Giovanni Buccinod.

1.16. View File - The Mirror-Neuron System. Giacomo Rizzolatti and Laila Craighero.

1.17. View File - Parietal Lobe: From Action Organization to Intention Understanding. Leonardo Fogassi, Pier Francesco Ferrari, Benno Gesierich, Stefano Rozzi, Fabian Chersi, Giacomo Rizzolatti.

1.18. View File - (Re-)organization of the developing human brain following periventricular white matter lesions. Martin Staudt.

1.19. View File - A computational neuroanatomy for motor control. Reza Shadmehr & John W. Krakauer.

1.20. View File - Stroke Rehabilitation Reaches a Threshold. Cheol E. Han, Michael A. Arbib, Nicolas Schweighofer.

1.21. View File - Spastic movement disorder: impaired refl ex function and altered muscle mechanics. Volker Dietz and Thomas Sinkjaer.

1.22. View File - Principles of Experience-Dependent Neural Plasticity: Implications for Rehabilitation After Brain Damage. Jeffrey A. Kleim and Theresa A. Jones.


Panel 2

2.1. View File - Arm Function after Stroke: From Physiology to Recovery. John W. Krakauer.

2.2. View File - A computational neuroanatomy for motor control. Reza Shadmehr and John W. Krakauer.

2.3. View File - Limb Apraxia. Laurel J. Buxbaum and H. Branch Coslett.

2.4. View File - Deficits in Movement Planning and Intrinsic Coordinate Control in Ideomotor Apraxia. Steven A. Jax, Laurel J. Buxbaum, and Adrienne D. Moll.

2.5. View File - Motor learning: its relevance to stroke recovery and neurorehabilitation. John W. Krakauer.

2.6. View File - Towards a computational neuropsychology of action. John W. Krakauer and Reza Shadmehr.

2.7. View File - Stroke. Catherine E. Lang and Marc H. Schieber.

2.8. View File - Mechanisms Underlying Recovery of Motor Function After Stroke. Nick S. Ward and Leonardo G. Cohen.

2.9. View File - Think to Move: a Neuromagnetic Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) System for Chronic Stroke. Ethan Buch, Cornelia Weber, Leonardo G. Cohen, Christoph Braun, Michael A. Dimyan, Tyler Ard, Jurgen Mellinger, Andrea Caria, Surjo Soekadar, Alissa Fourkas, Niels Birbaumer.

2.10. View File - Enhancing Encoding of a Motor Memory in the Primary Motor Cortex By
Cortical Stimulation.
Cathrin M. Butefisch, Vikram Khurana, Leonid Kopylev, and Leonardo G. Cohen.

2.11. View File - Reorganization of the human ipsilesional premotor
cortex after stroke.
Esteban A. Fridman, Takashi Hanakawa, Melissa Chung, Friedhelm Hummel, Ramon C. Leiguarda and Leonardo G. Cohen.

2.12. View File - Cortical Connectivity after Subcortical Stroke Assessed with Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Christian Grefkes, Dennis A. Nowak, Simon B. Eickhoff, Manuel Dafotakis, Jutta Ku¨st, Hans Karbe, and Gereon R. Fink.

2.13. View File - Non-invasive brain stimulation: a new strategy to improve neurorehabilitation after stroke? Friedhelm C Hummel, Leonardo G Cohen.

2.14. View File - Effects of non-invasive cortical stimulation on skilled motor function in chronic stroke. Friedhelm Hummel, Pablo Celnik, Pascal Giraux, Agnes Floel, Wan-Hsun Wu, Christian Gerloff and Leonardo G. Cohen.

2.15. View File - The role of ipsilateral premotor cortex in hand
movement after stroke.
Heidi Johansen-Berg, Matthew F. S. Rushworth, Marko D. Bogdanovic, Udo Kischka, Sunil Wimalaratna, and Paul M. Matthews.

2.16. View File - Non-invasive brain stimulation: a new strategy to improve neurorehabilitation after stroke? Friedhelm C Hummel, Leonardo G Cohen.

2.17. View File - Mechanisms Underlying Recovery of Motor Function After Stroke. Nick S. Ward and Leonardo G. Cohen.

2.18. View File - Dopaminergic effects on encoding of a motor memory in chronic stroke. A. Floel, F. Hummel, C. Breitenstein, S. Knecht, and L.G. Cohen.

2.19. View File - Influence of Somatosensory Input on Motor Function in Patients with Chronic Stroke. Agnes Floel, Ulrike Nagorsen, Konrad J. Werhahn, Shashi Ravindran, Niels Birbaumer, Stefan Knecht, and Leonardo G. Cohen.

2.20. View File - Effects of Somatosensory Stimulation on Use-Dependent Plasticity in Chronic Stroke. Lumy Sawaki, Carolyn W.-H. Wu, Alain Kaelin-Lang and Leonardo G. Cohen.

2.21. View File - Effects of non-invasive cortical stimulation on skilled motor function in chronic stroke. Friedhelm Hummel, Pablo Celnik, Pascal Giraux, Agnes Floel, Wan-Hsun Wu, Christian Gerloff and Leonardo G. Cohen.

2.22. View File - Training-dependent plasticity in patients with multiple sclerosis. Katrin Morgen, Nadja Kadom, Lumy Sawaki, Alessandro Tessitore, Joan Ohayon, Henry McFarland, Joseph Frank, Roland Martin and Leonardo G. Cohen.

2.23. View File - Somatosensory Stimulation Enhances the Effects of Training Functional Hand Tasks in Patients With Chronic Stroke. Pablo Celnik, Friedhelm Hummel, Michelle Harris-Love, Rebecca Wolk, and Leonardo G. Cohen.


Panel 3

3.1. View File - Neural Underpinnings of Gesture Discrimination in Patients with Limb Apraxia. Mariella Pazzaglia, Nicola Smania, Elisabetta Corato, and Salvatore Maria Aglioti.

3.2. View File - The Rehabilitation of Limb Apraxia: A Study in Left-Brain–Damaged Patients. Nicola Smania, Flavia Girardi, Chiara Domenicali, Elisa Lora, and Salvatore Aglioti.

3.3. View File - Rehabilitation of limb apraxia improves daily life activities in patients with stroke. N. Smania, S.M. Aglioti, F. Girardi, M. Tinazzi, A. Fiaschi, A. Cosentino, and E. Corato.

3.4. View File - Rehabilitation of Somatic Sensation and Related Deficit of Motor Control in Patients With Pure Sensory Stroke. Nicola Smania, Barbara Montagnana, Silvia Faccioli, Antonio Fiaschi, and Salvatore M. Aglioti.

3.5. View File - Acute Versus Chronic Functional Aspects of Unilateral Spatial Neglect. Victor W. Mark.

3.6. View File - Alien hand syndrome. Victor W. Mark.

3.7. View File - Interventions for motor apraxia following stroke (Review). West C, Bowen A, Hesketh A, Vail A.

3.8. View File - Cognitive rehabilitation for spatial neglect following stroke (Review). Bowen A, Lincoln NB.

3.9. View File - A hand and a field effect in on-line motor control in unilateral optic ataxia. Annabelle Blangero, Vale´rie Gaveau, Jacques Luaute, Gilles Rode, Romeo Salemme, Marine Guinard, Dominique Boisson, Yves Rossetti, and Laure Pisella.

3.10. View File - Anticipatory Biasing of Visuospatial Attention Indexed by Retinotopically Specific a-Band Electroencephalography Increases over Occipital Cortex. Michael S. Worden, John J. Foxe, Norman Wang, and Gregory V. Simpson.

3.11. View File - Brain–computer interface technology as a tool to augment plasticity and outcomes. Bruce H. Dobkin.

 
   
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