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Articles from Experimental Brain Research, 235(9)
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1. Mirams L, Poliakoff E, Lloyd DM (2017) Spatial limits of visuotactile interactions in the presence and absence of tactile stimulation. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2591-2600
    [NBArticle #48636] [Cites 4]
2. Neville K, Trempe M (2017) Serial practice impairs motor skill consolidation. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2601-2613
    [NBArticle #49143]
3. Lee PJ, Kukke SN (2017) Neurophysiological features of tactile versus visual guidance of ongoing movement. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2615-2625
    [NBArticle #49144]
4. Van Dokkum LEH, Mottet D, Laffont I, Bonafé A, Menjot de Champfleur N, Froger J, Le Bars E (2017) Kinematics in the brain: unmasking motor control strategies? Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2639-2651
    [NBArticle #49145]
5. Ataoglu EE, Caglayan HB, Cengiz B (2017) Voluntary movement reverses the effect of cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tdcs) on corticomotor excitability. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2653-2659
    [NBArticle #49146]
6. Bangcuyo RG, Simons CT (2017) Lingual tactile sensitivity: effect of age group, sex, and fungiform papillae density. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2679-2688
    [NBArticle #49147]
7. Perich MG, Miller LE (2017) Altered tuning in primary motor cortex does not account for behavioral adaptation during force field learning. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2689-2704
    [NBArticle #49148]
8. Langridge RW, Marotta JJ (2017) Grasping occluded targets: investigating the influence of target visibility, allocentric cue presence, and direction of motion on gaze and grasp accuracy. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2705-2716
    [NBArticle #49149]
9. Park SH, Casamento-Moran A, Yacoubi B, Christou EA (2017) Voluntary reduction of force variability via modulation of low-frequency oscillations. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2717-2727
    [NBArticle #49150]
10. Vagnoni E, Andreanidou V, Lourenco SF, Longo MR (2017) Action ability modulates time-to-collision judgments. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2729-2739
    [NBArticle #48976] [Cites 1]
11. Forbes PAG, Hamilton AF (2017) Moving higher and higher: imitators’ movements are sensitive to observed trajectories regardless of action rationality. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2741-2753
    [NBArticle #49085] [CitedBy 1]
12. Malmström E, Fransson P, Bruinen TJ, Facic S, Tjernström F (2017) Disturbed cervical proprioception affects perception of spatial orientation while in motion. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2755-2766
    [NBArticle #49151]
13. Smith JA, Albishi A, Babikian S, Asavasopon S, Fisher BE, Kutch JJ (2017) The motor cortical representation of a muscle is not homogeneous in brain connectivity. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2767-2776
    [NBArticle #49152]
14. Neromyliotis E, Moschovakis AK (2017) Saccades evoked in response to electrical stimulation of the posterior bank of the arcuate sulcus. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2797-2809
    [NBArticle #49153]
15. Glowania C, van Dam LCJ, Brenner E, Plaisier MA (2017) Smooth at one end and rough at the other: influence of object texture on grasping behaviour. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2821-2827
    [NBArticle #49154]
16. Webster K, Ro T (2017) Retinal and visual cortex distance from transcranial magnetic stimulation of the vertex affects phosphene perception. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2857-2866
    [NBArticle #49155]
17. Gerbella M, Rozzi S, Rizzolatti G (2017) The extended object-grasping network. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9):2903-2916
    [NBArticle #49156]