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    1. Kleinow, J; Smith, A; Ramig, LO
      Speech motor stability in IPD: Effects of rate and loudness manipulations

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    2. Ballard, KJ; Robin, DA; Woodworth, G; Zimba, LD
      Age-related changes in motor control during articulator visuomotor tracking

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    3. Fischer, MH
      Probing spatial working memory with the Corsi Blocks task

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    4. Bekkering, H; Neggers, SFW; Walker, R; Gleissner, B; Dittrich, WH; Kennard, C
      The preparation and execution of saccadic eye and goal-directed hand movements in patients with Parkinson's disease

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    5. Weiler, HT; Awiszus, F
      Characterisation of human knee-joint proprioception by means of a signal-detection theory

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. Smith, A; Kleinow, J
      Kinematic correlates of speaking rate changes in stuttering and normally fluent adults

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    7. Kleinow, J; Smith, A
      Influences of length and syntactic complexity on the speech motor stability of the fluent speech of adults who stutter

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    8. Maner, KJ; Smith, A; Grayson, L
      Influences of utterance length and complexity on speech motor performance in children and adults

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    9. Jancke, L; Himmelbach, M; Shah, NJ; Zilles, K
      The effect of switching between sequential and repetitive movements on cortical activation

      NEUROIMAGE
    10. Koch, I; Hoffmann, J
      Patterns, chunks, and hierarchies in serial reaction-time tasks

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG
    11. Santiago, J; MacKay, DG; Palma, A; Rho, C
      Sequential activation processes in producing words and syllables: Evidencefrom picture naming

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    12. Kello, CT; Plaut, DC; MacWhinney, B
      The task dependence of staged versus cascaded processing: An empirical andcomputational study of stroop interference in speech production

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-GENERAL
    13. Gordon, AM; Quinn, L; Reilmann, R; Marder, K
      Coordination of prehensile forces during precision grip in Huntington's disease

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    14. Almeida, GL; Marconi, NF; Tortoza, C; Ferreira, SMS; Gottlieb, GL; Corcos, DM
      Sensorimotor deficits in Down syndrome: Implications for facilitating motor performance

      PERCEPTUAL-MOTOR BEHAVIOR IN DOWN SYNDROME
    15. Piek, JP; Skinner, RA
      Timing and force control during a sequential tapping task in children withand without motor coordination problems

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    16. Goffman, L
      Prosodic influences on speech production in children with specific language impairment and speech deficits: Kinematic, acoustic, and transcription evidence

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    17. Kleinsorge, T; Heuer, H
      Hierarchical switching in a multi-dimensional task space

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG
    18. Fleury, M; Bard, C; Teasdale, N; Michaud, D; Lamarre, Y
      How efficient are central mechanisms for the learning and retention of coincident timing actions?

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    19. ALDRIDGE JW; BERRIDGE KC
      CODING OF SERIAL ORDER BY NEOSTRIATAL NEURONS - A NATURAL ACTION APPROACH TO MOVEMENT SEQUENCE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    20. Weiler, HT; Awiszus, F
      Characterization of human joint proprioception by means of a threshold hunting paradigm

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    21. HO AK; BRADSHAW JL; CUNNINGTON R; PHILLIPS JG; IANSEK R
      SEQUENCE HETEROGENEITY IN PARKINSONIAN SPEECH

      Brain and language (Print)
    22. Stief, V; Leuthold, H; Miller, J; Sommer, W; Ulrich, R
      The effect of response complexity on the lateralized readiness potential

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PSYCHOLOGIE
    23. VERSCHUEREN SMP; CORDO PJ; SWINNEN SP
      REPRESENTATION OF WRIST JOINT KINEMATICS BY THE ENSEMBLE OF MUSCLE-SPINDLES FROM SYNERGISTIC MUSCLES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    24. GORDON AM; LEE JH; FLAMENT D; UGURBIL K; EBNER TJ
      FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING OF MOTOR, SENSORY, AND POSTERIOR PARIETAL CORTICAL AREAS DURING PERFORMANCE OF SEQUENTIAL TYPING MOVEMENTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    25. HOFFMANN J; KOCH I
      STIMULUS-RESPONSE COMPATIBILITY AND SEQUENTIAL LEARNING IN THE SERIALREACTION-TIME-TASK

      Psychological research
    26. LAJOIE JM; FRANKS IM
      RESPONSE PROGRAMMING AS A FUNCTION OF ACCURACY AND COMPLEXITY - EVIDENCE FROM LATENCY AND KINEMATIC MEASURES

      Human movement science
    27. ITO M
      SIMPLE REACTION-TIME AS A FUNCTION OF NUMBER AND SIMILARITY OF SEQUENCED ELEMENTS IN RAPID FORCE PRODUCTION

      Perceptual and motor skills
    28. ITO M
      EFFECTS OF THE SIMILARITY OF REQUIRED RESPONSES ON FRACTIONATED REACTION-TIME

      Perceptual and motor skills
    29. RUSHWORTH MFS; NIXON PD; RENOWDEN S; WADE DT; PASSINGHAM RE
      THE LEFT PARIETAL CORTEX AND MOTOR ATTENTION

      Neuropsychologia
    30. ENGEL KC; FLANDERS M; SOECHTING JF
      ANTICIPATORY AND SEQUENTIAL MOTOR CONTROL IN PIANO PLAYING

      Experimental Brain Research
    31. HOFFMANN J; SEBALD A
      STIMULUS AND REACTION STRUCTURE IN SERIAL CHOICE-REACTION TASKS

      Zeitschrift fur experimentelle Psychologie
    32. PERNAT K; KRITIKOS A; PHILLIPS JG; BRADSHAW JL; IANSEK R; KEMPSTER P; BRADSHAW JA
      THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CLINICAL AND QUANTITATIVE INDEXES OF PARKINSONIAN SYMPTOMATOLOGY

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    33. HEUER H; SCHMIDTKE V
      SECONDARY TASK EFFECTS ON SEQUENCE LEARNING

      Psychological research
    34. WENGER JL; CARLSON RA
      COGNITIVE SEQUENCE KNOWLEDGE - WHAT IS LEARNED

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    35. CROMWELL HC; BERRIDGE KC
      IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTION SEQUENCES BY A NEOSTRIATAL SITE - A LESION MAPPING STUDY OF GROOMING SYNTAX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    36. VERWEY WB
      BUFFER LOADING AND CHUNKING IN SEQUENTIAL KEYPRESSING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    37. VERWEY WB; DRONKERT Y
      PRACTICING A STRUCTURED CONTINUOUS KEY-PRESSING TASK - MOTOR CHUNKINGOR RHYTHM CONSOLIDATION

      Journal of motor behavior
    38. KLAPP ST
      MOTOR RESPONSE PROGRAMMING DURING SIMPLE AND CHOICE-REACTION TIME - THE ROLE OF PRACTICE

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    39. VERWEY WB
      A FORTHCOMING KEY PRESS CAN BE SELECTED WHILE EARLIER ONES ARE EXECUTED

      Journal of motor behavior
    40. GLENCROSS DJ; PIEK JP; BARRETT NC
      THE COORDINATION OF BIMANUAL SYNCHRONOUS AND ALTERNATING TAPPING SEQUENCES

      Journal of motor behavior
    41. GORDON AM; SOECHTING JF
      USE OF TACTILE AFFERENT INFORMATION IN SEQUENTIAL FINGER MOVEMENTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    42. ROSENBAUM DA
      CHOOSING BETWEEN MODELS OF CHOOSING BETWEEN SEQUENCES - COMMENTS ON SHIDOJI (1993)

      Perceptual and motor skills
    43. VERWEY WB
      EVIDENCE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONCURRENT PROCESSING IN A SEQUENTIALKEYPRESSING TASK

      Acta psychologica
    44. SHIDOJI K
      CHOICE-REACTION TIMES FOR STRUCTURAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN POSSIBLE RESPONSE SEQUENCES

      Perceptual and motor skills
    45. COSCIA EM; FENTRESS JC
      NEUROLOGICAL DYSFUNCTION EXPRESSED IN THE GROOMING BEHAVIOR OF DEVELOPING WEAVER MUTANT MICE

      Behavior genetics
    46. VANMIER H; HULSTIJN W
      THE EFFECTS OF MOTOR COMPLEXITY AND PRACTICE ON INITIATION TIME IN WRITING AND DRAWING

      Acta psychologica
    47. VERWEY WB
      EFFECTS OF EXTENDED PRACTICE IN A ONE-FINGER KEYPRESSING TASK

      Acta psychologica


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