Recent Journal Articles: 

      AL Wong, M Shelhamer (2011) Exploring the fundamental dynamics of error-based motor learning using a stationary predictive-saccade task. PLoS ONE 6:e25225.

      AL Wong, M Shelhamer (2011) Saccade adaptation improves in response to a gradually introduced stimulus perturbation. Neurosci Lett 500:207-211.

      AL Wong, M Shelhamer (2011) Sensorimotor adaptation error signals are derived from realistic predictions of movement outcomes. J Neurophysiol 105:1130-1140.

      M Shelhamer, K Beaton (2010) Mission to Mars: training and maintenance of sensorimotor responses: considerations based on context-specific adaptation.J Cosmology 12:3817-3824.

      F Karmali, M Shelhamer (2010) Neurovestibular considerations for sub-orbital space flight: a framework for future investigation. J Vestibular Res 20:31-43.

      WM Joiner, M Shelhamer (2009) A model of time estimation and error feedback in predictive timing behavior. J Comp Neurosci 26:119-138.

      F Karmali, M Shelhamer (2008) The dynamics of parabolic flight: flight characteristics and passenger percepts. Acta Astronaut 63:594-602.

      F Karmali, S Ramat, M Shelhamer (2006) Vertical skew due to changes in gravitoinertial force: a possible consequence of otolith asymmetry. J Vestibular Res 16:117-125.

      WM Joiner, M Shelhamer (2006) Responses to noisy periodic stimuli reveal properties of a neural predictor. J Neurophysiol 96:2121-2126.

      WM Joiner, M Shelhamer (2006) An internal clock generates repetitive predictive saccades. Exp Brain Res 175:305-320.

      M Shelhamer (2005) Sequences of predictive eye movements form a fractional Brownian series - implications for self-organized criticality in the oculomotor system. Biol Cybern 93:43-53.

      M Shelhamer (2005) Sequences of predictive saccades are correlated over a span of ~2 s and produce a fractal time series. J Neurophysiol 93:2002-2011.

      A Aboukhalil, M Shelhamer, R Clendaniel (2004) Acquisition of context-specific adaptation is enhanced with rest intervals between changes in context state, suggesting a new form of motor consolidation. Neurosci Lett 369:162-167.

      M Shelhamer, DS Zee (2004) Context-specific adaptation and its significance for neurovestibular problems of space flight. J Vestibular Res 13:345-362.


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