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Gary Sing
Gary Sing
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Reduction in learning rates associated with anterograde interference results from interactions between different timescales in motor adaptation
GC Sing, MA Smith
PLoS computational biology 6 (8), e1000893, 2010
1362010
Primitives for motor adaptation reflect correlated neural tuning to position and velocity
GC Sing, WM Joiner, T Nanayakkara, JB Brayanov, MA Smith
Neuron 64 (4), 575-589, 2009
1252009
Linear hypergeneralization of learned dynamics across movement speeds reveals anisotropic, gain-encoding primitives for motor adaptation
WM Joiner, O Ajayi, GC Sing, MA Smith
Journal of neurophysiology 105 (1), 45-59, 2011
472011
Limb motion dictates how motor learning arises from arbitrary environmental dynamics
GC Sing, SP Orozco, MA Smith
Journal of neurophysiology 109 (10), 2466-2482, 2013
282013
Temporal specificity of the initial adaptive response in motor adaptation
WM Joiner, GC Sing, MA Smith
PLoS computational biology 13 (7), e1005438, 2017
132017
A novel mechanism for the spacing effect: Competitive inhibition between adaptive processes can explain the increase in motor skill retention associated with prolonged inter …
G Sing, B Najafi, A Adewuyi, MA Smith
Advances in Motor Learning & Motor Control, 0-1, 2009
122009
A mechanism for the spacing effect: Competitive inhibition between adaptive processes explains the increase in motor skill retention associated with prolonged inter-trial spacing
GC Sing, B Najafi, A Adewuyi, MA Smith
Advances in Computational Motor Control. Chicago, IL, 2009
72009
Multiple Timescales and Motion-Dependence in Motor Learning and Memory
GCW Sing
Harvard University, 2011
2011
Articles in PresS. J Neurophysiol (September 29, 2010). doi: 10.1152/jn. 00884.2009
WM Joiner, O Ajayi, GC Sing, MA Smith
2010
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