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T Zhou, L Zhang, M L Latash. Neuroscience 2015
Times Cited: 21







List of co-cited articles
226 articles co-cited >1



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Temporal capacity of short-term visuomotor memory in continuous force production.
David E Vaillancourt, Daniel M Russell. Exp Brain Res 2002
126
95

Processes underlying unintentional finger-force changes in the absence of visual feedback.
Satyajit Ambike, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky, Mark L Latash. Exp Brain Res 2015
52
95



Intermittency in the control of continuous force production.
A B Slifkin, D E Vaillancourt, K M Newell. J Neurophysiol 2000
233
80

Redundancy, self-motion, and motor control.
V Martin, J P Scholz, G Schöner. Neural Comput 2009
113
76



Equifinality and its violations in a redundant system: multifinger accurate force production.
Luke Wilhelm, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky, Mark L Latash. J Neurophysiol 2013
40
71

Neural basis for the processes that underlie visually guided and internally guided force control in humans.
David E Vaillancourt, Keith R Thulborn, Daniel M Corcos. J Neurophysiol 2003
153
66

Spatiotemporal dynamics of brain activity during the transition from visually guided to memory-guided force control.
Cynthia Poon, Lisa G Chin-Cottongim, Stephen A Coombes, Daniel M Corcos, David E Vaillancourt. J Neurophysiol 2012
30
66

A central back-coupling hypothesis on the organization of motor synergies: a physical metaphor and a neural model.
Mark L Latash, Jae Kun Shim, Andrei V Smilga, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky. Biol Cybern 2005
113
61

On the problem of adequate language in motor control.
I M Gelfand, M L Latash. Motor Control 1998
173
61

Stability of multifinger action in different state spaces.
Sasha Reschechtko, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky, Mark L Latash. J Neurophysiol 2014
31
61

Synergies in the space of control variables within the equilibrium-point hypothesis.
S Ambike, D Mattos, V M Zatsiorsky, M L Latash. Neuroscience 2016
52
61

Unsteady steady-states: central causes of unintentional force drift.
Satyajit Ambike, Daniela Mattos, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky, Mark L Latash. Exp Brain Res 2016
38
61

Toward a new theory of motor synergies.
Mark L Latash, John P Scholz, Gregor Schöner. Motor Control 2007
436
57



On the nature of unintentional action: a study of force/moment drifts during multifinger tasks.
Behnoosh Parsa, Daniel J O'Shea, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky, Mark L Latash. J Neurophysiol 2016
33
47


Unpredictable elbow joint perturbation during reaching results in multijoint motor equivalence.
D J S Mattos, M L Latash, E Park, J Kuhl, J P Scholz. J Neurophysiol 2011
100
42

Factors affecting grip force: anatomy, mechanics, and referent configurations.
Satyajit Ambike, Florent Paclet, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky, Mark L Latash. Exp Brain Res 2014
33
42

Changes in multifinger interaction and coordination in Parkinson's disease.
Jaebum Park, Yen-Hsun Wu, Mechelle M Lewis, Xuemei Huang, Mark L Latash. J Neurophysiol 2012
99
42

Enslaving effects in multi-finger force production.
V M Zatsiorsky, Z M Li, M L Latash. Exp Brain Res 2000
280
42

Optimality and stability of intentional and unintentional actions: I. Origins of drifts in performance.
Behnoosh Parsa, Alexander Terekhov, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky, Mark L Latash. Exp Brain Res 2017
20
45

Towards physics of neural processes and behavior.
Mark L Latash. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2016
44
42


Threshold position control of arm movement with anticipatory increase in grip force.
Jean-François Pilon, Sophie J De Serres, Anatol G Feldman. Exp Brain Res 2007
79
38

Prehension synergies and control with referent hand configurations.
Mark L Latash, Jason Friedman, Sun Wook Kim, Anatol G Feldman, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky. Exp Brain Res 2010
55
38

Visual control of isometric force in Parkinson's disease.
D E Vaillancourt, A B Slifkin, K M Newell. Neuropsychologia 2001
63
38

Finger force changes in the absence of visual feedback in patients with Parkinson's disease.
Hang Jin Jo, Satyajit Ambike, Mechelle M Lewis, Xuemei Huang, Mark L Latash. Clin Neurophysiol 2016
22
38

Optimization-based models of muscle coordination.
Boris I Prilutsky, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky. Exerc Sport Sci Rev 2002
129
38

Force sharing among fingers as a model of the redundancy problem.
Z M Li, M L Latash, V M Zatsiorsky. Exp Brain Res 1998
236
38


The nature of constant and cyclic force production: unintentional force-drift characteristics.
Satyajit Ambike, Daniela Mattos, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky, Mark L Latash. Exp Brain Res 2016
18
44

Biological Movement and Laws of Physics.
Mark L Latash. Motor Control 2017
32
38

Do synergies decrease force variability? A study of single-finger and multi-finger force production.
Elena Yu Shapkova, Alexandra L Shapkova, Simon R Goodman, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky, Mark L Latash. Exp Brain Res 2008
45
33

Structure of motor variability in marginally redundant multifinger force production tasks.
M L Latash, J F Scholz, F Danion, G Schöner. Exp Brain Res 2001
211
33

Anticipatory covariation of finger forces during self-paced and reaction time force production.
Halla Olafsdottir, Naoki Yoshida, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky, Mark L Latash. Neurosci Lett 2005
107
33


Motor equivalence during multi-finger accurate force production.
Daniela Mattos, Gregor Schöner, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky, Mark L Latash. Exp Brain Res 2015
29
33

Unintentional drifts during quiet stance and voluntary body sway.
Omid Rasouli, Stanisław Solnik, Mariusz P Furmanek, Daniele Piscitelli, Ali Falaki, Mark L Latash. Exp Brain Res 2017
15
46

Perceptual and Motor Effects of Muscle Co-activation in a Force Production Task.
Cristian Cuadra, Wiktoria Wojnicz, Ziga Kozinc, Mark L Latash. Neuroscience 2020
16
43

Force illusions and drifts observed during muscle vibration.
Sasha Reschechtko, Cristian Cuadra, Mark L Latash. J Neurophysiol 2018
19
36


A mode hypothesis for finger interaction during multi-finger force-production tasks.
Frédéric Danion, Gregor Schöner, Mark L Latash, Sheng Li, John P Scholz, Vladimir M Zatsiorsky. Biol Cybern 2003
116
28



The coordination of movement: optimal feedback control and beyond.
Jörn Diedrichsen, Reza Shadmehr, Richard B Ivry. Trends Cogn Sci 2010
273
28


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.