Publications

Yarossi M, Manuweera T, Adamovich SV Tunik E. The Effects of Mirror Feedback during Target Directed Movements on Ipsilateral Corticospinal Excitability. Front. Hum. Neurosci. 2017(11), 1-12. [download pdf]

Furmanek MP, Solnik S, Piscitelli D, Rasouli O, Ali Falaki A, Latash ML. Synergies and Motor Equivalence in Voluntary Sway Tasks: The Effects of Visual and Mechanical Constraints. Journal of Mot Behav. 2017, 1-14. [download pdf]

Bagce HF, Saleh S, Adamovich SV, Krakauer JW, Tunik E. Corticospinal excitability is enhanced after visuomotor adaptation and depends on learning rather than performance or error. J Neurophysiol. 2013 Feb;109(4):1097-106. [download pdf]

Bagce HF, Saleh S, Adamovich SV, Tunik E. Visuomotor gain distortion alters online motor performance and enhances primary motor cortex excitability in patients with stroke. Neuromodulation. 2012 Jul;15(4):361-6. [download pdf]

Tunik E, Saleh S, Adamovich SV. Visuomotor discordance during visually-guided hand movement in virtual reality modulates sensorimotor cortical activity in healthy and hemiparetic subjects. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 2013 Mar;21(2):198-207. [download pdf]

Saleh S, Adamovich S, Tunik E. Resting state functional connectivity and task-related effective connectivity changes after robot-assisted virtual reality rehabilitation, Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, EMBC'12, San Diego, CA, USA, 2012 [download pdf]

Poizner H, Lancaster J, Tunik E, Narayana S, Franklin C, Rogers W, Li X, Fox PT, Robin DA. Towards a healthy human model of neural disorders of movement. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 2012 Nov;20(6):853-7. [download pdf]

Bagce HF, Saleh S, Adamovich SV, Tunik E. (2012) Visuomotor discordance in virtual reality:effects on online motor control. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2011 Aug;2011:7262-5. [download pdf]

Saleh S, Bagce H, Qui Q, Fluet G, Merians A, Adamovich S, Tunik E. (2012) Mechanisms of neural reorganization in chronic stroke subjects after virtual reality training. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2011 Aug;2011:8118-21. [download pdf]

Tunik E and Grafton ST. (2011) Human basal ganglia and the dynamic control of force during on-line corrections. J Neurosci. 31(5):1600-5.[download pdf]

Tunik E and Adamovich SV. (2009) Remapping in the Ipsileasional Motor Cortex after VR-based Training: a Pilot fMRI Study. IEEE Eng Med Biol Mag. [download pdf]

Adamovich SV, Fluet GG, Tunik E, Merians AS. (2009) Sensorimotor training in virtual reality: A review. NeuroRehabilitation, 25(1):29-44. [download pdf]

Merians AS, Tunik E, Adamovich SV. (2009) Virtual reality to maximize function for hand and arm rehabilitation exploration of neural mechanisms. Stud Health Technol Inform. 145:109-25. [download pdf]

Merians AS, Tunik E, Fluet GG, Qiu Q, Adamovich SV. (2009) Innovative Approaches to the Rehabilitation of Upper Extremity Hemiparesis using Virtual Environments. Eur J Phys Rehabil Med 45:123-33. [download pdf]

Adamovich SV, August K, Merians A, Tunik E. (2009) A virtual reality-based system integrated with fMRI to study neural mechanisms of action observation-execution: A proof of concept study. Restor Neurol Neurosci. 27(3):209-23. [download pdf]

Tunik E, Houk JC, Grafton ST (2009) Basal Ganglia Contribution to the Initiation of Corrective Submovements. NeuroImage, 47(4):1757-66 [download pdf]

Moisello C, Crupi D, Tunik E, Quartarone A, Bove M, Tononi G, Ghilardi MF. (2009) The serial reaction time task revisited: a study on motor sequence learning with an arm-reaching task. Exp Brain Res.194(1):143-55. [download pdf]

Cohen NR, Cross ES, Tunik E, Grafton ST, Culham JC. (2009) Ventral and dorsal stream contributions to the online control of immediate and delayed grasping: a TMS approach.Neuropsychologia 47(6):1553-62. [download pdf]

Tunik E, Ortigue S, Adamovich SV, Grafton ST.(2008) Differential recruitment of anterior intraparietal sulcus and superior parietal lobule during visually guided grasping revealed by electrical neuroimaging. J Neurosci. 28(50):13615-20. [download pdf]

Tunik E, Lo OY, Adamovich SV. (2008) Transcranial magnetic stimulation to the frontal operculum and supramarginal gyrus disrupts planning of outcome-based hand-object interactions. J Neurosci. 28(53):14422-7. [download pdf]

Merians AS, Tunik E, Fluet GG, Qiu Q, Adamovich SV.(2008) Innovative approaches to the rehabilitation of upper extremity hemiparesis using virtual environments. Eur J Phys Rehabil Med. [Epub ahead of print] [download pdf]

Farrer C, Frey SH, Van Horn J, Tunik E, Turk D, Inati S, Grafton ST. (2008) The angular gyrus computes action awareness representations. Cerebral Cortex. 18(2):254-61. [download pdf]

Rice NJ, Tunik E, Cross, ES, Grafton ST. (2007) On-line grasp control is mediated by the contralateral hemisphere. Brain Res. 1175C:76-84. [download pdf]

Tunik E, Schmitt PJ, Grafton ST. (2007) BOLD coherence reveals segregated functional circuits subserving adaptation to distinct force perturbations. J. Neurophys. 97(3):2107-2120. [download pdf]

Tunik E, Rice NJ, Hamilton A, Grafton ST. (2007) Beyond grasping: Representation of action in human anterior intraparietal sulcus. NeuroImage. 36(2):77-86. [download pdf]

Tunik E, Poizner H, Feldman AG. (2007) Effect of L-dopa replacement therapy on on-line adaptive motor control in Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders. 13(7):425-33.

Schettino LF, Adamovich SV, Hening W, Tunik E, Sage J, Poizner H. (2006) Hand preshaping in Parkinson's disease: effects of visual feedback and medication state. Exp Brain Res. 168(1-2):186-202. [download pdf]

Rice N, Tunik E, Grafton ST. (2006) The anterior intraparietal sulcus mediates grasp execution, independent of requirement to update: new insights from transcranial magnetic stimulation. J Neurosci. 26(31):8176-8182. [download pdf]

Tunik E, Johnson-Frey SH, Grafton ST. (2005) Virtual lesions of the human anterior intraparietal area disrupt goal-dependent online adjustments of grasp. Nat Neurosci.8(4):505-511. [download pdf]

Tunik E, Adamovich SV, Poizner H, Feldman AG. (2004) Deficits in rapid adjustments of movements according to task constraints in Parkinson`s disease. Mov Disord. 19(8):897-906. [download pdf]

Tunik E, Poizner H, Adamovich SV, Levin MF, Feldman AG. (2004) Deficits in adaptive upper limb control in response to trunk perturbations in Parkinson’s disease. Exp Brain Res. 159(1):23-32. [download pdf]

Messier J, Adamovich S, Berkinblit M, Tunik E, Poizner H. (2003) Influence of movement speed on accuracy and coordination of pointing to memorized targets in 3-D space in a deafferented subject. Exp Brain Res. 150(4):399-416. [download pdf]

Tunik E, Poizner H, Levin MF, Adamovich SV, Messier J, Lamarre Y, Feldman AG. (2003) Arm-trunk coordination in the absence of proprioception. Exp Brain Res. 153(3):343-355. [download pdf]

 

ABSTRACTS

Bagce HF, Saleh SH, Adamovich SV, Tunik E (November 2011) Effects of visuomotor discordance in virtual reality on online performance and motor cortex excitability in patients with stroke. Society for Neuroscience 41st Annual Meeting (Washington, DC).
Tunik E, Saleh S, Bagce H, Merians A, Adamovich SV (June, 2011) Mirror feedback in virtual reality elicits ipsilesional motor cortex activation in chronic stroke patients. International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation (Zurich, Switzerland), ICVR.2011.5971862. [download pdf]
Bagce HF, Saleh SH, Adamovich S, Tunik E (April, 2011) Integrating Virtual Reality with Brain Stimulation: Visual Error During a Motor Task Enhances Primary Motor Cortex Excitability. RBHS 3rd Annual Technology Symposium (Piscataway, NJ), poster number: 29.
Bagce HF, Saleh SH, Adamovich SV, Krakauer JW, Tunik E (November, 2010) Exaggeration of visual errors during goal-directed movements enhances primary motor cortex excitability in healthy subjects and stroke patients. Society for Neuroscience 40th Annual Meeting (San Diego, CA), poster number: 2010-S-15744-SfN.
Saleh SH, Bagce HF, Qui Q, Fluet G, Merians A, Adamovich SV, Tunik E (November, 2010) Strengthened functional connectivity in bilateral sensorimotor cortex of chronic stroke patients after robot-assisted training in virtual reality: A pilot study. Society for Neuroscience 40th Annual Meeting (San Diego, CA), poster number: 2010-S-17048-SfN.
Bagce HF, Adamovich SV, Saleh SH, A, Tunik E (April, 2010) Augmenting Neuroplasticity Through Visual Feedback. Neural Control of Movement’s 22nd Annual Conference (Naples, FL), poster number: I-20.
Tunik E, Ortigue S, Adamovich SV, Grafton ST. Fronto-parietal information processing for online adjustments during visually-guided reach-to-grasp revealed by electrical neuroimaging. Soc. Cog. Neurosci. March 2008; San Francisco, CA
Tunik E, Rice NJ, Hamilton A, Grafton ST. Beyond grasping: Representation of action in human anterior intraparietal sulcus. NeuroImage. 2007;36(2):77-86.
Adamovich S, Merians A.S., Qiu Q, August K, Tunik E. Neural mechanisms underlying interactions in a virtual environment: a pilot fmri study. International Workshop Innovations in Rehabilitation Technology, Dec 2007, Jerusalem, Israel
Tunik E, August K, Merians A, Adamovich SV. Integration of real-time finger measurement, virtual reality, and functional MRI. Virtual Reality Congress. Jerusalem, Israel. December 2006.
Bennett CM, Kraemer DJ, Cross ES, Tunik E, Ortigue S. Prediction of subjective behavior ratings using statistical analysis of BOLD signal covariance in flatmapped brains. Human Brain Mapping. June 2006; Florence, Italy.
Farrer C, Frey SH, Van Horn J, Tunik E, Turk D, Grafton ST. The angular gyrus is equally involved in different aspects of action awareness. Human Brain Mapping. June 2006; Florence, Italy.
Burtet L, Raptis H, Tunik E, Latash ML, Forget R, Feldman AG. Threshold control of wrist movements revealed by transcranial magnetic stimulation of the motor cortex.Soc. Neurosci. November 2006; New Orleans, LA.
Tunik E and Grafton ST. Contribution of the anterior intraparietal area to trial-to-trial adaptation. Neural Control of Movement. May 2006; Key Biscayne, Florida.
Rice N, Tunik E, Grafton ST. Role of the anterior intraparietal area in movement planning versus updating. Neural Control of Movement. May 2006; Key Biscayne, Florida.
Tunik E, Poizner H, Feldman AG. L-dopa improves flexible control of movement in Parkinson’s disease patients when moving in altered contexts. World Parkinson Congress. January 2006; Washington D.C.
Tunik E, Schmitt PJ, Grafton ST. Learning to adapt to two distinct perturbations to the motor system leads to the establishment of distinct, field-specific, representations.Neural Control of Movement. 2005; Key Biscayne, Florida.
Tunik E, Poizner H, Adamovich SV, Levin MF, Feldman AG. Compensatory arm-trunk coordination in Parkinson’s disease. Soc. Neurosci. 2000; San Diego, CA
St-Onge N, Yahia H, Tunik E, Feldman AG. Hip, Knee, and Ankle Coordination during squatting movements. Soc Neurosci. 2000; San Diego, CA.
Tunik E, Poizner H, Levin MF, Adamovich SV, Messier J, Lamarre Y, Feldman AG. Role of proprioception in arm-trunk coordination during reaching with unexpected perturbation of the trunk. Soc Neurosci. 1999. New Orleans, LA.