Sydney Y. Schaefer
Sydney Y. Schaefer
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Assessment of upper extremity impairment, function, and activity after stroke: foundations for clinical decision making
CE Lang, MD Bland, RR Bailey, SY Schaefer, RL Birkenmeier
Journal of Hand Therapy 26 (2), 104-115, 2013
Ipsilesional motor deficits following stroke reflect hemispheric specializations for movement control
SY Schaefer, KY Haaland, RL Sainburg
Brain 130 (8), 2146-2158, 2007
Hemispheric specialization and functional impact of ipsilesional deficits in movement coordination and accuracy
SY Schaefer, KY Haaland, RL Sainburg
Neuropsychologia 47 (13), 2953-2966, 2009
Interlimb differences in control of movement extent
RL Sainburg, SY Schaefer
Journal of neurophysiology 92 (3), 1374-1383, 2004
Hemispheric specialization for movement control produces dissociable differences in online corrections after stroke
SY Schaefer, PK Mutha, KY Haaland, RL Sainburg
Cerebral cortex 22 (6), 1407-1419, 2012
Dissociation of initial trajectory and final position errors during visuomotor adaptation following unilateral stroke
SY Schaefer, KY Haaland, RL Sainburg
Brain research 1298, 78-91, 2009
Transfer of training between distinct motor tasks after stroke: implications for task-specific approaches to upper-extremity neurorehabilitation
SY Schaefer, CB Patterson, CE Lang
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 27 (7), 602-612, 2013
Ipsilesional trajectory control is related to contralesional arm paralysis after left hemisphere damage
KY Haaland, SY Schaefer, RT Knight, J Adair, A Magalhaes, J Sadek, ...
Experimental brain research 196, 195-204, 2009
Need for speed: better movement quality during faster task performance after stroke
SL DeJong, SY Schaefer, CE Lang
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 26 (4), 362-373, 2012
Post-stroke cognitive impairments and responsiveness to motor rehabilitation: a review
J Lingo VanGilder, A Hooyman, DS Peterson, SY Schaefer
Current physical medicine and rehabilitation reports 8, 461-468, 2020
Sleep quantity and quality during acute concussion: a pilot study
AC Raikes, SY Schaefer
Sleep 39 (12), 2141-2147, 2016
Short-term practice effects in mild cognitive impairment: Evaluating different methods of change
K Duff, TJ Atkinson, KR Suhrie, BCA Dalley, SY Schaefer, DB Hammers
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 39 (4), 396-407, 2017
Beside the point: motor adaptation without feedback-based error correction in task-irrelevant conditions
SY Schaefer, IL Shelly, KA Thoroughman
Journal of Neurophysiology 107 (4), 1247-1256, 2012
Efficacy and feasibility of functional upper extremity task-specific training for older adults with and without cognitive impairment
SY Schaefer, LE Dibble, K Duff
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 29 (7), 636-644, 2015
Effect of water immersion on dual‐task performance: implications for aquatic therapy
SY Schaefer, TJ Louder, S Foster, E Bressel
Physiotherapy Research International 21 (3), 147-154, 2016
Functional connectivity of Heschl’s gyrus associated with age-related hearing loss: a resting-state fMRI study
MC Fitzhugh, A Hemesath, SY Schaefer, LC Baxter, C Rogalsky
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2485, 2019
Using dual tasks to test immediate transfer of training between naturalistic movements: a proof-of-principle study
SY Schaefer, CE Lang
Journal of Motor Behavior 44 (5), 313-327, 2012
Testing the concurrent validity of a naturalistic upper extremity reaching task
SY Schaefer, CR Hengge
Experimental brain research 234 (1), 229-240, 2016
Visuospatial function predicts one-week motor skill retention in cognitively intact older adults
JL VanGilder, CR Hengge, K Duff, SY Schaefer
Neuroscience letters 664, 139-143, 2018
Within-session and one-week practice effects on a motor task in amnestic mild cognitive impairment
SY Schaefer, K Duff
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 39 (5), 473-484, 2017
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