Eugene Tunik
Eugene Tunik
Professor of Physical Therapy, Movement, and Rehabilitation Science, Northeastern
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Sensorimotor training in virtual reality: a review
SV Adamovich, GG Fluet, E Tunik, AS Merians
NeuroRehabilitation 25 (1), 29-44, 2009
Virtual lesions of the anterior intraparietal area disrupt goal-dependent on-line adjustments of grasp
E Tunik, SH Frey, ST Grafton
Nature neuroscience 8 (4), 505-511, 2005
The angular gyrus computes action awareness representations
C Farrer, SH Frey, JD Van Horn, E Tunik, D Turk, S Inati, ST Grafton
Cerebral cortex 18 (2), 254-261, 2008
Beyond grasping: representation of action in human anterior intraparietal sulcus
E Tunik, NJ Rice, A Hamilton, ST Grafton
Neuroimage 36, T77-T86, 2007
The anterior intraparietal sulcus mediates grasp execution, independent of requirement to update: new insights from transcranial magnetic stimulation
NJ Rice, E Tunik, ST Grafton
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (31), 8176-8182, 2006
Ventral and dorsal stream contributions to the online control of immediate and delayed grasping: a TMS approach
NR Cohen, ES Cross, E Tunik, ST Grafton, JC Culham
Neuropsychologia 47 (6), 1553-1562, 2009
A virtual reality-based system integrated with fmri to study neural mechanisms of action observation-execution: a proof of concept study
SV Adamovich, K August, A Merians, E Tunik
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 27 (3), 209-223, 2009
The serial reaction time task revisited: a study on motor sequence learning with an arm-reaching task
C Moisello, D Crupi, E Tunik, A Quartarone, M Bove, G Tononi, ...
Experimental brain research 194, 143-155, 2009
Influence of movement speed on accuracy and coordination of reaching movements to memorized targets in three-dimensional space in a deafferented subject
J Messier, S Adamovich, M Berkinblit, E Tunik, H Poizner
Experimental Brain Research 150, 399-416, 2003
Hand preshaping in Parkinson’s disease: effects of visual feedback and medication state
LF Schettino, SV Adamovich, W Hening, E Tunik, J Sage, H Poizner
Experimental brain research 168, 186-202, 2006
Virtual reality to maximize function for hand and arm rehabilitation: exploration of neural mechanisms
AS Merians, E Tunik, SV Adamovich
Studies in health technology and informatics 145, 109, 2009
Transcranial magnetic stimulation to the frontal operculum and supramarginal gyrus disrupts planning of outcome-based hand–object interactions
E Tunik, OY Lo, SV Adamovich
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (53), 14422-14427, 2008
Mirrored feedback in chronic stroke: recruitment and effective connectivity of ipsilesional sensorimotor networks
S Saleh, SV Adamovich, E Tunik
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 28 (4), 344-354, 2014
Innovative approaches to the rehabilitation of upper extremity hemiparesis using virtual environments
AS Merians, E Tunik, GG Fluet, Q Qiu, SV Adamovich
European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 45 (1), 123, 2009
Differential recruitment of anterior intraparietal sulcus and superior parietal lobule during visually guided grasping revealed by electrical neuroimaging
E Tunik, S Ortigue, SV Adamovich, ST Grafton
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (50), 13615-13620, 2008
On-line grasp control is mediated by the contralateral hemisphere
NJ Rice, E Tunik, ES Cross, ST Grafton
Brain research 1175, 76-84, 2007
Neural patterns of reorganization after intensive robot-assisted virtual reality therapy and repetitive task practice in patients with chronic stroke
S Saleh, G Fluet, Q Qiu, A Merians, SV Adamovich, E Tunik
Frontiers in Neurology 8, 254385, 2017
Neuroplasticity and virtual reality
KL Cheung, E Tunik, SV Adamovich, LA Boyd
Virtual reality for physical and motor rehabilitation, 5-24, 2014
Arm–trunk coordination in the absence of proprioception
E Tunik, H Poizner, MF Levin, SV Adamovich, J Messier, Y Lamarre, ...
Experimental brain research 153, 343-355, 2003
Basal ganglia contribution to the initiation of corrective submovements
E Tunik, JC Houk, ST Grafton
Neuroimage 47 (4), 1757-1766, 2009
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