Rajiv Ranganathan
Rajiv Ranganathan
Associate Professor, Michigan State University
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Kinetic comparison among the fastball, curveball, change-up, and slider in collegiate baseball pitchers
GS Fleisig, DS Kingsley, JW Loftice, KP Dinnen, R Ranganathan, S Dun, ...
The American journal of sports medicine 34 (3), 423-430, 2006
Perception-action coupling and anticipatory performance in baseball batting
R Ranganathan, LG Carlton
Journal of motor behavior 39 (5), 369-380, 2007
Changing up the routine: intervention-induced variability in motor learning
R Ranganathan, KM Newell
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 41 (1), 64-70, 2013
Active robotic training improves locomotor function in a stroke survivor
C Krishnan, R Ranganathan, SS Kantak, YY Dhaher, WZ Rymer
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 9 (1), 1-13, 2012
The body-machine interface: a new perspective on an old theme
M Casadio, R Ranganathan, FA Mussa-Ivaldi
Journal of Motor behavior 44 (6), 419-433, 2012
Influence of augmented feedback on coordination strategies
R Ranganathan, KM Newell
Journal of motor behavior 41 (4), 317-330, 2009
Instructions as constraints in motor skill acquisition
KM Newell, R Ranganathan
A Constraints-led Approach to Motor Learning: Designing Effective Practice …, 2010
Motor synergies: feedback and error compensation within and between trials
R Ranganathan, KM Newell
Experimental brain research 186 (4), 561-570, 2008
A pilot study on the feasibility of robot-aided leg motor training to facilitate active participation
C Krishnan, R Ranganathan, YY Dhaher, WZ Rymer
PloS one 8 (10), e77370, 2013
Learning redundant motor tasks with and without overlapping dimensions: facilitation and interference effects
R Ranganathan, J Wieser, KM Mosier, FA Mussa-Ivaldi, RA Scheidt
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (24), 8289-8299, 2014
Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation alters elbow flexor muscle recruitment strategies
C Krishnan, R Ranganathan, SS Kantak, YY Dhaher, WZ Rymer
Brain stimulation 7 (3), 443-450, 2014
Learning to be lazy: exploiting redundancy in a novel task to minimize movement-related effort
R Ranganathan, A Adewuyi, FA Mussa-Ivaldi
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (7), 2754-2760, 2013
Individual differences in the exploration of a redundant space-time motor task
AC King, R Ranganathan, KM Newell
Neuroscience letters 529 (2), 144-149, 2012
Influence of motor learning on utilizing path redundancy
R Ranganathan, KM Newell
Neuroscience letters 469 (3), 416-420, 2010
Extracting synergies in gait: using EMG variability to evaluate control strategies
R Ranganathan, C Krishnan
Journal of neurophysiology 108 (5), 1537-1544, 2012
Motor learning through induced variability at the task goal and execution redundancy levels
R Ranganathan, KM Newell
Journal of motor behavior 42 (5), 307-316, 2010
High variability impairs motor learning regardless of whether it affects task performance
M Cardis, M Casadio, R Ranganathan
Journal of neurophysiology 119 (1), 39-48, 2018
Online feedback and the regulation of degrees of freedom in motor control
R Ranganathan, KM Newell
Human movement science 27 (4), 577-589, 2008
Development of an EMG-controlled serious game for rehabilitation
M Ghassemi, K Triandafilou, A Barry, ME Stoykov, E Roth, ...
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 27 (2 …, 2019
Learning new gait patterns: Exploratory muscle activity during motor learning is not predicted by motor modules
R Ranganathan, C Krishnan, YY Dhaher, WZ Rymer
Journal of biomechanics 49 (5), 718-725, 2016
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