Matteo Bertucco
Matteo Bertucco
Associate Professor. Department of Neurosciences, Biomedicine and Movement Sciences. University of
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Anthropometry and motor fitness in children aged 6-12 years
C Milanese, O Bortolami, M Bertucco, G Verlato, C Zancanaro
Journal of human sport and exercise, 265-279, 2010
1272010
Coupling between punch efficacy and body stability for elite karate
P Cesari, M Bertucco
Journal of science and medicine in sport 11 (3), 353-356, 2008
772008
Cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation in children with dystonia: a sham-controlled study
SJ Young, M Bertucco, TD Sanger
Journal of child neurology 29 (2), 232-239, 2014
472014
Does movement planning follow Fitts' law? Scaling anticipatory postural adjustments with movement speed and accuracy
M Bertucco, P Cesari
Neuroscience 171 (1), 205-213, 2010
422010
Cathodal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Children With Dystonia A Pilot Open-Label Trial
SJ Young, M Bertucco, R Sheehan-Stross, TD Sanger
Journal of Child Neurology, 2012
382012
Fitts’ Law in early postural adjustments
M Bertucco, P Cesari, ML Latash
Neuroscience 231, 61-69, 2013
302013
Current and emerging strategies for treatment of childhood dystonia
M Bertucco, TD Sanger
Journal of Hand Therapy 28 (2), 185-194, 2015
292015
Speed-Accuracy Testing on the Apple iPad® Provides a Quantitative Test of Upper Extremity Motor Performance in Children with Dystonia
M Bertucco, TD Sanger
Journal of child neurology 29 (11), 1460-1466, 2014
272014
Multiday transcranial direct current stimulation causes clinically insignificant changes in childhood dystonia: a pilot study
NH Bhanpuri, M Bertucco, SJ Young, AA Lee, TD Sanger
Journal of child neurology 30 (12), 1604-1615, 2015
262015
Dimensional analysis and ground reaction forces for stair climbing: effects of age and task difficulty
M Bertucco, P Cesari
Gait & posture 29 (2), 326-331, 2009
252009
Increased task-uncorrelated muscle activity in childhood dystonia
F Lunardini, S Maggioni, C Casellato, M Bertucco, ALG Pedrocchi, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 12 (1), 52, 2015
222015
Speed-accuracy trade-off in a trajectory-constrained self-feeding task: a quantitative index of unsuppressed motor noise in children with dystonia
F Lunardini, M Bertucco, C Casellato, N Bhanpuri, A Pedrocchi, ...
Journal of child neurology 30 (12), 1676-1685, 2015
212015
Deep brain stimulation evoked potentials may relate to clinical benefit in childhood dystonia
NH Bhanpuri, M Bertucco, D Ferman, SJ Young, MA Liker, MD Krieger, ...
Brain stimulation 7 (5), 718-726, 2014
152014
Children with and without dystonia share common muscle synergies while performing writing tasks
F Lunardini, C Casellato, M Bertucco, TD Sanger, A Pedrocchi
Annals of biomedical engineering 45 (8), 1949-1962, 2017
142017
Perceived cost and intrinsic motor variability modulate the speed-accuracy trade-off
M Bertucco, NH Bhanpuri, TD Sanger
PloS one 10 (10), e0139988, 2015
142015
The tuning of human motor response to risk in a dynamic environment task
A Dunning, A Ghoreyshi, M Bertucco, TD Sanger
PloS one 10 (4), e0125461, 2015
142015
Scaled vibratory feedback can bias muscle use in children with dystonia during a redundant, 1-dimensional myocontrol task
SA Liyanagamage, M Bertucco, NH Bhanpuri, TD Sanger
Journal of child neurology 32 (2), 161-169, 2017
112017
Dystonia: altered sensorimotor control and vibro-tactile EMG-based biofeedback effects
C Casellato, S Maggioni, F Lunardini, M Bertucco, A Pedrocchi, ...
XIII Mediterranean Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering and …, 2014
112014
The effects of three different rear knee angles on kinematics in the sprint start
C Milanese, M Bertucco, C Zancanaro
Biology of sport 31 (3), 209, 2014
102014
Muscle synergies in children with dystonia capture “healthy” patterns regardless the altered motor performance
F Lunardini, C Casellato, M Bertucco, TD Sanger, A Pedrocchi
2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2015
82015
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