John F. Kalaska
John F. Kalaska
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On the relations between the direction of two-dimensional arm movements and cell discharge in primate motor cortex
AP Georgopoulos, JF Kalaska, R Caminiti, JT Massey
Journal of Neuroscience 2 (11), 1527-1537, 1982
21141982
Neural mechanisms for interacting with a world full of action choices
P Cisek, JF Kalaska
Annual review of neuroscience 33, 269-298, 2010
11242010
Neural correlates of reaching decisions in dorsal premotor cortex: specification of multiple direction choices and final selection of action
P Cisek, JF Kalaska
Neuron 45 (5), 801-814, 2005
8972005
Spatial trajectories and reaction times of aimed movements: effects of practice, uncertainty, and change in target location
AP Georgopoulos, JF Kalaska, JT Massey
Journal of neurophysiology 46 (4), 725-743, 1981
6721981
Cerebral cortical mechanisms of reaching movements
JF Kalaska, DJ Crammond
Science 255 (5051), 1517-1523, 1992
6601992
A comparison of movement direction-related versus load direction-related activity in primate motor cortex, using a two-dimensional reaching task
JF Kalaska, DA Cohen, ML Hyde, M Prud'Homme
Journal of Neuroscience 9 (6), 2080-2102, 1989
6601989
Cortical mechanisms related to the direction of two-dimensional arm movements: relations in parietal area 5 and comparison with motor cortex
JF Kalaska, R Caminiti, AP Georgopoulos
Experimental Brain Research 51 (2), 247-260, 1983
6071983
Spatial coding of movement: a hypothesis concerning the coding of movement direction by motor cortical populations
AP Georgopoulos, R Caminiti, JF Kalaska, JT Massey
Experimental Brain Research 49 (Suppl. 7), 327-336, 1983
6001983
Parietal area 5 neuronal activity encodes movement kinematics, not movement dynamics
JF Kalaska, DAD Cohen, M Prud'Homme, ML Hyde
Experimental brain research 80 (2), 351-364, 1990
5101990
Cortical control of reaching movements
JF Kalaska, SH Scott, P Cisek, LE Sergio
Current opinion in neurobiology 7 (6), 849-859, 1997
4851997
Reaching movements with similar hand paths but different arm orientations. I. Activity of individual cells in motor cortex
SH Scott, JF Kalaska
Journal of neurophysiology 77 (2), 826-852, 1997
4531997
Cerebellar neuronal activity related to whole-arm reaching movements in the monkey
PA Fortier, JF Kalaska, AM Smith
Journal of neurophysiology 62 (1), 198-211, 1989
4271989
Dynamic aspects of neocortical function
GM Edelman, WE Gall, WM Cowan
John Wiley & Sons, 1984
3401984
Deciding not to GO: neuronal correlates of response selection in a GO/NOGO task in primate premotor and parietal cortex
JF Kalaska, DJ Crammond
Cerebral Cortex 5 (5), 410-428, 1995
3261995
Prior information in motor and premotor cortex: activity during the delay period and effect on pre-movement activity
DJ Crammond, JF Kalaska
Journal of neurophysiology 84 (2), 986-1005, 2000
3222000
Neural activity in primary motor and dorsal premotor cortex in reaching tasks with the contralateral versus ipsilateral arm
P Cisek, DJ Crammond, JF Kalaska
Journal of neurophysiology 89 (2), 922-942, 2003
2692003
Neural correlates of mental rehearsal in dorsal premotor cortex
P Cisek, JF Kalaska
Nature 431 (7011), 993-996, 2004
2662004
Neuronal activity in primate parietal cortex area 5 varies with intended movement direction during an instructed-delay period
DJ Crammond, JF Kalaska
Experimental Brain Research 76 (2), 458-462, 1989
2511989
Reaching movements with similar hand paths but different arm orientations. II. Activity of individual cells in dorsal premotor cortex and parietal area 5
SH Scott, LE Sergio, JF Kalaska
Journal of neurophysiology 78 (5), 2413-2426, 1997
2491997
Differential relation of discharge in primary motor cortex and premotor cortex to movements versus actively maintained postures during a reaching task
DJ Crammond, JF Kalaska
Experimental brain research 108 (1), 45-61, 1996
2351996
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