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- Gritsenko V and Kalaska JF. Descending Corticospinal Control of Intersegmental Dynamics. The Journal of Neurosicence 2011.
- Addou T, Krouchev NI and Kalaska JF. Colored context cues can facilitate the ability to learn and to switch between multiple dynamical force fields. Journal of Neurophysiology 2011.
- Cisek P and Kalaska JF. Neural mechanisms for interacting with a world full of action choices. Annual Review of Neuroscience 33: 269-298, 2010.
- Green AM and Kalaska JF. Learning to move machines with the mind. Trends in Neurosciences 2010.
- Gritsenko V and Kalaska JF. Rapid online correction is selectively suppressed during movement with a visuomotor transformation. Journal of Neurophysiology 104: 3084, 2010.
- Rivest F, Kalaska JF and Bengio Y. Alternative time representation in dopamine models. Journal of Computational Neuroscience 28: 107-130, 2010.
- Gosselin-Kessiby N, Kalaska JF and Messier J. Evidence for a proprioception-based rapid on-line error correction mechanism for hand orientation during reaching movements in blind subjects. The Journal of Neuroscience 29: 3485, 2009.
- Gritsenko V, Yakovenko S and Kalaska JF. Integration of predictive feedforward and sensory feedback signals for online control of visually guided movement. Journal of Neurophysiology 102: 914, 2009.
- Kalaska JF. From intention to action: motor cortex and the control of reaching movements. Progress in Motor Control 139-178, 2009.
- Kalaska JF. Neuroscience: Brain control of a helping hand. Nature 453: 994-995, 2008.
- Ajemian R, Green A, Bullock D, Sergio L, Kalaska J and Grossberg S. Assessing the function of motor cortex: single-neuron models of how neural response is modulated by limb biomechanics. Neuron 58: 414-428, 2008.
- Drew T, Kalaska J and Krouchev N. Muscle synergies during locomotion in the cat: a model for motor cortex control. The Journal of Physiology 586: 1239, 2008.
- Gosselin-Kessiby N, Messier J and Kalaska JF. Evidence for automatic on-line adjustments of hand orientation during natural reaching movements to stationary targets. Journal of Neurophysiology 99: 1653, 2008.
- Gritsenko V, Krouchev NI and Kalaska JF. Afferent input, efference copy, signal noise, and biases in perception of joint angle during active versus passive elbow movements. Journal of Neurophysiology 98: 1140, 2007.
- Kalaska JF and Green A. Is the Movement Representation in the Motor Cortex a Moving Target? Neuron 54: 500-502, 2007.
- Hamel-Paquet C, Sergio LE and Kalaska JF. Parietal area 5 activity does not reflect the differential time-course of motor output kinetics during arm-reaching and isometric-force tasks. Journal of Neurophysiology 95: 3353, 2006.
- Krouchev N, Kalaska JF and Drew T. Sequential activation of muscle synergies during locomotion in the intact cat as revealed by cluster analysis and direct decomposition. Journal of Neurophysiology 96: 1991, 2006.
- Cisek P and Kalaska JF. Neural correlates of reaching decisions in dorsal premotor cortex: specification of multiple direction choices and final selection of action. Neuron 45: 801-814, 2005.
- Rivest F, Bengio Y and Kalaska J. Brain inspired reinforcement learning. Advances in neural information processing systems 17: 2005.
- Sergio LE, Hamel-Paquet C and Kalaska JF. Motor cortex neural correlates of output kinematics and kinetics during isometric-force and arm-reaching tasks. Journal of Neurophysiology 94: 2353, 2005.
- Cisek P and Kalaska JF. Neural correlates of mental rehearsal in dorsal premotor cortex. Nature 431: 993-996, 2004.
- Cisek P, Crammond DJ and Kalaska JF. Neural activity in primary motor and dorsal premotor cortex in reaching tasks with the contralateral versus ipsilateral arm. Journal of Neurophysiology 89: 922, 2003.
- Sergio LE and Kalaska JF. Systematic changes in motor cortex cell activity with arm posture during directional isometric force generation. Journal of Neurophysiology 89: 212, 2003.
- Cisek P and Kalaska JF. Simultaneous encoding of multiple potential reach directions in dorsal premotor cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology 87: 1149, 2002.
- Crammond DJ and Kalaska JF. Prior information in motor and premotor cortex: activity during the delay period and effect on pre-movement activity. Journal of Neurophysiology 84: 986, 2000.
- Messier J and Kalaska JF. Covariation of primate dorsal premotor cell activity with direction and amplitude during a memorized-delay reaching task. Journal of Neurophysiology 84: 152, 2000.
- Kalaska JF, Scott SH, Cisek P and Sergio LE. Cortical control of reaching movements. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 7: 849-859, 1997.
- Scott SH and Kalaska JF. Reaching movements with similar hand paths but different arm orientations. I. Activity of individual cells in motor cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology 77: 826, 1997.
- Kalaska JF and Crammond DJ. Deciding not to GO: neuronal correlates of response selection in a GO/NOGO task in primate premotor and parietal cortex. Cerebral Cortex 5: 410, 1995.
- Kalaska JF and Crammond DJ. Cerebral cortical mechanisms of reaching movements. Science 255: 1517, 1992.
- Fortier PA, Kalaska JF and Smith AM. Cerebellar neuronal activity related to whole-arm reaching movements in the monkey. Journal of Neurophysiology 62: 198, 1989.
- Kalaska JF, Cohen DA, Hyde ML and Prud'Homme M. A comparison of movement direction-related versus load direction-related activity in primate motor cortex, using a two-dimensional reaching task. The Journal of Neuroscience 9: 2080, 1989.
- Georgopoulos AP, Caminiti R, Kalaska JF and Massey JT. Spatial coding of movement: a hypothesis concerning the coding of movement direction by motor cortical populations. Exp Brain Res Suppl 7: 336, 1983.
- Georgopoulos AP, Kalaska JF, Caminiti R and Massey JT. On the relations between the direction of two-dimensional arm movements and cell discharge in primate motor cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 2: 1527, 1982.
- Georgopoulos AP, Kalaska JF and Massey JT. Spatial trajectories and reaction times of aimed movements: effects of practice, uncertainty, and change in target location. Journal of Neurophysiology 46: 725, 1981.