Joseph McIntyre
Joseph McIntyre
IKERBASQUE Research Professor
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Does the brain model Newton's laws?
J McIntyre, M Zago, A Berthoz, F Lacquaniti
Nature neuroscience 4 (7), 693-694, 2001
4222001
Servo hypotheses for the biological control of movement
J McIntyre, E Bizzi
Journal of motor behavior 25 (3), 193-202, 1993
3581993
Viewer-centered frame of reference for pointing to memorized targets in three-dimensional space
J McIntyre, F Stratta, F Lacquaniti
Journal of neurophysiology 78 (3), 1601-1618, 1997
2321997
Kinematic strategies and sensorimotor transformations in the wiping movements of frogs
SF Giszter, J McIntyre, E Bizzi
Journal of Neurophysiology 62 (3), 750-767, 1989
2271989
Short-term memory for reaching to visual targets: psychophysical evidence for body-centered reference frames
J McIntyre, F Stratta, F Lacquaniti
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (20), 8423-8435, 1998
2221998
Robot trajectory learning through practice
C Atkeson, J McIntyre
Proceedings. 1986 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation 3 …, 1986
1991986
Visuo-motor coordination and internal models for object interception
M Zago, J McIntyre, P Senot, F Lacquaniti
Experimental Brain Research 192 (4), 571-604, 2009
1962009
The control of stable postures in the multijoint arm
J McIntyre, FA Mussa-Ivaldi, E Bizzi
Experimental brain research 110 (2), 248-264, 1996
1651996
Viewer-centered and body-centered frames of reference in direct visuomotor transformations
M Carrozzo, J McIntyre, M Zago, F Lacquaniti
Experimental Brain Research 129 (2), 201-210, 1999
1361999
Utilizing elastic system properties for the control of posture and movement
J McIntyre
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1990
1281990
Kinematic and dynamic processes for the control of pointing movements in humans revealed by short-term exposure to microgravity
C Papaxanthis, T Pozzo, J McIntyre
Neuroscience 135 (2), 371-383, 2005
1032005
Anticipating the effects of gravity when intercepting moving objects: differentiating up and down based on nonvisual cues
P Senot, M Zago, F Lacquaniti, J McIntyre
Journal of Neurophysiology 94 (6), 4471-4480, 2005
972005
Hand trajectories of vertical arm movements in one-G and zero-G environments Evidence for a central representation of gravitational force
C Papaxanthis, T Pozzo, KE Popov, J McIntyre
Experimental brain research 120 (4), 496-502, 1998
931998
Cognitive allocentric representations of visual space shape pointing errors
M Carrozzo, F Stratta, J McIntyre, F Lacquaniti
Experimental Brain Research 147 (4), 426-436, 2002
862002
Internal models and prediction of visual gravitational motion
M Zago, J McIntyre, P Senot, F Lacquaniti
Vision research 48 (14), 1532-1538, 2008
792008
Effect of gravity on human spontaneous 10-Hz electroencephalographic oscillations during the arrest reaction
G Chéron, A Leroy, C De Saedeleer, A Bengoetxea, M Lipshits, A Cebolla, ...
Brain research 1121 (1), 104-116, 2006
682006
Reference frames and internal models for visuo-manual coordination: what can we learn from microgravity experiments?
J McIntyre, A Berthoz, F Lacquaniti
Brain Research Reviews 28 (1-2), 143-154, 1998
671998
Internal models for ball catching studied in 0g
J McIntyre, M Zago, A Berthoz, F Lacquaniti
Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 25, 115, 1999
581999
Do novel gravitational environments alter the grip-force/load-force coupling at the fingertips?
O White, J McIntyre, AS Augurelle, JL Thonnard
Experimental brain research 163 (3), 324-334, 2005
552005
Analysis of pointing errors reveals properties of data representations and coordinate transformations within the central nervous system
J McIntyre, F Stratta, J Droulez, F Lacquaniti
Neural Computation 12 (12), 2823-2855, 2000
542000
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