Amanda S Therrien
Amanda S Therrien
Assistant Professor, Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute, Thomas Jefferson University
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Effective reinforcement learning following cerebellar damage requires a balance between exploration and motor noise
AS Therrien, DM Wolpert, AJ Bastian
Brain 139 (1), 101-114, 2016
Cerebellar damage impairs internal predictions for sensory and motor function
AS Therrien, AJ Bastian
Current opinion in neurobiology 33, 127-133, 2015
The cerebellum as a movement sensor
AS Therrien, AJ Bastian
Neuroscience letters 688, 37-40, 2019
Interactions between motor exploration and reinforcement learning
S Uehara, F Mawase, AS Therrien, KM Cherry-Allen, P Celnik
Journal of neurophysiology 122 (2), 797-808, 2019
Increasing motor noise impairs reinforcement learning in healthy individuals
AS Therrien, DM Wolpert, AJ Bastian
eneuro 5 (3), 2018
Sensory attenuation of self-produced feedback: the Lombard effect revisited
AS Therrien, J Lyons, R Balasubramaniam
PLoS One 7 (11), e49370, 2012
The cerebellum contributes to proprioception during motion
HM Weeks, AS Therrien, AJ Bastian
Journal of neurophysiology 118 (2), 693-702, 2017
Continuous theta-burst stimulation to primary motor cortex reduces the overproduction of forces following removal of visual feedback
AS Therrien, BA Richardson, R Balasubramaniam
Neuropsychologia 49 (10), 2941-2946, 2011
Mechanisms of proprioceptive realignment in human motor learning
C Rossi, AJ Bastian, AS Therrien
Current Opinion in Physiology 20, 186-197, 2021
Timing and visual feedback constraints on repetitive finger force production
AS Therrien, R Balasubramaniam
Experimental brain research 201, 673-679, 2010
Proprioceptive localization deficits in people with cerebellar damage
HM Weeks, AS Therrien, AJ Bastian
The Cerebellum 16, 427-437, 2017
Reinforcement signaling can be used to reduce elements of cerebellar reaching ataxia
AS Therrien, MA Statton, AJ Bastian
The Cerebellum 20, 62-73, 2021
Mechanisms of human motor learning do not function independently
AS Therrien, AL Wong
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 15, 785992, 2022
Is the dynamic gait index a useful outcome to measure balance and ambulation in patients with cerebellar ataxia?
R Reoli, A Therrien, K Cherry-Allen, J Keller, J Millar, A Bastian
Gait & Posture 89, 200-205, 2021
Continuous theta-burst stimulation to primary motor cortex reveals asymmetric compensation for sensory attenuation in bimanual repetitive force production
AS Therrien, J Lyons, R Balasubramaniam
Journal of neurophysiology 110 (4), 872-882, 2013
Cerebellar dysfunction in multiple sclerosis: considerations for research and rehabilitation therapy
EM Edwards, NE Fritz, AS Therrien
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 36 (2), 103-106, 2022
Non-invasive stimulation of the motor cerebellum has potential cognitive confounds
RM Hardwick, AS Therrien, E Lesage
Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in …, 2021
Can the ARAT be used to measure arm function in people with cerebellar ataxia?
R Reoli, K Cherry-Allen, A Therrien, J Keller, K Leech, AL Whitt, A Bastian
Physical therapy 101 (2), pzaa203, 2021
Repetitive finger force production in predictable environments
AS Therrien, J Lyons, R Balasubramaniam
Neuroscience letters 479 (1), 69-73, 2010
Aberrant activity in an intact residual muscle is associated with phantom limb pain in above-knee amputees
AS Therrien, C Howard, LJ Buxbaum
Journal of Neurophysiology 125 (6), 2135-2143, 2021
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