Fluet GG, Qiu Q, Kelly D, Parikh HD, Ramirez D, Saleh S, Adamovich SV. Interfacing a haptic robotic system with complex virtual environments to treat impaired upper extremity motor function in children with cerebral palsy. Developmental Neurorehabilitation 2010;13(5):335-45.
Qiu Q, Fluet GG, Saleh S, Lafond I, Merians AS, Adamovich SV. Integrated Versus Isolated. Training of the Hemiparetic Upper Extremity in Haptically Rendered Virtual Environments IEEE 32nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 31 - 2010: 2255-2258.
Tunik E. and Adamovich S. Remapping in the Ipsilesional Motor Cortex after VR-Based Training: A Pilot fMRI Study. Conference Proceedings, IEEE Engineering in Medical and Biology Society. 2009; 1:1139-42.
Qiu Q., Ramirez, D. A., Saleh S., Fluet G. G., Parikh H. D., Kelly D., Adamovich S. The New Jersey Institute of Technology - Robot-Assisted Virtual Rehabilitation (NJIT-RAVR) system for children with cerebral palsy: A feasibility study. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation. 2009; 6:40.
Adamovich S. V., Fluet G. G., Tunik E. and Merians A. S. Sensorimotor Training in Virtual Reality, Journal of Neurorehabilitation, Special Issue "Neurorehabilitation Technologies - Present and Future Possibilities", September 2009, 25(1):29-44.
Adamovich S, Fluet G, Merians AS, Mathai A, Qiu Q. Design of 3 Robotically Facilitated Simulations in Virtual Environments to Train the Hemiplegic Upper Extremity. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 2009 Oct; 17(5):512-20.
Tunik E, Ortigue S, Adamovich S V, Grafton, ST. Fronto-parietal interactions during adaptive control of visually-guided reach-to-grasp revealed by electrical neuroimaging. Journal of Neuroscience 2008, 28:13615-20.
Tunik E., Lo O., and Adamovich S. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation to the frontal Operculum and Supramarginal Gyrus Disrupts Planning of Outcome Based Hand-Object Interactions. Journal of Neuroscience 2008, 28, 14422-14427.
Merians AS, Tunik E, Adamovich SV. Virtual Reality to maximize function for hand and arm rehabilitation: Exploration of Neural Mechanisms .Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 2009; 145:109-25.
Foulds R.A., Saxe D.M., Joyce III A.W. and Adamovich S. Sensory-motor enhancement in a virtual therapeutic environment. Virtual Reality, 2008, 12: 87-97.
Messier J, Adamovich S, Jack D, Hening W, Sage J, Poizner H. Visuomotor learning in immersive 3D virtual reality in Parkinson´s disease and in aging. Experimental Brain Research, 2007, 179, 457-474.
Adamovich S., Qiu Q, Talati B. Fluet G and Merians AS. Design of a Virtual Reality-Based System for Hand and Arm Rehabilitation, Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, June 2007, Netherlands, pp. 958-963.
Merians A.S., Lewis J., Qiu Q., Fluet G., Talati B. and Adamovich S. Strategies for Incorporating Bilateral Training into a Virtual Environment. 2007 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering-CME2007, May 2007, Beijing, China.
Schettino L.F., Adamovich S.V., Hening W., Tunik E., Sage J., and Poizner H. Hand Preshaping in Parkinson´s Disease: Effects of Visual Feedback and Medication State. Experimental Brain Research, 2006, 168, 186-202.
Adamovich S.V., Merians A., Boian R., Tremaine M., Burdea G., Recce M. and Poizner H. Virtual Reality Based System for Hand Rehabilitation Post-Stroke, Presence, 2005, 14, 161-174.
Adamovich S.V., Merians A.S., Boian R, Burdea G.S., Poizner H. An Innovative Approach to the Rehabilitation of Hand Function Post-Stroke. In Proceedings of the 17th Annual International Conference on Technological Innovations in Disability, Garches Institute, B. Bussel, editor, Paris, France, 2004, pp. 252-262.
Deutsch, J., A. Merians, S. Adamovich, H. Poizner, and G. Burdea. Development and Application of Virtual Reality Technology to Improve Hand Use and Gait of Individuals Post-Stroke, Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, Special issue on motor system plasticity, recovery and rehabilitation, 2004, 22, 341-386.
Tunik, E., Adamovich, S., Poizner, H., and Feldman, A. "Deficits in Rapid Adjustments of Movements According to Task Constraints in Parkinson´s Disease," Movement Disorders, 2004, 19: 897-906.
Schettino, L., Rajaraman, V., Jack, D., Adamovich, S., Sage, J. and Poizner, H. "Deficits in the Evolution of Hand Preshaping in Parkinson´s Disease," Neuropsychologia, 2004, 42, 82-94.
Schettino L.F., Adamovich S.V. and Poizner H. Effects of object shape and visual feedback on hand configuration during grasping. Experimental Brain Research, 2003, 151(2):158-66.
Adamovich S.V., Merians A., Boian R., Tremaine M., Burdea G., Recce M. and Poizner H. Virtual Reality Based System for Hand Rehabilitation Post-Stroke. Proc. Second Int. Workshop on Virtual Rehabilitation, 2003 74-81.
Tunik, E., Poizner, H., Levin, M., Adamovich, S., Messier, J., Lamarre, Y., and Feldman, A. Role of Proprioception in Arm-Trunk Coordination during Reaching, Experimental Brain Research, 2003, 153, 343-355.
Messier J., Adamovich S.V., Berkinblit M.B., Tunik E. and Poizner H. Influence of movement speed on accuracy and coordination of reaching movements to memorized targets in 3-D space in a deafferented subject. Experimental Brain Research, 2003, 150, 399-416.
Krebs H.I., Volpe B, Aisen M., Hening W, Adamovich S.V., Poizner H., Subrahmanyan K, Hogan N. Robotic Applications in Neuromotor Rehabilitation, Robotica, 2003,21: 3-11.
Adamovich S.V., Archambault P., Ghafouri M., Levin M.F., Poizner H. and Feldman A.G. Hand trajectory invariance in reaching movements involving the trunk, Experimental Brain Research, 2001, 138: 288-303.
Jack D., Boian R., Merians A., Tremaine M., Burdea G.C., Adamovich S.V., Recce M., and Poizner H. Virtual Reality-Based Stroke Rehabilitation, IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 2001, 9: 308-318.
Adamovich, S.V., Berkinblit, M.B., Hening, W., Sage J. and Poizner, H. The interaction of visual and proprioceptive inputs in pointing to actual and remembered targets in Parkinson´s disease, Neuroscience, 2001, 104: 1027-1041.
Poizner H., Feldman A., Levin M., Berkinblit M., Hening W., Patel A., and Adamovich S.V. Arm-trunk coordination is deficient and vision-dependent in Parkinson´s patients during reaching movements, Experimental Brain Research, 2000, 133: 279-292.
Adamovich S.V., Berkinblit M.B., Fookson O., and Poizner H. Pointing in 3D space to remembered targets: II Effects of movement speed toward kinesthetically defined targets. Experimental Brain Research, 1999, 125: 200-210.
Adamovich S.V., Berkinblit M.B., Fookson O., and Poizner H. Pointing in 3D space to remembered targets: I. Kinesthetic versus visual target presentation. Journal of Neurophysiology, 1998, 79: 2833-2846.
Poizner H., Fookson O., Berkinblit M.B., Hening W., Feldman G. and Adamovich S.V. Pointing to remembered targets in 3D space in Parkinson´s disease. Motor Control, 1998, 2: 251-277.
Adamovich S.V., Levin M.F. and Feldman A.G. Central modifications of reflex parameters may underlie the fastest arm movements. Journal of Neurophysiology, 1997, 77: 1460-1469.
St-Onge N., Adamovich S.V. and Feldman A.G. Control processes underlying elbow flexion movements may be independent of kinematic and electromyographic patterns: experimental study and modeling. Neuroscience, 1997, 79: 295-316.
Feldman A., Adamovich S. and Levin M. A frame of reference hypothesis for movement control: verification for fast single-joint movements in humans. Experimental Brain Research, 1995, 103: 440-450.
Adamovich S., Levin M. and Feldman A. Merging different motor patterns: Coordination between the rhythmical and discrete single-joint movements. Experimental Brain Research, 1994, 99: 325-337.
Adamovich S., Berkinblit M., Smetanin B., Fookson O., Poizner H. Influence of movement speed on accuracy of pointing to memorized targets in 3-D space. Neuroscience Letters, 1994, 172: 171-174.
Jack D., Boian R., Merians A., Adamovich S.V., Tremaine M., Recce M., Burdea G.C., and Poizner H. A virtual reality-based exercise program for stroke rehabilitation. Proceedings of ASSETS 2000: Fourth ACM SIGCAPH Conference on Assistive Technologies, Arlington VA, 2000, pp 56-63.