Tony Carlsen
Tony Carlsen
Associate Professor, University of Ottawa
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Prepared movements are elicited early by startle
AN Carlsen, R Chua, JT Inglis, DJ Sanderson, IM Franks
Journal of motor behavior 36 (3), 253-264, 2004
Can prepared responses be stored subcortically?
AN Carlsen, R Chua, JT Inglis, DJ Sanderson, IM Franks
Experimental brain research 159 (3), 301-309, 2004
Startle produces early response latencies that are distinct from stimulus intensity effects
AN Carlsen, CJ Dakin, R Chua, IM Franks
Experimental brain research 176 (2), 199-205, 2007
Considerations for the use of a startling acoustic stimulus in studies of motor preparation in humans
AN Carlsen, D Maslovat, MY Lam, R Chua, IM Franks
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 35 (3), 366-376, 2011
Preparation for voluntary movement in healthy and clinical populations: evidence from startle
AN Carlsen, D Maslovat, IM Franks
Clinical Neurophysiology 123 (1), 21-33, 2012
Startle response is dishabituated during a reaction time task
AN Carlsen, R Chua, JT Inglis, DJ Sanderson, IM Franks
Experimental brain research 152 (4), 510-518, 2003
Differential effects of startle on reaction time for finger and arm movements
AN Carlsen, R Chua, JT Inglis, DJ Sanderson, IM Franks
Journal of neurophysiology 101 (1), 306-314, 2009
Self-controlled feedback is effective if it is based on the learner’s performance: A replication and extension of Chiviacowsky and Wulf (2005)
MJ Carter, AN Carlsen, DM Ste-Marie
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1325, 2014
Relative contributions of visual and vestibular information on the trajectory of human gait
PM Kennedy, AN Carlsen, JT Inglis, R Chow, IM Franks, R Chua
Experimental brain research 153 (1), 113-117, 2003
Motor preparation is modulated by the resolution of the response timing information
AN Carlsen, CD MacKinnon
Brain research 1322, 38-49, 2010
Transcranial direct current stimulation over the supplementary motor area modulates the preparatory activation level in the human motor system
AN Carlsen, JS Eagles, CD MacKinnon
Behavioural brain research 279, 68-75, 2015
Startle reveals an absence of advance motor programming in a Go/No-go task
AN Carlsen, R Chua, CJ Dakin, DJ Sanderson, JT Inglis, IM Franks
Neuroscience letters 434 (1), 61-65, 2008
Altered triggering of a prepared movement by a startling stimulus
AN Carlsen, MA Hunt, JT Inglis, DJ Sanderson, R Chua
Journal of neurophysiology 89 (4), 1857-1863, 2003
Assessing vestibular contributions during changes in gait trajectory
PM Kennedy, EK Cressman, AN Carlsen, R Chua
Neuroreport 16 (10), 1097-1100, 2005
The time course of corticospinal excitability during a simple reaction time task
M Kennefick, D Maslovat, AN Carlsen
PLoS One 9 (11), e113563, 2014
Anodal tDCS over SMA decreases the probability of withholding an anticipated action
G Hayduk-Costa, NM Drummond, AN Carlsen
Behavioural brain research 257, 208-214, 2013
Using a startling acoustic stimulus to investigate underlying mechanisms of bradykinesia in Parkinson's disease
AN Carlsen, QJ Almeida, IM Franks
Neuropsychologia 51 (3), 392-399, 2013
Motor preparation in an anticipation-timing task
AN Carlsen, R Chua, J Timothy Inglis, DJ Sanderson, IM Franks
Experimental brain research 190 (4), 453-461, 2008
Evidence for a response preparation bottleneck during dual-task performance: Effect of a startling acoustic stimulus on the psychological refractory period
D Maslovat, R Chua, HC Spencer, CJ Forgaard, AN Carlsen, IM Franks
Acta psychologica 144 (3), 481-487, 2013
Response preparation changes during practice of an asynchronous bimanual movement
D Maslovat, AN Carlsen, R Chua, IM Franks
Experimental brain research 195 (3), 383-392, 2009
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