Articles

  • [in press,article] bibtex
    M. Jing, T. M. McGinnity, S. Coleman, A. Fuchs, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Temporal changes of diffusion patterns in mild traumatic brain injury via group-based semi-blind source separation," IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, in press.
    @Article{Jing2014Inpress_diffusion, title={Temporal changes of diffusion patterns in mild traumatic brain injury via group-based semi-blind source separation},
      author={Jing, M. and McGinnity, T.M. and Coleman, S. and Fuchs, A. and Kelso, J.A.S},
      journal={IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics},
      year="in press", }
  • [2014,article] bibtex , download
    G. Dumas, J. A. S. Kelso, and J. Nadel, "Tackling the social cognition paradox through multi-scale approaches," Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 5, iss. 882, 2014.
    @ARTICLE{10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00882,
      author={Dumas, Guillaume and Kelso, J.A.S. and Nadel, Jacqueline},
      TITLE={Tackling the social cognition paradox through multi-scale approaches},
      JOURNAL={Frontiers in Psychology},
      VOLUME={5},
      YEAR={2014},
      NUMBER={882},
      URL={http://www.frontiersin.org/cognitive_science/10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00882/full},
      DOI={10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00882},
      ISSN={1664-1078} , ABSTRACT={}
    }
  • [2014,article] bibtex
    E. Tognoli and J. Kelso, "The Metastable Brain," Neuron, vol. 81, iss. 1, pp. 35-48, 2014.
    @Article{tognoli2014metastable, Title = {The Metastable Brain},
      Author = {Tognoli, Emmanuelle and Kelso, JA},
      Journal = {Neuron},
      Year = {2014},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {35--48},
      Volume = {81},
      Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }
  • [2014,article] bibtex , download
    E. Tognoli and J. A. S. Kelso, "Enlarging the scope: grasping brain complexity," Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, vol. 8, iss. 122, 2014.
    @ARTICLE{10.3389/fnsys.2014.00122,
      author={Tognoli, Emmanuelle and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      TITLE={Enlarging the scope: grasping brain complexity},
      JOURNAL={Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience},
      VOLUME={8},
      YEAR={2014},
      NUMBER={122},
      URL={http://www.frontiersin.org/systems_neuroscience/10.3389/fnsys.2014.00122/abstract},
      DOI={10.3389/fnsys.2014.00122},
      ISSN={1662-5137} , ABSTRACT={To further advance our understanding of the brain, new concepts and theories are needed. In particular, the ability of the brain to create information flows must be reconciled with its propensity for synchronization and mass action. The theoretical and empirical framework of Coordination Dynamics, a key aspect of which is metastability, are presented as a starting point to study the interplay of integrative and segregative tendencies that are expressed in space and time during the normal course of brain and behavioral function. Some recent shifts in perspective are emphasized, that may ultimately lead to a better understanding of brain complexity.}
    }
  • [2014,article] bibtex
    V. Kostrubiec and J. A. S. Kelso, "Incorporating Coordination Dynamics into an evolutionarily grounded science of intentional change," Behavioral & Brain Sciences, iss. 37, 2014.
    @article{Kostrubiec2014evo, title={Incorporating Coordination Dynamics into an evolutionarily grounded science of intentional change},
      author={Kostrubiec, V. and Kelso, J.A.S. },
      year={2014},
      journal={Behavioral & Brain Sciences },
      number={37},
      page={395-460}
    }
  • [2014,article] bibtex
    G. Dumas, G. C. de Guzman, E. Tognoli, and J. A. S. Kelso, "The human dynamic clamp as a paradigm for social interaction," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2014.
    @article{dumas2014human, title={The human dynamic clamp as a paradigm for social interaction},
      author={Dumas, Guillaume and de Guzman, Gonzalo C and Tognoli, Emmanuelle and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences},
      year={2014},
      publisher={National Acad Sciences} URL={http://www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1407486111}
    }
  • [2013,article] bibtex
    V. Murzin, A. Fuchs, and J. Scott Kelso, "Detection of correlated sources in EEG using combination of beamforming and surface Laplacian methods," Journal of neuroscience methods, vol. 218, iss. 1, pp. 96-102, 2013.
    @article{murzin2013detection, title={Detection of correlated sources in EEG using combination of beamforming and surface Laplacian methods},
      author={Murzin, Vyacheslav and Fuchs, Armin and Scott Kelso, JA},
      journal={Journal of neuroscience methods},
      volume={218},
      number={1},
      pages={96--102},
      year={2013},
      publisher={Elsevier}
    }
  • [2012,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Scott Kelso, G. Dumas, and E. Tognoli, "Outline of a general theory of behavior and brain coordination," Neural Networks, 2012.
    @Article{ScottKelso2012, Title = {Outline of a general theory of behavior and brain coordination},
      Author = {Scott Kelso, J.A.S. and Dumas, G. and Tognoli, E.},
      Journal = {Neural Networks},
      Year = {2012},
      Publisher = {Elsevier},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/KelsoDumasTognoli_NN_2013.pdf}
    }
  • [2012,article] bibtex
    M. Naeem, G. Prasad, D. R. Watson, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Functional dissociation of brain rhythms in social coordination," Clinical Neurophysiology, 2012.
    @Article{naeem2012functional, Title = {Functional dissociation of brain rhythms in social coordination},
      Author = {Naeem, M. and Prasad, G. and Watson, D.R. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Clinical Neurophysiology},
      Year = {2012},
      Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }
  • [2012,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, "Multistability and metastability: understanding dynamic coordination in the brain," Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, vol. 367, iss. 1591, pp. 906-918, 2012.
    @Article{kelso2012multistability, Title = {Multistability and metastability: understanding dynamic coordination in the brain},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences},
      Year = {2012},
      Number = {1591},
      Pages = {906--918},
      Volume = {367},
      Publisher = {The Royal Society}
    }
  • [2012,article] bibtex
    M. Jing, T. M. McGinnity, S. Coleman, H. Zhang, A. Fuchs, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Enhancement of Fibre Orientation Distribution Reconstruction in Diffusion Weighted Imaging by Single Channel Blind Source Separation," Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on, iss. 99, pp. 1-1, 2012.
    @Article{jing2012enhancement, Title = {Enhancement of Fibre Orientation Distribution Reconstruction in Diffusion Weighted Imaging by Single Channel Blind Source Separation},
      Author = {Jing, M. and McGinnity, T.M. and Coleman, S. and Zhang, H. and Fuchs, A. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on},
      Year = {2012},
      Number = {99},
      Pages = {1--1},
      Publisher = {IEEE}
    }
  • [2012,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Scott Kelso, G. Dumas, and E. Tognoli, "Outline of a general theory of behavior and brain coordination," Neural Networks, 2012.
    @Article{scott2012outline, Title = {Outline of a general theory of behavior and brain coordination},
      Author = {Scott Kelso, J.A.S. and Dumas, G. and Tognoli, E.},
      Journal = {Neural Networks},
      Year = {2012},
      Publisher = {Elsevier},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/KelsoDumasTognoli_NN_2013.pdf}
    }
  • [2012,article] bibtex
    A. Banerjee, E. Tognoli, J. A. S. Kelso, and V. K. Jirsa, "Spatiotemporal re-organization of large-scale neural assemblies underlies bimanual coordination," Neuroimage, 2012.
    @Article{banerjee2012spatiotemporal, Title = {Spatiotemporal re-organization of large-scale neural assemblies underlies bimanual coordination},
      Author = {Banerjee, A. and Tognoli, E. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Jirsa, V.K.},
      Journal = {Neuroimage},
      Year = {2012},
      Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }
  • [2012,article] bibtex
    V. Kostrubiec, P. G. Zanone, A. Fuchs, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Beyond the blank slate: routes to learning new coordination patterns depend on the intrinsic dynamics of the learner—experimental evidence and theoretical model," Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, vol. 6, 2012.
    @Article{kostrubiec2012beyond, Title = {Beyond the blank slate: routes to learning new coordination patterns depend on the intrinsic dynamics of the learner—experimental evidence and theoretical model},
      Author = {Kostrubiec, V. and Zanone, P.G. and Fuchs, A. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Frontiers in Human Neuroscience},
      Year = {2012},
      Volume = {6},
      Publisher = {Frontiers Media SA}
    }
  • [2011,article] bibtex
    E. Tognoli and J. A. S. Kelso, "Enlarging the scope on brain coordination dynamics.," submitted, 2011.
    @Article{tognoli_enlarging_2011, Title = {Enlarging the scope on brain coordination dynamics.},
      Author = {Tognoli, Emmanuelle and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {submitted},
      Year = {2011}
    }
  • [2011,article] bibtex
    M. Naeem, Watson Prasad G, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Electrophysiological signatures of intentional social coordination in the 10-12Hz range.," NeuroImage, vol. 59, p. 1795, 2011.
    @Article{naeem_electrophysiological_2011, Title = {Electrophysiological signatures of intentional social coordination in the {10-12Hz} range.},
      Author = {Naeem, M. and Watson, Prasad G, and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {NeuroImage},
      Year = {2011},
      Pages = {1795–1803},
      Volume = {59},
      Issue = {2}
    }
  • [2011,article] bibtex
    V. L. Murzin, A. Fuchs, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Anatomically constrained minimum variance beamforming applied to EEG.," revision submitted Experimental Brain Research, 2011.
    @Article{murzin_anatomically_2011, Title = {Anatomically constrained minimum variance beamforming applied to {EEG.}},
      Author = {Murzin, Vyacheslav L. and Fuchs, Armin and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {revision submitted Experimental Brain Research},
      Year = {2011}
    }
  • [2011,article] bibtex
    J. J. . Wade, L. J. . McDaid, J. G. . Harkin, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Bidirectional Coupling between Astrocytes and Neurons Mediates Learning and Dynamic Coordination in the Brain: A Multiple Modeling Approach," PLoS Computational Biology, 2011.
    @Article{wade_bidirectional_2011, Title = {Bidirectional Coupling between Astrocytes and Neurons Mediates Learning and Dynamic Coordination in the Brain: A Multiple Modeling Approach},
      Author = {Wade, {J.J.} and {McDaid},
      {L.J.} and Harkin, {J.G.} and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {{PLoS} Computational Biology},
      Year = {2011}
    }
  • [2010,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Kelso, "Instabilities and phase transitions in human brain and behavior," Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, vol. 4, iss. 23, 2010.
    @Article{kelso_instabilities_2010, Title = {Instabilities and phase transitions in human brain and behavior},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Frontiers in Human Neuroscience},
      Year = {2010},
      Number = {23},
      Volume = {4},
      Doi = {10.3389/fnhum.2010.00023},
      ISSN = {16625161},
      Url = {http://www.frontiersin.org/Journal/FullText.aspx?s=537&name=human_neuroscience&ART_DOI=10.3389/fnhum.2010.00023}
    }
  • [2010,article] bibtex , download
    H. L. Chapin, K. J. Jantzen, J. A. S. Kelso, F. L. Steinberg, and E. W. Large, "Dynamic Emotional and Neural Responses to Music Depend on Performance Expression and Listener Experience," PLoS ONE, vol. 5, iss. 12, p. 13812, 2010.
    @Article{chapin_dynamic_2010, Title = {Dynamic Emotional and Neural Responses to Music Depend on Performance Expression and Listener Experience},
      Author = {Chapin, Heather L. and Jantzen, Kelly J. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Steinberg, Fred L. and Large, Edward W.},
      Journal = {{PLoS} {ONE}},
      Year = {2010},
      Month = dec, Number = {12},
      Pages = {e13812},
      Volume = {5},
      Doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0013812},
      Editor = {{Rodriguez-Fornells},
      Antoni},
      ISSN = {1932-6203},
      Url = {http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0013812}
    }
  • [2010,article] bibtex , download
    C. De Luca, K. J. Jantzen, S. Comani, M. Bertollo, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Striatal activity during intentional switching depends on pattern stability," The Journal of Neuroscience: The Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience, vol. 30, iss. 9, pp. 3167-3174, 2010.
    @Article{de_luca_striatal_2010, Title = {Striatal activity during intentional switching depends on pattern stability},
      Author = {De Luca, Cinzia and Jantzen, Kelly J. and Comani, Silvia and Bertollo, Maurizio and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {The Journal of Neuroscience: The Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
      Year = {2010},
      Month = mar, Note = {{PMID:} 20203176},
      Number = {9},
      Pages = {3167--3174},
      Volume = {30},
      Abstract = {The theoretical framework of coordination dynamics posits complementary neural mechanisms to maintain complex behavioral patterns under circumstances that may render them unstable and to voluntarily switch between behaviors if changing internal or external conditions so demand. A candidate neural structure known to play a role in both the selection and maintenance of intentional behavior is the basal ganglia. Here, we use functional magnetic resonance imaging to explore the role of basal ganglia in intentional switching between bimanual coordination patterns that are known to differ in their stability as a function of movement rate. Key measures of pattern dynamics and switching were used to map behavior onto the associated neural circuitry to determine the relation between specific behavioral variables and activated brain areas. Results show that putamen activity is highly sensitive to pattern stability: greater activity was observed in bilateral putamen when subjects were required to switch from a more to a less stable pattern than vice versa. Since putamen activity correlated with pattern stability both before and during the switching process, its role may be to select desired actions and inhibit competing ones through parametric modulation of the intrinsic dynamics. Though compatible with recent computational models of basal ganglia function, our results further suggest that pattern stability determines how the basal ganglia efficiently and successfully select among response alternatives.},
      Doi = {10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2673-09.2010},
      ISSN = {1529-2401},
      Keywords = {Adult, Arm, Brain Mapping, Computer Simulation, Corpus Striatum, Decision Making, Executive Function, Female, Functional Laterality, Humans, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Male, Motor Cortex, Movement, Nerve Net, Neural Pathways, Neuropsychological Tests, Psychomotor Performance, Putamen, Reaction Time, Time Factors, Volition, Young Adult},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20203176}
    }
  • [2010,article] bibtex , download
    H. L. Chapin, T. Zanto, K. J. Jantzen, J. A. S. Kelso, F. L. Steinberg, and E. W. Large, "Neural Responses to Complex Auditory Rhythms: The Role of Attending," Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 1, 2010.
    @Article{chapin_neural_2010, Title = {Neural Responses to Complex Auditory Rhythms: The Role of Attending},
      Author = {Chapin, Heather L. and Zanto, Theodore and Jantzen, Kelly J. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Steinberg, Fred L. and Large, Edward W.},
      Journal = {Frontiers in Psychology},
      Year = {2010},
      Volume = {1},
      Doi = {10.3389/fpsyg.2010.00224},
      ISSN = {1664-1078},
      Url = {http://www.frontiersin.org/Auditory_Cognitive_Neuroscience/10.3389/fpsyg.2010.00224/abstract}
    }
  • [2009,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Kelso, "Synergies: Atoms of Brain and Behavior," Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, vol. 629, iss. Part I, pp. 83-91, 2009.
    @Article{kelso_synergies:_2009, Title = {Synergies: Atoms of Brain and Behavior},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology},
      Year = {2009},
      Note = {{[Also} D. Sternad {(Ed)} A multidisciplinary approach to motor control. Springer, Heidelberg]},
      Number = {Part I},
      Pages = {83--91},
      Volume = {629},
      Url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/r62j31p152371017/}
    }
  • [2009,article] bibtex , download
    E. Tognoli and J. A. S. Kelso, "Brain coordination dynamics: True and false faces of phase synchrony and metastability," Progress in Neurobiology, vol. 87, iss. 1, pp. 31-40, 2009.
    @Article{tognoli_brain_2009, Title = {Brain coordination dynamics: True and false faces of phase synchrony and metastability},
      Author = {Tognoli, Emmanuelle and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Progress in Neurobiology},
      Year = {2009},
      Month = jan, Number = {1},
      Pages = {31--40},
      Volume = {87},
      Doi = {10.1016/j.pneurobio.2008.09.014},
      ISSN = {03010082},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/TognoliKelsoPIN.pdf}
    }
  • [2009,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Kelso, G. C. de Guzman, C. Reveley, and E. Tognoli, "Virtual Partner Interaction (VPI): exploring novel behaviors via coordination dynamics," PloS One, vol. 4, iss. 6, p. 5749, 2009.
    @Article{kelso_virtual_2009, Title = {Virtual Partner Interaction {(VPI):} exploring novel behaviors via coordination dynamics},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and de Guzman, Gonzalo C. and Reveley, Colin and Tognoli, Emmanuelle},
      Journal = {{PloS} One},
      Year = {2009},
      Note = {{PMID:} 19492044},
      Number = {6},
      Pages = {e5749},
      Volume = {4},
      Abstract = {Inspired by the dynamic clamp of cellular neuroscience, this paper introduces {VPI} -- Virtual Partner Interaction -- a coupled dynamical system for studying real time interaction between a human and a machine. In this proof of concept study, human subjects coordinate hand movements with a virtual partner, an avatar of a hand whose movements are driven by a computerized version of the {Haken-Kelso-Bunz} {(HKB)} equations that have been shown to govern basic forms of human coordination. As a surrogate system for human social coordination, {VPI} allows one to examine regions of the parameter space not typically explored during live interactions. A number of novel behaviors never previously observed are uncovered and accounted for. Having its basis in an empirically derived theory of human coordination, {VPI} offers a principled approach to human-machine interaction and opens up new ways to understand how humans interact with human-like machines including identification of underlying neural mechanisms.},
      Doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0005749},
      ISSN = {1932-6203},
      Keywords = {Adolescent, Adult, Behavior, Computer Simulation, Female, Humans, Interpersonal Relations, Male, Models, Neurological, Movement, Neural Networks {(Computer)},
      Neurons, Neurosciences, Software, {User-Computer} Interface},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19492044}
    }
  • [2009,article] bibtex , download
    P. W. Fink, J. A. S. Kelso, and V. K. Jirsa, "Perturbation-induced false starts as a test of the jirsa-kelso excitator model," Journal of Motor Behavior, vol. 41, iss. 2, pp. 147-157, 2009.
    @Article{fink_perturbation-induced_2009, Title = {Perturbation-induced false starts as a test of the jirsa-kelso excitator model},
      Author = {Fink, Philip W. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Jirsa, Viktor K.},
      Journal = {Journal of Motor Behavior},
      Year = {2009},
      Month = mar, Note = {{PMID:} 19201685},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {147--157},
      Volume = {41},
      Abstract = {One difference between the excitator model and other theoretical models of coordination is the mechanism of discrete movement initiation. In addition to an imperative signal common to all discrete movement initiation, the excitator model proposes that movements are initiated when a threshold element in state space, the so-called separatrix, is crossed as a consequence of stimulation or random fluctuations. The existence of a separatrix predicts that false starts will be caused by mechanical perturbations and that they depend on the perturbation's direction. The authors tested this prediction in a reaction-time task to an auditory stimulus. Participants applied perturbations in the direction of motion (i.e., index finger flexion) or opposed to the motion prior to the stimulus on 1/4 of the trials. The authors found false starts in 34\% and 9\% of trials following flexion perturbations and extension perturbations, respectively, as compared with only 2\% of trials without perturbations, confirming a unique prediction of the excitator model.},
      Doi = {10.3200/JMBR.41.2.147-157},
      ISSN = {0022-2895},
      Keywords = {Acoustic Stimulation, Analysis of Variance, Computer Simulation, Female, Fingers, Humans, Male, Models, Biological, Motor Activity, Physical Stimulation, Psychophysics, Reaction Time},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19201685}
    }
  • [2009,article] bibtex , download
    K. J. Jantzen, F. L. Steinberg, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Coordination Dynamics of Large-scale Neural Circuitry Underlying Rhythmic Sensorimotor Behavior," Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, vol. 21, iss. 12, pp. 2420-2433, 2009.
    @Article{jantzen_coordination_2009, Title = {Coordination Dynamics of Large-scale Neural Circuitry Underlying Rhythmic Sensorimotor Behavior},
      Author = {Jantzen, Kelly J. and Steinberg, Fred L. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
      Year = {2009},
      Month = dec, Number = {12},
      Pages = {2420--2433},
      Volume = {21},
      Doi = {10.1162/jocn.2008.21182},
      ISSN = {{0898-929X}},
      Url = {http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1162/jocn.2008.21182}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Kelso and D. A. Engstrøm, "Coordination dynamics of the complementary nature," Gestalt Theory, vol. 30, p. 121, 2008.
    @Article{kelso_coordination_2008, Title = {Coordination dynamics of the complementary nature},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Engstrøm, David A.},
      Journal = {Gestalt Theory},
      Year = {2008},
      Pages = {121–134},
      Volume = {30},
      Abstract = {Niels Bohr’s maxim contraria sunt complementa indicated his strong suspicion that the complementarity interpretation of quantum mechanics might someday be expanded into a generalized principle. It now appears that such a principle has been found in metastability which appears at the scale of living things. Metastability has been proposed as a principle of brain{\textasciitilde}behavior, and is captured in the extended or ‘broken-symmetry’ version of the {HKB} model of coordination dynamics. The metastable regime of coordination dynamics reconciles the tendency of specialized brain regions to express autonomy (segregation) and their simultaneous tendency to work together as a synergetic whole (integration). There is growing evidence from recent studies in the brain and behavioral sciences that the complementary nature of integrating and segregating tendencies is essential to the way human brain{\textasciitilde}minds work.},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2903971/pdf/nihms67694.pdf}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    K. J. Jantzen, O. Oullier, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Neuroimaging Coordination Dynamics in the Sport Sciences," Methods, vol. 45, iss. 4, pp. 325-335, 2008.
    @Article{jantzen_neuroimaging_2008, Title = {Neuroimaging Coordination Dynamics in the Sport Sciences},
      Author = {Jantzen, Kelly J. and Oullier, Olivier and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Methods},
      Year = {2008},
      Month = aug, Number = {4},
      Pages = {325--335},
      Volume = {45},
      Doi = {10.1016/j.ymeth.2008.06.001},
      ISSN = {10462023},
      Url = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1046202308000881}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Kelso, "Synergies," Scholarpedia, vol. 3, iss. 10, p. 1611, 2008.
    @Article{kelso_synergies_2008, Title = {Synergies},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Scholarpedia},
      Year = {2008},
      Number = {10},
      Pages = {1611},
      Volume = {3},
      Url = {http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Synergies}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    G. Deco, V. K. Jirsa, P. A. Robinson, M. Breakspear, and K. J. Friston, "The Dynamic Brain: From Spiking Neurons to Neural Masses and Cortical Fields," PLoS Computational Biology, vol. 4, iss. 8, p. 1000092, 2008.
    @Article{deco_dynamic_2008, Title = {The Dynamic Brain: From Spiking Neurons to Neural Masses and Cortical Fields},
      Author = {Deco, Gustavo and Jirsa, Viktor K. and Robinson, Peter A. and Breakspear, Michael and Friston, Karl J.},
      Journal = {{PLoS} Computational Biology},
      Year = {2008},
      Month = aug, Number = {8},
      Pages = {e1000092},
      Volume = {4},
      Doi = {10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000092},
      Editor = {Sporns, Olaf},
      ISSN = {1553-7358},
      Url = {http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000092}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    S. Charron, A. Fuchs, and O. Oullier, "Exploring brain activity in neuroeconomics," Revue d’économie politique, iss. 1, pp. 97-124, 2008.
    @Article{charron_exploring_2008, Title = {Exploring brain activity in neuroeconomics},
      Author = {Charron, Sylvain and Fuchs, Armin and Oullier, Olivier},
      Journal = {Revue d'économie politique},
      Year = {2008},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {97--124},
      Abstract = {Neuroeconomics uses various methodologies to study the neural underpinning of economic decision-making. The goal of the present article is to briefly introduce the most frequently used methods. The main functioning, properties and features, including advantages and limits, of Positron Emission Tomography {(PET)},
      functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging {(fMRI)},
      Electroencephalography {(EEG)},
      Magnetoencephalography {(MEG)},
      and Transcranial Stimulation {(TMS} and {tDCS)} will be discussed.},
      Url = {http://ideas.repec.org/a/cai/repdal/redp_181_0097.html}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    A. Fuchs and V. K. Jirsa, "J.A.Scott Kelso’s Contributions to Our Understanding of Coordination," Coordination: Neural, Behavioral and Social Dynamics, A. Fuchs, V.K. Jirsa (eds.), Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008.
    @Article{fuchs_j..scott_2008, Title = {{J.A.Scott} Kelso's Contributions to Our Understanding of Coordination},
      Author = {Fuchs, Armin and Jirsa, Viktor K.},
      Journal = {Coordination: Neural, Behavioral and Social Dynamics, A. Fuchs, {V.K.} Jirsa (eds.), Springer Verlag, Heidelberg},
      Year = {2008},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/~fuchs/pub/Fuchs_Coord_Kelso.pdf}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    R. Huys, B. E. Studenka, N. L. Rheaume, H. N. Zelaznik, and V. K. Jirsa, "Distinct Timing Mechanisms Produce Discrete and Continuous Movements," PLoS Computational Biology, vol. 4, iss. 4, p. 1000061, 2008.
    @Article{huys_distinct_2008, Title = {Distinct Timing Mechanisms Produce Discrete and Continuous Movements},
      Author = {Huys, Raoul and Studenka, Breanna E. and Rheaume, Nicole L. and Zelaznik, Howard N. and Jirsa, Viktor K.},
      Journal = {{PLoS} Computational Biology},
      Year = {2008},
      Month = apr, Number = {4},
      Pages = {e1000061},
      Volume = {4},
      Doi = {10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000061},
      Editor = {Friston, Karl J.},
      ISSN = {1553-7358},
      Url = {http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000061}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Kelso, "Haken-Kelso-Bunz model," Scholarpedia, vol. 3, iss. 10, p. 1612, 2008.
    @Article{kelso_haken-kelso-bunz_2008, Title = {{Haken-Kelso-Bunz} model},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Scholarpedia},
      Year = {2008},
      Number = {10},
      Pages = {1612},
      Volume = {3},
      Url = {http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Haken-Kelso-Bunz_model}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Kelso, "An Essay on Understanding the Mind," Ecological Psychology, vol. 20, iss. 2, pp. 180-208, 2008.
    @Article{kelso_essay_2008, Title = {An Essay on Understanding the Mind},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Ecological Psychology},
      Year = {2008},
      Month = apr, Number = {2},
      Pages = {180--208},
      Volume = {20},
      Doi = {10.1080/10407410801949297},
      ISSN = {1040-7413},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/Kelso_UnderstandingMind.pdf}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    A. Banerjee, E. Tognoli, C. G. Assisi, J. A. S. Kelso, and V. K. Jirsa, "Mode level cognitive subtraction (MLCS) quantifies spatiotemporal reorganization in large-scale brain topographies," NeuroImage, vol. 42, iss. 2, pp. 663-674, 2008.
    @Article{banerjee_mode_2008, Title = {Mode level cognitive subtraction {(MLCS)} quantifies spatiotemporal reorganization in large-scale brain topographies},
      Author = {Banerjee, Arpan and Tognoli, Emmanuelle and Assisi, Collins G. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Jirsa, Viktor K.},
      Journal = {{NeuroImage}},
      Year = {2008},
      Month = aug, Number = {2},
      Pages = {663--674},
      Volume = {42},
      Doi = {10.1016/j.neuroimage.2008.04.260},
      ISSN = {10538119},
      Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6WNP-4SGKBB4-4/2/444b940810cb26b0136a57a7b84d1e61}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    O. Oullier and K. J. Jantzen, "Neural Indices of Behavioral Instability in Coordination Dynamics," Coordination: Neural, Behavioral and Social Dynamics, A. Fuchs, V.K. Jirsa (eds.), Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008.
    @Article{oullier_neural_2008, Title = {Neural Indices of Behavioral Instability in Coordination Dynamics},
      Author = {Oullier, Olivier and Jantzen, Kelly J.},
      Journal = {Coordination: Neural, Behavioral and Social Dynamics, A. Fuchs, {V.K.} Jirsa (eds.), Springer Verlag, Heidelberg},
      Year = {2008},
      Abstract = {In studies of coordination dynamics, behavioral coordination has proven a rich entry point for uncovering principles and mechanisms of human action [46, 104]. Within this conceptual and theoretical framework, coordination is defined in terms of collective (or coordination) variables that specify the spatiotemporal ordering between component parts. In the vicinity of critical points, emergent behavior is governed by the low-dimensional dynamics of these collective variables [33]. Seminal studies of motor coordination conducted in the late 1970s used nonlinear dynamics as a framework to underst and bimanual coordination [44, 45, 52, 56]. The influential results of this work demonstrated the self-organized nature of coordinated rhythmic behavior by showing that the global pattern generated by the combined movement of individual fingers is captured at the collective level by the value of an order parameter that, in this and many cases, turns out to be the relative phase between the coordinated elements. The low-dimensional dynamics of this self-organized system is revealed via manipulating a nonspecific parameter referred to as control parameter that guides the system through its various states without directly specifying those states. A quantitative change of the control parameter gives rise to a qualitative change of the order parameter via a nonequilibrium phase transition [55]. Such transitions, together with other key features, including critical slowing down and multi-stability, are classic hallmarks of self-organizing systems [46].},
      Url = {http://myweb.facstaff.wwu.edu/~jantzek/PDF/OullierJantzen_FINAL.pdf}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    O. Oullier, J. A. S. Kelso, and A. P. Kirman, "Social Neuroeconomics : A dynamical systems perspective," Revue d’économie politique, vol. 118, iss. 1, pp. 51-62, 2008.
    @Article{oullier_social_2008, Title = {Social Neuroeconomics : A dynamical systems perspective},
      Author = {Oullier, Olivier and Kelso, J.A.S. and Kirman, Alan P.},
      Journal = {Revue d'économie politique},
      Year = {2008},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {51--62},
      Volume = {118},
      Abstract = {In this article we examine social neuroeconomics from a complex systems point of view, that is rooted in the theory and methods of informationally coupled self-organizing dynamical systems. Our contribution focuses on establishinng a theoretical perspective within which one can interpret experiments recently published in the field of neuroeconomics. We explain how the concepts and methods of coordination dynamics may impact future neuroeconomics research. We address the non-equivalence problem between different levels of analysis that has received little if no attention in neuroeconomics. We also discuss how coordination dynamics might provide novel routes to studying the relation between brain activity and decision-making. One should not reduce economics to physics, nor should one aim at providing a single framework for economics and neuroscience. Rather one should seek, in these fields, to define more clearly the various levels of description and their shared dynamics. This should help us to understand interactions between various levels of analysis in neuroeconomics. metastability, emergence, self, organization, phase transitions, cognition, emotions},
      Url = {http://www.cairn.info/revue-d-economie-politique-2008-1-p-51.htm#}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    O. Oullier, A. P. Kirman, and J. A. S. Kelso, "The Coordination Dynamics of Economic Decision Making: A Multilevel Approach to Social Neuroeconomics," IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, vol. 16, iss. 6, pp. 557-571, 2008.
    @Article{oullier_coordination_2008, Title = {The Coordination Dynamics of Economic Decision Making: A Multilevel Approach to Social Neuroeconomics},
      Author = {Oullier, Olivier and Kirman, Alan P. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {{IEEE} Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering},
      Year = {2008},
      Month = dec, Number = {6},
      Pages = {557--571},
      Volume = {16},
      Doi = {10.1109/TNSRE.2008.2009960},
      ISSN = {1534-4320},
      Url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=4731274}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    J. Raczaszek-Leonardi and J. A. S. Kelso, "Reconciling symbolic and dynamic aspects of language: Toward a dynamic psycholinguistics," New Ideas in Psychology, vol. 26, iss. 2, pp. 193-207, 2008.
    @Article{raczaszek-leonardi_reconciling_2008, Title = {Reconciling symbolic and dynamic aspects of language: Toward a dynamic psycholinguistics},
      Author = {{Raczaszek-Leonardi},
      Joanna and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {New Ideas in Psychology},
      Year = {2008},
      Month = aug, Number = {2},
      Pages = {193--207},
      Volume = {26},
      Doi = {10.1016/j.newideapsych.2007.07.003},
      ISSN = {{0732118X}},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/Raczaszek-LeonardiKelso_2008.pdf}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    E. Tognoli, "EEG Coordination Dynamics: Neuromarkers of Social Coordination," Coordination: Neural, Behavioral and Social Dynamics, A. Fuchs, V.K. Jirsa (eds.), Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 309-323, 2008.
    @Article{tognoli_eeg_2008, Title = {{EEG} Coordination Dynamics: Neuromarkers of Social Coordination},
      Author = {Tognoli, Emmanuelle},
      Journal = {Coordination: Neural, Behavioral and Social Dynamics, A. Fuchs, {V.K.} Jirsa (eds.), Springer Verlag, Heidelberg},
      Year = {2008},
      Pages = {309--323},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/~tognoli/SocCoord/tognoliEEGCoordinationDynamics.pdf}
    }
  • [2008,article] bibtex , download
    J. Raczaszek-Leonardi, L. P. Shapiro, B. Tuller, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Activating basic category exemplars in sentence contexts: a dynamical account," Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, vol. 37, iss. 2, pp. 87-113, 2008.
    @Article{raczaszek-leonardi_activating_2008, Title = {Activating basic category exemplars in sentence contexts: a dynamical account},
      Author = {{Raczaszek-Leonardi},
      Joanna and Shapiro, Lewis P. and Tuller, Betty and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Psycholinguistic Research},
      Year = {2008},
      Month = mar, Note = {{PMID:} 18046650},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {87--113},
      Volume = {37},
      Abstract = {This paper examines the influence of context on the processing of category names embedded in sentences. The investigation focuses on the nature of information available immediately after such a word is heard as well as on the dynamics of adaptation to context. An on-line method {(Cross} Modal Lexical Priming) was used to trace how this process unfolds in time. We found that the information available immediately after a category word is presented is not altered by the sentence context in which the word is immersed. Rather, the structure of availability of particular exemplars of the category resembles the typicality structure of a conceptual representation. The adaptation to context occurs later (between 300 and 450 ms after the category word) and takes the form of a rapid reorganization of the structure rather than a gradual activation of a contextually relevant exemplar. We claim that such data is best accounted for in a dynamical framework, where a coherent global structure emerges through locally guided self-organization.},
      Doi = {10.1007/s10936-007-9061-z},
      ISSN = {0090-6905},
      Keywords = {Comprehension, Humans, Pattern Recognition, Visual, Psycholinguistics, Reaction Time, Reading, Semantics, Speech Perception},
      Url = {http://www.psycontent.com/content/746p588u22014280/}
    }
  • [2007,article] bibtex , download
    O. Oullier, G. C. de Guzman, K. J. Jantzen, J. Lagarde, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Social coordination dynamics: Measuring human bonding," Social Neuroscience, vol. 3, iss. 2, pp. 178-192, 2007.
    @Article{oullier_social_2007, Title = {Social coordination dynamics: Measuring human bonding},
      Author = {Oullier, Olivier and de Guzman, Gonzalo C. and Jantzen, Kelly J. and Lagarde, Julien and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Social Neuroscience},
      Year = {2007},
      Month = oct, Number = {2},
      Pages = {178--192},
      Volume = {3},
      Doi = {10.1080/17470910701563392},
      ISSN = {1747-0919},
      Url = {http://oullier.free.fr/english/publications/papers/2007_OullierDeGuzmanJantzenLagardeKelso_SocialNeuroscience.pdf}
    }
  • [2007,article] bibtex , download
    M. Dhamala, C. G. Assisi, V. K. Jirsa, F. L. Steinberg, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Multisensory integration for timing engages different brain networks," NeuroImage, vol. 34, iss. 2, pp. 764-773, 2007.
    @Article{dhamala_multisensory_2007, Title = {Multisensory integration for timing engages different brain networks},
      Author = {Dhamala, Mukeshwar and Assisi, Collins G. and Jirsa, Viktor K. and Steinberg, Fred L. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {{NeuroImage}},
      Year = {2007},
      Month = jan, Note = {{PMID:} 17098445},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {764--773},
      Volume = {34},
      Abstract = {How does the brain integrate information from different senses into a unitary percept? What factors influence such multisensory integration? Using a rhythmic behavioral paradigm and functional magnetic resonance imaging, we identified networks of brain regions for perceptions of physically synchronous and asynchronous auditory-visual events. Measures of behavioral performance revealed the existence of three distinct perceptual states. Perception of asynchrony activated a network of the primary sensory, prefrontal, and inferior parietal cortices, perception of synchrony disengaged the inferior parietal cortex and further recruited the superior colliculus, and when no clear percept was established, only the residual areas comprised of prefrontal and sensory areas were active. These results indicate that distinct percepts arise within specific brain sub-networks, the components of which are differentially engaged and disengaged depending on the timing of environmental signals.},
      Doi = {10.1016/j.neuroimage.2006.07.044},
      ISSN = {1053-8119},
      Keywords = {Acoustic Stimulation, Adult, Auditory Perception, Brain, Brain Mapping, Humans, Image Processing, {Computer-Assisted},
      Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Neural Pathways, Photic Stimulation, Sensation, Time Factors, Visual Perception},
      Url = {http://www.phy-astr.gsu.edu/dhamala/publications/Dhamala_NI07.pdf}
    }
  • [2007,article] bibtex , download
    B. Tuller, K. J. Jantzen, D. Olvera, F. L. Steinberg, and J. A. S. Kelso, "The influence of instruction modality on brain activation in teenagers with nonverbal learning disabilities: two case histories," Journal of Learning Disabilities, vol. 40, iss. 4, pp. 348-359, 2007.
    @Article{tuller_influence_2007, Title = {The influence of instruction modality on brain activation in teenagers with nonverbal learning disabilities: two case histories},
      Author = {Tuller, Betty and Jantzen, Kelly J. and Olvera, Dianne and Steinberg, Fred L. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Learning Disabilities},
      Year = {2007},
      Month = aug, Note = {{PMID:} 17713133},
      Number = {4},
      Pages = {348--359},
      Volume = {40},
      Abstract = {Teenagers with nonverbal learning disabilities {(NLD)} have difficulty with fine-motor coordination, which may relate to the novelty of the task or the lack of "self-talk" to mediate action. In this study, we required two teenagers with {NLD} and two control group teenagers to touch the thumb of each hand firmly and accurately to the fingertips of the same hand, in an order specified by verbal or tactile instruction. Brain activity patterns (measured using functional magnetic resonance imaging) suggest that unlike control participants, the {NLD} participants used internalized speech to facilitate the novel task only when instructions were verbal. {NLD} participants also showed activity in a more widely distributed network of neural structures. These findings provide preliminary evidence for remediation strategies that encourage internal speech.},
      ISSN = {0022-2194},
      Keywords = {Adolescent, Brain, Female, Humans, Learning Disorders, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Male, Nonverbal Communication, Remedial Teaching, Teaching},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17713133}
    }
  • [2007,article] bibtex , download
    E. Tognoli, J. Lagarde, G. C. de Guzman, and J. A. S. Kelso, "From the Cover: The phi complex as a neuromarker of human social coordination," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 104, iss. 19, pp. 8190-8195, 2007.
    @Article{tognoli_cover:_2007, Title = {From the Cover: The phi complex as a neuromarker of human social coordination},
      Author = {Tognoli, Emmanuelle and Lagarde, Julien and de Guzman, Gonzalo C. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences},
      Year = {2007},
      Month = may, Number = {19},
      Pages = {8190--8195},
      Volume = {104},
      Doi = {10.1073/pnas.0611453104},
      ISSN = {0027-8424},
      Url = {http://www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.0611453104}
    }
  • [2007,article] bibtex , download
    A. Fuchs, "Beamforming and its Applications to Brain Connectivity.," Handbook of Brain Connectivity, V.K. Jirsa, A.R. McIntosh, eds., Springer Verlag, Berlin, pp. 357-378, 2007.
    @Article{fuchs_beamforming_2007, Title = {Beamforming and its Applications to Brain Connectivity.},
      Author = {Fuchs, Armin},
      Journal = {Handbook of Brain Connectivity, {V.K.} Jirsa, {A.R.} {McIntosh},
      eds., Springer Verlag, Berlin},
      Year = {2007},
      Pages = {357--378},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/~fuchs/pub/Beamer.pdf}
    }
  • [2007,article] bibtex , download
    P. Ferrari, K. J. Jantzen, J. A. S. Kelso, D. Cheyne, and A. Fuchs, "Cortical networks underlying coordinated movements revealed by magnetoencephalographic beamforming," International Congress Series, vol. 1300, pp. 337-340, 2007.
    @Article{ferrari_cortical_2007, Title = {Cortical networks underlying coordinated movements revealed by magnetoencephalographic beamforming},
      Author = {Ferrari, Paul and Jantzen, Kelly J. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Cheyne, Douglas and Fuchs, Armin},
      Journal = {International Congress Series},
      Year = {2007},
      Month = jun, Pages = {337--340},
      Volume = {1300},
      Doi = {10.1016/j.ics.2007.02.050},
      ISSN = {05315131},
      Url = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0531513107001987}
    }
  • [2007,article] bibtex , download
    K. J. Jantzen, O. Oullier, M. Marshall, F. L. Steinberg, and J. A. S. Kelso, "A parametric fMRI investigation of context effects in sensorimotor timing and coordination," Neuropsychologia, vol. 45, iss. 4, pp. 673-684, 2007.
    @Article{jantzen_parametric_2007, Title = {A parametric {fMRI} investigation of context effects in sensorimotor timing and coordination},
      Author = {Jantzen, Kelly J. and Oullier, Olivier and Marshall, Michael and Steinberg, Fred L. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Neuropsychologia},
      Year = {2007},
      Month = mar, Note = {{PMID:} 17014871},
      Number = {4},
      Pages = {673--684},
      Volume = {45},
      Abstract = {Mounting evidence suggests that information derived from environmental and behavioral sources is represented and maintained in the brain in a context-dependent manner. Here we investigate whether activity patterns underlying movements paced according to an internal temporal representation depend on how that representation is acquired during a previous pacing phase. We further investigate the degree to which context dependence is modulated by different time delays between pacing and continuation. {BOLD} activity was recorded while subjects moved at a rate established during a pacing interval involving either synchronized or syncopated coordination. Either no-delay or a 3, 6 or 9s delay was introduced prior to continuation. Context-dependent regions were identified when differences in neural activity generated during pacing continued to be observed during continuation despite the intervening delay. This pattern was observed in {pre-SMA},
      bilateral lateral premotor cortex, bilateral declive and left inferior semi lunar lobule. These regions were more active when continuation followed from syncopation than from synchronization regardless of the delay length putatively revealing a context-dependent neural representation of the temporal interval. Alternatively, task related regions in which coordination-dependent differences did not persist following the delay, included bilateral putamen and supplementary-motor-area. This network may support the differential timing demands of coordination. A classic prefrontal-parietal-temporal working memory network was active only during continuation possibly providing mnemonic support for actively maintaining temporal information during the variable delay. This work provides support for the hypothesis that some timing information is represented in a task-dependent manner across broad cortical and subcortical networks.},
      Doi = {10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2006.07.020},
      ISSN = {0028-3932},
      Keywords = {Adult, Attention, Brain Mapping, Cerebellum, Cerebral Cortex, Dominance, Cerebral, Female, Humans, Image Processing, {Computer-Assisted},
      Imaging, {Three-Dimensional},
      Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Male, Memory, {Short-Term},
      Middle Aged, Nerve Net, Oxygen, Psychomotor Performance, Putamen, Time Perception},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17014871}
    }
  • [2006,article] bibtex , download
    S. L. Bressler and E. Tognoli, "Operational principles of neurocognitive networks," International Journal of Psychophysiology: Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology, vol. 60, iss. 2, pp. 139-148, 2006.
    @Article{bressler_operational_2006, Title = {Operational principles of neurocognitive networks},
      Author = {Bressler, Steven L. and Tognoli, Emmanuelle},
      Journal = {International Journal of Psychophysiology: Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology},
      Year = {2006},
      Month = may, Note = {{PMID:} 16490271},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {139--148},
      Volume = {60},
      Abstract = {Large-scale neural networks are thought to be an essential substrate for the implementation of cognitive function by the brain. If so, then a thorough understanding of cognition is not possible without knowledge of how the large-scale neural networks of cognition (neurocognitive networks) operate. Of necessity, such understanding requires insight into structural, functional, and dynamical aspects of network operation, the intimate interweaving of which may be responsible for the intricacies of cognition. Knowledge of anatomical structure is basic to understanding how neurocognitive networks operate. Phylogenetically and ontogenetically determined patterns of synaptic connectivity form a structural network of brain areas, allowing communication between widely distributed collections of areas. The function of neurocognitive networks depends on selective activation of anatomically linked cortical and subcortical areas in a wide variety of configurations. Large-scale functional networks provide the cooperative processing which gives expression to cognitive function. The dynamics of neurocognitive network function relates to the evolving patterns of interacting brain areas that express cognitive function in real time. This article considers the proposition that a basic similarity of the structural, functional, and dynamical features of all neurocognitive networks in the brain causes them to function according to common operational principles. The formation of neural context through the coordinated mutual constraint of multiple interacting cortical areas, is considered as a guiding principle underlying all cognitive functions. Increasing knowledge of the operational principles of neurocognitive networks is likely to promote the advancement of cognitive theories, and to seed strategies for the enhancement of cognitive abilities.},
      Doi = {10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2005.12.008},
      ISSN = {0167-8760},
      Keywords = {Animals, Brain, Cognition, Humans, Models, Neurological, Nerve Net, Neural Networks {(Computer)}},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/BresslerTognoli2006.pdf}
    }
  • [2006,article] bibtex , download
    A. Banerjee and V. K. Jirsa, "How do neural connectivity and time delays influence bimanual coordination?," Biological Cybernetics, vol. 96, iss. 2, pp. 265-278, 2006.
    @Article{banerjee_how_2006, Title = {How do neural connectivity and time delays influence bimanual coordination?},
      Author = {Banerjee, Arpan and Jirsa, Viktor K.},
      Journal = {Biological Cybernetics},
      Year = {2006},
      Month = nov, Number = {2},
      Pages = {265--278},
      Volume = {96},
      Doi = {10.1007/s00422-006-0114-4},
      ISSN = {0340-1200},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/BanerjeeJirsa2006.pdf}
    }
  • [2005,article] bibtex , download
    F. Almonte, V. K. Jirsa, E. W. Large, and B. Tuller, "Integration and segregation in auditory streaming," Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, vol. 212, iss. 1-2, pp. 137-159, 2005.
    @Article{almonte_integration_2005, Title = {Integration and segregation in auditory streaming},
      Author = {Almonte, Felix and Jirsa, Viktor K. and Large, Edward W. and Tuller, Betty},
      Journal = {Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena},
      Year = {2005},
      Month = dec, Number = {1-2},
      Pages = {137--159},
      Volume = {212},
      Doi = {10.1016/j.physd.2005.09.014},
      ISSN = {01672789},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/AlmonteJirsaLargeTuller_PhysicaD2005.pdf}
    }
  • [2005,article] bibtex , download
    C. G. Assisi, V. K. Jirsa, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Synchrony and clustering in heterogeneous networks with global coupling and parameter dispersion," Physical Review Letters, vol. 94, iss. 1, p. 018106, 2005.
    @Article{assisi_synchrony_2005, Title = {Synchrony and clustering in heterogeneous networks with global coupling and parameter dispersion},
      Author = {Assisi, Collins G. and Jirsa, Viktor K. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
      Year = {2005},
      Month = jan, Note = {{PMID:} 15698140},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {018106},
      Volume = {94},
      Abstract = {Networks with nonidentical nodes and global coupling may display a large variety of dynamic behaviors, such as phase clustered solutions, synchrony, and oscillator death. The network dynamics is a function of the parameter dispersion and may be captured by conventional mean field approaches if it is close to the completely synchronous state. In this Letter we introduce a novel method based on a mode decomposition in the parameter space, which provides a low-dimensional network description for more complex dynamic behaviors and captures the mean field approach as a special case. The example of globally coupled {Fitzhugh-Nagumo} neurons is discussed.},
      ISSN = {0031-9007},
      Keywords = {Action Potentials, Adaptation, Physiological, Biological Clocks, Computer Simulation, Feedback, Models, Neurological, Nerve Net, Neuronal Plasticity, Neurons, Synaptic Transmission},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/AssisiJirsaKelso_PRL2005.pdf}
    }
  • [2005,article] bibtex , download
    C. G. Assisi, V. K. Jirsa, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Dynamics of multifrequency coordination using parametric driving: theory and experiment," Biological Cybernetics, vol. 93, iss. 1, pp. 6-21, 2005.
    @Article{assisi_dynamics_2005, Title = {Dynamics of multifrequency coordination using parametric driving: theory and experiment},
      Author = {Assisi, Collins G. and Jirsa, Viktor K. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Biological Cybernetics},
      Year = {2005},
      Month = may, Number = {1},
      Pages = {6--21},
      Volume = {93},
      Doi = {10.1007/s00422-005-0558-y},
      ISSN = {0340-1200},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/AssisiJirsaKelsoBiolCybern_2005.pdf}
    }
  • [2004,article] bibtex , download
    R. G. Carson and J. A. S. Kelso, "Governing coordination: behavioural principles and neural correlates," Experimental Brain Research. Experimentelle Hirnforschung. Expérimentation Cérébrale, vol. 154, iss. 3, pp. 267-274, 2004.
    @Article{carson_governing_2004, Title = {Governing coordination: behavioural principles and neural correlates},
      Author = {Carson, R G and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Experimental Brain Research. Experimentelle Hirnforschung. Expérimentation Cérébrale},
      Year = {2004},
      Month = feb, Note = {{PMID:} 14608455},
      Number = {3},
      Pages = {267--274},
      Volume = {154},
      Abstract = {The coordination of movement is governed by a coalition of constraints. The expression of these constraints ranges from the concrete--the restricted range of motion offered by the mechanical configuration of our muscles and joints; to the abstract--the difficulty that we experience in combining simple movements into complex rhythms. We seek to illustrate that the various constraints on coordination are complementary and inclusive, and the means by which their expression and interaction are mediated systematically by the integrative action of the central nervous system {(CNS).} Beyond identifying the general principles at the behavioural level that govern the mutual interplay of constraints, we attempt to demonstrate that these principles have as their foundation specific functional properties of the cortical motor systems. We propose that regions of the brain upstream of the motor cortex may play a significant role in mediating interactions between the functional representations of muscles engaged in sensorimotor coordination tasks. We also argue that activity in these "supramotor" regions may mediate the stabilising role of augmented sensory feedback.},
      Doi = {10.1007/s00221-003-1726-8},
      ISSN = {0014-4819},
      Keywords = {Animals, Feedback, Gyrus Cinguli, Humans, Models, Neurological, Motor Activity, Motor Cortex, Muscle, Skeletal, Neural Pathways, Sensation},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/CarsonKelso_expBrainRes2004.pdf}
    }
  • [2004,article] bibtex , download
    K. J. Jantzen, B. Anderson, F. L. Steinberg, and J. A. S. Kelso, "A prospective functional MR imaging study of mild traumatic brain injury in college football players," AJNR. American Journal of Neuroradiology, vol. 25, iss. 5, pp. 738-745, 2004.
    @Article{jantzen_prospective_2004, Title = {A prospective functional {MR} imaging study of mild traumatic brain injury in college football players},
      Author = {Jantzen, Kelly J. and Anderson, Brian and Steinberg, Fred L. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {{AJNR.} American Journal of Neuroradiology},
      Year = {2004},
      Month = may, Note = {{PMID:} 15140712},
      Number = {5},
      Pages = {738--745},
      Volume = {25},
      Abstract = {{{\textless}AbstractText} {Label="BACKGROUND} {AND} {PURPOSE"} {NlmCategory="OBJECTIVE"{\textgreater}Although} concussion is common among athletes, evidence-based methods for clinical evaluation, treatment, and recovery are lacking. We used a prospective, functional neuroimaging approach to assess sports-related concussion in which imaging was performed before injury so that brain changes resulting from concussion could be better {understood.{\textless}/AbstractText{\textgreater}} {{\textless}AbstractText} {Label="METHODS"} {NlmCategory="METHODS"{\textgreater}Neurophysiologic} correlates of sports-related concussion were investigated in eight college football players by using functional {MR} imaging. Preseason baseline levels of blood oxygen level-dependent {(BOLD)} activity were acquired during the performance of a test battery that included mathematical, memory, and sensorimotor coordination tasks. Four players who had a concussion repeated these baseline procedures within 1 week of injury. The remaining control players were retested at the end of the {season.{\textless}/AbstractText{\textgreater}} {{\textless}AbstractText} {Label="RESULTS"} {NlmCategory="RESULTS"{\textgreater}Specific} neural signatures of concussion were detected in individual players by comparing postconcussion results to preconcussion baseline values. The validity of these indicators was confirmed by comparing them with the same measures in noninjured control subjects. When compared with control subjects, concussed players had marked within-subject increases in the amplitude and extent of {BOLD} activity during a finger-sequencing task. Effects were observed primarily in the parietal and lateral frontal and cerebellar {regions.{\textless}/AbstractText{\textgreater}} {{\textless}AbstractText} {Label="CONCLUSION"} {NlmCategory="CONCLUSIONS"{\textgreater}Differences} in neural functioning were observed in the absence of observed deficits in behavioral performance, suggesting that this approach may increase sensitivity to concussion compared with neuropsychological evaluation alone. Though preliminary, the proposed prospective neuroimaging approach may have great potential for understanding mild traumatic brain injury and identifying mechanisms underlying {recovery.{\textless}/AbstractText{\textgreater}}},
      ISSN = {0195-6108},
      Keywords = {Adult, Athletic Injuries, Brain Injuries, Football, Humans, Injury Severity Score, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Male, Prospective Studies, Task Performance and Analysis},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/Jantzen%20et%20al%20AJNR%202004.pdf}
    }
  • [2004,article] bibtex , download
    M. Dhamala, V. K. Jirsa, and M. Ding, "Transitions to synchrony in coupled bursting neurons," Physical Review Letters, vol. 92, iss. 2, p. 028101, 2004.
    @Article{dhamala_transitions_2004, Title = {Transitions to synchrony in coupled bursting neurons},
      Author = {Dhamala, Mukeshwar and Jirsa, Viktor K. and Ding, Mingzhou},
      Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
      Year = {2004},
      Month = jan, Note = {{PMID:} 14753970},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {028101},
      Volume = {92},
      Abstract = {Certain cells in the brain, for example, thalamic neurons during sleep, show spike-burst activity. We study such spike-burst neural activity and the transitions to a synchronized state using a model of coupled bursting neurons. In an electrically coupled network, we show that the increase of coupling strength increases incoherence first and then induces two different transitions to synchronized states, one associated with bursts and the other with spikes. These sequential transitions to synchronized states are determined by the zero crossings of the maximum transverse Lyapunov exponents. These results suggest that synchronization of spike-burst activity is a multi-time-scale phenomenon and burst synchrony is a precursor to spike synchrony.},
      ISSN = {0031-9007},
      Keywords = {Action Potentials, Models, Neurological},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/DhamalaJirsaDingPRL2004.pdf}
    }
  • [2004,article] bibtex , download
    M. Dhamala, V. K. Jirsa, and M. Ding, "Enhancement of neural synchrony by time delay," Physical Review Letters, vol. 92, iss. 7, p. 074104, 2004.
    @Article{dhamala_enhancement_2004, Title = {Enhancement of neural synchrony by time delay},
      Author = {Dhamala, Mukeshwar and Jirsa, Viktor K. and Ding, Mingzhou},
      Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
      Year = {2004},
      Month = feb, Note = {{PMID:} 14995856},
      Number = {7},
      Pages = {074104},
      Volume = {92},
      Abstract = {In a network of neuronal oscillators with time-delayed coupling, we uncover a phenomenon of enhancement of neural synchrony by time delay: a stable synchronized state exists at low coupling strengths for significant time delays. By formulating a master stability equation for time-delayed networks of {Hindmarsh-Rose} neurons, we show that there is always an extended region of stable synchronous activity corresponding to low coupling strengths. Such synchrony could be achieved in the undelayed system only by much higher coupling strengths. This phenomenon of enhanced neural synchrony by delay has important implications, in particular, in understanding synchronization of distant neurons and information processing in the brain.},
      ISSN = {0031-9007},
      Keywords = {Animals, Humans, Membrane Potentials, Models, Neurological, Neural Conduction},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/DhamalaJirsaDingPRL2004b.pdf}
    }
  • [2003,article] bibtex , download
    C. Babiloni, F. Babiloni, F. Carducci, F. Cincotti, C. Del Percio, M. Hallett, J. A. S. Kelso, D. V. Moretti, J. Liepert, and P. M. Rossini, "Shall I Move My Right or My Left Hand?," Journal of Psychophysiology, vol. 17, iss. 2, pp. 69-86, 2003.
    @Article{babiloni_shall_2003, Title = {Shall I Move My Right or My Left Hand?},
      Author = {Babiloni, Claudio and Babiloni, Fabio and Carducci, Filippo and Cincotti, Febo and Del Percio, Claudio and Hallett, Mark and Kelso, J.A.S. and Moretti, Davide Vito and Liepert, Joachim and Rossini, Paolo Maria},
      Journal = {Journal of Psychophysiology},
      Year = {2003},
      Month = jan, Number = {2},
      Pages = {69--86},
      Volume = {17},
      Doi = {10.1027//0269-8803.17.2.69},
      ISSN = {0269-8803},
      Url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/jop/17/2/69.pdf}
    }
  • [2003,article] bibtex , download
    Y. Chen, M. Ding, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Task-related power and coherence changes in neuromagnetic activity during visuomotor coordination," Experimental Brain Research. Experimentelle Hirnforschung. Expérimentation Cérébrale, vol. 148, iss. 1, pp. 105-116, 2003.
  • [2003,article] bibtex , download
    J. Giangrand, B. Tuller, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Perceptual Dynamics of Circular Pitch," Music Perception, vol. 20, iss. 3, pp. 241-262, 2003.
    @Article{giangrand_perceptual_2003, Title = {Perceptual Dynamics of Circular Pitch},
      Author = {Giangrand, J. and Tuller, Betty and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Music Perception},
      Year = {2003},
      Month = mar, Number = {3},
      Pages = {241--262},
      Volume = {20},
      Doi = {10.1525/mp.2003.20.3.241},
      ISSN = {0730-7829},
      Url = {http://caliber.ucpress.net/doi/abs/10.1525/mp.2003.20.3.241}
    }
  • [2003,article] bibtex , download
    P. Case, B. Tuller, and J. A. S. Kelso, "The Dynamics of Learning to Hear New Speech Sounds," Speech Pathology, 2003.
    @Article{case_dynamics_2003, Title = {The Dynamics of Learning to Hear New Speech Sounds},
      Author = {Case, Pamela and Tuller, Betty and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Speech Pathology},
      Year = {2003},
      Month = nov, Abstract = {When adults attempt to learn new speech sounds, they do so in the context of the phonology of their native language. The purpose of the present work is to investigate, in individuals, 1) the process of learning to perceive a new speech sound, 2) the impact of the new sound on an acoustically similar native category, and 3) transfer of learning to a novel phonetic context. Monolingual American English speakers were required to learn to recognize the Hindi voiced, unaspirated, dental stop consonant. A synthetic voiced speech continuum was created, spanning a range from Hindi dental to American English alveolar stop consonants. An initial perceptual mapping procedure that included identification, judged goodness, and difference-rating tasks established how participants perceived the synthetic stimuli. To learn the required perceptual distinction, participants participated in a two-alternative, forced-choice training program using a variety of voiced, natural speech stimuli produced by several talkers. Learning was monitored throughout training. The original mapping procedure was repeated immediately following training and again after at least a two-week delay. Results indicated that the nature of change during the learning process was speaker-specific and depended on how the listener perceived the stimuli prior to training. Contextual effects were also noted with the order of stimulus presentation strongly influencing the perception of phonetic differences.},
      Url = {http://www.speechpathology.com/articles/article_detail.asp?article_id=50}
    }
  • [2002,article] bibtex , download
    F. W. Carver, A. Fuchs, K. J. Jantzen, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Spatiotemporal analysis of the neuromagnetic response to rhythmic auditory stimulation: rate dependence and transient to steady-state transition," Clinical Neurophysiology: Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology, vol. 113, iss. 12, pp. 1921-1931, 2002.
    @Article{carver_spatiotemporal_2002, Title = {Spatiotemporal analysis of the neuromagnetic response to rhythmic auditory stimulation: rate dependence and transient to steady-state transition},
      Author = {Carver, Frederick W. and Fuchs, Armin and Jantzen, Kelly J. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Clinical Neurophysiology: Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology},
      Year = {2002},
      Month = dec, Note = {{PMID:} 12464329},
      Number = {12},
      Pages = {1921--1931},
      Volume = {113},
      Abstract = {Objective: Whole head magnetoencephalography was used to investigate the spatiotemporal dynamics of neuromagnetic brain activity associated with rhythmic auditory stimulation. Methods: In order to characterize the evolution of the auditory responses we applied a {Karhunen-Loeve} decomposition and k-means cluster analysis to globally compare spatial patterns of brain activity at different latencies and stimulation rates. Tones were presented binaurally at 27 different stimulation rates within a perceptually and behaviorally relevant range from 0.6 to 8.1 Hz. Results: Over this range, we observed a linear increase of the amplitude of the main auditory response at 100 ms latency {(N1m)} with increasing inter-stimulus interval, and qualitative changes of the overall spatiotemporal dynamics of the auditory response. In particular, a transition occurred between a transient evoked response at low frequencies, and a continuous steady-state response at high frequencies. Conclusions: We show the onset of temporal overlap between responses to successive tones that leads to this transition. Response overlap begins to occur near 2 Hz, marking the onset of a continuous perceptual representation.},
      ISSN = {1388-2457},
      Keywords = {Acoustic Stimulation, Adult, Auditory Cortex, Cluster Analysis, Evoked Potentials, Auditory, Female, Humans, Magnetoencephalography, Male},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/CarverFuchsJantzenKelso_ClinicalNeurophysiology2002.pdf}
    }
  • [2002,article] bibtex , download
    M. Ding, Y. Chen, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Statistical analysis of timing errors," Brain and Cognition, vol. 48, iss. 1, pp. 98-106, 2002.
    @Article{ding_statistical_2002, Title = {Statistical analysis of timing errors},
      Author = {Ding, Mingzhou and Chen, Yanqing and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Brain and Cognition},
      Year = {2002},
      Month = feb, Note = {{PMID:} 11812035},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {98--106},
      Volume = {48},
      Abstract = {Human rhythmic activities are variable. Cycle-to-cycle fluctuations form the behavioral observable. Traditional analysis focuses on statistical measures such as mean and variance. In this article we show that, by treating the fluctuations as a time series, one can apply techniques such as power spectra and rescaled range analysis to gain insight into the mechanisms underlying the remarkable abilities of humans to perform a variety of rhythmic movements, from maintaining memorized temporal patterns to anticipating and timing their movements to predictable sensory stimuli.},
      Doi = {10.1006/brcg.2001.1306},
      ISSN = {0278-2626},
      Keywords = {Humans, Models, Psychological, Psychomotor Performance},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/statistical_error_brcg_2001_1306.pdf}
    }
  • [2002,article] bibtex , download
    D. W. Dong, J. A. S. Kelso, and F. L. Steinberg, "Spatio-temporal decorrelated activity patterns in functional MRI data during real and imagined motor tasks," Neurocomputing, vol. 49, iss. 1-4, pp. 227-239, 2002.
    @Article{dong_spatio-temporal_2002, Title = {Spatio-temporal decorrelated activity patterns in functional {MRI} data during real and imagined motor tasks},
      Author = {Dong, Dawei W. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Steinberg, Fred L.},
      Journal = {Neurocomputing},
      Year = {2002},
      Month = dec, Number = {1-4},
      Pages = {227--239},
      Volume = {49},
      Doi = {10.1016/S0925-2312(02)00531-3},
      ISSN = {09252312},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/DongKelsoSteinberg_Neurocomputing2002.pdf}
    }
  • [2002,article] bibtex , download
    K. J. Jantzen, F. L. Steinberg, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Practice-dependent modulation of neural activity during human sensorimotor coordination: a functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging study," Neuroscience Letters, vol. 332, iss. 3, pp. 205-209, 2002.
    @Article{jantzen_practice-dependent_2002, Title = {Practice-dependent modulation of neural activity during human sensorimotor coordination: a functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging study},
      Author = {Jantzen, Kelly J. and Steinberg, Fred L. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Neuroscience Letters},
      Year = {2002},
      Month = nov, Note = {{PMID:} 12399015},
      Number = {3},
      Pages = {205--209},
      Volume = {332},
      Abstract = {We investigated the degree to which differences in the pattern of blood oxygen level dependent activity {(BOLD)} between syncopated and synchronized coordination patterns are altered by practice. Baseline levels of {BOLD} activity were obtained from eight subjects while they syncopated or synchronized with an auditory metronome at 1.25 Hz. Subjects then practiced syncopation at the same rate for four consecutive sessions. Post practice scans of the two coordination patterns were then performed. Before practice, baseline syncopation activated a much broader network of both cortical and subcortical regions than synchronization that included Supplementary Motor Area {(SMA)},
      bilateral putamen, left thalamus, bilateral superior temporal gyrus as well as the vermis. This pattern of activity is hypothesized to reflect the extra timing and attention requirements of syncopation. After practice, activity in superior temporal gyrus and vermis were no longer observed during syncopation reflecting a reduction in the need for attention and the use of sensory feedback for guiding behavior. Surprisingly, post practice synchronization resulted in additional significant activations in {SMA},
      inferior frontal gyrus and superior temporal gyrus as well as small activations in bilateral putamen. Practice with the more difficult syncopation task thus had a dual effect of decreasing the number of active regions during syncopation and increasing the number of active regions during synchronization. Since overt syncopation performance did not change significantly as a result of practice, these observed neural changes appear to be due to context- and history-dependent factors, rather than behavioral learning per se.},
      ISSN = {0304-3940},
      Keywords = {Adult, Female, Humans, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Male, Oxygen, Photic Stimulation, Practice {(Psychology)},
      Psychomotor Performance},
      Url = {Practice dependent modulation of neural activity during human sensorimotor coordination: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study}
    }
  • [2001,article] bibtex , download
    Y. Chen, M. Ding, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Origins of timing errors in human sensorimotor coordination," Journal of Motor Behavior, vol. 33, iss. 1, pp. 3-8, 2001.
    @Article{chen_origins_2001, Title = {Origins of timing errors in human sensorimotor coordination},
      Author = {Chen, Yanqing and Ding, Mingzhou and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Motor Behavior},
      Year = {2001},
      Month = mar, Note = {{PMID:} 11265052},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {3--8},
      Volume = {33},
      Abstract = {The authors analyzed fluctuations in timing errors when 8 human participants attempted to coordinate movement with external rhythmic signals. The temporal dynamics of the errors is usually described in terms of simple, self-correcting models. Here the authors demonstrate that timing errors are characterized by a 1/f(alpha) type of long memory process. The value of the exponent alpha differentiates different types of coordination states: synchronization and syncopation. More interesting, evidence was found that alpha can be changed when participants use different coordination strategies. Together with the authors' understanding of the generation mechanism for long memory processes, these results suggest that 1/f(alpha) type of long-range correlated timing errors are of higher cortical origin and are likely the outcome of distributed neural processes acting on multiple time scales.},
      ISSN = {0022-2895},
      Keywords = {Brain, Fingers, Humans, Male, Movement, Noise, Periodicity, Time Factors},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/ChenDingKelso_journal_of_motorbehavior_2001.pdf}
    }
  • [2001,article] bibtex , download
    S. L. Bressler and J. A. S. Kelso, "Cortical coordination dynamics and cognition," Trends in Cognitive Sciences, vol. 5, iss. 1, pp. 26-36, 2001.
    @Article{bressler_cortical_2001, Title = {Cortical coordination dynamics and cognition},
      Author = {Bressler, Steven L. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Trends in Cognitive Sciences},
      Year = {2001},
      Month = jan, Number = {1},
      Pages = {26--36},
      Volume = {5},
      Doi = {10.1016/S1364-6613(00)01564-3},
      ISSN = {13646613},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/BresslerKelso_TICS2001.pdf}
    }
  • [2001,article] bibtex , download
    K. J. Jantzen, A. Fuchs, J. M. Mayville, L. Deecke, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Neuromagnetic activity in alpha and beta bands reflect learning-induced increases in coordinative stability," Clinical Neurophysiology: Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology, vol. 112, iss. 9, pp. 1685-1697, 2001.
    @Article{jantzen_neuromagnetic_2001, Title = {Neuromagnetic activity in alpha and beta bands reflect learning-induced increases in coordinative stability},
      Author = {Jantzen, Kelly J. and Fuchs, Armin and Mayville, Justine M. and Deecke, L and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Clinical Neurophysiology: Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology},
      Year = {2001},
      Month = sep, Note = {{PMID:} 11514252},
      Number = {9},
      Pages = {1685--1697},
      Volume = {112},
      Abstract = {Objective: To investigate how learning induced increases in stability on a syncopation task are manifest in the dynamics of cortical activity. Method: Magnetoencephalography was recorded from 143 sensors {(CTF} Systems, Inc). A pre-training procedure determined the critical frequency {(Fc)} for each subject (n=4). Subjects either syncopated or synchronized to a metronome that increased in frequency from 1.2 to 3.0 Hz in 0.2 Hz steps. The Fc was the point at which subjects spontaneously switched from syncopation to synchronization. Subjects then underwent 100 training trials (with feedback) at Fc. Following the learning phase the pre-training procedure was repeated. Results: An increase in the Fc occurred indicating that practice improved the stability of syncopation. The transition delay was also observed in the phase of the time-averaged signal in sensors over the contralateral sensorimotor area and in power analysis in the 8–12 Hz and 18–24 Hz frequency bands. Initially, reduced power was observed bilaterally during syncopation compared to synchronization. Following training, these differences were reduced or eliminated. Conclusion: Pre-training power differences can be explained by the greater difficulty of the syncopation task. The reduction in power differences following training suggests that at the cortical level, syncopation became more similar to synchronization possibly reflecting a decrease in task and/or attention demands.},
      ISSN = {1388-2457},
      Keywords = {Acoustic Stimulation, Adult, Cortical Synchronization, Humans, Learning, Magnetoencephalography, Movement, Periodicity, Psychomotor Performance},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/JantzenFuchsMayvilleDeeckeKelso_ClinicalNeurophysiology2001.pdf}
    }
  • [2001,article] bibtex , download
    V. Billock, G. C. de Guzman, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Fractal time and 1/f spectra in dynamic images and human vision," Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, vol. 148, iss. 1-2, pp. 136-146, 2001.
    @Article{billock_fractal_2001, Title = {Fractal time and 1/f spectra in dynamic images and human vision},
      Author = {Billock, V and de Guzman, Gonzalo C. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena},
      Year = {2001},
      Month = jan, Number = {1-2},
      Pages = {136--146},
      Volume = {148},
      Doi = {10.1016/S0167-2789(00)00174-3},
      ISSN = {01672789},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/BillockDeGuzmanKelso_PhysicaD2005.pdf}
    }
  • [2000,article] bibtex , download
    A. Fuchs, L. Deecke, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Phase transitions in the human brain revealed by large SQuID arrays: Response to Daffertshofer, Peper and Beek," Physics Letters A, vol. 266, iss. 4-6, pp. 303-308, 2000.
    @Article{fuchs_phase_2000, Title = {Phase transitions in the human brain revealed by large {SQuID} arrays: Response to Daffertshofer, Peper and Beek},
      Author = {Fuchs, Armin and Deecke, L and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Physics Letters A},
      Year = {2000},
      Month = feb, Number = {4-6},
      Pages = {303--308},
      Volume = {266},
      Doi = {10.1016/S0375-9601(99)00909-3},
      ISSN = {03759601},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/FuchsDeeckeKelso_PhysicaLettersA2000.pdf}
    }
  • [2000,article] bibtex , download
    P. W. Fink, J. A. S. Kelso, V. K. Jirsa, and G. C. de Guzman, "Recruitment of degrees of freedom stabilizes coordination," Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance, vol. 26, iss. 2, pp. 671-692, 2000.
    @Article{fink_recruitment_2000, Title = {Recruitment of degrees of freedom stabilizes coordination},
      Author = {Fink, Philip W. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Jirsa, Viktor K. and de Guzman, Gonzalo C.},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {2000},
      Month = apr, Note = {{PMID:} 10811169},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {671--692},
      Volume = {26},
      Abstract = {By showing that transitions may be obviated by recruiting degrees of freedom in the coupled pendulum paradigm, the authors reveal a novel mechanism for coordinative flexibility. In Experiment 1, participants swung pairs of unconstrained pendulums in 2 planes of motion (sagittal and frontal) at 8 movement frequencies starting from either an in-phase or antiphase mode. Few transitions were observed. Measures of spatial trajectory showed recruitment effects tied to the stability of the initial coordinative pattern. When the motion of the pendulums was physically restricted to a single plane in Experiment 2, transitions were more common, indicating that recruitment delays--or even eliminates--transitions. Such recruitment complements transitions as a source of coordinative flexibility and is incorporated in a simple extension of the {Haken-Kelso-Bunz} (1985) model.},
      ISSN = {0096-1523},
      Keywords = {Adult, Depth Perception, Female, Humans, Male, Motion Perception, Orientation, Psychomotor Performance, Psychophysics},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/FinketalJEP2000.pdf}
    }
  • [2000,article] bibtex , download
    T. Ditzinger, M. Stadler, D. Strüber, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Noise improves three-dimensional perception: stochastic resonance and other impacts of noise to the perception of autostereograms," Physical Review. E, Statistical Physics, Plasmas, Fluids, and Related Interdisciplinary Topics, vol. 62, iss. 2 Pt B, pp. 2566-2575, 2000.
    @Article{ditzinger_noise_2000, Title = {Noise improves three-dimensional perception: stochastic resonance and other impacts of noise to the perception of autostereograms},
      Author = {Ditzinger, Thomas and Stadler, M and Strüber, D and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Physical Review. E, Statistical Physics, Plasmas, Fluids, and Related Interdisciplinary Topics},
      Year = {2000},
      Month = aug, Note = {{PMID:} 11088737},
      Number = {2 Pt B},
      Pages = {2566--2575},
      Volume = {62},
      Abstract = {Autostereograms can be perceived in different well-defined spatial levels. Therefore they are an excellent tool with which to examine spatiotemporal processes of multistable three-dimensional perception. We study properties of spatial ambiguity such as phase transitions between different spatial levels and hysteresis in perception with and without noise. We show that the perception of physical noise-which is added to the autostereograms in the form of a random dot pattern-is dependent on the perceived spatial level. We demonstrate that noise can be helpful for the perception of depth in some cases. We show that the signal-to-noise ratio of depth perception is enhanced at an intermediate level of noise strength that is the signature of stochastic resonance in depth perception.},
      ISSN = {{1063-651X}},
      Keywords = {Computers, Depth Perception, Female, Humans, Illusions, Male, Reaction Time, Stochastic Processes, Vision, Ocular},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/ditzingerStadlerStruberKelso_PhysicalReviewE.pdf}
    }
  • [2000,article] bibtex , download
    T. Ditzinger, V. A. Billock, J. A. S. Kelso, and J. Holtz, "The Leaning Tower of Pisa effect: an illusion mediated by colour, brightness, and motion," Perception, vol. 29, iss. 10, pp. 1269-1272, 2000.
    @Article{ditzinger_leaning_2000, Title = {The Leaning Tower of Pisa effect: an illusion mediated by colour, brightness, and motion},
      Author = {Ditzinger, Thomas and Billock, Vincent A. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Holtz, Jochen},
      Journal = {Perception},
      Year = {2000},
      Note = {{PMID:} 11220216},
      Number = {10},
      Pages = {1269--1272},
      Volume = {29},
      Abstract = {We report a novel, easily observed, and extraordinarily striking optical illusion mediated by interactions of colour, brightness, form, and motion perception--the Leaning Tower of Pisa {(LTOP)} illusion. Under some circumstances, the perception of orientation of coloured forms is radically altered by rotary movement. We demonstrate that this kinetic effect--easily reproduced with a common record turntable--is optimised by particular colour and brightness differences between foreground and background with an illusory tilt of 8 degrees and more. The described illusions can be easily studied at home by downloading the colour figures from www.perceptionweb.com/perc1000/ditzinger, printing them on a common colour printer and placing them on a rotating record turntable.},
      ISSN = {0301-0066},
      Keywords = {Color Perception, Humans, Lighting, Motion Perception, Optical Illusions},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11220216}
    }
  • [2000,article] bibtex , download
    P. S. Foo, J. A. S. Kelso, and G. C. de Guzman, "Functional stabilization of unstable fixed points: human pole balancing using time-to-balance information," Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance, vol. 26, iss. 4, pp. 1281-1297, 2000.
    @Article{foo_functional_2000-1, Title = {Functional stabilization of unstable fixed points: human pole balancing using time-to-balance information},
      Author = {Foo, Patrick S. and Kelso, J.A.S. and de Guzman, Gonzalo C.},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {2000},
      Month = aug, Note = {{PMID:} 10946715},
      Number = {4},
      Pages = {1281--1297},
      Volume = {26},
      Abstract = {Humans are often faced with tasks that require stabilizing inherently unstable situations. The authors explored the dynamics of human functional stabilization by having participants continually balance a pole until a minimum time criterion was reached. Conditions were manipulated with respect to geometry, mass, and characteristic "fall time" of the pole. Distributions of timing between pole and hand velocities showed strong action-perception coupling. When actions demonstrated a potential for catastrophic failure, the period of hand oscillation correlated well with the perceptual quantity "time to balance" (tau(bal) = theta/theta), but not other quantities such as theta and theta alone. This suggests that participants were using available tau(bal) information during critical conditions, although they may not have been attending to this type of perceptual information during typical, noncritical motions of successful performance. In a model analysis and simulation, the authors showed how discrete tau(bal) information may be used to adjust the parameters of a controller to perform this task.},
      ISSN = {0096-1523},
      Keywords = {Adolescent, Adult, Biofeedback, Psychology, Female, Humans, Kinesthesis, Male, Models, Psychological, Practice {(Psychology)},
      Psychomotor Performance, Transfer {(Psychology)},
      Visual Perception},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/FooKelsoDeguzman_JourExpPsyHumPerc.pdf}
    }
  • [2000,article] bibtex , download
    P. W. Fink, P. S. Foo, V. K. Jirsa, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Local and global stabilization of coordination by sensory information," Experimental Brain Research. Experimentelle Hirnforschung. Expérimentation Cérébrale, vol. 134, iss. 1, pp. 9-20, 2000.
    @Article{fink_local_2000, Title = {Local and global stabilization of coordination by sensory information},
      Author = {Fink, Philip W. and Foo, Patrick S. and Jirsa, Viktor K. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Experimental Brain Research. Experimentelle Hirnforschung. Expérimentation Cérébrale},
      Year = {2000},
      Month = sep, Note = {{PMID:} 11026721},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {9--20},
      Volume = {134},
      Abstract = {In studies of rhythmic coordination, where sensory information is often generated by an auditory stimulus, spatial and temporal variability are known to decrease at points in the movement cycle coincident with the stimulus, a phenomenon known as anchoring {(Byblow} et al. 1994). Here we hypothesize that the role of anchoring may be to globally stabilize coordination under conditions in which it would otherwise undergo a global coordinative change such as a phase transition. To test this hypothesis, anchoring was studied in a bimanual coordination paradigm in which either inphase or antiphase coordination was produced as auditory pacing stimuli (and hence movement frequency) were scaled over a wide range of frequencies. Two different anchoring conditions were used: a single-metronome condition, in which peak amplitude of right finger flexion coincided with the auditory stimulus; and a double-metronome condition, in which each finger reversal (flexion and extension) occurred simultaneously with the auditory stimuli. Anchored reversal points displayed lower spatial variation than unanchored reversal points, resulting in more symmetric phase plane trajectories in the double- than the single-metronome condition. The global coordination dynamics of the double-metronome condition was also more stable, with transitions from antiphase to inphase occurring less often and at higher movement frequencies than in the single-metronome condition. An extension of the {Haken-Kelso-Bunz} model of bimanual coordination is presented briefly which includes specific coupling of sensory information to movement through a process we call parametric stabilization. The parametric stabilization model provides a theoretical account of both local effects on the individual movement trajectories (anchoring) and global stabilization of observed coordination patterns, including the delay of phase transitions.},
      ISSN = {0014-4819},
      Keywords = {Acoustic Stimulation, Female, Fingers, Humans, Male, Models, Neurological, Movement, Neurons, Afferent, Periodicity, Time Perception},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/FINKFooJirsaKelsoExpBrainRes2000.pdf}
    }
  • [2000,article] bibtex , download
    A. Fuchs, J. M. Mayville, D. Cheyne, H. Weinberg, L. Deecke, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Spatiotemporal analysis of neuromagnetic events underlying the emergence of coordinative instabilities," NeuroImage, vol. 12, iss. 1, pp. 71-84, 2000.
    @Article{fuchs_spatiotemporal_2000, Title = {Spatiotemporal analysis of neuromagnetic events underlying the emergence of coordinative instabilities},
      Author = {Fuchs, Armin and Mayville, Justine M. and Cheyne, Douglas and Weinberg, H. and Deecke, L and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {{NeuroImage}},
      Year = {2000},
      Month = jul, Note = {{PMID:} 10875904},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {71--84},
      Volume = {12},
      Abstract = {A full-head 143-channel superconducting quantum interference device was used to study changes occurring in the magnetic activity of the human brain during performance of an auditory-motor coordination task in which the rate of coordination was systematically increased. Previous research using the same task paradigm demonstrated that spontaneous switches in timing behavior that arise with higher coordination rates are accompanied by qualitative changes in spatiotemporal brain activity measured by electro- and magnetoencephalography. Here we show how these patterns can be decomposed into basic physiological events, i.e., evoked brain responses to acoustic tones and self-initiated finger movements. The frequency dependence of the amplitudes of these component responses may shed new light onto why spontaneous timing transitions occur in the first place.},
      Doi = {10.1006/nimg.2000.0589},
      ISSN = {1053-8119},
      Keywords = {Evoked Potentials, Auditory, Evoked Potentials, Motor, Female, Humans, Linear Models, Magnetoencephalography, Male, Models, Neurological, Psychomotor Performance, Reference Values, Space Perception, Time Perception},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/FuchsMayvilleCheyneWeinbergDeeckeKelso_NI2000.pdf}
    }
  • [2000,article] bibtex , download
    A. Fuchs, V. K. Jirsa, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Issues in the coordination of human brain activity and motor behavior," NeuroImage, vol. 11, iss. 5 Pt 1, pp. 375-377, 2000.
    @Article{fuchs_issues_2000, Title = {Issues in the coordination of human brain activity and motor behavior},
      Author = {Fuchs, Armin and Jirsa, Viktor K. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {{NeuroImage}},
      Year = {2000},
      Month = may, Note = {{PMID:} 10806023},
      Number = {5 Pt 1},
      Pages = {375--377},
      Volume = {11},
      Doi = {10.1006/nimg.2000.0555},
      ISSN = {1053-8119},
      Keywords = {Humans, Motor Activity},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/FuchsJirsaKelso_NI2000b.pdf}
    }
  • [2000,article] bibtex , download
    A. Fuchs and V. K. Jirsa, "The HKB model revisited: How varying the degree of symmetry controls dynamics," Human Movement Science, vol. 19, iss. 4, pp. 425-449, 2000.
    @Article{fuchs_hkb_2000, Title = {The {HKB} model revisited: How varying the degree of symmetry controls dynamics},
      Author = {Fuchs, Armin and Jirsa, Viktor K.},
      Journal = {Human Movement Science},
      Year = {2000},
      Month = oct, Number = {4},
      Pages = {425--449},
      Volume = {19},
      Doi = {10.1016/S0167-9457(00)00025-7},
      ISSN = {01679457},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/Fuchs_Jirsa_humMove2000.pdf}
    }
  • [2000,article] bibtex , download
    A. Fuchs, V. K. Jirsa, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Theory of the relation between human brain activity (MEG) and hand movements," NeuroImage, vol. 11, iss. 5 Pt 1, pp. 359-369, 2000.
    @Article{fuchs_theory_2000, Title = {Theory of the relation between human brain activity {(MEG)} and hand movements},
      Author = {Fuchs, Armin and Jirsa, Viktor K. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {{NeuroImage}},
      Year = {2000},
      Month = may, Note = {{PMID:} 10806021},
      Number = {5 Pt 1},
      Pages = {359--369},
      Volume = {11},
      Abstract = {Earlier research established that spontaneous changes in human sensorimotor coordination are accompanied by qualitative changes in the spatiotemporal dynamics of neural activity measured by multisensor electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography. More recent research has demonstrated that a robust relation exists between brain activity and the movement profile produced. In particular, brain activity has been shown to correlate strongly with movement velocity independent of movement direction and mode of coordination. Using a recently developed field theoretical model of large-scale brain activity itself based on neuroanatomical and neurophysiological constraints we show here how these experimental findings relate to the field theory and how it is possible to reconstruct the movement profile via spatial and temporal integration of the brain signal. There is a unique relation between the quantities in the theory and the experimental data, and fit between the shape of the measured and the reconstructed time series for the movement is remarkably good given that there are no free parameters.},
      Doi = {10.1006/nimg.1999.0532},
      ISSN = {1053-8119},
      Keywords = {Hand, Humans, Magnetoencephalography, Models, Biological, Movement},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/fuchsJirsaKelso_neuroImage2000.pdf}
    }
  • [1996,article] bibtex , download
    D. A. Engstrøm, J. A. S. Kelso, and T. Holroyd, "Reaction-anticipation transitions in human perception-action patterns," Human Movement Science, vol. 15, iss. 6, pp. 809-832, 1996.
    @Article{engstrom_reaction-anticipation_1996, Title = {Reaction-anticipation transitions in human perception-action patterns},
      Author = {Engstrøm, David A. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Holroyd, Tom},
      Journal = {Human Movement Science},
      Year = {1996},
      Month = dec, Number = {6},
      Pages = {809--832},
      Volume = {15},
      Doi = {10.1016/S0167-9457(96)00031-0},
      ISSN = {01679457},
      Url = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0167945796000310}
    }
  • [1995,article] bibtex
    A. Fuchs, V. Jirsa, H. Haken, and J. Scott Kelso, "Extending the HKB model of coordinated movement to oscillators with different eigenfrequencies," Biological cybernetics, vol. 74, iss. 1, pp. 21-30, 1995.
    @Article{fuchs1995extending, Title = {Extending the HKB model of coordinated movement to oscillators with different eigenfrequencies},
      Author = {Fuchs, A. and Jirsa, VK and Haken, H. and Scott Kelso, JA},
      Journal = {Biological cybernetics},
      Year = {1995},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {21--30},
      Volume = {74},
      Publisher = {Springer}
    }
  • [1994,article] bibtex
    B. Tuller, P. Case, M. Ding, and J. A. S. Kelso, "The nonlinear dynamics of speech categorization.," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol. 20, iss. 1, p. 3, 1994.
    @Article{tuller1994nonlinear, Title = {The nonlinear dynamics of speech categorization.},
      Author = {Tuller, B. and Case, P. and Ding, M. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {1994},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {3},
      Volume = {20},
      Publisher = {American Psychological Association}
    }
  • [1993,article] bibtex
    E. Vatikiotis-Bateson and J. A. S. Kelso, "Rhythm type and articulatory dynamics in English, French and Japanese," Journal of Phonetics, vol. 21, iss. 3, 1993.
    @Article{vatikiotis1993rhythm, Title = {Rhythm type and articulatory dynamics in English, French and Japanese},
      Author = {Vatikiotis-Bateson, E. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Phonetics},
      Year = {1993},
      Number = {3},
      Volume = {21}
    }
  • [1993,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, "Dynamic Pattern Formation: A Primer J.A. Scott Kelso, Mingzhou Ding, and Gregor Schaffner," , 1993.
    @Article{kelso1993dynamic, Title = {Dynamic Pattern Formation: A Primer J.A. Scott Kelso, Mingzhou Ding, and Gregor Schaffner},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Year = {1993}
    }
  • [1993,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso and M. Ding, "Fluctuations, intermittency, and controllable chaos in biological coordination," Variability and motor control, pp. 291-316, 1993.
    @Article{kelso1993fluctuations, Title = {Fluctuations, intermittency, and controllable chaos in biological coordination},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Ding, M.},
      Journal = {Variability and motor control},
      Year = {1993},
      Pages = {291--316},
      Publisher = {Human Kinetics Champaign, IL}
    }
  • [1993,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, M. Ding, and G. Schöner, "Dynamic pattern formation: A primer.," , 1993.
    @Article{Kelso1993, Title = {Dynamic pattern formation: A primer.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Ding, M. and Sch{\"o}ner, G.},
      Year = {1993},
      Publisher = {The MIT Press}
    }
  • [1992,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso and J. Jeka, "Symmetry breaking dynamics of human multilimb coordination.," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol. 18, iss. 3, p. 645, 1992.
    @Article{kelso1992symmetry, Title = {Symmetry breaking dynamics of human multilimb coordination.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Jeka, JJ},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {1992},
      Number = {3},
      Pages = {645},
      Volume = {18},
      Publisher = {American Psychological Association}
    }
  • [1992,article] bibtex
    G. Schöner, P. G. Zanone, and J. A. S. Kelso, "Learning as change of coordination dynamics: Theory and experiment," Journal of Motor Behavior, vol. 24, iss. 1, pp. 29-48, 1992.
    @Article{schoner1992learning, Title = {Learning as change of coordination dynamics: Theory and experiment},
      Author = {Sch{\"o}ner, G. and Zanone, P.G. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Motor Behavior},
      Year = {1992},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {29--48},
      Volume = {24},
      Publisher = {Taylor \& Francis}
    }
  • [1992,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, "The intermittent dynamics of coordination.," , 1992.
    @Article{kelso1992intermittent, Title = {The intermittent dynamics of coordination.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Year = {1992},
      Publisher = {North-Holland}
    }
  • [1992,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, S. Bressler, S. Buchanan, G. DeGuzman, M. Ding, A. Fuchs, and T. Holroyd, "A phase transition in human brain and behavior," Physics Letters A, vol. 169, iss. 3, pp. 134-144, 1992.
    @Article{kelso1992phase, Title = {A phase transition in human brain and behavior},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Bressler, SL and Buchanan, S. and DeGuzman, GC and Ding, M. and Fuchs, A. and Holroyd, T.},
      Journal = {Physics Letters A},
      Year = {1992},
      Number = {3},
      Pages = {134--144},
      Volume = {169},
      Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }
  • [1992,article] bibtex
    P. Case, B. Tuller, J. A. S. Kelso, and M. Ding, "Evidence for bistability in the region of perceptual boundaries," Acoustical Society of America Journal, vol. 92, pp. 2413-2414, 1992.
    @Article{case1992evidence, Title = {Evidence for bistability in the region of perceptual boundaries},
      Author = {Case, P. and Tuller, B. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Ding, M.},
      Journal = {Acoustical Society of America Journal},
      Year = {1992},
      Pages = {2413--2414},
      Volume = {92}
    }
  • [1992,article] bibtex
    A. Fuchs, J. A. S. Kelso, and H. Haken, "Phase transitions in the human brain: Spatial mode dynamics," International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, vol. 2, iss. 4, pp. 917-939, 1992.
    @Article{fuchs1992phase, Title = {Phase transitions in the human brain: Spatial mode dynamics},
      Author = {Fuchs, A. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Haken, H.},
      Journal = {International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos},
      Year = {1992},
      Number = {4},
      Pages = {917--939},
      Volume = {2}
    }
  • [1992,article] bibtex
    S. A. Wallace, E. Stevenson, D. L. Weeks, and J. Kelso, "The perceptual guidance of grasping a moving object," Human movement science, vol. 11, iss. 6, pp. 691-715, 1992.
    @Article{wallace1992perceptual, Title = {The perceptual guidance of grasping a moving object},
      Author = {Wallace, S.A. and Stevenson, E. and Weeks, D.L. and Kelso, JA},
      Journal = {Human movement science},
      Year = {1992},
      Number = {6},
      Pages = {691--715},
      Volume = {11},
      Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }
  • [1992,article] bibtex
    P. G. Zanone and J. Kelso, "Evolution of behavioral attractors with learning: Nonequilibrium phase transitions.," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol. 18, iss. 2, p. 403, 1992.
    @Article{zanone1992evolution, Title = {Evolution of behavioral attractors with learning: Nonequilibrium phase transitions.},
      Author = {Zanone, P.G. and Kelso, JA},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {1992},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {403},
      Volume = {18},
      Publisher = {American Psychological Association}
    }
  • [1991,article] bibtex
    G. DeGuzman and J. A. S. Kelso, "Multifrequency behavioral patterns and the phase attractive circle map," Biological Cybernetics, vol. 64, iss. 6, pp. 485-495, 1991.
    @Article{deguzman1991multifrequency, Title = {Multifrequency behavioral patterns and the phase attractive circle map},
      Author = {DeGuzman, GC and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Biological Cybernetics},
      Year = {1991},
      Number = {6},
      Pages = {485--495},
      Volume = {64},
      Publisher = {Springer}
    }
  • [1991,article] bibtex
    B. Tuller and J. A. S. Kelso, "The production and perception of syllable structure," Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, vol. 34, iss. 3, p. 501, 1991.
    @Article{tuller1991production, Title = {The production and perception of syllable structure},
      Author = {Tuller, B. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Speech and Hearing Research},
      Year = {1991},
      Number = {3},
      Pages = {501},
      Volume = {34},
      Publisher = {ASHA}
    }
  • [1991,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, J. Buchanan, and S. Wallace, "Order parameters for the neural organization of single, multijoint limb movement patterns," Experimental Brain Research, vol. 85, iss. 2, pp. 432-444, 1991.
    @Article{kelso1991order, Title = {Order parameters for the neural organization of single, multijoint limb movement patterns},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Buchanan, JJ and Wallace, SA},
      Journal = {Experimental Brain Research},
      Year = {1991},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {432--444},
      Volume = {85},
      Publisher = {Springer}
    }
  • [1991,article] bibtex
    B. A. Kay, E. L. Saltzman, and J. Kelso, "Steady-state and perturbed rhythmical movements: A dynamical analysis.," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol. 17, iss. 1, p. 183, 1991.
    @Article{kay1991steady, Title = {Steady-state and perturbed rhythmical movements: A dynamical analysis.},
      Author = {Kay, B.A. and Saltzman, E.L. and Kelso, JA},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {1991},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {183},
      Volume = {17},
      Publisher = {American Psychological Association}
    }
  • [1990,article] bibtex
    J. Scholz and J. Kelso, "Intentional switching between patterns of bimanual coordination depends on the intrinsic dynamics of the patterns.," Journal of Motor Behavior, 1990.
    @Article{scholz1990intentional, Title = {Intentional switching between patterns of bimanual coordination depends on the intrinsic dynamics of the patterns.},
      Author = {Scholz, JP and Kelso, JA},
      Journal = {Journal of Motor Behavior},
      Year = {1990},
      Publisher = {Heldref Publications}
    }
  • [1990,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, J. Del Colle, and G. Schöner, "Action-perception as a pattern formation process.," , 1990.
    @Article{kelso1990action, Title = {Action-perception as a pattern formation process.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Del Colle, JD and Sch{\"o}ner, G.},
      Year = {1990},
      Publisher = {Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc}
    }
  • [1990,article] bibtex
    G. Schöner, W. Jiang, and J. A. S. Kelso, "A synergetic theory of quadrupedal gaits and gait transitions*," Journal of theoretical Biology, vol. 142, iss. 3, pp. 359-391, 1990.
    @Article{schoner1990synergetic, Title = {A synergetic theory of quadrupedal gaits and gait transitions*},
      Author = {Sch{\"o}ner, G. and Jiang, WY and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of theoretical Biology},
      Year = {1990},
      Number = {3},
      Pages = {359--391},
      Volume = {142},
      Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }
  • [1989,article] bibtex
    B. Tuller and J. A. S. Kelso, "Environmentally-specified patterns of movement coordination in normal and split-brain subjects," Experimental Brain Research, vol. 75, iss. 2, pp. 306-316, 1989.
    @Article{tuller1989environmentally, Title = {Environmentally-specified patterns of movement coordination in normal and split-brain subjects},
      Author = {Tuller, B. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Experimental Brain Research},
      Year = {1989},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {306--316},
      Volume = {75},
      Publisher = {Springer}
    }
  • [1989,article] bibtex
    J. Scholz and J. Kelso, "A quantitative approach to understanding the formation and change of coordinated movement patterns.," Journal of Motor Behavior; Journal of Motor Behavior, 1989.
    @Article{scholz1989quantitative, Title = {A quantitative approach to understanding the formation and change of coordinated movement patterns.},
      Author = {Scholz, JP and Kelso, JA},
      Journal = {Journal of Motor Behavior; Journal of Motor Behavior},
      Year = {1989},
      Publisher = {Heldref Publications}
    }
  • [1988,article] bibtex
    G. Schöner and J. A. S. Kelso, "A synergetic theory of environmentally-specified and learned patterns of movement coordination," Biological Cybernetics, vol. 58, iss. 2, pp. 71-80, 1988.
    @Article{schoner1988synergetic, Title = {A synergetic theory of environmentally-specified and learned patterns of movement coordination},
      Author = {Sch{\"o}ner, G. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Biological Cybernetics},
      Year = {1988},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {71--80},
      Volume = {58},
      Publisher = {Springer}
    }
  • [1988,article] bibtex
    G. Schoner and J. Kelso, "Dynamic pattern generation in behavioral and neural systems," Science, vol. 239, iss. 4847, p. 1513, 1988.
    @Article{Schoner1988, Title = {Dynamic pattern generation in behavioral and neural systems},
      Author = {Schoner, G. and Kelso, JA},
      Journal = {Science},
      Year = {1988},
      Number = {4847},
      Pages = {1513},
      Volume = {239},
      Publisher = {American Association for the Advancement of Science}
    }
  • [1988,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso and G. Schöner, "Self-organization of coordinative movement patterns," Human Movement Science, vol. 7, iss. 1, pp. 27-46, 1988.
    @Article{kelso1988self, Title = {Self-organization of coordinative movement patterns},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Sch{\"o}ner, G.},
      Journal = {Human Movement Science},
      Year = {1988},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {27--46},
      Volume = {7},
      Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }
  • [1988,article] bibtex , download
    G. Schoner and J. A. S. Kelso, "A dynamic pattern theory of behavioral change*," Journal of Theoretical Biology, vol. 135, iss. 4, pp. 501-524, 1988.
    @Article{Schoner1988a, Title = {A dynamic pattern theory of behavioral change*},
      Author = {Schoner, G. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Theoretical Biology},
      Year = {1988},
      Number = {4},
      Pages = {501--524},
      Volume = {135},
      Publisher = {Elsevier},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/Schoner_Kelso_1988.pdf}
    }
  • [1987,article] bibtex
    E. Thelen, J. A. S. Kelso, and A. Fogel, "Self-organizing systems and infant motor development," Developmental Review, vol. 7, iss. 1, pp. 39-65, 1987.
    @Article{thelen1987self, Title = {Self-organizing systems and infant motor development},
      Author = {Thelen, E. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Fogel, A.},
      Journal = {Developmental Review},
      Year = {1987},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {39--65},
      Volume = {7},
      Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }
  • [1987,article] bibtex
    E. Saltzman and J. Kelso, "Skilled actions: A task-dynamic approach.," Psychological Review, vol. 94, iss. 1, p. 84, 1987.
    @Article{saltzman1987skilled, Title = {Skilled actions: A task-dynamic approach.},
      Author = {Saltzman, E. and Kelso, JA},
      Journal = {Psychological Review},
      Year = {1987},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {84},
      Volume = {94},
      Publisher = {American Psychological Association}
    }
  • [1987,article] bibtex
    B. Kay, J. A. S. Kelso, E. Saltzman, and G. Schöner, "Space–time behavior of single and bimanual rhythmical movements: Data and limit cycle model.," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol. 13, iss. 2, p. 178, 1987.
    @Article{kay1987space, Title = {Space--time behavior of single and bimanual rhythmical movements: Data and limit cycle model.},
      Author = {Kay, BA and Kelso, J.A.S. and Saltzman, EL and Sch{\"o}ner, G.},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {1987},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {178},
      Volume = {13},
      Publisher = {American Psychological Association}
    }
  • [1987,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, G. Schöner, J. Scholz, and H. Haken, "Phase-locked modes, phase transitions and component oscillators in biological motion," Physica Scripta, vol. 35, p. 79, 1987.
    @Article{kelso1987phase, Title = {Phase-locked modes, phase transitions and component oscillators in biological motion},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Sch{\"o}ner, G. and Scholz, JP and Haken, H.},
      Journal = {Physica Scripta},
      Year = {1987},
      Pages = {79},
      Volume = {35},
      Publisher = {IOP Publishing}
    }
  • [1987,article] bibtex
    J. Scholz, J. A. S. Kelso, and G. Schöner, "Nonequilibrium phase transitions in coordinated biological motion: critical slowing down and switching time," Physics Letters A, vol. 123, iss. 8, pp. 390-394, 1987.
    @Article{scholz1987nonequilibrium, Title = {Nonequilibrium phase transitions in coordinated biological motion: critical slowing down and switching time},
      Author = {Scholz, JP and Kelso, J.A.S. and Sch{\"o}ner, G.},
      Journal = {Physics Letters A},
      Year = {1987},
      Number = {8},
      Pages = {390--394},
      Volume = {123},
      Publisher = {North-Holland}
    }
  • [1986,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, J. Scholz, and G. Schöner, "Nonequilibrium phase transitions in coordinated biological motion: Critical fluctuations," Physics Letters A, vol. 118, iss. 6, pp. 279-284, 1986.
    @Article{kelso1986nonequilibrium, Title = {Nonequilibrium phase transitions in coordinated biological motion: Critical fluctuations},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Scholz, JP and Sch{\"o}ner, G.},
      Journal = {Physics Letters A},
      Year = {1986},
      Number = {6},
      Pages = {279--284},
      Volume = {118},
      Publisher = {North-Holland}
    }
  • [1986,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, E. L. Saltzman, and B. Tuller, "The dynamical perspective on speech production: Data and theory.," Journal of Phonetics, 1986.
    @Article{kelso1986dynamical, Title = {The dynamical perspective on speech production: Data and theory.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Saltzman, E.L. and Tuller, B.},
      Journal = {Journal of Phonetics},
      Year = {1986},
      Publisher = {Elsevier Science}
    }
  • [1986,article] bibtex
    G. Schöner, H. Haken, and J. A. S. Kelso, "A stochastic theory of phase transitions in human hand movement," Biological Cybernetics, vol. 53, iss. 4, pp. 247-257, 1986.
    @Article{schoner1986stochastic, Title = {A stochastic theory of phase transitions in human hand movement},
      Author = {Sch{\"o}ner, G. and Haken, H. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Biological Cybernetics},
      Year = {1986},
      Number = {4},
      Pages = {247--257},
      Volume = {53},
      Publisher = {Springer}
    }
  • [1985,article] bibtex
    B. Kay, "A qualitative dynamic analysis of reiterant speech production: Phase portraits, kinematics, and dynamic modeling," , 1985.
    @Article{kay1985qualitative, Title = {A qualitative dynamic analysis of reiterant speech production: Phase portraits, kinematics, and dynamic modeling},
      Author = {Kay, B.},
      Year = {1985}
    }
  • [1985,article] bibtex
    H. Haken, J. A. S. Kelso, and H. Bunz, "A theoretical model of phase transitions in human hand movements," Biological cybernetics, vol. 51, iss. 5, pp. 347-356, 1985.
    @Article{haken1985theoretical, Title = {A theoretical model of phase transitions in human hand movements},
      Author = {Haken, H. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Bunz, H.},
      Journal = {Biological cybernetics},
      Year = {1985},
      Number = {5},
      Pages = {347--356},
      Volume = {51},
      Publisher = {Springer}
    }
  • [1984,article] bibtex
    J. S. Kelso, B. Tuller, E. Vatikiotis-Bateson, and C. A. Fowler, "Functionally specific articulatory cooperation following jaw perturbations during speech: evidence for coordinative structures.," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol. 10, iss. 6, p. 812, 1984.
    @Article{kelso1984functionally, Title = {Functionally specific articulatory cooperation following jaw perturbations during speech: evidence for coordinative structures.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.S. and Tuller, B. and Vatikiotis-Bateson, E. and Fowler, C.A.},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {1984},
      Number = {6},
      Pages = {812},
      Volume = {10},
      Publisher = {American Psychological Association}
    }
  • [1984,article] bibtex
    J. Kelso, "Phase transitions and critical behavior in human bimanual coordination," American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, vol. 246, iss. 6, p. r1000-r1004, 1984.
    @Article{kelso1984phase, Title = {Phase transitions and critical behavior in human bimanual coordination},
      Author = {Kelso, JA},
      Journal = {American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology},
      Year = {1984},
      Number = {6},
      Pages = {R1000--R1004},
      Volume = {246},
      Publisher = {Am Physiological Soc}
    }
  • [1984,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso and B. Tuller, "A dynamical basis for action systems," Handbook of cognitive neuroscience, pp. 321-356, 1984.
    @Article{kelso1984dynamical, Title = {A dynamical basis for action systems},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Tuller, B.},
      Journal = {Handbook of cognitive neuroscience},
      Year = {1984},
      Pages = {321--356},
      Publisher = {Plenum Press New York}
    }
  • [1984,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, B. Tuller, E. Vatikiotis-Bateson, and C. A. Fowler, "Functionally specific articulatory cooperation following jaw perturbations during speech: evidence for coordinative structures.," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol. 10, iss. 6, p. 812, 1984.
    @Article{Kelso1984, Title = {Functionally specific articulatory cooperation following jaw perturbations during speech: evidence for coordinative structures.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Tuller, B. and Vatikiotis-Bateson, E. and Fowler, C.A.},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {1984},
      Number = {6},
      Pages = {812},
      Volume = {10},
      Publisher = {American Psychological Association}
    }
  • [1983,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, C. A. Putnam, and D. Goodman, "On the space-time structure of human interlimb co-ordination," The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, vol. 35, iss. 2, pp. 347-375, 1983.
    @Article{kelso1983space, Title = {On the space-time structure of human interlimb co-ordination},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Putnam, C.A. and Goodman, D.},
      Journal = {The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology},
      Year = {1983},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {347--375},
      Volume = {35},
      Publisher = {Taylor \& Francis}
    }
  • [1983,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, B. Tuller, and K. S. Harris, "A" dynamic pattern" perspective on the control and coordination of movement," The production of speech, pp. 137-173, 1983.
    @Article{kelso1983dynamic, Title = {A" dynamic pattern" perspective on the control and coordination of movement},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Tuller, B. and Harris, K.S.},
      Journal = {The production of speech},
      Year = {1983},
      Pages = {137--173},
      Publisher = {Springer Verlag: New York}
    }
  • [1982,article] bibtex
    P. Kugler, J. A. S. Kelso, and M. Turvey, "On the control and coordination of naturally developing systems," The development of movement control and coordination, pp. 5-78, 1982.
    @Article{kugler1982control, Title = {On the control and coordination of naturally developing systems},
      Author = {Kugler, PN and Kelso, J.A.S. and Turvey, MT},
      Journal = {The development of movement control and coordination},
      Year = {1982},
      Pages = {5--78},
      Publisher = {Wiley New York}
    }
  • [1981,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, "On the oscillatory basis of movement," Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, vol. 18, iss. 63, p. 9, 1981.
    @Article{kelso1981oscillatory, Title = {On the oscillatory basis of movement},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society},
      Year = {1981},
      Number = {63},
      Pages = {9},
      Volume = {18}
    }
  • [1981,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, "Contrasting perspectives on order and regulation in movement," Attention and performance IX, pp. 437-457, 1981.
    @Article{kelso1981contrasting, Title = {Contrasting perspectives on order and regulation in movement},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Attention and performance IX},
      Year = {1981},
      Pages = {437--457},
      Publisher = {Erlbaum Hillsdale, NJ}
    }
  • [1981,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, K. G. Holt, P. Rubin, P. N. Kugler, and others, "Patterns of human interlimb coordination emerge from the properties of non-linear, limit cycle oscillatory processes: Theory and data," Journal of motor behavior, vol. 13, iss. 4, pp. 226-261, 1981.
    @Article{kelso1981patterns, Title = {Patterns of human interlimb coordination emerge from the properties of non-linear, limit cycle oscillatory processes: Theory and data},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Holt, K.G. and Rubin, P. and Kugler, P.N. and others},
      Journal = {Journal of motor behavior},
      Year = {1981},
      Number = {4},
      Pages = {226--261},
      Volume = {13},
      Publisher = {Heldref Publications}
    }
  • [1980,article] bibtex
    D. Goodman and J. A. S. Kelso, "Are movements prepared in parts? Not under compatible (naturalized) conditions.," Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, vol. 109, iss. 4, p. 475, 1980.
    @Article{goodman1980movements, Title = {Are movements prepared in parts? Not under compatible (naturalized) conditions.},
      Author = {Goodman, D. and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: General},
      Year = {1980},
      Number = {4},
      Pages = {475},
      Volume = {109},
      Publisher = {American Psychological Association}
    }
  • [1980,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, K. Holt, P. Kugler, and M. Turvey, "On the concept of coordinative structures as dissipative structures: II. Empirical lines of convergence," Tutorials in motor behavior, pp. 49-70, 1980.
    @Article{kelso1980concept, Title = {On the concept of coordinative structures as dissipative structures: II. Empirical lines of convergence},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Holt, KG and Kugler, PN and Turvey, MT},
      Journal = {Tutorials in motor behavior},
      Year = {1980},
      Pages = {49--70},
      Publisher = {North-Holland Amsterdam}
    }
  • [1980,article] bibtex
    P. N. Kugler, J. A. S. Kelso, and M. Turvey, "On the concept of coordinative structures as dissipative structures: I. Theoretical lines of convergence," Tutorials in motor behavior, vol. 3, p. 47, 1980.
    @Article{kugler1980concept, Title = {On the concept of coordinative structures as dissipative structures: I. Theoretical lines of convergence},
      Author = {Kugler, P.N. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Turvey, MT},
      Journal = {Tutorials in motor behavior},
      Year = {1980},
      Pages = {47},
      Volume = {3}
    }
  • [1980,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, K. G. Holt, and others, "Exploring a vibratory systems analysis of human movement production," Journal of Neurophysiology, vol. 43, iss. 5, pp. 1183-1196, 1980.
    @Article{kelso1980exploring, Title = {Exploring a vibratory systems analysis of human movement production},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Holt, K.G. and others},
      Journal = {Journal of Neurophysiology},
      Year = {1980},
      Number = {5},
      Pages = {1183--1196},
      Volume = {43},
      Publisher = {American Physiological Society}
    }
  • [1979,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Kelso, "Motor‑sensory feedback formulations: Are we asking the right questions?," The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, vol. 2, pp. 72-73, 1979.
    @Article{kelso_motorsensory_1979, Title = {Motor‑sensory feedback formulations: Are we asking the right questions?},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {The Behavioral and Brain Sciences},
      Year = {1979},
      Pages = {72--73},
      Volume = {2},
      Url = {http://www.haskins.yale.edu/sr/SR061/SR061_02.pdf}
    }
  • [1979,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, D. L. Southard, and D. Goodman, "On the coordination of two-handed movements.," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol. 5, iss. 2, p. 229, 1979.
    @Article{kelso1979coordination, Title = {On the coordination of two-handed movements.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Southard, D.L. and Goodman, D.},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {1979},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {229},
      Volume = {5},
      Publisher = {American Psychological Association}
    }
  • [1979,article] bibtex , download
    J. Kelso, D. L. Southard, and D. Goodman, "On the nature of human interlimb coordination," Science, vol. 203, iss. 4384, p. 1029, 1979.
    @Article{kelso1979nature, Title = {On the nature of human interlimb coordination},
      Author = {Kelso, J.AS. and Southard, D.L. and Goodman, D.},
      Journal = {Science},
      Year = {1979},
      Number = {4384},
      Pages = {1029},
      Volume = {203},
      Publisher = {American Association for the Advancement of Science},
      Url = {http://www.ccs.fau.edu/section_links/HBBLv2/Publications/pubs/Kelso_Science_1979.pdf}
    }
  • [1977,article] bibtex
    E. A. . Roy and J. A. S. Kelso, "Movement cues in motor memory: Precueing versus postcueing.," Journal of Human Movement Studies, vol. 3, p. 232, 1977.
    @Article{roy_movement_1977, Title = {Movement cues in motor memory: Precueing versus postcueing.},
      Author = {Roy, {E.A.} and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Human Movement Studies},
      Year = {1977},
      Pages = {232‑239},
      Volume = {3}
    }
  • [1977,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Kelso, "Motor control mechanisms underlying human movement reproduction," Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance, vol. 3, iss. 4, pp. 529-543, 1977.
    @Article{kelso_motor_1977, Title = {Motor control mechanisms underlying human movement reproduction},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {1977},
      Month = nov, Note = {{PMID:} 915448},
      Number = {4},
      Pages = {529--543},
      Volume = {3},
      ISSN = {0096-1523},
      Keywords = {Humans, Kinesthesis, Motor Cortex, Motor Neurons, Movement, Skin Physiological Phenomena, Touch, Wrist Joint},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/915448}
    }
  • [1977,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, "Planning and efferent components in the coding of movement.," Journal of Motor Behavior, vol. 9, pp. 33-47, 1977.
    @Article{kelso_planning_1977, Title = {Planning and efferent components in the coding of movement.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Motor Behavior},
      Year = {1977},
      Pages = {33--47},
      Volume = {9}
    }
  • [1977,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, "Motor control mechanisms underlying human movement reproduction.," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol. 3, iss. 4, p. 529, 1977.
    @Article{kelso1977motor, Title = {Motor control mechanisms underlying human movement reproduction.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {1977},
      Number = {4},
      Pages = {529},
      Volume = {3},
      Publisher = {American Psychological Association}
    }
  • [1976,article] bibtex , download
    G. E. . Stelmach, J. A. S. Kelso, and P. D. . McCullagh, "Preselection and response biasing in short-term motor memory," Memory \& Cognition, vol. 4, iss. 1, pp. 62-66, 1976.
    @Article{stelmach_preselection_1976, Title = {Preselection and response biasing in short-term motor memory},
      Author = {Stelmach, {G.E.} and Kelso, J.A.S. and {McCullagh},
      {P.D.}},
      Journal = {Memory \& Cognition},
      Year = {1976},
      Month = jan, Note = {{PMID:} 21286960},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {62--66},
      Volume = {4},
      Abstract = {Two experiments were performed comparing preselected (subject defined) and constrained (experimenter defined) movements. In the first experiment, subjects made reproduction responses immediately or under unfilled and filled 15-sec retention intervals. Results indicated that recall of preselected movements was clearly superior until the interpolation of information processing activity. In addition, preselected movements demonstrated no forgetting over a 15-sec retention interval while constrained movements evidenced spontaneous memory lass, suggesting that preselected movements possess a stronger representation in memory. The second experiment examined this interpretation in a response biasing paradigm. Subjects made criterion responses under preselected or constrained conditions, while the interpolated movement was always in the constrained mode and ± 40 deg from the criterion. The subjects' task was to attend to both movements and recall each when instructed. While preselected recall was clearly superior' to constrained recall, response biasing was clearly evident in both. The failure to find differential biasing effects was discussed in terms of the relative trace strength hypothesis {(Stelmach} \& Welsh, 1972).},
      Doi = {10.3758/BF03213256},
      ISSN = {{0090-502X}},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21286960}
    }
  • [1976,article] bibtex
    D. D. . Larish, R. Desjardins, J. A. S. Kelso, G. E. . Stelmach, and S. A. . Wallace, "Augmenting preselected and constrained movements with afferent information.," Medicine and Science in Sports., 1976.
    @Article{larish_augmenting_1976, Title = {Augmenting preselected and constrained movements with afferent information.},
      Author = {Larish, {D.D.} and Desjardins, R. and Kelso, J.A.S. and Stelmach, {G.E.} and Wallace, {S.A.}},
      Journal = {Medicine and Science in Sports.},
      Year = {1976}
    }
  • [1976,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, G. E. . Stelmach, and W. M. . Wanamaker, "The continuing saga of the nerve compression block.," Journal of Motor Behavior, vol. 8, pp. 155-160, 1976.
    @Article{kelso_continuing_1976, Title = {The continuing saga of the nerve compression block.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Stelmach, {G.E.} and Wanamaker, {W.M.}},
      Journal = {Journal of Motor Behavior},
      Year = {1976},
      Pages = {155--160},
      Volume = {8}
    }
  • [1975,article] bibtex , download
    G. E. . Stelmach, J. A. S. Kelso, and S. A. . Wallace, "Preselection in short-term motor memory," Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Learning and Memory, vol. 1, iss. 6, pp. 745-755, 1975.
    @Article{stelmach_preselection_1975, Title = {Preselection in short-term motor memory},
      Author = {Stelmach, {G.E.} and Kelso, J.A.S. and Wallace, {S.A.}},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Learning and Memory},
      Year = {1975},
      Month = nov, Note = {{PMID:} 1185117},
      Number = {6},
      Pages = {745--755},
      Volume = {1},
      Abstract = {Recent studies by Jones (1974) have posited that accurate movements in short-term motor memory {(STMM)} are mediated by the subject's ability to preset effector mechanisms and monitor their efferent output. Three experiments were conducted to examine this hypothesis. Experiment 1 involved comparisons between the reproduction of the end-location and the reproduction of the distance of a preselected movement. The results revealed that preselected location was superior to preselected distance, indicating that the efference attached to movement extent was not primary. Experiment 2 examined whether location cues were primarily encoded independent of the movement presentation mode. The subjects recalled target locations under preselected, constrained, and passive movement conditions. Recall in the preselected condition was superior to that in the constrained and passive conditions, which showed no difference, suggesting that afferent location information per se was not totally responsible for recall accuracy. Experiment 3 examined the processing requirements of preselected, constrained, and passive location information by filling the retention interval with interpolated processing activity. While preselected location was clearly superior, the three conditions were not differentially affected by processing activity. These overall findings were interpreted as contrary to Jones (1974) and pointed to the importance of preselection in short-term motor memory.},
      ISSN = {0096-1515},
      Keywords = {Cues, Feedback, Female, Humans, Male, Memory, {Short-Term},
      Motor Activity, Space Perception},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1185117}
    }
  • [1975,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Kelso, S. A. . Wallace, G. E. . Stelmach, and G. A. . Weitz, "Sensory and motor impairment in the nerve compression block," The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, vol. 27, iss. 1, pp. 123-129, 1975.
    @Article{kelso_sensory_1975, Title = {Sensory and motor impairment in the nerve compression block},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Wallace, {S.A.} and Stelmach, {G.E.} and Weitz, {G.A.}},
      Journal = {The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology},
      Year = {1975},
      Month = feb, Note = {{PMID:} 1114253},
      Number = {1},
      Pages = {123--129},
      Volume = {27},
      ISSN = {{0033-555X}},
      Keywords = {Humans, Kinesthesis, Male, Motor Activity, Nerve Compression Syndromes, Time Factors, Touch},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1114253}
    }
  • [1975,article] bibtex , download
    J. A. S. Kelso, E. Cook, M. E. . Olson, and W. Epstein, "Allocation of attention and the locus of adaptation to displaced vision," Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance, vol. 1, iss. 3, pp. 237-245, 1975.
    @Article{kelso_allocation_1975, Title = {Allocation of attention and the locus of adaptation to displaced vision},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Cook, E. and Olson, {M.E.} and Epstein, W.},
      Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance},
      Year = {1975},
      Month = aug, Note = {{PMID:} 1202146},
      Number = {3},
      Pages = {237--245},
      Volume = {1},
      Abstract = {Experimental subjects were exposed to prism-induced visual displacement of a target whose location was correctly given by proprioceptive-kinesthetic information. Control subjects were exposed alternately to visual displacement or proprioceptive-kinesthetic location information. During the adaptation period, experimental subjects in the visual attention condition performed a localization task that directed them to attend selectively to the visual modality; experimental subjects in the proprioceptive attention condition attended selectively to the proprioceptive modaltiy; control subjects performed the task on the basis of the available modality. Measures of adaptation and aftereffect were secured separately in each of the two modalities. These confirmed the predictions that the shifts in the experimental conditions would be confirmed to localization tests dependent on the unattended modality and that control subjects would not exhibit adaptation. We proposed that allocation of attention determines situational dominance and that dominance determines the locus of adaptation. The findings were compared to those reported by Canon (1970) and were applied to a reassessment of the "visual capture" phenomenon.},
      ISSN = {0096-1523},
      Keywords = {Adaptation, Physiological, Adolescent, Attention, Female, Humans, Male, Proprioception, Touch, Visual Fields, Visual Perception},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1202146}
    }
  • [1974,article] bibtex
    J. A. S. Kelso, G. E. . Stelmach, and W. M. . Wanamaker, "Behavioral and neurological parameters of the nerve compression block.," Journal of Motor Behavior, vol. 6, pp. 179-190, 1974.
    @Article{kelso_behavioral_1974, Title = {Behavioral and neurological parameters of the nerve compression block.},
      Author = {Kelso, J.A.S. and Stelmach, {G.E.} and Wanamaker, {W.M.}},
      Journal = {Journal of Motor Behavior},
      Year = {1974},
      Pages = {179--190},
      Volume = {6}
    }
  • [1973,article] bibtex , download
    G. E. . Stelmach and J. A. S. Kelso, "Distance and location cues in short-term motor memory," Perceptual and Motor Skills, vol. 37, iss. 2, pp. 403-406, 1973.
    @Article{stelmach_distance_1973, Title = {Distance and location cues in short-term motor memory},
      Author = {Stelmach, {G.E.} and Kelso, J.A.S.},
      Journal = {Perceptual and Motor Skills},
      Year = {1973},
      Month = oct, Note = {{PMID:} 4747355},
      Number = {2},
      Pages = {403--406},
      Volume = {37},
      ISSN = {0031-5125},
      Keywords = {Adolescent, Adult, Cues, Distance Perception, Female, Humans, Kinesthesis, Male, Memory, {Short-Term},
      Motor Skills, Orientation},
      Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4747355}
    }