Other Lab Projects

Overview

In addition to the identified research themes, we have conducted several neuroimaging and behavioral studies that explored what could be termed 'motor cognition' and other more cognitive systems.  Most of these research lines  are not currently active. 

Key research areas:

  • Motor sequence learning
  • Transitive inference
  • Motor attention
  • Experimental design for MRI physics experiments

Publications  (If you download PDF versions of the publications, you have tacitly agreed to Fair Use policies.)

  • Acuna, B. D., J. C. Eliassen, J. N. Sanes, and J. P. Donoghue  (2002)  Frontal and parietal lobe activation during transitive inference in humans.  Cerebral Cortex 12:1312-1321.  Pubmed citation | Download pdf
  • Acuna, B. D., J. N. Sanes, and J. P. Donoghue  (2002)  Cognitive mechanisms of transitive inference.  Experimental Brain Research 146:1-10.  Pubmed citation | Download pdf
  • Hagberg, G. E., I. Indovina, J. N. Sanes, and S. Posse (2002) Real time quantification of T2* changes using multi-echo planar imaging and numerical methods.  Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 48:877-882.  Pubmed citation |Download pdf
  • Eliassen, J. C., T. Souza and J. N. Sanes (2001) Human brain activation accompanying explicitly directed movement sequence learning.  Experimental Brain Research, 141: 269-280.  Pubmed citation | Download pdf
  • Hagberg, G. E., G. Zito, F. Patria F, and J. N. Sanes JN (2001) Improved detection of event-related functional MRI signals using probability functions.  NeuroImage, 14:1193-1205.   Pubmed citation | Download pdf
  • Indovina I. and J. N. Sanes (2001) Combined visual attention and finger movement effects on human brain representations.  Experimental Brain Research, 140: 265-279.  Pubmed citation | Download pdf