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* Refereed Publication + Invited Publications
*Bair, W.N., Barela, J.A., Whitall, J., Jeka, J.J., & Clark, J.E. (under review). Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder need both touch and vision for static postural control. Gait & Posture.
*King, B.R. Harring, J., Oliveira, M.A., & Clark, J.E. (in press). Statistically characterizing intra- and inter-individual variability in children with developmental coordination disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities. PubMed Link.
*Pangelinan, M.M., Kagerer, F.A., Momen, B., Hatfield, B.D., & Clark, J.E. (in press). Electrocortical dynamics reflect age-related differences in movement kinematics in children and adults. Cerebral Cortex. PubMed Link.
*Pangelinan, M.M., Zhang, G., VanMeter, J.W., Clark, J.E., Hatfield, B.D., & Haufler, A.J. (in press). Beyond age and gender: Relationships between cortical and subcortical brain volume and cognitive- motor ability in school-age children. NeuroImage. PubMed Link.
*Roche, R., Wilms-Floet, A.M., Clark, J.E., & Whitall, J. (in press). Auditory and visual information do not self-paced affect bilateral finger tapping in children with DCD. Human Movement Science.
*King, B.R., Pangelinan, M.M., Kagerer, F.A., &Clark, J.E. (2010). Improvements in proprioceptive functioning influence multisensory-motor integration in 7- to 13-year-old children. Neuroscience Letters, 483, 36-40. PubMed Link.
*King, B.R., Kagerer, F.A., Contreras-Vidal, J.L., & Clark, J.E. (2009). Evidence for multisensory spatial-to-motor transformations in aiming movements of children. Journal of Neurophysiology, 101, 315-322. PDF.
*Bo, J. Bastian, A.J., Contreras-Vidal, J.L., Kagerer, F.A., & Clark, J.E. (2008). Continuous and discontinuous drawing: High temporal variability exists only in discontinuous circling in young children. Journal of Motor Behavior, 40, 391-399. PDF.
*Chen, L-C, Metcalfe, J.M., Chang, T-Y., Jeka, J.J.,& Clark, J.E. (2008). The development of infant upright posture: Sway less or sway differently? Experimental Brain Research, 186, 293-303. PDF.
*Oliveira, M.A., Hsu, J., Park,J., Clark, J.E., & Shim, J.K. (2008). Age-related changes in multi-finger interactions in adults during maximum voluntary finger force production tasks. Human Movement Science, 27, 714-727. PDF.
*Mackenzie, S., Getchell, N., Deutsch, K., Wilms-Floet, A., Clark, J.E., & Whitall, J. (2008). Multi-limb coordination and rhythmic variability under varying sensory availability conditions in children with DCD. Human Movement Science, 27, 256-269. PDF.
*Bo, J., Bastian, A.J., Kagerer, F.A., Contreras-Vidal, J.L., & Clark, J.E. (2008). Temporal variability in continuous versus discontinuous drawing for children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. Neuroscience Letters, 431, 215-220. PDF.
*Whitall, J., Chang, T-Y, Horn, C.L., Jung-Potter, J., McMenamin, S., Wilms-Floet, A., & Clark, J.E. (2008). Auditory-motor coupling of bilateral finger tapping in children with and without DCD compared to adults. Human Movement Science, 27, 914-931. PDF.
+Clark, J.E. (2008). Kinesiology in the 21st century: A preface. Quest, 60, 1-2. PDF.
*Bo, J., Block, H.J., Clark, J.E., & Bastian, A.J. (2008). A cerebellar deficit in sensorimotor prediction can explain movement timing variability. Journal of Neurophysiology, 100, 2825-2832. PDF.