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Robert S. Turner
Robert S. Turner
Professor of Neurobiology, University of Pittsburgh
Verified email at pitt.edu
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Role of the posterior parietal cortex in updating reaching movements to a visual target.
M Desmurget, CM Epstein, RS Turner, C Prablanc, GE Alexander, ...
Nature neuroscience 2 (6), 1999
9851999
Treatment of advanced Parkinson's disease by posterior GPi pallidotomy: 1‐year results of a pilot study
MS Baron, JL Vitek, J Green, Y Kaneoke, T Hashimoto, RS Turner, ...
Annals of Neurology: Official Journal of the American Neurological …, 1996
6961996
Basal ganglia contributions to motor control: a vigorous tutor
RS Turner, M Desmurget
Current opinion in neurobiology 20 (6), 704-716, 2010
4412010
Microelectrode-guided pallidotomy: technical approach and its application in medically intractable Parkinson's disease
JL Vitek, RAE Bakay, T Hashimoto, Y Kaneoke, K Mewes, JY Zhang, ...
Journal of neurosurgery 88 (6), 1027-1043, 1998
3891998
Dopaminergic neurons intrinsic to the primate striatum
R Betarbet, R Turner, V Chockkan, MR DeLong, KA Allers, J Walters, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 17 (17), 6761-6768, 1997
2921997
Spontaneous pallidal neuronal activity in human dystonia: comparison with Parkinson’s disease and normal macaque
PA Starr, GM Rau, V Davis, WJ Marks Jr, JL Ostrem, D Simmons, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 93 (6), 3165-3176, 2005
2702005
Microelectrode-guided implantation of deep brain stimulators into the globus pallidus internus for dystonia: techniques, electrode locations, and outcomes
PA Starr, RS Turner, G Rau, N Lindsey, S Heath, M Volz, JL Ostrem, ...
Journal of neurosurgery 104 (4), 488-501, 2006
2492006
Pallidal discharge related to the kinematics of reaching movements in two dimensions
RS Turner, ME Anderson
Journal of neurophysiology 77 (3), 1051-1074, 1997
2491997
Motor subcircuits mediating the control of movement velocity: a PET study
RS Turner, ST Grafton, JR Votaw, MR Delong, JM Hoffman
Journal of Neurophysiology 80 (4), 2162-2176, 1998
2301998
Motor sequences and the basal ganglia: kinematics, not habits
M Desmurget, RS Turner
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (22), 7685-7690, 2010
1922010
Corticostriatal activity in primary motor cortex of the macaque
RS Turner, MR DeLong
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (18), 7096-7108, 2000
1722000
Normalizing motor-related brain activity Subthalamic nucleus stimulation in Parkinson disease
ST Grafton, RS Turner, M Desmurget, R Bakay, M Delong, J Vitek, ...
Neurology 66 (8), 1192-1199, 2006
1622006
The functional anatomy of parkinsonian bradykinesia
RS Turner, ST Grafton, AR McIntosh, MR DeLong, JM Hoffman
Neuroimage 19 (1), 163-179, 2003
1552003
Motor subcircuits mediating the control of movement extent and speed
RS Turner, M Desmurget, J Grethe, MD Crutcher, ST Grafton
Journal of neurophysiology 90 (6), 3958-3966, 2003
1382003
Activity of neurons in cerebellar-receiving and pallidal-receiving areas of the thalamus of the behaving monkey
ME Anderson, RS Turner
Journal of neurophysiology 66 (3), 879-893, 1991
1311991
Deep brain stimulation of the globus pallidus internus in the parkinsonian primate: local entrainment and suppression of low-frequency oscillations
KW McCairn, RS Turner
Journal of neurophysiology 101 (4), 1941-1960, 2009
1262009
The basal ganglia network mediates the planning of movement amplitude
M Desmurget, ST Grafton, P Vindras, H Grea, RS Turner
European Journal of Neuroscience 19 (10), 2871-2880, 2004
1252004
Primary motor cortex of the parkinsonian monkey: differential effects on the spontaneous activity of pyramidal tract-type neurons
B Pasquereau, RS Turner
Cerebral Cortex, 1362-1378, 2010
1222010
Testing basal ganglia motor functions through reversible inactivations in the posterior internal globus pallidus
M Desmurget, RS Turner
Journal of neurophysiology 99 (3), 1057-1076, 2008
1212008
Context-dependent modulation of movement-related discharge in the primate globus pallidus
RS Turner, ME Anderson
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (11), 2965-2976, 2005
1202005
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