Robert Sainburg

Director of the Center for Movement Science and Technology; Professor of Kinesiology; Professor of Neurology

Robert Sainburg

Research Summary

Neural mechanisms underlying control of multijoint arm movements in humans.

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Arm Brain Hand Stroke Functional Laterality Direction Compound Research Sensory Feedback Proprioception Young Adult Extremities Electric Impedance Posture Age Groups Biomechanical Phenomena Cerebral Dominance Upper Extremity Learning Parietal Lobe Transfer (Psychology) Healthy Volunteers Trajectories Stroke Rehabilitation Reflex Language

Most Recent Papers

Remedial Training of the Less-Impaired Arm in Chronic Stroke Survivors With Moderate to Severe Upper-Extremity Paresis Improves Functional Independence

Candice Maenza, David A. Wagstaff, Rini Varghese, Carolee Winstein, David Good, Robert L. Sainburg, 2021, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

When the non-dominant arm dominates: the effects of visual information and task experience on speed-accuracy advantages

Brooke Dexheimer, Robert Sainburg, 2021, Experimental Brain Research on p. 655-665

Somatosensory deafferentation reveals lateralized roles of proprioception in feedback and adaptive feedforward control of movement and posture

Shanie AL Jayasinghe, Fabrice R. Sarlegna, Robert A. Scheidt, Robert L. Sainburg, 2021, Current Opinion in Physiology on p. 141-147

Interlimb Responses to Perturbations of Bilateral Movements are Asymmetric.

J Schaffer, Robert Sainburg, 2021, Journal of motor behavior on p. 217-233

Motor Deficits in the Ipsilesional Arm of Severely Paretic Stroke Survivors Correlate With Functional Independence in Left, but Not Right Hemisphere Damage

David Good, David A. Wagstaff, Carolee Winstein, Robert L. Sainburg, 2020, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

Left hemisphere damage produces deficits in predictive control of bilateral coordination

Jacob E. Schaffer, Candice Maenza, David C. Good, Andrzej Przybyla, Robert L. Sainburg, 2020, Experimental Brain Research on p. 2733-2744

The neural foundations of handedness

S. A.L. Jayasinghe, F. R. Sarlegna, R. A. Scheidt, R. L. Sainburg, 2020, Journal of Neurophysiology on p. 259-267

Interlimb responses to perturbations of bilateral movements are asymmetric

Jacob E Schaffer, Robert L Sainburg, 2020, Journal of Motor Behavior on p. 1-17

Lateralization of Goal-Directed Movement

Robert L. Sainburg, 2020,

Competition for limited neural resources in older adults leads to greater asymmetry of bilateral movements than in young adults.

E Woytowicz, Robert Sainburg, K Westlake, J Whitall, 2020, Journal of Neurophysiology on p. 1295-1304

Most-Cited Papers

The effects of brain lateralization on motor control and adaptation

Pratik K. Mutha, Kathleen Y. Haaland, Robert L. Sainburg, 2012, Journal of Motor Behavior on p. 455-469

Convergent models of handedness and brain lateralization

Robert L. Sainburg, 2014, Frontiers in Psychology

Contralesional motor deficits after unilateral stroke reflect hemisphere-specific control mechanisms

Saandeep Mani, Pratik K. Mutha, Andrzej Przybyla, Kathleen Y. Haaland, David C. Good, Robert L. Sainburg, 2013, Brain on p. 1288-1303

Left parietal regions are critical for adaptive visuomotor control

Pratik K. Mutha, Robert L. Sainburg, Kathleen Y. Haaland, 2011, Journal of Neuroscience on p. 6972-6981

Rethinking motor lateralization specialized but complementary mechanisms for motor control of each arm

Pratik K. Mutha, Kathleen Y. Haaland, Robert L. Sainburg, 2013, PLoS One

Hemispheric specialization for movement control produces dissociable differences in online corrections after stroke

Sydney Y. Schaefer, Pratik K. Mutha, Kathleen Y. Haaland, Robert L. Sainburg, 2012, Cerebral Cortex on p. 1407-1419

Dynamic dominance varies with handedness

Andrzej Przybyla, David Good, Robert L. Sainburg, 2012, Experimental Brain Research on p. 419-431

Motor asymmetry reduction in older adults

Andrzej Przybyla, Kathleen Y. Haaland, Leia B. Bagesteiro, Robert L. Sainburg, 2011, Neuroscience Letters on p. 99-104

Aging reduces asymmetries in interlimb transfer of visuomotor adaptation

Jinsung Wang, Andrzej Przybyla, Kati Wuebbenhorst, Kathleen Y. Haaland, Robert L. Sainburg, 2011, Experimental Brain Research on p. 283-290

Motor lateralization is characterized by a serial hybrid control scheme

V. Yadav, Robert L. Sainburg, 2011, Neuroscience on p. 153-167