Tarkeshwar Singh

Assistant Professor of Kinesiology

Tarkeshwar Singh

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Fatigue Hand Touch Eye Posture Fractals Eye Movements Young Adult Fluctuation Pressure Hand Strength Saccades Extremities Muscles Organization Robotics Muscle Fatigue Stroke Learning Task Performance And Analysis Postural Balance Brain Injuries Parkinson Disease Lasers Synergy

Most Recent Papers

Age-related deficits in rapid visuomotor decision-making

Ana Gómez-Granados, Deborah Barany, Margaret Schrayer, Isaac Kurtzer, Cédrick Bonnet, Tarkeshwar Singh,

Proprioceptive afferents differentially contribute to effortful perception of object heaviness and mass distribution

Madhur Mangalam, Nisarg Desai, Tarkeshwar Singh,

New insight into Parkinson’s disease‐related impairment of the automatic control of upright stance

Cédrick Bonnet, Arnaud Delval, Tarkeshwar Singh, Yann‐Romain Kechabia, Luc Defebvre, European Journal of Neuroscience

In the upright stance, posture is better controlled to perform precise visual tasks than laser pointing tasks

Cédrick T. Bonnet, Déborah Dubrulle, Tarkeshwar Singh, 2021, European Journal of Applied Physiology on p. 893-901

Sensory redundancy and perceptual invariance in force production and object manipulation

Madhur Mangalam, Cristian Cuadra, Tarkeshwar Singh, 2021, Current Opinion in Physiology on p. 148-155

New insight into Parkinson’s disease-related impairment of the automatic control of upright stance

Cédrick T. Bonnet, Arnaud Delval, Tarkeshwar Singh, Yann Romain Kechabia, Luc Defebvre, 2020, European Journal of Neuroscience on p. 4851-4862

Multiple processes independently predict motor learning

Christopher M. Perry, Tarkeshwar Singh, Kayla G. Springer, Adam T. Harrison, Alexander C. McLain, Troy M. Herter, 2020, Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Neurostimulation and Reach-to-Grasp Function Recovery Following Acquired Brain Injury

Charles Francois V. Latchoumane, Deborah A. Barany, Lohitash Karumbaiah, Tarkeshwar Singh, 2020, Frontiers in Neurology

Perceptual decisions about object shape bias visuomotor coordination during rapid interception movements

Deborah A. Barany, Ana Gómez-Granados, Margaret Schrayer, Sarah A. Cutts, Tarkeshwar Singh, 2020, Journal of Neurophysiology on p. 2235-2248

Bodywide fluctuations support manual exploration: Fractal fluctuations in posture predict perception of heaviness and length via effortful touch by the hand

Madhur Mangalam, Ryan Chen, Terrence R. McHugh, Tarkeshwar Singh, Damian G. Kelty-Stephen, 2020, Human Movement Science

Most-Cited Papers

Effects of muscle fatigue on multi-muscle synergies

Tarkeshwar Singh, Mark L. Latash, 2011, Experimental Brain Research on p. 335-350

Optimality versus variability: Effect of fatigue in multi-finger redundant tasks

Jaebum Park, Tarkeshwar Singh, Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky, Mark L. Latash, 2012, Experimental Brain Research on p. 591-607

Bodywide fluctuations support manual exploration: Fractal fluctuations in posture predict perception of heaviness and length via effortful touch by the hand

Madhur Mangalam, Ryan Chen, Terrence R. McHugh, Tarkeshwar Singh, Damian G. Kelty-Stephen, 2020, Human Movement Science

Effects of fatigue on synergies in a hierarchical system

Tarkeshwar Singh, Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky, Mark L. Latash, 2012, Human Movement Science on p. 1379-1398

Contrasting effects of fatigue on multifinger coordination in young and older adults

Tarkeshwar Singh, Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky, Mark L. Latash, 2013, Journal of Applied Physiology on p. 456-467

Muscular effort differentially mediates perception of heaviness and length via dynamic touch

Madhur Mangalam, James D. Conners, Tarkeshwar Singh, 2019, Experimental Brain Research on p. 237-246

Fractal fluctuations in muscular activity contribute to judgments of length but not heaviness via dynamic touch

Madhur Mangalam, James D. Conners, Damian G. Kelty-Stephen, Tarkeshwar Singh, 2019, Experimental Brain Research on p. 1213-1226

A geometric method for computing ocular kinematics and classifying gaze events using monocular remote eye tracking in a robotic environment

Tarkeshwar Singh, Christopher M. Perry, Troy M. Herter, 2016, Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Eye movements interfere with limb motor control in stroke survivors

Tarkeshwar Singh, Christopher M. Perry, Stacy L. Fritz, Julius Fridriksson, Troy M. Herter, 2018, Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair on p. 724-734

Prehension synergies during fatigue of a single digit: Adaptations in control with referent configurations

Tarkeshwar Singh, Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky, Mark L. Latash, 2014, Motor Control on p. 278-296