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Dr. Melanie Krüger

Dr. Melanie Krüger

GSN Alumna SS 2013

Responsibilities

Research Fellow
School of Medicine
Division of Psychology at the University of Tasmania
Jeff Summers Group (Cognitive and Motor Aging Laboratory)

Further Information

Thesis title: Motor variability as a characteristic of the control of reaching movements: Influence of sensory input and task constraints

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Andreas Straube

Nationality: German

Publication(s):

Krüger M, Eggert T and Straube A. (2013) Age-related differences in the stabilization of important task variables in reaching movements. Motor Control 17: 313-319.

Krüger M, Borbély B, Eggert T and Straube A. (2012) Synergistic control of joint angle variability: Influence of target shape. Human Movement Science, doi: 10.1016/j.humov.2011.12.002.

Petzschner FH and Krüger M. (2012) How to Reach: Movement Planning in the Posterior Parietal Cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience, 32(14): 4703-4704.

Krüger M, Eggert T and Straube A. (2011) Joint angle variability in the time course of reaching movements. Clinical Neurophysiology, 122: 759-766.

Panzer S, Gruetzmacher N, Fries U, Krüger M and Shea CH. (2011) Age-related effects in interlimb practice on coding complex movement sequences. Human Movement Science, 30: 459-474.

Panzer S, Krüger M, Muehlbauer T and Shea CH. (2010) Asymmetric effector transfer of complex movement sequences. Human Movement Sience, 29: 62-72.

Panzer S, Krüger M, Muehlbauer T, Kovacs AJ and Shea CH. (2009) Inter-manual transfer and practice: coding of simple motor sequences. Acta Psychologica, 131(2): 99-109.

Panzer S, Muehlbauer T, Krüger M, Buesch D, Naundorf F and Shea CH. (2009) Effects of interlimb practice on coding and learning of movement sequences. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62(7): 1265-76.


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