Mei-Hua Lee
Mei-Hua Lee
Assistant Professor, Michigan State University
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Upper body-based power wheelchair control interface for individuals with tetraplegia
EB Thorp, F Abdollahi, D Chen, A Farshchiansadegh, MH Lee, ...
IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 24 (2†…, 2015
432015
Longitudinal expressions of infant's prehension as a function of object properties
MH Lee, YT Liu, KM Newell
Infant Behavior and Development 29 (4), 481-493, 2006
312006
A body machine interface based on inertial sensors
A Farshchiansadegh, F Abdollahi, D Chen, MH Lee, J Pedersen, ...
2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in†…, 2014
292014
Magnitude and structure of isometric force variability: mechanical and neurophysiological influences.
SL Hong, MH Lee, KM Newell
Motor control 11 (2), 119-135, 2007
292007
Changes in object‐oriented arm movements that precede the transition to goal‐directed reaching in infancy
MH Lee, R Ranganathan, KM Newell
Developmental Psychobiology 53 (7), 685-693, 2011
232011
The development of tool use: Planning for end-state comfort.
DM Comalli, R Keen, ES Abraham, VJ Foo, MH Lee, KE Adolph
Developmental Psychology 52 (11), 1878, 2016
222016
Body-machine interface enables people with cervical spinal cord injury to control devices with available body movements: proof of concept
F Abdollahi, A Farshchiansadegh, C Pierella, I SeŠŮez-GonzŠlez, E Thorp, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 31 (5), 487-493, 2017
212017
Planning an action: A developmental progression in tool use
R Keen, MH Lee, K Adolph
Ecological Psychology 26 (1-2), 98-108, 2014
212014
Children show limited movement repertoire when learning a novel motor skill
MH Lee, A Farshchiansadegh, R Ranganathan
Developmental science 21 (4), e12614, 2018
202018
Visual feedback of hand trajectory and the development of infant prehension
MH Lee, KM Newell
Infant Behavior and Development, 273-279, 2012
182012
Grasping possibilities for action: influence of object function and action capabilities
R Ranganathan, MH Lee, AJ Brown, KM Newell
Human movement science 30 (6), 1102-1114, 2011
142011
Contingent auditory feedback of arm movement facilitates reaching behavior in infancy
MH Lee, KM Newell
Infant Behavior and Development 36 (4), 817-824, 2013
112013
Body-machine interface for control of a screen cursor for a child with congenital absence of upper and lower limbs: a case report
MH Lee, R Ranganathan, FA Kagerer, R Mukherjee
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 13 (1), 1-7, 2016
82016
Age-dependent differences in learning to control a robot arm using a body-machine interface
R Ranganathan, MH Lee, MR Padmanabhan, S Aspelund, FA Kagerer, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
62019
A five degree-of-freedom body-machine interface for children with severe motor impairments
S Chau, S Aspelund, R Mukherjee, MH Lee, R Ranganathan, F Kagerer
2017 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems†…, 2017
52017
Low dimensional temporal organization of spontaneous eye blinks in adults with developmental disabilities and stereotyped movement disorder
MH Lee, JW Bodfish, MH Lewis, KM Newell
Research in developmental disabilities 31 (1), 250-255, 2010
52010
Controlling a robotic arm for functional tasks using a wireless head-joystick: A case study of a child with congenital absence of upper and lower limbs
S Aspelund, P Patel, MH Lee, FA Kagerer, R Ranganathan, R Mukherjee
PloS one 15 (8), e0226052, 2020
22020
Repetition Without Repetition: Challenges in Understanding Behavioral Flexibility in Motor Skill
R Ranganathan, MH Lee, KM Newell
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 2020
22020
Body signal control device and related methods
FA Mussa-Ivaldi, F Abdollahi, A Farshchiansadegh, M Casadio, MH Lee, ...
US Patent 10,973,713, 2021
12021
A novel two-body sensor system to study spontaneous movements in infants during caregiver physical contact
P Patel, Y Shi, F Hajiaghajani, S Biswas, MH Lee
Infant Behavior and Development 57, 101383, 2019
12019
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