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Stiffness discrimination with visual and proprioceptive cues
N Gurari, KJ Kuchenbecker, AM Okamura
World Haptics 2009-Third Joint EuroHaptics conference and Symposium on …, 2009
582009
Effects of visual and proprioceptive motion feedback on human control of targeted movement
KJ Kuchenbecker, N Gurari, AM Okamura
2007 IEEE 10th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, 513-524, 2007
402007
Perception of springs with visual and proprioceptive motion cues: Implications for prosthetics
N Gurari, KJ Kuchenbecker, AM Okamura
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 43 (1), 102-114, 2012
262012
Customization, control, and characterization of a commercial haptic device for high-fidelity rendering of weak forces
N Gurari, G Baud-Bovy
Journal of neuroscience methods 235, 169-180, 2014
252014
Environment discrimination with vibration feedback to the foot, arm, and fingertip
N Gurari, K Smith, M Madhav, AM Okamura
2009 IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, 343-348, 2009
222009
Conveying the configuration of a virtual human hand using vibrotactile feedback
A Cheng, KA Nichols, HM Weeks, N Gurari, AM Okamura
2012 IEEE Haptics Symposium (HAPTICS), 155-162, 2012
192012
The feeling of color: A haptic feedback device for the visually disabled
J Tapson, J Diaz, D Sander, N Gurari, E Chicca, P Pouliquen, ...
2008 IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference, 381-384, 2008
152008
Perception of force and stiffness in the presence of low-frequency haptic noise
N Gurari, AM Okamura, KJ Kuchenbecker
PLOS ONE 12 (6), e0178605, 2017
142017
Individuals with chronic hemiparetic stroke can correctly match forearm positions within a single arm
N Gurari, JM Drogos, JPA Dewald
Clinical Neurophysiology 128 (1), 18-30, 2017
132017
Human performance in a knob-turning task
N Gurari, AM Okamura
Second Joint EuroHaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for …, 2007
132007
Accuracy of individuals post-hemiparetic stroke in matching torques between arms depends on the arm referenced
N Gurari, NA Van der Helm, JM Drogos, JPA Dewald
Frontiers in Neurology 10, 921, 2019
72019
Quantifying altered neural connectivity of the stretch reflex in chronic hemiparetic stroke
Y Yang, N Sinha, R Tian, N Gurari, JM Drogos, JPA Dewald
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 28 (6 …, 2020
62020
Impact of motor task execution on an individual’s ability to mirror forearm positions
N Gurari, JM Drogos, S Lopez, JPA Dewald
Experimental Brain Research, 2018
62018
Task directionality impacts the ability of individuals with chronic hemiparetic stroke to match torques between arms: Preliminary findings
NA Van Der Helm, N Gurari, JM Drogos, JPA Dewald
2017 International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), 714-719, 2017
42017
Individuals with chronic hemiparetic stroke correctly match forearm position within a single arm: Preliminary findings
EJ Euving, N Gurari, JM Drogos, S Traxel, AHA Stienen, J Dewald
International Conference on Human Haptic Sensing and Touch Enabled Computer …, 2016
42016
Static force rendering performance of two commercial haptic systems
F Tatti, N Gurari, G Baud-Bovy
International Conference on Human Haptic Sensing and Touch Enabled Computer …, 2014
42014
Compliance perception using natural and artificial motion cues
N Gurari, AM Okamura
Multisensory Softness, 189-217, 2014
42014
Quantifying the value of visual and haptic position feedback during force-based motion control
KJ Kuchenbecker, N Gurari, AM Okamura
Second Joint EuroHaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for …, 2007
42007
Discrimination of springs with vision, proprioception, and artificial skin stretch cues
N Gurari, J Wheeler, A Shelton, AM Okamura
International Conference on Human Haptic Sensing and Touch Enabled Computer …, 2012
32012
Accuracy of older adults in judging self-generated elbow torques during multi-joint isometric tasks
NM Cai, J Dewald, N Gurari
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-11, 2020
22020
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