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1. Schaefer SY, Saba A**, Baird J*, Kolar MB*, Duff K, Stewart JC. (in press). Within-session practice effects in the Jebsen Hand Function Test: Good or bad? American Journal of Occupational Therapy.
2. Schaefer SY, Duff K. (2016). Within-session and one-week practice effects on a motor task in amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. Epub ahead of print.
3. Duff K, Atkinson T, Suhrie K, Dalley B, Schaefer SY, Hammers D. (2016). Short-term practice effects in Mild Cognitive Impairment: Evaluating different methods of change. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, Epub ahead of print.
4. Raikes AC*, Schaefer SY. (2016). Sleep quantity and quality during acute concussion: A pilot study. Sleep, Epub ahead of print.
5. Fauth EB, Schaefer SY, Zarit SH, Ernsth-Bravell M, Johansson B. (2016) Beyond grip strength: Associations between fine motor performance in activities of daily living and cognitive ability in a non-demented sample of older adults. Journal of Aging and Health, Epub ahead of print. DOI: 10.1177/0898264316654674.
6. Lohse KR, Schaefer SY, Raikes AC*, Boyd LA, Lang CE. (2016). Asking new questions with old data: The Centralized Open-Access Rehabilitation database for Stroke (SCOAR). Frontiers in Neurology, 7:153.
7. Raikes AC*, Schaefer SY. (2016). Phasic electrodermal activity during the standardized assessment of concussion. Journal of Athletic Training, 51(7): 533-9.
8. Sainburg RL, Schaefer SY, Yadav V. (2016). Lateralized motor control processes determine asymmetry of interlimb transfer. Neuroscience, 334:26-38.
9. Schaefer SY, Hengge CR**. (2016) Testing the concurrent validity of a naturalistic upper extremity reaching task. Experimental Brain Research, 234(1):229-40.
10. Schaefer SY, Louder T*, Foster S*, Kohler B*, Bressel E. (2016) Effect of water immersion on dual task performance: Implications for aquatic therapy. Physiotherapy Research International, 21(3):147-54.
11. Schaefer SY, Duff K. (2015) Rapid responsiveness to practice predicts longer-term retention of upper extremity motor skill in non-demented older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 7:214.
12. Hayes HA*, Hunsaker N, Schaefer SY, Shultz B, Schenkenberg T, Boyd LA, White A, Foreman B, Dyer P, Maletsky R, Dibble LE. (2015) Does dopamine replacement medication affect postural sequence learning in Parkinson Disease? Motor Control, 9(4):325-40.
13. Schaefer SY. (2015) Preserved motor asymmetry in late adulthood: Is measuring chronological age enough? Neuroscience, 294:51-9.
14. Pierce JR*, Raikes AC*, Schaefer SY. (2015) Is a visual-based balance assessment reliable under potentially distracting conditions? Current Research: Concussion, 2(2):43-48.
15. Schaefer SY, Dibble LE, Duff K. (2015) Efficacy and feasibility of functional upper extremity task-specific training for older adults with and without cognitive impairment. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 29(7):636–644.
16. Norton MC, Clark CJ, Tschanz JT, Hartin P, Fauth EB, Gast J, Dorsch TE, Wengreen H, Nugent C, Robinson D, Lefevre M, McClean S, Cleland I, Schaefer SY, Aguilar S. (2015) The design and progress of a multi-domain lifestyle intervention to improve brain health in middle-aged persons to reduce later Alzheimer's disease risk: the Gray Matters randomized trial. Alzheimer's & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Interventions, 1(1):53-62.
17. Schaefer SY, Patterson CB**, Lang CE. (2013) Transfer of training between distinct motor tasks after stroke: Implications for task-specific approaches to upper extremity neurorehabilitation. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 27(7):602-612.
18. Lang CE, Bland MD, Bailey RR, Schaefer SY, Birkenmeier RL. (2013) Assessment of upper extremity impairment, function, and activity following stroke: Foundations for clinical decision making. Journal of Hand Therapy, 26(2):104-14.
19. Schaefer SY, Lang CE. (2012) Using dual tasks to test immediate transfer of training between naturalistic movements in a single session: A proof-of-principle study. Journal of Motor Behavior, 44(5):313-27.
20. Schaefer SY, DeJong SL, Cherry KM, Lang CE. (2012) Grip type and task goal modify reach-to-grasp performance in post-stroke hemiparesis. Motor Control, 16(2):245-64.
21. DeJong SL, Schaefer SY, Lang CE. (2012) The need for speed: Better movement quality during faster task performance after stroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 26:362-73.
22. Schaefer SY, Shelly IL**, Thoroughman KA. (2012) Beside the point: Motor adaptation without feedback-based error correction in task-irrelevant conditions. Journal of Neurophysiology, 107:1247-56.
23. Schaefer SY, Mutha PK, Haaland KY, Sainburg RL. (2012) Hemispheric specialization for movement control produces dissociable differences in online corrections after stroke. Cerebral Cortex, 22(6):1407-19.
24. Schaefer SY, Haaland KY, Sainburg RL. (2009) Dissociation of initial trajectory and final position errors during visuomotor adaptation following unilateral stroke. Brain Research, 1298:78-91.
25. Schaefer SY, Haaland KY, Sainburg RL. (2009) Hemispheric specialization and functional impact of ipsilesional deficits in movement coordination and accuracy. Neuropsychologia, 47:2953-66.
26. Haaland KY, Schaefer SY, Knight RT, Adair J, Magalhaes A, Sadek J, Sainburg RL. (2009) Ipsilesional trajectory control is related to contralesional arm paralysis after left hemisphere damage. Experimental Brain Research, 196: 195-204.
27. Schaefer SY, Sainburg RL. (2008) Sequential processes for controlling distance in multijoint movements. Journal of Motor Behavior, 40:325-336.
28. Schaefer SY, Haaland KY, Sainburg RL. (2007) Ipsilesional motor impairments following stroke reflect lateralization of movement control. Brain, 130:2146-2158.
29. Sainburg RL, Schaefer SY. (2004) Interlimb differences in control of movement extent. Journal of Neurophysiology, 92:1374-1383.