Heather Carnahan
Heather Carnahan
Marine Institute, Memorial University
Verified email at mun.ca
TitleCited byYear
The effect of a pictorial illusion on closed-loop and open-loop prehension
DA Westwood, M Heath, EA Roy
Experimental Brain Research 134 (4), 456-463, 2000
209*2000
On the role of knowledge of results in motor learning: Exploring the guidance hypothesis
TD Lee, MA White, H Carnahan
Journal of Motor Behavior 22 (2), 191-208, 1990
1411990
Coordinating progressive levels of simulation fidelity to maximize educational benefit
R Brydges, H Carnahan, D Rose, L Rose, A Dubrowski
Academic Medicine 85 (5), 806-812, 2010
1322010
Virtual reality simulation training for health professions trainees in gastrointestinal endoscopy
CM Walsh, ME Sherlock, SC Ling, H Carnahan
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2012
1272012
How effective is self‐guided learning of clinical technical skills? It’s all about process
R Brydges, H Carnahan, O Safir, A Dubrowski
Medical education 43 (6), 507-515, 2009
1242009
Bandwidth knowledge of results and motor learning: More than just a relative frequency effect
TD Lee, H Carnahan
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 42 (4), 777-789, 1990
1161990
The visuomotor system resists the horizontal-vertical illusion
P Servos, H Carnahan, J Fedwick
Journal of Motor Behavior 32 (4), 400-404, 2000
1102000
EEG activity and mood in health orientated runners after different exercise intensities
S Schneider, CD Askew, J Diehl, A Mierau, J Kleinert, T Abel, H Carnahan, ...
Physiology & behavior 96 (4-5), 709-716, 2009
1012009
Concurrent versus terminal feedback: it may be better to wait
CM Walsh, SC Ling, CS Wang, H Carnahan
Academic Medicine 84 (10), S54-S57, 2009
952009
Application of motor learning principles to complex surgical tasks: searching for the optimal practice schedule
R Brydges, H Carnahan, D Backstein, A Dubrowski
Journal of Motor Behavior 39 (1), 40-48, 2007
922007
Anticipatory locomotor adjustments for accommodating versus avoiding level changes in humans
BJ McFadyen, H Carnahan
Experimental brain research 114 (3), 500-506, 1997
771997
Laparoscopic surgery, perceptual limitations and force: A review
H Xin, JS Zelek, H Carnahan
First Canadian student conference on biomedical computing 144, 2006
762006
The temporal organization of hand, eye, and head movements during reaching and pointing
H Carnahan, RG Marteniuk
Journal of motor behavior 23 (2), 109-119, 1991
761991
Proprioception during manual aiming in individuals with shoulder instability and controls
LA Forwell, H Carnahan
Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 23 (2), 111-119, 1996
751996
Modeled timing information during random practice eliminates the contextual interference effect
TD Lee, LR Wishart, S Cunningham, H Carnahan
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 68 (1), 100-105, 1997
741997
Magnitude estimation of tangential force applied to the fingerpad
M Paré, H Carnahan, AM Smith
Experimental Brain Research 142 (3), 342-348, 2002
702002
Exercise as a countermeasure to psycho-physiological deconditioning during long-term confinement
S Schneider, V Brümmer, H Carnahan, J Kleinert, MF Piacentini, ...
Behavioural brain research 211 (2), 208-214, 2010
692010
Comparing self‐guided learning and educator‐guided learning formats for simulation‐based clinical training
R Brydges, H Carnahan, D Rose, A Dubrowski
Journal of Advanced Nursing 66 (8), 1832-1844, 2010
682010
What happens to the brain in weightlessness? A first approach by EEG tomography
S Schneider, V Brümmer, H Carnahan, A Dubrowski, CD Askew, ...
Neuroimage 42 (4), 1316-1323, 2008
672008
The influence of summary knowledge of results and aging on motor learning
H Carnahan, AA Vandervoort, LR Swanson
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 67 (3), 280-287, 1996
661996
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