C. (Lieke) E.  Peper
C. (Lieke) E. Peper
MOVE Research Institute, Department of Human Movement Sciences, VU University Amsterdam
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Catching balls: how to get the hand to the right place at the right time.
L Peper, RJ Bootsma, DR Mestre, FC Bakker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 20 (3), 591, 1994
Dynamical models of movement coordination
PJ Beek, CE Peper, DF Stegeman
Human movement science 14 (4-5), 573-608, 1995
Multifrequency coordination in bimanual tapping: Asymmetrical coupling and signs of supercriticality.
CE Peper, PJ Beek, PCW van Wieringen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 21 (5 …, 1995
Towards a comprehensive theory of brain activity:: Coupled oscillator systems under external forces
TD Frank, A Daffertshofer, CE Peper, PJ Beek, H Haken
Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena 144 (1-2), 62-86, 2000
Modeling rhythmic interlimb coordination: Beyond the Haken–Kelso–Bunz model
PJ Beek, CE Peper, A Daffertshofer
Brain and cognition 48 (1), 149-165, 2002
Frequency-induced phase transitions in bimanual tapping
CE Peper, PJ Beek, PCW van Wieringen
Biological cybernetics 73, 301-309, 1995
Motor consequences of experimentally induced limb pain: a systematic review
PJM Bank, CE Peper, J Marinus, PJ Beek, JJ Van Hilten
European journal of pain 17 (2), 145-157, 2013
Unilateral versus bilateral upper limb exercise therapy after stroke: a systematic review
AEQ Van Delden, CE Peper, PJ Beek, G Kwakkel
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 44 (2), 106-117, 2012
A model for phase transitions in human hand movements during multifrequency tapping
H Haken, CE Peper, PJ Beek, A Daffertshofer
Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena 90 (1-2), 179-196, 1996
A systematic review of bilateral upper limb training devices for poststroke rehabilitation
A Van Delden, CLE Peper, G Kwakkel, PJ Beek
Stroke research and treatment 2012, 2012
Walking to the beat of different drums: Practical implications for the use of acoustic rhythms in gait rehabilitation
M Roerdink, PJM Bank, CLE Peper, PJ Beek
Gait & posture 33 (4), 690-694, 2011
Are frequency-induced transitions in rhythmic coordination mediated by a drop in amplitude?
CLE Peper, PJ Beek
Biological cybernetics 79 (4), 291-300, 1998
Unraveling interlimb interactions underlying bimanual coordination
A Ridderikhoff, CLE Peper, PJ Beek
Journal of neurophysiology 94 (5), 3112-3125, 2005
Stabilization of bimanual coordination due to active interhemispheric inhibition: a dynamical account
A Daffertshofer, CLE Peper, PJ Beek
Biological cybernetics 92 (2), 101-109, 2005
Handedness-related asymmetry in coupling strength in bimanual coordination: furthering theory and evidence
HJ de Poel, CLE Peper, PJ Beek
Acta Psychologica 124 (2), 209-237, 2007
Prospective control of manual interceptive actions: comparative simulations of extant and new model constructs
JC Dessing, D Bullock, CLE Peper, PJ Beek
Neural Networks 15 (2), 163-179, 2002
Unilateral versus bilateral upper limb training after stroke: the Upper Limb Training After Stroke clinical trial
ALEQ van Delden, CLE Peper, KN Nienhuys, NI Zijp, PJ Beek, G Kwakkel
Stroke 44 (9), 2613-2616, 2013
Distinguishing between the effects of frequency and amplitude on interlimb coupling in tapping a 2: 3 polyrhythm
CE Peper, PJ Beek
Experimental Brain Research 118, 78-92, 1998
Effects of correct and transformed visual feedback on rhythmic visuo-motor tracking: Tracking performance and visual search behavior
M Roerdink, CE Peper, PJ Beek
Human movement science 24 (3), 379-402, 2005
Coupling strength in tapping a 2: 3 polyrhythm
CLE Peper, PJ Beek, PCW van Wieringen
Human Movement Science 14 (2), 217-245, 1995
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