Huang, H.J., Ahmed, A.A. (in press): Reductions in muscle activity and metabolic cost during visuomotor adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology.
Pienciak-Siewert, A.P., Barletta, A.J., Ahmed, A.A. (2014): Transfer of postural adaptation depends on context of prior exposure. Journal of Neurophysiology 111:1466-1478.
Huang, H.J., Ahmed, A.A. (2014): Older adults learn less, but still reduce metabolic cost during motor adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology 111:135-144.
Trent MC, Ahmed AA (2013): Learning from the value of your mistakes: evidence for a risk-sensitive process in movement adaptation. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 7:118. doi: 10.3389/fncom.2013.00118.
Wilder MH, Jones M, Ahmed AA, Curran T, Mozer MC (2013): The persistent impact of incidental experience. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review.
O'Brien MK, Ahmed AA (2013): Does risk-sensitivity transfer across movements? Journal of Neurophysiology 109:1866-1875.
Berniker M, O'Brien MK, Kording KP, Ahmed AA (2013): An examination of the generalizability of motor costs. PLoS ONE 8(1): e53759.
Manista GC, Ahmed AA (2012): Stability limits modulate whole-body motor learning. Journal of Neurophysiology 107:1952-1961.
Huang HJ, Kram R, Ahmed AA (2012): Reduction of metabolic cost during motor learning of arm reaching dynamics. Journal of Neuroscience 32(6): 2182-2190.
Huang HJ, Ahmed AA (2011): Tradeoff between stability and maneuverability during whole-body movements. PLoS ONE 6(7): e21815.
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Ahmed AA, Wolpert DM (2009): Transfer of dynamics learning across postures. Journal of Neurophysiology 102:2816-2824.
Ahmed AA, Wolpert DM, Flanagan JR (2008): Flexible representations of dynamics are used in object manipulation. Current Biology 18:763-768. [commentary]
Ahmed AA, Ashton-Miller JA (2007): On use of a nominal internal model to detect a loss of balance in a maximal forward reach. Journal of Neurophysiology 97:2439-24447.
Ahmed AA, Ashton-Miller JA (2005): Effect of age on detecting a loss of balance in a seated, whole-body balancing task. Clinical Biomechanics 20:767-775. (ASB Clinical Biomechanics Award Paper 2003)
Ahmed AA, Ashton-Miller JA (2004): Is a loss of balance a control error signal anomaly? Evidence for three-sigma failure detection in young adults. Gait and Posture 19:252-262.