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Chen Avraham
Chen Avraham
Ph.D. Student, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
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Integrating tactile feedback technologies into home-based telerehabilitation: opportunities and challenges in light of COVID-19 pandemic
S Handelzalts, G Ballardini, C Avraham, M Pagano, M Casadio, I Nisky
Frontiers in Neurorobotics 15, 617636, 2021
292021
The effect of tactile augmentation on manipulation and grip force control during force-field adaptation
C Avraham, I Nisky
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 17, 1-19, 2020
102020
Neglect-like effects on drawing symmetry induced by adaptation to a laterally asymmetric visuomotor delay
C Avraham, G Avraham, FA Mussa-Ivaldi, I Nisky
Frontiers in human neuroscience 12, 335, 2018
42018
Adaptation to laterally asymmetrical visuomotor delay has an effect on action but not on perception
C Avraham, M Dominitz, H Khait, G Avraham, FA Mussa-Ivaldi, I Nisky
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 13, 312, 2019
32019
Highlights from the 31st Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neural Control of Movement
JM Cregg, JL Mirdamadi, C Fortunato, EV Okorokova, C Kuper, ...
Journal of Neurophysiology 129 (1), 220-234, 2023
12023
Providing Skin Stretch On The Lower Back-Design And Psychophysical Evaluation With A Stepping Task
E Jimenez-Gonz, C Avraham, A Mikhaylov, S Bar-Haim, I Nisky
IEEE Transactions on Haptics, 2024
2024
Artificial Tactile Stimulation Provides Haptic Cuing in Force Field Adaptation
C Avraham, G Avraham, I Nisky
bioRxiv, 2023.07. 08.548191, 2023
2023
Integration of Kinesthetic and Tactile Information for Manipulation and Grip Force Control During Force-Field Adaptation
C Avraham, I Nisky
International Conference on NeuroRehabilitation, 1025-1029, 2018
2018
Adaptation to a Space-variant Visuomotor Delay can Cause Neglect-like Effects on Drawing Symmetry
C Avraham, G Avraham, FA Mussa-Ivaldi, I Nisky
bioRxiv, 193334, 2017
2017
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