Publications

2018

123.
Myrka Zago; Adam Matic; Tamar Flash; Alex Gomez-Marin; Francesco Lacquaniti (2018). The speed-curvature power law of movements: a reappraisal.  Experimental Brain Research. 236:(1)69-82.  Abstract

2017

122.
Dovrat Kohen; Matan Karklinsky; Yaron Meirovitch; Tamar Flash; Lior Shmuelof (2017). The Effects of Reducing Preparation Time on the Execution of Intentionally Curved Trajectories: Optimization and Geometrical Analysis.  Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 11.  Abstract

2016

121.
Tamar Flash; E Bizzi (2016). Cortical circuits and modules in movement generation: experiments and theories.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 41:174-178.  Abstract
120.
Yaron Meirovitch; Daniel Bennequin; Tamar Flash (2016). Geometrical Invariance and Smoothness Maximization for Task-Space Movement Generation.  IEEE Transactions on Robotics. 32:(4)837-853.  Abstract
119.
Rivka Inzelberg; Meir Plotnik; Naama Kadmon Harpaz; Tamar Flash (2016). Micrographia, much beyond the writer's hand.  Parkinsonism & Related Disorders. 26:1-9.  Abstract
118.
Eran Dayan; Irit Sella; Albert Mukovskiy; Yehonatan Douek; Martin A Giese; Rafael Malach; Tamar Flash (2016). The Default Mode Network Differentiates Biological From Non-Biological Motion.  Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 26:(1)234-45.  Abstract
117.
Matan Karklinsky; M. Naveau; A. Mukovskiy; O. Stasse; Tamar Flash; P. Soueres (2016). Robust human-inspired power law trajectories for humanoid HRP-2 robot.  2016 6th Ieee International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (Biorob). 106-113.  Abstract
116.
Tamar Flash, Emilio Bizzi (2016). Cortical circuits and modules in movement generation: experiments and theories.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology . 41: 174-178.
115.
M Karklinsky, M Naveau, A Mukovskiy, O Stasse, T Flash, P Soueres (2016). Robust human-inspired power law trajectories for humanoid HRP-2 robot.  Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BioRob), 2016 6th IEEE.

2015

114.
S Hanassy; A Botvinnik; Tamar Flash; B Hochner (2015). Stereotypical reaching movements of the octopus involve both bend propagation and arm elongation.  Bioinspiration & Biomimetics. 10:(3)  Abstract
113.
Guy Levy; Tamar Flash; Binyamin Hochner (2015). Arm Coordination in Octopus Crawling Involves Unique Motor Control Strategies.  Current Biology. 25:(9)1195-1200.  Abstract
112.
Matan Karklinsky; Tamar Flash (2015). Timing of continuous motor imagery: the two-thirds power law originates in trajectory planning.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 113:(7)2490-2499.  Abstract
111.
Noa Zeharia; Uri Hertz; Tamar Flash; Amir Amedi (2015). New Whole-Body Sensory-Motor Gradients Revealed Using Phase-Locked Analysis and Verified Using Multivoxel Pattern Analysis and Functional Connectivity.  Journal of Neuroscience. 35:(7)2845-2859.  Abstract
110.
Yaron Meirovitch; Eran Dayan; Hila Harris; Amos Arieli; Tamar Flash (2015). Alpha and Beta Band Event-Related Desynchronization Reflects Kinematic Regularities.  Journal of Neuroscience. 35:(4)1627-1637.  Abstract
109.
A. Davella; M. Giese; Y.P. Ivanenko; T. Schack; Tamar Flash (2015). Editorial: Modularity in motor control: From muscle synergies to cognitive action representation.  Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 9:(OCT)  Abstract

2014

108.
Dovrat Kohen; Matan Karklinsky; Tamar Flash; Lior Shmuelof (2014). The building blocks of curved trajectories: studying the effect of shortened preparation time on movement planning and execution.  Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 53:S71-S72.  Abstract
107.
Ronen Sosnik; Tamar Flash; Anna Sterkin; Bjoern Hauptmann; Avi Karni (2014). The activity in the contralateral primary motor cortex, dorsal premotor and supplementary motor area is modulated by performance gains.  Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8.  Abstract
106.
Naama Kadmon Harpaz; Tamar Flash; Ilan Dinstein (2014). Scale-Invariant Movement Encoding in the Human Motor System.  Neuron. 81:(2)452-462.  Abstract
105.
Guy Raz; Y Jacob; T Gonen; Y Winetraub; Tamar Flash; E Soreq; T Hendler (2014). Cry for her or cry with her: context-dependent dissociation of two modes of cinematic empathy reflected in network cohesion dynamics.  Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 9:(1)30-38.  Abstract
104.
Uri Maoz; Tamar Flash (2014). Spatial constant equi-affine speed and motion perception.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 111:(2)336-349.  Abstract

2013

103.
Moshe Abeles; Markus Diesmann; Tamar Flash; Theo Geisel; Michael Herrmann; Mina Teicher (2013). Compositionality in neural control: an interdisciplinary study of scribbling movements in primates.  Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 7.  Abstract
102.
Dominik Endres; Yeron Meirovitch; Tamar Flash; Martin A. Giese (2013). Segmenting sign language into motor primitives with Bayesian binning.  Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 7.  Abstract
101.
Ido Zelman; Myriam Titon; Yoram Yekutieli; Shlomi Hanassy; Binyamin Hochner; Tamar Flash (2013). Kinematic decomposition and classification of octopus arm movements.  Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 7.  Abstract
100.
Tamar Flash; Yaron Meirovitch; Avi Barliya (2013). Models of human movement: Trajectory planning and inverse kinematics studies.  Robotics and Autonomous Systems. 61:(4)330-339.  Abstract
99.
Avi Barliya; Lars Omlor; Martin A. Giese; Alain Berthoz; Tamar Flash (2013). Expression of emotion in the kinematics of locomotion.  Experimental Brain Research. 225:(2)159-176.  Abstract

2012

98.
Noa Zeharia; Uri Hertz; Tamar Flash; Amir Amedi (2012). Negative blood oxygenation level dependent homunculus and somatotopic information in primary motor cortex and supplementary motor area.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109:(45)18565-18570.  Abstract
97.
Rivka Inzelberg; Tamar Flash; Eran Dayan (2012). Altered Perceptual Sensitivity to Kinematic Invariants in Parkinson's Disease.  PLoS One. 7:(2)  Abstract

2011

96.
Armin Biess; Tamar Flash; Dario G. Liebermann (2011). Riemannian geometric approach to human arm dynamics, movement optimization, and invariance.  Physical Review E. 83:(3)  Abstract

2010

95.
Antonino Casile; Eran Dayan; Vittorio Caggiano; Talma Hendler; Tamar Flash; Martin A. Giese (2010). Neuronal Encoding of Human Kinematic Invariants during Action Observation.  Cerebral Cortex. 20:(7)1647-1655.  Abstract

2009

94.
Letizia Zullo; German Sumbre; Claudio Agnisola; Tamar Flash; Binyamin Hochner (2009). Nonsomatotopic Organization of the Higher Motor Centers in Octopus.  Current Biology. 19:(19)1632-1636.  Abstract
93.
Ido Zelman; Meirav Galun; Ayelet Akselrod-Ballin; Yoram Yekutieli; Binyamin Hochner; Tamar Flash (2009). Nearly automatic motion capture system for tracking octopus arm movements in 3D space.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 182:(1)97-109.  Abstract
92.
Felix Polyakov; Rotem Drori; Yoram Ben-Shaul; Moshe Abeles; Tamar Flash (2009). A Compact Representation of Drawing Movements with Sequences of Parabolic Primitives.  PLoS Computational Biology. 5:(7)  Abstract
91.
Jason Friedman; Tamar Flash (2009). Trajectory of the index finger during grasping.  Experimental Brain Research. 196:(4)497-509.  Abstract
90.
Daniel Bennequin; Ronit Fuchs; Alain Berthoz; Tamar Flash (2009). Movement Timing and Invariance Arise from Several Geometries.  PLoS Computational Biology. 5:(7)  Abstract
89.
Ariel Tankus; Yehezkel Yeshurun; Tamar Flash; Itzhak Fried (2009). Encoding of speed and direction of movement in the human supplementary motor area.  Journal of Neurosurgery. 110:(6)1304-1316.  Abstract
88.
Karl M. Newell; J. A. Scott Kelso; Ron Marteniuk et al. (2009). Tribute to Betty S. Adelman.  Journal of Motor Behavior. 41:(3)284-285. [All authors]
87.
Frank E. Pollick; Uri Maoz; Amir A. Handzel; Peter J. Giblin; Guillermo Sapiro; Tamar Flash (2009). Three-dimensional arm movements at constant equi-affine speed.  Cortex. 45:(3)325-339.  Abstract
86.
Bjoern Hauptmann; Ronen Sosnik; Oded Smikt; Eli Okon; David Manor; Tammar Kushnir; Tamar Flash; Avi Karni (2009). A new method to record and control for 2D-movement kinematics during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).  Cortex. 45:(3)407-417.  Abstract
85.
Avi Barliya; Lars Omlor; Martin A. Giese; Tamar Flash (2009). An analytical formulation of the law of intersegmental coordination during human locomotion.  Experimental Brain Research. 193:(3)371-385.  Abstract
84.
Luigi Trojano; Dario Grossi; Tamar Flash (2009). Cognitive neuroscience of drawing: Contributions of neuropsychological, experimental and neurofunctional studies.  Cortex. 45:(3)269-277.
83.
Lior Noy; Raffaella Ida Rumiati; Tamar Flash (2009). Simple movement imitation: Are kinematic features sufficient to map perceptions into actions?.  Brain and Cognition. 69:(2)360-368.  Abstract
82.
Uri Maoz; Alain Berthoz; Tamar Flash (2009). Complex Unconstrained Three-Dimensional Hand Movement and Constant Equi-Affine Speed.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 101:(2)1002-1015.  Abstract
81.
Felix Polyakov; Eran Stark; Rotem Drori; Moshe Abeles; Tamar Flash (2009). Parabolic movement primitives and cortical states: merging optimality with geometric invariance.  Biological Cybernetics. 100:(2)159-184.  Abstract

2008

80.
Sigal Berman; Dario G. Liebermann; Tamar Flash (2008). Application of motor algebra to the analysis of human arm movements.  Robotica. 26:435-451.  Abstract

2007

79.
Eran Dayan; Antonino Casile; Nava Levit-Binnun; Martin A. Giese; Talma Hendler; Tamar Flash (2007). Neural representations of kinematic laws of motion: Evidence for action-perception coupling.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104:(51)20582-20587.  Abstract
78.
Armin Biess; Dario G. Liebermann; Tamar Flash (2007). A computational model for redundant human three-dimensional pointing movements: Integration of independent spatial and temporal motor plans simplifies movement dynamics.  Journal of Neuroscience. 27:(48)13045-13064.  Abstract
77.
Yoram Yekutieli; Rea Mitelman; Binyamin Hochner; Tamar Flash (2007). Analyzing octopus movements using three-dimensional reconstruction.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 98:(3)1775-1790.  Abstract
76.
Tamar Flash; Amir A. Handzel (2007). Affine differential geometry analysis of human arm movements.  Biological Cybernetics. 96:(6)577-601.  Abstract
75.
Jason Friedman; Tamar Flash (2007). Task-dependent selection of grasp kinematics and stiffness in human object manipulation.  Cortex. 43:(3)444-460.  Abstract
74.
Ronen Sosnik; Tamar Flash; Bjoern Hauptmann; Avi Karni (2007). The acquisition and implementation of the smoothness maximization motion strategy is dependent on spatial accuracy demands.  Experimental Brain Research. 176:(2)311-331.  Abstract
73.
Tamar Flash (2007). Geometric approaches to the study of action-perception coupling.  Perception. 36:13-14.  Abstract

2006

72.
Yoram Gutfreund; Henry Matzner; Tamar Flash; Binyamin Hochner (2006). Patterns of motor activity in the isolated nerve cord of the octopus arm.  Biological Bulletin. 211:(3)212-222.  Abstract
71.
A Biess; M Nagurka; Tamar Flash (2006). Simulating discrete and rhythmic multi-joint human arm movements by optimization of nonlinear performance indices.  Biological Cybernetics. 95:(1)31-53.  Abstract
70.
I Israel; I Siegler; S Rivaud-Pechoux; B Gaymard; P Leboucher; M Ehrette; A Berthoz; C Pierrot-Deseilligny; Tamar Flash (2006). Reproduction of self-rotation duration.  Neuroscience Letters. 402:(3)244-248.  Abstract
69.
N Levit-Binnun; Edna Schechtman; Tamar Flash (2006). On the similarities between the perception and production of elliptical trajectories.  Experimental Brain Research. 172:(4)533-555.  Abstract
68.
Dg Liebermann; A Biess; Ccam Gielen; Tamar Flash (2006). Intrinsic joint kinematic planning. II: Hand-path predictions based on a Listing's plane constraint.  Experimental Brain Research. 171:(2)155-173.  Abstract
67.
Dg Liebermann; A Biess; J Friedman; Ccam Gielen; Tamar Flash (2006). Intrinsic joint kinematic planning. I: Reassessing the Listing's law constraint in the control of three-dimensional arm movements.  Experimental Brain Research. 171:(2)139-154.  Abstract
66.
G Sumbre; G Fiorito; Tamar Flash; B Hochner (2006). Octopuses use a human-like strategy to control precise point-to-point arm movements.  Current Biology. 16:(8)767-772.  Abstract
65.
Tamar Flash (2006). Modeling approaches in limb movement control.  Comparative Biochemistry And Physiology A-Molecular & Integrative Physiology. 143:(4)S110-S110.  Abstract

2005

64.
Tamar Flash; B Hochner (2005). Motor primitives in vertebrates and invertebrates.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 15:(6)660-666.  Abstract
63.
Yoram Yekutieli; R Sagiv-Zohar; B Hochner; Tamar Flash (2005). Dynamic model of the octopus arm. II. Control of reaching movements.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 94:(2)1459-1468.  Abstract
62.
Yoram Yekutieli; R Sagiv-Zohar; R Aharonov; Y Engel; B Hochner; Tamar Flash (2005). Dynamic model of the octopus arm. I. Biomechanics of the octopus reaching movement.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 94:(2)1443-1458.  Abstract
61.
H Hicheur; S Vieilledent; Mje Richardson; Tamar Flash; A Berthoz (2005). Velocity and curvature in human locomotion along complex curved paths: a comparison with hand movements.  Experimental Brain Research. 162:(2)145-154.  Abstract
60.
G Sumbre; G Fiorito; Tamar Flash; B Hochner (2005). Motor control of flexible octopus arms.  Nature. 433:(7026)595-596.
59.
M Korman; Tamar Flash; A Karni (2005). Resistance to interference and the emergence of delayed gains in newly acquired procedural memories: Synaptic and system consolidation?.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 28:(1)74-+.  Abstract
58.
L Zullo; G Sumbre; Tamar Flash; B Hochner (2005). Characterization of neural activities of the octopus higher motor centers.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S73-S73.  Abstract
57.
Shmuel Berman; J Friedman; Tamar Flash (2005). Object-action abstraction for teleoperation.  International Conference On Systems, Man And Cybernetics, Vol 1-4, Proceedings. 2631-2636.  Abstract
56.
J Friedman; Tamar Flash (2005). Optimal grasps for object manipulation.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S22-S23.  Abstract
55.
Rea Mitelman; Yoram Yekutieli; Tamar Flash; B Hochner (2005). Towards a better understanding of the octopus" motor control: A kinematic description of the bend initiation movement using 3D reconstruction of the entire arm.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S47-S47.  Abstract

2004

54.
R Sosnik; B Hauptmann; A Karni; Tamar Flash (2004). When practice leads to co-articulation: the evolution of geometrically defined movement primitives.  Experimental Brain Research. 156:(4)422-438.  Abstract

2003

53.
M Korman; N Raz; Tamar Flash; A Karni (2003). Multiple shifts in the representation of a motor sequence during the acquisition of skilled performance.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 100:(21)12492-12497.  Abstract
52.
Tamar Flash (2003). The control of motor behaviour in health & disease: Combining behavioral and computational approaches.  Psychiatric Neuroimaging. 348:84-92.  Abstract

2002

51.
Mje Richardson; Tamar Flash (2002). Comparing smooth arm movements with the two-thirds power law and the related segmented-control hypothesis.  Journal of Neuroscience. 22:(18)8201-8211.  Abstract
50.
P Vetter; Tamar Flash; Dm Wolpert (2002). Planning movements in a simple redundant task.  Current Biology. 12:(6)488-491.  Abstract

2001

49.
R Inzelberg; Tamar Flash; M Plotnik; Edna Schechtman; I Shahar; Ad Korczyn (2001). Mental and motor switching in Parkinson's disease.  Journal of Motor Behavior. 33:(4)377-385.  Abstract
48.
Tamar Flash; Tj Sejnowski (2001). Computational approaches to motor control.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 11:(6)655-662.  Abstract
47.
G Sumbre; Yoram Gutfreund; G Fiorito; Tamar Flash; B Hochner (2001). Control of octopus arm extension by a peripheral motor program.  Science. 293:(5536)1845-1848.  Abstract
46.
V Rogozin; Y Edan; Tamar Flash (2001). A real-time trajectory modification algorithm.  Robotica. 19:395-405.  Abstract
45.
Aa Handzel; Tamar Flash (2001). Affine invariant edge completion with affine geodesics.  Ieee Workshop On Variational And Level Set Methods In Computer Vision, Proceedings. 97-103.  Abstract

2000

44.
Y Edan; D Rogozin; Tamar Flash; Ge Miles (2000). Robotic melon harvesting.  IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation. 16:(6)831-835.  Abstract
43.
R Sagiv; Yoram Yekutieli; R Aharonov; Y Engel; Tamar Flash; B Hochner (2000). A dynamic model of the octopus arm.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 12:197-197.  Abstract
42.
Yoram Yekutieli; B Hoehner; Tamar Flash (2000). Analysis of common features in octopus arm movements.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 12:198-198.  Abstract
41.
P Vetter; Tamar Flash; Dm Wolpert (2000). Planning movements in a simple redundant task.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 12:76-76.  Abstract

1999

40.
G Sumbre; G Fiorito; Tamar Flash; B Hochner (1999). Further studies on denervated octopus' arm movements.  Neuroscience Letters. S40-S40.  Abstract
39.
Yoram Yekutieli; B Hochner; Tamar Flash (1999). Detecting common features in octopus movements - A clue to the existence of motor primitivers.  Neuroscience Letters. S45-S45.  Abstract
38.
T Gat-Falik; Tamar Flash (1999). The superposition strategy for arm trajectory modification in robotic manipulators.  Ieee Transactions On Systems Man And Cybernetics Part B-Cybernetics. 29:(1)83-95.  Abstract

1998

37.
M Plotnik; Tamar Flash; R Inzelberg; Edna Schechtman; Ad Korczyn (1998). Motor switching abilities in Parkinson's disease and old age: temporal aspects.  Journal Of Neurology Neurosurgery And Psychiatry. 65:(3)328-337.  Abstract
36.
Yoram Gutfreund; Tamar Flash; G Fiorito; B Hochner (1998). Patterns of arm muscle activation involved in octopus reaching movements.  Journal of Neuroscience. 18:(15)5976-5987.  Abstract
35.
I Kamon; Tamar Flash; S Edelman (1998). Learning visually guided grasping: A test case in sensorimotor learning.  Ieee Transactions On Systems Man And Cybernetics Part A-Systems And Humans. 28:(3)266-276.  Abstract
34.
G Sumbre; Yoram Gutfreund; G Fiorito; Tamar Flash; B Hochner (1998). Evoked movements in a denervated octopus arm.  Neuroscience Letters. S42-S42.  Abstract
33.
A Iliesh; Tamar Flash (1998). Motor adaptation of the human hand to new environments.  Neuroscience Letters. S20-S20.  Abstract
32.
Yoram Yekutieli; B Hochner; Tamar Flash (1998). Three dimensional reconstruction of octopus arms during motion as a tool for studying motion control.  Neuroscience Letters. S44-S45.  Abstract

1997

31.
Ccam Gielen; Ej Vrijenhoek; Tamar Flash; Sfw Neggers (1997). Arm position constraints during pointing and reaching in 3-D space.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 78:(2)660-673.  Abstract
30.
Tamar Flash (1997). The acquisition of motor behavior in vertebrates - Bloedel,JR, Ebner,TJ, Wise,SP.  Science. 275:(5306)1612-1612.
29.
R Aharonov; Y Engel; B Hochner; Tamar Flash (1997). A dynamical model of the octopus arm.  Neuroscience Letters. S1-S2.  Abstract
28.
Yoram Gutfreund; Tamar Flash; G Fiorito; B Hochner (1997). Motor programs involved in the control of octopus arm movements.  Neuroscience Letters. S22-S23.  Abstract

1996

27.
Yoram Gutfreund; Tamar Flash; Y Yarom; G Fiorito; I Segev; B Hochner (1996). Organization of octopus arm movements: A model system for studying the control of flexible arms.  Journal of Neuroscience. 16:(22)7297-7307.  Abstract
26.
Tamar Flash; Irina Gurevich; Ealan Henis (1996). Characterizing and modeling human arm movements: Insights into motor organization.  Advances In Processing And Pattern Analysis Of Biological Signals. 391-411.  Abstract
25.
R Inzelberg; M Plotnik; Tamar Flash; Edna Schechtman; I Shahar; Ad Korczyn (1996). Switching abilities in Parkinson's disease.  Parkinson'S Disease. 69:361-369.  Abstract
24.
Aa Handzel; Tamar Flash (1996). The geometry of eye rotations and Listing's law.  Advances In Neural Information Processing Systems 8: Proceedings Of The 1995 Conference. 8:117-123.  Abstract

1995

23.
Ea Henis; Tamar Flash (1995). Mechanisms Underlying the Generation of Averaged Modified Trajectories.  Biological Cybernetics. 72:(5)407-419.  Abstract
22.
R Inzelberg; Tamar Flash; Edna Schechtman; Ad Korczyn (1995). Kinematic Properties of Upper-Limb Trajectories in Idiopathic Torsion Dystonia.  Journal Of Neurology Neurosurgery And Psychiatry. 58:(3)312-319.  Abstract
21.
P Viviani; Tamar Flash (1995). Minimum-Jerk, 2/3-Power Law, and Isochrony - Converging Approaches to Movement Planning.  Journal Of Experimental Psychology-Human Perception And Performance. 21:(1)32-53.  Abstract
20.
Tamar Flash (1995). Trajectory learning and control models: From human to robotic arms.  Analysis, Design And Evaluation Of Man-Machine Systems 1995, Vols 1 And 2. 419-424.  Abstract

1994

19.
Tamar Flash; Mi Jordan (1994). Computational Schemes and Neural-Network Models of Human Arm Trajectory Control.  World Congress On Neural Networks-San Diego - 1994 International Neural Network Society Annual Meeting, Vol 1. A76-A83.  Abstract
18.
Mi Jordan; Tamar Flash; Y Arnon (1994). A Model of the Learning of Arm Trajectories from Spatial Deviations.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 6:(4)359-376.  Abstract

1993

17.
Tamar Flash; A Wing (1993). Modeling the Control of Upper-Limb Movement - Preface.  Journal of Motor Behavior. 25:(3)130-130.

1992

16.
Tamar Flash; R Inzelberg; Edna Schechtman; Ad Korczyn (1992). Kinematic Analysis of Upper Limb Trajectories in Parkinsons-Disease.  Experimental Neurology. 118:(2)215-226.
15.
Tamar Flash; Ealan Henis; R Inzelberg; Ad Korczyn (1992). Timing and Sequencing of Human Arm Trajectories - Normal and Abnormal Motor Behavior.  Human Movement Science. 11:(2-Jan)83-100.  Abstract

1991

14.
Merav Cohen; Tamar Flash (1991). Learning Impedance Parameters For Robot Control Using an Associative Search Network.  IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation. 7:(3)382-390.  Abstract
13.
Y Edan; Tamar Flash; Um Peiper; I Shmulevich; Y Sarig (1991). Near Minimum Time Task Planning For Fruit Picking Robots.  IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation. 7:(1)48-56.  Abstract
12.
Tamar Flash; Ealan Henis (1991). Arm Trajectory Modifications During Reaching Towards Visual Targets.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 3:(3)220-230.  Abstract

1990

11.
S Edelman; Tamar Flash; Shimon Ullman (1990). Reading Cursive Handwriting by Alignment of Letter Prototypes.  International Journal of Computer Vision. 5:(3)303-331.  Abstract
10.
Y Edan; Tamar Flash; I Shmulevich; Y Sarig; Um Peiper (1990). An Algorithm Defining the Motions of a Citrus Picking Robot.  Journal Of Agricultural Engineering Research. 46:(4)259-273.
9.
Tamar Flash; F Mussaivaldi (1990). Human Arm Stiffness Characteristics During the Maintenance of Posture.  Experimental Brain Research. 82:(2)315-326.

1989

8.
Tamar Flash (1989). Speed-Insensitive and Speed-Sensitive Strategies in Multijoint Movements.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 12:(2)215-216.
7.
Tamar Flash (1989). Generation of Reaching Movements - Plausibility and Implications of the Equilibrium Trajectory Hypothesis.  Brain Behavior And Evolution. 33:(3-Feb)63-68.
6.
Ealan Henis; Tamar Flash (1989). Mechanisms Subserving Arm Trajectory Modification.  Perception. 18:(4)495-495.  Abstract

1988

5.
Tamar Flash; Rb Potts (1988). Discrete Trajectory Planning.  International Journal of Robotics Research. 7:(5)48-57.

1987

4.
N Hogan; Tamar Flash (1987). Moving Gracefully - Quantitative Theories of Motor Coordination.  Trends in Neurosciences. 10:(4)170-174.
3.
Tamar Flash (1987). The Control of Hand Equilibrium Trajectories in Multijoint Arm Movements.  Biological Cybernetics. 57:(5-Apr)257-274.
2.
N Hogan; E Bizzi; Fa Mussaivaldi; Tamar Flash (1987). Controlling Multijoint Motor Behavior.  Exercise And Sport Sciences Reviews. 15:153-190.
1.
S Edelman; Tamar Flash (1987). A Model of Handwriting.  Biological Cybernetics. 57:(2-Jan)25-36.