Amanda Therrien

TitleAsst Professor
InstitutionThomas Jefferson University
DepartmentRehabilitation Medicine
Address60 Township Line Road
Elkins Park PA 19027
Phone215-663-6329
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    1. Therrien AS, Wong AL. Mechanisms of Human Motor Learning Do Not Function Independently. Front Hum Neurosci. 2021; 15:785992. PMID: 35058767.
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    2. Edwards EM, Fritz NE, Therrien AS. Cerebellar Dysfunction in Multiple Sclerosis: Considerations for Research and Rehabilitation Therapy. Neurorehabil Neural Repair. 2022 02; 36(2):103-106. PMID: 34931569.
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    3. Reoli R, Therrien A, Cherry-Allen K, Keller J, Millar J, Bastian A. Is the dynamic gait index a useful outcome to measure balance and ambulation in patients with cerebellar ataxia? Gait Posture. 2021 09; 89:200-205. PMID: 34333242.
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    4. Hardwick RM, Therrien AS, Lesage E. Non-invasive stimulation of the motor cerebellum has potential cognitive confounds. Brain Stimul. 2021 Jul-Aug; 14(4):922-923. PMID: 34089926.
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    5. Therrien AS, Howard C, Buxbaum LJ. Aberrant activity in an intact residual muscle is associated with phantom limb pain in above-knee amputees. J Neurophysiol. 2021 06 01; 125(6):2135-2143. PMID: 33949884.
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    6. Reoli R, Cherry-Allen K, Therrien A, Keller J, Leech K, Whitt AL, Bastian A. Can the ARAT Be Used to Measure Arm Function in People With Cerebellar Ataxia? Phys Ther. 2021 02 04; 101(2). PMID: 33336704.
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    7. Therrien AS, Statton MA, Bastian AJ. Reinforcement Signaling Can Be Used to Reduce Elements of Cerebellar Reaching Ataxia. Cerebellum. 2021 Feb; 20(1):62-73. PMID: 32880848.
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    8. Uehara S, Mawase F, Therrien AS, Cherry-Allen KM, Celnik P. Interactions between motor exploration and reinforcement learning. J Neurophysiol. 2019 08 01; 122(2):797-808. PMID: 31242063.
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    9. Therrien AS, Wolpert DM, Bastian AJ. Increasing Motor Noise Impairs Reinforcement Learning in Healthy Individuals. eNeuro. 2018 May-Jun; 5(3). PMID: 30105298.
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    10. Therrien AS, Bastian AJ. The cerebellum as a movement sensor. Neurosci Lett. 2019 01 01; 688:37-40. PMID: 29966751.
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    11. Weeks HM, Therrien AS, Bastian AJ. The cerebellum contributes to proprioception during motion. J Neurophysiol. 2017 08 01; 118(2):693-702. PMID: 28404825.
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    12. Weeks HM, Therrien AS, Bastian AJ. Proprioceptive Localization Deficits in People With Cerebellar Damage. Cerebellum. 2017 04; 16(2):427-437. PMID: 27538404.
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    13. Therrien AS, Wolpert DM, Bastian AJ. Effective reinforcement learning following cerebellar damage requires a balance between exploration and motor noise. Brain. 2016 Jan; 139(Pt 1):101-14. PMID: 26626368.
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    14. Therrien AS, Bastian AJ. Cerebellar damage impairs internal predictions for sensory and motor function. Curr Opin Neurobiol. 2015 Aug; 33:127-33. PMID: 25863011.
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    15. Therrien AS, Lyons J, Balasubramaniam R. Continuous theta-burst stimulation to primary motor cortex reveals asymmetric compensation for sensory attenuation in bimanual repetitive force production. J Neurophysiol. 2013 Aug; 110(4):872-82. PMID: 23678021.
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    16. Therrien AS, Lyons J, Balasubramaniam R. Sensory attenuation of self-produced feedback: the Lombard effect revisited. PLoS One. 2012; 7(11):e49370. PMID: 23145166.
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    17. Therrien AS, Richardson BA, Balasubramaniam R. Continuous theta-burst stimulation to primary motor cortex reduces the overproduction of forces following removal of visual feedback. Neuropsychologia. 2011 Aug; 49(10):2941-6. PMID: 21736890.
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    18. Therrien AS, Lyons J, Balasubramaniam R. Repetitive finger force production in predictable environments. Neurosci Lett. 2010 Jul 19; 479(1):69-73. PMID: 20488226.
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    19. Therrien AS, Balasubramaniam R. Timing and visual feedback constraints on repetitive finger force production. Exp Brain Res. 2010 Apr; 201(4):673-9. PMID: 19936722.
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