Howard N. Zelaznik

Howard N. Zelaznik Profile Picture

Professor of Health and Kinesiology
Ph.D., USC, 1978

Contact Info:

Training Group(s):
Integrative Neuroscience

PULSe Contributor - not currently hosting students for laboratory rotations or recruiting students in the laboratory

Current Research Interests:

Professor Zelaznik studies the coordination of bimanualperformance, such as drawing lines and circles; theories and models for speed-accuracy trade-off behavior; individual differences in timing and spatial ability; development of stable modes of coordination; motor performance of individuals who stutter as well as motor control in American Sign Language.

Selected Publications:

Zelaznik, H.N. & Proctor, R. W. (1997). Can one explanation serve two laws? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 20, 325.

Zelaznik, H.N., Smith, A., Franz, E. A. & Ho, M. (1997). Differences in bimanual coordination associated with stuttering. Acta Psychologica, 96, 229-243.

Kim, K., McMillan, M., & Zelaznik, H.N. (1996). Behavioral analysis of trajectory formation: The speed-accuracy trade-off as a tool to understand strategies of movement control. In H.N. Zelaznik (Ed.) Advances in Motor Learning and Control (pp. 1-12). Champaign, Il.: Human Kinetics

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