Peer Reviewed Articles On Motor Control In Humans

Kernohan’s contributions to neurosurgery (1/6/21)

Ipsilateral hemiparesis and its history for neurosurgery: same side, wrong side (1/6/21)

7/2/20 - Right Handers Breathe with Left Hemisphere: Handedness and the Risk of Sudden Death in Hemispheric Stroke in NASCET

8/21/19 - The Slower Side Marches to a Distant Drummer: A Fresh Look at the Results of a Paper and Pencil Test for Laterality of Motor Control


04/2/19 - Laterality of Motor Control and its Robotic Applications: A Paper and Pencil Method for Lateralizing the Major (Action, Thought) Hemisphere

03/1/19 - Understanding Left-Handedness

  1. Left leg Apraxia after Anterior Cerebral Artery Territory Infarction

  2. Right Sided Weakness with Right Subdural Hematoma: Motor Deafferentation of Left Hemisphere Resulted in Paralysis of the Right Side

  3. Brad Pitt and Laterality of Motor Control

  4. The Lone Abducting Eye and Laterality of Motor Control: Congresswoman Giffords’ ‘‘Wrong-Way Eyes’’ Denotes Crossed Right Hemisphere Syndrome in a Right Hander Annals of Neurology, November 2012

  5. Pseudoneglect and its Many Faces: Laterality of Motor Control Underpins Asymmetries in Line Bisection, Initial Visual Exploration, Optimal Viewing Position, Point of Subjective Equality and Visual SpanAugust 2012

  6. Laterality of Motor Control before the Advent of Experimental Psychology: Revisiting David Kinnebrook's "Errors of Judgement" at Greenwich in 1796 February 2012

  7. Charleston Neurologist Explores Nuances of Handedness March 16, 2011

  8. Derakhshan I Laterality of Motor Control Before the Advent of Experimental Psychology Revisiting David Kinnebrook's Error of Judgement at Greenwich in 17962011.

  9. Derakhshan I From Celestial to Terestrial: A New Light on David Kinnebrook's Systematic Error of Judgement at Greenwich in 1796 2011.

  10. Derakhshan I. Attentional Asymmetry or Laterality of Motor Control? Commentary on Buckingham et al. Cortex, October 2010.

  11. Derakhshan I. Right sides weakness with right subdural hematoma: Motor deafferentation of left hemisphere resulted in paralysis of the right side. Journal of Brain Injury. August 2009

  12. Derakhshan I. It's All Quiet in the Minor Hemisphere: An Enquiry into the Laterality of Consciousness, Attention and Vision in Human Brain. 2009

  13. Derakhshan I. The Kernohan-Woltman phenomenon and laterality of motor control: Fresh analysis of data in article "Incisura of the crus due to contralateral brain tumor". Journal of the Neurological Sciences. 2009

  14. Derakhshan I. Lateralities of motor control and the alien hand always coincide: further observations on directionality in callosal traffic underpinning handedness., Neurological Research, 2008, Volume 7.

  15. Derakhshan I. Bimanual simultaneous movements and hemispheric dominance: Timing of events hard-wired circuitry for action, speech, and imagination., Psychology Research and Behavior Management 2008: 1-9. 2008

  16. Derakhshan I. Laterality of Seizure Onset and the Simple Reaction Time: Revamping the Poffenberger's Paradigm for Seizure Surgery. , Neurological Research, 2006, Volume 28, October

  17. Derakshan I. Nonconclusive status epilepticus with an unusual EEG: A fresh look at lateralities of motor control and awareness, Epilepsy and Behavior. August 2006

  18. Clinical commentary - Crossed–uncrossed difference (CUD) in a new light: anatomy of the negative CUD in
    Poffenberger’s paradigm
    , Acta Neurologica Scandinavica. March 2006

  19. Derakhshan I. Anatomy of handedness and the laterality of seizure onset: surgical implications of new
    understandings in motor control

    Neurol Res 2005; 27: 773–779

  20. Laterality of Motor Control Revisited: Directionality of Callosal Traffic and Its Rehabilitative Implications
    Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 2005;12(1):76–82

  21. How do the eyes move together? New understandings
    help explain eye deviations in patients with stroke

    CMAJ • JAN. 18, 2005; 172 (2)

  22. Derakhshan, Binder et al; NEUROSURGERY, Kernohan TMS MEP,2005

  23. Derakhshan I, Adler DE , Milhorat TH. Kernohan Notch. J Neurosurg 2004 April; 100: 741-2.

  24. Derakhshan I. Handedness and macular vision: Laterality of motor control underpins both. Neurolo Res. 2004; 26 (3): 311-17  

  25. Derakhshan I, Franz EA, Rowse A. Handedness, neural versus behavioral: is there a measureable callosal difference: J Mot Behav. 2003 Dec; 35(4): 409-14.

  26. Derakhshan I. Callosum and movement control: case reports. Neurol Res. 2003 Jul; 25(5): 538-42.

  27. Derakhshan I. (Editorial) In defense of the sinistrals: anatomy of handedness and the safety of prenatal ultrasound. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 2003 Mar; 21(3): 209-12.

  28. Derakhshan I. Laterality of the Command Center in Relation to Handedness and Simple Reaction Time: A Clinical Perspective, Journal of Neurophysiology, 2006

  29. Nature's shell game revealed: evidence for non-Newtonian laterality of macular vision (Ocular integration in the human visual cortex. Vol. 41(5)), Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology, Volume 42, June 2007, Pages 485-486

  30. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. May 2006. Abstracts numbers 062, 081, 192

  31. Derakhshan I, Hund-Georgiadis M, Von Cramon DY. Impaired hemodynamics and neural activation? An fMRI study of major cerebral artery stenosis. Neurology 2003 online, December 4. Selected as a peer reviewed correspondence (scheduled for print publication in May, 2004).

  32. The Nays Have It:
    A Critical Re-appraisal of Newton’s Visual Sense of Space
    . ieee Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Visualization Methods; MSV 2005

    Scientific/technical note on motor control and other neurological subjects published in peer-reviewed journals since the year 2000

  33. Crossed Aphasia and Laterality of Motor Control, Neurology Dec. 2006

  34. The relationship of time and space in the brain. Neurology_2005; 63 (11) 2139-2141.htm

  35. Callosal Neglect Reexamined
    ARCH NEUROL/ Vol 60, Oct 2003

  36. Letter to the Canadian Medical Association Journal

  37. Letter to the Editor, Hugo Liepmann revisited, this time with numbers 10.1152/jn.00990.2003.

  38. Electroencephalogram and Laterality of Movement Control: A Clinical Analysis
    Journal of Child Neurology Volume: 18 Issue: 12 - 2003 - December

  39. The Preservation of Consciousness, Automatism,
    and Movement Control

    J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci 15:4, Fall 2003

  40. Derakhshan I. Crossed aphasia with neglect. Neurol Sci. 2003 Nov; 24(4): 275;author reply 276.

  41. Derakhshan I. The preservation of consciousness, automatism, and movement control. J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci. 2003 Fall; 15(4): 456; author reply 456-7.

  42. Derakhshan I, Deidrichsen J. Liepmann revisited, this time with numbers. J Neurophysiol. 2004; April issue in press

  43. Derakhshan I. Callosal neglect reexamined. Arch Neurol. 2003 Oct; 60(10): 1493.  

  44. Derakhshan I. Re. Sinistrality in subtypes of schizophrenia. Eur Psychiatry. 2003 Jun; 18(4): 199.

  45. Derakhshan I. Unsuspected atypical hemispheric dominance for language as determined by FMRI. Handedness: neural versus behavioral: the difference is measurable. Epilepsia. 2003 May; 44(5): 734; author reply 734-5.

  46. Derakhshan I. A new callosal syndrome. Neurorehabil Neural Repair. 2003 Mar; 17(1): 72-3.

  47. Derakhshan I. Improving hand function in chronic stroke: topography of the lesion and role of the corpus callosum. Arch Neurol. 2003 Apr; 60(4): 640; author reply 640-1.

  48. Derakhshan I. Is the middle between both halves? Midpoint location and segment size estimation in neglect. Neurology. 2003 Apr 8; 60(7): 1221; author reply 1221.

  49.  Comments on ‘‘Sugawara, K., & Kasai, T.
    (2002). Facilitation of motor evokedpotentia ls
    andH-reflexe s of flexor carpi radialis muscle
    induced by voluntary teeth clinching.

    Human Movement Science, 21, 203–212’’

  50. Unsuspected Atypical Hemispheric Dominance for
    Language as Determined by fMRI.
    Handedness; Neural versus Behavioral, the difference is measurable. Epilepsia, 2003

  51. Derakhshan I. Conflict and integration of spatial attention between disconnected hemispheres. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2003 Mar; 74(3): 395; author reply 395.

  52. Derakhshan I. Why nondominant hand movements cause bilateral cortical activation in emission imaging. Stroke. 2003 Jan; 34(1): 3-4; author reply 3-4.

  53. Derakhshan I. Handedness: neural versus behavioural. Eur J Neurol. 2002 Nov; 9(6): 701-2; author reply 702.

  54. Derakhshan I. Crossed nonaphasia in a dextral with left hemispheric lesions: handedness technically defined. Stroke. 2002 Jul; 33(7): 1749-50; author reply 1749-50.

  55. Derakhshan I. Ipsilateral, but via the callosum: a technical definition of handedness. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2002 May; 83(5): 733; author reply 733-4.  

  56. Cortical Organization, Neurosurgical forum, J Neurosurg June 2005

  57. Derakhshan I, Yuki N. Ataxic Guillain-Barre syndrome with anti-GQIb antibody: relation to Miller Fisher syndrome. Neurology. 2000 Nov 14; 55(9): 1419-20. Erratum in: Neurology 2001 Jan 23; 56(2): 283.

  58. Derakhshan I, Yuki N. Guillain-Barre, Fisher, Bickerstaff syndromes: nature versus well-established ideas. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2000 Nov; 69(5): 703-4.

  59. Derakhshan I. "Can't you use another vaccine"? Post-rabies vaccination encephalitis. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2000 Jun; 68(6): 798.