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Timo Nurmi
Timo Nurmi
Doctoral Candidate, Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering, Aalto University
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Optimization of proprioceptive stimulation frequency and movement range for fMRI
T Nurmi, L Henriksson, H Piitulainen
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 12, 477, 2018
122018
Corticokinematic coherence is stronger to regular than irregular proprioceptive stimulation of the hand
T Mujunen, T Nurmi, H Piitulainen
Journal of Neurophysiology 126 (2), 550-560, 2021
102021
Stronger proprioceptive BOLD-responses in the somatosensory cortices reflect worse sensorimotor function in adolescents with and without cerebral palsy
T Nurmi, J Jaatela, J Vallinoja, H Mäenpää, H Piitulainen
NeuroImage: Clinical 32, 102795, 2021
92021
Cortical proprioceptive processing is altered in children with diplegic cerebral palsy
H Piitulainen, T Nurmi, J Vallinoja, J Jaatela, E Ylitalo, H Mäenpää
Gait & Posture 81, 277-278, 2020
72020
More comprehensive proprioceptive stimulation of the hand amplifies its cortical processing
M Hakonen, T Nurmi, J Vallinoja, J Jaatela, H Piitulainen
Journal of neurophysiology 128 (3), 568-581, 2022
52022
Gating patterns to proprioceptive stimulation in various cortical areas: an MEG study in children and adults using spatial ICA
J Vallinoja, J Jaatela, T Nurmi, H Piitulainen
Cerebral Cortex 31 (3), 1523-1537, 2021
52021
Attention directed to proprioceptive stimulation alters its cortical processing in the primary sensorimotor cortex
H Piitulainen, T Nurmi, M Hakonen
European Journal of Neuroscience 54 (1), 4269-4282, 2021
42021
Altered excitation-inhibition balance in the primary sensorimotor cortex to proprioceptive hand stimulation in cerebral palsy
M Illman, J Jaatela, J Vallinoja, T Nurmi, H Mäenpää, H Piitulainen
Clinical Neurophysiology 157, 25-36, 2024
32024
Proprioceptive response strength in the primary sensorimotor cortex is invariant to the range of finger movement
T Nurmi, M Hakonen, M Bourguignon, H Piitulainen
NeuroImage 269, 119937, 2023
32023
Identification of proprioceptive thalamocortical tracts in children: comparison of fMRI, MEG, and manual seeding of probabilistic tractography
J Jaatela, DB Aydogan, T Nurmi, J Vallinoja, H Piitulainen
Cerebral Cortex 32 (17), 3736-3751, 2022
32022
Functional connectivity of sensorimotor network is enhanced in spastic diplegic cerebral palsy: A multimodal study using fMRI and MEG
J Vallinoja, T Nurmi, J Jaatela, V Wens, M Bourguignon, H Mäenpää, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 157, 4-14, 2024
22024
Altered corpus callosum structure in adolescents with cerebral palsy: connection to gait and balance
J Jaatela, T Nurmi, J Vallinoja, H Mäenpää, V Sairanen, H Piitulainen
Brain Structure and Function 228 (8), 1901-1915, 2023
12023
Limb-specific thalamocortical tracts are impaired differently in hemiplegic and diplegic subtypes of cerebral palsy
J Jaatela, DB Aydogan, T Nurmi, J Vallinoja, H Mäenpää, H Piitulainen
Cerebral Cortex 33 (19), 10245-10257, 2023
12023
Perception of the ankle joint proprioception is impaired in extremely preterm-born adolescents and is associated with weaker fine-motor performance
H Piitulainen, T Nurmi, V Vuontela, H Mäenpää, A Lano, S Carlson
Gait & Posture 97, S159-S160, 2022
12022
Proprioceptive perception of the ankle joint is impaired in developmental coordination disorder
H Piitulainen, T Nurmi, V Vuontela, H Mäenpää, A Lano, S Carlson
Gait Posture 90, 188-189, 2021
12021
Altered corpus callosum structure in adolescents with cerebral palsy
J Jaatela, T Nurmi, J Vallinoja, H Mäenpää, V Sairanen, H Piitulainen
Springer, 2023
2023
Optimization of proprioceptive stimulation frequency for fMRI studies
T Nurmi, L Henriksson, H Piitulainen
The Organization for Human Brain Mapping, 2018
2018
Social Localizer
T Nurmi
2016
Social Localizer: a brain research tool for specifying regions-of-interest related to social cognition with fMRI
T Nurmi
University of Helsinki, 2016
2016
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