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David Sherwood

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Boulder
DepartmentIntegrative Physiology
Phone303/492-7561
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-2917-7884 
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    TitleAssoc Chair
    InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Boulder
    DepartmentIntegrative Physiology


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    1. Sherwood DE. Aiming accuracy in preferred and non-preferred limbs: implications for programing models of motor control. Front Psychol. 2014; 5:1236.
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    2. Sherwood DE, Lohse KR, Healy AF. Judging joint angles and movement outcome: Shifting the focus of attention in dart-throwing. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 2014 Oct; 40(5):1903-14.
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    3. Lohse KR, Sherwood DE, Healy AF. On the advantage of an external focus of attention: a benefit to learning or performance? Hum Mov Sci. 2014 Feb; 33:120-34.
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    4. Lohse KR, Jones M, Healy AF, Sherwood DE. The role of attention in motor control. J Exp Psychol Gen. 2014 Apr; 143(2):930-48.
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    5. Sherwood DE, Fosler J. Blocked and alternating variable practice and unintended spatial variations in continuous aiming movements. Percept Mot Skills. 2013 Apr; 116(2):611-25.
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    6. Lohse KR, Sherwood DE. Thinking about muscles: the neuromuscular effects of attentional focus on accuracy and fatigue. Acta Psychol (Amst). 2012 Jul; 140(3):236-45.
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    7. Sherwood DE, Rothman KK. Concurrent visual feedback and spatial accuracy in continuous aiming movements. Percept Mot Skills. 2011 Dec; 113(3):825-39.
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    8. Lohse KR, Sherwood DE. Defining the focus of attention: effects of attention on perceived exertion and fatigue. Front Psychol. 2011; 2:332.
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    9. Lohse KR, Sherwood DE, Healy AF. Neuromuscular effects of shifting the focus of attention in a simple force production task. J Mot Behav. 2011; 43(2):173-84.
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    10. Sherwood DE. Parameter value switching in discrete and continuous aiming movements. Percept Mot Skills. 2010 Dec; 111(3):901-17.
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    11. Sherwood DE. Detecting and correcting errors in rapid aiming movements: effects of movement time, distance, and velocity. Res Q Exerc Sport. 2010 Sep; 81(3):300-9.
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    12. Lohse KR, Sherwood DE, Healy AF. How changing the focus of attention affects performance, kinematics, and electromyography in dart throwing. Hum Mov Sci. 2010 Aug; 29(4):542-55.
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    13. Sherwood DE, Duffell B. Concurrent Visual Feedback, Practice Organization, and Spatial Aiming Accuracy in Rapid Movement Sequences. Int J Exerc Sci. 2010; 3(2):78-91.
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    14. Sherwood DE. Spatial error detection in rapid unimanual and bimanual aiming movements. Percept Mot Skills. 2009 Feb; 108(1):3-14.
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    15. Sherwood DE. Electromyographic control of movement time in a rapid aiming movement. Percept Mot Skills. 2008 Oct; 107(2):353-64.
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    16. Sherwood DE. Spatial assimilation effects in sequential movements: effects of parameter value switching and practice organization. J Mot Behav. 2008 May; 40(3):232-45.
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    17. Wilson EJ, Sherwood DE. Do the Principles of Motor Program Editing Apply to Longer Sequences of Rapid Aiming Movements? Part II. Int J Exerc Sci. 2008; 1(2):50-61.
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    18. Sherwood DE. Generalization of error detection across motor tasks by men and women. Percept Mot Skills. 2008 Apr; 106(2):557-72.
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    19. Wilson EJ, Sherwood DE. Do the Principles of Motor Program Editing Apply to Longer Sequences of Rapid Aiming Movements? Part I. Int J Exerc Sci. 2008; 1(1):30-42.
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    20. Sherwood DE. Separate movement planning and spatial assimilation effects in sequential bimanual aiming movements. Percept Mot Skills. 2007 Oct; 105(2):501-13.
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    21. Sherwood DE, Enebo BA. Trial-by-trial analysis or averaging: implications for electromyographic models of rapid limb control. Res Q Exerc Sport. 2007 Sep; 78(4):307-17.
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    22. Sherwood DE. Intermovement interval and spatial assimilation effects in sequential bimanual and unimanual movements. Hum Mov Sci. 2006 Apr; 25(2):145-64.
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    23. Sherwood DE, Enebo B. Speed-accuracy tradeoffs in rapid bimanual aiming movements. Percept Mot Skills. 2005 Dec; 101(3):707-20.
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    24. Enebo B, Sherwood D. Experience and practice organization in learning a simulated high-velocity low-amplitude task. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2005 Jan; 28(1):33-43.
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    25. Sherwood DE. Movement time modulates spatial assimilation effects in rapid bimanual movements. Res Q Exerc Sport. 2004 Jun; 75(2):203-8.
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    26. Sherwood DE, Lee TD. Schema theory: critical review and implications for the role of cognition in a new theory of motor learning. Res Q Exerc Sport. 2003 Dec; 74(4):376-82.
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    27. Sherwood DE, Kaiser A. Using concurrent visual feedback to focus attention in bimanual aiming movements. Res Q Exerc Sport. 2002 Dec; 73(4):478-84.
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    28. Weeks DL, Sherwood DE, Noteboom JT. Anticipatory modulation of precision grip force with variations in limb velocity of a curvilinear movement. J Mot Behav. 2002 Mar; 34(1):59-66.
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    29. Sherwood DE, Rios V. Divided attention in bimanual aiming movements: effects on movement accuracy. Res Q Exerc Sport. 2001 Sep; 72(3):210-8.
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    30. Green S, Sherwood DE. The benefits of random variable practice for accuracy and temporal error detection in a rapid aiming task. Res Q Exerc Sport. 2000 Dec; 71(4):398-402.
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    31. Sherwood DE, Nishimura KN. Spatial Error Detection and Assimilation Effects in Rapid Single and Bimanual Aiming Movements. J Mot Behav. 1999 Dec; 31(4):381-393.
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    32. Sherwood DE, Sullivan A. Spatial assimilation effects and error detection in rapid overlapping and sequential bimanual movements. Res Q Exerc Sport. 1999 Sep; 70(3):252-64.
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    33. Sherwood DE. The benefits of random variable practice for spatial accuracy and error detection in a rapid aiming task. Res Q Exerc Sport. 1996 Mar; 67(1):35-43.
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    34. Sherwood DE. Hand preference, practice order, and spatial assimilations in rapid bimanual movement. J Mot Behav. 1994 Jun; 26(2):123-43.
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    35. Weeks DL, Sherwood DE. A comparison of knowledge of results scheduling methods for promoting motor skill acquisition and retention. Res Q Exerc Sport. 1994 Jun; 65(2):136-42.
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    36. Tschoepe BA, Sherwood DE, Wallace SA. Localized muscular fatigue duration, EMG parameters and accuracy of rapid limb movements. J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 1994; 4(4):218-29.
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    37. Sherwood DE, Nishimura KM. EMG amplitude and spatial assimilation effects in rapid bimanual movement. Res Q Exerc Sport. 1992 Sep; 63(3):284-91.
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    38. Weeks DL, Sherwood DE, Wallace SA. EMG area scaling and velocity modulations in a spatiotemporally constrained movement. J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 1991 Dec; 1(4):250-62.
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    39. Sherwood DE. Distance and location assimilation effects in rapid bimanual movement. Res Q Exerc Sport. 1991 Sep; 62(3):302-8.
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    40. Sherwood DE. Practice and assimilation effects in a multilimb aiming task. J Mot Behav. 1990 Jun; 22(2):267-91.
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    41. Sherwood DE, Schmidt RA, Walter CB. The force/force-variability relationship under controlled temporal conditions. J Mot Behav. 1988 Jun; 20(2):106-16.
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    42. Sherwood DE. Effect of bandwidth knowledge of results on movement consistency. Percept Mot Skills. 1988 Apr; 66(2):535-42.
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    43. Schmidt RA, Sherwood DE, Walter CB. Rapid movements with reversals in direction. I. The control of movement time. Exp Brain Res. 1988; 69(2):344-54.
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    44. Sherwood DE, Schmidt RA, Walter CB. Rapid movements with reversals in direction. II. Control of movement amplitude and inertial load. Exp Brain Res. 1988; 69(2):355-67.
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    45. Sherwood DE. Impulse characteristics in rapid movement: implications for impulse-variability models. J Mot Behav. 1986 Jun; 18(2):188-214.
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    46. Quinn JT, Sherwood DE. Time requirements of changes in program and parameter variables in rapid ongoing movements. J Mot Behav. 1983 Jun; 15(2):163-78.
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    47. Sherwood DE, Schmidt RA. The relationship between force and force variability in minimal and near-maximal static and dynamic contractions. J Mot Behav. 1980 Mar; 12(1):75-89.
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