Studies in Perception and Action VII
Sheena Rogers, Judith Effken
Psychology Press, 2003 - Psychology - 208 pages
First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Representational Momentum and the Perception of Complex Biological Motion
Body Shape Contributions to Perception of Point Light Displays
Sensitivity to Emotional Events
Property of Human Locomotion in Animations and Biomechanics
Altered Depth Perception in Stereoscopic Visualization
Perception of Gaze Direction in Real and Pictured Faces
The Logical Structure of Visual Information
Effects of Texture and Surface Corrugation on Perceived Direction of Heading
An Intentional Dynamics Assessment Procedure for Discrete Tasks
Measuring Exploratory Learning with Minimal Instruction as Drift
Experimental Investigations of the Emergence of Communication Procedures
False Memories as a Case of Event Cognition
An Adequate MetaTheory for Fear Responding?
A Dorsalfrontal Pathway for Sensorimotor Regulation?
Affordances and Attention
A Comparison of Real Catching with Catching in a CAVE
Similar Triangles Show How Viewing Distance Increases Size
When are Tiles Perceived Square?
Frequency and Amplitude are Inversely Related in Circle Drawing
The Example of GoalDirected Displacement Tasks
Hierarchical Control of the Bimanual Gallop
Visual Basis of Directional Constraint in HandFoot Coordination Dynamics
The Role of Visual and Kinesthetic Information in Bimanual Coordination
The Ecological Meaning of Spatial Symmetry in Bimanual Motor Coordination
Musculoskeletal Dynamics of the Wrist During Rhythmic Activity
A Coalition of Constraints
Asymmetric HKB Model
BiManual Haptic Attention
Heaviness Perception Depends on Movement
Contribution of the Inertia Tensor to Manual MultiJoint Pointing
Length and SweetSpot Perception
Postural Sway Decreases During Performance of a Digit Rehearsal Task
Modeling Phase Transitions in Human Posture
Sports Expertise Influences Learning of Postural Coordination
The Dynamics of Learning New Postures
TaskConstraints and Movement Possibilities Influence the Timing of Hitting
PerceptionAction Coupling and Expertise in Interceptive Actions
Binocular Depth Vision in the Timing of OneHanded Catching
How Do We Reach and Grasp a Virtual Image?
Movement Sequences for Cracking an Egg
Tau Guidance for Mobile Soccer Robots
Exploratory Perception in Action
Does Exploration Promote Convergence on Specifying Variables?
Differences in Walking and Talking Perceived Distance
Behavior of a Harbor Porpoise in an Unfamiliar Environment
What is the Sound of One Rod Dropping?
The Essential Ingredients for Modeling Perceiving and Acting by Animate and Robot Agents
A Précis of a Position to be Elaborated in the Workshop on the Challenges and Promises of an Ecological Approach to Robotics
Toward Smart Cars with Computer Vision for Integrated Driver and Road Scene Monitoring
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