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Karen Adolph

 
  • Adolph, K. E. (2008). Learning to move. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 17, 213-218.

  • Adolph, K. E. & Berger, S. E. (2006). Motor development. In W. Damon & R. Lerner (Series Eds.) & D. Kuhn & R. S. Siegler (Vol. Eds.), Handbook of child psychology: Vol. 2: Cognition, perception, and language (6th ed.) New York: Wiley, pp. 161-213.
  • Adolph, K. E. (1997). Learning in the development of infant locomotion. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 62 (3, Serial No. 251).
 

Alain Berthoz

 
  • McIntyre, J., Zago, M., Berthoz, A. & Lacquaniti, F. (2001). Does the brain model Newton 's laws? Nature Neuroscience. 4:693-694.
  • R., Israel, I., & Berthoz, A. (1997). The contribution of otoliths and semicircular canals to the perception of two-dimensional passive whole-body motion in humans. J.Physiol. 502:223-233.
  • Berthoz A, Israël I, Georges-François P, Grasso R & Tsuzuku T. (1995). Spatial memory of body linear displacement: what is being stored? Science. 269: 95-98.
  • Droulez, J. & Berthoz, A . (1991). A neural network model of sensorimotor maps with predictive short-term memory properties. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 88: 9653-9657.
  • Yoshida, K., McCrea, R.A., Berthoz, A. & Vidal, P.P. (1982). Morphological and physiological characteristics of inhibitory burst neurons controlling horizontal rapid eye movements. J.Neurophysiol. 48: 761-784.
 

Reinoud Bootsma

 
  • Sevrez, V., Berton, E., Rao, G., & Bootsma, R.J. (2009). Regulation of pendulum length as a control mechanism in performing the giant backward circle in gymnastics. Human Movement Science, 28, 250-262.
  • Chardenon, A., Montagne, G., Laurent, G., & Bootsma, R.J. (2004). The perceptual control of goal-directed locomotion : A common architecture for interception and navigation? Experimental Brain Research, 158, 100-108.
  • Bardy, B.G., Oullier, O., Bootsma, R.J., & Stoffregen, T.A. (2002). The dynamics of human postural transitions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 28, 499–514.
  • Mottet, D., & Bootsma, R.J. (1999). The dynamics of goal-directed rhythmical aiming. Biological Cybernetics, 80, 235-245.
  • Zaal, F.T.J.M., Bootsma, R.J., & Van Wieringen, P.C.W. (1998). Coordination in prehension: Information-based coupling between reaching and grasping. Experimental Brain Research, 119, 427-435.
  • Peper, C.E., Bootsma, R.J., Mestre, D.R., & Bakker, F.C. (1994). Catching balls: How to get the hand to the right place at the right time. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 20, 591-612.
  • Bootsma, R. J. & Oudejans, R. R. D. (1993). Visual information about time-to-collision between two objects. Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Perception and Performance, 19, 1041-1052.
  • Savelsbergh, G.J.P., Whiting, H.T.A., & Bootsma, R.J. (1991). ‘Grasping’ tau!. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 17, 315-332.
  • Bootsma, R.J. & Van Wieringen, P.C.W. (1990). Timing an attacking forehand drive in table tennis. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 16, 21-29.
 

Chris Connaboy

 
  • Connaboy, C, Coleman, S and Sanders RH: Hydrodynamics of Undulatory Underwater Swimming: A Review. Sports Biomechanics. Under review.
  • Connaboy, C, Coleman, S, McCabe, C, Naemi, R, Psycharakis, S And Sanders, RH. (2007): Tadpole, Trout or Tuna: The Equivalence of Animal and Human Aquatic Undulatory Locomotion. In: Menzel, HJ & Chagas, MH. (Eds.). Proceedings of the XXVth International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports. Ouro Preto, Brazil. pp. 75-78.
 

Cathy Craig

 
  • Craig CM, Goulon C, Berton E, Rao G, Fernandez L, and Bootsma RJ. (2009). Optic variables used to judge future ball arrival position in expert and novice soccer players. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 71(3), 515-522
  • Bastin, J, Jacobs, D, Antoine, M, Craig C & Montagne G. (2008) Testing the role of expansion in the prospective control of locomotion. Experimental Brain Research, 191, 301-12.
  • Coull JT, Vidal F, Goulon C, Nazarian B and Craig C (2008). “Using Time-To-Contact information to assess potential collision modulates both visual and temporal prediction networks.” Front. Hum. Neurosci. 2:10. doi:10.3389/neuro.09.010.2008
  • van der Weel, R., Craig, C. & van der Meer, A. (2007) The Rate of Change of Tau. In G-J Pepping & M. A. Grealy (Eds.) Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writings of David N. Lee. London and New Jersey: Erlbaum.
  • Craig, CM, Berton, E, Rao G, Fernandez L & Bootsma RJ. (2006) Judging where a ball will go: The case of curved free kicks in football. Naturwissenschaften, 93, 97-101.
  • Craig, CM, Pepping GJ & Grealy, MA. (2005) Intercepting beats in pre-designated target zones. Experimental Brain Research, 165, 490-504.
  • Craig, CM, Delay, D, Grealy, MA, & Lee, DN (2000) Guiding the swing in golf putting. Nature 405, 295-296.
  • Craig, CM, & Lee, DN (1999). Neonatal control of sucking pressures. Evidence for an intrinsic tau-guide. Experimental Brain Research, 124, 371-382.
 

Jonathan Delafield-Butt

 
  • Delafield-Butt, J. T., Galler, A., Schögler, B. & Lee, D. N. (2010). A perception-action strategy for hummingbirds. Perception, 39, 1172-1174.
  • Delafield-Butt, J. T. & Schögler, B. (2007). The Ubiquitous Nature of Tau. In G-J Pepping & M. A. Grealy (Eds.) Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writings of David N. Lee. London and New Jersey: Erlbaum.
 

Apostolos Georgopoulos

 
  • Tan, H.-R.M., Leuthold, A.C., Lee, D.N., Lynch, J.K., Georgopoulos, A.P. (2009). Neural mechanisms of movement speed and tau as revealed by magnetoencephalography. Experimental Brain Research 195:541–552.
  • Georgopoulos, A.P. (2007). A Tribute to Tau. In G-J Pepping & M. A. Grealy (Eds.) Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writings of David N. Lee. London and New Jersey: Erlbaum.
  • Naselaris, N,, Merchant, H., Amirikian B. and Georgopoulos, A.P. (2006) Large-scale organization of preferred directions in the motor cortex. I. Motor cortical hyperacuity for forward reaching. J. Neurophysiol. 96: 3231-3236.
  • Naselaris, N,, Merchant, H., Amirikian B. and Georgopoulos, A.P. (2006) Large-scale organization of preferred directions in the motor cortex. II. Analysis of local distributions. J. Neurophysiol. 96: 3237-3247.
  • Merchant, H., Georgopoulos, A.P. (2006). Neurophysiology of perceptual and motor aspects of interception. J Neurophysiol, 95, 1-13.
  • Merchant, H., Battaglia-Mayer, A., Georgopoulos, A.P. (2004). Neural responses during interception of real and apparent circularly moving stimuli in motor cortex and area 7a. Cereb Cortex, 14, 314-331.
  • Merchant, H., Battaglia-Mayer, A., Georgopoulos, A.P. (2004). Neurophysiology of the parieto-frontal system during target interception. Neurol Clin Neurophysiol, 2004,
  • Lee, D. N., Georgopoulos, A. P., Clark, M. J. O., Craig, C. M., & Port, N. L. (2001). Guiding contact by coupling the taus of gaps. Experimental Brain Research, 139, 151-159.
  • Georgopoulos AP, Kalaska JF, Caminiti R, Massey JT (1982) On the relations between the direction of two-dimensional arm movements and cell discharge in primate motor cortex. J Neurosci 2: 1527-1537
 

Mitchell Glickstein

 
  • Glickstein, M., and Strata, P. (2008) Cerebellum;History Commssioned article for special edition of Cortex; In press.
  • Glickstein, M.and Doron, K. (2008) Cerebellum; structure and function; The Cerebellum special edition; In press.
  • Glickstein,M. (2007) What does the cerebellum really do? Current Biology 17(19) 824-827.
  • Glickstein, M., (2000) How are visual areas of the brain connected to motor areas for the sensory guidance of movement?. T.I.N.S. 23; 613-617.
  • Glickstein, M., May, J., and Buchbinder, S. (1997) Visual control of the arm, the wrist, and the fingers; Pathways through the brain. Neuropsychologia; 36, 981-1001.
  • Stein, J.S., and Glickstein, M. (1992) The role of the cerebellum in the visual guidance of movement. Physiological Reviews 72 967-1017.
 

Eugene Goldfield

 
  • Berthouze, L., Goldfield, E.C. (2008). Assembly, tuning, and transfer of action systems in infants and robots. Infant and Child Development, 17, 25-42.
  • Goldfield, E.C. (2008). Newborns: Motor development. In M. Haith & J. Benson (eds.), Encyclopedia of Infant and Early Childhood Development. San Diego: Academic Press, 2008 (438-449).
  • Goldfield, E.C. (2007). A dynamical systems approach to infant oral feeding and dysphagia: From model system to therapeutic medical device. Ecological Psychology, 19: 21-48.
  • Goldfield, E.C., Wolff, P.H. (2004).A dynamical systems perspective on infant action and its development. In G. Bremner & A. Slater (eds.), Theories of infant development. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004 (pp. 3-29).
  • Goldfield, E.C., Wolff, P.H. (2002). Motor development in infancy. In A. Slater, M. Lewis (eds.), Introduction to infant development. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002 (pp. 61-82).
  • Goldfield, E.C. (2000). Development of infant action systems and exploratory activity. Ecological Psychology, 12: 303-318.
  • Goldfield, E.C. (1995). Emergent forms: Origins and early development of human action and perception. New York: Oxford University Press.
 

Madeleine Grealy

 
  • Grealy, M. A. & Lee, D. N. (2010). An automatic-voluntary dissociation and mental imagery disturbance following a cerebellar lesion. Neuropsychologia. In press.
  • Grealy, M. Smith, J. & Pepping, G-J. (2007). Thinking Tau: The Emergence of Intrinsic Guidance. In G-J Pepping & M. A. Grealy (Eds.) Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writings of David N. Lee. London and New Jersey: Erlbaum.
  • Craig, C.M. Pepping, G.J. & Grealy, M.A. (2005) Intercepting beats in pre-designated target zones. Experimental Brain Research, 165(4), 490-504.
  • Grealy, M.A., Craig, C.M., Bourdin, C. & Coleman, S.G. (2004) Judging time estimates using a model of perceptuo-motor control. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16(7), 1-11.
  • Craig, C.M., Delay, D., Grealy, M.A. & Lee, D.N. (2000) Guiding the swing in golf putting. Nature, 405 (6784), 295-6.
  • Lee, D.N., Craig, C.M., & Grealy, M.A. (1999) Sensory and intrinsic coordination of movement. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London, B), 266 (1432), 2029-2035.
 

Joe Hamill

 
  • Haddad, JM, Gagnon, JL, Hasson, CJ., Van Emmerik, REA, Hamill, J. (2006). Evaluation of Time to Contact Measures for Assessing Postural Stability. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 22:155-161.
 

Claes von Hofsten

 
  • von Hofsten, C. (2007). Ideas on the Development and Control of Actions. In G-J Pepping & M. A. Grealy (Eds.) Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writings of David N. Lee. London and New Jersey: Erlbaum.
  • Lee, D. N., von Hofsten, C., & Cotton, E. (1997). Perception in action approach to cerebral palsy. In K. Connelly & H. Forrsberg (Eds.), The Neurophysiology and Neuropsychology of Motor Development (pp. 257-285). London: Mac Keith Press.
  • von Hofsten, C. & Lee, D. N. (1994). Measuring with the optic sphere. In G. Jannson, S. S. Bergstrom, & W. Epstein (Eds.), Perceiving Events and Objects (pp. 455-467). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • von Hofsten, C. & Lee, D. N. (1982). Dialogue on perception and action. Human Movement  Science, 1, 125-138.
 

Andreas Ioannides

 
  • Ioannides AA, Fenwick P and Lichan Liu (2005). "Widely Distributed Magnetoencephalography Spikes Related to the Planning and Execution of Human Saccades", J. Neurosc. 25(35): 7950-7967.
  • Ioannides AA (2007) ''Dynamic functional connectivity” Current Opinions in Neurobiology 17(2): 161-170.
 

Michael Jump

 
  • Jump M and Padfield GD (2006) 'Progress in the development of guidance strategies for the landing flare manoeuvre using tau-based parameters'. Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology: An International Journal vol 78 issue 1 pp 4-12
  • Jump M and Padfield GD (2006) 'Investigation of the flare maneuver using optical tau'. Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics vol 29 issue 5 pp 1189-1200

 

Flavio Keller

 
  • Keller F. and Persico A.M. (2003) The neurobiological context of autism. Mol Neurobiol. 28, 1-22.
 

Jeffrey M Kinsella-Shaw

 
  • Bonnet ,C., Kinsella-Shaw, J.M., Frank, T., Bubela, D., Harrison, S. & Turvey, M.T. (in press). Deterministic and Stochastic Postural Processes: Effects of Task, Environment, and Age. Journal of Motor Behavior.
  • Shaw, R. and Kinsella-Shaw, J. (2007). Could Optical ‘Pushes’ Be Inertial Forces? A Geometro-Dynamical Hypothesis. Ecological Psychology, 19(9), 305 -320.
  • Shaw, R. & Kinsella-Shaw, J. M. (1988). Ecological Mechanics: A Physical Geometry for Intentional Constraints, Human Movement Science., 7, 155.
 

Giannis Kugiumutzakis

 
  • Mazokopaki, K. & Kugiumutzakis, G. (2008). Infants rhythms: Expressions of musical companionship. In S. Malloch & C. Trevarthen (Eds). Communicative Musicality: Exploring the Basis of Human Companionship (pp. 185-208). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G., Kokkinaki, T., Markodimitraki, M. & Vitalaki, E. (2005). Emotions in Early Mimesis. In J. Nadel & D. Muir (eds.). Emotional Development: Recent Research Advances, (pp. 161-182).Oxford: Oxford University Press.
 

James Lackner

 
  • Bortolami SB, Rocca S, DiZio P, Lackner JR.  (2006). Mechanisms of human static spatial orientation.  Exp Brain Res, 173:374-388.
  • Lackner JR, DiZio P. (2000).Aspects of body self-calibration. Trends in Cognitive Science, 4: 279-288.
 

David Lee

 
  • Lee, D. N. (2009). General Tau Theory: evolution to date. Special Issue: Landmarks in Perception. Perception, 38, 837-858.
  • Schogler, B., Pepping, G-J. & Lee, D. N. (2008). TauG-guidance of transients in expressive musical performance. Experimental Brain Research, 198, 361-372.
  • Lee, D. N. (1998) Guiding movement by coupling taus. Ecological Psychology, 10, 221-250. PDF
  • Lee, D. N., van der Weel, F. R., Hitchcock, T., Matejowski, E., Holmes, P., & Pettigrew, J. D. (1992). Common principles of guidance by echolocation and vision. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 171, 563-571.
  • Warren, W. H. Jr., Young, D. S. & Lee, D. N. (1986). Visual control of step length during running over irregular terrain. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 12, 259-266.
  • Lee, D. N., Young, D. S. & McLaughlin, C. M. (1984). A roadside simulation of road crossing for children. Ergonomics, 27, 1271-1281.
  • Lee, D. N., Young, D. S., Reddish, P. E., Lough, S. & Clayton, T. M. H. (1983) Visual timing in hitting an accelerating ball. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 35A, 333-346.
  • Lee, D. N. & Reddish, P. E. (1981). Plummeting gannets: a paradigm of ecological optics. Nature, 293:, 293-294.
  • Lee, D. N. (1980). The optic flow field: the foundation of vision. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London B, 290:, 169-179. PDF
  • Lee, D. N. (1976). A theory of visual control of braking based on information about time to collision. Perception , 5, 437-459.
  • Lee, D. N. & Aronson, E. (1974). Visual proprioceptive control of standing in human infants. Perception and Psychophysics, 15, 529-532.
 

Jack Loomis

 
  • Loomis, J. M. & Beall, A. C. (2004). Model-based control of perception/action. In L. Vaina, S. Beardsley, and S. Rushton (Eds.). Optic Flow and Beyond (pp. 421-441). Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Loomis, J. M. & Beall, A. C. (1998). Visually-controlled locomotion: Its dependence on optic flow, 3-D space perception, and cognition. Ecological Psychology, 10, 271-285.
 

Bill Mace

 
  • Shaw, R. E. & Mace, W. M. (2005). The Value of Oriented Geometry for Ecological Psychology and Moving Image Art. In J. D. Anderson & B. F. Anderson Moving Image Theory: Ecological Considerations, pages 28-47. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press.
  • Turvey, M. T., Shaw, R. & Mace, W. M. (1978). Issues in the Theory of Action: Degrees of Freedom, Coordinative Structures and Coalitions. In J. Requin, Attention and Performance VII . Pages 557 - 595. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
 

Colin McCaig

 
  • McCaig, C. D., Song, B. & Rajnicek, A. M. (2009). Electrical dimensions in cell science. J. Cell Sci. 122: 4267-4276.
 

Audrey van der Meer

 
  • van der Weel, F.R. & van der Meer, A.L.H. (2009) Seeing it coming: infants’ brain responses to looming danger. Naturwissenschaften 96: 1385-1391. PDF
  • Kayed, N.S. & van der Meer, A.L.H. (2009). A longitudinal study of prospective control in catching by full-term and preterm infants. Experimental Brain Research 194:245-258.
  • van der Meer, A.L.H., Ramstad, M. & van der Weel, F.R. (2008). Choosing the shortest way to mum: Auditory guided rotation in 6- to 9-month-old infants. Infant Behavior and Development, 31, 207-216.
  • Kayed, N.S., Farstad, H. & van der Meer, A.L.H. (2008).  Preterm infants’ timing strategies to optical collisions. Early Human Development, 84, 381-388.
  • van der Meer, A.L.H., Fallet, G. & van der Weel, F.R. (2008). Perception of structured optic flow and random visual motion in infants and adults: A high-density EEG study. Experimental Brain Research, 186, 493-502.
  • van der Weel, R., Craig, C. & van der Meer, A. (2007) The Rate of Change of Tau. In G-J Pepping & M. A. Grealy (Eds.) Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writings of David N. Lee. London and New Jersey: Erlbaum.
  • Austad, H. & van der Meer, A.L.H. (2007). Prospective dynamic balance control in healthy children and adults. Experimental Brain Research, 181, 289-295.
  • Kayed, N.S. & van der Meer, A.L.H. (2007).  Infants’ timing strategies to optical collisions: A longitudinal study. Infant Behavior and Development, 30, 50-59.
  • Aanondsen, Ch.M., van der Meer, A.L.H., Brubakk, A.-M., Evensen, K.A.I., Skranes, J.S., Myhr, G. & van der Weel, F.R. (2007). Differentiating prospective control information for catching in prematurely born VLBW, full-term SGA, and full-term AGA control adolescents. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 49, 112-116.
  • Kayed, N. & van der Meer, A.L.H. (2000). Timing strategies used in defensive blinking to optical collisions in 5- to 7-month-old infants. Infant Behavior and Development, 23, 253-270.
  • van der Meer, A.L.H. & van der Weel, F.R. (1999).  Development of perception in action in healthy and at-risk children. Acta Paediatrica (Supplement), 88, 29-36.
  • van der Meer, A.L.H. (1997b). Visual guidance of passing under a barrier. Early Development and Parenting, 6, 149-157.
  • van der Meer, A.L.H. (1997a). Keeping the arm in the limelight: Advanced visual control of arm movements in neonates. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology, 4, 103-108.
  • van der Weel, F.R., van der Meer, A.L.H. & Lee, D.N. (1996). Measuring dysfunction of basic movement control in cerebral palsy. Human Movement Science, 15, 253-283. PDF
  • van der Meer, A.L.H., van der Weel, F.R. & Lee, D.N. (1996). Lifting weights in neonates: Developing visual control of reaching. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 37, 424-436.
  • van der Meer, A.L.H., van der Weel, F.R., Lee, D.N., Laing, I.A. & Lin, J.-P. (1995). Development of prospective control of catching moving objects in preterm at-risk infants. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 37, 145-158.
  • van der Meer, A.L.H., van der Weel, F.R. & Lee, D.N. (1995). The functional significance of arm movements in neonates. Science, 267, 693-695.
  • van der Meer, A.L.H., van der Weel, F.R. & Lee, D.N. (1994). Prospective control in catching by infants. Perception, 23, 287-302.
  • van der Weel, F.R., van der Meer, A.L.H. & Lee, D.N. (1991). Effect of task on movement control in cerebral palsy: Implications for assessment and control. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 33, 419-426.
 

Claire Michaels

 
  • Michaels, C. F., Jacobs, D. M., & Bongers, R. M.  (2006).  Lateral interception II: Predicting hand movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 32(2), 459-472.
  • Zaal, F. T. J. M., & Michaels, C. F. (2003). The information for catching fly balls: Judging and intercepting virtual balls in a CAVE. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 29, 537–555.
  • Oudejans, R. R. D., Michaels, C. F., van Dort, B., & Frissen, E. J. P. (1996). To cross or not to cross: The effect of locomotion on street-crossing behavior, Ecological Psychology, 8, 259-267.
  • Michaels, C. F., & Oudejans, R. R. D. (1992). The optics and actions of catching fly balls: Zeroing out optical acceleration. Ecological Psychology, 4, 199-222.
 

Gareth Padfield

 
  • Padfield, G.D., Clark, G., Taghizard, A. (2007) How long do pilots look forward? Prospective visual guidance in terrain hugging flight, J. American Helicopter Society, April 2007.
  • Jump, M., Padfield, G.D., Investigation of Flare Manoeuvres using Optical Tau (2006) AIAA J.Guidance, Dynamics and Control, October 2006.
  • Jump, M. Padfield, G.D. (2006). Progress in the Development of Guidance Strategies for the Landing Flare Manoeuvre Using Tau-based Parameters, Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, 78, No 1, pp 4-12.
  • Padfield, G.D., Lee, D., Bradley, R. (2003). How do pilots know when to stop, turn or pull-up?  Developing guidelines for the design of vision aids, J. American Helicopter Society, Vol 48, No 2, pp 108-119.
 

Gert-Jan Pepping

 
  • Grealy, M. Smith, J. & Pepping, G-J. (2007). Thinking Tau: The Emergence of Intrinsic Guidance. In G-J Pepping & M. A. Grealy (Eds.) Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writings of David N. Lee. London and New Jersey: Erlbaum.
  • Pepping, G.-J., & Grealy, M. (Eds.) (2007). Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writings of David N. Lee. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Craig, C. M., Pepping, G.-J., & Grealy, M. A. (2005). Intercepting beats in pre-designated target zones. Experimental Brain Research, 165, 490-504.
 

Herbert Pick

 
  • Rieser, J. J. & Pick, H. L. Jr. (2007). Perception-Action-Representation Systems and Using Movement to Update Spatial Orientation: What changes with learning and development? In Plumert, J.M. & Spencer, J.P. (Eds.) The Emerging Spatial Mind. New York: Oxford.
  • Pick, H. L. Jr. (2004). Interrelation of Perception, Action, and Cognition in Development: An Historical Perspective. In I. Stockman (Ed.) Movement and Action in Learning and Development pp 33-48. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Pick, H. L. Jr. (2003). Development and learning: An historical perspective on acquisition of motor control. Infant Behavior and Development 26, 441-448.
  • Rieser, J.J. and Pick, H.L. Jr. (2002). The Perception and Representation of Human Locomotion. In W. Prinz and B. Hommel (Eds.), Attention and Performance XIX: Common Mechanisms in Perception and Action Attention and performance XIX. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
 

Paul Reddish

 
  • Lee, D. N., Reddish, P. E. & Rand, D. T. (1991). Aerial docking by hummingbirds. Naturwissenschaften, 78: 526-527.
  • Lee, D. N., Young, D. S., Reddish, P. E., Lough, S. & Clayton, T. M. H. (1983) Visual timing in hitting an accelerating ball. Quarterly  Journal of Experimental Psychology 35A, 333-346.
  • Lee, D. N. & Reddish, P. E. (1981). Plummeting gannets: a paradigm of ecological optics. Nature, 293:, 293-294.
 

David Regan

 
  • Gray, R. & Regan, D., Castaneda, B., Sieffert, R. (2006). Role of feedback in the accuracy of perceived direction of motion-in-depth and control of interceptive action. Vision Research, 46(10), 1676-1694.
  • Gray R, Regan D, (2005) Perceptual processes used by drivers during overtaking in a driving simulator. Human Factors 47 394-417
  • Regan D. (2002) Binocular information about time to collision and time to passage. Vision Research, 42, 2479-2484.
  • Gray R, Regan D. (2000a) Do monocular time-to-collision estimates necessarily involve perceived distance? Perception 28 1257-1264
  • Gray R, Regan D. (2000b) Risky driving behavior: A consequence of visual motion adaptation for visually guided motor action. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 26 1721-1732
  • Gray R, Regan D. (2000c) Estimating time to collision with a rotating nonspherical object. Vision Research 40 49-63
  • Regan, D & Gray, R. (2000d). Visually–guided collision avoidance and collision achievement. Trends in Cog. Sci., Vol. 4., No.3.99-107.
  • Gray R, Regan D. (1999) Adapting to expansion increases perceived time to collision. Vision Research 39 3602 – 3607.
  • Gray R, Regan D. (1998) Accuracy of estimating time to collision using binocular and monocular information. Vision Research 38 499-512.
  • Portfors–Yeomans, C. V. & Regan, D. (1997). Discrimination of the direction and speed of a monocularly–visible target from binocular information alone. J. Exp. Psychol.: Hum. Percept & Perform. 23, 227–243.
  • Regan D, Vincent A. (1995) Visual processing of looming and time to contact throughout the visual field. Vision Research, 35, 1845-1857.
  • Regan D. (1995) Spatial orientation in aviation: Visual contributions.  Journal of Vestibular Research, 5, 455-471.
  • Regan, D., Hamstra S (1993). Dissociation of discrimination thresholds for time to contact and for rate of angular expansion. Vision Research 33, 447–462.
  • Regan D, Beverley K I. (1980) Visual responses to changing-size and to sideways motion for different directions of motion in depth: linearization of visual responses. Journal of the Optical Society of America 11, 1289-1296.
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John Rieser

 
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