Example publications from each research area
The Influence of Cognition on Movement Planning:
- The role of visual error and reward feedback in learning to aim to an optimal movement endpoint.
- Symbolic, non-directional predictive cues affect action execution
- The Role of Consistent Context in Rapid Movement Planning: Suboptimal Endpoint Adjustment to Changing Rewards
- The preference of probability over negative values in action selection
- Trajectory deviations in spatial compatibility tasks with peripheral and central stimuli.
- Refining the Time Course of Facilitation and Inhibition in Attention and Action
- The processes of facilitation and inhibition in a cue–target paradigm: Insight from movement trajectory deviations.
- The impact of athletic clothing style and body awareness on motor performance in women.
- Experience and Net Worth Affects Optimality in a Motor Decision Task
- No one knows what attention is.
- People Are Better at Maximizing Expected Gain in a Manual Aiming Task With Rapidly Changing Probabilities Than With Rapidly Changing Payoffs
- Joint Simon Effects in Extrapersonal Space.
- Optimal Weighting of Costs and Probabilities in a Risky Motor Decision-Making Task Requires Experience
Cognition and Performance in Applied Environments:
The Changing Brain
- Efficacy of low-cost wireless neurofeedback to modulate brain activity during motor imagery
- Combined Action Observation and Motor Imagery Neurofeedback for Modulation of Brain Activity
- The effects of cardiorespiratory fitness on executive function and prefrontal oxygenation in older adults
- Clinical Model of Exercise-Related Dyspnea in Adult Patients With Cystic Fibrosis
- Increasing Lateralized Motor Activity in Younger and Older Adults Using Real-time fMRI During Executed Movements