Studies

Example publications from each research area

The Influence of Cognition on Movement Planning:

  1. The role of visual error and reward feedback in learning to aim to an optimal movement endpoint.
  2. Symbolic, non-directional predictive cues affect action execution
  3. The Role of Consistent Context in Rapid Movement Planning: Suboptimal Endpoint Adjustment to Changing Rewards
  4. The preference of probability over negative values in action selection
  5. Trajectory deviations in spatial compatibility tasks with peripheral and central stimuli.
  6. Refining the Time Course of Facilitation and Inhibition in Attention and Action
  7. The processes of facilitation and inhibition in a cue–target paradigm: Insight from movement trajectory deviations.
  8. The impact of athletic clothing style and body awareness on motor performance in women.
  9. Experience and Net Worth Affects Optimality in a Motor Decision Task
  10. No one knows what attention is.
  11. People Are Better at Maximizing Expected Gain in a Manual Aiming Task With Rapidly Changing Probabilities Than With Rapidly Changing Payoffs
  12. Joint Simon Effects in Extrapersonal Space.
  13. Optimal Weighting of Costs and Probabilities in a Risky Motor Decision-Making Task Requires Experience

Cognition and Performance in Applied Environments:

  1. Trust in Distance Measuring Devices (DMDs) Automation in Golf
  2. Beyond identity: incorporating system reliability information into an automated combat identification system.
  3. Stakeholder perspectives on research and development priorities for mobility assistive-technology: a literature review