J.R. Tresilian
J.R. Tresilian
University of Warwick, Department of Psychology
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TitleCited byYear
Perceptual and cognitive processes in time-to-contact estimation: Analysis of prediction-motion and relative judgment tasks
JR Tresilian
Perception & Psychophysics 57 (2), 231-245, 1995
2821995
Grip-load force coupling: a general control strategy for transporting objects.
JR Flanagan, JR Tresilian
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 20 (5), 944, 1994
2651994
Visually timed action: time-out for ‘tau’?
JR Tresilian
Trends in cognitive sciences 3 (8), 301-310, 1999
2581999
Empirical and theoretical issues in the perception of time to contact.
JR Tresilian
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 17 (3), 865, 1991
2381991
Coupling of grip force and load force during arm movements with grasped objects
JR Flanagan, J Tresilian, AM Wing
Neuroscience letters 152 (1-2), 53-56, 1993
2241993
Four questions of time to contact: A critical examination of research on interceptive timing
JR Tresilian
Perception 22 (6), 653-680, 1993
2011993
Improving vision: neural compensation for optical defocus
M Mon-Williams, JR Tresilian, NC Strang, P Kochhar, JP Wann
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
1601998
Increasing confidence in vergence as a cue to distance
JR Tresilian, M Mon-Williams, BM Kelly
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
1471999
Perceptual information for the timing of interceptive action
JR Tresilian
Perception 19 (2), 223-239, 1990
1371990
Some recent studies on the extraretinal contribution to distance perception
M Mon-Williams, JR Tresilian
Perception 28 (2), 167-181, 1999
1241999
Attention in action or obstruction of movement? A kinematic analysis of avoidance behavior in prehension
JR Tresilian
Experimental brain research 120 (3), 352-368, 1998
1191998
Approximate information sources and perceptual variables in interceptive timing.
JR Tresilian
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 20 (1), 154, 1994
1011994
The effect of obstacle position on reach-to-grasp movements
M Mon-Williams, JR Tresilian, VL Coppard, RG Carson
Experimental brain research 137 (3-4), 497-501, 2001
992001
Monocular and binocular distance cues: insights from visual form agnosia I (of III)
M Mon-Williams, JR Tresilian, RD McIntosh, DA Milner
Experimental Brain Research 139 (2), 127-136, 2001
962001
Hitting a moving target: perception and action in the timing of rapid interceptions
JR Tresilian
Perception & Psychophysics 67 (1), 129-149, 2005
932005
Bimanual aiming and overt attention: one law for two hands
S Riek, JR Tresilian, M Mon-Williams, VL Coppard, RG Carson
Experimental brain research 153 (1), 59-75, 2003
932003
Stability of reach-to-grasp movement patterns in Parkinson's disease.
JR Tresilian, GE Stelmach, CH Adler
Brain: a journal of neurology 120 (11), 2093-2111, 1997
901997
Intercepting a moving target: effects of temporal precision constraints and movement amplitude
JR Tresilian, A Lonergan
Experimental Brain Research 142 (2), 193-207, 2002
822002
The co-ordination and phasing of a bilateral prehension task. The influence of Parkinson's disease.
JL Alberts, JR Tresilian, GE Stelmach
Brain: a journal of neurology 121 (4), 725-742, 1998
751998
Ordinal depth information from accommodation?
M Mon-Williams, JR Tresilian
Ergonomics 43 (3), 391-404, 2000
722000
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