9780805832570

Studies in Perception and Action V: Tenth international Conference on Perception and Action

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    9780805832570

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    0805832572

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 1999-07-01
  • Publisher: Psychology Pres

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Summary

This is the fifth volume in an evolving series known collectively as "Studies in Perception and Action." It features papers presented at the Tenth International Conference on Perception and Action held in Edinburgh, Scotland in August of 1999. This series provides a unique insight into the evolution of research on the ecological approach to perception and action. Each volume presents new research, almost always at the cutting edge of the discipline, and gives a special place to younger scientists whose work contains the seeds which will determine the future growth and direction of the discipline. Studies in Perception and Action Vthus offers the reader not just a cross-section of leading research at a given point in time, but a mini-history of ecological psychology and its development. In this regard it is already notable how many of the 'younger scientists' in the 1991 volume have become leading figures of the field today.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Contributors xv
Section I. Perception
IA. Vision
The Walker's Direction Affects The Perception Of Biological Motion
3(4)
Mark F. Bradshaw
Rachel Leach
Paul B. Hibbard
Rob van der Willigen
Simon K. Rushton
Flow Fields And Curvature: Confusion About The Path Ahead
7(5)
John M. Kennedy
Bruce Oddson
Independence Of Perceived Size And Perceived Distance
12(3)
Clint Cooper
Does Occlusion Allow Metrical Perception Of Depth Intervals?
15(5)
Matthew Stroop
Claudia Carello
Ronald Growney
M. T. Turvey
Becoming Competent Through The Perceiver's Eye
20(4)
Kairi Kreegipuu
Sverker Runeson
Angular Subtense And Binocular Vision: Worse Than Worst
24(4)
John M. Kennedy
Igor Juricevic
Disparity Constrains The Increased Perceived Speed Of Transparent Motions
28(4)
Bart De Bruyn
Reliability And Accuracy In Size Judgments Of Objects And Oneself
32(4)
Thomas R. Alley
Role Of Energy Conservation In Event Perception
36(5)
Charles R. Twardy
Geoffrey P. Bingham
Effects Of Irrelevant Cues On Reach And Saccade Direction
41(6)
Louise A. Howard
Steven P. Tipper
IB. Audition
Auditory Categorization Of Sound Sources
47(5)
Olivier Houix
Stephen McAdams
Rene Causse
Detection Of Occluding Edges By The Use Of Echolocation
52(5)
Kiyohide Ito
Auditory Information in Movement Control Tasks
57(5)
Andreas Hellmann
Rainer Guski
Hearing Where We Look: Information-Based Regulation Between Perceptual Systems
62(6)
Jeffrey B. Wagman
Jeffrey T. Andre
IC. Haptics and Touch
Haptic And Auditory Information Support Perception Of Size: Fine Granules
68(5)
John B. Pittenger
Mark D. Mincy
Large Systematic Deviations In The Haptic Perception Of Parallellity
73(4)
Astrid M. L. Kappers
Haptic Curvature Thresholds Over A Gamut Of Scales
77(4)
Stefan Louw
Astrid M. L. Kappers
Jan J. Koenderink
Are Haptic Perceptions Independent?
81(4)
Megan M. Cooper
Aging And Perception By Dynamic Touch
85(4)
Claudia Carello
Steve Thuot
M.T. Turvey
Nonvisual Alignment Of The Hands In Different Spatial Locations
89(5)
Matthew T. Butwill
A Virtual Haptic World For Applied And Basic Research
94(6)
Gunnar Jansson
Section II. Perception-Action Coupling
IIA. Visually Guided Action
Estimating Time To Collision With A Rotating Nonspherical Object
100(4)
Rob Gray
David Regan
Judging Time to Passage
104(5)
Cathy M. Craig
Reinoud J. Bootsma
Is Heading Perception Absolute Or Nominal?
109(4)
Brett R. Fajen
The Role Of Experience In High Speed Curve Negotiation
113(4)
S. D. Rogers
E. E. Kadar
Effects of Roadway Design on Driver Behavior: Minnesota Case Studies
117(5)
Selma N. de Ridder
Steve Scallen
Peter Hancock
Using Optic Flow And Visual Direction To Guide Reaching
122(4)
Daniel S. McConnell
Geoffrey P. Bingham
Binocular Disparity And Scene-Based Cues Aid The Control Of Reaching
126(5)
Simon J. Watt
Mark F. Bradshaw
Paul B. Hibbard
Rob van der Willigen
Sensori-Motor Coupling: A Kinematic Analysis
131(4)
Rod Corban
Frank Eves
Perceptual Anticipation In Grasping Movement: When Does It Become Possible?
135(5)
Arnaud Louis-Dam
Jean-Pierre Orliaguet
Yann Coello
Effects Of Intermittent Vision On Prehension Under Binocular And Monocular Viewing.
140(4)
Simon Bennett
Digby Elliott
Visual Perception Of Motor Anticipation In Sign Language
144(5)
Isabelle Pennel
Yann Coello
Jean Pierre Orliaguet
Catching And Judging Fly Balls In A Cave™
149(4)
Frank T.J.M Zaal
Claire F. Michaels
Visual Regulation Of Locomotion In Walking
153(6)
Sylvain Laborie
Frank Eves
Ben Moore
Gilles Dietrich
Height Judgements Are Correlated With Distance Ducked Under An Obstacle
159(6)
Patrick R. Green
Hannah J. Yabsley
IIB. Perception and Dynamics
Resonance Constraints On Between-Person Polyrhythms
165(5)
Paul J. Treffner
Perceptual Information And Dynamic Stability In A One-Handed Juggling Task
170(5)
Dagmar Sternad
Hiromu Katsumata
Marcos Duarte
Stefan Schaal
Force And Timing Variability And Natural Frequency In Rhythmic Tapping
175(4)
William J. Dean
Karl M. Newell
Dagmar Sternad
Perceived Length By Wielding Is Invariant Over Changes In Media
179(4)
Christopher C. Pagano
Musical Experience, Intention And Asymmetry In A Bimanual Switching Task
183(4)
Martine H. G. Verheul
Reint H. Geuze
Modeling Reciprocity (Coordination) In Adolescent Conversations: A Loglinear Approach
187(6)
S. Stavros Valenti
Sujata Bhagavathula
Jeff Goldstein
Gloria Follari
Christine Mitchell
Ken Wagner
IIC. Affordances
Fostering Information Detection In The Visual Perception Of Relative Mass
193(5)
David M. Jacobs
Sverker Runeson
Claire F. Michaels
Affordances And The Physical Basis Of Perceived Heaviness
198(5)
Kevin Shockley
M. T. Turvey
Claudia Carello
Changing Action Capabilities For Jumping
203(4)
Gert-Jan Pepping
Francois-Xavier Li
Perceiving The Affordance In Stepping Across An Obstacle
207(4)
S. Cornus
G. Montagne
M. Laurent
Changed Reaching Possibilities For A Changed Reaching System
211(4)
Raoul M. Bongers
Ad W. Smitsman
Claire F. Michaels
Perception Of Affordances Of Haptic Information In Children And Adults
215(4)
Sam Beak
Keith Davids
Simon Bennett
Determinants Of Hand Selection
219(4)
John F. Stins
Endre E. Kadar
Alan Costall
Gone Fishin': Perceiving What Is Reachable With Rods During A Period Of Rapid Growth.
223(8)
Dorothy Heffernan
James A. Thomson
IID. Development and Learning
Why Toddlers Don't Perceive Risky Ground Based On Surface Friction
231(5)
Te-Wen Lo
Anthony M. Avolio
Sherrie A. Massop
Karen E. Adolph
Specificity Of Learning: Why Infants Fall Over A Veritable Cliff
236(4)
Karen E. Adolph
Anthony M. Avolio
Andrew J. Leo
Infants' Perseverative Errors In A Locomotor A-Not-B Task
240(5)
Sarah E. Berger
A Baby's Day: Capturing Crawling Experience
245(5)
Mei-Yung Chan
Ying Lu
Ludovic Marin
Karen E. Adolph
Learning As An Increasingly Biased Random Walk Process
250(6)
Judy Effken
Endre Kadar
IIE. Neural Mechanisms
The Role Of Working Memory In Spatial Updating
256(5)
Martin J. Farrell1
Ian H. Robertson2
Relating Errors In Verbal And Reaching Responses To Visual Targets
261(4)
Christopher C. Pagano
Richard P. Grutzmacher
Joseph C. Jenkins
Sensorimotor Plasticity And Cognition: Prism Adaptation Can Affect Various Levels Of Space Representation
265(5)
Yves Rossetti
Gilles Rode
Laure Pisella
Alessandro Farne
Ling Li
Dominique Boisson
One Or Several Representations In Motor Recovery Following Stroke?
270(5)
G. Rode
Y. Rossetti
C. Morel
L Li
B. Delouis
D. Boisson
Automatic Corrections Prevail In Spite Of An Instructed Stopping Response
275(7)
Laure Pisella
Caroline Tiliket
Gilles Rode
Dominique Boisson
Alain Vighetto
Yves Rossetti
Section III. Action
IIIA. Patterns of Coordination
Interaction Of Discrete And Rhythmic Dynamics In Single-Joint Movements
282(6)
Dagmar Sternad
William J. Dean
Stefan Schaal
Pattern Stability In A Functionally Asymmetric Task
288(5)
C. (Lieke) E. Peper
Richard G. Carson
Changes In Multifrequency Coordination Across Practice
293(4)
Daniel M. Russell
Dagmar Sternad
Attentional Load Covaries With The Stability Of A Coordination Pattern
297(4)
P.G. Zanone
J.J. Temprado
A. Monno
Rhythmic Forearm Movements Of Parkinson Patients
301(5)
Coen van den Berg
Peter J. Beek
Piet C. W. van Wieringen
Robert C. Wagenaar
Movement Dynamics In A Bi-Dimensional Fitts' Task
306(4)
Denis Mottet
Reinoud J. Bootsma
Compensatory Variability In Underarm Throw For Accuracy
310(4)
Marie A. Dupuy
Denis Mottet
Hubert Ripoll
Interacting Intrinsic Dynamics And Intentionality Requires Coordination Profiling Of Movement Systems
314(7)
Chris Button
Keith Davids
IIIB. Posture and Locomotion
Age Differences In High Frequency Variability During Quiet Stance
321(5)
Erwin E.H. van Wegen
William J. McDermott
Richard E.A. van Emmerik
Coordination Between Locomotion And Breathing Rhythms
326(4)
William J. McDermott
Richard E.A. van Emmerik
Joseph Hamill
On The Dynamical Nature Of Human Postural Transitions
330(4)
Olivier Oullier
Benoit G. Bardy
Reinoud J. Bootsma
Thomas A. Stoffregen
Effects Of Somatosensory Information And Physical Activity On Postural Control
334(5)
Marcelo Antonio Ferraz
Jose Angelo Barela
Ana Maria Pellegrini
Author Index 339(4)
Keyword Index 343

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