Jonathan W. Kelly, Ph.D.

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University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
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Jack Loomis grad student 2006 UC Santa Barbara
 (Sensorimotor alignment effects in learning and novel environments.)
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Sjolund LA, Kelly JW, McNamara TP. (2017) Optimal combination of environmental cues and path integration during navigation. Memory & Cognition
He Q, McNamara TP, Kelly JW. (2017) Reference frames in spatial updating when body-based cues are absent. Memory & Cognition
Chen X, McNamara TP, Kelly JW, et al. (2017) Cue combination in human spatial navigation. Cognitive Psychology. 95: 105-144
Calderwood MD, Kelly J, McNamara TP, et al. (2009) Adding head tracking to desktop virtual reality with the wii remote as an aid to spatial cognition Proceedings - Apgv 2009: Symposium On Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization. 125
Kelly JW, McNamara TP. (2008) Spatial memory and spatial orientation Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 5248: 22-38
Macuga KL, Beall AC, Kelly JW, et al. (2007) Changing lanes: inertial cues and explicit path information facilitate steering performance when visual feedback is removed. Experimental Brain Research. 178: 141-50
Macuga KL, Loomis JM, Beall AC, et al. (2006) Perception of heading without retinal optic flow. Perception & Psychophysics. 68: 872-8
Loomis JM, Beall AC, Macuga KL, et al. (2006) Visual control of action without retinal optic flow. Psychological Science. 17: 214-21
Kelly JW, Loomis JM, Beall AC. (2005) The importance of perceived relative motion in the control of posture. Experimental Brain Research. 161: 285-92
Kelly JW, Loomis JM, Beall AC. (2004) Judgments of exocentric direction in large-scale space. Perception. 33: 443-54
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