Kristen L. Macuga, Ph.D.

Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
"Kristen Macuga"
Mean distance: 17.99 (cluster 60)


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Jack Loomis grad student 2008 UC Santa Barbara
 (Visual and inertial influences on steering control.)
Scott H. Frey post-doc Oregon State
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Macuga KL, Beall AC, Smith RS, et al. (2019) Visual control of steering in curve driving. Journal of Vision. 19: 1
Macuga KL, Frey SH. (2014) Differential contributions of the superior and inferior parietal cortex to feedback versus feedforward control of tools. Neuroimage. 92: 36-45
Macuga KL, Papailiou AP. (2012) Motor imagery of tool use: relationship to actual use and adherence to Fitts’ law across tasks. Experimental Brain Research. 218: 169-79
Macuga KL, Frey SH. (2012) Neural representations involved in observed, imagined, and imitated actions are dissociable and hierarchically organized. Neuroimage. 59: 2798-807
Macuga KL, Frey SH. (2011) Selective responses in right inferior frontal and supramarginal gyri differentiate between observed movements of oneself vs. another. Neuropsychologia. 49: 1202-7
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
Loomis JM, Beall AC, Kelly JW, et al. (2005) Importance of perceptual representation in the visual control of action Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 5666: 356-361
Gray R, Macuga K, Regan D. (2004) Long range interactions between object-motion and self-motion in the perception of movement in depth. Vision Research. 44: 179-95
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