Jack Loomis

Affiliations: 
Psychological and Brain Sciences University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Website:
http://www.kyb.tuebingen.mpg.de/~loomis
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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
Wolbers T, Klatzky RL, Loomis JM, et al. (2011) Modality-independent coding of spatial layout in the human brain. Current Biology : Cb. 21: 984-9
Lappe M, Stiels M, Frenz H, et al. (2011) Visual estimation of travel distance by leaky integration along veering paths Journal of Vision. 11: 930-930
Siegle J, Campos J, Mohler B, et al. (2010) High-precision capture of perceived velocity during passive translations Journal of Vision. 8: 1043-1043
Macuga KL, Beall AC, Loomis JM, et al. (2010) In steering without visual feedback, subjects can properly initiate the return phase of a "lane change" maneuver Journal of Vision. 5: 314-314
Loomis JM, Kelly JW, Pusch M, et al. (2008) Psychophysics of perceiving eye-gaze and head direction with peripheral vision: implications for the dynamics of eye-gaze behavior. Perception. 37: 1443-57
Wolbers T, Hegarty M, Büchel C, et al. (2008) Spatial updating: how the brain keeps track of changing object locations during observer motion. Nature Neuroscience. 11: 1223-30
Kelly JW, Riecke B, Loomis JM, et al. (2008) Visual control of posture in real and virtual environments. Perception & Psychophysics. 70: 158-65
Kelly JW, Avraamides MN, Loomis JM. (2007) Sensorimotor alignment effects in the learning environment and in novel environments. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 33: 1092-107
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
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