Scott Glover

Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, England, United Kingdom 
motor control, visual information processing
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Peter Dixon grad student 2001 University of Alberta
 (Effects of contextual perturbations on natural and pantomimed movements.)
David A. Rosenbaum post-doc Penn State
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Dixon P, Glover S. (2020) Assessing evidence for replication: A likelihood-based approach. Behavior Research Methods
Dixon P, Glover S. (2018) Solo versus joint bimanual coordination. Experimental Brain Research
Glover S, Dixon P. (2017) The role of predictability in cooperative and competitive joint action. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 43: 644-650
Glover S, Dixon P. (2013) Perseveration effects in reaching and grasping rely on motor priming and not perception. Experimental Brain Research. 226: 53-61
Glover S, Dixon P. (2013) Context and vision effects on real and imagined actions: support for the common representation hypothesis of motor imagery. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 39: 1352-64
Glover S, Wall MB, Smith AT. (2012) Distinct cortical networks support the planning and online control of reaching-to-grasp in humans. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 35: 909-15
Dixon P, Glover S. (2009) Perseveration and contrast effects in grasping. Neuropsychologia. 47: 1578-84
Georgiou I, Becchio C, Glover S, et al. (2007) Different action patterns for cooperative and competitive behaviour. Cognition. 102: 415-33
Brouwer AM, Georgiou I, Glover S, et al. (2006) Adjusting reach to lift movements to sudden visible changes in target's weight. Experimental Brain Research. 173: 629-36
Pierno AC, Mari M, Glover S, et al. (2006) Failure to read motor intentions from gaze in children with autism. Neuropsychologia. 44: 1483-8
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