Jonathan J. Marotta

Affiliations: 
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 
Area:
Perception and Action
Website:
http://www.perceptionandaction.com
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Langridge RW, Marotta JJ. (2020) Grasping a 2D virtual target: The influence of target position and movement on gaze and digit placement. Human Movement Science. 71: 102625
Carther-Krone TA, Lawrence-Dewar JM, Shomstein S, et al. (2020) Neural Correlates of Perceptual Grouping Under Conditions of Inattention and Divided Attention. Perception. 49: 495-514
Thulasiram MR, Langridge RW, Abbas HH, et al. (2020) Eye-hand coordination in reaching and grasping vertically moving targets. Experimental Brain Research
Glazebrook CM, Brown K, Prime SL, et al. (2020) Both reaching and grasping are impacted by temporarily induced paresthesia. Somatosensory & Motor Research. 1-11
Langridge RW, Marotta JJ. (2017) Grasping occluded targets: investigating the influence of target visibility, allocentric cue presence, and direction of motion on gaze and grasp accuracy. Experimental Brain Research
Carther-Krone TA, Shomstein S, Marotta JJ. (2016) Looking without Perceiving: Impaired Preattentive Perceptual Grouping in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Plos One. 11: e0158566
Marotta JJ, Graham TJ. (2016) Cluttered Environments: Differential Effects of Obstacle Position on Grasp and Gaze Locations. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale
Desanghere L, Marotta JJ. (2015) The influence of object shape and center of mass on grasp and gaze. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1537
Bulloch MC, Prime SL, Marotta JJ. (2015) Anticipatory gaze strategies when grasping moving objects. Experimental Brain Research
Szturm T, Sakhalkar V, Boreskie S, et al. (2015) Integrated testing of standing balance and cognition: test-retest reliability and construct validity. Gait & Posture. 41: 146-52
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