Geoffrey Bingham, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Perception/Action
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Robert E. Shaw grad student 1979-1985 University of Connecticut
 (PhD)
Michael T. Turvey grad student 1979-1985 Haskins Laboratories
Gunnar Johansson grad student 1984-1985 Uppsala
 (dissertation research during graduate degree at University of Connecticut)
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Wang XM, Bingham GP. (2019) Change in effectivity yields recalibration of affordance geometry to preserve functional dynamics. Experimental Brain Research
Snapp-Childs W, Fath AJ, Bingham GP. (2018) Training children aged 5-10 years in compliance control: tracing smaller figures yields better learning not specific to the scale of drawn figures. Experimental Brain Research
Wang XM, Lind M, Bingham GP. (2018) Large continuous perspective change with noncoplanar points enables accurate slant perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Bingham GP, Snapp-Childs W, Zhu Q. (2018) Information about relative phase in bimanual coordination is modality specific (not amodal), but kinesthesis and vision can teach one another. Human Movement Science. 60: 98-106
Fath AJ, Lind M, Bingham GP. (2018) Perception of time to contact of slow- and fast-moving objects using monocular and binocular motion information. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Bingham GP, Snapp-Childs W. (2018) Training children aged 5-10 years in manual compliance control to improve drawing and handwriting. Human Movement Science
Coats RO, Holt RJ, Bingham GP, et al. (2018) Predicting the duration of reach-to-grasp movements to objects with asymmetric contact surfaces. Plos One. 13: e0193185
Pan JS, Li J, Chen Z, et al. (2017) Motion-generated optical information allows event perception despite blurry vision in AMD and amblyopic patients. Journal of Vision. 17: 13
Pan JS, Bingham N, Chen C, et al. (2017) Breaking camouflage and detecting targets require optic flow and image structure information. Applied Optics. 56: 6410-6418
Zhu Q, Mirich T, Huang S, et al. (2017) When kinesthetic information is neglected in learning a Novel bimanual rhythmic coordination. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
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