Digby Elliott

Affiliations: 
McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada 
Area:
Physical Education, Physiological Psychology
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Hayes SJ, Andrew M, Foster NC, et al. (2017) Sensorimotor learning and associated visual perception are intact but unrelated in autism spectrum disorder. Autism Research : Official Journal of the International Society For Autism Research
Heath M, Tremblay L, Elliott D. (2017) Fitts' Theorem and Movement Time Dissociation for Amplitude and Width Manipulations: Replying to Hoffmann. Journal of Motor Behavior. 1-3
Burkitt JJ, Bongers RM, Elliott D, et al. (2017) Extending Energy Optimization in Goal-Directed Aiming from Movement Kinematics to Joint Angles. Journal of Motor Behavior. 49: 129-140
Elliott D, Lyons J, Hayes SJ, et al. (2016) The multiple process model of goal-directed reaching revisited. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Roberts JW, Burkitt JJ, Elliott D, et al. (2016) The Impact of Strategic Trajectory Optimization on Illusory Target Biases During Goal-Directed Aiming. Journal of Motor Behavior. 1-10
Heath M, Samani A, Tremblay L, et al. (2016) Fitts' Theorem in Oculomotor Control: Dissociable Movement Times for Amplitude and Width Manipulations. Journal of Motor Behavior. 1-11
Roberts JW, Lyons JL, Garcia DB, et al. (2016) Gunslinger Effect and Müller -Lyer Illusion: Examining Early Visual Information Processing for Late Limb-Target Control. Motor Control
Roberts JW, Katayama O, Lung T, et al. (2016) The modulation of motor contagion by intrapersonal sensorimotor experience. Neuroscience Letters
Roberts JW, Blinch J, Elliott D, et al. (2016) The violation of Fitts' Law: an examination of displacement biases and corrective submovements. Experimental Brain Research
Andrew M, Bennett SJ, Elliott D, et al. (2016) Complimentary lower-level and higher-order systems underpin imitation learning. Brain and Cognition. 104: 25-33
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