Rob Gray

School of Sport & Exercise Sciences University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom 
perception, action, human factors
"Rob Gray"
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McNabb J, Gray R. (2016) Staying Connected on the Road: A Comparison of Different Types of Smart Phone Use in a Driving Simulator. Plos One. 11: e0148555
Gray R, Cañal-Bruland R. (2015) Attentional focus, perceived target size, and movement kinematics under performance pressure. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Meng F, Gray R, Ho C, et al. (2015) Dynamic vibrotactile signals for forward collision avoidance warning systems. Human Factors. 57: 329-46
Foerster A, Gray R, Cañal-Bruland R. (2015) Size estimates remain stable in the face of differences in performance outcome variability in an aiming task. Consciousness and Cognition. 33: 47-52
Meng F, Ho C, Gray R, et al. (2015) Dynamic vibrotactile warning signals for frontal collision avoidance: towards the torso versus towards the head. Ergonomics. 58: 411-25
Gray R, Gaska J, Winterbottom M. (2015) Relationship between sustained, orientated, divided, and selective attention and simulated aviation performance: Training & pressure effects Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition
Ho C, Gray R, Spence C. (2014) Reorienting driver attention with dynamic tactile cues. Ieee Transactions On Haptics. 7: 86-94
Gray R, Ho C, Spence C. (2014) A comparison of different informative vibrotactile forward collision warnings: does the warning need to be linked to the collision event? Plos One. 9: e87070
Ho C, Gray R, Spence C. (2014) To what extent do the findings of laboratory-based spatial attention research apply to the real-world setting of driving? Ieee Transactions On Human-Machine Systems. 44: 524-530
Ho C, Gray R, Spence C. (2013) Role of audiovisual synchrony in driving head orienting responses. Experimental Brain Research. 227: 467-76
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