Emily Crowe

2019- Human Movement Sciences Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
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Brenner E, Houben M, Schukking T, et al. (2021) Gravity Influences How We Expect a Cursor to Move. Perception. 3010066211065229
Crowe EM, Smeets JBJ, Brenner E. (2021) The response to background motion: Characteristics of a movement stabilization mechanism. Journal of Vision. 21: 3
Crowe EM, Bossard M, Karimpur H, et al. (2021) Further Evidence That People Rely on Egocentric Information to Guide a Cursor to a Visible Target. Perception. 3010066211048758
Crowe EM, Howard CJ, Gilchrist ID, et al. (2021) Motion disrupts dynamic visual search for an orientation change. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 6: 47
Crowe EM, Los SA, Schindler L, et al. (2021) EXPRESS: Transfer Effects in Auditory Temporal Preparation Occur Using an Unfilled but not Filled Foreperiod. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021821995452
van der Kooij K, van Mastrigt NM, Crowe EM, et al. (2021) Learning a reach trajectory based on binary reward feedback. Scientific Reports. 11: 2667
Crowe EM, Bossard M, Brenner E. (2021) Can ongoing movements be guided by allocentric visual information when the target is visible? Journal of Vision. 21: 6
Crowe EM, Moore LJ, Harris DJ, et al. (2020) In-task auditory performance-related feedback promotes cardiovascular markers of a challenge state during a pressurized task. Anxiety, Stress, and Coping. 1-14
Harris DJ, Wilson MR, Crowe EM, et al. (2020) Examining the roles of working memory and visual attention in multiple object tracking expertise. Cognitive Processing
Howard C, Pole R, Montgomery P, et al. (2019) Author accepted manuscript: Visual spatial attention and spatial working memory do not draw on shared capacity-limited core processes. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021819897882
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