Qin Zhu, Ph.D. - Publications

Division of Kinesiology and Health, College of Health Sciences University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, United States 
affodances, overarm throwing, transfer of motor skills, and rehabilitation of motor skills

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2022 Huang S, Layer J, Smith D, Bingham GP, Zhu Q. The effect of movement frequency on perceptual-motor learning of a novel bimanual coordination pattern. Human Movement Science. 83: 102958. PMID 35561528 DOI: 10.1016/j.humov.2022.102958  0.482
2021 Huang S, Layer J, Smith D, Bingham GP, Zhu Q. Training 90° bimanual coordination at high frequency yields dependence on kinesthetic information and poor performance of dyadic unimanual coordination. Human Movement Science. 79: 102855. PMID 34388488 DOI: 10.1016/j.humov.2021.102855  0.483
2021 Herth RA, Zhu Q, Bingham GP. The role of intentionality in the performance of a learned 90° bimanual rhythmic coordination during frequency scaling: data and model. Experimental Brain Research. PMID 34363513 DOI: 10.1007/s00221-021-06173-x  0.478
2020 Huang S, Van Syoc B, Yang R, Kuehn T, Smith D, Zhu Q. Using visual and/or kinesthetic information to stabilize intrinsic bimanual coordination patterns is a function of movement frequency. Psychological Research. PMID 31989241 DOI: 10.1007/S00426-020-01288-2  0.305
2019 Huang S, Dai B, Zhu Q. Advantage of Early Focus on Visual Information in Bi-Modal Training of Bimanual Coordination. Multisensory Research. 1-21. PMID 31247584 DOI: 10.1163/22134808-20191424  0.321
2018 Bingham GP, Snapp-Childs W, Zhu Q. 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. PMID 29852338 DOI: 10.1016/J.Humov.2018.05.010  0.578
2017 Zhu Q, Mirich T, Huang S, Snapp-Childs W, Bingham GP. When kinesthetic information is neglected in learning a Novel bimanual rhythmic coordination. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. PMID 28508115 DOI: 10.3758/S13414-017-1336-3  0.568
2016 Alphonsa S, Dai B, Benham-Deal T, Zhu Q. Interaction of Perception and Action in Discrete and Continuous Rapid Aiming Tasks. Journal of Motor Behavior. 1-9. PMID 28033484 DOI: 10.1080/00222895.2016.1241752  0.321
2016 Wilson AD, Zhu Q, Barham L, Stanistreet I, Bingham GP. A Dynamical Analysis of the Suitability of Prehistoric Spheroids from the Cave of Hearths as Thrown Projectiles. Scientific Reports. 6: 30614. PMID 27506611 DOI: 10.1038/Srep30614  0.6
2016 Wilson AD, Weightman A, Bingham GP, Zhu Q. Using Task Dynamics to Quantify the Affordances of Throwing for Long Distance and Accuracy. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. PMID 26766510 DOI: 10.1037/Xhp0000199  0.595
2016 Bingham G, Snapp-Childs W, Zhu Q, Huang S. On the importance of inter-sensory redundancy: Learning a new rhythmic coordination pattern using one mode (vision vs kinesthesis) can teach performance using the other mode Journal of Vision. 16: 1194. DOI: 10.1167/16.12.1194  0.506
2015 Ren J, Huang S, Zhang J, Zhu Q, Wilson AD, Snapp-Childs W, Bingham GP. The 50s cliff: a decline in perceptuo-motor learning, not a deficit in visual motion perception. Plos One. 10: e0121708. PMID 25874880 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0121708  0.623
2014 Zhu Q, Mirich T, Bingham GP. Perception of relative throw-ability. Experimental Brain Research. 232: 395-402. PMID 24162865 DOI: 10.1007/S00221-013-3747-2  0.584
2014 Zhu Q, Bingham GP. Seeing Where the Stone Is Thrown by Observing a Point-Light Thrower: Perceiving the Effect of Action Is Enabled by Information, Not Motor Experience Ecological Psychology. 26: 229-261. DOI: 10.1080/10407413.2014.957969  0.54
2013 Zhu Q, Shockley K, Riley MA, Tolston MT, Bingham GP. Felt heaviness is used to perceive the affordance for throwing but rotational inertia does not affect either. Experimental Brain Research. 224: 221-31. PMID 23099549 DOI: 10.1007/S00221-012-3301-7  0.571
2013 Zhu Q, Wilson A, Bingham G. Common Coding Not Supported: Expert and Novice Throwers Viewing Point-Light Displays of Self vs Other's Throwing Motions to Judge Target Locations Journal of Vision. 13: 761-761. DOI: 10.1167/13.9.761  0.554
2013 Wilson A, Weightman A, Zhu Q, Bingham G. Using Dynamical Simulations to Quantify Affordances in the Task Space for Throwing to Hit Distant Targets Journal of Vision. 13: 749-749. DOI: 10.1167/13.9.749  0.55
2013 Mirich T, Zhu Q, Bingham G. Relative Throw-ability of Objects of Varying Size and Weight Is Perceivable As Revealed By Magnitude Estimation Methods Journal of Vision. 13: 680-680. DOI: 10.1167/13.9.680  0.533
2011 Zhu Q, Bingham GP. Human readiness to throw: The size-weight illusion is not an illusion when picking the best objects to throw Evolution and Human Behavior. 32: 288-293. DOI: 10.1016/J.Evolhumbehav.2010.11.005  0.569
2010 Zhu Q, Bingham GP. Learning to perceive the affordance for long-distance throwing: smart mechanism or function learning? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 36: 862-75. PMID 20695705 DOI: 10.1037/A0018738  0.572
2010 Zhu Q, Bingham G. The Size-Weight Illusion Is Not an Illusion When Picking the Best Objects to Throw Nature Precedings. 5: 1-1. DOI: 10.1038/Npre.2010.4584.1  0.584
2009 Zhu Q, Dapena J, Bingham GP. Learning to throw to maximum distances: do changes in release angle and speed reflect affordances for throwing? Human Movement Science. 28: 708-25. PMID 19703718 DOI: 10.1016/J.Humov.2009.07.005  0.599
2008 Zhu Q, Bingham GP. Is hefting to perceive the affordance for throwing a smart perceptual mechanism? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 34: 929-43. PMID 18665736 DOI: 10.1037/0096-1523.34.4.929  0.59
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