David C. Cappadocia

Kinesiology & Health Science York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Action / Perception
"David Cappadocia"

High school: St. Michael's College School (Toronto) '04
Undergrad: HBSc Psychology @ York University (Toronto) '08
Masters: MSc Kinesiology & Health Science @ York University (Toronto) '11
Current: PhD candidate in Kinesiology & Health Science @ York University (Toronto)

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Atputharaj S, Cappadocia D, Crawford J. (2018) Memory-guided saccades to visual stimulus sequences: influence of set-size and spatiotemporal structure on recall accuracy Journal of Vision. 18: 1013
Cappadocia DC, Monaco S, Chen Y, et al. (2016) Temporal Evolution of Target Representation, Movement Direction Planning, and Reach Execution in Occipital-Parietal-Frontal Cortex: An fMRI Study. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Barakat T, Cappadocia DC, Gharavi K, et al. (2014) The influence of spatio-temporal structure on sequential eye and arm movements to remembered visual targets Journal of Vision. 14: 92-92
Cappadocia DC, Gharavi K, Vesia M, et al. (2012) The effects of TMS over PPC in a visual feature memory / saccade task Journal of Vision. 12: 836-836
Byrne PA, Cappadocia DC, Crawford JD. (2010) Interactions between gaze-centered and allocentric representations of reach target location in the presence of spatial updating. Vision Research. 50: 2661-70
Cappadocia DC, Henriques DY. (2010) The effect of gaze shifts, pointing, and saccadic adaptation on the relative position judgments of a remembered object Journal of Vision. 9: 1097-1097
Cappadocia DC, Vesia M, Byrne PA, et al. (2010) Saccade target selection in subjects cued to remember single or multiple visual features Journal of Vision. 10: 536-536
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