Laurence R. Harris

York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Multisensory psychophysics
"Laurence Harris"

1953 born London,1974 BA Cantab (Magdalene), 1978 PhD Cantab (Magdalene),Supervisor Colin Blakemore (Cambridge), 1979 Post Doc with Max Cynader (Dalhousie), 1981 Addison Wheeler Fellow (Durham), 1984 Lecturer in Physiology, University of Wales, College of Cardiff, 1990 Psychology, York University (Toronto), 2006 Chair of Psychology, York (Toronto)

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Colin Blakemore grad student 1974-1978 Cambridge
Max Cynader post-doc 1978-1980 Dalhousie Univ.


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Minjung Kim grad student York University
Philip Jaekl grad student 2000- York University
Rebecca Winter grad student 2006- York University
Bahar Haji-Khamneh grad student 2007- York University
Lisa M. Pritchett grad student 2009- York University
Daniel C. Zikovitz grad student 2004 York University
Agnieszka Kopinska grad student 1996-2006 York University
Jeff Sanderson grad student 2004-2006 York University
Michael Barnett-Cowan grad student 2003-2009 York University
Vanessa Harrar grad student 2004-2010 York University
Richard T. Dyde post-doc 2001- York University
Robert Scott Allison post-doc 1998-1998 York University
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Jenkin H, Jenkin M, Harris LR, et al. (2023) Neutral buoyancy and the static perception of upright. Npj Microgravity. 9: 52
Bury NA, Jenkin M, Allison RS, et al. (2023) Vection underwater illustrates the limitations of neutral buoyancy as a microgravity analog. Npj Microgravity. 9: 42
McManus M, Harris LR. (2023) Enhancement of visual cues to self-motion during a visual/vestibular conflict. Plos One. 18: e0282975
Gabriel GA, Harris LR, Henriques DYP, et al. (2022) Multisensory visual-vestibular training improves visual heading estimation in younger and older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 14: 816512
Kim JJ, McManus ME, Harris LR. (2021) Body Orientation Affects the Perceived Size of Objects. Perception. 3010066211065673
Jörges B, Harris LR. (2021) Publisher Correction to: Object speed perception during lateral visual self-motion. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Harris LR, Jenkin M, Herpers R. (2021) Long-duration head down bed rest as an analog of microgravity: Effects on the static perception of upright. Journal of Vestibular Research : Equilibrium & Orientation
McManus M, Harris LR. (2021) When gravity is not where it should be: How perceived orientation affects visual self-motion processing. Plos One. 16: e0243381
Bury NA, Jenkin MR, Allison RS, et al. (2020) Perceiving jittering self-motion in a field of lollipops from ages 4 to 95. Plos One. 15: e0241087
Gibson ME, Kim JJ, McManus M, et al. (2020) The effect of training on the perceived approach angle in visual vertical heading judgements in a virtual environment. Experimental Brain Research
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