Dilwyn Marple-Horvat

Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, England, United Kingdom 
"Dilwyn Marple-Horvat"
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Handsaker JC, Brown SJ, Bowling FL, et al. (2015) People with diabetic peripheral neuropathy display a decreased stepping accuracy during walking: potential implications for risk of tripping. Diabetic Medicine : a Journal of the British Diabetic Association
Tersteeg MC, Marple-Horvat DE, Loram ID. (2012) Cautious gait in relation to knowledge and vision of height: is altered visual information the dominant influence? Journal of Neurophysiology. 107: 2686-91
Wise AK, Cerminara NL, Marple-Horvat DE, et al. (2010) Mechanisms of synchronous activity in cerebellar Purkinje cells. The Journal of Physiology. 588: 2373-90
Cerminara NL, Apps R, Marple-Horvat DE. (2009) An internal model of a moving visual target in the lateral cerebellum. The Journal of Physiology. 587: 429-42
Wilson M, Chattington M, Marple-Horvat DE. (2008) Eye movements drive steering: reduced eye movement distribution impairs steering and driving performance. Journal of Motor Behavior. 40: 190-202
Marple-Horvat DE, Cooper HL, Gilbey SL, et al. (2008) Alcohol badly affects eye movements linked to steering, providing for automatic in-car detection of drink driving. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 33: 849-58
Wilson M, Chattington M, Marple-Horvat DE, et al. (2007) A comparison of self-focus versus attentional explanations of choking. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 29: 439-56
Chattington M, Wilson M, Ashford D, et al. (2007) Eye-steering coordination in natural driving. Experimental Brain Research. 180: 1-14
Wilson M, Stephenson S, Chattington M, et al. (2007) Eye movements coordinated with steering benefit performance even when vision is denied. Experimental Brain Research. 176: 397-412
Wilson M, Smith NC, Chattington M, et al. (2006) The role of effort in moderating the anxiety-performance relationship: Testing the prediction of processing efficiency theory in simulated rally driving. Journal of Sports Sciences. 24: 1223-33
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