Geoffrey Bingham, Ph.D.

Psychology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
"Geoffrey Bingham"
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Robert E. Shaw grad student 1979-1985 University of Connecticut
Michael T. Turvey grad student 1979-1985 Haskins Laboratories
Gunnar Johansson grad student 1984-1985 Uppsala
 (dissertation research during graduate degree at University of Connecticut)
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Kadihasanoglu D, Beer RD, Bingham N, et al. (2020) Control of visually guided braking using constant-[Formula: see text] and proportional rate. Experimental Brain Research
Xu H, Pan JS, Wang XM, et al. (2020) Information for perceiving blurry events: Optic flow and color are additive. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Pan JS, Li J, Chen Z, et al. (2017) Motion-generated optical information allows event perception despite blurry vision in AMD and amblyopic patients. Journal of Vision. 17: 13
Pan JS, Bingham N, Chen C, et al. (2017) Breaking camouflage and detecting targets require optic flow and image structure information. Applied Optics. 56: 6410-6418
Zhu Q, Mirich T, Huang S, et al. (2017) When kinesthetic information is neglected in learning a Novel bimanual rhythmic coordination. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Pan JS, Bingham N, Bingham GP. (2017) Embodied Memory Allows Accurate and Stable Perception of Hidden Objects Despite Orientation Change. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Wilson AD, Zhu Q, Barham L, et al. (2016) A Dynamical Analysis of the Suitability of Prehistoric Spheroids from the Cave of Hearths as Thrown Projectiles. Scientific Reports. 6: 30614
Wilson AD, Weightman A, Bingham GP, et al. (2016) Using Task Dynamics to Quantify the Affordances of Throwing for Long Distance and Accuracy. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Bingham G, Snapp-Childs W, Zhu Q, et al. (2016) 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
Snapp-Childs W, Wilson AD, Bingham GP. (2015) Transfer of learning between unimanual and bimanual rhythmic movement coordination: transfer is a function of the task dynamic. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 2225-38
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