Miriam Spering

Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
visual psychophysics, eye movements, attention
"Miriam Spering"
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Kim AJ, Murch WS, Limbrick-Oldfield EH, et al. (2022) Do pupillary responses during authentic slot machine use reflect arousal or screen luminance fluctuations? A proof-of-concept study. Plos One. 17: e0272070
Spering M. (2022) Eye Movements as a Window into Decision-Making. Annual Review of Vision Science
De Brouwer AJ, Spering M. (2022) Eye-hand coordination during online reach corrections is task-dependent. Journal of Neurophysiology
Fooken J, Patel P, Jones CB, et al. (2021) Preservation of eye movements in Parkinson's disease is stimulus and task specific. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Fooken J, Kreyenmeier P, Spering M. (2021) The role of eye movements in manual interception: A mini-review. Vision Research. 183: 81-90
Chow HM, Knöll J, Madsen M, et al. (2021) Look where you go: Characterizing eye movements toward optic flow. Journal of Vision. 21: 19
Wu X, Rothwell AC, Spering M, et al. (2021) Expectations about motion direction affect perception and anticipatory smooth pursuit differently. Journal of Neurophysiology
de Brouwer AJ, Flanagan JR, Spering M. (2021) Functional Use of Eye Movements for an Acting System. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Kinjo H, Fooken J, Spering M. (2020) Do eye movements enhance visual memory retrieval? Vision Research. 176: 80-90
Fooken J, Spering M. (2020) Eye movements as a readout of sensorimotor decision processes. Journal of Neurophysiology
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