Mark R. Harwood, Ph.D.

Biology City College of New York, New York, NY, United States 
Eye movements, Motor Learning, Visual Attention, Reaction Time, Motor Control
"Mark Harwood"
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Christine Richter grad student CCNY
Josh Wallman post-doc 2002-2012 CCNY


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Reza Azadi grad student
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Vullings C, Harwood MR, Madelain L. (2019) Reinforcement reduces the size-latency phenomenon: A cost-benefit evaluation of saccade triggering. Journal of Vision. 19: 16
Harwood M, Blangero A. (2018) Reduced sensitivity to trial pacing in Parkinson's disease saccadic eye movements. Journal of Vision. 18: 1016
Vullings C, Harwood M, Madelain L. (2017) Effect of reinforcement on the size-latency phenomenon Journal of Vision. 17: 908
Vencato V, Harwood M, Madelain L. (2017) Saccade latencies in an overlap paradigm when manipulating the stimuli timing, energy and transient changes. Journal of Vision. 17: 900
De Vries JP, Azadi R, Harwood MR. (2016) The saccadic size-latency phenomenon explored: Proximal target size is a determining factor in the saccade latency. Vision Research. 129: 87-97
Azadi R, Harwood M. (2015) What is visual remapping to saccade adaptation, a cause or a consequence? Journal of Vision. 15: 599
Khan A, McFadden SA, Harwood M, et al. (2014) Salient distractors can induce saccade adaptation. Journal of Ophthalmology. 2014: 585792
Azadi R, Harwood MR. (2014) Visual cues that are effective for contextual saccade adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 111: 2307-19
Gray MJ, Blangero A, Herman JP, et al. (2014) Adaptation of naturally paced saccades. Journal of Neurophysiology. 111: 2343-54
Vries JD, Harwood M. (2014) Dissecting the delay in the saccadic size-latency phenomenon. Journal of Vision. 14: 747-747
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