Andrew D. Wilson, Ph.D.

School of Biomedical Sciences University of Leeds, UK 
movement coordination, learning, perceptual control of action
"Andrew Wilson"
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Geoffrey Bingham grad student 2000-2005 Indiana University Bloomington
 (A perception -action approach to rhythmic movement coordination.)
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Leach D, Kolokotroni Z, Wilson AD. (2020) Perceptual information supports transfer of learning in coordinated rhythmic movement. Psychological Research
Pickavance J, Azmoodeh A, Wilson AD. (2018) The effects of feedback format, and egocentric & allocentric relative phase on coordination stability. Human Movement Science. 59: 143-152
Ruffman T, Aitken J, Wilson A, et al. (2018) A re-examination of the broccoli task: Implications for children’s understanding of subjective desire Cognitive Development. 46: 79-85
Cross L, Wilson AD, Golonka S. (2016) How Moving Together Brings Us Together: When Coordinated Rhythmic Movement Affects Cooperation. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1983
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
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
Ren J, Huang S, Zhang J, et al. (2015) The 50s cliff: a decline in perceptuo-motor learning, not a deficit in visual motion perception. Plos One. 10: e0121708
Wilson AD. (2014) Action scaling of distance perception is task specific and does not predict "the embodiment of culture": a comment on Soliman, Gibson, and Glenberg (2013). Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 302
Coats RO, Wilson AD, Snapp-Childs W, et al. (2014) The 50s cliff: perceptuo-motor learning rates across the lifespan. Plos One. 9: e85758
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