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Studies in Perception and Action XIII; proceedings.


Studies in Perception and Action XIII; proceedings

International Conference on Perception and Action (18th: 2015: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA) Edited by Julie A. Weast-Knapp, MaryLauren Malone, and Drew Abney

Psychology Press


254 pages


Studies in Perception and Action; Volume 13


The biennial conference draws scholars from a number disciplines who are interested in ecological psychology, and this volume contains a record of the posters presented in 2015. The 60 short papers cover action and coordination, interpersonal coordination, perception and perceptual-motor learning, perceptual affordances, and postural control and coordination. Among specific topic are the relationship between stride foot movement and head movement during the baseball swing, identifying individual traits with a medium perception robot, modality effects in training haptic distance-to-break in a simulated minimally invasive surgery task, perceptual learning through a brain computer interface in young infants, and reduced surface for postural control of reading in a moving room.

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