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PSYC2552
Complete Module Reading List

Perception, Action and Cognition, 2017/18, Semester 1
Dr Richard Wilkie
r.m.wilkie@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

 Essential Reading for Perception, Action & Cognition

Make sure that you have read thoroughly all lecture slides and lecture notes (including the Wilkie & Mon-Williams book available for free on Minerva).

There is a great book that you may find useful:

Sensorimotor control and learning : an introduction to the behavioral neuroscience of action, by James Tresilian

In addition the following papers are available via the library and recommended reading for each lecture:

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Lecture 2

** Tatler, B. W., Wade, N. J., Kwan, H., Findlay, J. M., & Velichkovsky, B. M. (2010). Yarbus, eye movements, and vision. i-Perception, 1(1), 7–27.

** Land & Hayhoe (2001) In what ways do eye movements contribute to everyday activities? Vision Research, 41, 3559-3565

** Liversedge, S.P. Findlay, J.M. 2000. Saccadic eye movements and cognition. Trends in cognitive sciences., 4(1): 6-14.

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Lecture 3

**Rushton, S. K., Harris, J. M., Lloyd, M. R. & Wann, J. P. (1998). Guidance of locomotion on foot uses perceived target location rather than optic flow, Current Biology, 8, 1191-1194.

**Warren, W. H., Kay, B. A., Zosh, W. D., Duchon, A. P. & Sahuc, S. (2001). Optic flow is used to control human walking, Nature Neuroscience, 4, 213-216.

**Wann, J. P., & Wilkie, R. M. (2004). How do we control high speed steering?. In Optic flow and beyond (pp. 401-419). Springer Netherlands.

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Lecture 5

** Land, M. F. & Lee, D. N. (1994) Where we look when we steer. Nature. 369, 742-744

** Robertshaw, K. D., & Wilkie, R. M. (2008). Does gaze influence steering around a bend? Journal of vision (Charlottesville, Va.), 8(4):18, 1-13.

** Wilkie, R. M., & Wann, J. P. (2003). Eye-movements aid the control of locomotion. Journal of vision (Charlottesville, Va.), 3(11), 677-684.

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Lecture 5

** Lee D. & Reddish P. (1981) Plummeting gannets: a paradigm of ecological optics. Nature. 293, 293-294 

** Rushton S. & Wann J.P. (1999) Weighted combination of size and disparity: a computational model for timing a ball catch. Nature. 2(2) 186-190 

** Wann J.P. (1996) Anticipating arrival: is the tau margin a specious theory? Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance.

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Lecture 6

**Clark, A. (1999) An embodied cognitive science? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 3 , 345 – 351

**Hill, L.J.B., Mushtaq, F., O’Neill, L., Flatters, I., Williams, J.H.G. & Mon-Williams, M. (2016) The relationship between manual coordination and mental health. European Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 25: 283

** Wolpert D.M., Ghahramani, Z. (2009) Bayes rule in perception, action and cognition. Gregory RL, (ed) The Oxford Companion to the Mind.

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Lecture 7

 ** DiCarlo J.J, & Cox, D.D. (2007) Untangling invariant object recognition. Trends in cognitive sciences.. 11(8)

** DeBruine, L.M., Hahn, A.C. and Jones, B.C. (2015) Perceiving infant faces. Evolutionary psychology [electronic resource] : an international journal of evolutionary approaches to psychology and behavior. 2015, 7:87–91

** Körding, K. & Wolpert, D. (2004) Bayesian integration in sensorimotor learning. Nature., 427, 244-247

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Lecture 8

** Mon-Williams, M., Bingham, G.P. (2008) Ontological issues in distance perception: Cue use under full cue conditions cannot be inferred from use under controlled conditions. Perception and psychophysics. 70, 551-561

** Mon-Williams, M., Tresilian, J.R., McIntosh, R.D. & Milner D. (2001) Monocular and binocular distance cues: Insights from visual form agnosia I (of III). Experimental Brain Research. 139, 127-136

** Tresilian, J.R. & Mon-Williams, M. (2000) Getting the measure of vergence weight in nearness perception. Experimental Brain Research 132, 362-368

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Lecture 9

**Flatters, I.J., Otten, L., Witvliet, A., Henson, B., Holt, R., Culmer, P., Bingham, G.P., Wilkie, R.M., Mon-Williams, M. (2012) Predicting the effect of surface texture on the qualitative form of prehension.PLoS ONE, 7(3), e32770. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0032770.

**Gordon AM & Duff, CJ (1999) Fingertip forces during object manipulation in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. II: bilateral coordination. Dev Med Child Neurol. 41: 176-85.

**Holt, R.J., Lefevre, A.S., Flatters, I.J., Culmer, P., Wilkie, R.M., Henson, B.W., Bingham, G.P., Mon-Williams, M. (2013) Grasping the changes seen in older adults when reaching for objects of varied texture. PLoS One, 8 (7), pp. e69040.

 

This list was last updated on 21/09/2017