Richard M. Wilkie
Richard M. Wilkie
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Handbook of virtual environments: Design, implementation, and applications
KS Hale, KM Stanney
CRC Press, 2014
6922014
Eye-movements aid the control of locomotion
RM Wilkie, JP Wann
Journal of vision 3 (11), 3-3, 2003
1522003
Controlling steering and judging heading: retinal flow, visual direction, and extraretinal information.
R Wilkie, J Wann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 29 (2), 363, 2003
1512003
Active gaze, visual look-ahead, and locomotor control.
RM Wilkie, JP Wann, RS Allison
Journal of experimental psychology: Human perception and performance 34 (5 …, 2008
1012008
Driving as night falls: The contribution of retinal flow and visual direction to the control of steering
RM Wilkie, JP Wann
Current Biology 12 (23), 2014-2017, 2002
872002
Stepping over obstacles: attention demands and aging
C Harley, RM Wilkie, JP Wann
Gait & posture 29 (3), 428-432, 2009
852009
Neural processing of imminent collision in humans
J Billington, RM Wilkie, DT Field, JP Wann
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1711), 1476-1481, 2011
832011
Using vision to control locomotion: Looking where you want to go
RM Wilkie, GK Kountouriotis, N Merat, JP Wann
Experimental brain research 204 (4), 539-547, 2010
832010
Does gaze influence steering around a bend?
KD Robertshaw, RM Wilkie
Journal of Vision 8 (4), 18-18, 2008
772008
The role of visual and nonvisual information in the control of locomotion.
RM Wilkie, JP Wann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (5), 901, 2005
692005
Neural systems in the visual control of steering
DT Field, RM Wilkie, JP Wann
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (30), 8002-8010, 2007
582007
The relationship between a child’s postural stability and manual dexterity
I Flatters, F Mushtaq, LJB Hill, RJ Holt, RM Wilkie, M Mon-Williams
Experimental brain research 232 (9), 2907-2917, 2014
572014
How do we control high speed steering?
JP Wann, RM Wilkie
Optic flow and beyond, 401-419, 2004
542004
Movement control in older adults: does old age mean middle of the road?
RK Raw, GK Kountouriotis, M Mon-Williams, RM Wilkie
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 38 (3), 735, 2012
502012
Judgments of path, not heading, guide locomotion.
RM Wilkie, JP Wann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (1), 88, 2006
492006
An fMRI study of parietal cortex involvement in the visual guidance of locomotion.
J Billington, DT Field, RM Wilkie, JP Wann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (6 …, 2010
402010
The role of gaze and road edge information during high-speed locomotion.
GK Kountouriotis, RC Floyd, PH Gardner, N Merat, RM Wilkie
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 38 (3), 687, 2012
372012
Reduced motor asymmetry in older adults when manually tracing paths
RK Raw, RM Wilkie, PR Culmer, M Mon-Williams
Experimental brain research 217 (1), 35-41, 2012
332012
Getting back into the loop: the perceptual-motor determinants of successful transitions out of automated driving
CD Mole, O Lappi, O Giles, G Markkula, F Mars, RM Wilkie
Human factors 61 (7), 1037-1065, 2019
262019
Children’s head movements and postural stability as a function of task
I Flatters, F Mushtaq, LJB Hill, A Rossiter, K Jarrett-Peet, P Culmer, R Holt, ...
Experimental brain research 232 (6), 1953-1970, 2014
262014
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