Georgios Kountouriotis
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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
Driver inattention during vehicle automation: How does driver engagement affect resumption of control?
T Louw, G Kountouriotis, O Carsten, N Merat
4th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2015 …, 2015
702015
In vivo cholinergic basal forebrain atrophy predicts cognitive decline in de novo Parkinson’s disease
NJ Ray, S Bradburn, C Murgatroyd, U Toseeb, P Mir, GK Kountouriotis, ...
Brain 141 (1), 165-176, 2018
632018
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
Leading to distraction: Driver distraction, lead car, and road environment
GK Kountouriotis, N Merat
Accident Analysis & Prevention 89, 22-30, 2016
482016
Identifying cognitive distraction using steering wheel reversal rates
GK Kountouriotis, P Spyridakos, OMJ Carsten, N Merat
Accident Analysis & Prevention 96, 39-45, 2016
442016
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
Optic flow asymmetries bias high-speed steering along roads
GK Kountouriotis, KA Shire, CD Mole, PH Gardner, N Merat, RM Wilkie
Journal of Vision 13 (10), 23-23, 2013
242013
Optic flow speed modulates guidance level control: New insights into two-level steering.
CD Mole, G Kountouriotis, J Billington, RMG Wilkie
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 42 (11 …, 2016
232016
Looking and thinking when driving: The impact of gaze and cognitive load on steering
GK Kountouriotis, RM Wilkie, PH Gardner, N Merat
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 34, 108-121, 2015
152015
The need for speed: Global optic flow speed influences steering
GK Kountouriotis, CD Mole, N Merat, RM Wilkie
Royal Society open science 3 (5), 160096, 2016
142016
Affine operations plus symmetry yield perception of metric shape with large perspective changes (≥ 45°): Data and model.
M Lind, YL Lee, J Mazanowski, GK Kountouriotis, GP Bingham
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (1), 83, 2014
132014
Driving with homonymous visual field loss: Does visual search performance predict hazard detection?
M Smith, CD Mole, GK Kountouriotis, C Chisholm, B Bhakta, RM Wilkie
British Journal of Occupational Therapy 78 (2), 85-95, 2015
82015
Robot Guided ‘Pen Skill’Training in Children with Motor Difficulties
KA Shire, LJB Hill, W Snapp-Childs, GP Bingham, GK Kountouriotis, ...
PloS one 11 (3), e0151354, 2016
62016
Displaying optic flow to simulate locomotion: Comparing heading and steering
GK Kountouriotis, RM Wilkie
i-Perception 4 (5), 333-346, 2013
62013
Performance on the Detection Response Task during driving: Separating the manual and cognitive element of the secondary task
N Merat, G Kountouriotis, O Carsten, J Engstrom
4th International Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference, 2015
52015
Metacognitive judgements of perceptual-motor steering performance
CD Mole, R Jersakova, GK Kountouriotis, CJA Moulin, RM Wilkie
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (10), 2223-2234, 2018
42018
Age differences negotiating paths of different widths at different speeds: does old age mean “middle of the road”?
R Wilkie, R Raw, G Kountouriotis, M Mon-Williams
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 916-916, 2011
12011
D3. 3 Final functional Human Factors recommendations
J Kelsch, M Dziennus, A Schieben, N Schömig, W Katharina, N Merat, ...
Leeds, 2017
2017
Optic flow speed modulates guidance level control: new insights into two-level steering
J Billington, C Mole, G Kountouriotis, R Wilkie
PERCEPTION 45, 251-251, 2016
2016
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