Vision and Motor Control - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444888167, 9780080867397

Vision and Motor Control, Volume 85

1st Edition

Editors: L. Proteau D. Elliott
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444888167
eBook ISBN: 9780080867397
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 20th February 1992
Page Count: 475
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Table of Contents

Part One: Manual Aiming. 1. Visual processing time and the control of movement (L.G. Carlton). 2. Intermittent versus continuous control of manual aiming movements (D. Elliott). 3. Visual feedback processing and manual asymmetries: An evolving perspective (R.G. Carson). 4. On the specificity of learning and the role of visual information for movement control (L. Proteau). 5. Adaptive eye-hand coordination: Implications of prism adaptation for perceptual-motor organization (G.M. Redding, B. Wallace). 6. Coordination of eye and hand for aimed limb movements (R.A. Abrams). 7. Visual-motor control in altered gravity (M.M. Cohen, R.B. Welch). Part Two: Prehension and gesturing. 8. Eye, head and hand coordination during manual aiming (H. Carnahan). 9. Functional characteristics of prehension: From data to artificial neural networks (M. Jeannerod, R.G. Marteniuk). 10. The contributions of peripheral vision and central vision to prehension (B. Sivak, C.L. MacKenzie). 11. Limb apraxia: A process approach (E.A. Roy, C. Hall). Part Three: Spatial-Temporal Anticipation. 12. Predictive visual information sources for the regulation of action with special emphasis on catching and hitting (R.J. Bootsma, C.E. Peper). 13. Coincidence-anticipation timing: The perceptual-motor interface (M. Fleury et al.). 14. Time to contact as a determiner of action: Vision and motor control (D. Goodman, D.G. Liebermann). Part Four: Posture and Locomotion. 15. The effect of eye closure on postural sway: Converging evidence from children and a Parkinson patient (J. Starkes, C. Riach, B. Clarke). 16. The role of vision in the planning and guidance of locomotion through the environment (J. Corlett).

  1. Locomotor automatism and visual feedback (J. Pailhous, M. Bonnard). 18. Visual perception of self-motion (D.R. Mestre). 19. The visual control of movement (D.J. Weeks, R.W. Proctor). Subject Index.

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Part One: Manual Aiming. 1. Visual processing time and the control of movement (L.G. Carlton). 2. Intermittent versus continuous control of manual aiming movements (D. Elliott). 3. Visual feedback processing and manual asymmetries: An evolving perspective (R.G. Carson). 4. On the specificity of learning and the role of visual information for movement control (L. Proteau). 5. Adaptive eye-hand coordination: Implications of prism adaptation for perceptual-motor organization (G.M. Redding, B. Wallace). 6. Coordination of eye and hand for aimed limb movements (R.A. Abrams). 7. Visual-motor control in altered gravity (M.M. Cohen, R.B. Welch). Part Two: Prehension and gesturing. 8. Eye, head and hand coordination during manual aiming (H. Carnahan). 9. Functional characteristics of prehension: From data to artificial neural networks (M. Jeannerod, R.G. Marteniuk). 10. The contributions of peripheral vision and central vision to prehension (B. Sivak, C.L. MacKenzie). 11. Limb apraxia: A process approach (E.A. Roy, C. Hall). Part Three: Spatial-Temporal Anticipation. 12. Predictive visual information sources for the regulation of action with special emphasis on catching and hitting (R.J. Bootsma, C.E. Peper). 13. Coincidence-anticipation timing: The perceptual-motor interface (M. Fleury et al.). 14. Time to contact as a determiner of action: Vision and motor control (D. Goodman, D.G. Liebermann). Part Four: Posture and Locomotion. 15. The effect of eye closure on postural sway: Converging evidence from children and a Parkinson patient (J. Starkes, C. Riach, B. Clarke). 16. The role of vision in the planning and guidance of locomotion through the environment (J. Corlett).

  1. Locomotor automatism and visual feedback (J. Pailhous, M. Bonnard). 18. Visual perception of self-motion (D.R. Mestre). 19. The visual control of movement (D.J. Weeks, R.W. Proctor). Subject Index.

Details

No. of pages:
475
Language:
English
Copyright:
© North Holland 1992
Published:
Imprint:
North Holland
eBook ISBN:
9780080867397
Hardcover ISBN:
9780444888167

About the Editors

L. Proteau Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Physical Education, University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada

D. Elliott Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Motor Behaviour Laboratory, Department of Physical Education, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada