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Watson, G, Brault, S, Kulpa, R, Bideau, B, Butterfield, J & Craig C. (2010) Judging the ‘Passability’ of Dynamic Gaps in a Virtual Rugby Environment. Human Movement Science.  

Craig CM, Goulon C, Berton E, Rao G, Fernandez L, & Bootsma RJ. (2009). Optic variables used to judge future ball arrival position in expert and novice soccer players. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 71(3), 515-522

Coull JT, Vidal F, Goulon C, Nazarian B & Craig C (2008). Using Time-To-Contact information to assess potential collision modulates both visual and temporal prediction networks. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 2:10.    

Bastin, J, Jacobs, D, Antoine, M, Craig C & Montagne G. (2008) Testing the role of expansion in the prospective control of locomotion. Experimental Brain Research, 191, 301-12.

Gueguen, N., Coyle, T., Craig, CM., Bootsma, RJ., and Mouchnino, L (2004) ‘Is perception of upper body orientation based on the inertia tensor? Normogravity vs. Microgravity conditions’. Experimental Brain Research, 156, 471-477. 

Bootsma, RJ & Craig, CM (2003) Observer sensitivity to tau-dot in detecting up-coming collisions. Perception, 32, 525-544.

Bootsma, RJ & Craig, CM (2002) Global and local contributions to the optical specification of time to contact : Observer sensitivity to composite tau. Perception, 31, 901-924.

Craig, CM. & Bourdin, C. (2002). Revisited : The inertial tensor as a proprioceptive invariant. Neuroscience Letters, 317, 106-110.

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Cathy Craig
School of Psychology
Queen's University Belfast
18-30 Malone Road

Tel: +44 (0) 2890 97 5482

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