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Timing Movements

Rodger, M & Craig, CM. (2011) Timing movements to interval durations specified by discrete or continuous sounds. Experimental Brain Research, 214:393–402.      

Krampe R.T., Doumas M., Lavrysen A., & Rapp M.A. (2010). The Costs of Taking it Slowly: Fast and Slow Movement Timing in Older Age. Psychology and Aging, 25, 980-990.  

Wing A.M., Doumas M., & Welchman A.E. (2010). Combining multisensory temporal information for movement synchronisation. Experimental Brain Research, 200, 277-282.

Terry, P., Doumas, M., Desai, R.I., & Wing, A.M. (2009). Dissociations between motor timing, motor coordination, and time perception after the administration of alcohol or caffeine. Psychopharmacology, 202, 719-729.   

Doumas, M., Wing, A.M., & Wood, K. (2008). Interval timing and trajectory in unequal amplitude movements. Experimental Brain Research, 189, 49-60.  

Doumas, M., & Wing, A.M. (2007). Timing and trajectory in rhythm production. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 33, 442-455.  

Bastin, J, Craig, CM & Montagne G. (2006) Prospective strategies underlie the control of interceptive actions. Human Movement Science, 25, 718-732.

Doumas, M., Praamstra, P., & Wing, A.M. (2005). Low frequency rTMS effects on sensorimotor synchronization. Experimental Brain Research, 167, 238-245.  

Craig, CM, Pepping GJ & Grealy, MA. (2005) Intercepting beats in pre-designated target zones. Experimental Brain Research, 165, 490-504.  

Grealy, MA, Craig, CM, Bourdin, C & Coleman, SG. (2004) Judging time intervals using a model of perceptuo-motor control. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16, 1185-1195.

Lee, DN, Georgopoulos, A, Clarke, MJO, Craig, CM & Port, NL (2001). Guiding contact by coupling the taus of gaps. Experimental Brain Research, 139, 151-159.

Craig, CM, Delay, D, Grealy, MA, & Lee, DN (2000) Precision golf putting: Guiding the swing. Nature 405, 295-296.

Craig, CM, Grealy, MA, & Lee, DN (2000). Detecting motor abnormalities in preterm infants. Experimental Brain Research, 131, 359-365.

Craig, CM, & Lee, DN (1999). Neonatal control of sucking pressures. Evidence for an intrinsic (tau)-guide. Experimental Brain Research, 124, 371-382.

Craig, CM, Lee, DN, Freer, NY, & Laing, IA (1999). Modulations in breathing patterns during intermittent feeding in term infants and infants with Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 41, 616-624.

Grealy, MA, Craig, CM, & Lee, DN (1999). Evidence for on-line visual guidance during saccadic gaze shifts. Proceedings of the Royal Society (B).

Lee, DN, Craig, CM, & Grealy, MA (1999) Tau-coupling in the proprioceptive coordination of movement. Proceedings of the Royal Society (B), 266, (1432) 2029-2035

 

 

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Cathy Craig
School of Psychology
Queen's University Belfast
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