His primary areas of investigation include Perception, Cognitive psychology, Body movement, Communication and Computer vision. His Time perception and Visual perception study in the realm of Perception connects with subjects such as Variable. His Cognitive psychology study incorporates themes from Stimulus and Social psychology.
His Communication course of study focuses on Perceptual information and Observer and Monocular. His Computer vision research focuses on subjects like Artificial intelligence, which are linked to Adaptation, Spatial frequency and Set. His studies in Motor control integrate themes in fields like Movement, Trajectory and Motor program.
His main research concerns Motor control, Communication, Cognitive psychology, Perception and Neuroscience. James R. Tresilian combines Motor control and Body movement in his studies. His Communication research includes themes of Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Vergence, Motor learning, Computer vision and Artificial intelligence.
His Physical medicine and rehabilitation research incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Motor skill, Isometric exercise, Contrast and Feed forward. James R. Tresilian interconnects Motion perception, Control and Adaptation in the investigation of issues within Cognitive psychology. His study looks at the relationship between Perception and fields such as Cognition, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His primary areas of study are Neuroscience, Sensory system, Motor control, Stimulus and Motor skill. His Motor control research integrates issues from Motor system, Visual perception and Motor program. James R. Tresilian has included themes like Speech recognition, Central nervous system and Communication in his Motor system study.
He has researched Motor skill in several fields, including Cognition and Cohort study. His research in Cognition intersects with topics in Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Competence. His research integrates issues of Social psychology and Startle response in his study of Reflex.
James R. Tresilian mostly deals with Motor control, Stimulus, Neuroscience, Motor system and Visual perception. His study in Stimulation extends to Motor control with its themes. His Stimulus study combines topics in areas such as Social psychology and Startle response.
His work on Moro reflex, Biological neural network, Muscle activity and Neurophysiology as part of general Neuroscience research is frequently linked to High intensity, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Motor system research incorporates elements of Speech recognition, Central nervous system and Communication. His Visual perception research incorporates themes from Movement, Fitts's law and Psychophysics.
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Perceptual and cognitive processes in time-to-contact estimation: analysis of prediction-motion and relative judgment tasks.
J. R. Tresilian.
Attention Perception & Psychophysics (1995)
Grip-load force coupling: a general control strategy for transporting objects
James Randall Flanagan;James R. Tresilian.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (1994)
Visually timed action: time-out for `tau'?
James R. Tresilian.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (1999)
Empirical and theoretical issues in the perception of time to contact.
James R. Tresilian.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (1991)
Coupling of grip force and load force during arm movements with grasped objects
J.Randall Flanagan;James Tresilian;Alan M. Wing.
Neuroscience Letters (1993)
Four questions of time to contact: a critical examination of research on interceptive timing.
James R Tresilian.
Improving vision: neural compensation for optical defocus
Mark Mon-Williams;Mark Mon-Williams;James R Tresilian;Niall C Strang;Puja Kochhar.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (1998)
Increasing confidence in vergence as a cue to distance
James R. Tresilian;Mark Mon-Williams;Benjamin M. Kelly.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (1999)
Perceptual information for the timing of interceptive action.
James R Tresilian.
Some Recent Studies on the Extraretinal Contribution to Distance Perception
Mark Mon-Williams;James R Tresilian.
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