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Brendan Cameron
Brendan Cameron
Research Associate, University of British Columbia
Verified email at mail.ubc.ca
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The role of differential delays in integrating transient visual and proprioceptive information
BD Cameron, C de la Malla, J López-Moliner
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 50, 2014
342014
Enhanced orienting effects: Evidence for an interaction principle
B Olk, B Cameron, A Kingstone
Visual Cognition 16 (7), 979-1000, 2008
302008
The adaptability of self-action perception and movement control when the limb is passively versus actively moved
BD Cameron, IM Franks, JT Inglis, R Chua
Consciousness and Cognition 21 (1), 4-17, 2012
252012
Dual-target interference for the ‘automatic pilot’in the dorsal stream
BD Cameron, IM Franks, JT Enns, R Chua
Experimental brain research 181 (2), 297-305, 2007
222007
The hand’s automatic pilot can update visual information while the eye is in motion
BD Cameron, JT Enns, IM Franks, R Chua
Experimental Brain Research 195 (3), 445-454, 2009
212009
Cognitive constraint on the ‘automatic pilot’for the hand: movement intention influences the hand’s susceptibility to involuntary online corrections
BD Cameron, EK Cressman, IM Franks, R Chua
Consciousness and cognition 18 (3), 646-652, 2009
202009
Comparing movement preparation of unimanual, bimanual symmetric, and bimanual asymmetric movements
J Blinch, BD Cameron, EK Cressman, IM Franks, MG Carpenter, R Chua
Experimental brain research 232 (3), 947-955, 2014
182014
Movement duration does not affect automatic online control
EK Cressman, BD Cameron, MY Lam, IM Franks, R Chua
Human movement science 29 (6), 871-881, 2010
162010
Reach adaptation to explicit vs. implicit target error
BD Cameron, IM Franks, JT Inglis, R Chua
Experimental Brain Research 203 (2), 367-380, 2010
162010
Implicit motor learning from target error during explicit reach control
BD Cameron, IM Franks, JT Inglis, R Chua
Experimental brain research 206 (1), 99-104, 2010
142010
Target modality affects visually guided online control of reaching
BD Cameron, J López-Moliner
Vision Research 110, 233-243, 2015
122015
Do preparation or control processes result in the modulation to Fitts’ law for movements to targets with placeholders?
J Blinch, BD Cameron, NJ Hodges, R Chua
Experimental brain research 223 (4), 505-515, 2012
122012
Why do movements drift in the dark? Passive versus active mechanisms of error accumulation
BD Cameron, C de la Malla, J López-Moliner
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (1), 390-399, 2015
102015
Facilitation and interference during the preparation of bimanual movements: contributions from starting locations, movement amplitudes, and target locations
J Blinch, BD Cameron, IM Franks, MG Carpenter, R Chua
Psychological Research 79 (6), 978-988, 2015
82015
Explicit knowledge and real-time action control: anticipating a change does not make us respond more quickly
BD Cameron, DT Cheng, R Chua, P van Donkelaar, G Binsted
Experimental brain research 229 (3), 359-372, 2013
72013
Reach adaptation to online target error
BD Cameron, IM Franks, JT Inglis, R Chua
Experimental brain research 209 (2), 171-180, 2011
72011
Bimanual reaches with symbolic cues exhibit errors in target selection
J Blinch, BD Cameron, IM Franks, R Chua
Experimental brain research 212 (4), 541-554, 2011
62011
Volitional initiation and fast visuomotor networks: Why movements are slow to start and quick to correct
R Chua, BD Cameron, J Blinch
Motor control 20 (2), 154-161, 2015
22015
Adapting to target error without visual feedback
BD Cameron, J Blinch, A Plecash, J Squair, L Wou, R Chua
Acta psychologica 143 (1), 129-135, 2013
12013
Investigating information processing of the bimanual asymmetric cost with the response priming technique.
J Blinch, J Holmes, BD Cameron, R Chua
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2021
2021
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