Timothy N. Welsh
Timothy N. Welsh
Professor, Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education, University of Toronto
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Movement trajectories in the presence of a distracting stimulus: Evidence for a response activation model of selective reaching
TN Welsh, D Elliott
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 57 (6), 1031-1057, 2004
1552004
Hand deviations toward distractors Evidence for response competition
TN Welsh, D Elliott, DJ Weeks
Experimental Brain Research 127 (2), 207-212, 1999
1061999
Does Joe influence Fred's action?: Inhibition of return across different nervous systems
TN Welsh, D Elliott, JG Anson, V Dhillon, DJ Weeks, JL Lyons, R Chua
Neuroscience Letters 385 (2), 99-104, 2005
1032005
Seeing vs. believing: Is believing sufficient to activate the processes of response co-representation?
TN Welsh, L Higgins, M Ray, DJ Weeks
Human Movement Science 26 (6), 853-866, 2007
842007
Catching eyes: Effects of social and nonsocial cues on attention capture
A Böckler, RPRD van der Wel, TN Welsh
Psychological science 25 (3), 720-727, 2014
822014
The Müller-Lyer illusion affects the planning and control of manual aiming movements
DV Meegan, CM Glazebrook, VP Dhillon, L Tremblay, TN Welsh, D Elliott
Experimental Brain Research 155 (1), 37-47, 2004
802004
No one knows what attention is
B Hommel, CS Chapman, P Cisek, HF Neyedli, JH Song, TN Welsh
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 81 (7), 2288-2303, 2019
712019
Growing older does not always mean moving slower: examining aging and the saccadic motor system
J Pratt, M Dodd, T Welsh
Journal of motor behavior 38 (5), 373-382, 2006
632006
Are there age-related differences in learning to optimize speed, accuracy, and energy expenditure?
TN Welsh, L Higgins, D Elliott
Human Movement Science 26 (6), 892-912, 2007
612007
Gender differences in a dichotic listening and movement task: lateralization or strategy?
TN Welsh, D Elliott
Neuropsychologia 39 (1), 25-35, 2001
612001
Within-and between-nervous-system inhibition of return: Observation is as good as performance
TN Welsh, J Lyons, DJ Weeks, JG Anson, R Chua, J Mendoza, D Elliott
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 14 (5), 950-956, 2007
592007
The effects of response priming on the planning and execution of goal-directed movements in the presence of a distracting stimulus
TN Welsh, D Elliott
Acta Psychologica 119 (2), 123-142, 2005
552005
The effect of the Müller-Lyer illusion on the planning and control of manual aiming movements.
JE Mendoza, D Elliott, DV Meegan, JL Lyons, TN Welsh
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (2), 413, 2006
542006
When 1+ 1= 1: The unification of independent actors revealed through joint Simon effects in crossed and uncrossed effector conditions
TN Welsh
Human Movement Science 28 (6), 726-737, 2009
492009
Response selection during a joint action task
M Ray, TN Welsh
Journal of Motor Behavior 43 (4), 329-332, 2011
482011
The processing speed of visual and verbal movement information by adults with and without Down syndrome
TN Welsh, D Elliott
Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly 18 (2), 156-167, 2001
432001
Inhibition of return in cue–target and target–target tasks
TN Welsh, J Pratt
Experimental brain research 174 (1), 167-175, 2006
422006
Activity of human motor system during action observation is modulated by object presence
M Villiger, S Chandrasekharan, TN Welsh
Experimental brain research 209 (1), 85-93, 2011
412011
The visual regulation of goal-directed reaching movements in adults with Williams syndrome, Down syndrome, and other developmental delays
D Elliott, TN Welsh, J Lyons, S Hansen, M Wu
Motor control 10 (1), 34-54, 2006
402006
The relationship between attentional capture and deviations in movement trajectories in a selective reaching task
TN Welsh
Acta psychologica 137 (3), 300-308, 2011
392011
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