Alan Wing
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Response delays and the timing of discrete motor responses
AM Wing, AB Kristofferson
Perception & Psychophysics 14 (1), 5-12, 1973
The role of internal models in motion planning and control: evidence from grip force adjustments during movements of hand-held loads
JR Flanagan, AM Wing
Journal of Neuroscience 17 (4), 1519-1528, 1997
The timing of interresponse intervals
AM Wing, AB Kristofferson
Perception & Psychophysics 13 (3), 455-460, 1973
Grasp size and accuracy of approach in reaching
AM Wing, A Turton, C Fraser
Journal of motor behavior 18 (3), 245-260, 1986
Age differences in postural stability are increased by additional cognitive demands
EA Maylor, AM Wing
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 1996
Modulation of grip force with load force during point-to-point arm movements
JR Flanagan, AM Wing
Experimental brain research 95 (1), 131-143, 1993
Modeling variability and dependence in timing
D Vorberg, A Wing
Handbook of perception and action 2, 181-262, 1996
The stability of precision grip forces during cyclic arm movements with a hand-held load
JR Flanagan, AM Wing
Experimental brain research 105 (3), 455-464, 1990
Spelling errors in handwriting: A corpus and distributional analysis
AM Wing
Cognitive processes in spelling, 1980
Brain activity correlates differentially with increasing temporal complexity of rhythms during initialisation, synchronisation, and continuation phases of paced finger tapping
PA Lewis, AM Wing, PA Pope, P Praamstra, RC Miall
Neuropsychologia 42 (10), 1301-1312, 2004
Coupling of grip force and load force during arm movements with grasped objects
JR Flanagan, J Tresilian, AM Wing
Neuroscience letters 152 (1-2), 53-56, 1993
Effects of spatial and nonspatial cognitive activity on postural stability
EA Maylor, S Allison, AM Wing
British journal of psychology 92 (2), 319-338, 2001
The dynamics of standing balance
R Balasubramaniam, AM Wing
Trends in cognitive sciences 6 (12), 531-536, 2002
28 The Long and Short of Timing in Response Sequences
AM Wing
Advances in Psychology 1, 469-486, 1980
The contribution of the thumb to reaching movements
AM Wing, C Fraser
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 35 (2), 297-309, 1983
Hand and brain
AM Wing, P Haggard, JR Flanagan
Academic Press, San Diego 4 (4), 4, 1996
Relation between velocity and curvature in movement: equivalence and divergence between a power law and a minimum-jerk model.
J Wann, I Nimmo-Smith, AM Wing
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 14 (4), 622, 1988
The cutaneous contribution to adaptive precision grip
AG Witney, A Wing, JL Thonnard, AM Smith
Trends in neurosciences 27 (10), 637-643, 2004
Active touch sensing
TJ Prescott, ME Diamond, AM Wing
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
Light touch contribution to balance in normal bipedal stance
S Clapp, AM Wing
Experimental brain research 125 (4), 521-524, 1999
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