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No evidence for top-down expertise effects on action perception in sprinters using static images. (2024)
Journal Article
HARRISON, R.E., GIESEL, M. and HESSE, C. 2024. No evidence for top-down expertise effects on action perception in sprinters using static images. Neuropsychologia [online], 202, article number 108945. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2024.108945

Athletes have been found to demonstrate a superior ability to detect subtle variations in dynamic displays (e.g., point-light displays and videos) depicting expert actions compared to non-athletes. The current study aimed to determine whether this ad... Read More about No evidence for top-down expertise effects on action perception in sprinters using static images..

Action perception in athletes: expertise facilitates perceptual discrimination. (2023)
Journal Article
HARRISON, R.E., GIESEL, M. and HESSE, C. 2023. Action perception in athletes: expertise facilitates perceptual discrimination. Perceptual and motor skills [online], 130(4), pages 1472-1494. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/00315125231182046

Prior research has demonstrated that athletes outperform non-athletes on action perception tasks involving anticipation of sport-related actions. We conducted two experiments to determine whether this advantage persists on tasks without anticipation... Read More about Action perception in athletes: expertise facilitates perceptual discrimination..

Investigating coaches' recognition of symptoms of eating disorders in track athletes. (2022)
Journal Article
MACPHERSON, M.C., HARRISON, R., MARIE, D. and MILES, L.K. 2022. Investigating coaches' recognition of symptoms of eating disorders in track athletes. BMJ open sport and exercise medicine [online], 8(3), article number e001333. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjsem-2022-001333

To determine the extent to which athletics coaches can identify evidence of an eating disorder in track athletes and what treatment advice they would provide. Vignettes depicting athletes portraying symptoms consistent with anorexia nervosa (AN) and... Read More about Investigating coaches' recognition of symptoms of eating disorders in track athletes..

Bimanual grasping adheres to Weber's law. [Dataset] (2021)
Dataset
HESSE, C., HARRISON, R.E., GIESEL, M. and SCHENK, T. 2021. Bimanual grasping adheres to Weber's law. [Dataset]. Hosted on Zenodo [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5115810

The perception–action model (PAM; Milner and Goodale (1995, 2006)) suggests two uses for vision that are independent and governed by anatomically and functionally distinct visual streams in the extrastriate cortex. The ventral stream is assumed to pr... Read More about Bimanual grasping adheres to Weber's law. [Dataset].

Bimanual grasping adheres to Weber's law. (2021)
Journal Article
HESSE, C., HARRISON, R.E., GIESEL, M. and SCHENK, T. 2021. Bimanual grasping adheres to Weber's law. i-Perception [online], 12(6), pages 1-16. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/20416695211054534

Weber's law states that our ability to detect changes in stimulus attributes decreases linearly with their magnitude. This principle holds true for many attributes across sensory modalities but appears to be violated in grasping. One explanation for... Read More about Bimanual grasping adheres to Weber's law..