Full bibliographic details and PDFs can be found at the Lincoln Repository.

Conference abstracts

Mather, G., Sharman, R.J. (2014) The effect of implied motion on the motion after-effect. Perception (1 suppl), 43, 65.

Mather, G., Sharman, R.J. (2015) Changes in the apparent speed of human locomotion: Norm-based coding of speed. Perception (1 suppl), 44, 231.

Sharman, R.J., Mather, G. (2015) Is adaptation to human motion necessary to change the apparent speed of locomotion? Perception (1 suppl), 44, 235.

Mather, G., Battaglini, L., Campana, G. (2015) TMS reveals dual processing routes for biological motion processing. Perception, 45 (6), 689.

Mather, G., Sharman, R.J. (2016). Adaptation to human locomotion speed. Journal of Vision, 16(12), 397.

Mather, G., Sharman, R.J., Parsons, T. (2016) Evidence for norm-based coding of human movement speed. Perception (1 suppl), 45, 369.

Journal articles

Mather, G., Sharman, R.J. (2015) Decision-level adaptation in motion perception. Royal Society Open Science. 2 (12), 150418.

Mather, G., Battaglini, L., Campana, G. (2016) TMS reveals flexible use of form and motion cues in biological motion perception. Neuropsychologia, 83, 193-197.

Mather, G., Sharman, R.J., Parsons, T. (under review) Visual adaptation alters the apparent speed of real-world actions.

Mather, G., Parsons, T. (in prep.) Adaptation to locomotion speed using point-light walkers.

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