Publications: Andrew D Wilson

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Cross, L., Atherton, G., Wilson, A. D., & Golonka, S. (2017). Imagined Steps: Mental Simulation of Coordinated Rhythmic Movements Effects on Pro-Sociality. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1798. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01798 Download (Open Access)

Cross, L., Wilson, A.D., & Golonka, S. (2016). How Moving Together Brings Us Together: When Coordinated Rhythmic Movement Affects Cooperation. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1983. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01983. Download (Open Access)

Wilson, A. D., Zhu, Q., Barham, L., Stanistreet, I., & Bingham, G. P. (2016). A dynamical analysis of the suitability of prehistoric spheroids from the Cave of Hearths as thrown projectiles. Scientific Reports, 6, 30614; doi: 10.1038/srep30614. Download (Open Access)

Wilson, A. D., Weightman, A., Bingham, G. P., & Zhu, Q. (2016). Using task dynamics to quantify the affordances of throwing for long distance and accuracy. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 42(7), 965-981.  Download, Supplemental Material

Wilson, A. D. & Golonka, S. (2015). Connecting the conceptual dots in embodied cognition: A comment on Dijkstra et al, “How body balance influences political party evaluations: A Wii balance board study”. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:853. Download (Open Access)

Snapp-Childs, W., Wilson, A. D. & Bingham, G. P. (2015). Transfer of learning between unimanual and bimanual rhythmic movement coordination: Transfer is a function of the task dynamic. Experimental Brain Research 233(7), 2225-38. Download

Ren, J., Huang, S., Zhang, J., Zhu, Q., Wilson, A. D., Snapp-Childs, W. & Bingham, G. P. (2015). The 50s Cliff: A Decline in perceptuo-motor learning, not a deficit in visual motion perception. PLoS ONE 10(4): e0121708. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0121708. Download (Open Access)

Wilson, A. D. (2014). Action scaling of distance perception is task specific and does not predict ‘the embodiment of culture’: A comment on Soliman, Gibson & Glenberg (2013). Frontiers in Psychology 5, 302. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00302. Download (Open Access)

Garza-Villarreal, E. A., Wilson, A. D., Vase, L., Brattico, E., Barrios, F. A., Jensen, T. S., Romero-Romo, J. I., & Vuust, P. (2014). Music reduces pain and increases functional mobility in fibromyalgia. Frontiers in Psychology 5, DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00090. Download (Open Access)

Charles, E. P., Wilson, A. D., & Golonka, S. (2014). The most important thing neuropragmatism can do: Providing an alternative to ‘cognitive’ neuroscience. In Pragmatist Neurophilosophy: American Philosophy and the Brain, (eds. Shook, J., & Solymosi, T). Bloomsbury Academic. Download

Coates, R. O., Wilson, A. D., Snapp-Childs, W., Fath, A. J., & Bingham, G. P. (2014). The 50s cliff: Perceptuo-motor learning rates across the lifespan. PLOSOne, 9(1), e85758. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0085758. Download (Open Access)

Wilson, A. D., & Golonka, S. (2013). Embodied Cognition is Not What you Think It Is. Frontiers in Psychology, 4 Download (Open Access)

Golonka, S., & Wilson, A. D. (2012). Gibson’s ecological approach – a model for the benefits of a theory driven psychology. Avant, 3(2), 40-53. Download (Open Access)

Coats, R. O., Snapp-Childs, W., Wilson, A. D., & Bingham, G. P. (2012). Perceptuo-motor learning rate declines by half from 20s to 70/80s. Experimental Brain Research, 225(1), 75-84. Download

Wilson, A. D. (2012) The state-of-the-art is healthy; time to take the next step (Invited Comment on ‘Developmental delay of finger torque control in children with DCD’). Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 54(10), 875-876. Download

Snapp-Childs, W., Wilson, A. D., & Bingham, G. P. (2011). The stability of rhythmic movement coordination depends on relative speed: The Bingham model supported. Experimental Brain Research, 215, 89-100. Download

Wilson, A. D., Tresilian, J. R., & Schlaghecken, F. (2011). The Masked Priming Toolbox: An open source Matlab toolbox for masked priming researchers. Behavior Research Methods 43, 210-214. Download (This toolbox is available for download here)

Wilson, A. D., Snapp-Childs, W., & Bingham, G. P. (2010). Perceptual learning immediately yields new stable motor coordination. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 36(6), 1508-1514. Download

Wilson, A. D., Snapp-Childs, W., Coates, R., & Bingham, G. P. (2010). Learning a coordinated rhythmic movement with task-appropriate coordination feedback. Experimental Brain Research, 205(4), 513-520. Download

Wilson, A. D., Tresilian, J. R., & Schlaghecken, F. (2010). Continuous priming effects on discrete response choices. Brain & Cognition, 74(2), 152-159. Download

Elders, V., Sheehan, S., Wilson, A. D., Levesley, M., Bhakta, B. & Mon-Williams, M. (2010). Head-torso-hand coordination in children with and without coordination difficulties. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 52(3), 238-243. Download

van Swieten, L. M., van Bergen, E., Williams, J.G.H., Wilson, A. D., Plumb, M.S., Kent, S. W., & Mon-Williams, M. (2010). A test of motor (not executive) planning in developmental coordination disorder and autism. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 36(2), 493-499. Download

Todd, J., Mills, C., Wilson, A. D., Plumb, M. S., & Mon-Williams, M. (2009). Slow motor responses to visual stimuli of low salience in autism. Journal of Motor Behavior, 41(5), 419-426. Download

Kent, S. W., Wilson, A. D., Plumb, M. S., Williams, J. H. G., & Mon-Williams, M. (2009). Immediate movement history influences reach-to-grasp action selection in children and adults. Journal of Motor Behavior, 41(1), 10-15. Download

Wilson, A. D., & Bingham, G. P. (2008). Identifying the information for the visual perception of relative phase. Perception & Psychophysics, 70(3), 465-476. Download

Plumb, M. S., Wilson, A.D., Mulroue, A., Brockman, A., Williams, J. H.G., & Mon-Williams, M. (2008). Online corrections in children with and without DCD. Human Movement Science, 27(5), 695-704. Download

Petitt, L., Charles, J., Wilson, A. D., Plumb, M. S., Brockman, A., Williams, J. H. G., & Mon-Williams, M. (2008). Constrained action selection in children with developmental coordination disorder. Human Movement Science, 27(2), 286-295. Download

Platow, M. J., Grace, D. M., Wilson, N., Burton, D., & Wilson, A. (2008). Psychological group memberships as outcomes of resource distributions. European Journal of Social Psychology, 38(5), 836-851. Download

Munro, H., Plumb, M. S., Wilson, A. D., Williams, J. H. G., & Mon-Williams, M. (2007). The effect of distance on reaction time in aiming movements. Experimental Brain Research, 183(2), 249:257. Download

Jansson, E., Wilson, A.D., Williams, J. H. G., & Mon-Williams (2007). Methodological problems undermine tests of the ideo-motor conjecture. Experimental Brain Research, 182(4), 549-558. Download

Aiken, M. D., Wilson, A. D., Williams, J. H. G., & Mon-Williams, M. (2007). Methodological issues in measures of imitative reaction times. Brain & Cognition, 63, 304-308. Download

Mon-Williams, M., Williams, J. H. G., Wilson, A. D., & Plumb, M. S. (2006). Apparatus and Method for the Assessment of Neurodevelopmental Disorders. UK Patent.

Wilson, A. D., Collins, D. R., & Bingham, G. P. (2005a) Perceptual coupling in rhythmic movement coordination – Stable perception leads to stable action. Experimental Brain Research, 164, 517-528. Download

Wilson, A. D., Collins, D. R., & Bingham, G. P. (2005b) Human movement coordination implicates relative direction as the information for relative phase. Experimental Brain Research, 165, 351-361. Download

Wilson, A. D., Bingham, G. P., & Craig, J. C. (2003). Proprioceptive perception of phase variability. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 29(6), 1179-1190. Download

Wilson, A. D. (2003). Review of Levels of Perception. Perception, 32(8), 1025-1026. Download

Wilson, A. D., & Bingham, G. P. (2001). Dynamics, not kinematics, is an adequate basis for perception – Commentary on Shepard (2001). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24(4), 709-710. Download  Discussion Page

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