CIA Lab Meeting 4/12/17 – Huys et al (2005), eye movements in coordinated rhythmic movement

Huys, R., Williams, A. M., & Beek, P. J. (2005). Visual perception and gaze control in judging versus producing phase relations. Human movement science24(3), 403-428.


CIA Lab Meeting 9/10/17 – Ramanarayanan et al (2016), A New Model of Speech Motor Control Based on Task Dynamics and State Feedback

Ramanarayanan, V., Parrell, B., Goldstein, L., Nagarajan, S., & Houde, J. (2016). A New Model of Speech Motor Control Based on Task Dynamics and State Feedback. In INTERSPEECH (pp. 3564-3568).

CIA Lab Meeting 12/6/17: Draft of Andrew’s commentary on interface theory

We will be reading my draft commentary on interface theory from the perspective of ecological psychology. I’m looking for feedback on things to cut, things to clarify, and whether the basic structure works!

Some context

Interface theory paper

Me on the blog developing the ideas in the paper


CIA Lab Meeting, 5/6/17; The case for and against muscle synergies

Tresch, M. C., & Jarc, A. (2009). The case for and against muscle synergies. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 19, 1-7.


Lab Meeting 15/5/17; Keijzer & Arnellos, ‘The animal sensorimotor organization’

Keijzer, F., & Arnellos, A. (2017). The animal sensorimotor organization: a challenge for the environmental complexity thesis. Biology & Philosophy, 1-21.


Lab Meeting 13/2 – De Waal & Ferrari, 2010, ‘Towards a bottom-up perspective on animal and human cognition’

De Waal, F. B., & Ferrari, P. F. (2010). Towards a bottom-up perspective on animal and human cognition. Trends in cognitive sciences, 14(5), 201-207.


Lab Meeting, 30/1/16; Firestone and Scholl BBS paper

Our first paper is this recent BBS paper from Firestone & Scholl;

Firestone, C., & Scholl, B. J. (2015). Cognition does not affect perception: Evaluating the evidence for “top-down” effects. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 20, 1-77.