Rob Whitwell
Rob Whitwell
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Practice makes perfect, but only with the right hand: Sensitivity to perceptual illusions with awkward grasps decreases with practice in the right but not the left hand
CLR Gonzalez, T Ganel, RL Whitwell, B Morrissey, MA Goodale
Neuropsychologia 46 (2), 624-631, 2008
Left handedness does not extend to visually guided precision grasping
CLR Gonzalez, RL Whitwell, B Morrissey, T Ganel, MA Goodale
Experimental Brain Research 182 (2), 275-279, 2007
The two visual systems hypothesis: new challenges and insights from visual form agnosic patient DF
RL Whitwell, AD Milner, MA Goodale
Frontiers in neurology 5, 255, 2014
Predictive joint-action model: A hierarchical predictive approach to human cooperation
A Pesquita, RL Whitwell, JT Enns
Psychonomic bulletin & review 25 (5), 1751-1769, 2018
Grasping future events: explicit knowledge of the availability of visual feedback fails to reliably influence prehension
RL Whitwell, LM Lambert, MA Goodale
Experimental Brain Research 188 (4), 603-611, 2008
The two-visual-systems hypothesis and the perspectival features of visual experience
RT Foley, RL Whitwell, MA Goodale
Consciousness and Cognition 35, 225-233, 2015
Grasping the non-conscious: Preserved grip scaling to unseen objects for immediate but not delayed grasping following a unilateral lesion to primary visual cortex
RL Whitwell, CL Striemer, DA Nicolle, MA Goodale
Vision research 51 (8), 908-924, 2011
The lateral‐occipital and the inferior‐frontal cortex play different roles during the naming of visually presented objects
PA Chouinard, RL Whitwell, MA Goodale
Human brain mapping 30 (12), 3851-3864, 2009
Updating the programming of a precision grip is a function of recent history of available feedback
RL Whitwell, MA Goodale
Experimental brain research 194 (4), 619-629, 2009
Real-time vision, tactile cues, and visual form agnosia: removing haptic feedback from a “natural” grasping task induces pantomime-like grasps
RL Whitwell, T Ganel, CM Byrne, MA Goodale
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 216, 2015
DF's visual brain in action: the role of tactile cues
RL Whitwell, AD Milner, C Cavina-Pratesi, CM Byrne, MA Goodale
Neuropsychologia 55, 41-50, 2014
Rapid decrement in the effects of the Ponzo display dissociates action and perception
RL Whitwell, G Buckingham, JT Enns, PA Chouinard, MA Goodale
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (4), 1157-1163, 2016
The Sander parallelogram illusion dissociates action and perception despite control for the litany of past confounds
RL Whitwell, MA Goodale, KE Merritt, JT Enns
Cortex 98, 163-176, 2018
Patient DF’s Visual Brain in Action: Visual feedforward control in visual form agnosia
RL Whitwell, AD Milner, C Cavina-Pratesi, M Barat, MA Goodale
Vision Research 110, 265-276, 2015
Re-framing the Action and Perception Dissociation in DF: Haptics matter, but how?
RL Whitwell, G Buckingham
Journal of Neurophysiology 109 (3), 621-624, 2013
Affective blindsight in the absence of input from face processing regions in occipital-temporal cortex
CL Striemer, RL Whitwell, MA Goodale
Neuropsychologia 128, 50-57, 2019
Real and illusory issues in the illusion debate (Why two things are sometimes better than one): Commentary on Kopiske et al.(2016)
RL Whitwell, MA Goodale
Cortex 88, 205-209, 2016
The influence of visual feedback from the recent past on the programming of grip aperture is grasp-specific, shared between hands, and mediated by sensorimotor memory not task set
R Tang, RL Whitwell, MA Goodale
Cognition 138, 49-63, 2015
Explicit knowledge about the availability of visual feedback affects grasping with the left but not the right hand
R Tang, RL Whitwell, MA Goodale
Experimental Brain Research 232 (1), 293-302, 2014
Biomechanical constraints do not influence pantomime-grasping adherence to Weber’s law: A reply to Utz et al.(2015)
J Manzone, SD Jazi, RL Whitwell, M Heath
Vision Research 130, 31-35, 2017
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