Handbook of Perception and Action: Motor Skills (Handbook of Perception & Action)
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Nia Amazeen. Eric Amazeen's research focuses on the role of bodily movements in perception and cognition to better understand how we use movement to perceive and how cognition is influenced by the dynamics of those movements. The study of weight perception has been a particularly fruitful area of study because perceiving heaviness always begins with lifting.
His research has shown that perception is tied to the dynamics of lifting and the measured activity of the muscles. The foundational role of movement dynamics is evident throughout his research on motor control and coordination in both one- and two-person movements. Curriculum vitae. Polemnia Nia G.
Perceptual and Motor Development Domain
Amazeen's research is directed at the understanding of behavior as a complex system in which the whole is not equal to the sum of the parts. She uses mathematical models to look for behavior patterns and general principles of coordination in teamwork, motor skills, and other perception-action-cognition phenomena. Ely best article award.
Experimental Brain Research, , Amazeen, E. Box shape influences the size-weight illusion during individual and team lifting. Human Factors, 56, Acta Psychologica, , Hessler, E. Learning and transfer in motor-respiratory coordination.
Human Movement Science, 33, Neural signatures of team coordination are revealed by multifractal analysis. Social Neuroscience, 9, Congruency effects in interpersonal coordination.
SAGE Reference - On the Development of Perception and Action
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Please log in from an authenticated institution or log into your member profile to access the email feature. The basic thesis of this chapter is that perception and action are the complements of each other. No action could exist without perception and perception relies ultimately on action.
Together they form functional systems around which adaptive behavior develops.
These systems are associated with strong motives that drive development. According to this view, the starting point of development is not a set of reflexes triggered by external stimuli, but a set of action systems that are activated by the infant.
To begin with they may be very primitive, but as long as there is a loop connecting the sensory side and the motor side, a window CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. Remember me?
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