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Response delays and the timing of discrete motor responses
AM Wing, AB Kristofferson
Perception & Psychophysics 14 (1), 5-12, 1973
10441973
The role of internal models in motion planning and control: evidence from grip force adjustments during movements of hand-held loads
JR Flanagan, AM Wing
Journal of Neuroscience 17 (4), 1519-1528, 1997
8311997
The timing of interresponse intervals
AM Wing, AB Kristofferson
Perception & Psychophysics 13 (3), 455-460, 1973
5171973
Age differences in postural stability are increased by additional cognitive demands
EA Maylor, AM Wing
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 1996
4801996
Grasp size and accuracy of approach in reaching
AM Wing, A Turton, C Fraser
Journal of motor behavior 18 (3), 245-260, 1986
4771986
Modulation of grip force with load force during point-to-point arm movements
JR Flanagan, AM Wing
Experimental brain research 95 (1), 131-143, 1993
4671993
Modeling variability and dependence in timing
D Vorberg, A Wing
Handbook of perception and action 2, 181-262, 1996
4191996
The stability of precision grip forces during cyclic arm movements with a hand-held load
JR Flanagan, AM Wing
Experimental brain research 105 (3), 455-464, 1990
3411990
Spelling errors in handwriting: A corpus and distributional analysis
AM Wing
Cognitive processes in spelling, 1980
2921980
Effects of spatial and nonspatial cognitive activity on postural stability
EA Maylor, S Allison, AM Wing
British journal of psychology 92 (2), 319-338, 2001
2612001
Brain activity correlates differentially with increasing temporal complexity of rhythms during initialisation, synchronisation, and continuation phases of paced finger tapping
PA Lewis, AM Wing, PA Pope, P Praamstra, RC Miall
Neuropsychologia 42 (10), 1301-1312, 2004
2602004
The dynamics of standing balance
R Balasubramaniam, AM Wing
Trends in cognitive sciences 6 (12), 531-536, 2002
2552002
Coupling of grip force and load force during arm movements with grasped objects
JR Flanagan, J Tresilian, AM Wing
Neuroscience letters 152 (1-2), 53-56, 1993
2501993
28 The Long and Short of Timing in Response Sequences
AM Wing
Advances in Psychology 1, 469-486, 1980
2251980
The cutaneous contribution to adaptive precision grip
AG Witney, A Wing, JL Thonnard, AM Smith
Trends in neurosciences 27 (10), 637-643, 2004
2082004
The contribution of the thumb to reaching movements
AM Wing, C Fraser
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 35 (2), 297-309, 1983
2051983
Active touch sensing
TJ Prescott, ME Diamond, AM Wing
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
2042011
Light touch contribution to balance in normal bipedal stance
S Clapp, AM Wing
Experimental brain research 125 (4), 521-524, 1999
1961999
Relation between velocity and curvature in movement: equivalence and divergence between a power law and a minimum-jerk model.
J Wann, I Nimmo-Smith, AM Wing
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 14 (4), 622, 1988
1871988
Voluntary timing and brain function: an information processing approach
AM Wing
Brain and cognition 48 (1), 7-30, 2002
1752002
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