Tatjana Seizova-Cajic
Tatjana Seizova-Cajic
Senior lecturer, The University of Sydney
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Tactile and kinesthetic perceptual processes within the taxonomy of human cognitive abilities
L Stankov, T Seizova-Cajić, RD Roberts
Intelligence 29 (1), 1-29, 2001
Proprioceptive movement illusions due to prolonged stimulation: reversals and aftereffects
T Seizova-Cajic, JL Smith, JL Taylor, SC Gandevia
PloS one 2 (10), e1037, 2007
Muscle vibration-induced illusions: review of contributing factors, taxonomy of illusions and user’s guide
MW Taylor, JL Taylor, T Seizova-Cajic
Multisensory Research 30 (1), 25-63, 2017
Illusory motion reversals from unambiguous motion with visual, proprioceptive, and tactile stimuli
AO Holcombe, T Seizova-Cajic
Vision research 48 (17), 1743-1757, 2008
Biases in judgments of separation and orientation of elements belonging to different clusters
T Seizova-Cajic, B Gillam
Vision research 46 (16), 2525-2534, 2006
Conflict with vision diminishes proprioceptive adaptation to muscle vibration
T Seizova-Cajic, R Azzi
Experimental brain research 211, 169-175, 2011
Neck muscle vibration in full cues affects pointing
S McIntyre, T Seizova-Cajic
Journal of vision 7 (5), 9-9, 2007
Somatosensory Space Abridged: Rapid Change in Tactile Localization Using a Motion Stimulus
T Seizova-Cajic, JL Taylor
PLoS One 9 (3), e90892, 2014
Tactile motion adaptation reduces perceived speed but shows no evidence of direction sensitivity
S McIntyre, AO Holcombe, I Birznieks, T Seizova-Cajic
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e45438, 2012
Adaptation of a bimodal integration stage: visual input needed during neck muscle vibration to elicit a motion aftereffect
T Seizova-Cajic, WLB Sachtler
Experimental brain research 181, 117-129, 2007
Biases in tactile localization by pointing: Compression for weak stimuli and centering for distributions of stimuli
J Brooks, T Seizova-Cajic, JL Taylor
Journal of Neurophysiology 121 (3), 764-772, 2019
Size perception by vision and kinesthesia
T Seizova-Cajić
Perception & psychophysics 60, 705-718, 1998
The tactile motion aftereffect suggests an intensive code for speed in neurons sensitive to both speed and direction of motion
S McIntyre, I Birznieks, RM Vickery, AO Holcombe, T Seizova-Cajic
Journal of Neurophysiology 115 (3), 1703-1712, 2016
Velocity of motion across the skin influences perception of tactile location
EHL Nguyen, JL Taylor, J Brooks, T Seizova-Cajic
Journal of neurophysiology 115 (2), 674-684, 2016
A visual distracter task during adaptation reduces the proprioceptive movement aftereffect
T Seizova-Cajic, R Azzi
Experimental brain research 203, 213-219, 2010
Lateral skin stretch influences direction judgments of motion across the skin
T Seizova-Cajic, K Karlsson, S Bergstrom, S McIntyre, I Birznieks
Haptics: Neuroscience, Devices, Modeling, and Applications: 9th …, 2014
Eye movements cannot explain vibration-induced visual motion and motion aftereffect
T Seizova-Cajic, WLB Sachtler, IS Curthoys
Experimental brain research 173, 141-152, 2006
Perception of movement extent depends on the extent of previous movements
T Seizova-Cajic, JL Smith, JL Taylor, SC Gandevia
Experimental brain research 195, 167-172, 2009
The tactile speed aftereffect depends on the speed of adapting motion across the skin rather than other spatiotemporal features
S McIntyre, T Seizova-Cajic, AO Holcombe
Journal of Neurophysiology 115 (3), 1112-1121, 2016
Adaptation to motion presented with a tactile array
S McIntyre, T Seizova-Cajic, I Birznieks, AO Holcombe, RM Vickery
Haptics: Neuroscience, Devices, Modeling, and Applications: 9th …, 2014
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