Hugo Bruggeman
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Optic flow drives human visuo-locomotor adaptation
H Bruggeman, W Zosh, WH Warren
Current biology 17 (23), 2035-2040, 2007
1232007
The direction of walking—but not throwing or kicking—is adapted by optic flow
H Bruggeman, WH Warren
Psychological Science 21 (7), 1006-1013, 2010
422010
Learning to throw on a rotating carousel: Recalibration based on limb dynamics and projectile kinematics
H Bruggeman, HL Pick, JJ Rieser
Experimental Brain Research 163 (2), 188-197, 2005
172005
The processing of linear perspective and binocular information for action and perception
H Bruggeman, A Yonas, J Konczak
Neuropsychologia 45 (7), 1420-1426, 2007
162007
Visual requirements for reading: The importance of a large field of view in reading with a magnifier
B Den Brinker, H Bruggeman
Journal of Videology 1 (1), 27-38, 1996
131996
Biomechanical versus inertial information: Stable individual differences in perception of self-rotation.
H Bruggeman, VS Piuneu, JJ Rieser, HL Pick Jr
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 35 (5 …, 2009
122009
Switching behavior in moving obstacle avoidance
JA Cohen, H Bruggeman, WH Warren
Journal of Vision 5 (8), 312-312, 2005
122005
Psychophysics of reading. XIX. Hypertext search and retrieval with low vision
H Bruggeman, GE Legge
Proceedings of the IEEE 90 (1), 94-103, 2002
122002
Dynamic Manipulation Generates Touch Information That Can Modify Vision
H Bruggeman, C Kliman-Silver, F Domini, JH Song
Psychological Science, 2013
62013
Combining moving targets and moving obstacles in a locomotion model
JA Cohen, H Bruggeman, WH Warren
Journal of Vision 6 (6), 135-135, 2006
62006
Integrating target interception and obstacle avoidance
H Bruggeman, WH Warren
Journal of Vision 5 (8), 311-311, 2005
52005
Obstacle detection during walking by patients with tunnel vision
AW Kiefer, H Bruggeman, R Woods, W Warren
J Vis 12, 183, 2012
42012
Is obstacle avoidance controlled by perceived distance or time-to-contact?
H Bruggeman, DB Rothman, WH Warren
Journal of Vision 6 (6), 136-136, 2006
32006
Reaching movement accuracy is mainly determined by visual online control
H Bruggeman, C Fantoni, C Caudek, F Domini
ECVP 2010 39, 51-51, 2010
22010
Distal target localization by the blind.
H Bruggeman, N Giudice, BJ Stankiewicz, GE Legge
INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE 41 (4), S431-S431, 2000
22000
The effect of window width and window height on reading connected text with a CCTV magnifier
H Bruggeman, B Den Brinker
Proc. Int. Conf. Low Vision 1, 282-296, 1996
21996
Are the optic flow and egocentric direction strategies for steering control during walking linearly combined?
H Bruggeman, W Warren
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 1020-1020, 2010
12010
Learning to throw on a rotating carousel
H Bruggeman
University of Minnesota, 2004
12004
PTSD in Limb Trauma and Recovery
MT Shea, SE D'Andrea, H Bruggeman, L Drewniak, S Fulcomer
BROWN UNIV PROVIDENCE RI, 2012
2012
Optic flow recalibrates the direction of walking but not throwing
H Bruggeman, W Warren
Journal of Vision 8 (6), 833-833, 2008
2008
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