Gavin Buckingham
Gavin Buckingham
Sport and Health, University of Exeter, UK
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TitleCited byYear
Living in a material world: how visual cues to material properties affect the way that we lift objects and perceive their weight
G Buckingham, JS Cant, MA Goodale
Journal of neurophysiology 102 (6), 3111-3118, 2009
1332009
Lifting without seeing: The role of vision in perceiving and acting upon the size weight illusion
G Buckingham, MA Goodale
PLoS one 5 (3), e9709, 2010
1162010
Visual adaptation to masculine and feminine faces influences generalized preferences and perceptions of trustworthiness
G Buckingham, LM DeBruine, AC Little, LLM Welling, CA Conway, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 27 (5), 381-389, 2006
1162006
Getting a grip on heaviness perception: a review of weight illusions and their probable causes
G Buckingham
Experimental Brain Research, 2014
652014
The material–weight illusion induced by expectations alone
G Buckingham, NS Ranger, MA Goodale
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 73 (1), 36-41, 2011
432011
Asymmetries in motor attention during a cued bimanual reaching task: Left and right handers compared
G Buckingham, JC Main, DP Carey
Cortex 47 (4), 432-440, 2011
402011
The influence of competing perceptual and motor priors in the context of the size–weight illusion
G Buckingham, MA Goodale
Experimental Brain Research 205 (2), 283-288, 2010
392010
Size matters: a single representation underlies our perceptions of heaviness in the size-weight illusion
G Buckingham, MA Goodale
PLoS One 8 (1), e54709, 2013
312013
Gating of vibrotactile detection during visually guided bimanual reaches
G Buckingham, DP Carey, FL Colino, J Degrosbois, G Binsted
Experimental brain research 201 (3), 411-419, 2010
302010
Tactile gating in a reaching and grasping task
FL Colino, G Buckingham, DT Cheng, P van Donkelaar, G Binsted
Physiological reports 2 (3), e00267, 2014
242014
Observing object lifting errors modulates cortico-spinal excitability and improves object lifting performance
G Buckingham, JD Wong, M Tang, PL Gribble, MA Goodale
Cortex 50, 115-124, 2014
242014
Re-framing the Action and Perception Dissociation in DF: Haptics matters, but how?
G Buckingham, R Whitwell
Journal of Neurophysiology, 2012
24*2012
Handedness, laterality and the size-weight illusion
G Buckingham, NS Ranger, MA Goodale
Cortex, 1342-1350, 2012
232012
The size-weight illusion induced through human echolocation
G Buckingham, JL Milne, CM Byrne, MA Goodale
Psychological science 26 (2), 237-242, 2015
222015
The weight of expectation: Implicit, rather than explicit, prior expectations drive the size–weight illusion
G Buckingham, A MacDonald
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (9), 1831-1841, 2016
192016
The role of vision in detecting and correcting fingertip force errors during object lifting
G Buckingham, NS Ranger, MA Goodale
Journal of Vision 11 (1), 2011
192011
Rightward biases during bimanual reaching
G Buckingham, DP Carey
Experimental brain research 194 (2), 197-206, 2009
192009
Equal-magnitude size-weight illusions experienced within and between object categories
G Buckingham, MA Goodale, JA White, DA Westwood
Journal of Vision 16 (3), 25-25, 2016
142016
The influence of prior knowledge on perception and action: Relationships to autistic traits
G Buckingham, EE Michelakakis, G Rajendran
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 46 (5), 1716-1724, 2016
122016
The impact of unilateral brain damage on weight perception, sensorimotor anticipation, and fingertip force adaptation
G Buckingham, M Bieńkiewicz, N Rohrbach, J Hermsdörfer
Vision Research 115, 231-237, 2015
122015
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