Jeffrey Weiler
Jeffrey Weiler
Post Doctoral Fellow, University of Western Ontario
Verified email at uwo.ca
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Task-switching in oculomotor control: unidirectional switch-cost when alternating between pro-and antisaccades
J Weiler, M Heath
Neuroscience Letters 530 (2), 150-154, 2012
352012
The unidirectional prosaccade switch-cost: correct and error antisaccades differentially influence the planning times for subsequent prosaccades
JC DeSimone, J Weiler, GS Aber, M Heath
Vision research 96, 17-24, 2014
322014
Spinal stretch reflexes support efficient hand control
J Weiler, PL Gribble, JA Pruszynski
Nature neuroscience 22 (4), 529-533, 2019
31*2019
Goal-dependent modulation of the long-latency stretch response at the shoulder, elbow, and wrist
J Weiler, PL Gribble, JA Pruszynski
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (6), 3242-3254, 2015
282015
Oculomotor task switching: alternating from a nonstandard to a standard response yields the unidirectional prosaccade switch-cost
J Weiler, M Heath
Journal of Neurophysiology 112 (9), 2176-2184, 2014
282014
Vector inversion diminishes the online control of antisaccades
M Heath, J Weiler, K Marriott, TN Welsh
Experimental brain research 209 (1), 117-127, 2011
282011
Stimulus-driven saccades are characterized by an invariant undershooting bias: no evidence for a range effect
C Gillen, J Weiler, M Heath
Experimental Brain Research 230 (2), 165-174, 2013
272013
The unidirectional prosaccade switch-cost: Electroencephalographic evidence of task-set inertia in oculomotor control
J Weiler, CD Hassall, OE Krigolson, M Heath
Behavioural brain research 278, 323-329, 2015
222015
Revisiting Fitts and Peterson (1964): Width and amplitude manipulations to the reaching environment elicit dissociable movement times.
M Heath, J Weiler, KA Marriott, D Elliott, G Binsted
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2011
222011
Coordinating long-latency stretch responses across the shoulder, elbow, and wrist during goal-directed reaching
J Weiler, J Saravanamuttu, PL Gribble, JA Pruszynski
Journal of neurophysiology 116 (5), 2236-2249, 2016
202016
A six-month cognitive-motor and aerobic exercise program improves executive function in persons with an objective cognitive impairment: a pilot investigation using the …
M Heath, J Weiler, MA Gregory, DP Gill, RJ Petrella
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 54 (3), 923-931, 2016
202016
The prior-antisaccade effect influences the planning and online control of prosaccades
J Weiler, M Heath
Experimental brain research 216 (4), 545-552, 2012
192012
Repetitive antisaccade execution does not increase the unidirectional prosaccade switch-cost
J Weiler, M Heath
Acta psychologica 146, 67-72, 2014
152014
Response suppression delays the planning of subsequent stimulus-driven saccades
J Weiler, T Mitchell, M Heath
PLoS One 9 (1), e86408, 2014
142014
Pro-and antisaccades: dissociating stimulus and response influences the online control of saccade trajectories
J Weiler, SA Holmes, A Mulla, M Heath
Journal of Motor Behavior 43 (5), 375-381, 2011
122011
The antisaccade task: Vector inversion contributes to a statistical summary representation of target eccentricities
M Heath, C Gillen, J Weiler
Journal of vision 15 (4), 4-4, 2015
112015
Rapid feedback responses are flexibly coordinated across arm muscles to support goal-directed reaching
J Weiler, PL Gribble, JA Pruszynski
Journal of neurophysiology 119 (2), 537-547, 2018
42018
Task-switching effects for visual and auditory pro-and antisaccades: evidence for a task-set inertia
M Heath, F Starrs, E Macpherson, J Weiler
Journal of Motor Behavior 47 (4), 319-327, 2015
22015
The prior-antisaccade effect: Decoupling stimulus and response inhibits the planning and control of subsequent prosaccades
J Weiler, M Heath
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 1253-1253, 2012
12012
Task-switching in oculomotor control: Systematic investigations of the unidirectional prosaccade switch-cost
J Weiler
2014
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20