Robrecht van der Wel
Robrecht van der Wel
Associate Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University Camden
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Cognition, action, and object manipulation.
DA Rosenbaum, KM Chapman, M Weigelt, DJ Weiss, R van der Wel
Psychological bulletin 138 (5), 924, 2012
The problem of serial order in behavior: Lashley’s legacy
DA Rosenbaum, RG Cohen, SA Jax, DJ Weiss, R Van Der Wel
Human movement science 26 (4), 525-554, 2007
Making oneself predictable: Reduced temporal variability facilitates joint action coordination
C Vesper, RPRD Van Der Wel, G Knoblich, N Sebanz
Experimental brain research 211 (3-4), 517-530, 2011
Let the force be with us: dyads exploit haptic coupling for coordination.
RPRD Van der Wel, G Knoblich, N Sebanz
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (5 …, 2011
Are you ready to jump? Predictive mechanisms in interpersonal coordination.
C Vesper, RPRD van der Wel, G Knoblich, N Sebanz
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (1), 48, 2013
Do people automatically track others’ beliefs? Evidence from a continuous measure
RPRD Van Der Wel, N Sebanz, G Knoblich
Cognition 130 (1), 128-133, 2014
Catching eyes: Effects of social and nonsocial cues on attention capture
A Böckler, RPRD van der Wel, TN Welsh
Psychological science 25 (3), 720-727, 2014
Hand path priming in manual obstacle avoidance: evidence for abstract spatiotemporal forms in human motor control.
RPRD van der Wel, RM Fleckenstein, SA Jax, DA Rosenbaum
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (5 …, 2007
Moving the arm at different rates: slow movements are avoided
RPRD Van Der Wel, D Sternad, DA Rosenbaum
Journal of motor behavior 42 (1), 29-36, 2009
The sense of agency during skill learning in individuals and dyads
RPRD van der Wel, N Sebanz, G Knoblich
Consciousness and cognition 21 (3), 1267-1279, 2012
Trajectories emerging from discrete versus continuous processing models in phonological competitor tasks: a commentary on Spivey, Grosjean, and Knoblich (2005).
RPRD Van Der Wel, JR Eder, AD Mitchel, MM Walsh, DA Rosenbaum
American Psychological Association 35 (2), 588, 2009
Action perception from a common coding perspective
R Van der Wel, N Sebanz, G Knoblich
People watching: Social, perceptual, and neurophysiological studies of body …, 2013
Coordination of locomotion and prehension
RPRD Van Der Wel, DA Rosenbaum
Experimental Brain Research 176 (2), 281, 2007
What’s in a grasp
DA Rosenbaum, O Herbort, R Van der Wel, DJ Weiss
American Scientist 102 (5), 366-373, 2014
Higher-order action planning for individual and joint object manipulations
M Meyer, RPRD Van Der Wel, S Hunnius
Experimental brain research 225 (4), 579-588, 2013
Me and we: Metacognition and performance evaluation of joint actions
RPRD van der Wel
Cognition 140, 49-59, 2015
Bimanual grasp planning reflects changing rather than fixed constraint dominance
RPRD Van Der Wel, DA Rosenbaum
Experimental brain research 205 (3), 351-362, 2010
The posture-based motion planning framework: new findings related to object manipulation, moving around obstacles, moving in three spatial dimensions, and haptic tracking
DA Rosenbaum, RG Cohen, AM Dawson, SA Jax, RG Meulenbroek, ...
Progress in motor control, 485-497, 2009
Planning my actions to accommodate yours: joint action development during early childhood
M Meyer, RPRD van der Wel, S Hunnius
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
Entrainment and task co-representation effects for discrete and continuous action sequences
RPRD van der Wel, E Fu
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22 (6), 1685-1691, 2015
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