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Jeroen B.J. Smeets
Jeroen B.J. Smeets
Professor of Human Movement Sciences
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A new view on grasping
JBJ Smeets, E Brenner
Motor control 3 (3), 237-271, 1999
5771999
Size illusion influences how we lift but not how we grasp an object
E Brenner, JBJ Smeets
Experimental brain research 111, 473-476, 1996
3841996
Perception and action are based on the same visual information: distinction between position and velocity.
JBJ Smeets, E Brenner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 21 (1), 19, 1995
3831995
Fast responses of the human hand to changes in target position
E Brenner, JBJ Smeets
Journal of motor behavior 29 (4), 297-310, 1997
2541997
Sensory integration does not lead to sensory calibration
JBJ Smeets, JJ van den Dobbelsteen, DDJ de Grave, RJ van Beers, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (49), 18781-18786, 2006
2332006
Motion extrapolation is not responsible for the flash–lag effect
E Brenner, JBJ Smeets
Vision research 40 (13), 1645-1648, 2000
1992000
Hitting moving targets continuous control of the acceleration of the hand on the basis of the target’s velocity
E Brenner, JBJ Smeets, MHE De Lussanet
Experimental Brain Research 122 (4), 467-474, 1998
1981998
Illusions in action: consequences of inconsistent processing of spatial attributes
JB Smeets, E Brenner, DD de Grave, RH Cuijpers
Experimental Brain Research 147, 135-144, 2002
1932002
The difference between the perception of absolute and relative motion: A reaction time study
JBJ Smeets, E Brenner
Vision research 34 (2), 191-195, 1994
1441994
On the relation between object shape and grasping kinematics
RH Cuijpers, JBJ Smeets, E Brenner
Journal of neurophysiology 91 (6), 2598-2606, 2004
1432004
Adjustments of fast goal-directed movements in response to an unexpected inertial load
JBJ Smeets, CJ Erkelens, JJ van der Gon Denier
Experimental Brain Research 81, 303-312, 1990
1401990
Multiple information sources in interceptive timing
J van der Kamp, G Savelsbergh, J Smeets
Human Movement Science 16 (6), 787-821, 1997
1371997
Early components of the human vestibulo-ocular response to head rotation: latency and gain
H Collewijn, JBJ Smeets
Journal of Neurophysiology 84 (1), 376-389, 2000
1352000
Nature of variability in saccades
JBJ Smeets, ITC Hooge
Journal of neurophysiology 90 (1), 12-20, 2003
1322003
Perception of acceleration with short presentation times: can acceleration be used in interception?
AM Brouwer, E Brenner, JBJ Smeets
Perception & Psychophysics 64 (7), 1160-1168, 2002
1302002
Fast corrections of movements with a computer mouse
E Brenner, JBJ Smeets
Spatial vision 16 (3), 365-376, 2003
1232003
Independent movements of the digits in grasping
JB Smeets, E Brenner
Experimental brain research 139, 92-100, 2001
1222001
Smooth eye movements and spatial localisation
E Brenner, JBJ Smeets, AV Van den Berg
Vision research 41 (17), 2253-2259, 2001
1112001
Hitting moving targets: Co-operative control of 'when'and 'where'
E Brenner, JBJ Smeets
Human movement science 15 (1), 39-53, 1996
1041996
Hitting moving targets - A dissociation between the use of the target's speed and direction of motion
AM Brouwer, T Middelburg, JBJ Smeets, E Brenner
Experimental Brain Research 152 (3), 368-375, 2003
1032003
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