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  Gould, M., Wann, J.P., Poulter, D., & Helman, S. (2012). Judgments of approach speed for motorcycles across different lighting levels and the effect of an improved tri-headlight configuration. Accident Analysis and Prevention  

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  Purcell, C., Wann, J.P., Wilmut, K., & Poulter, D. (2012). Reduced looming sensitivity in primary school children with Developmental Co-ordination Disorder. Developmental Science, 15, 3, 299-306    
  Gould, M., Poulter, D., Helman, S. & Wann, J.P. (2012). Errors in judging the approach rate of motorcycles in nighttime conditions and the effect of an improved lighting configuration. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 45, 432-437    
 

Wann, J.P., Poulter, D.R., & Purcell, C. (2011). Reduced sensitivity to visual looming inflates the risk posed by speeding vehicles when children try to cross the road. Psychological Science. First published on March 9, 2011 doi:10.1177/0956797611400917

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de Oliveira, R.F., Wann, J.P. (2011). Driving skills of young adults with developmental coordination disorder: Regulating and coping with distraction. Research in Developmental Disabilities, Advance online publication doi: 2011; 01.01.2011

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Purcell, C., Wann, J.P., Wilmut, K., & Poulter, D. (2011). Roadside judgments in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, Advance online publication doi: 2011; 01.01.2011

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  Billington, J., Field, D.T., Wilikie, R.M., Wann, J.P. (2010, August 16). An fMRI Study of Parietal Cortex Involvement in the Visual Guidance of Locomotion. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Advance online publication. doi: 10.1037/a0018728   abstract
  de Oliveira, R.F., Wann, J.P. (2010).  Integration of dynamic information for visuomotor control in young adults with Developmental Coordination Disorder.  Experimental Brain Research, 205, 387-394   abstract
Field, D.T., Wilikie, R.M., Wann, J.P. (2007) Neural Systems in the Visual Control of Steering, Journal of Neuroscience, 27: 8002-8010   pdf preprint
Wilmut, K., Wann, J.P., Brown, J. (2006) How active gaze informs the hand in sequential pointing movements, Experimental Brain Research, 4: 654-666   pdf preprint
Wilkie R.M. & Wann J.P. (2005) The Role of visual and non-visual information in the control of locomotion. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance   pdf preprint

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Field, D.T. & Wann, J.P. (2005). Perceiving time to collision activates sensorimotor cortex. Current Biology, 15(5), 453-458   pdf preprint

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Field, D.T. & Groeger, J.A. (2004). Temporal interval production and short-term memory. Perception and Psychophysics, 66 (5), 808819   pdf preprint

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Wann J.P. & Wilkie R.M. (2004). How do we control high speed steering?  In L. M. Vaina & S. A. Beardsley & S. K. Rushton (Eds.), Optic Flow and Beyond. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Synthese Library : Vol 324   pdf format

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Wilkie R.M. & Wann J.P. (2003) Eye-movements aid the control of locomotion. Journal of Vision,(11), 677-684   pdf format

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Wilkie R.M. & Wann J.P. (2003) Controlling Steering and Judging Heading: Retinal flow, visual direction and extra-retinal information. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 29 (2), 363 - 378

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Wilkie R.M. & Wann J.P. (2002) Driving as night falls: The contribution of retinal flow and visual direction to the control of steering. Current Biology, 12 (23), 2014-2017    pdf format

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Wann, J.P. & Land, M.F. (2000) Steering with or without the flow: Is the recovery of heading necessary? 

Trends in Cognitive Science 4, 319 - 324.

 
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