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SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Farthing, J., Chilibeck, P., Binsted, G., Borowsky, R., & Sarty, G. (in press). Ventricle activation due to gap-induced correlation. MAGMA.

Krigolson, O., Clark, N., Heath, M., & Binsted, G. (in press). Utilizing environmental context for planning the planning and control of upper limb movements. Spatial Vision.

Heath, M., Grierson, L., Binsted, G., & Elliott, D. (in press). Hemispheric transmission time in persons with Down Syndrome. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities.

Saucier, D.M., Shultz, S.R., Keller, A.J., Cook, C.M, & Binsted, G. (in press). The effects of a complex environment on object location memory and spatial navigation in Long-Evans rats. Animal Behavior.

Heath, M., Neely, K., & Binsted, G. (2007). Allocentric visual cues influence online adjustments. Motor Control, 11(1), 54-70.

Binsted, G., Brownell, K., Vorontsova, Z., Heath, M., & Saucier, D. (2007). Visuomotor system uses target features unavailable to conscious awareness. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 104 (31), 12669-72.

Krigolson, O., Clark, N. Heath, M., & Binsted, G. (2007). The proximity of visual landmarks impacts reaching performance. Spatial Vision, 20 (4), 317-36.

Farthing, J.P., Cummine, J., Borowsky, R., Chilibeck, P.D., Binsted, G., & Sarty, G.E. (2007). False activation in the brain ventricles related to task-correlated breathing in fMRI speech and motor paradigms. MAGMA, 20(3), 157-68.

Saucier, D.M., Shultz, S.R., Keller, A.J., Cook, C.M., & Binsted, G. (2007). Sex differences in object location memory and spatial navigation in Long-Evans rats. Animal Cognition.

Heath, M., & Binsted, G. (2007). Visuomotor memory for target location in near and far research spaces.Journal of Motor Behavior, 39 (3), 169-77.

Binsted, G., Rolheiser, T. & Chua, R. (2006). Decay in visuomotor representations for control. Journal of Motor Behavior, 38(2), 698.

Farthing, J., Chillibeck, P. & Binsted, G. (2005). Cross-education of arm muscular strength is unidirectional in right-handed individuals. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 37(9), 1594.

Binsted, G. & Heath, M. (2005). No evidence of a lower field specialization for visual-motor control.Experimental Brain Research, 162, 378.

Neely, C., Binsted, G. & Heath, M. (2005). Can bimanual reaching movements express hemispherespecific processing advantages? The influence of spatial compatibility and visuospatial attention. Brain & Cognition, 57, 102.

Heath, M., Westwood, D. & Binsted, G. (2004). The control of memory guided reaching movements in peripersonal space. Motor Control, 8, 76.

Binsted, G. & Heath, M. (2004). Can the motor system utilize a stored representation to control movement?Behavioral and Brain Science, 27, 241.

Heath, M., Binsted, G. & Poulin, B. (2004). Manual Asymmetries in Bimanual Reaching: Spatial Variability in Reaching Trajectories. Brain & Cognition, 56, 116.

Heath, M., Rival, C. & Binsted, G. (2004). Can the motor system resolve a premovement bias in grip aperture? Online analysis of grasping the Müller-Lyer illusion. Experimental Brain Research, 158(3), 378.

Binsted, G. & Carlton, L. (2002). When are perceptual-motor events controlled by the dorsal system?Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25(1), 197.

Binsted, G., Chua, R., Helsen, W. & Elliott, D. (2001). Eye-hand coordination in goal-directed aiming.Human Movement Science, 20(4-5), 563.

Binsted, G. & Elliott, D. (1999). The Müller-Lyer illusion as a perturbation to the saccadic system. Human Movement Science, 18(1), 103.

Binsted, G. & Elliott, D. (1999). Ocular perturbations and retinal/ extra-retinal information: the coordination of saccadic and manual movements. Experimental Brain Research, 127, 193.

Elliott, D., Heath, M., Binsted, G., Ricker, K.L., Roy, E. & Chua, R. (1999). Goal directed aiming: correcting a force specification error with the right and left hand. Journal of Motor Behavior, 31(4), 309.

Elliott, D., Binsted, G. & Heath, M. (1999). The control of goal-directed limb movements: correcting errors in the trajectory. Human Movement Science, 18(2-3), 121.

Binsted, G., Cullen, J.D. & Elliott, D. (1998). Manual asymmetries in goal-directed movement: examination of the motor output hypothesis. Brain & Cognition, 38, 102