Alice Cruickshank
Alice Cruickshank
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The development of the spatial extent of oculomotor inhibition
E McSorley, AG Cruickshank, LA Inman
Brain Research 1298, 92-98, 2009
402009
Language-guided visual processing affects reasoning: The role of referential and spatial anchoring
ML Dumitru, GH Joergensen, AG Cruickshank, GTM Altmann
Consciousness and Cognition 22 (2), 562-571, 2013
382013
Colour as an environmental cue when learning a route in a virtual environment: Typical and atypical development
EK Farran, Y Courbois, J Van Herwegen, AG Cruickshank, M Blades
Research in Developmental Disabilities 33 (3), 900-908, 2012
322012
Transfer of tilt after-effects between second-order cues
A Schofield, A Cruickshank
Spatial Vision 18 (4), 379-397, 2005
142005
Involuntary inhibition of movement initiation alters oculomotor competition resolution
AG Cruickshank, E McSorley
Experimental brain research 193 (3), 467-476, 2009
72009
Vision and Visual History in Elite/Near-Elite-Level Cricketers and Rugby-League Players
BT Barrett, JC Flavell, SJ Bennett, AG Cruickshank, A Mankowska, ...
Sports medicine-open 3 (1), 1-11, 2017
42017
Evidence that indirect inhibition of saccade initiation improves saccade accuracy
E McSorley, AG Cruickshank
i-Perception 1 (2), 73-82, 2010
32010
The Eyes Have It: Eye Movements And The Debatable Differences Between Original Objects And Reproductions.
E Saunderson, H. M., Cruickshank, A. G., & McSorley
Museum Materialities: Objects, Engagements, Interpretations, 2009
3*2009
Temporal estimation in prediction motion tasks is biased by a moving destination
JC Flavell, BT Barrett, JG Buckley, JM Harris, AJ Scally, NB Beebe, ...
Journal of vision 18 (2), 5-5, 2018
22018
Learning a route in a virtual environment: The effects of differing cues on the performance of typical children and individuals with williams syndrome.
A Farran, E., Courbois, Y., & Cruickshank
Cognitive Processing 10, S152-S153., 2009
22009
Supra-treshhold Interactions Between Second-order Cues: Modulations in Contrast, Orientation and Binocular Disparity
AG Cruickshank
University of Birmingham, 2006
12006
Inhibition of saccade initiation improves saccade accuracy: The role of local and remote visual distractors in the control of saccadic eye movements
E McSorley, AG Cruickshank, R McCloy
Journal of vision 21 (3), 17-17, 2021
2021
Faster visual reaction times in elite athletes are not linked to better gaze stability
BT Barrett, AG Cruickshank, JC Flavell, SJ Bennett, JG Buckley, JM Harris, ...
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-9, 2020
2020
Performance in Prediction Motion: The Effects of Colliding Targets and No Influence of Sports Participation
JC Flavell, NB Beebe, JG Buckley, JM Harris, AJ Scally, SJ Bennett, ...
PERCEPTION 46 (2), 225-226, 2017
2017
Reaction times in elite athletes and the influence of saccades
BT Barrett, JM Harris, JG Buckley, SJ Bennett, J Flavell, NC Beebe, ...
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 57 (12), 201-201, 2016
2016
Visuo-motor delay in fast and slow ball sports
N Beebe, J Flavell, A Cruickshank, S Bennett, J Buckley, J Harris, ...
PERCEPTION 44, 248-248, 2015
2015
Relationship between reaction time and ball catching in vision-restricted conditions in elite sportspeople
AG Cruickshank, JC Flavell, NC Beebe, JG Buckley, SJ Bennett, ...
PERCEPTION 44, 244-244, 2015
2015
Vision and fine-motor control in high-level cricketers
N Beebe, A Cruickshank, J Flavell, J Buckley, B Barrett
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 34 (6), 2014
2014
Eye movements and the debatable differences between original objects and reproductions
H Saunderson, A Cruickshank, E McSorley
Museum Materialities: Objects, Engagements, Interpretations, 89, 2013
2013
Cons ciousness and Cogni tion
ML Dumitru, GH Joergensen, AG Cruickshank, GTM Altmann
Consciousness and Cognition 22, 562-571, 2013
2013
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