Mark T Elliott
Mark T Elliott
Associate Professor, Institute of Digital Healthcare, University of Warwick, UK
Verified email at warwick.ac.uk - Homepage
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Multisensory cues improve sensorimotor synchronisation
MT Elliott, AM Wing, AE Welchman
European Journal of Neuroscience 31 (10), 1828-1835, 2010
892010
Being discrete helps keep to the beat
MT Elliott, AE Welchman, AM Wing
Experimental Brain Research 192 (4), 731-737, 2009
722009
The effect of ageing on multisensory integration for the control of movement timing
MT Elliott, AM Wing, AE Welchman
Experimental brain research 213 (2-3), 291, 2011
312011
MatTAP: A MATLAB toolbox for the control and analysis of movement synchronisation experiments
MT Elliott, AE Welchman, AM Wing
Journal of neuroscience methods 177 (1), 250-257, 2009
312009
Moving in time: Bayesian causal inference explains movement coordination to auditory beats
MT Elliott, AM Wing, AE Welchman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1786), 20140751, 2014
302014
Stepping to phase-perturbed metronome cues: multisensory advantage in movement synchrony but not correction
RL Wright, LC Spurgeon, MT Elliott
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 724, 2014
232014
Editorial overview: Time in perception and action.
WH Meck, RB Ivry
Elsevier Science, 2016
182016
Modelling single-person and multi-person event-based synchronisation
MT Elliott, WL Chua, AM Wing
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 8, 167-174, 2016
182016
Can dancers suppress the haptically mediated interpersonal entrainment during rhythmic sway?
G Sofianidis, MT Elliott, AM Wing, V Hatzitaki
Acta psychologica 150, 106-113, 2014
122014
Cue properties change timing strategies in group movement synchronisation
JJ Honisch, MT Elliott, N Jacoby, AM Wing
Scientific reports 6, 19439, 2016
112016
Interaction between interpersonal and postural coordination during frequency scaled rhythmic sway: the role of dance expertise
G Sofianidis, MT Elliott, AM Wing, V Hatzitaki
Gait & Posture 41 (1), 209-216, 2015
102015
Text‐mining as a methodology to assess eating disorder‐relevant factors: Comparing mentions of fitness tracking technology across online communities
D McCaig, S Bhatia, MT Elliott, L Walasek, C Meyer
International Journal of Eating Disorders 51 (7), 647-655, 2018
92018
Providing patient home clinical decision support using off-the-shelf cloud-based smart voice recognition
G Bafhtiar, V Bodinier, G Despotou, MT Elliott, N Bryant, TN Arvanitis
WIN Health Informatics Network Annual Conference, 2017
82017
Coordination of groups jumping to popular music beats
L Georgiou, V Racic, JMW Brownjohn, MT Elliot
Dynamics of Civil Structures, Volume 2, 283-288, 2015
72015
Physical activity behavior change driven by engagement with an incentive-based app: evaluating the impact of Sweatcoin
M Elliott, F Eck, E Khmelev, A Derlyatka, O Fomenko
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (7), e12445, 2019
62019
Profiling Commenters on Mental Health–Related Online Forums: A Methodological Example Focusing on Eating Disorder–Related Commenters
D McCaig, MT Elliott, CSQ Siew, L Walasek, C Meyer
JMIR mental health 6 (4), e12555, 2019
62019
Multisensory cues improve sensorimotor synchronization
MT Elliot, AM Wing, AE Welchman
European Journal of Neuroscience 31, 1828-1835, 2010
62010
A smart sensing platform for the classification of ambulatory patterns
MT Elliott, X Ma, PN Brett
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of …, 2009
62009
Tracking the position of an unknown moving load along a plate using the distributive sensing method
MT Elliott, X Ma, PN Brett
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 138 (1), 28-36, 2007
62007
Bright spots, physical activity investments that work: Sweatcoin: a steps generated virtual currency for sustained physical activity behaviour change
A Derlyatka, O Fomenko, F Eck, E Khmelev, MT Elliott
British journal of sports medicine 53 (18), 1195-1196, 2019
52019
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