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Cristina de la Malla
Cristina de la Malla
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The role of differential delays in integrating transient visual and proprioceptive information
BD Cameron, C de la Malla, J López-Moliner
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 50, 2014
352014
Dealing with delays does not transfer across sensorimotor tasks
C de la Malla, J López-Moliner, E Brenner
Journal of vision 14 (12), 8-8, 2014
322014
Predictive plus online visual information optimizes temporal precision in interception.
C de la Malla, J López-Moliner
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 41 (5 …, 2015
282015
Potential systematic interception errors are avoided when tracking the target with one’s eyes
C Malla, JBJ Smeets, E Brenner
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
262017
Seeing the last part of a hitting movement is enough to adapt to a temporal delay
C de la Malla, J López-Moliner, E Brenner
Journal of vision 12 (10), 4-4, 2012
262012
Errors in interception can be predicted from errors in perception
C de la Malla, JBJ Smeets, E Brenner
Cortex 98, 49-59, 2018
242018
Corrective saccades influence velocity judgments and interception
A Goettker, E Brenner, KR Gegenfurtner, C de la Malla
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-12, 2019
202019
A visual illusion that influences perception and action through the dorsal pathway
C de la Malla, E Brenner, EHF de Haan, JBJ Smeets
Communications biology 2 (1), 1-7, 2019
172019
Eye movements in interception with delayed visual feedback
C Cámara, C de la Malla, J López-Moliner, E Brenner
Experimental brain research 236 (7), 1837-1847, 2018
152018
How various aspects of motion parallax influence distance judgments, even when we think we are standing still
C de la Malla, S Buiteman, W Otters, JBJ Smeets, E Brenner
Journal of vision 16 (9), 8-8, 2016
152016
Hitting moving targets with a continuously changing temporal window
C de la Malla, J Lopez-Moliner
Experimental brain research 233 (9), 2507-2515, 2015
112015
Why do movements drift in the dark? Passive versus active mechanisms of error accumulation
BD Cameron, C de la Malla, J López-Moliner
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (1), 390-399, 2015
102015
The predictability of a target’s motion influences gaze, head, and hand movements when trying to intercept it
C de la Malla, SK Rushton, K Clark, JBJ Smeets, E Brenner
Journal of neurophysiology 121 (6), 2416-2427, 2019
82019
Looking away from a moving target does not disrupt the way in which the movement toward the target is guided
C Cámara, J López-Moliner, E Brenner, C de la Malla
Journal of Vision 20 (5), 5-5, 2020
72020
Detection of radial motion depends on spatial displacement
C de la Malla, J López-Moliner
Vision research 50 (11), 1035-1040, 2010
62010
How timely can our hand movements be?
C de la Malla, J López-Moliner
Human movement science 31 (5), 1103-1117, 2012
52012
Motion-in-depth effects on interceptive timing errors in an immersive environment
J López-Moliner, C de la Malla
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-13, 2021
2021
Visuomotor temporal adaptation is tuned to gamma brain oscillatory coherence
C Cámara, C de la Malla, J Marco-Pallarés, J López-Moliner
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Decision making and avoidance of multiple moving objects
C de la Malla, A Castells, J López-Moliner
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 276c-276c, 2019
2019
Uncertainty Due to Speed Variability Causes Decisional But Not Sensorial Biases in a Go/No-Go Task
C de la Malla, J Lopez-Moliner
PERCEPTION 48, 190-191, 2019
2019
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