Matthew Rodger
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Auditory observation of stepping actions can cue both spatial and temporal components of gait in Parkinson׳ s disease patients
WR Young, MWM Rodger, CM Craig
Neuropsychologia 57, 140-153, 2014
612014
Synthesis of walking sounds for alleviating gait disturbances in Parkinson's disease
MWM Rodger, WR Young, CM Craig
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 22 (3 …, 2013
602013
Perceiving and reenacting spatiotemporal characteristics of walking sounds.
W Young, M Rodger, CM Craig
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (2), 464, 2013
582013
Timing movements to interval durations specified by discrete or continuous sounds
MWM Rodger, CM Craig
Experimental Brain Research 214 (3), 393-402, 2011
442011
Refreshing refreshable braille displays
A Russomanno, S O’Modhrain, RB Gillespie, MWM Rodger
IEEE transactions on haptics 8 (3), 287-297, 2015
422015
Expert players accurately detect an opponent’s movement intentions through sound alone.
I Camponogara, M Rodger, C Craig, P Cesari
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (2), 348, 2017
282017
Beyond the metronome: auditory events and music may afford more than just interval durations as gait cues in Parkinson's disease
MWM Rodger, CM Craig
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 272, 2016
282016
Communicating musical knowledge through gesture: Piano teachers’ gestural behaviours across different levels of student proficiency
LL Simones, M Rodger, F Schroeder
Psychology of Music 43 (5), 723-735, 2015
272015
Expertise is perceived from both sound and body movement in musical performance
MWM Rodger, CM Craig, S O’Modhrain
Human movement science 31 (5), 1137-1150, 2012
252012
Transposing musical skill: sonification of movement as concurrent augmented feedback enhances learning in a bimanual task
J Dyer, P Stapleton, M Rodger
Psychological research 81 (4), 850-862, 2017
242017
Categorizations of physical gesture in piano teaching: A preliminary enquiry
L Simones, F Schroeder, M Rodger
Psychology of Music 43 (1), 103-121, 2015
222015
Time to get a move on: Overcoming bradykinetic movement in Parkinson's disease with artificial sensory guidance generated from biological motion
MMN Bieńkiewicz, MWM Rodger, WR Young, CM Craig
Behavioural brain research 253, 113-120, 2013
212013
Bringing sounds into use: thinking of sounds as materials and a sketch of auditory affordances
C J Steenson, MW M Rodger
The Open Psychology Journal 8 (1), 2015
202015
(Dis-) Harmony in movement: effects of musical dissonance on movement timing and form
N Komeilipoor, MWM Rodger, CM Craig, P Cesari
Experimental brain research 233 (5), 1585-1595, 2015
202015
Sensory substitution: Using a vibrotactile device to orient and walk to targets.
L Lobo, D Travieso, DM Jacobs, M Rodger, CM Craig
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 24 (1), 108, 2018
162018
Current understanding of learning psychomotor skills and the impact on teaching laparoscopic surgical skills
C White, MWM Rodger, T Tang
The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist 18 (1), 53-63, 2016
152016
Sonification as concurrent augmented feedback for motor skill learning and the importance of mapping design
J F Dyer, P Stapleton, M WM Rodger
The Open Psychology Journal 8 (1), 2015
152015
Advantages of melodic over rhythmic movement sonification in bimanual motor skill learning
JF Dyer, P Stapleton, MWM Rodger
Experimental Brain Research 235 (10), 3129-3140, 2017
132017
Timekeeping strategies operate independently from spatial and accuracy demands in beat-interception movements
MMN Bieńkiewicz, MWM Rodger, CM Craig
Experimental brain research 222 (3), 241-253, 2012
122012
Temporal guidance of musicians’ performance movement is an acquired skill
MWM Rodger, S O’Modhrain, CM Craig
Experimental brain research 226 (2), 221-230, 2013
102013
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