Michael Mcbeath
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How baseball outfielders determine where to run to catch fly balls
MK McBeath, DM Shaffer, MK Kaiser
Science 268 (5210), 569-573, 1995
5341995
Cognitive processes in translation and interpreting
JH Danks
Sage Publications, Inc, 1997
2401997
How dogs navigate to catch Frisbees
DM Shaffer, SM Krauchunas, M Eddy, MK McBeath
Psychological science 15 (7), 437-441, 2004
1422004
Perceptual bias for forward-facing motion
MK McBeath, K Morikawa, MK Kaiser
Psychological Science 3 (6), 362-367, 1992
1301992
Baseball outfielders maintain a linear optical trajectory when tracking uncatchable fly balls.
DM Shaffer, MK McBeath
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (2), 335, 2002
1232002
Lateral motion bias associated with reading direction
K Morikawa, MK McBeath
Vision Research 32 (6), 1137-1141, 1992
1091992
The Doppler illusion: The influence of dynamic intensity change on perceived pitch.
JG Neuhoff, MK McBeath
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 22 (4), 970, 1996
1071996
Apparent motion between shapes differing in location and orientation: A window technique for estimating path curvature
MK McBEATH, RN Shepard
Perception & Psychophysics 46 (4), 333-337, 1989
991989
Right-handers and Americans favor turning to the right
AA Scharine, MK McBeath
Human Factors 44 (2), 248-256, 2002
822002
Dynamic frequency change influences loudness perception: A central, analytic process.
JG Neuhoff, MK McBeath, WC Wanzie
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (4 …, 1999
691999
Physical properties of the liver and the development of an intelligent manipulator for needle insertion
Y Kobayashi, J Okamoto, MG Fujie
Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and …, 2005
63*2005
Spatial navigation principles: Applications to mobile robotics
A Suluh, T Sugar, M McBeath
Proceedings 2001 ICRA. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and …, 2001
562001
Naive Beliefs in Baseball: Systematic Distortion in Perceived Time of Apex for Fly Balls.
DM Shaffer, MK McBeath
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (6), 1492, 2005
552005
The Doppler effect is not what you think it is: Dramatic pitch change due to dynamic intensity change
MK Mcbeath, JG Neuhoff
Psychonomic bulletin & review 9 (2), 306-313, 2002
552002
Three-dimensional bilateral symmetry bias in judgments of figural identity and orientation
MK McBeath, DJ Schiano, B Tversky
Psychological Science 8 (3), 217-223, 1997
451997
Spatial navigation algorithms: Applications to mobile robotics
TG Sugar, M McBeath
Vision Interface, 2001
442001
The rising fastball: Baseball's impossible pitch
MK McBeath
Perception 19 (4), 545-552, 1990
441990
Comparison of active versus passive ball catching control algorithms using robotic simulations
MK McBeath, TG Sugar, DM Shaffer
Journal of Vision 1 (3), 193-193, 2001
422001
Bias to experience approaching motion in a three-dimensional virtual environment
CF Lewis, MK McBeath
Perception 33 (3), 259-276, 2004
402004
Tops are more salient than bottoms
KW Chambers, MK McBeath, DJ Schiano, EG Metz
Perception & psychophysics 61 (4), 625-635, 1999
401999
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