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   PhD Thesis

    Multisensory Interactions Concerning Human Self-motion
    A.E.I. Thurrell    
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   Poster Presentations

    The influence of non-visual signals of walking on the perceived speed of optic flow
    Thurrell, Pelah and Distler 1998    
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    Reorientation of a visually evoked postural response does not require cognitive knowledge of display relative angular position
    Thurrell, Bertholon and Bronstein 1999     Abstract     PDF (116kB)

    Reduction of perceived visual speed during locomotion: Evidence for quadrupedal perceptual pathways in human?
    Pelah, Thurrell and Berry 2001     Abstract     PDF (105kB)

    Vection induced re-orientation in a visually evoked postural response
    Thurrell and Bronstein 2001     Abstract     PDF (61kB)

    Reduction of perceived visual speed during walking: Evidence against the involvement of attentional or vestibular mechanisms
    Pelah, Thurrell and Berry 2002     Abstract     PDF (53kB)

    Reduction of perceived visual speed during walking: Effect dependent upon stimulus similarity to the visual consequences of locomotion
    Thurrell and Pelah 2002     Abstract     PDF (55kB)

    Vestibular influence on the cardio-respiratory responses to whole body oscillation after standing
    Thurrell, JŠuregui-Renaud, Gresty and Bronstein 2002     Abstract     PDF (255kB)

   Published Manuscripts

    Reorientation of a visually evoked postural sway response during passive whole body rotation
    Thurrell, Bertholon and Bronstein 2000    
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   Final Year Undergradute Project

    The Influence of Non-visual Signals of Walking on the Perceived Speed of Optic Flow
    A.E.I.Thurrell 1998    
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