VISUAL MOTOR REARRANGEMENT

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  • Held, Richard; and Gottlieb, Norman. Technique for studying adaptation to disarranged hand-eye coordination. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1958, 8, 83-86.
  • Held, Richard; and Hein, Alan. Adaptation of disarranged hand-eye coordination contingent upon reafferent stimulation. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1958, 8, 87-90.
  • Held, Richard; and Schlank, Melvin. Adaptation to disarranged eye-hand coordination in the distance-dimension. American Journal of Psychology, 1959, 72, 603-605.

Also reprinted in:

  • Visual Perception by Herschel W. Leibowitz, New York: MacMillan, 1965.
  • Held, Richard; and Bossom, Joseph. Neonatal deprivation and adult rearrangement: complementary techniques for analyzing plastic sensory-motor coordination. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1961, 54, 33-37.

Included in:

  • Perceptual Learning and Adaptation. (P.C. Dodwell, Ed.), Drayton, England, Penguin Books, 1969.
  • Hein, Alan; and Held, Richard. A neural model for labile sensorimotor coordination. Biological Prototypes & Synthetic Systems. New York: Plenum Press, 1962, 71-74.
  • Held, Richard. Movement-produced stimulation is important in prism-induced after-effects: a reply to Hochberg. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1963, 16, 746.
  • Held, Richard; and Freedman, Sanford J. Plasticity in human sensorimotor control. Science, 1963, 142, 455-462.
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Also in:

  • Modern Systems Research for the Behavioral Scientist. (W. Buckley, Ed.), Chicago: Aldin Publishing, 1968.
  • Held, Richard; and Mikaelian, Harutune. Motor-sensory feedback versus need in adaptation to rearrangement. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1964, 18, 685-688.
  • Held, Richard; and Schlank, Melvin. An attempt that failed to reproduce a study of disarranged eye-hand coordination. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1964, 19, 301.
  • Mikaelian, Harutune; and Held, Richard. Two types of adaptation to an optically-rotated visual field. American Journal of Psychology, 1964, 77, 257-263.
  • Held, Richard. Plasticity in sensory-motor systems. Scientific American, 1965, 213, 89-94.
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Also in:

  • Srodowsko A Zycie Psychicne. (Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe), Warsaw, Poland, 1969.
  • Held, Richard; Efstathiou, Aglaia; and Greene, Martha. Adaptation to displaced and delayed visual feedback from the hand. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1966, 72, 887-891.
  • Held, Richard. Plasticity in sensorimotor coordination. Paper in 18th International Congress, Moscow, August, 1966.

Also in:

  • Proceedings of The Neuropsychology of Spatially Oriented Behavior, Chapter 4, (S.J. Freedman, Ed.), Homewood, Illinois: Dorsey Press, 1968.
  • Efstathiou, Aglaia; Bauer, Joseph A.; Greene, Martha; and Held, Richard. Altered reaching following adaptation to optical displacement of the hand. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1967, 73, 113-120.
  • Held, Richard. Dissociation of visual functions by deprivation and rearrangement. Psychologische Forschung, 1968, 31, 338-348. (As part of a symposium, Locating and Identifying: Two Modes of Visual Processing.)
  • Graybiel, Ann M.; and Held, Richard. Prismatic adaptation under scotopic and photopic conditions. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1970, 85, 16-22.
  • Hardt, Martha E.; Held, Richard; and Steinbach, Martin J. Adaptation to displaced vision: a change in the central control of sensorimotor coordination. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1971, 89, 229-239.
  • Held, Richard. Vision and movement. In: Visual Science: Proceedings of the First International Conference, (J.R. Pierce and J.R. Levene, Eds.) Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 1971, 197-204.
  • Held, Richard. Correlation and decorrelation between visual displays and motor output. In: Motion Sickness, Visual Displays, and Armored Vehicle Design, Proceedings of a Conference, Aberdeen, MD, April 1990.
  • Held, Richard; and Durlach, Nathaniel. Telepresence, time delay, and adaptation. In: Pictorial Communication in Virtual and Real Environments, (S. Ellis, M. Kaiser, A. Grunwald, Eds.), Taylor & Francis, Ltd., London, 1993, 232-246.

Also:

  • Spatial Displays and Spatial Instruments, NASA Conference Publication #10032, (S. Ellis, M.K. Kaiser, A. Grunwald, Eds.), 1989, 28/1-28/16.