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Viewing geometry determines the contribution of binocular vision to the online control of grasping

Binocular vision is often assumed to make a specific, critical contribution to online visual control of grasping by providing precise information about the separation between digits and object. This account overlooks the ‘viewing geometry’ typically encountered in grasping, however. Separation of hand and object is rarely aligned precisely with the line of sight (the visual depth...

Visual adaptation enhances action sound discrimination

of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD, UK; Steve A. Page, Department of Psychology, University of Hull, Cottingham Road, Hull, HU6 7RX, UK; Bruce D. Keefe, Department of Psychology, University of York

A database of whole-body action videos for the study of action, emotion, and untrustworthiness

We present a database of high-definition (HD) videos for the study of traits inferred from whole-body actions. Twenty-nine actors (19 female) were filmed performing different actions—walking, picking up a box, putting down a box, jumping, sitting down, and standing and acting—while conveying different traits, including four emotions (anger, fear, happiness, sadness...