ArticleSlepian, Michael L.In the card game of poker, players attempt to disguise cues to the quality of their hand, either by concealment (e.g., adopting the well-known, expressionless "poker face") or by deception. Recent work, however, demonstrates that motor actions can som . . .
ArticleSinger, Robert N.Skilled (n = 12) and less skilled (n = 12) billiards players participated in 2 experiments in which the relationship between quiet eye duration, expertise, and task complexity was examined in a near and a far aiming task. Quiet eye was defined as the . . .
ArticleBourne, Lyle E.When some perceptual-motor relationships are reversed, participants might adopt a global inhibition strategy that replaces all normal movements with reversed movements. In two experiments, participants practiced moving a cursor from a start position t . . .
ArticleSinger, Robert N.