Riley M A, Wagman J B, Santana M-V, Carello C, Turvey M T, 2002, "Perceptual behavior: recurrence analysis of a haptic exploratory procedure" Perception 31(4) 481 – 510
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Perceptual behavior: recurrence analysis of a haptic exploratory procedure
Michael A Riley, Jeffrey B Wagman, Marie-Vee Santana, Claudia Carello, M T Turvey
Received 10 January 2001, in revised form 19 September 2001
Abstract. Various object properties are perceptible by wielding. We asked whether the dynamics of wielding differed as a function of the to-be-perceived property. Wielding motions were analyzed to determine if they differed under the intention to perceive or not perceive rod length (experiment 1), to perceive object height versus object width (experiment 2), and to perceive the length forward of where the rod was grasped versus the position of the grasp (experiment 3). Perceiving these different properties is known to depend on different components of the object's inertia tensor. Analyses of the subtle recurrent patterns in the phase space of the hand motions revealed differences in wielding across the different perceptual intentions. Haptic exploratory procedures may exhibit distinct exploratory dynamics.
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