Till Frank

2010-2013 Psychology University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
"Till Frank"


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Hermann Haken research assistant 1995-1996 (Physics Tree)
Andreas Daffertshofer grad student 1998-2001 VU Amsterdam
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Dotov DG, Turvey MT, Frank TD. (2019) Embodied gestalts: Unstable visual phenomena become stable when they are stimuli for competitive action selection. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Harrison HS, Turvey MT, Frank TD. (2016) Affordance-Based Perception-Action Dynamics: A Model of Visually Guided Braking. Psychological Review
Dotov DG, Kim S, Frank TD. (2015) Non-equilibrium thermodynamical description of rhythmic motion patterns of active systems: a canonical-dissipative approach. Bio Systems. 128: 26-36
Abdolvahab M, Carello C, Pinto C, et al. (2015) Symmetry and order parameter dynamics of the human odometer. Biological Cybernetics. 109: 63-73
Frank T. (2015) Domains of attraction of walking and running attractors are context dependent: illustration for locomotion on tilted floors International Journal of Advances in Scientific Research. 3: 81-90
Dotov DG, Frank TD, Turvey MT. (2013) Balance affects prism adaptation: evidence from the latent aftereffect. Experimental Brain Research. 231: 425-32
Lopresti-Goodman SM, Turvey MT, Frank TD. (2013) Negative hysteresis in the behavioral dynamics of the affordance "graspable". Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 75: 1075-91
Frank TD, Kim S, Dotov DG. (2013) Canonical-dissipative nonequilibrium energy distributions: Parameter estimation via implicit moment method, implementation and application International Journal of Modern Physics B. 27
Frank TD, Dotov DG. (2013) Coordination thermodynamics: Theory and applications Motor Behavior and Control: New Research. 125-158
Turvey MT, Harrison SJ, Frank TD, et al. (2012) Human odometry verifies the symmetry perspective on bipedal gaits. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 38: 1014-25
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