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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Brooks TR, Frank TD, Dixon JA. (2020) Grasp Affordances in Bistable Perception of the Necker Cube. Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences. 24: 143-157
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
López-Felip MA, Davis TJ, Frank TD, et al. (2018) A cluster phase analysis for collective behavior in team sports. Human Movement Science. 59: 96-111
Kim S, Frank TD. (2016) Body-scaled perception is subjected to adaptation when repetitively judging opportunities for grasping. Experimental Brain Research
Frank TD, Kiyatkin A, Cheong A, et al. (2016) Three-factor models versus time series models: quantifying time-dependencies of interactions between stimuli in cell biology and psychobiology for short longitudinal data. Mathematical Medicine and Biology : a Journal of the Ima
Harrison HS, Turvey MT, Frank TD. (2016) Affordance-Based Perception-Action Dynamics: A Model of Visually Guided Braking. Psychological Review
Frank TD. (2016) Stochastic systems with delay: Perturbation theory for second order statistics Physics Letters, Section a: General, Atomic and Solid State Physics. 380: 1341-1351
Chiangga S, Pornkaveerat W, Frank TD. (2016) On a Fitzhugh-Nagumo type model for the pulse-like jasmonate defense response in plants Mathematical Biosciences. 273: 80-90
Frank TD. (2016) Front waves in the early RNA world: The Schlögl model and the logistic growth model Journal of Theoretical Biology. 392: 62-68
Frank T, Friedrich RW. (2015) Neurobiology: Individuality sniffed out in flies. Nature
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