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Welcome to the web pages of the St Paul's Visuomotor Group.

Based in the visuomotor labs of Dr Paul C. Knox in the Institute of Ageing and Chronic Disease’s Department of Eye and Vision Science (located in the new William Henry Duncan building), we have a number of research projects in which we are investigating the control of eye movement and visually guided behaviour in health, ageing and disease, the effect of visual illusions, and the wider impact of visual disability. Details of ongoing projects and publications can be found on the appropriate pages. Recent publications and other information are listed below.

New

 

SFN Poster: The gap effect on performance in the minimally delayed oculomotor response (MDOR) task (pdf)

 

 

Just out:

 

Ku JY, Milling AF, Pitrelli Vazquez N, Knox PC. (2016) Performance, usability and comparison of two versions of a new macular vision test: the handheld Radial Shape Discrimination test. PeerJ 4:e2650

Doi: 10.7717/peerj.2650

 

Information on the EDiMaD project.

 

 

Knox et al (2106) Longitudinal Visuomotor Development in a Malaria Endemic Area: Cerebral Malaria and Beyond.

PLoS ONE 11(10): e0164885.

Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0164885

 

Information on the MRET project.

 

 

Now out in International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care:

 

Campbell B, Knox P (2016) Promise and plausibility: Health technology adoption decisions with limited evidence. 32:122–125 . (pdf of MS)

St Paul’s Visuomotor Group

Contact:

Dr Paul C. Knox

Eye and Vision Science

University of Liverpool

 

pcknox@liv.ac.uk

Error timing distribution for healthy participants on the MDOR task. New data presented at SFN16

55.27 The gap effect on performance in the minimally delayed oculomotor response (MDOR) task  (pdf)

Antisaccade error rate declines with age in Malawian children—but more slowly and to a lesser extent than usually reported. See Knox et al (2016)