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Hugo Bruggeman

  • Professor of Research
  • Brown University
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Research interests

perception & action: "how we see how to do things"

About

here, now and then

Followers (10)

  • Cedar Riener

    Cedar RienerRandolph Macon College

  • Nicholas Giudice

    Nicholas Giudice

  • Shuda Li

    Shuda LiUniversity of Bristol Department of Computer Science

  • Stephane Bonneaud

    Stephane BonneaudBrown University

  • Amy Kalia

    Amy KaliaMIT

  • Henry Harrison

    Henry Harrison

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Following (10)

  • Cedar Riener

    Cedar RienerRandolph Macon College

  • Nicholas Giudice

    Nicholas Giudice

  • Shuda Li

    Shuda LiUniversity of Bristol Department of Computer Science

  • Stephane Bonneaud

    Stephane BonneaudBrown University

  • Amy Kalia

    Amy KaliaMIT

  • Henry Harrison

    Henry Harrison

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Publications (5)

  • Dynamic Manipulation Generates Touch Information That Can Modify Vision

    • Bruggeman H
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  • The direction of walking--but not throwing or kicking--is adapted by optic flow.

    • Bruggeman H
    • Warren W
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  • Biomechanical versus inertial information: stable individual differences in perception of self-rotation.

    • Bruggeman H
    • Piuneu V
    • Rieser J
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  • Optic flow drives human visuo-locomotor adaptation.

    • Bruggeman H
    • Zosh W
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  • The processing of linear perspective and binocular information for action and perception.

    • Bruggeman H
    • Yonas A
    • Konczak J
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Professional experience

Professor of Research

Brown University

August 2009 - Present

Education history

Ph.D.

Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota