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10:30 AM | January 24, 2013
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In the last post, I reviewed Geoff's first paper looking at whether people can perceive the affordance for throwing an object to a maximum distance and a first swing at identifying the information specifying the affordance. People can perceive the affordance. Bingham et al then identified an invariant relation between the timing of the motions of the wrist and elbow when people hefted the balls they chose as optimal for throwing, and showed that this kinematic pattern specified a peak in […]

Bingham, G., Schmidt, R. & Rosenblum, L. (1989). Hefting for a maximum distance throw: A smart perceptual mechanism., Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 15 (3) 507-528. DOI:

Zhu, Q. & Bingham, G. (2008). Is hefting to perceive the affordance for throwing a smart perceptual mechanism?, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 34 (4) 929-943. DOI:

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