Michael Riley

Michael A. Riley , PhD

Professor

Professional Summary

Michael Riley studies human perceptual-motor behavior from the perspectives of complexity science and ecological psychology with a focus on applications to rehabilitation and human performance. He has taught many undergraduate and graduate courses including Research Methods in Perception & Action, Motor Control & Human Performance, Movement Science II, and Control and Coordination of Action. His research has been supported by the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and U.S. Army Medical Research & Materiel Command.

Education

Ph. D.: University of Connecticut 1999

B.A.: University of Louisiana-Monroe 1994

Research Support

Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PIs: K. Shockley, M. Richardson, & R. Dale), Collaborative Research: Dynamics of Interpersonal Coordination and Embodied Communication, National Science Foundation, BCS-0926662, 2009-2013 ($418,808)

Principal Investigator, Progress in Motor Control 2011, NIH/NINDS R13 (conference grant), $12001

Co-Investigator (PI: G. Van Orden), DHB Collaborative: Lifespan Dynamics of Cognition and Action, National Science Foundation, SES-0728743, 2008-2012 ($650,920)

Senior Personnel (PI: R. Kallen), REU Site: Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Complex Psychological Systems, National Science Foundation, 126314, 2012-2015 ($320,577)

Grant: #W81XWH0410306/P00002 Investigators:Riley, Michael 02-17-2004 -10-07-2005 Department of the Army Objective Markers of Postural Instability in Parkinson's Disease Role:PI $115,214.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CMS-0432992 Investigators:Riley, Michael 12-15-2004 -11-30-2007 National Science Foundation Dynamics of Postural Control During Precision Manual Activity Role:PI $292,997.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #BCS - 0716319 Investigators:Riley, Michael; Shockley, Kevin 09-01-2007 -08-31-2010 National Science Foundation Multi-Modal Heaviness Perception Role:Collaborator $204,748.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #BCS-0728743 Investigators:Kloos, Adelheid; Riley, Michael; Shockley, Kevin; Van Orden, Guy 01-15-2008 -12-31-2012 National Science Foundation DHB Collaborative: Lifespan Dynamics of Cognition and Action Role:Collaborator $543,367.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #BCS 0821241 Investigators:Riley, Michael; Shockley, Kevin; Van Orden, Guy 09-01-2008 -08-31-2009 National Science Foundation MRI: Acquisition of Motion Capture and Eye Tracking Equipment to Enable Innovative Research on Joint Action Role:PI $317,510.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #890 Investigators:Riley, Michael 07-01-2008 -08-31-2009 Ohio Board of Regents Acquisition of Motion Capture and Eye Tracking Equipment to Enable Innovative Research on Joint Actions Role:PI $68,038.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #IOS-0843197 Investigators:Jayne, Bruce; Riley, Michael 04-15-2009 -09-30-2013 National Science Foundation Arboreal Snake Locomotion: A Model System for Studying Effects of Anatomical and Environmental Variation On Three-Dimensional Axial Movements Role:Collaborator $422,545.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #BCS-0926662 Investigators:Riley, Michael; Shockley, Kevin 09-01-2009 -08-31-2013 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Dynamics of Interpersonal Coordination and Embodied Communication Role:Collaborator $418,809.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #R13 NS073205 Investigators:Richardson, Michael; Riley, Michael; Shockley, Kevin 02-01-2011 -01-31-2012 National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Progress in Motor Control Conference 2011 Role:PI $12,001.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SMA-1263142 Investigators:Holden, John; Holloway, Stacie; Howe, Steven; Jacquez, Farrah; Kallen, Rachel; Kloos, Adelheid; Mcleish, Alison; Richardson, Michael; Riley, Michael; Shear, Paula; Whitton, Sarah 02-15-2013 -01-31-2016 National Science Foundation REU Site: Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Complex Psychological Systems Role:Collaborator $255,714.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #CCHMC 136308 sub U01AR067997 Investigators:Riley, Michael 08-01-2016 -07-31-2021 National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease Real-Time Sensorimotor Feedback for Injury Prevention Assessed in Virtual Reality Role:PI $40,189.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #R01 DC017301 Investigators:Boyce, Suzanne; Hamilton, Sarah; Mast, T. Douglas; Riley, Michael; Seward, Renee; Silbert, Noah 08-10-2018 -07-31-2023 National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disor Simplified Ultrasound Biofeedback for Speech Remediation Role:Collaborator $509,304.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #A492247/7U01AR067997-06 Investigators:Riley, Michael 02-23-2021 -07-31-2021 National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease Real-Time Sendorimotor Feedback for Injury Prevention Assessed in Virtual Reality Role:PI 36196.00 Hold Level:Federal

Grant: #R40531 Investigators:Davis, Tehran; Lanna P da Silva, Paula; Myer, Gregory; Riley, Michael 10-01-2019 -03-31-2020 UC's Urban Futures Digital Futures Anchor Development Program Advanced Human Performance Role:PI $10,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC

Grant: #A502181/R01AR076153 Investigators:Riley, Michael 04-01-2021 -03-31-2022 Emory University Neuroplastic Mechanism for Acquisition and Transfer of Injury-Resistant Movement Role:PI 0.00

Grant: #CHMC 311804 sub R01AR076153 Investigators:Riley, Michael 04-01-2020 -03-31-2023 National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease Neuroplastic Mechanisms of Sensorimotor Adaptation for Injury Prevention Transfer Assessed in Virtual Reality Simulated Sport Role:PI $27,946.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Abbreviated Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Bonnette, S., Barber Foss, K.D., DiCesare, C.A., Diekfuss, J.A., Grooms, D.R., Kiefer, A.W., Kitchen, K., Reddington, D., Riehm, C., Riley, M.A., Schille, A., Shafer, J., Thomas, S., & Myer, G.D. (2020). The future of ACL prevention and rehabilitation: Integrating technology to optimize personalized medicine. Aspetar Sports Medicine Journal9 (Targeted Topic 20), 72-77.
  • Bonnette, S., DiCesare, C.A., Kiefer, A.W., Riley, M.A., Barber-Foss, K.D., Thomas, S., Diekfuss, J.A., & Myer, G.D. (2020). A technical report on the development of a real-time visual biofeedback system to optimize motor learning and movement deficit correction. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine1984-94.
  • Bonnette, S., Diekfuss, J., Grooms, D., Kiefer, A.W., Riley, M.A., Riehm, C., Moore, C., Barber Foss, K., DiCesare, C., Baumeister, J., & Myer, G. (2020). Electrocortical dynamics differentiate athletes exhibiting low- and high- ACL injury risk biomechanics. Psychophysiology57(4), e13530.
  • DiCesare, C.A., Minai, A.A., Riley, M.A., Ford, K.R., Hewett, T.E., & Myer, G.D. (2020). Distinct coordination strategies associated with the drop vertical jump task. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise52, 1088-1098.
  • Diekfuss, J., Grooms, D.R., Bonnette, S., DiCesare, C.A., Thomas, S., MacPherson, R.P., Ellis, J.D., Kiefer, A.W., Riley, M.A., Schneide, D.K., Gadd, B., Kitchen, K., Barber Foss, K.D., Dudley, J.A., Yuan, W., & Myer, G.D. (2020). Real-time biofeedback integrated into neuromuscular training reduces high-risk knee biomechanics and increases functional brain connectivity: A preliminary longitudinal investigation. Psychophysiology57(5), e13545.
  • Grover, F., Schwab, S., & Riley, M.A. (2020). Grip force-load force coupling is influenced by altered visual feedback about object kinematics. Journal of Motor Behavior52, 612-624.
  • Schneider, B., Banerjee, T., Grover, F., & Riley, M.A. (2020). Comparison of gait speeds from wearable camera and accelerometer in structured and semi-structured environments. Healthcare Technology Letters7, 25-28.  
  • Bonnette, S.H., DiCesare, C.A., Diekfuss, J.A., Grooms, D.R., MacPherson, R.P., Riley, M.A., & Myer, G.D. (2019). Advancing anterior cruciate ligament injury prevention using real-time biofeedback for amplified sensorimotor integration. Journal of Athletic Training,  54, 985-986.
  • Bonnette, S.H., DiCesare, C.A., Kiefer, A.W., Riley, M.A., Barber Foss, K.D., Thomas, S., Kitchen, K., Diekfuss, J.A., & Myer, G.D. (2019). Injury risk factors integrated into self-guided real-time biofeedback improves high-risk biomechanics. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation28, 831-839.
  • Dugan, S., Li, S., Masterson, J., Woeste, H., Mahalingam, N., Spencer, C., Mast, T.D., Riley, M.A., & Boyce, S.E. (2019). Tongue part movement trajectories for /r/ using ultrasound. Perspectives of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Special Interest Groups4, 1644-1652.
  • Grover, F. M., Nalepka, P., Silva, P.L., Lorenz, T., & Riley, M.A. (2019). Variable and intermittent grip force control in response to differing load force dynamics. Experimental Brain Research237, 687-703.
  • Grover, F., Schwab, S., Lorenz, T., Silva, P., & Riley, M.A. (2019). Flexible organization of grip force control during movement frequency scaling. Journal of Neurophysiology122, 2304-2315.

  • Lobo, L., Nordbeck, P.C., Raja, V., Chemero, A., Riley, M.A., Jacobs, D.M., & Travieso, D. (2019). Route selection and obstacle avoidance with a short-range haptic sensory substitution device. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies132, 25-33.
  • Montalvo, A.M., Schneider, D.K., Silva, P., Yut, L., Webster, K.E., Riley, M.A., Kiefer, A.W., Doherty-Restrepo, J.L., & Myer, G.D. (2019). ‘What’s my risk of sustaining an ACL injury while playing football (soccer)?’ A systematic review with meta-analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine53, 1333-1340.
  • Tolston, M.T., Riley, M.A., Mancuso, V., Finomore, V., & Funke, G.J. (2019). Beyond frequency counts: Evaluation of semantic recurrence analysis metrics to index semantic coordination in team communications. Behavior Research Methods51, 342-360.
  • Weast-Knapp, J.A., Shockley, K., Riley, M.A., Cummins-Sebree, S., Richardson, M.J., Wirth, T.D., & Haibach, P.C. (2019). Perception of another person’s maximum reach-with-jump height from walking kinematics. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology72, 2018-2031.
  • Bonnette, S.H., Diekfuss, J.A., Kiefer, A.W., Riley, M.A., Barber Foss, K.D., Thomas, S., DiCesare, C.A., Yuan, W., Dudley, J., Reches, A., & Myer, G.D. (2018). A jugular vein compression collar prevents alterations of endogenous electrocortical dynamics following blast explosure during special weapons and tactical (SWAT) breacher training. Experimental Brain Research236, 2691-2701.
  • Favela, L.H., Riley, M.A., Shockley, K., & Chemero, A. (2018). Functionally equivalent haptic and visual decision-making via sensory-substitution device. Ecological Psychology30, 326-345.
  • Grooms, D., Kiefer, A.W., Riley, M.A., Ellis, J.D., Thomas, S., Kitchen, K., DiCesare, C., Bonnette, S., Gadd, B., Barber Foss, K.D., Yuan, W., Silva, P., Galloway, R., Diekfuss, J., Leach, J., Berz, K., & Myer, G.D. (2018). Brain-behavior mechanisms for the transfer of neuromuscular training adaptions to simulated sport: Initial findings from the Train the Brain Project. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation27, 1-14. doi: 10.1123/jsr.2017-0241.  
  • Grover, F.M., Lamb, M., Bonnette, S., Silva, P., Lorenz, T., & Riley, M.A. (2018). Intermittent coupling between grip force and load force during oscillations of a hand-held object. Experimental Brain Research236, 2531-2544.
  • Quatman-Yates, K., Bonnette, S., Gupta, R., Hugentobler, J., Wade, S.L., Glauser, T.A., Ittenbach, R.F., Paterno, M.V., & Riley, M.A. (2018). Spatial and temporal center of pressure displacement analysis during adolescence: Clinical implications of developmental changes. Human Movement Science58, 148-154.
  • Thomas, B., Wagman, J., Hawkins, M., Havens, M., & Riley, M.A. (2017). The independent perceptual calibration of action-neutral and -referential environmental properties. Perception46, 586-604.
  • Hugentobler, J.A., Gupta, R., Slater, R., Paterno, M.V., Riley, M.A., & Quatman-Yates, C. (2016). Influence of age on post-concussive postural control measures and future implications for assessment. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 26, 510-517.
  • Jackson, E., Tiede, M., Riley, M.A., & Whalen, D. (2016). Recurrence quantification analysis of sentence-level speech kinematics. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research59, 1316-1326. 

  • Schmit, J.M., Riley, M.A., Cummins-Sebree, S., Schmitt, L., & Shockley, K. (2016). Functional task constraints foster enhanced postural control in children with cerebral palsy. Physical Therapy96, 348-354.
  • Kiefer, A.W., Kushner, A.M., Groene, J., Williams, C., Riley, M.A., & Myer, G.D. (2015). A commentary on real-time biofeedback to augment neuromuscular training for ACL injury prevention in adolescent athletes. Journal of Sports Science & Medicine14, 1-8.
  • Kuznetsov, N., Luberto, C., Avallone, K., McLeish, A., & Riley, M.A. (2015). Characteristics of postural control among young adults with asthma. Journal of Asthma52, 191-197. doi: 10.3109/02770903.2014.954290.
  • Kuznetsov, N., & Riley, M.A. (2015). The role of task constraints in relating laboratory and clinical measures of balance. Gait & Posture42, 275-279.
  • Paterno, M.V., Kiefer, A.W., Bonnette, S., Riley, M.A., Schmitt, L.C., Ford, K.R., Myer, G.D., Shockley, K., & Hewett, T.E. (2015). Prospectively identified deficits in sagittal plane hip-ankle coordination in female athletes who sustain a second anterior cruciate ligament injury after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and return to sport. Clinical Biomechanics30, 1094-1101. 
  • Quatman-Yates, K., Bonnette, S., Hugentobler, J.A., Médé, B., & Kiefer, A.W., Kurowski, B., & Riley, M.A. (2015). Post-concussion postural sway variability changes in youth: The benefit of structural variability analyses. Pediatric Physical Therapy27, 316-327. (Toby Long Paper of the Year Award)
  • Romero, V., Kallen, R., Riley, M.A., & Richardson, M.J. (2015). Can discrete joint action be synergistic? Studying the stabilization of interpersonal hand coordination. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance41, 1223-1235.
  • Schmit, J.M., Riley, M.A., Cummins-Sebree, S., Schmitt, L., & Shockley, K. (2015). Children with cerebral palsy effectively modulate postural control to perform a supra-postural task. Gait & Posture42, 49-53.
  • Thomas, B.J., & Riley, M.A. (2015). The selection and usage of information for perceiving and remembering intended and unintended object properties. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance41, 807-815.
  • Athreya, D., Davis, T. J., & Riley, M. A. (2014). Visual influences on postural and manual interpersonal coordination during a joint precision task. Experimental Brain Research232, 2741-2751.
  • Jayne, B. C., Lehmkuhl, A. M., & Riley, M. A. (2014). Hit or miss: Branch structure affects perch choice, behaviour, distance and accuracy of brown tree snakes bridging gaps. Animal Behaviour, 88, 233-241.
  • Kiefer, A. W., Wallot, S., Gresham, L. J., Kloos, H., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Van Orden, G. (2014). Development of coordination in time estimation. Developmental Psychology, 50, 393-401.
  • Thomas, B.J., & Riley, M.A. (2014). Remembered affordances reflect the fundamentally action-relevant, context-specific nature of visual perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance40, 2361-2371.
  • Tolston, M. T., Shockley, K., Riley, M. A., & Richardson, M. J. (2014). Movement constraints on interpersonal coordination and communication. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance40, 1891-1902.

  • Washburn, A., DeMarco, M., de Vries, S., Ariyabuddhiphongs, K., Schmidt, R.C., Richardson, M.J., & Riley, M.A. (2014). Dancers entrain more effectively than non-dancers to another actor’s movements. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8:800. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00800.
  • Weast, J. A., Walton, A., Chandler, B. C., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2014). Essential kinematic information, athletic experience and affordance perception for others. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21, 823-829.
  • Witt, J. K., & Riley, M. A. (2014). Getting to know your inner Gibson: Reconciling action-specific and ecological approaches. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review21, 1353-1370.
  • Bonnette, S., Riley, M. A., & Verduijn, J. (2013). An alternative perspective on postural stability and variability. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews41, 73-74.
  • Kiefer, A. W., Ford, K. R., Paterno, Mark V., Schmitt, L. C., Myer, G. D., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Hewett, T. E. (2013). Inter-segmental postural coordination measures differentiate athletes with ACL reconstruction from uninjured athletes. Gait & Posture37, 149-153.
  • Kiefer, A. W., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., Sitton, C. A., Hewett, T. A., Cummins-Sebree, S., & Haas, J. G. (2013). Lower-limb proprioception is enhanced in professional ballet dancers. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science17, 126-132.
  • Quatman-Yates, C. C., Lee, A., Hugentobler, J. A., Kurowski, B., Myer, G., & Riley, M. A. (2013). Test-retest consistency of a postural sway complexity protocol for adolescent athletes. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy8, 741-748. 
  • White, E. J., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2013). Multimodally specified energy expenditure and action-based distance judgments. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review20, 1371-1377.
  • Zhu, Q., Shockley, K., Riley, M. A., Tolston, M. T., & Bingham, G. P. (2013). Felt heaviness is used to perceive the affordance for throwing but rotational inertia does not affect either. Experimental Brain Research224, 221-231.
  • Athreya, D., Van Orden, G. C., & Riley, M. A. (2012). Feedback about isometric force production yields more random variations. Neuroscience Letters513, 37-41.
  • Klein, M. I., Warm, J. S., Riley, M. A., Matthews, G., Doarn, C., Donovan, J. F., & Gaitonde, K. (2012). Mental workload and stress perceived by novice operators in the laparascopic and robotic minimally invasive surgery interfaces. Journal of Endourology26, 1089-1094.
  • Kuznetsov, N., Bonnette, S., Gao, J., & Riley, M. A. (2012). Adaptive fractal analysis of center of pressure trajectories. Annals of Biomedical Engineering41, 1646-1660
  • Kuznetsov, N., & Riley, M. A. (2012). Effects of respiration on multi-joint control of center of mass position during upright stance. Journal of Motor Behavior44, 241-253.
  • Olberding, J. P., Jayne, B. C., Athreya, D., & Riley, M. A. (2012). Surface shape affects the three-dimensional exploratory movements of nocturnal arboreal snakes. Journal of Comparative Physiology A198, 905-913.
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Baker, A. A. (2012). Interpersonal and intrapersonal coordinative modes for joint and individual task performance. Human Movement Science31, 1253-1267.

  • Riley, M. A., & Holden, J. G. (2012). Dynamics of cognition. WIREs Cognitive Science, doi:10.1002/wcs.1200.
  • Riley, M. A., Kuznetsov, N., Bonnette, S., & Gao, J. (2012). A tutorial introduction to adaptive fractal analysis. Frontiers in Physiology (Fractal Physiology), 3:371. DOI: 10.3389/fphys.2012.00371
  • Riley, M. A., Mitra, S., Saunders, N., Kiefer, A. W., & Wallot, S. (2012). The interplay between posture control and memory for spatial locations. Experimental Brain Research217, 43-52.
  • Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Van Orden, G. (2012). Learning from the body about the mind. Topics in Cognitive Science4, 21-34.
  • Giveans, M. R., Yoshida, K., Bardy, B., Riley, M. A., & Stoffregen, T. A. (2011). Postural sway and the amplitude of horizontal eye movements. Ecological Psychology23, 247-266.
  • Kiefer, A. W., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., Sitton, C. A., Hewett, T. A., Cummins-Sebree, S., & Haas, J. G. (2011). Multi-segmental postural coordination in professional ballet dancers. Gait & Posture34, 76-80.
  • Kuznetsov, N. A., Shockley, K. D., Richardson, M. J., & Riley, M. A. (2011). Effect of precision aiming on respiration and the postural-respiratory synergy. Neuroscience Letters502, 13-17.
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Davis, T., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Baker, A.A. (2011). Joint action in a cooperative precision task: Nested processes of intrapersonal and interpersonal coordination. Experimental Brain Research211, 447-457.
  • Riley, M. A., Kuznetsov, N., & Bonnette, S. (2011). State-, parameter-, and graph-dynamics: Constraints and the distillation of postural control systems. Science and Motricité74, 5-18.
  • Riley, M. A., Richardson, M. C., Shockley, K., & Ramenzoni, V. C. (2011). Interpersonal synergies. Frontiers in Psychology (Movement Science and Sports Psychology)2. DOI 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00038. 
  • Weast, J. A., Riley, M. A., & Shockley, K. (2011). The influence of athletic experience and kinematic information on skill-relevant affordance perception. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology64, 689-706.
  • Davis, T., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Cummins-Sebree, S. (2010). Perceiving affordances for joint actions. Perception39, 1624-1644.
  • Kuznetsov, N. A., & Riley, M. A. (2010). Spatial resolution of visual feedback affects variability and structure of isometric force. Neuroscience Letters470, 121-125.
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Davis, T. J., Riley, M. A., & Shockley, K. (2010). Perceiving action boundaries: Learning effects in perceiving maximum jumping-reach affordances. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics72, 1110-1119.
  • Tollner-Burngasser, A., Riley, M. A., & Nelson, W. T. (2010). Individual and team susceptibility to change blindness. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine81, 935-943.
  • Cluff, T., Riley, M. A., & Balasubramaniam, R. (2009). Dynamical structure of hand trajectories during pole balancing. Neuroscience Letters464, 88-92.
  • Fajen, B. R., Riley, M. A., & Turvey, M. T. (2009). Information, affordances, and the control of action in sport. International Journal of Sport Psychology40, 79-107.

  • Kiefer, A. W., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., Villard, S., & Van Orden, G. C. (2009). Walking changes the dynamics of cognitive estimates of time intervals. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance35, 1532-1541.
  • Riley, M. A., Fajen, B. R., & Turvey, M. T. (2009). Reply to commentaries on “Information, affordances, and the control of action in sport.” International Journal of Sport Psychology40, 207-218.
  • Bonnet, C., Faugloire, E., Riley, M. A., Bardy, B., & Stoffregen, T. A. (2008). Self-induced motion sickness and body movement during passive restraint. Ecological Psychology20, 121-145.
  • Klein, M. I., Warm, J. S., Riley, M. A., & Matthews, G. (2008). Perceptual distortions produce multidimensional stress profiles in novice users of an endoscopic surgery simulator. Human Factors50, 291-300.
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Riley, M. A., Davis, T., Shockley, K., & Armstrong, R. (2008). Tuning in to another person’s action capabilities: Perceiving from walking kinematics the height to which one can jump and reach. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance34, 919-928.
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Davis, T. (2008). An information-based approach to action understanding. Cognition106, 1059-1070.
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Davis, T. (2008). Carrying the height of the world on your ankles: Encumbering observers reduce their estimates of how high another actor can jump. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology61, 1487-1495.
  • Black, D. P., Riley, M. A., & McCord, C. K. (2007). Synergies in intra- and interpersonal interlimb rhythmic coordination. Motor Control11, 348-373.
  • Clark, S., & Riley, M. A. (2007). Flow of multisensory information for postural control: Sway-referencing gain shapes center of pressure variability and temporal dynamics. Experimental Brain Research176, 299-310.
  • Faugloire, E. M., Bonnet, C. T., Riley, M. A., Bardy, B. G., & Stoffregen, T. A. (2007). Motion sickness, body movement, and claustrophobia during passive restraint. Experimental Brain Research177, 520-532.
  • Jayne, B. C., & Riley, M. A. (2007). Scaling of the axial morphology and gap-bridging ability of the brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis). Journal of Experimental Biology210, 1148-1160.
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Chiu, C.-Y. P. (2007). Postural responses to specific types of working memory tasks. Gait & Posture25, 368-373.
  • Stoffregen, T. A., Hove, P., Bardy, B. G., Riley, M. A., & Bonnet, C. T. (2007). Postural stabilization of perceptual but not cognitive performance. Journal of Motor Behavior39, 126-138.
  • Streit, M., Shockley, K., Morris, A. W., & Riley, M. A. (2007). Rotational kinematics influence multimodal perception of heaviness. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review14, 363-367.
  • Streit, M., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2007). Rotational inertia and multi-modal heaviness perception. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review14, 1001-1006.
  • Bonnet, C. T., Faugloire, E., Riley, M. A., Bardy, B. G., & Stoffregen, T. A. (2006). Motion sickness preceded by unstable kinematics of the center of pressure. Human Movement Science25, 800-820. 

  • Hove, P., Riley, M. A., & Shockley, K. (2006). Perceiving affordances of hockey sticks by dynamic touch. Ecological Psychology18, 163-189. 
  • Schmit, J. M., Riley, M. A., Dalvi, A., Sahay, A., Shear, P. K., Shockley, K. D., & Pun, R. Y. K. (2006). Deterministic center of pressure patterns characterize postural instability in Parkinson’s disease. Experimental Brain Research168, 357-367.
  • Mulvey, G. M., Amazeen, P. G., & Riley, M. A. (2005). The use of (symmetry) group theory as a predictive tool for studying bimanual coordination. Journal of Motor Behavior37, 295-309. 
  • Riley, M. A., Baker, A. A., Schmit, J. M., & Weaver, E. (2005). Effects of visual and auditory short-term memory tasks on the spatiotemporal dynamics and variability of postural sway. Journal of Motor Behavior37, 311-324. 
  • Riley, M. A., Shaw, T. H., & Pagano, C. C. (2005). Role of the inertial eigenvectors in proprioception near the limits of arm range of motion. Human Movement Science24, 171-183. 
  • Schmit, J. M., Regis, D., & Riley, M. A. (2005). Dynamic patterns of postural sway in ballet dancers and track athletes. Experimental Brain Research163, 370-378. 
  • Tollner, A. M., Riley, M. A., Matthews, G., & Shockley, K. D. (2005). Divided attention during adaptation to visual-motor rotation in an endoscopic surgery simulator. Cognition, Technology, & Work7, 6-13. 
  • Black, D. P., & Riley, M. A. (2004). Prism aftereffects disrupt interlimb rhythmic coordination. Journal of Motor Behavior36, 131-136. 
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., & Riley, M. A. (2004). Strong modularity and circular reasoning pervade the planning-control model. Commentary on “Separate visual representations in the planning and control of action” by Glover. Behavioral & Brain Sciences27, 48-49.
  • Huettel, S., Polger, T., & Riley, M. A. (2003). In favor of an ecological account of color. Commentary on “Color realism and color science” by Byrne & Hilbert. Behavioral & Brain Sciences26, 33. 
  • Riley, M. A., Baker, A. A., & Schmit, J. M. (2003). Inverse relation between postural variability and difficulty of a concurrent short-term memory task. Brain Research Bulletin62, 191-195. 
  • Riley, M. A., & Black, D. P. (2003). Prism exposure affects the proprioceptive frames of reference for interlimb rhythmic coordination. Motor Control7, 57-70. 
  • Riley, M. A., & Clark, S. (2003). Recurrence analysis of human postural sway during the sensory organization test. Neuroscience Letters342, 45-48. 
  • Riley, M. A., & Pagano, C. C. (2003). Inertial eigenvectors play a role in proprioception: Comment on Craig and Bourdin (2002). Ecological Psychology15, 229-240. 
  • Santana, M-V., Hove, P., Riley, M. A., & Tollner, A. (2003). Haptic perception of whole and partial lengths of small rods. Ecological Psychology15, 297-315. 
  • Riley, M. A., & Turvey, M. T. (2002). Variability and determinism in motor behavior. Journal of Motor Behavior34, 99-125.
  • Riley, M. A., Wagman, J. B., Santana, M-V., Carello, C., & Turvey, M. T. (2002). Perceptual behavior: Recurrence analysis of a haptic exploratory procedure. Perception31, 481-510.

  • Riley, M. A. (2001). Inadequate information and deficient perception. Commentary on “Specification and the senses” by Stoffregen & Bardy. Behavioral & Brain Sciences24, 238-239.
  • Riley, M. A., & Turvey, M. T. (2001). Inertial constraints on limb proprioception are independent of visual calibration. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance27, 438-455.
  • Riley, M. A., & Turvey, M. T. (2001). The self-organizing dynamics of intentions and actions. Review of Dynamics in Action by A. Juarrero. American Journal of Psychology114, 160-169.
  • Riley, M. A., Santana, M-V., & Turvey, M. T. (2001). Deterministic variability and stability in detuned bimanual rhythmic coordination. Human Movement Science20, 343-369.
  • Wagman, J. B., Shockley, K., Riley, M. A., & Turvey, M. T. (2001). Attunement, calibration, and exploration in fast haptic perceptual learning. Journal of Motor Behavior33, 323-327.
  • Balasubramaniam, R., Riley, M. A., & Turvey, M. T. (2000). Specificity of postural sway to the demands of a precision task. Gait & Posture11, 12-24.
  • Goodman, L., Riley, M. A., Mitra, S., & Turvey, M. T. (2000). Advantages of rhythmic movements at resonance: Minimal active degrees of freedom, minimal noise, and maximal predictability. Journal of Motor Behavior32, 3-8.
  • Riley, M. A., & Santana, M-V. (2000). Mutuality relations, observation, and intentional constraints. Ecological Psychology12, 79-85.
  • Riley, M. A., Balasubramaniam, R., & Turvey, M. T. (1999). Recurrence quantification analysis of postural fluctuations. Gait & Posture9, 65-78.
  • Riley, M. A., Stoffregen, T. A., Grocki, M. J., & Turvey, M. T. (1999). Postural stabilization for the control of touching. Human Movement Science18, 795-817.
  • Riley, M. A., Balasubramaniam, R., Mitra, S., & Turvey, M. T. (1998). Visual influences on center of pressure dynamics in upright posture. Ecological Psychology10, 65-92.
  • Mitra, S., Riley, M. A ., & Turvey, M. T. (1997). Chaos in human rhythmic movement. Journal of Motor Behavior29, 195-198.
  • Riley, M. A., Amazeen, E. L., Amazeen, P. G., Treffner, P. J., & Turvey, M. T. (1997). Effects of temporal scaling and attention on the asymmetric dynamics of bimanual coordination. Motor Control1, 263-283.
  • Riley, M. A., Mitra, S., Stoffregen, T. A., & Turvey, M. T. (1997). Influences of body lean and vision on unperturbed postural sway. Motor Control1, 229-246.
  • Riley, M. A., Wong, S., Mitra, S., & Turvey, M. T. (1997). Common effects of touch and vision on postural parameters. Experimental Brain Research117, 165-170.

Book

  • Marwan, N., Webber, C. L., Jr., Riley, M. A., & Giuliani, A. (Eds.) (2014). Translational recurrences: From mathematical theory to real-world applications. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
  • Holden, J. G., Riley, M. A., Gao, J., & Torre, K. (Eds.) (2013). Fractal analyses: Statistical and methodological innovations and best practices. Frontiers in Physiology e-book, http://www.frontiersin.org/Fractal_Physiology/researchtopics/Fractal_Analyses:_Statistical_and_Methodological_Innovations_and_Best_Practices./555.
  • Richardson, M. J., Riley, M. A., & Shockley, K. (Eds.) (2013). Progress in motor control: Computational, neural, and dynamical approaches. New York: Springer.
  • Cummins-Sebree, S., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (Eds.) (2007). Studies in perception and action IX. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Riley, M. A., & Van Orden, G. C. (Eds.) (2005). Tutorials in contemporary nonlinear methods for the behavioral sciences. Digital publication available from the National Science Foundation website: http://www.nsf.gov/sbe/bcs/pac/nmbs/nmbs.jsp

Book Chapter

  • Tolston, M.T., Funke, G.J., Riley, M.A., Mancuso, V., & Finomore, V. (in press). Using conceptual recurrence analysis to decompose team conversations. In M. McNeese, E. Salas, & M. Endsley (Eds.), Handbook of Distributed Team Cognition.
  • Thomas, B.J., Wagman, J.B., & Riley, M.A. (2020). The theory of information pickup and its consequences. In J. Wagman & J. Blau (Eds.), Perception as information detection: Reflections on Gibson’s Ecological Approach to Visual Perception (pp. 237-250). New York: Routledge.
  • Silva, P., Kiefer, A., Riley, M.A., & Chemero, A. (2019). Trading perception and action for complex cognition: Application of theoretical principles from ecological psychology to the design of interventions for skill learning. In M. Cappuccio (Ed.), Handbook of Embodied Cognition and Sport Psychology (pp. 47-74). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2015). Interpersonal couplings in human interactions. In C. L. Webber, Jr., & N. Marwan (Eds.), Recurrence Quantification Analysis: Theory and Best Practices (pp. 399-421). Springer.
  • Tolston, M., Ariyabuddhiphongs, K., Riley, M. A., & Shockley, K. (2014). Cross-recurrence quantification analysis of the influence of coupling constraints on interpersonal coordination and communication. In N. Marwan, C.L. Webber, Jr., M. A. Riley, & A. Giuliani (Eds.), Translational recurrences: From mathematical theory to real-world applications (pp. 157-171). Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
  • Kuznetsov, N., Bonnette, S., & Riley, M. A. (2013). Nonlinear time series methods for analyzing behavioral sequences. In K. Davids, R. Hristovski, D. Araújo, N. B. Serre, C. Button, & P. Passos (Eds.), Complex Systems in Sport (pp. 85-104). Oxon, UK: Routledge.
  • Richardson, M. J., Shockley, K., Fajen, B. R., Riley, M. A., & Turvey, M. T. (2008). Ecological psychology: Six principles for an embodied-embedded approach to behavior. In P. Calvo & T. Gomila (Eds.), Handbook of Cognitive Science: An Embodied Approach (pp. 161-187). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Riley, M. A. (2005). Fine motor control. In N. Salkind (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Development (Vol. 2). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.
  • Riley, M. A. (2001). The temporal structure of spontaneous postural sway. In J. C. E. van der Burg, B. F. Fong, M. I. J. Hijl, R. Huys, M. Pijnappels, & A. A. Post (Eds.), Balance at All Times (pp. 93-109). Utrecht: Digital Printing Partners.
  • Mitra, S., Riley, M. A., Schmidt, R. C., & Turvey, M. T. (1998). Vision and the level of synergies. In L. H. Harris & M. Jenkin (Eds.), Vision and Action (pp. 314-331). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Conference/Workshop Proceedings

  • Anand, C.T., Lamb, M., Dugan, S., Li, S.R., Woeste, H.M., Mast, T.D., Riley, M.A., Masterson, J.A., Mahalingam, N., Eary, K.J., Spencer, C., Boyce, S., Jackson, S., Baxi, A., & Seward, R. (2019). Using ultrasound imaging to create augmented visual biofeedback for articulatory practice. Interspeech 2019 Proceedings.
  • Li, S., Woeste, H., Dugan, S., Mast, T. D., Riley, M., Annand, C., Masterson, J., Mahalingam, N., Spencer, C., Boyce, S. (2019). Differentiating normal vs. misarticulated tongue trajectories from ultrasound for fast automatic articulatory feedback. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS).
  • Mayr, R., Davis, T., Riley, M.A., & Lorenz, T. (2019). How much for joint action? Assessing the cost of moving together. In L. van Dijk & R. Withagen (Eds.), Studies in Perception & Action XV.
  • Kiefer, A.W., DiCesare, C., Bonnette, S., Kitchen, K., Gadd, B., Thomas, S., Barber-Foss, K.D., Myer, G.D., Riley, M.A., & Silva, P. (2017). Sport-specific virtual reality to identify profiles of anterior cruciate ligament injury risk during unanticipated cutting. Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation. doi: 10.1109/ICVR.2017.8007511
  • Tolston, M.T., Finomore, V., Funke, G.J., Mancuso, V., Brown, R., Menke, L., & Riley, M.A. (2017). Effects of biasing information on the conceptual structure of team communications. In K.S. Hale & K.M. Stanney (Eds.), Advances in Neuroergonomics and Cognitive Engineering: Proceedings of the AHFE 2016 International Conference on Neuroergonomics and Cognitive Engineering (pp. 433-445). Springer.
  • Bonnette, S., Riley, M. A., Richardson, M. J., & Shockley, K. (2013). Exploratory action in affordance perception: The influence of postural sway on judgments of stand-on-able slopes. In T. Davis, P. Passos, M. Dicks, & J. Weast-Knapp (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action XII (pp. 94-97). New York: Psychology Press.
  • Tolston, M., Shockley, K., Richardson, M. J., Riley, M. A., & Bonnette, S. (2013). Movement constraints on interpersonal coordination and communication. In T. Davis, P. Passos, M. Dicks, & J. Weast-Knapp (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action XII (pp. 46-49). New York: Psychology Press.
  • Tolston, M., Shockley, K., Richardson, M. J., Riley, M. A., & Malone, M. L. (2013). Linguistic constraints on interpersonal coordination and communication. In T. Davis, P. Passos, M. Dicks, & J. Weast-Knapp (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action XII (pp. 42-45). New York: Psychology Press.
  • Athreya, D. N., & Riley, M. A. (2011). Intentions, context, and constraint in isometric single-digit force production dynamics. In E. P. Charles & L. J. Smart (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action XI (pp. 58-63). New York: Taylor & Francis.
  • Cummins-Sebree, S., Kiefer, A. W., Weast, J. A., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Haas, J. (2011). Postural expertise and development: A cross-sectional comparison of ballet dancers to non-dancers. In E. P. Charles & L. J. Smart (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action XI (pp. 177-181). New York: Taylor & Francis.
  • Davis, T. J., & Riley, M. A. (2011). Affordance compatibility effects on the initiation of action selection. In E. P. Charles & L. J. Smart (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action XI (pp. 132-136). New York: Taylor & Francis.

  • Funke, M., Warm, J.S., Matthews, G., Riley, M. A., Finomore, V., Funke, G., Knott, B., & Vidulich, M. (2010). A comparison of cerebral hemovelocity and blood oxygen saturation levels during vigilance performance.Proceedings of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society 54th Annual Meeting.
  • Jordan, J. S., Witt, J. K., & Riley, M. A. (2010). Prospective perception. CogSci 2010: Proceedings of the 32ndAnnual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.
  • Athreya, D. N., Riley, M. A., Davis, T. J., & Ramenzoni, V. C. (2009). Sensitivity to changes in action capabilities. In J. B. Wagman & C. C. Pagano (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action X (pp. 99-102). New York: Psychology Press.
  • Bachus, L., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2009). Apparent point of rotation manipulation affects multimodal heaviness perception. In J. B. Wagman & C. C. Pagano (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action X (pp. 70-74). New York: Psychology Press.
  • Davis, T. J., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., Capehart, K., & Fine, J. (2009). Perceiving affordances for a dyad. In J. B. Wagman & C. C. Pagano (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action X (pp. 35-39). New York: Psychology Press.
  • Kuznetsov, N. A., & Riley, M. A. (2009). Dynamics of motor performance in visually guided force production. In J. B. Wagman & C. C. Pagano (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action X (pp. 26-29). New York: Psychology Press.
  • Weast, J., Wright, K., Shockley, K., & Riley, M.A. (2009). The influence of perceptual-motor experience on skill-relevant action capabilities. Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
  • Davis, T. J., Ramenzoni, V. C., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2008). Tuning in to another agent’s action capabilities. CogSci 2008: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.
  • Finomore, V. S., Shaw, T. H., Warm, J. S., Matthews, G., Riley, M. A., Boles, D. B., & Weldon, D. (2008). Measuring the workload of sustained attention: Further evaluation of the multiple resources questionnaire.Proceedings of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society 52nd Annual Meeting.
  • Kiefer, A.W., Christopher, B., Shockley, K., & Riley, M.A. (2008). Mutual influences of interlimb coordination dynamics and semantic retrieval dynamics parameters during dual task performance. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1486-1491). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society
  • Klein, M. I., Warm, J. S., Riley, M. A., & Matthews, G., Gaitonde, K., Donovan, J., & Doarn, C. (2008). Performance, stress, workload, and coping profiles of first-year medical students’ interaction with the endoscopic/laparoscopic and robot-assisted surgical techniques. Proceedings of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society 52nd Annual Meeting.
  • Streit, M., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2008). Seeing heaviness. CogSci 2008: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.
  • Kiefer, A. W., Cummins-Sebree, S., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Haas, J. G. (2007). Control of posture in professional level ballet dancers. In S. Cummins-Sebree, K. Shockley, & M. A. Riley (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action IX (pp. 123-126). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  • Kiefer, A. W., White, E. J., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2007). Semantic memory retrieval and interlimb coordination dynamics. In S. Cummins-Sebree, K. Shockley, & M. A. Riley (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action IX (pp. 32-35). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Parsons, K. S., Warm, J. S., Nelson, W. T., Matthews, G., & Riley, M. A. (2007). Detection-action linkage in vigilance: Effects of workload and stress. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 51st Annual Meeting, 1619-1623.
  • Ramenzoni, V., Riley, M. A., & Davis, T. (2007). Kinematic information for the perception of affordances for others. In S. Cummins-Sebree, K. Shockley, & M. A. Riley (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action IX (pp. 214-217). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Streit, M., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2007). Apparent size and rotational kinematics in multimodal heaviness perception. In S. Cummins-Sebree, K. Shockley, & M. A. Riley (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action IX(pp. 160-163). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Streit, M., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2007). The influence of size and responsiveness of virtual objects on perceived heaviness. Proceedings of the IEEE International Workshop on Haptic, Audio, and Visual Environments and Games (pp. 11-14).
  • Finomore, V., Warm, J. S., Matthews, G., Riley, M. A., Dember, W., Shaw, T. H., Ungar, N., & Scerbo, M. (2006). Measuring the workload of sustained attention. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting, 1614-1618.
  • Shaw, T. H., Warm, J. S., Matthews, G., Riley, M. A., Weiler, E.M., Dember, W.N., Tripp, L., Finomore, V., & Hollander, T. D. (2006). The effects of sensory modality on vigilance performance and cerebral hemovelocity. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting.
  • Tollner, A. M., Riley, M. A., Nelson, W. T., Shockley, K. D, & Cummins-Sebree, S. (2006). Change blindness in teams: Are three pairs of eyes better than one? Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting
  • Klein, M. I., Warm, J. S., Riley, M. A., & Matthews, G. (2005). Perceived mental workload in an endoscopic surgery simulator. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 49th Annual Meeting.
  • Stoffregen, T. A., Bonnet, C. T., Faugloire, E., Bardy, B. G., & Riley, M. A. (2005). Motion sickness preceded by unstable control of stance. Proceedings of the Society for Neuroscience 35th Annual Meeting. [Abstract chosen for inclusion in Neuroscience 2005 Press Book]
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., & Riley, M. A. (2005). Effects of a concurrent memory task on the maintenance of upright stance. In H. Heft & K. Marsh (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action VIII (pp. 229-233). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Riley, M. A., Davis, T., & Snyder, J. (2005). Perceiving whether or not another person can use a step to reach an object. In H. Heft & K. Marsh (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action VIII (pp. 15-18). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Riley, M. A. (2005). Recurrence quantification analysis of postural sway. In N. Benguigui, P. Fontayne, M. Desbordes, & B. Bardy (Eds.), Recherches actuelles en sciences du sport (pp. 327-328). Les Ulis, FR: EDP Sciences.

  • Saunders, N., & Riley, M. A. (2005). Explicitly minimizing postural sway while performing a visuo-spatial cognitive task. In H. Heft & K. Marsh (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action VIII (pp. 234-237). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Tollner, A. M., Hove, P., & Riley, M. A. (2005). Perceiving affordances of hockey sticks. In H. Heft & K. Marsh (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action VIII (pp. 115-118). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Schmit, J. M., Riley, M. A., Shear, P. K., & Shockley, K. (2004). Recurrence quantification analysis as a technique for quantifying postural instability. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 48th Annual Meeting, pp. 2512-2516.
  • Hove, P., Riley, M. A., & Shockley, K. (2004). Haptic perception of affordances of a sport implement: Choosing a hockey stick for power or precision actions on the basis of “feel”. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 48th Annual Meeting, pp. 1918-1922.
  • Klein, M. I., Warm, J. S., Riley, M. A., Matthews, G., & Parsons, K. S. (2004). The multi-dimensional nature of stress in an endoscopic surgery simulator. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 48th Annual Meeting, pp. 1700-1703.
  • Tollner, A., Riley, M. A., & Matthews, G. (2003). Divided attention during calibration to visual-motor distortions in an endoscopic surgery simulator. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 47th Annual Meeting, pp. 1559-1563.
  • Santana, M-V., Riley, M. A., Tollner, A., & Black, D. P. (2003). Dual-task constraints on perception of rod length by dynamic touch. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 47th Annual Meeting, pp. 1708-1711.
  • Riley, M. A., Baker, A. A., & Schmit, J. (2003). Postural sway decreases during performance of a digit rehearsal task. In J. Effken & S. Rogers (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action VII, pp. 95-98. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Black, D. P., & Riley, M. A. (2002). Proprioceptive aftereffects of prism adaptation on interlimb rhythmic coordination. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 46th Annual Meeting, pp. 2179-2183.
  • Hove, P., Tollner, A., Klein, M. I., Riley, M. A., & Santana, M-V. (2002). Haptic perception of whole and partial extents of small objects. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 46th Annual Meeting, pp. 2193-2196.
  • Schmit, J. M., Rejacques, D. I, & Riley, M. A. (2002). Effects of balance training on postural stability. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 46th Annual Meeting, pp. 1237-1240.
  • Riley, M. A. (2001). Inertial constraints on arm proprioception are independent of visual calibration. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology23 (Suppl.), p. S63.
  • Wagman, J. B., Riley, M. A., & Turvey, M. T. (2001). Perceptual learning: An evaluation of attunement and calibration. In G. Burton & R. C. Schmidt (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action VI (pp. 189-192). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Riley, M. A., Stoffregen, T. A., Black, D. P., & Balasubramaniam, R. (2001). Modulation of postural sway during manual aiming. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 45th Annual Meeting, pp. 1931-1934.
  • Riley, M. A. (1998). Visual attention and bimanual coordination dynamics. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology20 (Suppl.), p. S56.

  • Riley, M. A., & Mitra, S. (1997). Active degrees of freedom of oscillatory hand movements. In M. Schmuckler & J. M. Kennedy (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action IV (pp. 319-322). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Schmidt, R. C., Corey, D., Fitzpatrick, P., & Riley, M. A. (1995). The oscillatory basis of Fitts’ law. In B. Bardy, R. Bootsma, & Y. Guiard (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action III (pp. 95-98)Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Honors and Awards

2012 Fellow of the Graduate School

2014 Summer Faculty Research Fellow Air Force Research Laboratory/American Society for Engineering Education Type:Fellowship

1994 University of Louisiana-Monroe, Academic Excellence Award, Psychology

1997 Santa Fe Institute Complex Systems Summer School Fellow

2003 Sigma Xi–University of Cincinnati Outstanding Young Investigator

2015 Acadamy of Pediatric Physical Therapy Toby Long Paper of the Year

2017 University of Cincinnati Department of Psychology Graduate Faculty Advisor of the Year

Keywords

Perception-Action, Sensorimotor Control, Nonlinear Dynamics & Complex Systems