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Mark T Elliott
Mark T Elliott
Associate Professor, School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Birmingham
Verified email at bham.ac.uk
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Multisensory cues improve sensorimotor synchronisation
MT Elliott, AM Wing, AE Welchman
European Journal of Neuroscience 31 (10), 1828-1835, 2010
1132010
Being discrete helps keep to the beat
MT Elliott, AE Welchman, AM Wing
Experimental Brain Research 192, 731-737, 2009
872009
Moving in time: Bayesian causal inference explains movement coordination to auditory beats
MT Elliott, AM Wing, AE Welchman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1786), 20140751, 2014
502014
MatTAP: A MATLAB toolbox for the control and analysis of movement synchronisation experiments
MT Elliott, AE Welchman, AM Wing
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 177 (1), 250-257, 2009
432009
Engagement with MyFitnessPal in eating disorders: Qualitative insights from online forums
D McCaig, MT Elliott, K Prnjak, L Walasek, C Meyer
International Journal of Eating Disorders 53 (3), 404-411, 2020
412020
Driver state monitoring: Manipulating reliability expectations in simulated automated driving scenarios
JR Perello-March, CG Burns, R Woodman, MT Elliott, SA Birrell
IEEE transactions on intelligent transportation systems 23 (6), 5187-5197, 2021
362021
Stepping to phase-perturbed metronome cues: multisensory advantage in movement synchrony but not correction
RL Wright, LC Spurgeon, MT Elliott
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 724, 2014
352014
The effect of ageing on multisensory integration for the control of movement timing
MT Elliott, AM Wing, AE Welchman
Experimental Brain Research 213, 291-298, 2011
352011
Text‐mining as a methodology to assess eating disorder‐relevant factors: Comparing mentions of fitness tracking technology across online communities
D McCaig, S Bhatia, MT Elliott, L Walasek, C Meyer
International Journal of Eating Disorders 51 (7), 647-655, 2018
302018
Physical activity behavior change driven by engagement with an incentive-based app: evaluating the impact of Sweatcoin
M Elliott, F Eck, E Khmelev, A Derlyatka, O Fomenko
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (7), e12445, 2019
262019
Modelling single-person and multi-person event-based synchronisation
MT Elliott, WL Chua, AM Wing
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 8, 167-174, 2016
252016
Timing and correction of stepping movements with a virtual reality avatar
O Khan, I Ahmed, J Cottingham, M Rahhal, TN Arvanitis, MT Elliott
PLoS one 15 (2), e0229641, 2020
212020
Cue properties change timing strategies in group movement synchronisation
JJ Honisch, MT Elliott, N Jacoby, AM Wing
Scientific reports 6 (1), 19439, 2016
202016
Bright spots, physical activity investments that work: Sweatcoin: a steps generated virtual currency for sustained physical activity behaviour change
A Derlyatka, O Fomenko, F Eck, E Khmelev, MT Elliott
British Journal of Sports Medicine 53 (18), 1195-1196, 2019
182019
Interaction between interpersonal and postural coordination during frequency scaled rhythmic sway: the role of dance expertise
G Sofianidis, MT Elliott, AM Wing, V Hatzitaki
Gait & Posture 41 (1), 209-216, 2015
182015
Can dancers suppress the haptically mediated interpersonal entrainment during rhythmic sway?
G Sofianidis, MT Elliott, AM Wing, V Hatzitaki
Acta psychologica 150, 106-113, 2014
182014
Using Fnirs to verify trust in highly automated driving
JR Perello-March, CG Burns, R Woodman, MT Elliott, SA Birrell
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 24 (1), 739-751, 2022
172022
Profiling commenters on mental health–related online forums: A methodological example focusing on eating disorder–related commenters
D McCaig, MT Elliott, CSQ Siew, L Walasek, C Meyer
JMIR mental health 6 (4), e12555, 2019
172019
Aerosolised pentamidine
AJ Jesuthasan, AK Datta, R Hamilton, M Elliott, A Guz, J Weinberg
The Lancet 330 (8565), 971-972, 1987
171987
Physiological measures of risk perception in highly automated driving
JR Perello-March, CG Burns, SA Birrell, R Woodman, MT Elliott
IEEE transactions on intelligent transportation systems 23 (5), 4811-4822, 2022
162022
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