Leigh Ann Mrotek

Ph.D. 2005

Thesis Title:

Influence of direction during target tracking

Current Position:

Associate Professor and Chairperson
Kinesiology Department
University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh

Major Advisor(s):

  • John Soechting
  • Martha Flanders

Selected Publications:

  • Mrotek LA (2012) Following and intercepting scribbles: interactions between eye and hand control. Experimental Brain Research (submitted).
  • Mrotek LA, Soechting JF (2007) Target interception: hand-eye coordination and strategies. Journal of Neuroscience 27(27), 7297-7309.
  • Mrotek LA, Soechting JF (2007) Predicting curvilinear target motion through an occlusion. Experimental Brain Research 178(1), 99-114.
  • Mrotek LA, Flanders M & Soechting JF (2006) Oculomotor response to gradual changes in direction. Experimental Brain Research, 172(2), 175-192.
  • Mrotek LA, Gielen CCAM & Flanders M (2006) Manual tracking in three dimensions. Experimental Brain Research, 171(1), 99-115.
  • Flanders M, Mrotek LA & Gielen CCAM (2006) Planning and drawing complex shapes. Experimental Brain Research, 171(1), 116-128.
  • Soechting JF, Mrotek LA & Flanders M (2005) Smooth pursuit tracking of an abrupt change in target direction:  Vector superposition of discrete responses. Experimental Brain Research, 160(1), 245-258.
  • Mrotek LA, Flanders M & Soechting JF (2004) Interception of targets using brief directional cues. Experimental Brain Research, 156(1), 94-103.
  • Mrotek LA, Hart BA, Schot PK & Fennigkoh L (2004) Grip responses to object load perturbations are stimulus and phase sensitive. Experimental Brain Research, 155(4), 413-420.
  • Soechting JF, Mrotek LA, Flanders M (2003) Time constants in the perception of a change in the direction of motion in humans. Neuroscience Letters, 348(1), 56-60.
  • Schot PK, Knutzen KM, Poole SM, Mrotek LA (2003) Sit to stand performance of older adults following strength training. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 74(1), 1-8.
Leigh Ann Mrotek