Wright WG (2014). Using virtual reality to augment perception, enhance sensorimotor adaptation, and change our minds. Front Syst Neurosci. 8:56. eCollection.
Wright WG, Creem-Regehr SH, Warren WH, Anson E, Jeka J, Keshner EA (2013). Sensorimotor Recalibration in Virtual Environments. In Virtual Reality for Physical and Motor Rehabilitation (PL Weiss, EA Keshner, M Levin, Eds.). New York, NY: Springer.
Wright WG (2013) Using virtual reality to induce cross-axis adaptation of postural control: Implications for rehabilitation, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Proceedings of the International Conference for Virtual Rehabilitation (ICVR 2013).
Ivanenko YP, Wright WG, St George RJ and Gurfinkel VS (2013) Trunk orientation, stability, and quadrupedalism. Front. Neurol. 4:20.
Wright WG, Agah M, Darvish K, Keshner EA (2013). Head stabilization shows multisensory dependence on spatiotemporal characteristics of visual and inertial passive stimulation. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 21(2):191-7.
Haran FJ, Tierney RT, Wright WG, Keshner EA, Sitler MR (2013). Acute postural control changes after soccer heading. Int J Sports Med. 34(4):350-4.
Wright WG, Ivanenko YP, Gurfinkel VS (2012). Foot anatomy specialization for postural sensation and control. J Neurophys. 107:1513-21.
Wright WG (2011) Tonic postural lean after-effects influenced by support surface dynamics. Hum Mov Sci. 30(2):238-48.
Franzén E, Gurfinkel VS, Wright WG, Cordo PJ, Horak FB (2011). Haptic touch reduces sway by increasing axial tone. Neuroscience, 174: 216-23.
Agah M, Darvish K, Wright WG, Keshner EA (2011). Dependency of spatiotemporal characteristics of head stabilization on visual and inertial stimulation. Proc Am Soc Biomech
Wright WG, Gurfinkel VS, King LA, Nutt J, Cordo PJ, Horak F (2010). Axial kinesthesia in Parkinson's disease: Effects of levodopa. Exp Neurol. 225(1):202-209.
Wright WG, Schneider E (2009), Manual motor control during “virtual” self-motion: Implications for VR rehabilitation, IEEE Proc ICVR2009, pp.166-172.
Wright WG (2009), Linear vection in virtual environments can be strengthened by discordant inertial input, IEEE Proc Eng Med Biol Soc, pp.1157-1160.
Wright WG, Schneider E, Glasauer S (2009). Compensatory motor responses of object-wielding during combined linear visual and physical roll tilt stimulation, Exp Brain Res. 192:683-694.
Cordo PJ , Lutsep, H, Cordo L, Wright WG, Cacciatore TC, Skoss R (2009). Assisted Movement with Enhanced Sensation (AMES): Coupling Motor and Sensory to Remediate Motor Deficits in Chronic Stroke Patients, Neurorehabil Neural Repair, 23(1):67-77.
Wright WG, Gurfinkel VS, Nutt J, Horak F, Cordo PJ (2007). Axial hypertonicity in Parkinson's disease: Direct measurements of trunk and hip torque. Exp Neurol. 208(1):38-46.
Wright WG, Horak F (2007). Interaction of posture and conscious perception of gravitational vertical and surface horizontal. Exp Brain Res. 182(3):321-32.
Wright WG, Gurfinkel VS, King L, Horak F (2007). Parkinson’s disease shows perceptuomotor asymmetry unrelated to motor symptoms. Neurosci Lett 417(1):10-15.
Wright WG, DiZio P, Lackner JR (2006). Apparent self-motion in two visual contexts: Dissociable mechanisms underlie perception. J Vest Res 16:23-28.
Wright WG, Glasauer S (2006) Subjective somatosensory vertical during dynamic tilt is dependent on task, inertial condition, and multisensory concordance. Exp Brain Res 172(3): 310-321.
Ivanenko YP, Wright WG, Gurfinkel VS, Horak FB, Cordo PJ (2006) Interaction of involuntary post-contraction activity with locomotor movements. Exp Brain Res 169(2):255-60.
Wright WG, Horak F (2005). Perception of verticality during dynamic postural tasks. Gait and Posture 21(Supp.1) S57.
Wright WG, DiZio P, Lackner JR. (2005) Vertical linear self-motion perception during virtual visual and inertial stimulation: More than weighted summation of sensory inputs. J Vest Res 15(4): 185-195.
Wright WG, Glasauer S (2003). Haptic subjective vertical shows context dependence: Task and vision play a role during dynamic tilt stimulation. Ann NY Acad Sci. 1004: 531-5.
Bryant DJ, Wright WG (1999). How body asymmetries determine accessibility in spatial frameworks. Q J Exp Psych, 52 (2):487-508.