Pete Khooshabeh, Ph.D.

Psychology University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Spatial Cognition
"Pete Khooshabeh"
Mean distance: 18.22 (cluster 60)


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Mary Hegarty grad student 2009 UC Santa Barbara
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Parong J, Pollard KA, Files BT, et al. (2020) The mediating role of presence differs across types of spatial learning in immersive technologies Computers in Human Behavior. 107: 106290
Pollard KA, Oiknine AH, Files BT, et al. (2020) Level of immersion affects spatial learning in virtual environments: results of a three-condition within-subjects study with long intersession intervals Virtual Reality. 1-14
Files BT, Pollard KA, Oiknine AH, et al. (2019) Prevention Focus Relates to Performance on a Loss-Framed Inhibitory Control Task. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 726
Khooshabeh P, Lucas G. (2018) Virtual Human Role Players for Studying Social Factors in Organizational Decision Making. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 194
Kang S, Krum DM, Khooshabeh P, et al. (2017) Social influence of humor in virtual human counselor's self-disclosure Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds. 28: e1763
Choi A, De Melo CM, Khooshabeh P, et al. (2015) Physiological evidence for a dual process model of the social effects of emotion in computers International Journal of Human Computer Studies. 74: 41-53
Khooshabeh P, Hegarty M, Shipley TF. (2013) Individual differences in mental rotation: piecemeal versus holistic processing. Experimental Psychology. 60: 164-71
Khooshabeh P, Hegarty M. (2010) Inferring cross-sections: When internal visualizations are more important than properties of external visualizations Human-Computer Interaction. 25: 119-147
Hegarty M, Keehner M, Khooshabeh P, et al. (2009) How spatial abilities enhance, and are enhanced by, dental education Learning and Individual Differences. 19: 61-70
Keehner M, Hegarty M, Cohen C, et al. (2008) Spatial reasoning with external visualizations: what matters is what you see, not whether you interact. Cognitive Science. 32: 1099-132
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