Jonathan R. Zadra

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
Cognitive Science, Perception, Bioenergetics, functional neuroimaging
"Jonathan Zadra"
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Ralph-Axel Müller research assistant 1997-1999 San Diego State University
David A. Kobus research assistant 2000-2005 UVA
Dennis R. Proffitt grad student 2005- UVA
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Zadra JR, Proffitt DR. (2016) Optic flow is calibrated to walking effort. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Zadra J, Proffitt D. (2016) Oral Exposure to Glucose Affects Perception of Spatial Layout Journal of Vision. 16: 1204
Zadra JR, Weltman AL, Proffitt DR. (2015) Walkable Distances Are Bioenergetically Scaled. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Zadra JR, Proffitt DR. (2014) Implicit associations have a circadian rhythm. Plos One. 9: e110149
Proffitt DR, Zadra JR. (2011) Explicit and motoric dependent measures of geographical slant are dissociable: a reassessment of the findings of Durgin, Hajnal, Li, Tonge, and Stigliani (2010). Acta Psychologica. 138: 285-8
Zadra J, Rosenbaum DA, Banton TA, et al. (2011) Decisions at a glance: The relative cost of multiple possible actions is represented in conscious perception of spatial layout F1000research. 11: 942-942
Twedt E, Banton T, Gross EB, et al. (2011) The role of decision-making in learning spatial layout: A real-world application Journal of Vision. 11: 933-933
Schnall S, Zadra JR, Proffitt DR. (2010) Direct evidence for the economy of action: glucose and the perception of geographical slant. Perception. 39: 464-82
Zadra JR, Linkegauger SA, Proffitt DR. (2010) Effort affects perceived distance to objects within reach Journal of Vision. 6: 722-722
Zadra J, Schnall S, Weltman AL, et al. (2010) Direct Physiological Evidence for an Economy of Action: Bioenergetics and the Perception of Spatial Layout Journal of Vision. 10: 54-54
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