Justin Wood

Psychology University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Animal Cognition, Vision
"Justin Wood"
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Marc David Hauser grad student 2003-2008 USC


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Jason G. Goldman grad student 2013 USC
Zhisen J. Urgolites grad student 2009-2013 USC
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Wood SMW, Johnson SP, Wood JN. (2019) Automated Study Challenges the Existence of a Foundational Statistical-Learning Ability in Newborn Chicks. Psychological Science. 956797619868998
Wood SMW, Wood JN. (2019) Using automation to combat the replication crisis: A case study from controlled-rearing studies of newborn chicks. Infant Behavior & Development. 57: 101329
Prasad A, Wood SMW, Wood JN. (2018) Using automated controlled rearing to explore the origins of object permanence. Developmental Science. e12796
Wood JN, Wood SMW. (2018) The Development of Invariant Object Recognition Requires Visual Experience With Temporally Smooth Objects. Cognitive Science
Wood JN, Wood SMW. (2017) Measuring the speed of newborn object recognition in controlled visual worlds. Developmental Science. 20
Wood JN. (2016) A smoothness constraint on the development of object recognition. Cognition. 153: 140-145
Wood JN, Wood SM. (2016) The development of newborn object recognition in fast and slow visual worlds. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 283
Wood JN, Prasad A, Goldman JG, et al. (2016) Enhanced learning of natural visual sequences in newborn chicks. Animal Cognition
Wood SM, Wood JN. (2015) Face recognition in newly hatched chicks at the onset of vision. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 41: 206-15
Goldman JG, Wood JN. (2015) An automated controlled-rearing method for studying the origins of movement recognition in newly hatched chicks. Animal Cognition. 18: 723-31
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