Roger Newland Shepard

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
"Roger Shepard"
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Joshua Tenenbaum research assistant 1991-1991 Stanford
Daniel J. Levitin research assistant 1990-1992 Stanford
Carol  L. Krumhansl grad student Stanford (PsychTree)
Geoffrey F. Miller grad student Stanford
Maggie Shiffrar grad student Stanford
Lynn A Cooper grad student 1972 Stanford
Jennifer J. Freyd grad student 1983 Stanford
Michael K. McBeath grad student 1985-1990 Stanford
Leda Cosmides post-doc UC Santa Barbara
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Estes WK. (2014) Handbook of learning and cognitive processes: Volume 5 human information processing Handbook of Learning and Cognitive Processes: Volume 5 Human Information Processing. 1-337
Shepard RN. (2008) The step to rationality: the efficacy of thought experiments in science, ethics, and free will. Cognitive Science. 32: 3-35
Shepard RN. (2004) How a cognitive psychologist came to seek universal laws. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 11: 1-23
Shepard RN. (2003) Why color space is structured as it is Journal of Vision. 3: 31a
Shepard RN. (2001) Perceptual-cognitive universals as reflections of the world. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 24: 581-601; discussion
Shepard RN. (2001) On the possibility of universal mental laws: A reply to my critics Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 24: 712-748
Shepard RN. (2000) Gold medal award for life achievement in the science of psychology American Psychologist. 55: 821-823
Shepard RN. (1998) Carl Iver Hovland: June 12, 1912-April 16, 1961. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences (U.S.). 73: 231-60
Shepard RN. (1997) The genetic basis of human scientific knowledge. Ciba Foundation Symposium. 208: 23-31; discussion 31
Lakatos S, Shepard RN. (1997) Constraints common to apparent motion in visual, tactile, and auditory space. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 23: 1050-60
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