James Jerome Gibson

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Ecological Psychology
"James Gibson"
Mean distance: 15.49 (cluster 8)
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Edwin Bissell Holt grad student Princeton
Herbert Langfeld grad student Princeton
Herbert Sidney Langfield grad student Harvard
Kurt Koffka post-doc 1928-1941 Smith College
 (...listened regularly from 1928 to 1941...Koffka, along with Holt, was a main influence on my psychological thinking.(Gibson, 1967, Autobiography, p. 130-131))


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Eleanor J. Gibson research assistant Cornell
John M. Kennedy grad student Cornell (PsychTree)
Herbert L. Pick grad student
Rik Warren grad student Cornell
Albert Yonas grad student UMN
Jacob Beck grad student 1958 Cornell (PsychTree)
Robert E. Shaw post-doc Cornell
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Gibson JJ. (2009) Reprinted from The British Journal of Psychology (1958), 49, 182-194: Visually controlled locomotion and visual orientation in animals. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953). 100: 259-71
Gibson JJ. (1976) The Myth of Passive Perception: A Reply to Richards Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. 37: 234
Gibson JJ, Ronchi V. (1976) Comments on Maurin's Discussion of Visual Perception Hypotheses Leonardo. 9: 87
Gibson JJ. (1974) Visualizing Conceived As Visual Apprehending Without Any Particular Point Of Observation Leonardo. 7: 41-42
Gibson JJ. (1973) Direct visual perception: a reply to Gyr. Psychological Bulletin. 79: 396-7
Gibson JJ. (1973) On The Concept Of 'Formless Invariants' In Visual Perception* Leonardo. 6: 43-45
Gibson JJ, Sow I, Oughourlian JM, et al. (1971) On Hallucination and Perception Leonardo. 4: 405
Gibson JJ. (1968) What gives rise to the perception of motion? Psychological Review. 75: 335-46
GIBSON EJ, GIBSON JJ, PICK AD, et al. (1962) A developmental study of the discrimination of letter-like forms. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 55: 897-906
GIBSON EJ, GIBSON JJ, SMITH OW, et al. (1959) Motion parallax as a determinant of perceived depth. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 58: 40-51
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