Erik J. Schlicht

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Behavioral decision theory
Website:
http://schlicht.org
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Dan Kersten grad student 2007 UMN
 (Statistical decision theory for human perception -action cycles.)
Paul Schrater grad student 2007 UMN
 (Statistical decision theory for human perception -action cycles.)
Ken Nakayama post-doc Harvard
Shinsuke Shimojo post-doc Caltech
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Schlicht EJ, Lee R, Wolpert DH, et al. (2012) Predicting the behavior of interacting humans by fusing data from multiple sources Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence - Proceedings of the 28th Conference, Uai 2012. 756-764
Schlicht EJ, Shimojo S, Camerer CF, et al. (2010) Human wagering behavior depends on opponents' faces. Plos One. 5: e11663
Schlicht EJ, Schrater PR. (2007) Effects of visual uncertainty on grasping movements. Experimental Brain Research. 182: 47-57
Schlicht EJ, Schrater PR. (2007) Impact of coordinate transformation uncertainty on human sensorimotor control. Journal of Neurophysiology. 97: 4203-14
Stankiewicz BJ, Legge GE, Mansfield JS, et al. (2006) Lost in virtual space: studies in human and ideal spatial navigation. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 32: 688-704
Schlicht EJ, Schrater PR. (2003) Bayesian model for reaching and grasping peripheral and occluded targets Journal of Vision. 3: 261a
Legge GE, Mason SJ, Brady M, et al. (2003) Maplets: Local geometrical components of human cognitive maps Journal of Vision. 3: 136a
Schlicht EJ, Schrater PR, Kersten D, et al. (2001) How well you reach depends on where you look Journal of Vision. 1: 320a
Stankiewicz BJ, Legge GE, Schlicht E. (2001) The effect of layout complexity on human and ideal navigation performance Journal of Vision. 1: 189a
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