Michael K. McBeath

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Perception and Action
"Michael McBeath"
Mean distance: 16.25 (cluster 15)


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Roger Newland Shepard grad student 1985-1990 Stanford
 (Ph.D. in Psycholgy, minor in Elec.Engin.)
Mary K. Kaiser post-doc 1990-1992 NASA Ames Research Center
 (Aerospace Human Factors Research Division)


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Clifford F. Lewis grad student Kent State
Kristopher Jake Patten grad student 2010- Arizona State
John G. Neuhoff grad student 1992-1996 Kent State
John Jewell grad student 1998 Kent State
Dennis M. Shaffer grad student 1998 Kent State
Angelique A. Scharine grad student 1998-2002 Arizona State
Shannon E. Morgan grad student 2004 Arizona State
Suzanne Khalil grad student 2005 Arizona State
Chrystal D. Oberle grad student 2005 Arizona State
Igor Dolgov grad student 2003-2009 Arizona State
Steven R. Holloway grad student 2007-2011 Arizona State
Flavio J. da Silva grad student 2013 Arizona State
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Tang TY, McBeath MK. (2020) Egocentric Temporal Order Bias Robust Across Manipulations of Cue Predictability and Sensory Modality. Scientific Reports. 10: 2958
Tang TY, McBeath MK. (2019) Who hit the ball out? An egocentric temporal order bias. Science Advances. 5: eaav5698
McBeath MK, Tang TY, Shaffer DM. (2018) The geometry of consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition
Wang W, McBeath MK, Sugar TG. (2015) Optical angular constancy is maintained as a navigational control strategy when pursuing robots moving along complex pathways. Journal of Vision. 15
Wang W, McBeath MK, Sugar TG. (2015) Navigational strategy used to intercept fly balls under real-world conditions with moving visual background fields. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 77: 613-25
Mennenga SE, Baxter LC, Grunfeld IS, et al. (2014) Navigating to new frontiers in behavioral neuroscience: traditional neuropsychological tests predict human performance on a rodent-inspired radial-arm maze. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 8: 294
Dye RA, Crawford TM, Mcbeath MK. (2014) Absence of lateral navigational bias in young children. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 119: 292-300
Shaffer DM, Krauchunas SM, Eddy M, et al. (2011) How Dogs Navigate to Catch Frisbees Heuristics: the Foundations of Adaptive Behavior
Glenberg AM, Lopez-Mobilia G, McBeath M, et al. (2010) Knowing beans: Human mirror mechanisms revealed through motor adaptation Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 4
Stone JP, McBeath MK. (2010) Gender differences in distance estimates when exposed to multiple routes Environment and Behavior. 42: 469-478
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