Jon R. Courtney, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
New Mexico Legislative Finance Committee 
Area:
program evaluation, cognition, psychology
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Timothy L. Hubbard grad student 2001-2006 Texas Christian University
 (Examining memory for area and distance: Untangling the relationship between memory psychophysics and boundary extension.)
Alan Ashworth research scientist Air Force Research Laboratory
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Courtney JR, Prophet R. (2011) Predictors of placement stability at the state level: the use of logistic regression to inform practice. Child Welfare. 90: 127-42
Hubbard TL, Courtney JR. (2010) Cross-modal influences on representational momentum and representational gravity. Perception. 39: 851-62
Hubbard TL, Hutchison JL, Courtney JR. (2010) Boundary extension: findings and theories. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 63: 1467-94
Green P, Flaro L, Courtney J. (2009) Examining false positives on the Word Memory Test in adults with mild traumatic brain injury Brain Injury. 23: 741-750
Hubbard TL, Courtney JR. (2008) The onset-repulsion effect and motion-induced mislocalization of a stationary object. Perception. 37: 1386-98
Motes MA, Hubbard TL, Courtney JR, et al. (2008) A principal components analysis of dynamic spatial memory biases. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 34: 1076-83
Courtney JR, Hubbard TL. (2008) Spatial memory and explicit knowledge: an effect of instruction on representational momentum. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 61: 1778-84
Courtney JR, Motes MA, Hubbard TL. (2007) Multi- and unisensory visual flash illusions. Perception. 36: 516-24
Hubbard TL, Ruppel SE, Courtney JR. (2005) The force of appearance: Gamma movement, naïve impetus, and representational momentum Psicologica. 26: 209-228
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