Chris R. Sims, Ph.D.

2013-2017 Psychology Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
 2017- Cognitive Science Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, United States 
"Chris R. Sims"
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Wayne D. Gray grad student 2009 RPI
 (Internal models of embodied dynamics: A computational theory of learning in routine interactive behavior.)
Robert Jacobs post-doc 2009- Rochester
David C. Knill post-doc 2009- Rochester


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Rachel Ann Lerch grad student
Tyler Malloy grad student RPI
Zeming Fang grad student 2018-2022 RPI
Rochelle Kaper grad student 2024 RPI
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Sims CR, Lerch RA, Tarduno JA, et al. (2022) Conceptual knowledge shapes visual working memory for complex visual information. Scientific Reports. 12: 8088
Bates CJ, Sims CR, Jacobs RA. (2020) The importance of constraints on constraints. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 43: e3
Bates CJ, Lerch RA, Sims CR, et al. (2019) Adaptive allocation of human visual working memory capacity during statistical and categorical learning. Journal of Vision. 19: 11
Sims CR. (2018) Efficient coding explains the universal law of generalization in human perception. Science (New York, N.Y.). 360: 652-656
Sims CR. (2016) Rate-distortion theory and human perception. Cognition. 152: 181-98
Lerch RA, Sims CR. (2016) Decision theory, motor planning, and visual memory: deciding where to reach when memory errors are costly. Experimental Brain Research. 234: 1589-97
Sims C, Lerch R. (2016) A new vocabulary for understanding limits on perception Journal of Vision. 16: 1435
Lerch R, Sims C. (2016) A Comparison of Haptic and Visual Memory Suggests Domain General Principles in Perceptual Working Memory Journal of Vision. 16: 1066
Lerch RA, Cui H, Patwardhan S, et al. (2016) Exploring haptic working memory as a capacity-limited information channel Ieee Haptics Symposium, Haptics. 2016: 113-118
Sims CR. (2015) The cost of misremembering: Inferring the loss function in visual working memory. Journal of Vision. 15
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