Robert E. Shaw

Psychology University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
Ecological psychology
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Flascher I, Shaw RE, Michaels CF, et al. (2006) A primer on the use of intentional dynamics measures and methods in applied research Ecological Psychology. 18: 257-281
Shaw R. (2003) The agent-environment interface: Simon's indirect or Gibson's direct coupling? Ecological Psychology. 15: 37-106
Flascher I, Shaw RE, Michaels CF, et al. (2003) Methods for online management of AmI capabilities relative to users' goals Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 2875: 334-348
Shaw RE, Turvey MT. (1999) Ecological foundations of cognition: II. Degrees of freedom and conserved quantities in animal-environment systems Journal of Consciousness Studies. 6: 111-123
Turvey MT, Shaw RE. (1999) Ecological foundations of cognition: I. Symmetry and specificity of animal-environment systems Journal of Consciousness Studies. 6: 95-110
Sim M, Shaw RE, Turvey MT. (1997) Intrinsic and required dynamics of a simple bat-ball skill. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 23: 101-15
Shaw RE, Effken JA, Fajen BR, et al. (1997) An ecological approach to the on-line assessment of problem-solving paths: Principles and applications Instructional Science. 25: 151-166
Shaw RE, Kadar EE, Turvey MT. (1997) The job description of the cerebellum and a candidate model of its "tidal wave" function Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 20: 265-265
Kadar EE, Shaw RE, Turvey MT. (1997) Path space integrals for modeling experimental measurements of cerebellar functioning Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 20: 253-254
Shaw RE, Mark LS, Jenkins DH, et al. (1982) A dynamic geometry for predicting growth of gross craniofacial morphology. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research. 101: 423-31
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