Eric Amazeen, PhD

Psychology Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Action and Perception, Ecological Psychology
"Eric Amazeen"
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Patten KJ, Greer K, Likens AD, et al. (2020) The trajectory of thought: Heavy-tailed distributions in memory foraging promote efficiency. Memory & Cognition
Waddell ML, Amazeen EL. (2019) Does Attention Modify Contributions to Heaviness Perception? Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 1-13
Waddell ML, Amazeen EL. (2018) Lift speed moderates the effects of muscle activity on perceived heaviness. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 71: 2174-2185
Waddell ML, Amazeen EL. (2017) Evaluating the contributions of muscle activity and joint kinematics to weight perception across multiple joints. Experimental Brain Research
Stylianou M, Kulinna PH, van der Mars H, et al. (2016) Before-school running/walking club: Effects on student on-task behavior Preventive Medicine Reports. 3: 196-202
Waddell ML, Fine JM, Likens AD, et al. (2015) Perceived Heaviness in the Context of Newton's Second Law: Combined Effects of Muscle Activity and Lifting Kinematics. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Likens AD, Fine JM, Amazeen EL, et al. (2015) Experimental control of scaling behavior: what is not fractal? Experimental Brain Research
Fine JM, Likens AD, Amazeen EL, et al. (2015) Emergent complexity matching in interpersonal coordination: Local dynamics and global variability. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 41: 723-37
Chen CC, Ringenbach SD, Crews D, et al. (2015) The association between a single bout of moderate physical activity and executive function in young adults with Down syndrome: a preliminary study. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research : Jidr. 59: 589-98
Amazeen EL. (2014) Box shape influences the size-weight illusion during individual and team lifting. Human Factors. 56: 581-91
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