Jessica Kate Witt, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 
Area:
Spatial perception, Embodied perception, Evolutionary perception
Website:
http://amplab.colostate.edu
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Bio:

Undergraduate advisor at Smith College: Jill de Villiers
Graduate advisors at UVA: Dennis Proffitt, Daniel Willingham, William Epstein
Postdoc advisors at UWO: Melvyn Goodale, Jody Culham

Mean distance: 13.77 (cluster 35)
 
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Cross-listing: Evolution Tree

Parents

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William Epstein grad student 2000-2006 UVA
Dennis R. Proffitt grad student 2000-2006 UVA
 (Reachability influences perception via motor simulation.)
Daniel T. Willingham grad student 2003-2006 UVA
Jody C. Culham post-doc 2006-2007 Western Ontario
Melvyn A. Goodale post-doc 2006-2007 Western Ontario

Children

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Mila Sugovic grad student 2013 Purdue
J. Eric T. Taylor grad student 2013 Purdue
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Witt JK, Kemmerer D, Linkenauger SA, et al. (2020) Reanalysis Suggests Evidence for Motor Simulation in Naming Tools Is Limited: A Commentary on Witt, Kemmerer, Linkenauger, and Culham (2010). Psychological Science. 956797620940555
Tenhundfeld NL, Witt JK. (2020) Human and machine: Evaluating whether action automation influences visual perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Laitin EL, Tymoski MJ, Tenhundfeld NL, et al. (2019) The uphill battle for action-specific perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Witt JK, Tenhundfeld NL, Tymoski MJ. (2017) Is There a Chastity Belt on Perception? Psychological Science. 956797617730892
Tenhundfeld NL, Witt JK. (2017) Distances on hills look farther than distances on flat ground: Evidence from converging measures. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
King ZR, Tenhundfeld NL, Witt JK. (2017) What you see and what you are told: an action-specific effect that is unaffected by explicit feedback. Psychological Research
Taylor JE, Witt JK, Pratt J. (2017) A different kind of weapon focus: simulated training with ballistic weapons reduces change blindness. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 2: 3
Witt JK, Sugovic M, Tenhundfeld NL, et al. (2016) An action-specific effect on perception that avoids all pitfalls. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 39: e261
Witt JK, Tenhundfeld NL, Bielak AA. (2016) Dissociating perception from judgment in the action-specific effect of blocking ease on perceived speed. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Witt JK, Taylor JE, Sugovic M, et al. (2016) Further clarifying signal detection theoretic interpretations of the Müller-Lyer and sound-induced flash illusions. Journal of Vision. 16: 19
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