Eleanor J. Gibson

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
"Eleanor Gibson"
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James A. Ferwerda research assistant Rochester Institute of Technology
Karen Adolph grad student Emory (PsychTree)
Roberta Michnick Golinkoff grad student Cornell
Harry Osser grad student (Philosophy Tree)
Anne Pick grad student Cornell
Herbert L. Pick grad student
Nancy Rader grad student
Mark Schmuckler grad student Cornell
Albert Yonas grad student Cornell
Elizabeth S. Spelke grad student 1973-1977 Cornell
Lorraine E. Bahrick grad student 1975-1979 Cornell
Cynthia Owsley grad student 1975-1980 Cornell
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Gibson EJ. (2003) The World Is So Full of a Number of Things: On Specification and Perceptual Learning Ecological Psychology. 15: 283-287
Gibson EJ. (2000) Perceptual Learning in Development: Some Basic Concepts Ecological Psychology. 12: 295-302
Gibson EJ. (2000) Where Is the Information for Affordances? Ecological Psychology. 12: 53-56
Adolph KE, Eppler MA, Gibson EJ. (1993) Crawling versus walking infants' perception of affordances for locomotion over sloping surfaces. Child Development. 64: 1158-74
Gibson EJ, Adolph KE. (1992) The Perceived Self in Infancy Psychological Inquiry. 3: 119-121
Gibson EJ, Schmuckler MA. (1989) Going Somewhere: An Ecological and Experimental Approach to Development of Mobility Ecological Psychology. 1: 3-25
Stoffregen TA, Schmuckler MA, Gibson EJ. (1987) Use of central and peripheral optical flow in stance and locomotion in young walkers. Perception. 16: 113-9
Gibson EJ, Riccio G, Schmuckler MA, et al. (1987) Detection of the traversability of surfaces by crawling and walking infants. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 13: 533-44
Gibson EJ. (1987) Introductory Essay: What Does Infant Perception Tell Us About Theories of Perception? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 13: 515-523
Gibson EJ, Walker AS. (1984) Development of knowledge of visual-tactual affordances of substance. Child Development. 55: 453-60
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