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Research Interests for Gregory R. Lockhead

Research Interests: Perception, Sensation, and Psychophysics

Theoretical issues of cognitive processes (perception and categorization), and measurement issues of psychophysics (vision, audition, judgment, context), as they relate to questions about identification and classification (e.g., How will I recognize you the next time I see you?).

Keywords:
Acoustic Stimulation, Adult, Analysis of Variance, Arm, Artificial Limbs, Association, Attention, Auditory Perception, Biofeedback, Psychology, Computer Systems, Context, Data Display, Differential Threshold, Discrimination (Psychology), Discrimination Learning, Distance Perception, Electric Stimulation, Electrodes, Implanted, Eye Movements, Feedback, Female, Figural Aftereffect, Form Perception, Humans, Illusions, Imagination, Information Theory, Judgment, Learning, Light, Loudness, Loudness Perception, Male, Median Nerve, Memory, Mental Recall, Models, Psychological, Motor Skills, Music, Occupational Diseases, Orientation, Perception, Photic Stimulation, Photometry, Pitch, Pitch Discrimination, Pitch Perception, Practice (Psychology), Psychoacoustics, Psychophysics, Reaction Time, Sensation, Sensory Thresholds, Size Perception, Sound, Space Perception, Terminology as Topic, Time Factors, Vision Disorders, Visual Perception
Recent Publications   (search)
  1. Needham, A, Dueker, G, & Lockhead, G.,, Infants’ formation and use of categories to segregate objects. Cognition, 94, 215-240.. (2005).
  2. Lockhead, GR, Absolute judgments are relative: A reinterpretation of some psychophysical ideas, Review of General Psychology, vol. 8 no. 4 (December, 2004), pp. 265-272, American Psychological Association (APA) [doi[abs].
  3. Lockhead, G.R. & Wolbarsht, M., The moon illusion and other toys, in The Moon Illusion, edited by M. Hershenson (2004), pp. 259-266, Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
  4. Huettel, SA; Lockhead, G, Variability is not uniformily bad: The practices of psychologists generate research questions, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, vol. 24 no. 3 (October, 2001), pp. 418-419 [abs].
  5. G. Lockhead, Context and Judgment, in Fechner Day 2001 (2001), pp. 186-192, Pabst Science Publishers, Leipzig, Germany.

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