Thomas F. Shipley
Thomas F. Shipley
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A theory of visual interpolation in object perception
PJ Kellman, TF Shipley
Cognitive psychology 23 (2), 141-221, 1991
8881991
Strength of visual interpolation depends on the ratio of physically specified to total edge length
TF Shipley, PJ Kellman
Perception & psychophysics 52 (1), 97-106, 1992
2241992
Understanding events: From perception to action
TF Shipley, JM Zacks
Oxford University Press, 2008
162*2008
Thinking about spatial thinking: New typology, new assessments
NS Newcombe, TF Shipley
Studying visual and spatial reasoning for design creativity, 179-192, 2015
1412015
The effect of object and event orientation on perception of biological motion
TF Shipley
Psychological Science 14 (4), 377-380, 2003
1352003
Getting lost in buildings
LA Carlson, C Hölscher, TF Shipley, RC Dalton
Current Directions in Psychological Science 19 (5), 284-289, 2010
1342010
Perception of partly occluded objects and illusory figures: Evidence for an identity hypothesis.
TF Shipley, PJ Kellman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 18 (1), 106, 1992
1341992
A common mechanism for illusory and occluded object completion.
PJ Kellman, C Yin, TF Shipley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 24 (3), 859, 1998
1221998
Variations in cognitive maps: Understanding individual differences in navigation.
SM Weisberg, VR Schinazi, NS Newcombe, TF Shipley, RA Epstein
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (3), 669, 2014
1152014
Hippocampal size predicts rapid learning of a cognitive map in humans
VR Schinazi, D Nardi, NS Newcombe, TF Shipley, RA Epstein
Hippocampus 23 (6), 515-528, 2013
1152013
Surface completion complements boundary interpolation in the visual integration of partly occluded objects
C Yin, PJ Kellman, TF Shipley
Perception 26 (11), 1459-1479, 1997
861997
Spatiotemporal boundary formation: Boundary, form, and motion perception from transformations of surface elements.
TF Shipley, PJ Kellman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 123 (1), 3, 1994
861994
The role of discontinuities in the perception of subjective figures
TF Shipley, PJ Kellman
Perception & Psychophysics 48 (3), 259-270, 1990
851990
Commentary: Analogical thinking in geoscience education
BD Jee, DH Uttal, D Gentner, C Manduca, TF Shipley, B Tikoff, ...
Journal of Geoscience Education 58 (1), 2-13, 2010
812010
Surface integration influences depth discrimination
C Yin, PJ Kellman, TF Shipley
Vision Research 40 (15), 1969-1978, 2000
792000
Object interpolation in three dimensions.
PJ Kellman, P Garrigan, TF Shipley
Psychological review 112 (3), 586, 2005
742005
Influence of the perception of biological or non-biological motion on movement execution
CA Bouquet, V Gaurier, T Shipley, L Toussaint, Y Blandin
Journal of Sports Sciences 25 (5), 519-530, 2007
632007
Effects of brief imitative experience on EEG desynchronization during action observation
PJ Marshall, CA Bouquet, TF Shipley, T Young
Neuropsychologia 47 (10), 2100-2106, 2009
572009
Do all science disciplines rely on spatial abilities? Preliminary evidence from self-report questionnaires
M Hegarty, RD Crookes, D Dara-Abrams, TF Shipley
International Conference on Spatial Cognition, 85-94, 2010
552010
A theory of dynamic occluded and illusory object perception.
EM Palmer, PJ Kellman, TF Shipley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 135 (4), 513, 2006
552006
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