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Submissions from 2017

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Exploring the Relationship Between Training and Testing Enclosure Size on the Use of Global and Local Geometric Cues During Spatial Reorientation, Z. Kade Bell, Donald G. Sullens, Kent D. Bodily, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Proportional Matching and Probability Judgment: Related Yet Different, Ty W. Boyer, Lindsey Bradley, and Natalie Branch

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Prompting Proportional Reasoning Success and Failure, Ty W. Boyer and Natalie Branch

Submissions from 2016

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Manipulation of Filled and Unfilled Shapes and Shape Words Confirms Saliency Manipulation in a Delayed Match-to-Sample Task, Z. Kade Bell, Joshua E. Edwards, Ty W. Boyer, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Developmental Changes in Infants’ Coordination of Visual Attention During Social Interactions, Bennett I. Bertenthal, Ty W. Boyer, Samuel Harding, and Caitlin Lischer

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The Reciprocity Between Action Understanding and Social Attention, Ty W. Boyer and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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Elementary School Students’ Quantitative Reasoning: Processing Whole Numbers and Proportions, Ty W. Boyer and Natalie Branch

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Observation of Search Strategies Facilitates and Inhibits Subsequent Learning of Spatial Relations Among Locations, Matthew C. Bruster, Kent D. Bodily, Michael F. Brown, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Stroop Interference in a Match-to-Sample Task: Implications for Semantic and Response Competition Accounts, Marshall L. Green, Lawrence Locker, Ty W. Boyer, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Geometric and Tactile Cue Conflict in the Absence of Visual Sense: Evidence From the Reorientation Paradigm, Marshall L. Green, Jonathan E. Roberts, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Spatial Attention to Social Cues is not a Monolithic Process, Samuel M. Harding, Ty W. Boyer, and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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Psychological Inflexibility Predicts Attitudes Toward Syrian Refugees and National Security Policies, Arthur Hatton and Michael Nielsen

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Detecting the Perception of Illusory Spatial Boundaries: Evidence From Distance Judgments, Bradley R. Sturz and Kent D. Bodily

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Psychophysics and Eye-Tracking of Two-Dimensional Rectangle/Square Perception: Implication for Orientation via Geometric Cues?, Bradley R. Sturz, Ty W. Boyer, John F. Magnotti, and Kent D. Bodily

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Dissociating Principal and Medial Axis Predictions: Effects of Training Enclosure Size, Donald G. Sullens, Spencer J. Price, Bradley R. Sturz, and Kent D. Bodily

Eye Contact and Social Attention, M. Wang and Ty W. Boyer

Submissions from 2015

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The Effects of Beacons and Surface Features on Human Spatial Reorientation, Kent D. Bodily, Bradley R. Sturz, and Zachary Kilday

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Proportional and Whole Number Reasoning, Ty W. Boyer and Natalie Branch

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Proportional Reasoning, Whole Number Comparison, and Numerical Estimation, Ty W. Boyer and Carolyn E. Gibson

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Children's Understanding of Probability and Proportionality, Natalie Branch, Brandon Poston, and Ty W. Boyer

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Does Observational Learning Influence Spatial Pattern Learning for Humans?, Matthew C. Bruster, Kent D. Bodily, Michael F. Brown, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Using a Delayed Match-to-Sample Task to Further Investigate the Isolated Processing of Geometric Shapes and Their Corresponding Shape Words, Joshua E. Edwards, Candyce Asby, Travis Baker, Destiny Brooks, Allison Dyches, Ty W. Boyer, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Non-Goal Cues Can Be Used to Disambiguate the Correct From the Rotationally Equivalent Location: Evidence From Blind-Folded Adults, Marshall L. Green, Alicia C. Evans, Jonathan E. Roberts, and Bradley R. Sturz

Training Enclosure Size Affects Spatial Orientation by Principal Axis, Spencer J. Price, Donald G. Sullens, Kent D. Bodily, and Bradley R. Sturz

Submissions from 2014

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Spatial Attention to Pointing Gestures and Arrows, Bennett I. Bertenthal, Samuel Harding, and Ty W. Boyer

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Nine-Month Old Infants’ Covert Imitation of Goal-Directed Actions With and Without Ostensive Cues, Ty W. Boyer, Samuel Harding, and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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An Asymmetry in Shape and Shape Word Interference: Evidence for Core Geometric Knowledge, Joshua E. Edwards, Ty W. Boyer, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Numeracy and Proportional Reasoning, Carolyn E. Gibson and Ty W. Boyer

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Orientation via Enclosure Geometry by Blind-folded Adults: Evidence Against View-based Matching Theories of Spatial Orientation, Marshall L. Green, Katherine A. Gaskin, Jonathan E. Roberts, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Pupillometry: Perceptual Disfluency as Cognitive Load, Juan Diego Guevara Pinto and Ty W. Boyer

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Actions and Reactions: The Effect of Being Imitated, R. Jubran and Ty W. Boyer

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The Sights and Sounds of Action: Visual Attention to Action Effectors During an Image-verb Processing Task, Christopher P. Snyder, Josita Maouene, Nitya Sethuraman, and Ty W. Boyer

Submissions from 2013

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A Comparison of Covert and Overt Orienting of Social Attention, Ty W. Boyer and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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Nine-Month-Old Infants’ Understanding of Actions: What’s Priming Got to Do With It?, Ty W. Boyer, Samuel Harding, and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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Signal Clarity for Infant Quantity Representation, Lisa Cantrell, Ty W. Boyer, Sara Cordes, and Lisa Smith

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Signal Clarity for Infant Quantity Representation, Lisa Cantrell, Ty W. Boyer, Sara Cordes, and Lisa Smith

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Signal Clarity for Infant Numerical Representation, Lisa Cantrell, Ty W. Boyer, and Lisa Smith

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Infants’ Understanding of Others’ Goal-Directed Actions Covaries With Speed of Encoding, Aditi Deodhar, Ty W. Boyer, and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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Haptic Orienting in an Enclosure: Spatial Geometry Learning via Touch, Katherine A. Gaskin, Marshall L. Green, Alicia C. Evans, April A. Graves, Jonathan E. Roberts, Danielle Allen, Rachel Geary, and Bradley R. Sturz

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More Than a Feeling: Incidental Learning of Array Geometry by Blind-Folded Adult Humans Revealed Through Touch, Marshall L. Green, Katherine A. Gaskin, Alicia C. Evans, April A. Graves, Jonathan E. Roberts, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Object Tracking via Spatiotemporal Continuity Vs. Surface Features, Samuel Harding, Ty W. Boyer, and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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Does the Presence of a Non-Coincident Visual Spatial Pattern Facilitate the Learning of Spatial Relations Among Locations?, Scott Katz and Bradley R. Sturz

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Stroop Interference in a Delayed Match-to-Sample Task: Evidence for Semantic Competition, Bradley R. Sturz, Marshall L. Green, Lawrence Locker, and Ty W. Boyer

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Males Show Improved Perspective-Taking Performance When Females Images Occupy Locations in the Spatial Array: Preliminary Evidence Consistent With Sexual Selection of Spatial Skills?, Bradley R. Sturz and Karen Z. Naufel

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Geometric Cues, Reference Frames, and the Equivalence of Experienced-aligned and Novel-Aligned Views in Human Spatial Memory, Bradley R. Sturz, Lori A. Sjolund, and Jonathan W. Kelly

Submissions from 2012

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Nine-Month-Old Infants Do Not Covertly Imitate Disembodied Hands, Alexis A. Barton, Ty W. Boyer, and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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A Gaze-Contingent Paradigm for Studying Infants’ Social Attention, Bennett I. Bertenthal and Ty W. Boyer

A Gaze-contingent Paradigm for Studying Infants’ Social Attention, Bennett I. Bertenthal and Ty W. Boyer

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Developmental Changes in Infants' Visual Attention to Pointing, Bennett I. Bertenthal and Ty W. Boyer

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Developmental Changes in Infants’ Visual Attention to Pointing, Bennett I. Bertenthal and Ty W. Boyer

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A Gaze-Contingent Paradigm for Studying Infants’ Responses to Pointing Gestures, Bennett I. Bertenthal, Ty W. Boyer, and Alexis A. Barton

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Social Attention Is Not Restricted to the Eyes: Pointing Also Automatically Orients Direction of Attention, Bennett I. Bertenthal, Ty W. Boyer, and Ji Min Han

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The Roles of Surface Features and Beacons on the Use of Local and Global Geometric Cues for Reorientation, Kent D. Bodily, Zachary A. Kilday, Caroline K. Eastman, Katherine A. Gaskin, April A. Graves, Jonathan E. Roberts, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Mirroring, Understanding, and Learning From Others' Actions, Ty W. Boyer

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Developmental Prerequisites for Covert Imitation in Nine-month Old Infants, Ty W. Boyer and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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Infants’ Eye Movements While Viewing Naturalistic Actions, Ty W. Boyer, Tian Linger Xu, Chen Yu, and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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Infants’ Visual Attention While Viewing Naturalistic Actions, Ty W. Boyer, Tian Linger Xu, Chen Yu, and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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Developmental Changes in Infants’ Interpretation of Eye Gaze as Goal-Directed, Aditi Deodhar, Ty W. Boyer, Weiwei Chen, and Bennett I. Bertenthal

Rotate or Replace? Learning of Spatial and Tactile Landmarks, Alicia C. Evans, Marshall L. Green, Katherine A. Gaskin, April A. Graves, Jonathan E. Roberts, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Assessment of Human Spatial Blocking With Stable and Unstable Landmarks, Martha R. Forloines, Kent D. Bodily, Bradley R. Sturz, and Ari White

Assessment of Human Spatial Blocking With Stable Versus Unstable Landmarks, Martha R. Forloines, Ari White, Kent D. Bodily, and Bradley R. Sturz

Haptic Spatial Orientation Using Geometry and Features During Conflict, Katherine A. Gaskin, April A. Graves, Marshall L. Green, Alicia C. Evans, Jonathan E. Roberts, and Bradley R. Sturz

Non-Visual Spatial Learning of Array Geometry via Touch, Marshall L. Green, Alicia C. Evans, Katherine A. Gaskin, April A. Graves, Jonathan E. Roberts, and Bradley R. Sturz

Orientation via Enclosure Shape: Observations and Implications, Bradley R. Sturz and Kent D. Bodily

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Enclosure Size and the Use of Local and Global Geometric Cues for Orientation, Bradley R. Sturz, Martha R. Forloines, and Kent D. Bodily

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A Room With a (Different) View: A Role for Field of View in the Reorientation Process, Bradley R. Sturz, Zachary Kilday, Samuel P. Police, and Kent D. Bodily

Submissions from 2009

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Facilitation of Learning Spatial Relations among Goal Locations does not Require Visual Exposure to the Configuration of Goal Locations, Bradley R. Sturz, Debbie M. Kelly, and Michael F. Brown