Michael T. Turvey
CESPA - CENTER FOR THE ECOLOGICAL STUDY OF PERCEPTION AND ACTION
- Wikipedia:James J. Gibson - Gibsonian psychology
- Ecological Psychology online
- Turvey, Michael T. 2009. On the Notion and Implications of Organism-Environment System Ecological Psychology 21(2): 97 - 111.
- Turvey, Michael T., and Robert E. Shaw. 1995. Toward an Ecological Physics and a Physical Psychology. In, Robert L. Solso and Dominic W. Massaro, eds., The science of the mind. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Turvey, Michael T., and Shaw, Robert E. 1979. The primacy of perceiving: An ecological reformulation of perception for understanding memory. In L.-G. Nilssen (Ed.), Studies of memory: In honor of Uppsala University’s 500th anniversary (pp. 167–222). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
- Oyama, S. (2000). Evolution’s eye: A system’s view of the biology-culture divide. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
- Swenson, R., & Turvey, M. T. (1991). Thermodynamic reasons for perception-action cycles. Ecological Psychology, 3, 317–348.
- Wagman, J. B., & Miller, D. B. (2003). Nested reciprocities: The organism-environment system in perception-action and development. Developmental Psychobiology, 42, 317–334.
- West, M. J., & King, A. P. (1987). Settling nature and nurture into an ontogenetic niche. Developmental Psychobiology 20: 549–562.
Dynamic touch from A Dictionary of Psychology
Coordination dynamics from Scholarpedia
Jeffrey Elman UCSD
Pub chat: What was the ref. to the analytic capabilities of chimps etc?
- Kornell, N., Son, L., Terrace, Herbert S. (2007) Transfer of metacognitive skills and hint seeking in monkeys. Psychological Science: 18 (1), 64-71.
And do you have a short list of other items still in memory?
- ROSEN IMPREDICATIVITY (2001)
- HYPERSETS TO EXPRESS SELF-REFERENCE, For relevant papers see Anthony Chemero, Michael T. Turvey 2008 Autonomy and hypersets Biosystems 91(2):320-330.
- Dale Purves' TROPHIC (NUTRITION) THEORY OF GENESIS OF NEURAL CONNECTIONS (SEE HIS 'BODY AND BRAIN' 1988) VERSUS EDELMAN AND CHANGEUX] "Purves has greatly advanced our understanding of the development of the hierarchic network of specific synaptic connections characteristic of the mature nervous system by providing evidence for a hierarchy of trophic factors, each elaborated by a postsynaptic cell and needed by a presynaptic cell." PNAS