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Frames-Based "Purple Perils"

Books by Member Authors

Tony Chemero Radical Embodied Cognitive Science

Cathy Dent-Read and Patricia Zukow - Goldring: Evolving Explanations of Development

John Flach (and Peter Hancock, Jeff Caird, and Kim Vicente): Global Perspectives on the Ecology of Human-Machine Systems

John Flach (and Peter Hancock, Jeff Caird and Kim Vicente): Local Applications of the Ecological Approach to Human-Machine Systems

John Flach (actually, Jagacinski and Flach): Control Theory for Humans

Gene Goldfield: Emergent Forms: Origins and Early Development of Human Action and Perception

Harry Heft: Ecological Psychology in Context

Gunnar Jansson (with Sten Stüre Bergström and William Epstein): Perceiving Events and Objects

Alex Kirlik Adaptive Perspectives on Human-Technology Interaction Methods and Models for Cognitive Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction

G-J. Pepping and M. Grealy (Eds.) Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writing of David N. Lee

Ed Reed: James J. Gibson and the Psychology of Perception, Encountering the World, The Necessity of Experience, From Soul to Mind, and Values and Knowledge

Lawrence Rosenblum See What Iím Saying: The Extraordinary Powers of our Five Senses

Michael Turvey: Dexterity and its Development

Kim Vicente: Cognitive Work Analysis and The Human Factor: Revolutionizing the Way People Live with Technology

Kim Vicente (Edited by Alex Kirlik) Human-Tech: Ethical and Scientific Foundations

 


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