The 2002 North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology (ISEP)


Miami University, Oxford, Ohio


May 23 - 25, 2002

All information on this notice is current as of May 16, 2002

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Schedule for ISEP 2002 NA Meeting

Thursday: May 23, 2002

3 pm: Informal welcome / registration (People can register either at Tappan Hall or Benton Hall)

. 4 - 6 pm: Inertia Tensor Tutorial (Chris Pagano & Jeff Wagman) (Benton 105/107)

7 pm: Social Event (Uptown??)

Friday: May 24, 2002

8 - 9 am: Welcome / registration/ continental breakfast (Available at both Tappan Hall and Art 100)

9 - 11:30 am: Paper Session I (Open Session ) -- Art 100

Collisions: Getting Them Under Control

John M. Flach, Matthew Smith, Terry Stanard, & Scott Dittman

Wright State University

 

Progress Toward an Ecological Conception of Space and its Perception

Michael T. Turvey

CESPA University of Connecticut

 

A Case Study in the Ecology of Cognitive Work

Robert R. Hoffman

 University of West Florida

 

12 - 2:00 pm: Lunch / Poster Session I -- Shriver Multipurpose Room

3 - 5:30 pm: Paper Session II (VE symposium) -- Art 100

 

Virtual Study of Perception and Action: An Introduction

L. James Smart, Jr. & Michael A. Riley

Miami University & University of Cincinnati

 

Interception of Moving Objects on Foot: Making the Open-Field Tackle

Brett Fajen

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

 

Space Perception and Reaching in Virtual Environments

Geoff Bingham

Indiana University

 

Real Information from Virtual Environments: An Interrogation

Rik Warren

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

 

6:30 pm - 8pm: Dinner (Heritage Room, Shriver Center)

8:30 pm - ???: After dinner discussion panel (Harry Heft's new book, Ecological Psychology in Context) Tappan Lounge [Tony Chemero, Bill Mace, Alex Kirlik, Fred Owens, Harry Heft]

Saturday: May 25, 2002

8 - 9 am: Welcome / registration/ continental breakfast (Tappan Hall / Art 100)

9 - 11:30 am: Paper Session III (Affordance Symposium) Art 100

 

What is an Affordance? The Answer Depends on Who You Ask

Keith Jones

Kansas State University

 

Affordances: Four Points of Debate

Claire Michaels

CESPA ΠUniversity of Connecticut

 

Affordances, Ecological Optics, and the Threat of Reification

Harry Heft

Denison University

 

Contrasting Definitions of Affordance

Thomas A. Stoffregen

University of Minnesota

 

12 - 2:00 pm: Lunch / Poster Session II Bell Tower (1/11/02)

3 - 5:30 pm: Paper Session IV (Open topics) Art 100

 

Visual Information for Controlling Step Length in Running

William P. Berg, & Leonard S. Mark

Miami University

 

Nonphysical Factors and Auditory Space Perception

Michael K. Russell & Melissa E. Milanak

Washburn University & Bucknell University

 

Prism Adaptation and Proprioceptive Frames of Reference for Perception & Action

Michael A. Riley

University of Cincinnati

 

Theoretical Hubris and the Willingness to be Radical: An Open Letter to James J. Gibson

Robert E. Shaw

CESPA University of Connecticut

 

 

6 pm until ---: Social Event / Departures

Reception at home of Len and Lynn Mark

Sunday: May 26, 2002

8am - 12pm Check Out / Departures (Tappan Hall)

Continental Breakfast (Tappan Hall)

Poster Session I May 24, 2002: Shriver Multipurpose Room (AB)

 

Handedness Effects in Haptic Perception

Carello, C., Adams, C., Starski, J., Salaman, A., & Wagman, J. B.

CESPA University of Connecticut

 

Haptic Metamers are a Function of Movement

Carello, C., Shockley, K., Harrison, S., & Turvey, M. T.

CESPA University of Connecticut

 

Haptic Perception of Relative Phase Variability

Wilson, A., & Bingham, G. P.

Indiana University

 

Visual Guidance Improves Tangible Picture Perception

Heller, M. A.

Eastern Illinois University

 

The Effects of Direction and Magnitude of Optically Induced Proprioceptive Shift on Interlimb Rhythmic Coordination

Black, D. P., & Riley, M. A.

University of Cincinnati

 

Enhanced Postural Stability in Individuals with Balance Training

Schmit, J. M., Rejacques, D. I., & Riley, M. A.

University of Cincinnati

 

Development of an Auditory User-Interface Library for the Voice Web: Can the Ecological Perspective Provide a Framework for Identifying Auditory Affordances that Guide Action?

Moritz, R.

Sprint PCS

 

Coordinating Movements Used in Reaching

Mark, L. S., Humphrey, A., Siefried, M., & Smart, L. J.

Miami University

 

Adapting to Changes in Reaching Capabilities

Humphrey, A., Mark, L. S., & Smart, L. J.

Miami University

 

Poster Session II May 25, 2002: Bell Tower

 

Perceiving Size in Virtual Displays

Richardson, A., Mark, L. S., Dainoff, M. J., Smart, L. J., & Otten, E. W.

Miami University

 

The Fragile appliance: Computer Technology in Daily Use

Dainoff, M. J., & Davis, N. C.

Miami University

 

Application of Human Factors to an Industrial Process

Davis, N. C., & Dainoff, M. J.

Miami University

 

Single Person to Inter-Person Affordances in Lifting Objects

Kerry L. Marsh, Michael J. Richardson, & Reuben M. Baron

CESPA University of Connecticut

 

The Effect of Expectation on Verbal and Reaching Responses to Visually Perceived Egocentric Distances

Pagano, C. C., & Stephenson, A. K.

Clemson University

 

Postural Control, and Geo and Egocentric referential Perception in a Changing Gravitoinertial Field

Merhi, O. A., Sares, F., Bourdin, C., Blouin, J., & Gauthier, G. M.

University of Minnesota

 

Coordination in Conversations: Reciprocity of Self-Disclosure and Gossip Among Adolescent Friends

Valenti, S. S., Ross, E., Anderson, M., Schwartz, J., Fields, T., & Biscoti, L.

Hofstra University

 

Haptic Perception of Small Objects

Hove, P. Tollner, A., Klein, M., Riley, M., & Santana, M.

Universiy of Cincinnati

 

Task Specific Postural Adaptation

Mobley, B. S., Smart, L. J., Amin, M., Graban, L., Otten, E., Hinton, K.,

& Smith, D.

Miami University

 

Surface and Visual Constraints on Postural Motion

Smith, D. L., Otten, E. W., Hinton, K., Smart, L. J., Mobley, B., Amin, M., Graban, L., Crompton, K., & Manuel, J.

Miami University

 


Jay Smart
Department of Psychology, Benton Hall
Miami University
Oxford, OH 45056
(513) 529-1656

-or-

Email: SmartLJ@muohio.edu

*Registration Fee: $100 (includes conference materials, breakfast, lunch, and one dinner (Friday)) due April 1st 2002
*On campus housing (dorm) is available for an additional $80 (for Thursday evening - Sunday morning) due w/ registration fee.
*Rooms have also been reserved at the Marcum Inn/Conference center ($80/night single or double) - Must reserve directly with the Conference center (513) 529-6911; or there are many hotels within driving distance of Miami (Best Western and Hampton Inn are in Oxford)

** Also please indicate if you are planning to attend the Tutorial on Thursday (5/23/02) - at your earliest convenience.


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