1973 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Communication, Cognitive psychology, Perception, Rhythm and Body movement are his primary areas of study. The Communication study combines topics in areas such as Speech recognition, Movement, Inertia, Set and Haptic technology. His research in Speech recognition intersects with topics in Visual masking, Spatial perception and Masking.
His research integrates issues of Motor processes, Cognition, Orthography, Homophone and Developmental psychology in his study of Cognitive psychology. His study in Perception is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Affordance, Phenomenon, Control and Ecological psychology. His study on Rhythm also encompasses disciplines like
His main research concerns Communication, Perception, Linguistics, Cognitive psychology and Artificial intelligence. Michael T. Turvey has included themes like Speech recognition, Rhythm and Moment of inertia in his Communication study. His Perception research includes themes of Object, Cognitive science and Haptic technology.
His Linguistics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Lexical decision task and Priming. His Cognitive psychology research integrates issues from Social psychology and Cognition. Michael T. Turvey usually deals with Artificial intelligence and limits it to topics linked to Computer vision and Orientation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Perception, Cognitive psychology, Cognitive science, Communication and Artificial intelligence. His work carried out in the field of Perception brings together such families of science as Affordance, Object, Haptic technology and Tensegrity. His Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Detrended fluctuation analysis, Social psychology, Anticipation, Sensitivity and Adaptation.
The concepts of his Cognitive science study are interwoven with issues in Control, Action, Cognition, Motor control and Ecological psychology. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Communication and Odometry. In his study, Torso and Orientation is inextricably linked to Computer vision, which falls within the broad field of Artificial intelligence.
Michael T. Turvey mostly deals with Perception, Cognitive science, Cognitive psychology, Artificial intelligence and Haptic technology. His Perception study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dynamical systems theory, Communication, Object, Center of pressure and Trunk. Much of his study explores Communication relationship to Affordance.
His studies deal with areas such as Cognition, Ecological psychology and Motor control as well as Cognitive science. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Range, Synchronization, Anticipation and Sensitivity. His Haptic technology research incorporates themes from Quiet standing, Mathematical analysis, Multifractal system and Tensegrity.
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Information, Natural Law, and the Self-Assembly of Rhythmic Movement
Peter Noble Kugler;Michael T. Turvey.
On peripheral and central processes in vision: inferences from an information-processing analysis of masking with patterned stimuli.
Psychological Review (1973)
Affordances and Prospective Control: An Outline of the Ontology
M. T. Turvey.
Ecological Psychology (1992)
Phase transitions and critical fluctuations in the visual coordination of rhythmic movements between people.
R. C. Schmidt;Claudia Carello;M. T. Turvey.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (1990)
1 On the Concept of Coordinative Structures as Dissipative Structures: I. Theoretical Lines of Convergence*
Peter N. Kugler;J.A. Scott Kelso;M.T. Turvey.
Advances in psychology (1980)
Ecological laws of perceiving and acting: In reply to Fodor and Pylyshyn (1981 )*
Michael T. Turvey;R. E. Shaw;Edward S. Reed;William M. Mace.
Self-organization of cognitive performance.
Guy C. Van Orden;John G. Holden;Michael T. Turvey.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (2003)
The motor theory of speech perception reviewed.
Bruno Galantucci;Carol A. Fowler;Carol A. Fowler;Carol A. Fowler;M. T. Turvey;M. T. Turvey.
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review (2006)
Information, affordances, and the control of action in sport.
Brett R. Fajen;Michael A. Riley;Michael T. Turvey.
International Journal of Sport Psychology (2009)
An auditory analogue of the sperling partial report procedure: Evidence for brief auditory storage
Christopher J. Darwin;Christopher J. Darwin;Michael T. Turvey;Michael T. Turvey;Robert G. Crowder.
Cognitive Psychology (1972)
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