Publications of interest to the ecological psychology community

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Bill Warren, Karen Adolph, and Michael Turvey interviewed for Nature Machine Intelligence article on affordances


Motion sickness and VR  Tom Stoffregen news


What Matters?: Putting Common Sense to Work. by John Flach and Fred Voorhorst.

in their new book Flach & Voorhorst explore common threads from early functionalist psychologists, ecological psychology, control theory, semiotics, and cognitive systems engineering to better understand the wisdom of common sense and the ability of people to successfully muddle through in a complex world.


This paper by Geoff Bingham’s former students and Geoff is already receiving attention in the popular press in the UK

A Dynamical Analysis of the Suitability of Prehistoric Spheroids from the Cave of Hearths as Thrown Projectiles

Daily Mail

Irish Times


APA’s Division 26: Society for the History of Psychology has selected as the best paper in its journal History of Psychology for 2015 — 

Alan Costall & Paul Morris for “The ‘Textbook Gibson’: The Assimilation of Dissidence.”

* For those of you who have difficulties following the link, the citation of this paper is: Costall, A. & Morris, P.  (2015).  The “textbook Gibson”: The assimilation of dissidence. History of Psychology, Vol 18(1), Feb 2015, 1-14.