Resources for Ecological Psychology: The Book Series

All published by:
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
10 Industrial Avenue
Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-2262

  1. Reasons for Realism  (1982).
    Edward S. Reed and Rebecca Jones, Eds.
  2. Persistence and Change: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Event Perception   (1985).
    William H. Warren, Jr. and Robert E. Shaw, Eds.
  3. Issues in the Ecological Study of Learning  (1985).
    Timothy D. Johnston and Alexandra T. Pietrewicz, Eds.
  4. Event Cognition: An Ecological Perspective   (1986).
    Viki McCabe and Gerald Balzano, Eds.
  5. The Reciprocity of Perceiver and Environment: The Evolution of James J. Gibson’s Ecological Psychology   (1987).
    Thomas J. Lombardo
  6. Information, Natural Law, and the Self-Assembly of Rhythmic Movement   (1987).
    Peter N. Kugler and Michael T. Turvey
  7. Social and Applied Aspects of Perceiving Faces   (1988).
    Thomas Alley, Ed.
  8. Perception and control of self-motion   (1990).
    Rik Warren and Alex Wertheim, Eds.
  9. Michotte’s experimental phenomenology of perception   (1991).
    Georges ThinËs, Alan Costall and George Butterworth, Eds.
  10. Perceiving events and objects   (1994).
    Gunnar Jansson, Sten St¸re Bergstr–m and William Epstein, Eds.
  11. Global perspectives on the ecology of human-machine systems   Volume 1   (1995).
    John Flach, Peter Hancock, Jeff Caird and Kim Vicente, Eds.
  12. Local applications of the ecological approach to human-machine systems   Volume 2   (1995).
    Peter Hancock, John Flach, Jeff Caird and Kim Vicente. Eds.
  13. Dexterity and its Development   printed with the text of On dexterity and its development by Nicholai Bernstein, translated by Mark Latash (1996).
    Mark Latash and Michael Turvey. Eds.
  14. Ecological Psychology in Context (2001).
    Harry Heft

Series Editors:

William M. Mace
Michael T. Turvey
Robert E. Shaw