Peter Gerhardstein
Peter Gerhardstein
Professor of Psychology, Binghamton University, SUNY
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Recognizing depth-rotated objects: evidence and conditions for three-dimensional viewpoint invariance.
I Biederman, PC Gerhardstein
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 19 (6 …, 1993
Viewpoint-dependent mechanisms in visual object recognition: Reply to Tarr and Bülthoff (1995).
I Biederman, PC Gerhardstein
American Psychological Association 21 (6), 1506, 1995
Infant imitation from television using novel touch screen technology
E Zack, R Barr, P Gerhardstein, K Dickerson, AN Meltzoff
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 27 (1), 13-26, 2009
The ontogeny of long‐term memory over the first year‐and‐a‐half of life
K Hartshorn, C Rovee‐Collier, P Gerhardstein, RS Bhatt, TL Wondoloski, ...
Developmental Psychobiology 32 (2), 69-89, 1998
Developmental changes in the specificity of memory over the first year of life
K Hartshorn, C Rovee‐Collier, P Gerhardstein, RS Bhatt, PJ Klein, ...
Developmental Psychobiology 33 (1), 61-78, 1998
The development of visual search in infants and very young children
P Gerhardstein, C Rovee-Collier
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 81 (2), 194-215, 2002
They can interact, but can they learn? Toddlers’ transfer learning from touchscreens and television
A Moser, L Zimmermann, K Dickerson, A Grenell, R Barr, P Gerhardstein
Journal of experimental child psychology 137, 137-155, 2015
Object memory effects on figure assignment: Conscious object recognition is not necessary or sufficient
MA Peterson, B De Gelder, SZ Rapcsak, PC Gerhardstein, ...
Vision Research 40 (10-12), 1549-1567, 2000
15‐month‐olds’ transfer of learning between touch screen and real‐world displays: language cues and cognitive loads
E Zack, P Gerhardstein, AN Meltzoff, R Barr
Scandinavian journal of psychology 54 (1), 20-25, 2013
Levels‐of‐Processing Effects in Infant Memory?
SA Adler, P Gerhardstein, C Rovee‐Collier
Child Development 69 (2), 280-294, 1998
Age‐related changes in learning across early childhood: A new imitation task
K Dickerson, P Gerhardstein, E Zack, R Barr
Developmental psychobiology 55 (7), 719-732, 2013
The roles of perceptual and categorical similarity in colour pop‐out in infants
P Gerhardstein, P Renner, C Rovee‐Collier
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 17 (3), 403-420, 1999
Age-related hemispheric asymmetry in object discrimination
P Gerhardstein, MA Peterson, SZ Rapcsak
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 20 (2), 174-185, 1998
The ghost in the touchscreen: Social scaffolds promote learning by toddlers
L Zimmermann, A Moser, H Lee, P Gerhardstein, R Barr
Child development 88 (6), 2013-2025, 2017
Detection of contour continuity and closure in three-month-olds
P Gerhardstein, I Kovacs, J Ditre, A Feher
Vision Research 44 (26), 2981-2988, 2004
The dimensional divide: Learning from TV and touchscreens during early childhood
D Hipp, P Gerhardstein, L Zimmermann, A Moser, G Taylor, R Barr
Media Exposure During Infancy and Early Childhood, 33-54, 2017
A dissociation in infants' memory for stimulus size: Evidence for the early development of multiple memory systems
P Gerhardstein, SA Adler, C Rovee-Collier
Developmental Psychobiology 36 (2), 123-135, 2000
High level object recognition without an anterior inferior temporal lobe
I Biederman, PC Gerhardstein, EE Cooper, CA Nelson
Neuropsychologia 35 (3), 271-287, 1997
Viewpoint-dependent mechanisms in visual object recognition: A critical analysis
I Biederman, PC Gerhardstein
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 21 (6 …, 1995
Object-centered attentional biases and object recognition contributions to scene segmentation in left-and right-hemisphere-damaged patients
MA Peterson, PC Gerhardstein, M Mennemeier, SZ Rapcsak
Psychobiology 26 (4), 357-370, 1998
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