Roger Newland Shepard

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Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Parents

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Carl I. Hovland grad student Yale (Neurotree)
George A. Miller post-doc Harvard

Children

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Joshua Tenenbaum research assistant 1991-1991 Stanford (Neurotree)
Daniel J. Levitin research assistant 1990-1992 Stanford
Lynn Cooper grad student Stanford (Neurotree)
Carol  L. Krumhansl grad student Stanford
Geoffrey F. Miller grad student Stanford
Maggie Shiffrar grad student Stanford
Jennifer J. Freyd grad student 1983 Stanford (Neurotree)
Michael K. McBeath grad student 1985-1990 Stanford (Neurotree)
Leda Cosmides post-doc UC Santa Barbara
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Lakatos S, Shepard RN. (1997) Constraints common to apparent motion in visual, tactile, and auditory space. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 23: 1050-60
Lakatos S, Shepard RN. (1997) Time-distance relations in shifting attention between locations on one's body. Perception & Psychophysics. 59: 557-66
Myung IJ, Shepard RN. (1996) Maximum entropy inference and stimulus generalization Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 40: 342-347
Hut P, Shepard RN. (1996) Turning 'the hard problem' upside down & sideways Journal of Consciousness Studies. 3: 313-329
Miller GF, Shepard RN. (1993) An objective criterion for apparent motion based on phase discrimination. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 19: 48-62
Shepard RN, Cooper LA. (1992) Representation of Colors in the Blind, Color-Blind, and Normally Sighted Psychological Science. 3: 97-104
Shiffrar MM, Shepard RN. (1991) Comparison of cube rotations around axes inclined relative to the environment or to the cube. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 17: 44-54
Carlton EH, Shepard RN. (1990) Psychologically simple motions as geodesic paths II. Symmetric objects Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 34: 189-228
Carlton EH, Shepard RN. (1990) Psychologically simple motions as geodesic paths I. Asymmetric objects Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 34: 127-188
McBeath MK, Shepard RN. (1989) Apparent motion between shapes differing in location and orientation: a window technique for estimating path curvature. Perception & Psychophysics. 46: 333-7
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