John Franchak
John Franchak
Department of Psychology, University of California, Riverside
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The development of motor behavior
KE Adolph, JM Franchak
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 8 (1-2), e1430, 2017
Head‐mounted eye tracking: A new method to describe infant looking
JM Franchak, KS Kretch, KC Soska, KE Adolph
Child development 82 (6), 1738-1750, 2011
Crawling and walking infants see the world differently
KS Kretch, JM Franchak, KE Adolph
Child development 85 (4), 1503-1518, 2014
Visually guided navigation: Head-mounted eye-tracking of natural locomotion in children and adults
JM Franchak, KE Adolph
Vision research 50 (24), 2766-2774, 2010
Learning by doing: Action performance facilitates affordance perception
JM Franchak, DJ van der Zalm, KE Adolph
Vision research 50 (24), 2758-2765, 2010
Gut estimates: Pregnant women adapt to changing possibilities for squeezing through doorways
JM Franchak, KE Adolph
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76, 460-472, 2014
See and be seen: Infant–caregiver social looking during locomotor free play
JM Franchak, KS Kretch, KE Adolph
Developmental science 21 (4), e12626, 2018
Perception of passage through openings depends on the size of the body in motion
JM Franchak, EC Celano, KE Adolph
Experimental brain research 223, 301-310, 2012
Affordances as probabilistic functions: Implications for development, perception, and decisions for action
J Franchak, K Adolph
Ecological Psychology 26 (1-2), 109-124, 2014
Free viewing gaze behavior in infants and adults
JM Franchak, DJ Heeger, U Hasson, KE Adolph
Infancy 21 (3), 262-287, 2016
What infants know and what they do: perceiving possibilities for walking through openings.
JM Franchak, KE Adolph
Developmental psychology 48 (5), 1254, 2012
Head-mounted eye-tracking of infants' natural interactions: a new method
JM Franchak, KS Kretch, KC Soska, JS Babcock, KE Adolph
Proceedings of the 2010 symposium on eye-tracking research & applications, 21-27, 2010
Ledge and wedge: Younger and older adults’ perception of action possibilities
D Comalli, J Franchak, A Char, K Adolph
Experimental brain research 228, 183-192, 2013
From local to global processing: The development of illusory contour perception
K Nayar, J Franchak, K Adolph, L Kiorpes
Journal of experimental child psychology 131, 38-55, 2015
This hand is my hand: A probabilistic approach to hand disambiguation in egocentric video
S Lee, S Bambach, DJ Crandall, JM Franchak, C Yu
Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern …, 2014
Perception–action development from infants to adults: Perceiving affordances for reaching through openings
S Ishak, JM Franchak, KE Adolph
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 117, 92-105, 2014
Changing opportunities for learning in everyday life: Infant body position over the first year
JM Franchak
Infancy 24 (2), 187-209, 2019
Flexibility in the development of action
KE Adolph, AS Joh, JM Franchak, S Ishak, SV Gill
The psychology of action 2, 399-426, 2008
Gaze in action: Head-mounted eye tracking of children's dynamic visual attention during naturalistic behavior
LK Slone, DH Abney, JI Borjon, C Chen, JM Franchak, D Pearcy, ...
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e58496, 2018
Exploratory behaviors and recalibration: What processes are shared between functionally similar affordances?
JM Franchak
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79, 1816-1829, 2017
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