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Christopher C. Pagano
Christopher C. Pagano
Clemson Psychology
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Continuum robot arms inspired by cephalopods
ID Walker, DM Dawson, T Flash, FW Grasso, RT Hanlon, B Hochner, ...
Unmanned Ground Vehicle Technology VII 5804, 303-314, 2005
3392005
The necessity of a perception–action approach to definite distance perception: Monocular distance perception to guide reaching.
GP Bingham, CC Pagano
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 24 (1), 145, 1998
2751998
The inertia tensor as a basis for the perception of limb orientation.
CC Pagano, MT Turvey
Journal of experimental psychology: Human perception and performance 21 (5 …, 1995
2311995
Tensorial basis to the constancy of perceived object extent over variations of dynamic touch
CC Pagano, P Fitzpatrick, MT Turvey
Perception & Psychophysics 54, 43-54, 1993
1431993
Comparing measures of monocular distance perception: Verbal and reaching errors are not correlated.
CC Pagano, GP Bingham
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 24 (4 …, 1998
1411998
Eigenvectors of the inertia tensor and perceiving the orientation of a hand-held object by dynamic touch
CC Pagano, MT Turvey
Perception & psychophysics 52 (6), 617-624, 1992
1131992
Role of the inertia tensor in perceiving object orientation by dynamic touch.
MT Turvey, G Burton, CC Pagano, HY Solomon, S Runeson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 18 (3), 714, 1992
1041992
Eigenvectors of the inertia tensor and perceiving the orientations of limbs and objects
CC Pagano, MT Turvey
Journal of Applied Biomechanics 14 (4), 331-359, 1998
961998
Exteroception and exproprioception by dynamic touch are different functions of the inertia tensor
CC Pagano, C Carello, MT Turvey
Perception & psychophysics 58 (8), 1191-1202, 1996
931996
Role of the inertia tensor in haptically perceiving where an object is grasped.
CC Pagano, JM Kinsella-Shaw, PE Cassidy, MT Turvey
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 20 (2), 276, 1994
721994
Near-field distance perception in real and virtual environments using both verbal and action responses
PE Napieralski, BM Altenhoff, JW Bertrand, LO Long, SV Babu, ...
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 8 (3), 1-19, 2011
712011
Spatial and physical frames of reference in positioning a limb
SR Garrett, C Pagano, G Austin, MT Turvey
Perception & psychophysics 60, 1206-1215, 1998
701998
Constancy in dynamic touch: Length perceived by dynamic touch is invariant over changes in media
CC Pagano, PA Cabe
Ecological Psychology 15 (1), 1-17, 2003
662003
Perceiving by dynamic touch the distances reachable with irregular objects
CC Pagano, MT Turvey
Ecological psychology 5 (2), 125-151, 1993
581993
An empirical evaluation of visuo-haptic feedback on physical reaching behaviors during 3D interaction in real and immersive virtual environments
E Ebrahimi, SV Babu, CC Pagano, S Jörg
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 13 (4), 1-21, 2016
532016
Is Limb Proprioception a Function of the Limbs' Intertial Eigenvectors?
CC Pagano, SR Garrett, MT Turvey
Ecological Psychology 8 (1), 43-69, 1996
501996
Examining the effects of altered avatars on perception-action in virtual reality.
B Day, E Ebrahimi, LS Hartman, CC Pagano, AC Robb, SV Babu
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 25 (1), 1, 2019
442019
Investigating the effects of anthropomorphic fidelity of self-avatars on near field depth perception in immersive virtual environments
E Ebrahimi, LS Hartman, A Robb, CC Pagano, SV Babu
2018 IEEE conference on virtual reality and 3D user interfaces (VR), 1-8, 2018
442018
Perception of robot passability with direct line of sight and teleoperation
KS Moore, JA Gomer, CC Pagano, DDW Moore
Human Factors 51 (4), 557-570, 2009
442009
A review of affordances and affordance-based design to address usability
N Masoudi, GM Fadel, CC Pagano, MV Elena
Proceedings of the Design Society: International Conference on Engineering …, 2019
402019
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