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
See and be seen: Infant–caregiver social looking during locomotor free play
JM Franchak, KS Kretch, KE Adolph
Developmental science 21 (4), e12626, 2018
Gut estimates: Pregnant women adapt to changing possibilities for squeezing through doorways
JM Franchak, KE Adolph
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76, 460-472, 2014
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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