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Psychological factors in VR

Author: Daniel Acevedo

[Dachselt and Hubner, 2006]
Raimund Dachselt and Anett Hubner. Three-dimensional menus: A survey and taxonomy. Computers and Graphics, 2006. In Press (pdf) (bibtex: Dachselt-2006-TMS).
[Masson and Loftus, 2003]
Michael E. J. Masson and Geoffrey R. Loftus. Using confidence intervals for graphically based data interpretation. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 57(3):203-220, 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Masson-2003-UCI).
[Ernst and Banks, 2002]
Marc O. Ernst and Martin S. Banks. Humans Integrate Visual and Haptic Information in a Statistically Optimal Fashion. Nature, 415(24):429--433, January 2002. (pdf) (bibtex: Ernst-2002-HIV).
[Tryon, 2001]
Warren W. Tryon. Evaluating statistical difference, equivalence, and indeterminacy using inferential confidence intervals: An integrated alternative method of conducting null hypothesis statistical tests. Psychological Methods, 6(4):371-386, 2001. (pdf) (bibtex: Tryon-2001-ESD).
[Ernst et al., 2000]
Marc O. Ernst, Martin S. Banks, and Heinrich H. Bulthoff. Touch can change visual slant perception. Nature Neuroscience, 3(1):69--73, January 2000. (pdf) (bibtex: Ernst-2000-TCC).
[Nickerson, 2000]
R. S. Nickerson. Null hypothesis significance testing: A review of an old and continuing controversy. Psychological Methods, 5:241-301, 2000. (bibtex: Nickerson-2000-NHS).
[Klatzky et al., 1999]
Roberta L. Klatzky, Andrew C. Beall, Jack M. Loomis, Reginald G. Golledge, and John W. Philbeck. Human navigation ability: Tests of the encoding-error model of path integration. Spatial Cognition and Computation, 1:31--65, 1999. (pdf) (bibtex: Klatzky-1999-HNA).
[Krantz, 1999]
D. H. Krantz. The null hypothesis testing controversy in psychology. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 44:1372-1381, 1999. (bibtex: Krantz-1999-TNH).
[Richardson et al., 1999]
Anthony E. Richardson, Daniel R. Montello, and Mary Hegarty. Spatial Knowledge Acquisition from Maps and from Navigation in Real and Virtual Environments. Memory and Cognition, 27(4):741--750, 1999. (pdf) (bibtex: Richardson-1999-SKA).
[Chance et al., 1998]
Sarah S. Chance, Florence Gaunet, Andrew C. Beall, and Jack M. Loomis. Locomotion Mode Affects the Updating of Objects Encountered During Travel: The Contribution of Vestibular and Proprioceptive Inputs to Path Integration. Presence, 7(2):168--178, April 1998. (pdf) (bibtex: Chance-1998-LMA).
[Klatzky et al., 1998]
Roberta L. Klatzky, Jack M. Loomis, Andrew C. Beall, Sarah S. Chance, and Reginald G. Golledge. Spatial Updating of Self-Position and Orientation during Real, Imagined, and Virtual Locomotion. Psychological Science, 9(4):293--298, July 1998. (pdf) (bibtex: Klatzky-1998-SUO).
[Abelson, 1997]
R. P. Abelson. On the surprising longevity of flogged horses: Why there is a case for the significance test. Psychological Science, 8:12-15, 1997. (bibtex: Abelson-1997-OTS).
[Hagen, 1997]
R. L. Hagen. In praise of the null hypothesis statistical test. American Psychologist, 52:15-24, 1997. (bibtex: Hagen-1997-IPO).
[Loftus and Masson, 1994]
Geoffrey R. Loftus and Michael E. J. Masson. Using confidence intervals in within-subject designs. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 1:476-490, 1994. (pdf) (bibtex: Loftus-1994-UCI).
[Wainer and Thissen, 1993]
H. Wainer and D. Thissen. A Handbook for Data Analysis in the Behavioral Sciences: Statistical Issues, chapter Graphical data analysis, pages 391-458. Erlbaum, 1993. (bibtex: Wainer-1993-GDA).
[Lamming, 1991]
D. Lamming. Constrast Sensitivity. In Vision and Visual Dysfunction. 1991. (bibtex: Lamming-1991-CSE).
[Tukey, 1977]
J. W. Tukey. Exploratory Data Analysis. Addison-Wesley, 1977. (bibtex: Tukey-1977-EDA).
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