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Brian Day

Brian Day, M.S.,  Current PhD Student Bday@g.clemson.edu

Brian Day, M.S., Current PhD Student Bday@g.clemson.edu

Curriculum Vita (CV 2016 January)

Research Interests

  • Ecological Psychology & Perception of Affordances
  • Human Experimental Psychology
  • History of Psychology
  • Metaphysics

Education

  • M.S., Illinois University, 2014
  • B.A., Denison University, 2012

Professional Affiliations

  • Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
  • Clemson HFES Student Chapter

Publications 

Day, B. M., Smith, P. J. K., Wagman, J. B. (2015). Perception of maximum stepping and leaping distance: Stepping affordances as a special case of leaping affordances. Acta Psychologica, 158, 26-35.

Jordan, J. S. & Day, B. (2015). Wild Systems Theory as a 21st Century Coherence Framework for Cognitive Science. In T. Metzinger & J. M. Windt (Eds). Open MIND: 21(T). Frankfurt am Main: MIND Group. doi: 10.15502/9783958570191

Jordan, J. S. & Day, B. (2015). After Naturalism: Wild Systems Theory and the Turn To Holism – A Reply to Saskia Nagel. In T. Metzinger & J. M. Windt (Eds). Open MIND: 21(R). Frankfurt am Main: MIND Group. doi: 10.15502/9783958570795

Wagman, J. B., & Day, B. (2014).  Changes in context and perception of maximum reaching height. Perception, 43(2), 129-144.

Wagman, J. B., Thomas, B. T., & McBride, D. M., Day, B. M. (2013). Perception of maximum reaching height when the means of reaching are no longer in view. Ecological Psychology, 25, 1-18.

Proceedings 

Day, B., Hartman, L. S., & Pagano, C. C. (2015).  The Perceived Preferred Critical Boundary as an Example of Gibson’s Margin of Safety.  In J. Weast-Knapp, M. Malone, & D. Abney (Eds.). Studies in Perception and Action XIII. Proceedings from the Eighteenth International Conference on Perception and Action. (pp. 179-182). New York: Taylor and Francis Group.

Hartman, L. S., Day, B., Kil, I., Pagano, C. C., & Burg, T. (2015).  Modality Effects in Training Haptic Distance-To-Break in a Simulated Minimally Invasive Surgery Task.  In J. Weast-Knapp, M. Malone, & D. Abney (Eds.). Studies in Perception and Action XIII. Proceedings from the Eighteenth International Conference on Perception and Action. (pp. 117-120). New York: Taylor and Francis Group.

Bai, J., Carten, A., Wagman, J. B., Smith, P. J. K., & Day, B. M. (2015). Connecting the dots in perception of affordances for stepping. In J. Weast-Knapp, M. Malone, & D. Abney (Eds.). Studies in Perception and Action XIII. Proceedings from the Eighteenth International Conference on Perception and Action. (pp. 175-178). New York: Taylor and Francis Group.

Day, B. M., & Wagman, J. B., (2013). Context effects in perception of affordances. In T. Davis, P. Passos, M. Dicks, & J. A. Weast-Knapp (Eds.). Studies in Perception and Action XII. Proceedings from the Seventeenth International Conference on Perception and Action. (pp. 98-101). New York: Taylor and Francis Group.