Kate M Chapman
Kate M Chapman
Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas
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Cognition, action, and object manipulation.
DA Rosenbaum, KM Chapman, M Weigelt, DJ Weiss, R van der Wel
Psychological bulletin 138 (5), 924, 2012
2212012
Evolutionary roots of motor planning: the end-state comfort effect in lemurs.
KM Chapman, DJ Weiss, DA Rosenbaum
Journal of Comparative Psychology 124 (2), 229, 2010
802010
Choosing actions
DA Rosenbaum, KM Chapman, CJ Coelho, L Gong, BE Studenka
Frontiers in psychology 4, 273, 2013
282013
Pulling to scale: Motor planning for sequences of repeated actions by cotton-top tamarins (Saguinus oedipus).
KM Chapman, DJ Weiss
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 39 (2), 180, 2013
22013
Motor planning in primates
DJ Weiss, KM Chapman, JD Wark, DA Rosenbaum
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (4), 244, 2012
22012
Bimanual comfort depends on how extreme either hand’s posture is, not on which hand is in the more extreme posture
KM Chapman, DA Rosenbaum
Psychological research 81 (1), 332-341, 2017
12017
One Good Turn Deserves Another: Constraint Hierarchies for Action Selection in Bimanual Rotation
KM Chapman
Pennsylvania State University, 2013
12013
Animal learning and behavior
DJ Weiss, K Chapman
The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology, 1-3, 2010
12010
Motor planning in primates:" The cognitive bases of human tool use": Comment.
DJ Weiss, KM Chapman, JD Wark, DA Rosenbaum
Cambridge University Press, 2012
2012
LABORATORY-REARED COTTON-TOP TAMARIN MONKEYS (SAGUINUS OEDIPUS) COORDINATE SEQUENTIAL MOTOR ACTIONS
KM Chapman, DJ Weiss
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 72, 63-64, 2010
2010
Planning a Coordinated Sequence of Actions: Cotton-top Tamarins (Saguinus Oedipus) Stick to the Plan
KM Chapman
2010
Brief Communication-Evolutionary Roots of Motor Planning: The End-State Comfort Effect in Lemurs
KM Chapman, DJ Weiss, DA Rosenbaum
Journal of Comparative Psychology 124 (2), 229, 2010
2010
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