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Kevin Shockley

Title: Professor & Head
Office: 4130-R EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Tel: 513-556-3124
Email: kevin.shockley@uc.edu
Web: http://www.uc.edu/cap/

Kevin Shockley focuses primarily on haptic perception, interpersonal postural coordination, affordance perception, and nonlinear time series analysis methods. His teaching experience covers undergraduate courses such as Research Methods in Perception & Action; and graduate classes such as Computational and Ecological Approaches to Perception, Computer Programming for Psychological Research, and Nonlinear Dynamics.

Education

  • PhD, University of Connecticut, 2002 (Psychology).

Research Information

Research Interests

Interpersonal Coordination, haptic perception, dual-task performance, time-series analysis.

Research Support

  • (PI), Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A., Multi-modal Heaviness Perception, National Science Foundation. (0716319), 202,747. 09/01/2007 to 08/31/2010. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Van Orden, G., Kloos, H., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., DHB COLLABORATIVE: Lifespan Dynamics of Cognition and Action, National Science Foundation. (0728743), 543,367. 01/15/2008 to 01/14/2011. Status: Completed.
  • Dynamics of Postural Control During Precision Manual Activity, National Science Foundation. 292,997.
  • Predicting ACL Injury in Female Athletes, University Research Council Interdisciplinary Research Support. 25,000. 2007.
  • Fractal Noise in Cognitive and Motor Performance, University Research Council Faculty Research Support, University of Cincinnati. 6,410. 2005.
  • Objective Markers of Postural Stability in Parkinson’s Disease, Department of Defense – U. S. Army Medical Research Acquisition and Activity. 115,214.
  • Research in Perception & Action, Ohio Board of Regents Equipment Award . 20,580. 2003.
  • Research in Perception & Action, Information Technology & Instructional Equipment Award, University of Cincinnati. 11,639. 2004.
  • Verbal Coordination of Postural Sway, University Research Council Faculty Research Support, University of Cincinnati. 5,000. 2002.
  • (PI), Kevin Shockley, Michael A. Riley, & Michael A. Richardson, Collaborative Research: Dynamics of Interpersonal Coordination and Embodied Communication, National Science Foundation. (0926662), $418,808. 09/01/2009 to 08/31/2012. Status: Active.
  • (PI), Shockley, K., Richardson, M. J., & Riley, M. A., An Informational Basis for Action-Relevant Perception, National Science Foundation. (1232572), 511,341. 09-2012 to 08-2015. Status: Denied.
  • (Co-PI), Riley, M.A., Richardson, M.J., Shockley, K, Kloos, H., & Holden, J., BIGDATA: Mid-Scale: DA: Collaborative Research: Nonlinear and multi-scale tools for data-intensive observations of human behavior , National Science Foundation. (1247566), 335,054. 12-2012 to 11-2015. Status: Denied.
  • (PI), Shockley, K., Richardson, M.J., & Riley, M.A., An Informational Basis for Action-Related Perception, National Science Foundation. (1257209), 522,619. 01-2013 to 12-2015. Status: Denied.
  • (PI), Riley, Michael; Shockley, Kevin, Multi-Modal Heaviness Perception, National Science Foundation. (BCS - 0716319), $204,748.00. 09/01/2007 to 08/31/2010. Status: Closed.
  • (Collaborator), Kloos, Adelheid; Riley, Michael; Shockley, Kevin; Van Orden, Guy, DHB Collaborative: Lifespan Dynamics of Cognition and Action, National Science Foundation. (BCS-0728743), $543,367.00. 01/15/2008 to 12/31/2012. Status: Closed.
  • (Collaborator), Riley, Michael; Shockley, Kevin; Van Orden, Guy, MRI: Acquisition of Motion Capture and Eye Tracking Equipment to Enable Innovative Research on Joint Action, National Science Foundation. (BCS 0821241), $317,510.00. 09/01/2008 to 08/31/2009. Status: Closed.
  • (PI), Shockley, Kevin, Riley, M. A., Richardson, M. J., Collaborative Research: Dynamics of Interpersonal Coordination and Embodied Communication, National Science Foundation. (BCS-0926662), $418,809.00. 09/01/2009 to 08/31/2013. Status: Completed.
  • (Collaborator), Richardson, Michael; Riley, Michael; Shockley, Kevin, Progress in Motor Control Conference 2011, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. (R13 NS073205), $12,001.00. 02/01/2011 to 01/31/2012. Status: Closed.
  • (Collaborator), Chiu, Chung-Yiu; Shockley, Kevin, Peer Effects on Driving, Ohio Department of Public Safety. (Peer Effects on Driving -- Award), $34,200.00. 07/27/2015 to 06/30/2016. Status: Active.
  • (PI), Harrison, Steven; Kallen, Rachel; Richardson, Michael; Shockley, Kevin, Dynamics of Social Coordination and Joint Action, National Institute of General Medical Sciences. (R01GM105045), $1,450,896.00. 05/25/2013 to 04/30/2018. Status: Active.

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Ramenzoni, Veronica C., Riley, Michael A., & Davis, Tehran (2008). An information-based approach to action understanding. Cognition, 106(2), 1059, 1070.
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Davis, T. J., Riley, M. A., & Shockley, K. (2010). Perceiving action boundaries: learning effects in perceiving maximum jumping-reach affordances. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 72(4), 1110-1119.
  • Baker, Aimee A., Richardson, Michael J., & Fowler, Carol A. (2007). Articulatory constraints on interpersonal postural coordination. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 33(1), 201, 208.
  • Kiefer, Adam W, Riley, Michael A, Shockley, Kevin, Villard, Sebastien, & Van Orden, Guy C (2009). Walking changes the dynamics of cognitive estimates of time intervals. Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance, 35(5), 1532-41.
  • Kotowski, Susan E., & Davis, Kermit G. (2007). Impact of order and load knowledge on trunk kinematics during repeated lifting tasks. Human factors, 49(5), 808, 819.
  • Stoffregen, Thomas A, Giveans, M Russell, Villard, Sebastien, Yank, Jane Redfield, & Shockley, Kevin (2009). Interpersonal postural coordination on rigid and non-rigid surfaces. Motor control, 13(4), 471-83.
  • Streit, Matthew, & Riley, Michael A. (2007). Rotational inertia and multimodal heaviness perception. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 14(5), 1001, 1006.
  • Ramenzoni, Verónica C, Riley, Michael A, Shockley, Kevin, & Davis, Tehran (2008). Carrying the height of the world on your ankles: encumbering observers reduces estimates of how high an actor can jump. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006), 61(10), 1487-95.
  • Streit, Matthew, Morris, Anthony W., & Riley, Michael A. (2007). Rotational kinematics influence multimodal perception of heaviness. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 14(2), 363, 367.
  • Ramenzoni, Verónica, Riley, Michael A, Davis, Tehran, Shockley, Kevin, & Armstrong, Rachel (2008). Tuning in to another person's action capabilities: perceiving maximal jumping-reach height from walking kinematics. Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance, 34(4), 919-28.
  • Turvey, M.T. (2006). Dual-task influences on retrieval from semantic memory and coordination dynamics. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 13(6), 985, 990.
  • Ramenzoni, Verónica C, Riley, Michael A, Shockley, Kevin, & Davis, Tehran (2008). An information-based approach to action understanding. Cognition, 106(2), 1059-70.
  • Hove, Philip, & Riley, Michael A. (2006). Perceiving affordances of hockey sticks by dynamic touch. Ecological Psychology, 18(3), 163, 189.
  • Kotowski, Susan E, Davis, Kermit G, & Shockley, Kevin (2007). Impact of order and load knowledge on trunk kinematics during repeated lifting tasks. Human factors, 49(5), 808-19.
  • Pellecchia, Geraldine L., & Turvey, M.T. (2005). Concurrent cognitive task modulates coordination dynamics. Cognitive Science: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 29(4), 531, 557.
  • Streit, Matthew, Shockley, Kevin, & Riley, Michael A (2007). Rotational inertia and multimodal heaviness perception. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 14(5), 1001-6.
  • Turvey, Michael T. (2005). Encoding and retrieval during bimanual rhythmic coordination. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 31(5), 980, 990.
  • Streit, Matthew, Shockley, Kevin, Morris, Anthony W, & Riley, Michael A (2007). Rotational kinematics influence multimodal perception of heaviness. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 14(2), 363-7.
  • Sabadini, Laura, & Fowler, Carol A. (2004). Imitation in shadowing words. Perception & psychophysics, 66(3), 422, 429.
  • Ramenzoni, Verónica C, Riley, Michael A, Shockley, Kevin, & Chiu, C-Y Peter (2007). Postural responses to specific types of working memory tasks. Gait & posture, 25(3), 368-73.
  • Carello, Claudia, & Turvey, M.T. (2004). Metamers in the haptic perception of heaviness and moveableness. Perception & psychophysics, 66(5), 731, 742.
  • Shockley, Kevin, Baker, Aimee A, Richardson, Michael J, & Fowler, Carol A (2007). Articulatory constraints on interpersonal postural coordination. Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance, 33(1), 201-8.
  • Shockley, Kevin, & Turvey, M T (2006). Dual-task influences on retrieval from semantic memory and coordination dynamics. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 13(6), 985-90.
  • Santana, Marie-Vee, & Fowler, Carol A. (2003). Mutual interpersonal postural constraints are involved in cooperative conversation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 29(2), 326, 332.
  • Shockley, Kevin, & Turvey, Michael T (2005). Encoding and retrieval during bimanual rhythmic coordination. Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition, 31(5), 980-90.
  • Wagman, Jeffrey B., Riley, Michael A., & Turvey, M.T. (2001). Attunement, calibration, and exploration in fast haptic perceptual learning. Journal of motor behavior, 33(4), 323, 327.
  • Shockley, Kevin, Carello, Claudia, & Turvey, M T (2004). Metamers in the haptic perception of heaviness and moveableness. Perception & psychophysics, 66(5), 731-42.
  • Turvey, Michael T., & Whitmyer, Virgil (2001). Explaining metamers: right degrees of freedom, not subjectivism. Consciousness and Cognition: An International Journal, 10(1), 105, 116.
  • Shockley, Kevin, Sabadini, Laura, & Fowler, Carol A (2004). Imitation in shadowing words. Perception & psychophysics, 66(3), 422-9.
  • Turvey, M.T., & Carello, Claudia (1999). Affordance, proper function and the physical basis of perceived heaviness. Cognition, 73(2), B17, B26.
  • Shockley, Kevin, Santana, Marie-Vee, & Fowler, Carol A (2003). Mutual interpersonal postural constraints are involved in cooperative conversation. Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance, 29(2), 326-32.
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Riley, M. A., & & Chiu, C.-Y. P. (2007). Postural responses to specific types of working memory tasks. Gait & Posture, 25, 368-373.
  • Wagman, J B, Shockley, K, Riley, M A, & Turvey, M T (2001). Attunement, calibration, and exploration in fast haptic perceptual learning. Journal of motor behavior, 33(4), 323-7.
  • Schmit, J. M., Riley, M. A., Dalvi, A., Sahay, A., Shear, P. K., Raymund, Y., & Pun, K. Deterministic center of pressure patterns characterize postural instability in Parkinson's disease. Experimental Brain Research, 168, 357-367.
  • Turvey, M T, Whitmyer, V, & Shockley, K (2001). Explaining metamers: right degrees of freedom, not subjectivism. Consciousness and cognition, 10(1), 105-16; discussion 1.
  • Tollner, A. M., Riley, M. A., Matthews, G. (2005). Divided attention during adaptation to visual-motor rotation in an endoscopic surgery simulator. Cognition, Technology, & Work, 7, 6-13.
  • Shockley, K, Grocki, M, Carello, C, & Turvey, M T (2001). Somatosensory attunement to the rigid body laws. Experimental brain research. Experimentelle Hirnforschung. Expérimentation cérébrale, 136(1), 133-7.
  • Butwill, M., Zbilut, J., & Webber, C. (2002). Cross recurrence quantification of coupled oscillators. Physics Letters A, 305, 59-69.
  • Turvey, M T, Shockley, K, & Carello, C (1999). Affordance, proper function, and the physical basis of perceived heaviness. Cognition, 73(2), B17-26.
  • Grocki, M., Carello, C., & Turvey, M. T. (2001). Somatosensory attunement to the rigid body laws. Experimental Brain Research, 136, 133-137.
  • Kiefer, A.W., Ford, K.R., Paterno, M.V., Schmitt, L.C., Myer, G.D., Riley, M.A., Shockley, K, Hewett, T.E. (2012). Inter-segmental postural coordination measures differentiate athletes with ACL reconstruction from uninjured athletes. Gait & Posture,
  • Weast, J.A., Shockley, K., & Riley, M.A. (2011). Influence of athletic experience and kinematic information on skill-relevant affordance perception. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64, 689-706.
  • Davis, T. J., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Cummins-Sebree, S. (2010). Perceiving affordances for joint actions. Perception, 39, 1624-1644.
  • Wagman, J. B., & Shockley, K. (2011). Metamers for hammer-with-ability are not metamers for poke-with-ability. Ecological Psychology, 23, 76-92.
  • Riley, M. A., Richardson, M. J., Shockley, K., & Ramenzoni, V. C. (2011). Interpersonal synergies. Frontiers in Movement Science and Sport Psychology, 2, 1-7.
  • Kiefer, A. W., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., Sitton, C. A., Hewett, T. E., Cummins-Sebree, S., Haas, J. G. (2011). Multi-segmental postural coordination in professional ballet dancers. Gait & Posture, 34, 76-80.
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Davis, T. J., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., Baker, A. A. (2011). Joint action in a cooperative precision task: Nested processes of intrapersonal and interpersonal coordination. Experimental Brain Research, 211, 447-457.
  • Kunznetsov, N, A., Shockley, K., Richardson, M. J., & Riley, M. A. (2011). Effect of precision aiming on respiration and postural-respiratory synergy. Neuroscience Letters, 502, 13-17.
  • Weast-Knapp, J. A., & Shockley, K. (2011). Perceptual-motor expertise in sports-related perception: A brief review. Lower Extremity Review, September.
  • Riley, M.A., Shockley, K., & Van Orden, G.C. (2012). Learning from the body about the mind. Topics in Cognitive Science, 4, 21-34.
  • Zhu, Q., Shockley, K., Riley, M.A., Tolston, M.T., Bingham, G.P. (2012). Felt heaviness is used to perceive the affordance for throwing and rotational inertia did not affect either. Experimental Brain Research
  • Stoffregen, T. A., Giveans, M. R., Villard, S. J., Shockley, K. (in press). Effects of visual tasks and conversational partner on personal and interpersonal postural activity. Ecological Psychology.
  • White, E. J., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2013). Multimodally specified energy expenditure and perceived distance. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 20, 1371–1377
  • Ramenzoni, V. C., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Baker, A. (2012). Interpersonal and intrapersonal coordinative modes for joint and single task performance. Human Movement Science, 31, 1253-1267.
  • Kiefer, A. W., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., Sitton, C. A., Hewett, T. E., Cummins-Sebree, S. Haas, J. G. (in press). Lower-limb Proprioceptive Awareness in Professional Ballet Dancers. Journal of Dance, Medicine, and Science.
  • Weast, J., Walton, A., Chandler, B. C., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (2013). Essential kinematic information, athletic experience and affordance perception for others. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
  • Kiefer, A.W., Wallot, S., Gresham, L.J., Kloos, H., Riley, M.A., Shockley, K., & Van Orden, G. (in press). Development of Coordination in Time Estimation. Developmental Science.

Peer Reviewed Conference/Workshop Proceedings

  • Cummins-Sebree, S. E., Kiefer, A. W., Weast, J. A., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Hass, J. (2011). Postural expertise and development: A cross-sectional comparison of ballet dancers to non-dancers. In E. Charles & L. J. Smart (Eds.). Studies in Perception and Action XI (pp. 177-181). New York: Taylor & Francis Group.

Books

  • Cummins-Sebree, S., Riley, M. A. (2007). Studies in Perception and Action IX. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Richardson, M. R., Riley, M. A., & Shockley, K. (Eds.) (2012). Advances in Motor Control: Neural, Computational, and Dynamical Approaches. New York: Springer.

Book Chapter

  • Streit, M., & Riley, M.A. (2007). Proceedings of the IEEE International Workshop on Haptic, Audio and Visual Environments and Games. The Influence of Size and Responsiveness of Virtual Objects on Perceived Heaviness (pp. 11-14).
  • Kiefer, A.W., White, E.J., & Riley, M.A. (2007). Studies in Perception and Action IX. In S. Cummins-Sebree, M.A. Riley, & K. Shockley (Eds.), Semantic retrieval and interlimb coordination dynamics (pp. 32-35). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Kiefer, A.W., Cummins-Sebree, S., Riley, M.A., & Hass, J. G. (2007). Studies in Perception and Action IX. In S. Cummins-Sebree, M.A. Riley, & K. Shockley (Eds.), Control of posture in professional level ballet dancers (pp. 123-126). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Streit, M., & Riley, M.A. (2007). Studies in Perception and Action IX. In S. Cummins-Sebree, M.A. Riley, & K. Shockley (Eds.), Apparent size and rotational kinematics in multi-modal heaviness perception (pp. 160-163). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Baker, A., Richardson, M., & Fowler, C. A. (2005). Studies in Perception and Action, VIII. In K. Marsh & H. Heft (Eds.), Verbal constraints on interpersonal postural coordination (pp. 41-44). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Cummins-Sebree, S., Tollner, A. (2005). Studies in Perception and Action, VIII. In Marsh, K.& Heft, H. (Eds.), Do children and adults use haptic information when selecting tools for simple power and precision tasks? (pp. 99-102). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Streit, M. (2005). Studies in Perception and Action, VIII. In K. Marsh & H. Heft (Eds.), Optical gain and the perception of heaviness (pp. 185-187). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Pellecchia, G. (2005). Tutorials in contemporary nonlinear methods for the behavioral sciences. In M. A. Riley & G. C. Van Orden (Eds.), Application of RQA: Influence of cognitive activity on postural fluctuations (pp. 95-141). [Link]
  • (2005). Tutorials in contemporary nonlinear methods for the behavioral sciences. In M. A. Riley & G. C. Van Orden (Eds.), Cross recurrence quantification of interpersonal postural activity (pp. 142-177). [Link]
  • Hove, P., Riley, M. A. (2004). Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 48th Annual Meeting. Haptic perception of affordances of a sport implement: Choosing a hockey stick for power or precision actions on the basis of "feel" (pp. 1918-1922).
  • Schmit, J. M., Riley, M. A., Shear, P. K. (2004). Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 48th Annual Meeting. Static posturography and recurrence quantification reliability detect postural instability (pp. 2512-2516).
  • Carello, C., Harrison, S., Richardson, M., & Turvey, M. T. (2003). Studies in Perception and Action, VII. In S. Rogers & J. Effken (Eds.), Heaviness perception depends on movement (pp. 83-86). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Carello, C, & Turvey, M. T. (2001). Studies in Perception and Action, VI. In G. Burton & R. C. Schmidt (Eds.), Static moment variation is not required for perceived heaviness variation (pp. 45-48). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Santana, M., & Fowler, C. A. (2001). Studies in Perception and Action, VI. In G. Burton & R. C. Schmidt (Eds.), Mutual interpersonal postural constraints of cooperative conversation (pp. 141-144). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Turvey, M. T., & Carello, C. (1999). Studies in Perception and Action, V. In M. Grealy & J. A. Thomson (Eds.), Affordances and the physical basis of perceived heaviness (pp. 198-202). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (in press). Interpersonal couplings in human interactions. In Webber, C. Jr., & Marwan, N. (Eds.). Recurrence Quantification Analysis: Theory and Best Practices. Springer.

Review

  • Shaw, R. E. (2003).. Journal of the Learn[Review of An ecological science of the artificial? ]427-435.

Under Review

  • Shockley, K. (submitted). Heaviness or moveableness? Sensitivity to higher-order, behaviorally relevant physical variables.
  • Shockley, K., Streit, M., Bachus, L. & Riley, M. A. (submitted). Modal transparency and multimodal heaviness perception: A strategy for evaluating the global array hypothesis.
  • Streit, M., Bachus, L., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (submitted). Does size really matter in multimodal heaviness perception.
  • White, E. J., Shockley, K., & Riley, M.A. (submitted). A long walk on the beach: Energetic effects of walking substrate influences embodied distance judgments.
  • Tolston, M. T., Shockley, K., Riley, M. A., & Richardson, M. J. (submitted). Movement constraints on interpersonal coordination and communication.
  • Bachus, L., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (submitted). What You are Doing Influences What You See: The Influence of Torque on Visual Heaviness Perception of Wielded Objects.
  • Tolston, M. T., Ariyabuddhiphongs, K., Riley, M. A., & Shockley, K. (submitted). Cross Recurrence Quantification Analysis of the Influence of Coupling Constraints on Interpersonal Coordination and Communication.

Work in Progress

  • Richardson, M. R., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (Eds.) (in preparation). Advances in Motor Control: Neural, Computational, and Dynamical Approaches. New York: Springer.

Presentations & Lectures

Invited Presentations

  • (2007). Dual task influences of cognitive activity and interlimb rhythmic coordination dynamics Behavioral and Cognitive Dynamical Systems Worskhop, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  • (2007). It looks … Heavy? Department of Psychology, Colby College, Waterville, MN.
  • (2007). Quantifying interpersonal coordination 2nd Joint Action Meeting, Newark, NJ.
  • (2006). Parametric influences of coordination dynamics on interlimb coordination dynamics First Annual Geraldine Pellecchia Memorial Symposium on Cognition and Coordination, Storrs, CT.
  • (2003). Cross recurrence quantification of interpersonal postural activity Workshop on Nonlinear Methods in Psychology, National Science Foundation, Fairfax, VA.
  • Shockley, K. (03-2010). Conversation and Coordination Department of Psychology, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand., Christchuch, New Zealand.
  • Shockley, K. (03-2010). Conversation and Coordination New Zealand Institute for Language Brain and Behavior, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, Christchurch, New Zealand.
  • Shockley, K. (04-2010). Workshop on Nonlinear Methods for Behavioral Science University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
  • Shockley, K. (12-2010). Embodiment and Cognition New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain, and Behaviour Inaugural Workshop, Christchurch, New Zealand.
  • Shockley, K. (03-2011). Specificity and Direct Perception 2011 Annual Meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, New Orleans, LA.
  • Shockley, K. (11-2011). Coordination and Conversation MINDLab Synchronization Workshop, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark.
  • Shockley, K. (11-2011). Em-body-ing Perception Sigma Xi Young Investigator Award and Annual Autumn Banquet, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH.
  • Shockley, K. (11-2012). Multimodally specified energy expenditure and perceived distance Department of Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.

Paper Presentations

  • Giveans, M.R., Stoffregen, T. (2006). Dyadic postural activity as a function of support surface rigidity. Third International Conference on Enactive Interfaces, Montpelier, France.
  • Streit, M., Morris, A. W., & Riley, M. A. (2006). Rotational kinematics and multimodal heaviness perception. 2006 North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, Cincinnati, OH.
  • White, E. (2005). Perceiving pass-under-ability while walking and sitting. International Conference on Perception & Action XIII, Monterey, CA.
  • (2005). Heaviness or moveableness? . Cognition, Action, Perception & Performance Seminar Series, Department of Psychology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Carello, C. (2004). Coordination between people. The 2nd Brazilian Congress of Motor Behavior, Brazil.
  • Baker, A, Santana, M. V., Richardson, M., & Fowler, C. A. (2004). Constraints on interpersonal postural activity. Cognition, Action, Perception & Performance Seminar Series, Department of Psychology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Carello, C. (2004). Interpersonal Synchrony. The 98th Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute Science & Technology Seminar, Kyoto, Japan.
  • Dynamic Touch (2004).. Clinical Applications of Biomedical Engineering in the Surgical Environment: Engineering Surgery for the Future, Kingsgate Conference Center, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Santana, M. V., Fowler, C. A., Richardson, M. (2003). Conversation, Cooperation, & Coordination. International Conference on Perception & Action XII, Gold Coast Australia.
  • (2003). Coordination & Memory. International Conference on Perception & Action XII, Gold Coast Australia.
  • (2003). Memory and Coordination. Cognition, Action, Perception & Performance Seminar Series, Department of Psychology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati,OH.
  • (03-2002). Movement dynamics in haptic perception and dual-task performance. Department of Psychology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Fowler, C. A., & Santana, M-V. (09-2001). Mutual interpersonal coordination of postural sway social interaction. Colloquium, Department of Psychology, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  • Webber, C., Zbilut, J., & Butwill, M. (05-2001). Cross recurrence quantification of coupled oscillators. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics: Dynamical Systems Conference VI, Snowbird, UT.
  • (03-2001). Dynamics in perception & action. Department of Psychology, Bronfman Science Center, Williams College, Williamstown, MA.
  • Galantucci, B., & Turvey, M. T. (10-2000). Nonlinear dynamics of visual word recognition. Perception-Action Workshop, Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  • Galantucci, B., & Turvey, M. T. (08-2000). Nonlinear dynamics of visual word recognition. Dynamics and Reading Conference, Haskins Laboratories, New Haven, CT.
  • (04-2000). Tell me how to Move. Perception-Action Workshop, Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  • Grocki, M., Carello, C., & Turvey, M.T. (06-2000). Heaviness perception implicates specialized somatosensory attunement to the rigid body laws. Natural Philosphy Alliance 2000 Meeting. The New Natural Philosophy: Introduction to 21st Century Physics and Cosmology, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  • Santana, M-V. (08-1999). Physiological reflections of speech and communication. Xth International Conference of Perception and Action, Edinburgh (Scotland).
  • Santana, M-V. (03-1999). Frequency locking as a function of a verbal task. IXth Annual New England Sequencing and Timing Conference, Brown University, Providence, RI.
  • (11-1998). Does matter matter in the perception of heaviness? . Perception-Action Workshop, Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  • Shaw, R. E., Morris, A. W., Flascher, I. (08-1998). Homeokinetic themes in ecological physics. Homeokinetics Conference, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  • (02-1997). Attentional Dynamics. Perception-Action Workshop, Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  • (02-1996). Auditory Evoked Potentials in a Frequency discrimination task. Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action, Storrs, CT.
  • Kugler, L. R., Morris, A. W., Kugler, P. N. (04-1994). Multimodal attentional tasks in ADHD. Gulf Coast Regional Pediatric Psychology Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • (05-1993). Systematic Identification of organic compounds. Undergraduate Forum, Radford University, Radford, VA.
  • Bachus, L., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (07-2010). Apparent mass distribution and multimodal heaviness perception. 2010 North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, Normal, IL.
  • , E., Shockley, K., Riley, M.A. (07-2011). Multimodally specified effort and distance perception. 16th International Conference on Perception and Action, Ouro Preto, MG, Brazil.
  • Bachus, L., Shockley, K., & Riley, M.A. (07-2011). What you are doing influences what you see: The influence of applied torque on visual heaviness perception.. 16th International Conference on Perception and Action, Ouro Preto, MG, Brazil.
  • Weast, J., Walton, A., Shockley, K., & Riley, M.A. (07-2011). Expert Affordance Perception and Kinematic Information. 16th International Conference on Perception and Action, Ouro Preto, MG, Brazil.
  • Tolston, M. T., Brettschneider, E., Hassebrock, J., Richardson, M. J., Riley, M. A., & Shockley, K. (07-2011). Interpersonal Coordination in a Virtual Environment. 4th Joint Action Meeting, Vienna, Austria.
  • Bachus, L. & Shockley, K. (05-2013). Recruitment of Degrees of Freedom based on Multimodal Information about Interlimb Coordination. Midwest Cognitive Science Conference, Columbus, OH.
  • Tolston, M. T., Shockley, K., Richardson, M. J., & Riley, M. A. (08-2013). Speech and movement constraints on interpersonal coordination and communication. The Guy Van Orden UConn workshop on cognition & dynamics VIII, Storrs, CT.
  • Tolston, M. T., Shockley, K., Richardson, M. J., Riley, M. A., & Washburn, A. (07-2013). Speech and movement constraints on interpersonal coordination and communication. 5th Joint Action Meeting, Berlin, Germany.

Poster Presentations

  • Kiefer, A.W., White, E.J., & Riley, M.A. (2007). Semantic retrieval and interlimb coordination dynamics 14th International Conference of Perception and Action, Yokohama, Japan.
  • Kiefer, A.W., Cummins-Sebree, S., Riley, M.A., & Hass, J. G. (2007). Control of posture in professional level ballet dancers 14th International Conference of Perception and Action, Yokohama, Japan.
  • Streit, M., & Riley, M.A. (2007). Apparent size and rotational kinematics in multi-modal heaviness perception 14th International Conference of Perception and Action, Yokohama, Japan.
  • Baker, A., Ramenzoni, V., Riley, M. A. (2006). Effects of a precision task on interpersonal postural control North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Giveans, M. R., Stoffregen, T. A. (2006). Shared postural activity in dyads as a function of support surface rigidity North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Kiefer, A., Christopher, B., & Riley, M. A. (2006). Cognitive load and coordination dynamics North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Ramenzoni, V., Davis, T., Riley, M. A. (2006). Is your world the same as mine?: What my action capabilities could tell me about yours North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Saunders, N., Ramenzoni, V., Riley, M. A. (2006). Postural facilitation of a precision manual task North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Tollner, A., Riley, M. A., Nelson, T., & Cummins-Sebree, S. (2006). Team cognitive performance dynamics and 1/f scaling North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Kotowski, S., & Davis, K. (2006). The Influence of Posture and Load Magnitude on Perceived Exertion During Lifting American Industrial Hygiene Association Conference & Exposition, Chicago, IL.
  • Baker, A., Richardson, M., & Fowler, C. A. (2005). Verbal constraints on interpersonal postural coordination 13th International Conference of Perception and Action, Monterey, CA.
  • Streit, M. (2005). Optical gain and the perception of heaviness 13th International Conference of Perception and Action, Monterey, CA.
  • Cummins-Sebree, S., Tollner, A. (2005). Do children and adults use haptic information when selecting tools for simple power and precision tasks? 13th International Conference of Perception and Action, Monterey, CA.
  • Baker, A, Santana, M. V., Richardson, M., & Fowler, C. A. (2004). Constraints on interpersonal postural activity North American Annual Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  • Santana, M., & Fowler, C. A. (06-2001). Interpersonal postural constraints of verbal communication XIth International Conference of Perception and Action, Storrs, CT.
  • Carello, C, & Turvey, M. T. (06-2001). Variations in static moment are not necessary for variations in perceived heaviness XIth International Conference of Perception and Action, Storrs, CT.
  • Carello, C, & Turvey, M. T. (2000). Variations in mass and static moment are not necessary for variations in perceived heaviness: An affordance perspective on the inertia tensor North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, Clemson, SC.
  • Santana, M., & Fowler, C. A. (06-2000). Tell me how to move North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, Clemson, S.C..
  • Turvey, M. T., & Carello, C. (08-1999). Affordances and the physical basis of perceived heaviness Xth International Conference of Perception and Action, Edinburgh (Scotland).
  • Turvey, M. T., & Carello, C. (06-1999). Affordances and the physical basis of perceived heaviness Cognitive Science Conference, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  • Carello, C., & Turvey, M. T. (05-1998). Specificity of perceived heaviness to mass and rotational inertia International Society of Ecological Psychology, Trinity College, CT.
  • Shaw, R. E., Morris, A. W., Flascher, I., & Roy, P. K. (1998). Is the central nervous system a resonant antenna?: Perceptually detecting colliding plane waves generated by a geometro-dynamical illusion 15th Conference of the International Society of General Relativity and Gravitation, Pune, India.
  • Morris, A. W., & Shaw, R. E. (07-1997). Dynamics of the Muller-Lyer Effect IXth International Conference of Perception and Action, Toronto (Canada).
  • Morris, A. W. (04-1997). Attentional Dynamics Annual North American Meeting of the International Society of Ecological Psychology, University of Massachusetts, MA.
  • Morris, A. W., & Sieg, K. G. (05-1996). Time dependent fluctuations of event-related potentials for an auditory frequency discrimination task Fourth Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Electrophysiological Association, New York, NY.
  • Sieg, K. G, and Morris, A. W. (05-1996). Auditory evoked potential characteristics in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Fourth Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Electrophysiological Association, New York, NY.
  • Tolston, M., Brettschneider, E., Richardson, M. J., Shockley, K., & Riley, M. A. (07-2010). Does interpersonal postural coordination involved in cooperative conversation carry over into a virtual environment 2010 North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, Normal, IL.
  • Cummins-Sebree, S. E., Kiefer, A. W., Weast, J. A., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., Hass, J. (07-2011). Postural expertise and development: A cross-sectional comparison of ballet dancers to non-dancers. 16th International Conference on Perception and Action, Oero Puerto, Brazil.
  • Weast, J.A., Walton, K., Shockley, K. & Riley, M.A. (04-2012). Expert perception of sport-related affordances Second Annual Midwest Cognitive Science Conference, Bloomington, IN.
  • Bonnette, S. Riley, M. A., Richardson, M. J., & Shockley, K. (07-2013). Exploratory action in affordance perception: the influence of postural sway on judgments of stand-on-able slopes XVIIth International Conference on Perception & Action, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Tolston, M., Shockley, K., Richardson, M. J., & Riley, M. A. (07-2013). Movement constraints on interpersonal coordination and communication XVIIth International Conference on Perception & Action, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Tolston, M., Shockley, K., Bonnette, S., Malone, M. L., Richardson, M. J., & Riley, M. A. (07-2013). Linguistic constraints on interpersonal coordination and communication XVIIth International Conference on Perception & Action, Lisbon, Portugal.

Symposium

  • S. Cummins-Sebree & M. Riley (2005). Affordances: New Directions, New Data. 13th International Conference on Perception & Action, Monterey, CA..
  • M. Riley (2003). Cognitive Constraints on Coordination Dynamics . 12th International Conference on Perception & Action, Monterey, CA..

Lectures

  • (06/21/2010). Phase Space Reconstruction. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science, University of Cincinnati.
  • (06/22/2010). Recurrence Quantificaiton Analysis. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science, University of Cincinnati.
  • (06/14/2011). Phase Space Reconstruction. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH.
  • (06/15/2011). Recurrence Quantification Analysis. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH.
  • (06/20/2012). Phase Space Reconstruction. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH.
  • (06/20/2012). Recurrence Quantification Analysis. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science, University of Cincinnati.
  • (06-2013). Phase Space Reconstruction. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH.
  • (06-2013). Recurrence Quantification Analysis. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH.
  • (06-2013). Cross Recurrence Quantification Analysis of Continuous Data. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH.

Honors & Awards

  • Erskine Fellow - University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, University of Canterbury, Chrischurch, New Zealand, 03-2010 to 04-2010.
  • Sigma Xi Young Investigator Award, Sigma Xi (UC Chapter), 03-2011 to 03-2011.

Experience & Service

Work Experience

  • 09/01/2008 to Present, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Cincinnati.
  • 09-2013 to Present, Professor of Psychology, University of Cincinnati.

Events Organized

  • Workshop. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science (06/21/2010 to 06/25/2010) , University of Cincinnati.
  • Workshop. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science (06/13/2011 to 06/17/2011) , University of Cincinnati.
  • Conference. Annual Meeting of the International Society for Motor Control (07/21/2011 to 07/23/2011) , University of Cincinnati.
  • Workshop. American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear Methods for Psychological Science Workshop (06/18/2012 to 06/22/2012) , University of Cincinnati.

Service

  • Editorial Board Member, Journal of Experimental Psychology Human Perception and Performance 2010 to Present
  • Editorial Board Member, Frontiers in Movement Science and Sport Psychology 2010 to Present
  • Peer Review/Referee, Ad hoc reviewer for journals such as: Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics; Ecological Psychology; Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied; Neuroscience Letters; 2010
  • Reviewer, National Science Foundation 2010
  • Representative, Institutional Review Board 2007 to Present
  • Council Member, A&S Graduate Council, 2009 to Present
  • Committee Member, Psychology Advisory Committee, 2009 to Present
  • Committee Member, Graduate Curriculum Committee, 2009 to Present
  • Committee Member, Psychology Subject Pool Committee, 2008 to Present
  • Director, Director of Experimental Training / Co-Director of Graduate Studies - Psychology, 2009 to Present
  • Peer Review/Referee, Ad hoc reviewer for journals including: Acta Psychologica, Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, Experimental Brain Research, Human Factors, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Journal of Mind and Behavior, Journal of Sports Sciences, Language and Cognitive Processes, Perception, and PlosOne
  • Reviewer, National Science Foundation
  • Board Member, Institutional Review Board 2007 to 08-2011
  • Committee Member, University Graduate Council, 09-2011 to Present
  • Member, A&S Graduate Council, 2009 to Present
  • Committee Member, Psychology Advisory Committee, 2009 to Present
  • Director, Director of Experimental Training / Co-Director of Graduate Studies - Psychology,
  • Reviewer,
  • Editorial Board Member, Frontiers in Movement Science and Sport Psychology 2010 to Present
  • Committee Member, University Graduate Council, 09-2011 to 05-2013
  • Member, A&S Graduate Council 2009 to Present
  • Committee Member, Psychology Executive Committee, 2009 to Present
  • Program Director, 2009 to Present
  • Reviewer,

Other Experience and Professional Memberships

  • 2003 to Present ,International Society for Ecological Psychology,

Courses Taught

  • 15-PSYC-437 SR THESIS SEMINAR
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 10A
    Comments: Seminar for Psychology Honors Students
  • Representational/Computationa and Ecological Approaches to Perception
    Representational/Computationa and Ecological Approaches to Perception
    Level: Graduate
    Term: 11W

  • 15-PSYC-437 SR THESIS SEMINAR
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 11A

  • Research Methods in Perception and Action
    Research Methods in Perception and Action
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 11A

  • Research Methods in Perception & Action
    Research Methods in Perception & Action
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 12W

  • Research Methods in Perception & Action
    Research Methods in Perception & Action
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 12FS

  • Special Topics in Perception & Action
    Special Topics in Perception & Action
    Level: Graduate
    Term: 12FS

  • Research Methods in Perception & Action
    Research Methods in Perception & Action
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 13FS
    Comments: Note that my course load for 2012-2013 was 9055 and 5055. However, both were offered in Fall 2012 so they do not show up on this year's workload report.