posters

Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2014). Bridging the Gap Between Spatial and Social Reasoning: A Look at Social Distance and Estimated Caloric Expenditure. The 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Québec City, Québec, Canada.

Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2014). Where your friends stand influences how many calories you expect to burn. The 26th Annual Conference of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2013). Bridging the gap between friends: How presence biases distance estimation. The 25th Annual Conference of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C.

Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2013). Bridging the gap between friends: How presence biases distance estimation. The 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Berlin, Germany.

Greenwood, M.D., Matthews, J.L., Spivey, M.J., & Matlock, T. (2013). Taking someone else’s perspective: When body “position” is more important than body “presence”. The 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Berlin, Germany.

Greenwood, M.D., Matlock, T, Spivey, M.J., & Matthews, J.L. (2012). Looking at how social affordances change viewpoint through presence of agents and verb agency. The 5th annual Embodied and Situated Language Processing conference, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England.

Greenwood, M.D., Matlock, T, Spivey, M.J., & Matthews, J.L. (2012). Looking at how affordances change viewpoint through agent presence and verb agency. The 6th Annual UC Merced Research Week. Merced, CA. **Best Graduate Student poster in School of Social Science, Humanities, and Arts**

Matthews, J.L. (2012) …even in the White House: Sexism and the first family. The 2nd Annual UC Merced Creative Research Exhibition. Merced, CA.

Matlock, T. & Matthews, J.L. (2011). Space in the workplace: How perspective and valence of anticipated information matter. Proceedings of The 52nd Annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. (p.172). Seattle, WA.

Huang, Y., Matthews, J.L., Kallmann, M., & Matlock, T. (2011). Developing natural full-body motion synthesis in virtual humans. The 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Boston, MA.

Greenwood, M.D., Matthews, J.L., Matlock, T., and Spivey, M.J. (2011). Looking at the social dynamics of viewpoint. The 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Boston, MA.

Matthews, J.L. and Matlock, T. (2011). Employers and employees: How narrative perspective influences agent placement in a simulated work environment. The 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Boston, MA.

Huang, Y., Matthews, J.L., Huette, S., Matlock, T., & Kallmann, M. (2011) Gesture modeling and parameterization for autonomous virtual trainers. The 5th Annual UC Merced Research Week, Merced, CA.

Huberty, J.L., Vener, J., Gao, Y., Matthews, J.L., & Ransdell, L. (2011). Preliminary development and validation of the Huberty Physical Activity Self-Worth Inventory: A Rasch analysis. The Society for Behavioral Medicine. Washington, D.C.

Huette, S., Huang, Y., Kallmann, M., Matlock, T., & Matthews, J.L. (2011). Gesture variants and cognitive constraints for interactive virtual reality training systems. The 15th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Palo Alto, CA.

Greenwood, M.D., Matlock, T., Spivey, M.J., & Matthews, J.L. (2010). How agent presence and verb agency influence perspective-taking in spatial scenes. The 2010 International Spatial Cognition Conference. Mt. Hood, OR.

Greenwood, M.D., Matlock, T., Spivey, M.J., & Matthews, J.L. (2010). Am I a robot? How verb agency and agent depiction influence perspective in visual scenes. The 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Portland, OR.

Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2010). How agent placement influences perceived boss/co-worker agreement in a simulated work environment. The 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Portland, OR.

Matthews, J.L. (2010). Behavioral predictions of women inmates: The unfortunate effect of low facial prominence. The 22nd Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science. Boston, MA.

Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2010). How agent placement influences perceived boss/co-worker agreement in a simulated work environment. The 4th Annual UC Merced Research Week, Merced, CA. **Best Project in Cognitive Science graduate student poster award, and the Office of Research: Best Graduate Student Poster**

Greenwood, M.D., Matlock, T., Spivey, M.J., & Matthews, J.L. (2010). How verb agency and agent description influence perspective in visual scenes. The 31st annual Central California Research Symposium. Fresno, CA.

Hunter, J., Sparks, D., Chestnut, J., Valencia, C., Yee, K., Huette, S., Matthews, J.L., & Matlock, T. (2010). Smashing new results on how grammar influences accident reports. The 4th Annual UC Merced Research Week, Merced, CA. **Best Project in Cognitive Science undergraduate student poster award**

Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2009). Effects of social information on drawn route traversals. The 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Matthews, J.L. (2009). Effects of facial prominence on predicted job performance: A gender disparity in predicted negative behavior. The 21st annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science. San Francisco, CA.

Matthews, J.L. (2009). Effects of facial prominence on predicted job performance: A gender disparity in predicted negative behavior. The 3rd annual UC Merced Research Week. Merced, CA. **Office of Research: Best Graduate Student Poster**

Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2008). Effects of social information on distance estimation. The 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Washington, D.C.

Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2008). Effects of social information on distance estimation. The 2nd annual UC Merced Research Week. Merced, CA.

Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2007). How spatial is social distance? The 29th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Nashville, TN.

Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2007). How spatial is social distance? The 28th Annual Central California Research Symposium. Fresno, CA. **Awarded Best Doctoral Student Poster**

Sharps, M.J., Matthews, J.L., & Asten, J.K. (2006). Cognitive and affective tendencies as determinants of paranormal beliefs. The 27th Annual Central California Research Symposium, Fresno, CA.

Sharps, M.J., Matthews, J.L., & Asten, J. (2006). Cognitive and affective tendencies as determinants of paranormal beliefs. Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, CA.

Matthews, J.L. (2006). Facial prominence: Connections to gender and occupational status. The Annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference. Palm Springs, CA.

Villegas, A.B., Sharps, M.J., & Matthews, J.L. (2004). A cognitive approach to cigarette smoking in college students. The 25th Annual Central California Research Symposium. Fresno, CA.

 


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