How Are Affordances Related To Events?: An Exchange of Views. A Special Issue of ecological Psychology, 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

How Are Affordances Related To Events?

An Exchange of Views. A Special Issue of ecological Psychology, 1st Edition

Edited by William M. Mace

Psychology Press

112 pages

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First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Volume 12, Number 1, 2000

Contents: T.A. Stoffregen, Affordances and Events. G.P. Bingham, Events (Like Objects) Are Things, Can Have Affordance Properties, and Can Be Perceived: A Commentary on T.A. Stoffregen's "Affordances and Events". A Chemero, Commentary on Stoffregen's "Affordances and Events". J.M. Flach, M.R.H. Smith, Right Strategy, Wrong Tactic: A Reply to Stoffregen. E.J. Gibson, Where is the Information for Affordances? H. Hecht, Are Events and Affordances Commesurate Terms? G. Lintern, An Affordance - Based Perspective on Human - Machine Interface Design. J. Pickering, On the Proper Treatment of Affordance: Formality or Mutuality? M.A. Riley, M. Santana, Mutuality Relations, Observation, and Intentional Constraints. T.F. Shipley, L.R. Cohen, Affordances for Coordinated Action in Point - Light - Walker Displays: A Commentary on Stoffregen. T.A. Stoffregen, Affordances and Events: Theory and Research.

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BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
PSYCHOLOGY / Experimental Psychology