Alinda Friedman









Montello, D., & Friedman, A., & Phillips, W. (2014). Vague cognitive regions in geography and geographic information science. International Journal of Geographic Information Science,

Zhang, H., Friedman, A., Mou, W., & Waller, D. (2013). View combination in recognition of three-dimensional virtual reality layouts. PsyCh Journal, 1, 82-89.

Friedman, A., Ludvig, E., Legge, E., & Vuong, Q.C. (2013). Bayesian combination of 2D location estimates. Behavioral Research Methods, 45, 98-107.

Vuong, Q.C., Friedman, A., & J.C.A. Read (2012). The relative weight of shape and non-rigid motion cues in object perception: A model of the parameters underlying similarity judgments. Journal of Vision, 12, 1-20.

Friedman, A., Montello, D., & Burte, H. (2012). Location memory for dots in polygons versus cities in regions: Evaluating the category adjustment model. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 38, 1336-1351.

Friedman, A., Mohr, C., & Brugger, P. (2012). Representational pseudoneglect and reference points both influence geographic location estimates. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 19, 277-284.

Friedman, A., Ball, G.D.C., Kaczmarek, T., Barbarich, B., & Keaschuck. R.A. (2012). Estimation of food portions among obese children. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 112, 302-307.

Friedman, A., Thrash, T, Waller, D., Greenauer, N., & Hodgson, E. (2011). View combination: A generalization mechanism for visual recognition. Cognition, 119, 229-241.

Friedman, A., & Ball, G.D.C. (2011, submitted). Common Objects as Measurement Aids for Food Portions: Implications for Psychological Theory and Nutrition Education. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition.

Uttal, D.H., Friedman, A., Hand, L.L., & Warren, C. (2010). Learning fine-grained and category information in navigable real-world space. Memory & Cognition, 38, 1026-1040.

Friedman, A., Vuong, Q.C., & Spetch, M.L. (2010). Facilitation by view combination and coherent motion in dynamic object recognition. Vision Research, 50, 202-210.

Spetch, M.L., Friedman, A., Bialowas, J., & Verbeek, E. (2010). Category- and item-level contributions to location memory: When categories don't weigh in. Memory & Cognition, 38, 154-162.

Ball, G.D.C. & Friedman, A. (2010). Dice, golf balls, and CDs: Incorrect assumptions about the volume of portion size measurement aids. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice & Research, 71, 146-149.

Vuong, Q.C., Friedman, A. & Plante, C. (2009). Modulation of viewpoint effects in object recognition by shape and motion cues. Perception, 38, 1628-1648.

Friedman, A. (2009). The role of categories and spatial cuing in global-scale location estimates. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 35, 94-112.

Waller, D., Friedman, A., Hodgson, E., & Greenauer, N. (2009). Learning scenes from multiple views: Novel views can be recognized more efficiently than learned views. Memory & Cognition, 37, 90-99.

Friedman, A., Vuong, Q.C. & Spetch, M.L. (2009). View combination in moving objects: The role of motion in discriminating between novel and distinctive objects by humans and pigeons. Vision Research, 49, 594-607. ?

Friedman, A. & Waller, D.A. (2008). View combination in scene recognition. Memory & Cognition, 36, 467-478. 1523-1530.

Twyman, A., Friedman, A., & Spetch, M.L. (2007). Penetrating the geometric module: Catalyzing children's use of landmarks. Developmental Psychology, 43, 1523-1530.

Friedman, A., & Montello, D.R. (2006). Global-scale location and distance estimates: Common representations and strategies in absolute and relative judgments. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 32, 333-346.

Spetch, M., Friedman, A., & Vuong, Q.C. (2006). Dynamic object recognition in pigeons and humans. Learning & Behavior, 34, 215-228.

Spetch, M. & Friedman, A. (2006). Pigeons see correspondence between objects and their pictures. Psychological Science, 17, 966-972.

Spetch, M. & Friedman, A. (2006). Comparative cognition of object recognition. Comparative Cognition Reviews, 1, 12-35.

Friedman, A., Kerkman, D., Brown, N.R., Stea, D., & Cappello, H. (2005). Cross-cultural similarities and differences in North Americans' geographic location judgments. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 12, 1054-1060.

Friedman, A., Spetch, M.L., & Ferrey, A. (2005). Recognizing novel views of 3-D objects and their photographs by humans and pigeons. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General , 134, 149-162.

Friedman, A. & Kohler, B. (2003). Bidimensional regression: A method for assessing the configural similarity of cognitive maps and other two-dimensional data. Psychological Methods, 8, 468-491.
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Kerkman, D.D., Friedman, A. , Brown, N., Stea, D.,& Carmichael, A. (2003). Development of geographic categories and biases. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 84 ,265-285.

Friedman, A ., Spetch, M.L., & Lank, I. (2003). An automated apparatus for presenting depth-rotated three-dimensional objects for use in human and animal object recognition research. BehaviorResearch Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 35, 343-349.

Spetch, M. & Friedman, A. (2003). Recognizing rotated views of objects: Interpolation versus generalization by humans and pigeons. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 10, 135-140.

Friedman, A ., Kerkman, D.D., & Brown, N. (2002). Spatial location judgments: A cross-national comparison of estimation bias in subjective North American geography. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 9, 615-623.

Friedman, A., Brown, N., & McGaffey, A. (2002). A basis for bias in geographical judgments. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 9, 151-159.

Watson, B., Friedman, A. & McGaffey, A. (2001). Measuring and predicting visual fidelity. Proc. SIGGRAPH 2001. In Computer Graphics Proceedings, Annual Conference Series, ACM SIGGRAPH, 213-220. New York , NY , ISBN 1-58113-374-X.

Spetch, M., Friedman, A., & Reid, S.L. (2001). The effect of distinctive parts on recognition of depth-rotated objects by pigeons and humans. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 130 , 238-255.

Watson, B., Friedman, A., & McGaffey, A. (2000). Using naming time to evaluate quality predictors for model simplification. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2000 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 113-120.

Friedman, A. & Brown, N. (2000a). Reasoning about geography. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 129 ,193-219.

Friedman, A. & Brown, N. (2000). Updating geographical knowledge: Principles of coherence and inertia. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 26 , 900-914.

Brown, N.R., & Friedman, A. (1999). Assessing and improving geographical beliefs: A cognitive approach. Research in Geographic Education, 1, 1-13.

Pilon, D.J. & Friedman, A. (1998). Grouping and detecting vertices in 2-D, 3-D, and quasi-3-D objects. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 52 , 114-127.

Friedman, A. & Hall, D.L. (1996). The importance of being upright: Use of environmental and viewer-centered reference frames in shape discriminations of novel three-dimensional objects. Memory and Cognition, 22 , 285-295.

Gagne, C.L., Friedman, A., & Faries, J. (1996). Effects of priming on the comprehension of predicative metaphors. Metaphors & Symbolic Activity , 11 , 125-143.

Friedman, A. & Pilon, D.J. (1994). Effects of distance between objects and distance from the vertical axis on shape identity judgments. Memory and Cognition, 22 ,552-564.

Hall, D.L. & Friedman, A. (1994). Shape discriminations of three-dimensional objects depend on the number and location of bends. Perception and Psychophysics, 56 ,288-300.

Friedman, A. (1993). Designing graphics to support mental models. In M. Spector, M.C. Polson, & D. Muraida (Eds.), Automating instructional design: Concepts and issues. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Educational Technology Publications, Pgs 249-292.