Catherine L. Reed                         


 

Selected Publications (updated 3/2008)

App, B., Reed, C.L., & McIntosh, D.N. (in press).  Perceiving emotional state and motion intention in whole-body displays: Relative contributions of face and body configurations.  Cognition and Emotion.
      Wilbarger, J., Reed, C.L., & McIntosh, D. (in press). You donít feel what I am feeling: Emotional postures influence perceptions of others.  Emotion.

Reed, C.L. (in press).   Seeing you through me: Creating self-other correspondences for body perception. In K.L. Johnson and M. Shiffrar (eds.), Visual Perception of the Human Body in Motion: Findings, Theory, and Practice.  New York: Oxford University Press.

App, B., McIntosh, D. N., Reed, C. L, & Hertenstein, M.  (in press). A social-functional approach to emotion communication: "How" depends on "why".  Emotion.

      Gervais, W., Reed, C.L., Beall, P., & Roberts, R.J., Jr. (2010). Implied body action spatial attention. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics.

Reed, C.L., Betz, R., Garza, J., & Roberts, R. (2009) Grab it! Biased attention for functional hand and tool space. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 72, 236-245.

Reed, C.L., Hagler, D., Marinkovic, K., Dale, A.M., & Halgren, E.  (2009). The sequence of cortical activation for tactile pattern discrimination: An MEG study.  NeuroReport, 20, 941-945.

Reed, C.L. (2009).  Tactile agnosia.  Encyclopedia of Perception Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

      Reed, C.L. (2009).  Body perception.  Encyclopedia of Perception. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.      

Beall, P.M., Moody, E.J., McIntosh, D.N., Hepburn, S.L., & Reed, C.L. (2008) Rapid facial reactions to emotional facial expressions in typical and autistic children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.  Special edition on Imitation.

        Grubb, J.D., Reed, C.L., Bate, S., Garza, J., & Roberts, R. J., Jr. (2008). Walk this way, look that way: the effects of trunk orientation and locomotion on visual attention.  Perception & Psychophysics, 70, 688-696.

      Reed, C.L., & McIntosh, D.N. (2008).  The social dance: On-line body perception in the context of others.  In R.L. Klatzky, Behrmann, M., & MacWhinney, B. (eds.), Embodiment, Ego-Space, and Action: 34th Carnegie Symposium on Cognition.  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

      Reed, C.L., Garza, J.P., & Roberts, R.J., Jr. (2007). The influence of the body and its actions on spatial attention. In L. Paletta & E. Rome (Eds.), Attention in Cognitive Systems. Springer LNAI.

Reed, C.L. (2007).  Divisions within the posterior parietal cortex help touch meet vision.  Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 30, 218.

      Reed, C.L., & McGoldrick, J.E.  (2007). Action during body perception: Processing time affects self-other correspondences.  Social Neuroscience, 2, 134-149. (pdf)

Bosbach, S, Knoblich, G., Reed, C.L., & Prinz, W. (2007).  Body inversion effect without body sense: insights from deafferentation. Neuropsychologia, 44, 2950-2958. (pdf)

Reed, C.L., Beall, P.M., Stone, V.E., Kopelioff, L., Pulham, D., & Hepburn, S.L.  (2007). Brief report: Perception of body postureówhat individuals with autism might be missing.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 37, 1576-1584. (pdf)

Reed, C.L., Grubb, J.D., & Steele, C. (2006). Grasping attention: the effects of hand proximity on visual covert orienting. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 32, 166-177.  (pdf)

Reed, C.L., Stone, V.E., Grubb, J.D., & McGoldrick, J.E. (2006). Turning configural processing upside down: Part- and whole body postures. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 32, 73-87. (pdf)

Reed, C.L., Stone, V.E., & McGoldrick, J.E. (2005). Not just posturing: Configural processing of the human body.  In W. Prinz, M. Shiffrar, I. Thornton, G. Knoblich, & M. Grosjean (eds.), The Human Body: From the Inside Out (pp. 229-258).  Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. (pdf)

Reed, C.L., Klatzky, R., & Halgren, E. (2005). What versus where for haptic object recognition: an fMRI study. Neuroimage, 25, 718-726. (pdf)

Reed, C.L., Grubb, J., & Winkielman, P. (2004).  Emulation theory offers conceptual gains but needs filters.  Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 27, 411-412. (pdf)

Slaughter, V., Stone, V.E., & Reed, C.L. (2004).  Perception of faces and bodies: similar or different? Current Directions in Psychological Science, 13, 219-223.  (pdf)

      Reed, C.L., Shoham, S., & Halgren, E. (2004). The neural substrates of tactile object recognition: an fMRI study.  Human Brain Mapping, 21, 236-246.  (pdf)

Reed, C.L., McGoldrick, J.E., Shackelford, R., & Fidopiastis, C. (2004). Are human bodies represented differently from other animate and inanimate objects? Visual Cognition, 11, 523-550.  (pdf)

Reed, C.L., Stone, V., Bozova, S., & Tanaka, J.  (2003). The body inversion effect. Psychological Science, 14, 302-308.  (pdf)

Reed, C.L. (2002). What is the body schema? In W. Prinz and A. Meltzoff (eds.), The Imitative Mind:  Development, Evolution, and Brain Bases (pp. 233-243).  Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.  (pdf)

Reed, C.L. (2002).  Chronometric comparisons of imagery to action: Visualizing vs. physically performing springboard dives.  Memory & Cognition, 30, 1169-1178.  (pdf)

Vinson, N. G., & Reed, C. L. (2002). Sources of object-specific effects in representational momentum. Visual Cognition, 9, 41-65.  (pdf)

Grubb, JD & Reed, CL.  (2002). Trunk Orientation Induces Neglect-like lateral biases in covert attention. Psychological Science, 13, 553-556.  (pdf)

Polk, T., Reed, C.L., Keenan, J., Hogarth, P., & Anderson, C.A. (2001).  A dissociation between symbolic number knowledge and analogue magnitude information.  Brain and Cognition, 47, 545-563.  (pdf)

Reed, C.L., & Franks, I.M. (1998). Motor preprogramming and on-line control in patients differentially affected with Parkinsonís disease. Cognitive Neuropsychology: Special issue on Perception and Action, 15, 723-745.  (pdf)

Reed, C.L., Caselli, R.J, & Farah, M.J.  (1996). Tactile agnosia:  underlying impairment and implications for normal tactile object recognition.  Brain, 119, 875-888.  (pdf)

Reed, C.L., & Vinson, N.G.  (1996). Conceptual effects on representational momentum.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Perception and Performance, 22, 839-850.  (pdf)

Reed, C.L., & Farah, M.J. (1995).  The psychological reality of the body schema: A test with normal participants.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Perception and Performance, 21, 334-343.  (pdf)

Reed, C.L. (1994). Perceptual dependence between shape and texture in planar and three-dimensional stimuli during haptic processing.  Perception, 23, 349-366.  (abstract)

Reed, C.L., & Caselli, R.J.  (1994). The nature of tactile agnosia: A case study.  Neuropsychologia, 32, 527-539.  (pdf)

Lederman, S.J., Klatzky, R.L., & Reed, C.L.  (1993). Constraints on haptic integration of spatially shared object dimensions.  Perception, 22, 723-743.  (abstract)

Reed, C.L., Lederman, S.J., & Klatzky, R.L. (1990). Haptic integration of planar size with texture, hardness, and planar contour.  Canadian Journal of Psychology, 44, 522-545.  (pdf)

Klatzky, R.L., Lederman, S.J., & Reed, C.L.  (1989). Haptic integration of object properties:  Texture, hardness, and planar contour.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Perception and Performance, 15, 45-57.  (pdf)

Klatzky, R.L., Lederman, S.J., & Reed, C.L.  (1987). Thereís more to touch than meets the eye:  The salience of object attributes for haptics with and without vision.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  General, 116, 356-369.  (pdf)

Please contact Cathy Reed (cathy.reed@cmc.edu) for additional reprints not available here.