Ken Cheng
TitleCited byYear
A purely geometric module in the rat's spatial representation
K Cheng
Cognition 23 (2), 149-178, 1986
12181986
Is there a geometric module for spatial orientation? Squaring theory and evidence
K Cheng, NS Newcombe
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 12 (1), 1-23, 2005
5252005
Longitudinal gains in self‐regulation from regular physical exercise
M Oaten, K Cheng
British Journal of Health Psychology 11 (4), 717-733, 2006
4302006
Improved self-control: The benefits of a regular program of academic study
M Oaten, K Cheng
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 28 (1), 1-16, 2006
2852006
Bayesian integration of spatial information.
K Cheng, SJ Shettleworth, J Huttenlocher, JJ Rieser
Psychological Bulletin 133 (4), 625-637, 2007
2602007
Improvements in self-control from financial monitoring
M Oaten, K Cheng
Journal of Economic Psychology 28 (4), 487-501, 2007
2382007
Testing the geometric power of a spatial representation
K Cheng, CR Gallistel
Animal Cognition, 409-423, 1984
234*1984
The use of visual landmarks by honeybees: Bees weight landmarks according to their distance from the goal
K Cheng, TS Collett, A Pickhard, R Wehner
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 161 (3), 469-475, 1987
1961987
Academic examination stress impairs self–control
M Oaten, K Cheng
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 24 (2), 254-279, 2005
1862005
The vector sum model of pigeon landmark use
K Cheng
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 15 (4), 366-375, 1989
1791989
Whither geometry? Troubles of the geometric module
K Cheng
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 12 (9), 355-361, 2008
1782008
Mechanisms of landmark use in mammals and birds.
K Cheng, ML Spetch
Spatial Representation in Animals, 1-17, 1998
1671998
Timing light and tone signals in pigeons
WA Roberts, K Cheng, JS Cohen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 15 (1), 23-35, 1989
1551989
Ants use the panoramic skyline as a visual cue during navigation
P Graham, K Cheng
Current Biology 19 (20), R935-R937, 2009
1492009
The information content of panoramic images I: The rotational errors and the similarity of views in rectangular experimental arenas.
W Stürzl, A Cheung, K Cheng, J Zeil
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 34 (1), 1, 2008
147*2008
Use of landmark configuration in pigeons and humans: II. Generality across search tasks.
ML Spetch, K Cheng, SE MacDonald, BA Linkenhoker, DM Kelly, ...
Journal of Comparative Psychology 111 (1), 14-24, 1997
1401997
Learning the configuration of a landmark array: I. Touch-screen studies with pigeons and humans.
ML Spetch, K Cheng, SE MacDonald
Journal of Comparative Psychology 110 (1), 55-68, 1996
1331996
Some psychophysics of the pigeon's use of landmarks
K Cheng
Journal of comparative Physiology A 162 (6), 815-826, 1988
1311988
Analysis of single trials in pigeons' timing performance.
K Cheng, R Westwood
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 19 (1), 56-67, 1993
1251993
Spatial peak shift and generalization in pigeons
K Cheng, ML Spetch, M Johnston
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 23 (4), 469-481, 1997
1201997
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