Rick Gilmore

Professor of Psychology

Rick Gilmore

Research Summary

The cognitive neuroscience of perception, memory, and action in infancy and early childhood.

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Brain Computer Vision Transparency Optics Child Machine Learning Livestock Alcohols Cognitive Neuroscience Information Dissemination Alcohol Lighting Magnetic Resonance Imaging Psychology Emotion Research Personnel Robotics Computational Methods Video Data Mining Software Behavioral Sciences Research Child Development Time

Most Recent Papers

New Approaches to Studying Child Development

Rick Gilmore, Jeffrey , 2022,

Optical flow estimation combining with illumination adjustment and edge refinement in livestock UAV videos

Bin Liao, Jinlong Hu, Rick O. Gilmore, 2021, Computers and Electronics in Agriculture

Data sharing

Rick Gilmore, Melody Xu, Karen Adolph, 2021,

An open developmental science will be more rigorous, robust, and impactful

Rick O. Gilmore, Yiming Qian, 2021, Infant and Child Development

I know that voice! Mothers’ voices influence children's perceptions of emotional intensity

Tawni B. Stoop, Peter M. Moriarty, Rachel Wolf, Rick O. Gilmore, Koraly Perez-Edgar, K. Suzanne Scherf, Michelle C. Vigeant, Pamela M. Cole, 2020, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology

Finger Force Matching and Verbal Reports: Testing Predictions of the Iso-Perceptual Manifold Concept.

Cristian Cuadra, Rick Gilmore, Mark L. Latash, 2020, Journal of Motor Behavior on p. 1-13

Advancing scientific integrity, transparency, and openness in child development research: challenges and possible solutions

Rick O. Gilmore, Pamela M. Cole, Suman Verma, Marcel A.G. van Aken, Carol M. Worthman, 2020, Child Development Perspectives on p. 9-14

Panel

James Z. Wang, Norman Badler, Nadia Berthouze, Rick O. Gilmore, Kerri L. Johnson, Agata Lapedriza, Xin Lu, Nikolaus Troje, 2020, on p. 733-746

AutoViDev

Ori Ossmy, Rick O. Gilmore, Karen E. Adolph, 2020, on p. 147-156

Open sharing of research video: Breaking the boundaries of the research team

Rick Gilmore, Karen Adolph, 2019, on p. 18

Most-Cited Papers

Progress toward openness, transparency, and reproducibility in cognitive neuroscience

Rick O. Gilmore, Michele T. Diaz, Brad A. Wyble, Tal Yarkoni, 2017, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

Practical Solutions for Sharing Data and Materials From Psychological Research

Rick O. Gilmore, Joy Lorenzo Kennedy, Karen E. Adolph, 2018, Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science on p. 121-130

Changes in alcohol-related brain networks across the first year of college: A prospective pilot study using fMRI effective connectivity mapping

Adriene M. Beltz, Kathleen M. Gates, Anna S. Engels, Peter C.M. Molenaar, Carmen Pulido, Robert Turrisi, Sheri A. Berenbaum, Rick O. Gilmore, Stephen J. Wilson, 2013, Addictive Behaviors on p. 2052-2059

Defective motion processing in children with cerebral visual impairment due to periventricular white matter damage

Joel M. Weinstein, Rick Owen Gilmore, Sumera M. Shaikh, Allen Kunselman, William Trescher, Lauren M. Tashima, Marianne Boltz, Matthew B. McAuliffe, Albert Cheung, Jeremy D. Fesi, 2012, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology

Toward Open Behavioral Science

Karen E. Adolph, Rick O. Gilmore, Clinton Freeman, Penelope Sanderson, David Millman, 2012, Psychological Inquiry on p. 244-247

Video can make behavioural science more reproducible

Rick O. Gilmore, Karen E. Adolph, 2017, Nature Human Behaviour

From big data to deep insight in developmental science

Rick O. Gilmore, 2016, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science on p. 112-126

Understanding the development of motion processing by characterizing optic flow experienced by infants and their mothers

F. Raudies, R. O. Gilmore, K. S. Kretch, J. M. Franchak, K. E. Adolph, 2012,

AutoViDev

Ori Ossmy, Rick O. Gilmore, Karen E. Adolph, 2020, on p. 147-156

Children's brain responses to optic flow vary by pattern type and motion speed

Rick O. Gilmore, Amanda L. Thomas, Jeremy Fesi, 2016, PLoS One