Potters Make Shorter Pots Under Conditions of Reduced Sensory Input.

@article{Ziat2018PottersMS,
  title={Potters Make Shorter Pots Under Conditions of Reduced Sensory Input.},
  author={Mounia Ziat and Min Gi Park and Brian Kakas and David A. Rosenbaum},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2018},
  volume={47 8},
  pages={
          860-872
        }
}
Although people have made clay pots for millennia, little behavioral research has explored how they do so. We were specifically interested in potters' use of auditory, haptic, and visual feedback. We asked what would happen if one or two of these sources of feedback were removed and potters tried to create pots of a given height, stopping when they thought… CONTINUE READING