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Rob Lee and collaborator Hannah Smithson (University of Oxford) have published a new paper in Royal Society Open Science, available here.
Kay Ritchie was awarded £3,500 by the EPS for the project “Improving police line-ups: The effect of multiple images at memory retrieval”. Kay is running the project with her co-investigator, Ryan Fitzgerald from Portsmouth.
Kay Ritchie and Robin Kramer have a new paper available online. Ritchie, K.L., Kramer, R.S.S., & Burton, A.M. (2018). What makes a face photo a ‘good likeness’?. Cognition, 170, 1-8 Read the full article here
A free public event – Lincoln Get Hold of Technology and Science (LiGHTS) – is next Friday, 29th September. A large number of presentations, talks and activities will be going on throughout the day across the University. These include several contributions from PAC members: Why and how to get a good night’s sleep, by Simon…
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PAC Members Kun Guo, Ferderica Menchinelli and Patrick Bourke, and former member Hettie Roebuck, are authors on two new papers accepted for publication: Xu J, Chen Y, Guo K, Wang J, Menchinelli F, Jiang C, Zhang C, Shao L (2017) What has been missed for real life driving? An inspirational thinking from human innate biases.…
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George Mather has written chapters in two recently published books. They are: Mather, G. (2017) Two-stroke apparent motion. In: Shapiro, A.G., & Todorovic, D. (Eds) “The Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions”. Oxford University Press. and: Mather, G. (2017) Visual Perception. In New Scientist (Ed) “How Your Brain Works: Inside the Most Complicated Object in the Known…
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Andrea, Filippo and George, with colleagues from Padova, have a new paper published: Pavan, A., Ghin, F., Donato, R., Campana, G., & Mather, G. (2017). The neural basis of form and form-motion integration from static and dynamic translational Glass patterns: a rTMS investigation. Neuroimage 157(15) 555-560.
Kay Ritchie has been awarded £997.50 form the ESRC to run “The Community Lab” public engagement event – stay tuned for more details!
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