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Dusted community: piloting a virtual peer-to-peer support community for people with an asbestos-related diagnosis and their families (with Desiree Kozlowski, Steve Provost, and J Tucker), The Journal of Psychosocial Oncology (2014)


Hands as sex cues: sensitivity measures, male bias measures, and implications for sex perception mechanisms (with Justin M. Gaetano, Duncan C. Blair, and Anna Brooks), PLoS One (2014)

Sex perceptions, or more particularly, sex discriminations and sex categorisations, are high-value social behaviours. They...



Seeing the world topsy-turvy: the primary role of kinematics in biological motion inversion effects (with Sue-Anne Fitzgerald, Anna Brooks, and Duncan C. Blair), i-Perception (2014)

Physical inversion of whole or partial human body representations typically has catastrophic consequences on the...



A framework for evaluating the impact of high band-width internet provision and use on digital literacy and social life outcomes in Australia (with S Dane, M Fahey, C Mason, Julie Tucker, D Bradford, and C Griffith), Building sustainable information systems: proceedings of the 2012 international conference on information systems (2013)

In this paper we present a framework for evaluating the social impact of high-bandwidth Internet...



Anne likes Alex but not Bob: what your name really says about you (with Anna Brooks), The Conversation: academic rigour, journalistic flair (2013)


A survey of patient understanding and expectations of sedation/anaesthesia for colonoscopy (with N Chatman, J R. Sutherland, and N Abraham), Anaesthesia and Intensive Care (2013)

One hundred and fifty-nine adult patients undergoing elective colonoscopy in a major regional hospital were...



Explainer: what is cute aggression? (with Anna Brooks), The Conversation: academic rigour, journalistic flair (2013)


Gender-selective neural populations: evidence from event-related fMRI repetition suppression (with Samantha K. Podrebarac, Melvyn A. Goodale, and Jacqueline C. Snow), Experimental Brain Research (2013)

Accurate recognition of gender in another individual is integral to successful human social interaction and...



Health harms of asbestos won't be known for decades (with Julie Tucker), The Conversation: academic rigour, journalistic flair (2013)

Innovation in education (with Bruce A. Knight), Teaching innovations supporting student outcomes in the 21st century (2013)


It's in the way you do it: lessons for public park exercise groups (with Julie Tucker), The Conversation: academic rigour, journalistic flair (2013)

Science is innovation and innovation is the future (with Bruce A. Knight), Teaching innovations supporting student outcomes in the 21st century (2013)


Sex discriminations made on the basis of ambiguous visual cues can be affected by the presence of an olfactory cue (with Graeme Hacker and Anna Brooks), BMC Psychology (2013)

Background: Almost every interpersonal interaction is mediated by the sex of the individuals involved. Visual,...



Should anti-tobacco media messages be culturally targeted for Indigenous populations? a systematic review and narrative synthesis (with Gillian Sandra Gould, Andy McEwen, Tracey Watters, and Alan R. Clough), Tobacco Control (2013)

Objective To summarise published empirical research on culturally targeted anti-tobacco media messages for Indigenous...


Beyond sensation: current thinking on sensory pleasure (with Desiree Kozlowski and Anna Brooks), Current trends in experimental and applied psychology (2012)

Pleasure is something most of us value very highly. However, although we may spend considerable...


Current trends in experimental and applied psychology, (2012)

Psychology is a discipline with a rich and proud history of research, both pure and...


Current trends in technology and society, (2012)

The effects of technologies on societies in which they are developed define cultures. With that...


Emotional expression in speech, dance, and instrumental music: implications for singers (with J Orlando), Current trends in experimental and applied psychology (2012)


Eye of the beholder: symmetry perception in social judgments based on whole body displays (with Jennifer Rees Brown and Anna Brooks), i-Perception (2012)

External bilateral symmetry is a biological marker of normal development and is considered a signal...



'I like the way you move': how hormonal changes across the menstrual cycle affect female perceptions of gait (with Natasha Herbert), BioMed Central Research Notes (2012)


Variations in hormone concentrations across the menstrual cycle affect human female mate preferences. It...


Olfactory perception, human chemosignals, and social behaviours (with Graeme Hacker), Current trends in experimental and applied psychology (2012)

Perceiving other people on the basis of categorical multisensory data: towards a unified theory of person perception (with Justin M. Gaetano and Anna Brooks), Current trends in experimental and applied psychology (2012)

Perceiving others as distinct agents is a skill crucial to human social interaction, yet no...


Sex cues from biological motions (with Coralia MacHatch, Anna Brooks, Desiree Kozlowski, and Mitchell G. Longstaff), Current trends in experimental and applied psychology (2012)


The 1-2-3 Magic Program: implementation outcomes of an Australian pilot evaluation with school-aged children (with Erin L. Bailey, Thomas W. Phelan, and Anna Brooks), Child and Family Behaviour (2012)

This study served as a pilot evaluation of the efficacy of the 1-2-3 Magic Program...


The logical framework of 1:1 digital learning (with Liu Yonglin and Meng Shimin), Teachers talk about what's important : papers from 2012 International Teacher Education Dialogue Conference (2012)


Aggression and violence in the ED: issues associated with the implementation of restraint and seclusion (with Lynn Davies, Doug Andrews, and Anna Brooks), Health Promotion Journal of Australia (2011)

A number of surveys have reported that those who work in emergency departments (EDs) experience...


Are hand-raised flying foxes (Pteropus conspicillatus) better learners than wild-raised ones in an operant conditioning situation? (with Brigitta Flick and Hugh Spencer), The biology and conservation of Australasian bats (2011)

This study was undertaken to gain some knowledge of Flying-fox (Megachiroptera: Pteropodidae) learning ability, using...



Increasing impact of mental health presentations on New South Wales public hospital emergency departments 1999-2006 (with Alan S. Tankel, Matthew J. Di Palma, and Kathy M. Kramer), Emergency Medicine Australasia (EMA) (2011)

Objective: The percentage of mental health (MH) presentations to New South Wales (NSW) EDs in...


Sex discrimination: two dimensional hand representations suggest pan-stimulus effects (with Anna Brooks, Justin M. Gaetano, and Duncan C. Blair), Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision(APCV) (2011)


The facing bias in biological motion perception: effects of stimulus gender and observer sex (with Ben Schouten, Nikolaus F. Troje, Anna Brooks, and Karl Verfaillie), Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics (2010)

Under orthographic projection, biological motion point-light walkers offer no cues to the order of the...



Gender bending: auditory cues affect visual judgements of gender in biological motion displays (with C MacHatch, Desiree Kozlowski, N F. Troje, O Blanke, and Anna Brooks), Experimental Brain Research (2009)

The movement of an organism typically provides an observer with information in more than one...



Snap! Recognising implicit actions in static point-light displays (with Russell J. Reid, Anna Brooks, and Duncan Blair), Perception (2009)

Johansson (1973 Perception & Psychophysics 14 201 ^ 211) suggested that point-light displays that are...



Visual neuropsychology (with Anna Brooks, Manuel Mercier, and Olaf Blanke), Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (2009)

Auditory biological motion processing: the eyes alone don't have it! (with Lauren Bartsch, David Cottrell, and Anna Brooks), 42nd Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference, Brisbane, Qld., 25-29 September. (2007)


Auditory motion affects visual biological motion processing (with Anna Brooks, A Billard, B Petreska, S Clarke, and Olaf Blanke), Neuropsychologia (2007)

The processing of biological motion is a critical, everyday task performed with remarkable efficiency by...


Concern about the use of the new ecological paradigm scale on Australian populations (with Hannah Whittle and Anna Brooks), 42nd Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference, Brisbane, Qld., 25-29 September. (2007)

Interhemispheric differences in processing biological motion cues (with Anna Brooks, Elena Clara, Alira Capararo, and Coralia MacHatch), 42nd Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference, Brisbane, Qld., 25-29 September. (2007)

Local and global cues are incorporated into perceptions of biological motion (with Russell J. Reid, Anna Brooks, and Olaf Blanke), 42nd Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference, Brisbane, Qld., 25-29 September. (2007)

Seclusion – Demographics and beyond (with Lynn Davies and Doug Andrews), 42nd Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference (2007)

Brain damage-induced dog phobia (with Anna Brooks and Olaf Blanke), Cases in psychology (2006)

Low-level luminance mechanisms and the twostage perception of biological motion (with V Smith), Proceedings of Psychology bridging the Tasman: science, culture and practice: Joint Conference of the Australian Psychological Society and the New Zealand Psychological Society (2006)

The visual system has robust sensitivity to biological motion defined by point-light displays. However, specific...


Physiological change induced through mode and tempo variations in classical music: a reaction time study (with E Melbourne), Proceedings of 40th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society (2006)

A distinction must be made between the emotional content of a piece of music and...


Simon (with Sheila Keane and Duncan C. Blair), Cases in Psychology (2006)

Spatial neglect: a new technique for examining the neural correlates of visual processes involved in neglect (with R Daini, S Smith, Anna Brooks, Russell J. Reid, and C Quinn), Proceedings of 40th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society (2005)

Spatial neglect is a complex neurological syndrome in which patients appear to experience a variety...



An illusion of coherent global motion arising from single brief presentations of a stationary stimulus (with Anna Brooks and John Holden), Vision Research (2003)

We describe a new illusion in which a single stationary stimulus appears to undergo coherent...



Correlational model for joint development of refined retinotopic map and ocular dominance columns (with Greg A. Woodbury and William G. Gibson), Vision Research (2002)

We describe a modification to a standard correlation model for the development of the geniculocortical...


Figure-ground segregation and brightness perception at illusory contours: a newronal model (with E Peterhans, B Heider, and F Heitger), Models of neural networks IV: early vision and attention (2002)

With no effort we scan a scene by directing our gaze at specific objects, discerning...



The role of ON- and OFF-channel processing in the detection of bilateral symmetry (with Anna Brooks), Perception (2002)

We present evidence that grouping for luminance does not take precedence over the detection of...



Orientation processing mechanisms revealed by the plaid tilt illusions (with S Smith and Peter Wenderoth), Vision Research (2001)

The tilt after-effect (TAE) and tilt illusion (TI) have revealed a great deal about the...



Perceptual strategies to improve skin cancer discriminations in naïve observers (with Anna Brooks and J Predebon), Public Health (2001)

The aim of these experiments was to assess the effect of an educational brochure on...



Tilt aftereffects generated by bilaterally symmetrical patterns (with W R. Joung and C Latimer), Spatial Vision (2000)

Tilt aftereffects were generated by bilaterally symmetrical dot patterns. Both expansion and contraction effects, similar...



Global form perception: interactions between luminance and texture information (with David R. Badcock and Brent Parkin), Australian and New Zealand Journal of Ophthalmology (1999)

Purpose: This experiment reports the independence of first- and second-order processing mechanisms in form perception.


Modelling experiential and task effects on attentional process in symmetry direction (with C Latimer, W R. Joung, and H Beh), Current oculomotor research: physiological and psychological aspects (1999)


Evidence that both area V1 and extrastriate visual cortex contribute to symmetry perception (with E Leo, W R. Joung, C Latimer, and P Wenderoth), Evidence that both area V1 and extrastriate visual cortex contribute to symmetry perception (1998)

Bilateral symmetry is common in nature and most animals seem able to perceive it. Many...



Figure-ground segregation at contours: A neural mechanism in the visual cortex of the alert monkey (with R Baumann and E Peterhans), European Journal of Neuroscience (1998)

An important task of vision is the segregation of figure and ground in situations of...


Possible neural correlates of symmetry perception, Proceedings of Progress in connectionist-based information systems: 1997 International Conference on Neural Information Processing and Intelligent Information Systems (1998)


Mechanisms of purely subjective contour tilt aftereffects (with Peter Wenderoth), Vision Research (1995)

Neurones tuned for second-order stimuli—those which have edges defined by properties other than luminance and...



Psychophysical evidence for area V2 involvement in the reduction of subjective contour tilt aftereffects by binocular rivalry (with Peter Wenderoth), Visual Neuroscience (1994)

Previous research suggests binocular rivalry disrupts extrastriate, but not striate processes, although the locus along...



The role of the blobs in determining the perception of drifting plaids and their motion aftereffects (with Peter Wenderoth, David Alais, and Darren Burke), Perception (1994)

Motion aftereffects (MAEs) can be induced by adaptations to a pair of differently oriented drifting...



Direct evidence for competition between local and global mechanisms of two-dimensional orientation illusions (with Peter Wenderoth and Martin Williams), Perception (1993)

Orientation illusions induced by two-dimensional stimuli, such as square outline frames or plaids, have been...



Local and global mechanisms of one and two dimensional orientation illusions (with Peter Wenderoth), Perception and Psychophysics (1991)

One-dimensional (1-D) orientation illusions induced on a test grating by a tilted and-surrounding 1-D inducing...



Determinants of subjective contour Bourdon illusions and "unbending" effects (with Peter Wenderoth and Gerard Criss), Perception and Psychophysics (1990)

Wenderoth and O’Connor (1987b) reported that, although matches to the straight edge of two triangles...


Mechanisms of orientation illusions (with Peter Wenderoth and Syren Johnstone), Proceedings of Human information processing: measures, mechanisms and models: (1989)


Orientation illusions induced by briefly flashed plaids (with Peter Wenderoth and Syren Johnstone), Perception (1989)

Orientation illusions which occur when a vertical grating is surrounded by a plaid can be...



The effects of exposure duration and surrounding frames on direct and indirect tilt aftereffects and illusions (with Peter Wenderoth), Perception and Psychophysics (1989)

Direct and indirect tilt illusions (TIs) have been shown to have different mechanisms, because spatial...



Two dimensional tilt illusion induced by orthogonal plaid patterns: effects of plaid motion, orientation, spatial separation, and spatial frequency (with Peter Wenderoth and Syren Johnstone), Perception (1989)

Tilt illusions occur when a drifting vertical test grating is surrounded by a drifting plaid...