Research papers published since 2000

2010 - 2014

Artigas A. A., & Prados, J. (2014). Perceptual learning transfer: the salience of the common element as a factor contributing to the intermixed/blocked effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition. Published on-line in July 2014.

Truppa, V., De Simone, D.A., Piano Mortari, E. & De Lillo, C. (2014). Effects of brief time delays on matching-to-sample abilities in capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.). Behavioural Brain Research, 271: 240-248.

De Lillo, C. Kirby, M. & James, F.C. (2014). Spatial working memory in immersive virtual reality foraging: path organisation, travelling distance and search efficiency in humans (Homo sapiens). American Journal of Primatology, 76: 436-446.

Shah, D.S., Prados, J., Gamble, J. De Lillo, C. & Gibson, C.L. (2013). Sex differences in spatial memory using serial and search tasks. Behavioural Brain Research, 257:90-99.

De Lillo, C. & James, F.C. (2012). Spatial working memory for clustered and linear configurations of sites in a virtual reality foraging task. Cognitive Processing. 13 (Supp 1):S243-S246.

De Lillo, C. (2012). The use of spatial structure in working memory: a comparative standpoint. In: D. McFarland, K. Stenning & M. McGonigle-Chalmers (Eds.), The Compex Mind: an Interdisciplinary Approach. Chippenham & Eastbourne, Palgrave-MacMillan, pp. 38-54.

De Lillo, C. Palumbo, M., Spinozzi, G. & Giustino, G. (2012). Effects of pattern redundancy and hierarchical grouping on global-local visual processing in monkeys (Cebus apella) and humans (Homo sapiens). Behavioural Brain Research, 226: 445-455.

Fagot, J. & De Lillo, C. (2011). A comparative study of working memory: immediate serial recall in baboons (Papio papio) and humans. Neuropsychologia. 49: 3870-3880.

De Lillo, C. Spinozzi, G., Palumbo, M. & Giustino, G. (2011). Attention allocation modulates the processing of hierarchical visual patterns: a comparative analysis of capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) and humans. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. 37(3): 341-352.

Ashton, R & De Lillo, C. (2011). Association, inhibition and object permanence in dogs' (Canis familiaris) spatial search. Journal of Comparative Psychology. 125(2): 194-206.

De Lillo, C. & Lesk, V (2010). Spatial clustering and hierarchical coding in immediate serial recall. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 22(2):216-246.

2006 - 2009

Baguley TS, Lansdale MW, Lines L and Parkin J. (2006) Are two spatial recalls better than one? Exclusivity of memory for object location. Cognitive Psychology 52 pp 243-289.

Barrett DJK, Edmondson-Jones AM and Hall DA. (2009) Attention in neglect and extinction: Assessing the degree of correspondence between visual and auditory impairments using matched tasks. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology (in press).

Barrett DJK and Hall DA. (2006). Response preferences for ‘what’ and ‘where’ in human non-primary auditory cortex. NeuroImage, 32: 968-977.

De Lillo C, Spinozzi G and Truppa V. (2007). Pattern recognition in tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella): the role of the spatial organisation of stimulus parts. Behavioural Brain Research,  181: 96-109.

Duke PA, Oruç I, Qi H and Backus BT. (2006). Depth aftereffects mediated by vertical disparities: Evidence for vertical disparity driven calibration of extraretinal signals during stereopsis. Vision Research. 46. 228-241.

Eckstein MP, Beutter BR, Pham B, Shimozaki SS and Stone LS. (2007). Similar neural representations of the target for both saccades and perception during search. Journal of Neuroscience, 27, 1266-70.

Fuggetta G, Lanfranchi S and Campana G. (2009). Attention has memory: priming for the size of the attentional focus. Spatial Vision 22(2):147-59. ISSN 0169-1015.

Fuggetta G, Pavone EF, Fiaschi A and Manganotti P. (2008). Acute modulation of cortical oscillatory activities during short trains of high-frequency Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation of the Human Motor Cortex: A combined EEG and TMS study. Human Brain Mapping 29(1), 1-13. ISSN: 1065-9471

Fuggetta G, Campana G and Casco C. (2007). The principle of good continuation in space and time can guide visual search in absence of priming or contextual cueing. Visual Cognition 15(7), 834-853. ISSN: 1350-6285 

Fuggetta G. (2006). Impairment of executive functions in boys with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder Child Neuropsychology 12(1), 1-21. ISSN: 0929-7049

Garland KJ. (2006). Cathode-ray tube monitors versus paper: A review of performance differences. In W Karwowski (Ed.) International encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors (2nd ed.) London: Taylor & Francis. (pp. 961-964). (ISBN: 041530430X)

Garland KJ. (2006). Questionnaires. In W Karwowski (Ed.) International encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors (2nd ed.) London: Taylor & Francis. (pp. 3320-3323). (ISBN: 041530430X)

Garland KJ. (2006). Interviews. In W Karwowski (Ed.) International encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors (2nd ed.) London: Taylor & Francis. (pp. 3222-3224). (ISBN: 041530430X).

Garland KJ and Noyes JM. (2008) Computer attitude scales: How relevant today? Computers in Human Behavior, 24(2), 563-575.

Garland KJ and Noyes JM. (2008). A review of changing attitudes toward computers in educational settings. In Thomas B Scott and James I Livingston (Eds.) Leading Edge - Educational Technology. New York: Nova Science. (pp. 195-209).

Garland KJ and Noyes JM. (2006). Observation. In W Karwowski (Ed.) International encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors (2nd ed.) London: Taylor & Francis. (pp. 3285-3288). (ISBN: 041530430X)

Gillett R. (2007). Assessment of working memory performance in self-ordered selection tests. Cortex, 43, 1047-1056.

Harris L, Duke P and Kopinska A. (2006). Flash lag in depth. Vision Research, 46 (17), 2735-2742.

Howard IP and Duke PA. (2006). The transparency is in the fused image not the monocular image: Reply to Grove, Brooks, Anderson & Gillam. Vision Research, 46 (10), 1706.

Meneer T, Barrett DJK, Phillips L, Donnelly N and Cave KR. (2007) Costs in searching for two targets: dividing search across target types could improve airport security screening Applied Cognitive Psychology, 21(7): 915-932.

Noyes JM and Garland KJ. (2006). Empirical methods: Experiments. In W. Karwowski (Ed.) International encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors (2nd ed.) London: Taylor & Francis. (pp. 3119-3121). (ISBN: 041530430X)

Noyes JM and Garland KJ. (2008). Computer- versus paper-based tasks: Are they equivalent? Ergonomics, 51(9), 1352-1375.

Noyes JM and Garland KJ. (2006). Comment on evaluating cognitive demand. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 102(1), 118-120.

Noyes JM and Garland KJ. (2006). Explaining students’ attitudes towards books and computers. Computers in Human Behavior. 22(3), 351-363.

Palmer AR, Hall DA, Sumner C, Barrett DJK, Jones S, Nakamoto K and Moore DR. (2007) Investigations into non-passive listening. Hearing Research 299 (1-2): 148-157.

Prados J, Sansa J and Artigas AA. (2008) Partial reinforcement effects on learning and extinction of place preferences in the water maze. Learning and Behavior, 36, 311-318.

Prados J, Artigas AA and Sansa J. (2007) Preexposure effects in the spatial domain: Dissociation between latent inhibition and perceptual learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 33, 115-123.

Rushton SK and Duke PA. (2009) Observers cannot accurately estimate the speed of an approaching object in flight. Vision Research. 49 (15). 1919-1928.

Rushton SK and Duke PA. (2007) The use of direction and distance information in the perception of approach trajectory. Vision Research, 47. 899-912.

Shah, D.S., Prados, J., Gamble, J. De Lillo, C. & Gibson, C.L. (2013) Sex differences in spatial memory using serial and search tasks. Behavioural Brain Research, in press

 Schoonveld WA, Shimozaki SS and Eckstein MP. (2007) Optimal and suboptimal models of single fixation oddity search predict a shallow set size function. Journal of Vision, 7(10):1, 1-16, online version, doi:10.1167/7.10.1.

Shimozaki SS, Chen KC, Abbey CK and Eckstein MP. (2007) The temporal dynamics of selective attention of the visual periphery as measured by classification images. Journal of Vision, 7(12):10, 1-20, online version, doi:10.1167/7.12.10.

Shimozaki SS, Kingstone A, Olk B, Stowe R and Eckstein MP. (2006) Classification images of two right hemisphere patients: A window into the attentional mechanisms of spatial neglect. Brain Research, 1080, 26-52.

Spinozzi G, De Lillo C, Truppa V and Castorina G. (2009). The Relative Use of Proximity, Shape Similarity and Orientation as Visual Perceptual Grouping Cues in Tufted Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus apella) and Humans (Homo sapiens). Journal of Comparative Psychology.123(1): 56-68.

Spinozzi G, De Lillo C and Salvi V. (2006). Local advantage in the visual processing of hierarchical stimuli following manipulations of stimulus size and element numerosity in monkeys (Cebus apella). Behavioural Brain Research, 166: 45-54.

2000 - 2005

Barrett DJK, Bradshaw MF and Rose D. (2003) Endogenous shifts of attention operate within multiple coordinate frames: evidence from a feature-priming task. Perception, 32: 41-52.

Barrett DJK, Bradshaw MF, Rose D and Simpson PJ. (2001)  Reflexive shifts of attention operate in an egocentric coordinate frame.  Perception, 30: 1083-1091.

De Lillo C. (2004) Imposing structure on a Corsi-type task: evidence for hierarchical organisation based on spatial proximity in serial spatial memory. Brain and Cognition, 55(3): 415-426.

De Lillo C. (2001) Robotic search: what's in it for comparative cognition? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24(6): 1057.

De Lillo C, Floreano D and Antinucci F. (2001) Transitive choices by a simple, fully connected, backpropagation neural network: implications for the comparative study of transitive inference. Animal Cognition, 4: 61-68.

De Lillo C, Spinozzi G, Truppa V and Naylor DM. (2005) A comparative analysis of global and local processing of hierarchical visual stimuli in young children and monkeys (Cebus apella). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 119(2): 155-165.

Duke PA and Howard IP. (2005) Vertical-disparity gradients are processed independently in different depth planes. Vision Research. 45 (15). 2025-2035

Duke PA and Wilcox LM. (2003) Adaptation to vertical disparity induced-depth: implications for disparity processing. Vision Research 43 (2), 135-147.

Eckstein MP, Pham BT and Shimozaki SS. (2004) The footprints of visual attention during search with 100% valid and 100% invalid cues. Vision Research, 44, 1193-1207.

Eckstein MP, Abbey CK, Pham B and Shimozaki SS. (2004) Rapid perceptual learning through attention optimization: Human vs. optimal Bayesian learner. Journal of Vision, 4, 1006-1019.

Eckstein MP, Shimozaki SS and Abbey CK. (2002) The footprints of visual attention in the Posner cueing paradigm revealed by classification images. Journal of Vision, 2(1), 25-45.

Eckstein MP, Thomas JP, Palmer J and Shimozaki SS. (2000) A signal detection model predicts the effects of set-size in visual search accuracy for feature, conjunction and disjunction displays. Perception & Psychophysics, 62(3), 425-251.

Garland KJ and Noyes JM. (2005). Attitudes and confidence towards computers and books as learning tools: A cross-sectional study of student cohorts. British Journal of Educational Technology. 36(1), 85-91.

Garland KJ and Noyes JM. (2004) The effects of mandatory and optional use on students' ratings of a computer-based learning package. British Journal of Educational Technology, 35(3), 263-273.

Garland KJ and Noyes JM. (2004) CRT monitors: Do they interfere with learning? Behaviour & Information Technology, 23, 43-52.

Garland KJ and Noyes JM. (2004) Changes in learning expectations and confidence toward computers: A study of five successive years of undergraduate. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 31(3), 273-279.

Garland KJ and Noyes JM. (2004) Computer experience: A poor predictor of computer attitudes. Computers in Human Behavior, 20(6), 823-840.

Hall DA, Barrett DJK, Akeroyd MA and Summerfield AQ (2005). Cortical representations of temporal structure in sound. Journal of Neurophysiology, 94: 3181-3191.

Howard IP and Duke PA. (2003). Monocular transparency generates quantitative depth. Vision Research. 43 (25), 2615-2621.

Meneer T, Barrett DJK, Phillips L, Cave KR and Donnelly N. (2004) Search Efficiency for Multiple Targets. International Journal of Cognitive Technology, 9(2): 22-25.

Noyes JM and Garland KJ. (2005). Students’ attitudes toward books and computers. Computers in Human Behavior. 21(2), 233-241.

Noyes JM, Garland KJ and Bruneau DPJ. (2004) Humans: Skills, capabilities and limitations. In C Sandom and RS Harvey (Eds.) Human factors for engineers (pp. 35-56). London: The Institution of Electrical Engineers. (ISBN: 0 86341 329 3)

Noyes JM, Garland KJ and Robbins E. (2004) Paper-based versus computer-based assessment: Is workload another test mode effect? British Journal of Educational Technology, 35(1), 111-113.

Noyes JM and Garland KJ. (2003) VDT versus paper-based reading: Reply to Mayes, Sims, and Koonce. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 31(6), 411-423.

Noyes JM and Garland KJ. (2003) Solving the Tower of Hanoi: Does mode of presentation matter? Computers in Human Behavior, 19(5), 579-592.

Shimozaki SS, Thomas JP and Eckstein MP. (2001) Effects of luminance oscillations on simulated lightness discriminations. Perception & Psychophysics, 63(6), 1048-1062.

Shimozaki SS, Eckstein MP and Abbey CK. (2002) Stimulus information contaminates summation tests of independent neural representations of features. Journal of Vision, 2(5), 354-370.

Shimozaki SS, Hayhoe MM, Zelinsky GJ, Weinstein A, Merigan WH and Ballard DH. (2003) Effect of parietal lobe lesions on saccade targeting and spatial memory in a naturalistic visual search task. Neuropsychologia, 41, 1365-1386.

Shimozaki SS, Eckstein MP and Abbey CK. (2003) Comparison of two weighted integration models for the cueing paradigm: linear and likelihood. Journal of Vision, 3(3), 209-229.

Shimozaki SS, Eckstein MP and Abbey CK (2003) An ideal observer with channels vs. feature independent processing of spatial frequency and orientation in visual search performance. Journal of the Optical Society of America, A, 20, 2197-2215.

Shimozaki SS, Eckstein MP and Abbey CK. (2005) Spatial profiles of local and nonlocal effects upon contrast detection/discrimination from classification images. Journal of Vision, 5(1), 45-57.

Spinozzi G, De Lillo C and Castelli S. (2004) Detection of 'Grouped' and 'Ungrouped' parts in visual patterns by tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 118(3): 297-308.

Spinozzi G, De Lillo C and Truppa V. (2003) Global and local processing of hierarchical visual stimuli in tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 117: 15-23.

Wilcox LM and Duke PA. (2005) Spatial and temporal properties of 3D surface interpolation. Perception. 34, 1325-1338.

Wilcox LM and Duke PA. (2003) Stereoscopic surface interpolation supports lightness constancy. Psychological Science, 14 (5), 525-530.


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