Tamara Watson
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Perceptual grouping of biological motion promotes binocular rivalry
T Watson, J Pearson, C Clifford
Current Biology 14 (18), 1670-1674, 2004
Fitting the mind to the world: Face adaptation and attractiveness aftereffects
G Rhodes, L Jeffery, TL Watson, CWG Clifford, K Nakayama
Psychological science 14 (6), 558-566, 2003
Orientation-contingent face aftereffects and implications for face-coding mechanisms
G Rhodes, L Jeffery, TL Watson, E Jaquet, C Winkler, CWG Clifford
Current Biology 14 (23), 2119-2123, 2004
Pulling faces: An investigation of the face-distortion aftereffect
TL Watson, CWG Clifford
Perception 32 (9), 1109-1116, 2003
A comparison of eye tracking latencies among several commercial head-mounted displays
N Stein, DC Niehorster, T Watson, F Steinicke, K Rifai, S Wahl, M Lappe
i-Perception 12 (1), 2041669520983338, 2021
Perceptual adaptation helps us identify faces
G Rhodes, TL Watson, L Jeffery, CWG Clifford
Vision research 50 (10), 963-968, 2010
Attentional bias modification facilitates attentional control mechanisms: Evidence from eye tracking
NTM Chen, PJF Clarke, TL Watson, C MacLeod, AJ Guastella
Biological Psychology 104, 139-146, 2015
The relationship between saccadic suppression and perceptual stability
TL Watson, B Krekelberg
Current Biology 19 (12), 1040-1043, 2009
Implications of holistic face processing in autism and schizophrenia
T Watson
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 1-11, 2013
Biased saccadic responses to emotional stimuli in anxiety : an antisaccade study
N Chen, P Clarke, T Watson, C MacLeod, G A
PLoS One 9 (2), 2014
Two sources of bias explain errors in facial age estimation
CWG Clifford, TL Watson, D White
Royal Society open science 5 (10), 180841, 2018
Orientation dependence of the orientation-contingent face aftereffect
TL Watson, CWG Clifford
Vision Research 46 (20), 3422-3429, 2006
Motion as a cue for viewpoint invariance
T Watson, A Johnston, H Hill, N Troje
Visual Cognition 12 (7), 1291-1308, 2005
Infant perceptual development for faces and spoken words : an integrated approach
T Watson, R Robbins, C Best
Developmental Psychobiology 56, 1454-1481, 2014
A combinatorial study of pose effects in unfamiliar face recognition
I Van der Linde, T Watson
Vision research 50 (5), 522-533, 2010
An equivalent noise investigation of saccadic suppression
T Watson, B Krekelberg
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (17), 6535-6541, 2011
Mismatch negativity/P3a complex in young people with psychiatric disorders: a cluster analysis
M Kaur, J Lagopoulos, PB Ward, TL Watson, SL Naismith, IB Hickie, ...
PloS one 7 (12), e51871, 2012
A Bayesian approach to person perception
CWG Clifford, I Mareschal, Y Otsuka, TL Watson
Consciousness and cognition 36, 406-413, 2015
Attenuation of auditory evoked potentials for hand and eye-initiated sounds
NG Mifsud, T Beesley, TL Watson, TJ Whitford
Biological psychology 120, 61-68, 2016
Who are you expecting? : biases in face perception reveal prior expectations for sex and age
Watson T, Otsuka Y, Clifford C
Journal of Vision 16, 2016
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