O. Scott Gwinn
O. Scott Gwinn
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Verified email at flinders.edu.au
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No role for lightness in the perception of black and white? Simultaneous contrast affects perceived skin tone, but not perceived race
KR Brooks, OS Gwinn
Perception 39 (8), 1142-1145, 2010
322010
Race-contingent face aftereffects: a result of perceived racial typicality, not categorization
OS Gwinn, KR Brooks
Journal of vision 13 (10), 13-13, 2013
172013
No role for lightness in the encoding of Black and White: Race-contingent face aftereffects depend on facial morphology, not facial luminance
OS Gwinn, KR Brooks
Visual Cognition 23 (5), 597-611, 2015
152015
Face encoding is not categorical: Consistent evidence across multiple types of contingent aftereffects
OS Gwinn, KR Brooks
Visual Cognition 23 (7), 867-893, 2015
92015
Limited evidence of hierarchical encoding in the cheerleader effect
DJ Carragher, NA Thomas, OS Gwinn, MER Nicholls
Scientific Reports 9, 9329, 2019
52019
Asymmetric neural responses for facial expressions and anti-expressions
OS Gwinn, CN Matera, SF O’Neil, MA Webster
Neuropsychologia 119, 405-416, 2018
42018
Neural correlates of perceptual color inferences as revealed by# thedress
TL Retter, OS Gwinn, SF O'Neil, F Jiang, MA Webster
Journal of vision 20 (3), 7-7, 2020
32020
The cheerleader effect is robust to experimental manipulations of presentation time
DJ Carragher, NA Thomas, OS Gwinn, MER Nicholls
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 32 (5-6), 553-561, 2020
22020
Cognitive load exacerbates rightward biases during computer maze navigation
ML Bartlett, OS Gwinn, NA Thomas, MER Nicholls
Brain and cognition 140, 105547, 2020
12020
An objective and reliable electrophysiological marker for implicit trustworthiness perception
DC Swe, R Palermo, OS Gwinn, G Rhodes, M Neumann, S Payart, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 15 (3), 337-346, 2020
12020
Hemispheric Asymmetries in Deaf and Hearing During Sustained Peripheral Selective Attention
OS Gwinn, F Jiang
The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 25 (1), 1-9, 2020
12020
Electrophysiological correlates of perceptual blue-yellow asymmetries with# thedress
T Retter, O Gwinn, S O'Neil, F Jiang, M Webster
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 128-128, 2017
12017
No role for lightness in adaptation for Black and White: Race-contingent face aftereffects depend on facial morphology, not skin tone
OS Gwinn, KR Brooks
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 860-860, 2013
12013
A face in the crowd: Examining race perception and lightness contrast
OS Gwinn, KR Brooks
North Ryde, NSW: Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science, 2010
12010
Reinforcement history shapes primary visual cortical responses: An SSVEP study
O Griffiths, OS Gwinn, S Russo, I Baetu, MER Nicholls
Biological Psychology 158, 108004, 2020
2020
Shining a Light on Race: Contrast and Assimilation Effects in the Perception of Skin Tone and Racial Typicality
KR Brooks, D Sturman, OS Gwinn
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 3353, 2020
2020
The “cheerleader effect” in facial and bodily attractiveness: A result of memory bias and not perceptual encoding
JYJ Hsieh, OS Gwinn, KR Brooks, ID Stephen, DJ Carragher, ...
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1747021820976087, 2020
2020
Flowers in the Attic: Lateralization of the detection of meaning in visual noise
SJ Cropper, A McCauley, OS Gwinn, M Bartlett, MER Nicholls
Journal of Vision 20 (10), 11-11, 2020
2020
Through Doorways and Down Corridors: Investigating Asymmetries During Computer Maze Navigation
NA Thomas, OS Gwinn, ML Bartlett, MER Nicholls
Journal of cognition 3 (1), 2020
2020
Deaf individuals show enhanced face processing in the periphery
KR Lee, E Groesbeck, OS Gwinn, F Jiang
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 261c-261c, 2019
2019
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