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Type: Dataset | 2021 | University of Southampton

Category systems for real-world scenes - Matt D. Anderson, Erich Graf, James H. Elder, Krista Ehinger and Wendy Adams
Type: Article | 2021

Teaching a modelling process: Reflections from an online course - Jakub Bijak, André Grow, Philip Higham, Jason Hilton, Martin Hinsch, Kim Lipscombe, Sarah Nurse, Toby Prike, Oliver Reinhardt, Peter W.F. Smith and Adelinde Uhrmacher
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021 | IEEE | Item availability restricted.

Modelling migration: Decisions, processes and outcomes - Jakub Bijak, Philip Higham, Jason Hilton, Martin Hinsch, Sarah Nurse, Toby Prike, Oliver Reinhardt, Peter W.F. Smith and Adelinde M. Uhrmacher
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021 | IEEE | Item availability restricted.

Towards Bayesian Model-Based Demography:: Agency, Complexity and Uncertainty in Migration Studies - Jakub Bijak, Philip Higham, Jason Hilton, Martin Hinsch, Sarah Nurse, Toby Prike, Oliver Reinhardt, Peter W.F. Smith, Adelinde M. Uhrmacher and Tom Warnke
Type: Book | 2021 | Springer | Item availability restricted.

Into a new decade - Marc Brysbaert, Zsuzsa Bakk, Erin Buchanan, Denis Drieghe, Andreas Frey, Eunsook Kim, Victor Kuperman, Christopher Madan, Marco Marelli, Sebastiaan Mathôt, Dubravka Svetina Valdivia and Melvin Yap
Type: Editorial | 2021

Dopaminergic modulation of working memory and cognitive flexibility in a zebrafish model of aging-related cognitive decline - Madeleine Cleal, Barbara Fontana, Molly Double, Roxana Mezabrovschi, Leah Parcell, Edward Redhead and Matthew O. Parker
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Dataset | 2021 | UK Data Archive | Item not available on this server.

Avoiding potential pitfalls in visual search and eye movement experiments: A tutorial review - Hayward Godwin, Michael C Hout, Katrin Alexdottir, S.C. Walenchok and Anthony S Barnhart
Type: Review | 2021

Type: Article | 2021

Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

The benefits of successive relearning on multiple learning outcomes - Philip Higham, Bettina Zengel, Laura Bartlett and Julie A. Hadwin
Type: Article | 2021

Eye tracking: empirical foundations for a minimal reporting guideline - Kenneth Holmqvist, Saga Lee Örbom, Ignace T. C. Hooge, Diederick C. Niehorster, Robert G. Alexander, Richard Andersson, Jeroen S. Benjamins, Pieter Blignaut, Anne-Marie Brouwer, Lewis L. Chuang, Kirsten A. Dalrymple, Denis Drieghe, Matt J. Dunn, Ulrich Ettinger, Susann Fiedler, Tom Foulsham, Jos N. van der Geest, Dan Witzner Hanson, Sam Hutton, Enkelejda Kasneci, Alan Kingstone, Paul C. Knox, Ellen M. Kok, Helena Lee, Joy Yeonjoo Lee, Jukka M. Leppänen, Stephen Macknik, Païvi Majaranta, Susana Martinez-Conde, Antje Nuthmann, Marcus Nyström, Jacob L. Orquin, Jorge Otero-Milan, Soon Young Park, Stanislav Popelka, Frank Proudlock, Frank Renkewitz, Austin J. Roorda, Michael Schulte-Mecklenbeck, Bonita Sharif, Frederick Shic, Mark Shovman, Mervyn G. Thomas, Ward Venrooij, Raymondas Zemblys and Roy S. Hessels
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Examining the effects of passive and active strategy use during interactive search for lego bricks - Michael C Hout, Bryan White, Jessica Madrid, Hayward Godwin and Collin Scarince
Type: Article | 2021

Human appetitive Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer: a goal-directed account - Justin Mahlberg, Tina Seabrooke, Gabrielle Weidemann, Lee Hogarth, Chris Mitchell and Ahmed Moustafa
Type: Review | 2021

Type: Article | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

Type: Article | 2021

A meta-analysis investigating the association between metacognition and math performance in adolescence - Gemma Muncer, Philip Higham, Corentin Gosling, Samuele Cortese, Henry Wood-Downie and Julie A. Hadwin
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Article | 2021

A comparison of covert and overt retrieval practice over multiple spaced sessions - Jade S Pickering, Philip Higham, Julie Hadwin, Rosalind Potts and Kou Murayama
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

Type: Article | 2021

Homeless people and their dogs: Exploring the nature and impact of the human–companion animal bond - Louise Scanlon, Pru Hobson-West, Katy Cobb, Elizabeth Mcbride and Jenny Stavisky
Type: Article | 2021

Assessment of health and welfare in a small sample of dogs owned by people who are homeless - Louise Scanlon, Pru Hobson-West, katy cobb, Elizabeth Mcbride and Jenny Stavisky
Type: Article | 2021

Pretesting boosts item but not source memory - Tina Seabrooke, Chris J. Mitchell and Timothy J. Hollins
Type: Article | 2021

The benefits of impossible tests: assessing the role of error-correction in the pretesting effect - Tina Seabrooke, Chris J. Mitchell, Andy J. Wills, Angus Inkster and Timothy J. Hollins
Type: Article | 2021

Color naming and categorization depend on distinct functional brain networks - Katarzyna Siuda-Krzywicka, Christoph Witzel, Paolo Bartolomeo and Laurent Cohen
Type: Article | 2021

The efficacy of interdisciplinary near-peer teaching within neuroanatomical education—preliminary observations - Charles Taylor, Octavia Kurn, Steven Glautier, Deepika Anbu, Oliver Dean, Eva Nagy, Charlie Harrison, December Payne, Sam Hall and Scott Border
Type: Article | 2021

Colour category constancy and the development of colour naming - Christoph Witzel, Zoe Flack, Emma Sanchez-walker and Anna Franklin
Type: Article | 2021

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