Action Perception Laboratory

 

 

 

Research funded by ERSC (along with various other organisations)

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Peer-reviewed articles

icon23. Barraclough, N.E. Page, S.A., Keefe, B.D.,(2016) Visual adaptation enhances action sound discrimination. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics. pp 1-13 doi:10.3758/s13414-016-1199-z

icon22. Keefe, B.D., Wincenciak, J., Jellema, T., Ward, J.W., Barraclough, N.E. (2016) Action adaptation during natural unfolding social scenes influences action recognition and inferences made about actor beliefs. Journal of Vision. Vol. 16(9):9 pp 1-20 doi:10.1167/16.9.9

icon21. Wincenciak, J., Ingham, J., Jellema, T., Barraclough, N.E. (2016) Emotional actions are coded via two mechanisms: with and without identity representation. Frontiers in Psychology. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00693

icon20. Keefe, B.D., Villing, M., Racey, C., Strong, S.M., Wincenciak, J., Barraclough, N.E. (2014) A database of whole-body action videos for the study of action, emotion and untrustworthiness trustworthiness discrimination. Behavior Research Methods doi:10.3758/s13428-013-0439-6

icon19. Bruce Keefe, Milena Dzhelyova, David I. Perrett, Nick E. Barraclough (2013) Adaptation improves facial trustworthiness discrimination. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00358

icon18. Joanna Wincenciak, Milena Dzhelyova, David I. Perrett, Nick E Barraclough (2013) Adaptation to facial trustworthiness is different in female and male observers. Vision Research Vol. 87, pp 30-34 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.visres.2013.05.007

icon17. Nick E. Barraclough, Jennifer Ingham, Stephen Page (2012) Dynamics of walking adaptation aftereffects induced in static images of walking actors. Vision Research Vol. 59, pp.1-8

icon16. Nick E. Barraclough, David I. Perrett (2011) From single cells to social perception. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Vol. 366, pp. 1739-1752

icon15. Jeannette A. M. Lorteije, Nick E. Barraclough, Tjeerd Jellema, Mathijs Raemaekers, Jacob Duijnhouwer, Dengke K. Xiao, Mike W. Oram, Martin J.M. Lankheet, David I. Perrett, Richard J.A. van Wezel (In Press) Responses to animate implied motion processing in cortical area MT can be explained by visual low-level features. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.

icon14. Nick E. Barraclough , Tjeerd Jellema (2011) Visual after-effects for walking actions reveal underlying neural mechanisms for action recognition. Psychological Science. Vol 22 (1), pp.87-94

icon13. Nick E. Barraclough, Rebecca H. Keith, Dengke Xiao, Mike W. Oram, David I. Perrett (2009) Visual adaptation to goal-directed hand actions. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. Vol 21 (9), pp.1806-1820

icon12. David I. Perrett, Dengke Xiao, Nick E. Barraclough, Christian Keysers , Mike W. Oram (2009) Seeing the future: natural image sequences produce ‘anticipatory' neuronal activity and bias perceptual report. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. Vol 62 (11) pp. 2081-2014

icon11. Kim Bale, Paul Chapman, Nick Barraclough, Jon Purdy, Nizamettin Aydin, Paul Dark (2007) Kaleidomaps: a new technique for the visualization of multivariate time-series data. Information Visualization. Vol 6, pp. 155-167

icon10. Nick E. Barraclough, Chris J. Tinsley, Ben S. Webb, Chris J. Vincent, Andrew M. Derrington (2006) rocessing of first-order motion in marmoset visual cortex is influenced by second-order motion . Visual Neuroscience. Vol 23 (5) pp. 815-824

icon9. Nick E. Barraclough, Dengke Xiao, Mike W. Oram, David I. Perrett (2006) The sensitivity of primate STS neurons to walking sequences and to the degree of articulation in static images. Progress in Brain Research. Vol 154 (1) pp. 135-148

8. E. N. Lorincz, J-C. Gómez, T. Jellema , N. Barraclough, D. Xiao, and D. I. Perrett (2005) Do monkeys understand actions and minds of others? Studies of single cell and eye movements. In: From Monkey Brain to Human Brain , edited by Stanislas Dehaene, Jean-René Duhamel, Giacomo Rizzolatti and Marc Hauser, MIT Press

icon7. Nick E. Barraclough, Dengke Xiao, Chris I Baker, Mike W. Oram, David I. Perrett (2005) Integration of visual and auditory information by STS neurons responsive to the sight of actions. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. Vol 17 (3) pp. 377-391

icon6. Nick E. Barraclough, Dengke –K. Xiao, David I. Perrett (2004) Understanding audio-visual communication at the level of the single neuron. Special edition on ‘The Origin of Language', Kagaku (Science). Vol.74 (7) pp. 891-893

icon5. Chris J. Tinsley, Ben S. Webb, Nick E. Barraclough, Chris J. Vincent, Amanda Parker and Andrew M. Derrington (2003) The nature of V1 neural responses to 2D moving patterns depends upon receptive field structure in the Marmoset Monkey. Journal of Neurophysiology. 90, pp. 930-937

icon4. Webb, B.S., Tinsley, C.J., Barraclough, N.E., Parker, A. & Derrington, A.M. (2003) Gain control from beyond the classical receptive field in primate primary visual cortex. Visual Neuroscience. 20, (3), pp. 221-30

icon3. Derrington, A.M., Parker, A., Barraclough, N.E., Easton A., Goodson, G.R., Parker, K.P., Tinsley, C.J., Webb, B.S. (2002) The uses of colour vision: behavioural and physiological distinctiveness of colour stimuli. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Biology. 357, (1424), pp. 975-985

icon2. Webb, B.S., Tinsley, C.J., Barraclough, N.E., Easton , A., Parker, A., Derrington, A.M. (2002) Feedback from V1 and inhibition from beyond the classical receptive field modulates the responses of neurons in the primate lateral geniculate nucleus. Visual Neuroscience. 19, pp. 1-10

1. Lawrence ,T., Edwards, C., Barraclough, N., Church, S., Hetherington, F. (1995) Modelling childhood causes of paranormal belief and experience: Childhood trauma and childhood fantasy. Personality and individual differences. 19 (2) pp. 209-215

 

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