Glyn W. Humphreys
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Visual search and stimulus similarity.
J Duncan, GW Humphreys
Psychological review 96 (3), 433, 1989
Cascade processes in picture identification
GW Humphreys, MJ Riddoch, PT Quinlan
Cognitive neuropsychology 5 (1), 67-104, 1988
Birmingham object recognition battery
MJ Riddoch, GW Humphreys
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1993
Early, involuntary top-down guidance of attention from working memory.
D Soto, D Heinke, GW Humphreys, MJ Blanco
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (2), 248, 2005
Competitive brain activity in visual attention
J Duncan, G Humphreys, R Ward
Current opinion in neurobiology 7 (2), 255-261, 1997
Beyond the search surface: Visual search and attentional engagement.
J Duncan, G Humphreys
American Psychological Association 18 (2), 578, 1992
Hierarchies, similarity, and interactivity in object recognition:“Category-specific” neuropsychological deficits
GW Humphreys, EME Forde
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (3), 453-476, 2001
Visual marking: prioritizing selection for new objects by top-down attentional inhibition of old objects.
DG Watson, GW Humphreys
Psychological review 104 (1), 90, 1997
Left temporoparietal junction is necessary for representing someone else's belief
D Samson, IA Apperly, C Chiavarino, GW Humphreys
Nature neuroscience 7 (5), 499-500, 2004
Segregating semantic from phonological processes during reading
CJ Price, CJ Moore, GW Humphreys, RJS Wise
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 9 (6), 727-733, 1997
Visual object processing in optic aphasia: A case of semantic access agnosia
MJ Riddoch, GW Humphreys
Cognitive Neuropsychology 4 (2), 131-185, 1987
Visual cognition: Computational, experimental and neuropsychological perspectives
GW Humphreys, V Bruce
Psychology Press, 1989
The effect of cueing on unilateral neglect
MJ Riddoch, GW Humphreys
Neuropsychologia 21 (6), 589-599, 1983
Automatic guidance of attention from working memory
D Soto, J Hodsoll, P Rotshtein, GW Humphreys
Trends in cognitive sciences 12 (9), 342-348, 2008
Are there independent lexical and nonlexical routes in word processing? An evaluation of the dual-route theory of reading
GW Humphreys, LJ Evett
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8 (4), 689-705, 1985
To see but not to see: A case study of visual agnosia
GW Humphreys, MJ Riddoch
Psychology Press, 2013
A case of integrative visual agnosia
MJ Riddoch, GW Humphreys
Brain 110 (6), 1431-1462, 1987
The use of abstract graphemic information in lexical access
LJ Evett, GW Humphreys
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 33 (4), 325-350, 1981
The effects of surface detail on object categorization and naming
CJ Price, GW Humphreys
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 41 (4), 797-828, 1989
Calling a squirrel a squirrel but a canoe a wigwam: A category-specific deficit for artefactual objects and body parts
C Sacchett, GW Humphreys
Cognitive Neuropsychology 9 (1), 73-86, 1992
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