William Curran

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Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom 
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Curran W, Beattie L, Bilello D, et al. (2019) The direction after-effect is a global motion phenomenon. Royal Society Open Science. 6: 190114
Beattie L, Curran W, Benton CP, et al. (2017) Perceived duration of brief visual events is mediated by timing mechanisms at the global stages of visual processing. Royal Society Open Science. 4: 160928
Latimer K, Curran W. (2016) The duration compression effect is mediated by adaptation of both retinotopic and spatiotopic mechanisms. Vision Research
Curran W, Benton CP, Harris JM, et al. (2016) Adapting to time: Duration channels do not mediate human time perception. Journal of Vision. 16: 4
Dupont S, Çakmak H, Curran W, et al. (2016) Laughter research: A review of the ILHAIRE project Intelligent Systems Reference Library. 105: 147-181
McKeown G, Sneddon I, Curran W. (2015) Gender differences in the perceptions of genuine and simulated laughter and amused facial expressions Emotion Review. 7: 30-38
Griffin HJ, Aung MSH, Romera-Paredes B, et al. (2015) Perception and automatic recognition of laughter from whole-body motion: Continuous and categorical perspectives Ieee Transactions On Affective Computing. 6: 165-178
Curran W, Thornton T, Arvey B, et al. (2015) Evaluating impact in the ROS ecosystem Proceedings - Ieee International Conference On Robotics and Automation. 2015: 6213-6219
Latimer K, Curran W, Benton CP. (2014) Direction-contingent duration compression is primarily retinotopic. Vision Research. 105: 47-52
Beattie L, Curran W. (2014) A role for local mechanisms in perceived duration of brief visual events F1000research. 14: 1145-1145
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