Paul A. Warren

Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology University of Manchester, Manchester, England, United Kingdom 
"Paul Warren"
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Champion RA, Evans L, Warren PA. (2021) The effect of eccentricity on the linear-radial speed bias: Testing the motion-in-depth model. Vision Research. 189: 93-103
Gowen E, Jachim S, Subri S, et al. (2020) Collinear facilitation and contour integration in autistic adults: Examining lateral and feedback connectivity. Vision Research. 177: 56-67
Evans L, Champion RA, Rushton SK, et al. (2020) Detection of scene-relative object movement and optic flow parsing across the adult lifespan. Journal of Vision. 20: 12
Couth S, Poole D, Gowen E, et al. (2019) The Effect of Ageing on Optimal Integration of Conflicting and Non-Conflicting Visual-Haptic Stimuli. Multisensory Research. 1-26
Poole D, Gowen E, Warren PA, et al. (2018) Visual-tactile selective attention in autism spectrum condition: An increased influence of visual distractors. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Poole D, Poliakoff E, Gowen E, et al. (2017) Similarities in Autistic and Neurotypical Visual-Haptic Perception When Making Judgements About Conflicting Sensory Stimuli. Multisensory Research. 30: 509-536
Rushton SK, Niehorster DC, Warren PA, et al. (2017) The primary role of flow processing in the identification of scene-relative object movement. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Rogers C, Rushton SK, Warren PA. (2017) Peripheral Visual Cues Contribute to the Perception of Object Movement During Self-Movement. I-Perception. 8: 2041669517736072
Farmer GD, Warren PA, El-Deredy W, et al. (2017) The Effect of Expected Value on Attraction Effect Preference Reversals. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 30: 785-793
Warren PA, Gostoli U, Farmer GD, et al. (2017) A Re-Examination of "Bias" in Human Randomness Perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
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