Derek H. Arnold

University of Queensland, Saint Lucia, Queensland, Australia 
"Derek Arnold"

Completed my PhD at Macquarie University in Sydney Australia, before taking up research fellowships at the University of Sydney and University College London. Took up a faculty position at the University of Queensland in 2006.

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Yarrow K, Solomon JA, Arnold DH, et al. (2023) The best fitting of three contemporary observer models reveals how participants' strategy influences the window of subjective synchrony. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Saurels BW, Johnston A, Yarrow K, et al. (2023) Event Probabilities Have a Different Impact on Early and Late Electroencephalographic Measures Regarded as Metrics of Prediction. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Bouyer LN, Arnold DH, Johnston A, et al. (2023) Predictive extrapolation effects can have a greater impact on visual decisions, while visual adaptation has a greater impact on conscious visual experience. Consciousness and Cognition. 115: 103583
Arnold DH, Johnston A, Adie J, et al. (2023) On why we lack confidence in some signal-detection-based analyses of confidence. Consciousness and Cognition. 113: 103532
Hohaia W, Saurels BW, Johnston A, et al. (2022) Occipital alpha-band brain waves when the eyes are closed are shaped by ongoing visual processes. Scientific Reports. 12: 1194
Saurels BW, Hohaia W, Yarrow K, et al. (2021) Visual predictions, neural oscillations and naïve physics. Scientific Reports. 11: 16127
Arnold DH, Saurels BW, Anderson NL, et al. (2021) An observer model of tilt perception, sensitivity and confidence. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 288: 20211276
Arnold DH, Hohaia W, Yarrow K. (2020) Neural correlates of subjective timing precision and confidence. Scientific Reports. 10: 3098
Saurels BW, Lipp OV, Yarrow K, et al. (2019) Predictable events elicit less visual and temporal information uptake in an oddball paradigm. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Gallagher RM, Suddendorf T, Arnold DH. (2019) Confidence as a diagnostic tool for perceptual aftereffects. Scientific Reports. 9: 7124
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