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Ian M. Thornton

University of Wales Swansea, Department of Psychology, Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom 
on how the brain represents information that changes over time
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Nguyen TTN, Vuong QC, Mather G, et al. (2020) Ensemble coding of crowd speed using biological motion. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Mayer KM, Thornton IM, Vuong QC. (2019) Comparable search efficiency for human and animal targets in the context of natural scenes. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Thornton IM, Srismith D, Oxner M, et al. (2018) Other-race faces are given more weight than own-race faces when assessing the composition of crowds. Vision Research
Bülthoff I, Mohler BJ, Thornton IM. (2018) Face recognition of full-bodied avatars by active observers in a virtual environment. Vision Research
Mayer KM, Vuong QC, Thornton IM. (2015) Do People "Pop Out"? Plos One. 10: e0139618
Thornton IM, Horowitz TS. (2015) Does action disrupt multiple object tracking (MOT)? Psihologija. 48: 289-301
Caniard F, Bülthoff HH, Thornton IM. (2014) Action can amplify motion-induced illusory displacement. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 1058
Kristjánsson Á, Jóhannesson ÓI, Thornton IM. (2014) Common attentional constraints in visual foraging. Plos One. 9: e100752
Thornton IM, Wootton Z, Pedmanson P. (2014) Matching biological motion at extreme distances. Journal of Vision. 14: 13
Thornton IM, Bülthoff HH, Horowitz TS, et al. (2014) Interactive multiple object tracking (iMOT). Plos One. 9: e86974
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