Thomas S. Baguley, BA, DipAppPsych, PhD

Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, England, United Kingdom 
Experimental psychology, Psychological statistics, Human memory, Cognition, Spatial cognition
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Gous G, Dunn AK, Baguley T, et al. (2018) An exploration of the accentuation effect: errors in memory for voice fundamental frequency (F0) and speech rate Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 33: 98-110
Smith HM, Baguley TS, Robson J, et al. (2018) Forensic voice discrimination by lay listeners: The effect of speech type and background noise on performance Applied Cognitive Psychology. 33: 272-287
Dunn TJ, Baguley T, Dunn AK. (2017) Spatial memory exclusivity: Examining performance of multiple object-location memories Spatial Cognition & Computation. 18: 48-66
Smith HM, Dunn AK, Baguley T, et al. (2016) The effect of inserting an inter-stimulus interval in face-voice matching tasks. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-35
Smith HM, Dunn AK, Baguley T, et al. (2016) Matching novel face and voice identity using static and dynamic facial images. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Smith HMJ, Dunn AK, Baguley T, et al. (2016) Concordant Cues in Faces and Voices Evolutionary Psychology. 14: 147470491663031
Dunn TJ, Baguley T, Brunsden V. (2014) From alpha to omega: a practical solution to the pervasive problem of internal consistency estimation. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953). 105: 399-412
Wells T, Baguley T, Sergeant M, et al. (2013) Perceptions of human attractiveness comprising face and voice cues. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 42: 805-11
Clark DP, Dunn AK, Baguley T. (2013) Testing the exclusivity effect in location memory. Memory (Hove, England). 21: 512-23
Dunn AK, Taylor N, Baguley T. (2013) Size and emotion or depth and emotion? Evidence, using Matryoshka (Russian) dolls, of children using physical depth as a proxy for emotional charge Bmc Psychology. 1: 21
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