Items where Author is "Keyes, Helen"

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Keyes, Helen and Green, Faye and Compton, Chelsey and Staton, Matt (2019) Short-term cognitive conspicuity training does not improve driver detection of motorcycles at road junctions: A reply to Crundall, Howard & Young (2017). Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 67. pp. 57-65. ISSN 1873-5517

Harvey, Annelie J. and Keyes, Helen (2019) How do I compare thee? An evidence-based approach to the presentation of class comparison information to students using Dashboard. Innovations in Education and Teaching International. ISSN 1470-3300

Keyes, Helen and Whitmore, Antony and Naneva, Stanislava and McDermott, Daragh T. (2019) The Priming Function of In-car Audio Instruction. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 72 (3). pp. 643-650. ISSN 1747-0226

Keyes, Helen and Zalicks, Catherine (2016) Socially Important Faces Are Processed Preferentially to Other Familiar and Unfamiliar Faces in a Priming Task across a Range of Viewpoints. PLOS ONE, 11 (5). e0156350. ISSN 1932-6203

Keyes, Helen and Dlugokencka, Aleksandra (2014) Do I Have My Attention? Speed of Processing Advantages for the Self-Face Are Not Driven by Automatic Attention Capture. PLOS ONE, 9 (10). e110792. ISSN 1932-6203

Keyes, Helen (2012) Categorical perception effects for facial identity in robustly represented familiar and self-faces: The role of configural and featural information. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65 (4). pp. 760-772. ISSN 1747-0226

Rooney, Brendan and Keyes, Helen and Brady, Nuala (2012) Shared or separate mechanisms for self-face and other-face processing? Evidence from adaptation. Frontiers in Psychology, 3. p. 66. ISSN 1664-1078

Keyes, Helen and Brady, Nuala (2010) Self-face recognition is characterized by “bilateral gain” and by faster, more accurate performance which persists when faces are inverted. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63 (5). pp. 840-847. ISSN 1747-0226

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