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Aug-2006Analysis of local and global timing and pitch change in ordinary melodiesWatt, Roger; Quinn, SandraConference Paper
2012Are the responses generated during a psychophysical task independent of previously presented stimuli or do they depend on earlier stimulus presentations?Quinn, Sandra; Watt, RogerJournal Article
10-Feb-2010Authors' response to commentaries: Do image descriptions underlie word recognition in reading?Watt, Roger; Dakin, Steven CJournal Article
Apr-2009Biological "bar codes" in human facesDakin, Steven C; Watt, RogerJournal Article
Oct-2009Dissociable effects of attention and crowding on orientation averagingDakin, Steven C; Bex, Peter J; Cass, John R; Watt, RogerJournal Article
13-Aug-2008Families of models for gabor paths demonstrate the importance of spatial adjacencyWatt, Roger; Ledgeway, Tim; Dakin, Steven CJournal Article
Aug-2008It depends what you do in the laboratoryWatt, Roger; Quinn, SandraJournal Article
Aug-2006The perception of local and global timing in simple melodiesQuinn, Sandra; Watt, RogerConference Paper
Aug-2011A reply to Kogo and Wagemans (Author Response)Watt, RogerJournal Article
Sep-2007A role for eyebrows in regulating the visibility of eye gaze directionWatt, Roger; Craven, Ben; Quinn, SandraJournal Article
May-2007Some robust higher-level percepts for musicWatt, Roger; Quinn, SandraJournal Article
Feb-2010The utility of image descriptions in the initial stages of vision: a case study of printed textWatt, Roger; Dakin, Steven CJournal Article
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