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[103] Kentridge, R.W. (in press) Change blindness. in Wright, J.D. (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Edition. Amsterdam: Elsevier. PDF not yet available, contact by email for further details.

[102] Norman, L.J.; Heywood, C.A. & Kentridge, R.W. (in press) Direct encoding of orientation variance in the visual system. to appear in Journal of Vision. PDF not yet available, contact by email for further details.

[101] Norman, L.J.; Heywood, C.A. & Kentridge, R.W. (in press) Exogenous attention to unseen objects? to appear in Consciousness & Cognition. PDF not yet available, contact by email for further details.

[100] Chadwick, A.C. & Kentridge, R.W. (2015) The perception of gloss: A review. Vision Research 109, 221-235. PDF not yet available, contact by email for further details.

[99] Foley, R. & Kentridge, R.W. (2015) Type-2 Blindsight: Empirical and Philosophical Perspectives. Consciousness & Cognition 32, 1-5. PDF not yet available, contact by email for further details.

[98] Kentridge, R.W. (2015) What is it like to have type-2 blindsight? Drawing inferences from residual function in type-1 blindsight. Consciousness & Cognition 32, 41-44. PDF not yet available, contact by email for further details.

[97] Block, N.; Carmel, D.; Fleming, S.M.; Kentridge, R.W.; Koch, C.; Lamme, V.A.F.; Lau, H. & Rosenthal, D. (2014) Consciousness science: Real progress and lingering misconceptions. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 18, 556-557. PDF not yet available, contact by email for further details.

[96] Kentridge, R.W. (2014) Object Perception: Where Do We See the Weight? Current Biology 24, R740-R741. PDF not yet available, contact by email for further details.

[95] Norman, L.J.; Akins, K.; Heywood, C.A. & Kentridge, R.W. (2014) Colour constancy for an unseen surface. Current Biology 24, 2822-2826. PDF not yet available, contact by email for further details.

[94] Kentridge, R.W. (2013) Visual attention: Bringing the unseen past into view. Current Biology 23 , R69-R71. Read

[93] Lewald, J.; Kentridge, R.W.; Peters, S.; Tegenthoff, M.; Heywood, C.A. & Hausmann, M. (2013) Auditory visual localization in hemianopia. Neuropsychology 27 , 573-582 . Read

[92] Norman, L.J.; Heywood, C.A. & Kentridge, R.W. (2013) Object-based attention without awareness. Psychological Science 24, 836-843 . Read

[91] de-Wit, L.H.; Milner, A.D. & Kentridge, R.W. (2012) Shadows remain segmented as selectable regions in object based attention paradigms. iPerception 3 , 150-158. Read

[90] Kentridge, R.W.; Thomson, R. & Heywood, C.A. (2012) Glossiness perception can be mediated independently of cortical processing of colour or texture. Cortex 48 , 1244-1246 . Read

[89] Kentridge, R.W. (2012) Blindsight: Spontaneous Scanning of Complex Scenes. Current Biology 22, R605-R606 . Read

[88] Schuett, S.; Heywood, C. A.; Kentridge, R.W.; Dauner, R. & Zihl, J. (2012) Rehabilitation of reading and visual exploration impairments in visual field disorders: Transfer or specificity? Brain 135 , 912-921 . Read

[87] de-Wit, L.H.; Lefevre, C.; Kentridge, R.W.; Rees, G. & Saygin, A.P. (2011) Investigating the status of biological stimuli as objects of attention in multiple object tracking. PLoS ONE 6, e16232 . Read

[86] de-Wit, L.H.; Cole, G.G.; Kentridge, R.W. & Milner, A.D. (2011) The parallel representation of the objects selected by attention. Journal of Vision 11, (13) 1-10. Read

[85] Kentridge R.W. (2011) Attention without awareness: A brief review. in Mole, C.; Smithies, D. & Wu, W. (eds.) Attention: Philosophical and Psychological Essays. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 228-246. Read

[84] Marrett, N.E.; de-Wit, L.H.; Roser, M.; Kentridge, R.W.; Milner, A.D. & Lambert, A.J. (2011) Testing the dorsal stream attention hypothesis: Electrophysiological correlates and the effects of ventral stream damage. Visual Cognition 19, 1089-1121. Read

[83] Norman, L.J.; Heywood, C.A. & Kentridge, R.W. (2011) Contrasting the processes of texture segmentation and discrimination with static and phase-reversing stimuli. Vision Research 51, 2039-2047 . Read

[82] Cavina-Pratesi, C.; Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A. & Milner, A.D. (2010) Separate processing of texture and form in the ventral stream: Evidence from fMRI and visual agnosia. Cerebral Cortex 20, 433-446. Read

[81] Cavina-Pratesi, C.; Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A. & Milner, A.D. (2010) Separate channels for processing form, texture, and color: Evidence from fMRI adaptation and visual object agnosia. Cerebral Cortex 20, 2319-2332. Read

[80] Cole, G.G.; Kuhn, G.; Heywood, C.A. & Kentridge R.W. (2009) The prioritization of feature singletons in the change detection paradigm. Experimental Psychology 56, 134-146. Read

[79] de-Wit, L.H.; Kentridge, R.W. & Milner, A.D. (2009) Shape processing area LO and illusory contours. Perception 38, 1260-1263. Read

[78] de-Wit, L.H.; Kentridge, R.W. & Milner, A.D. (2009) Object-based attention and visual area LO. Neuropsychologia 47, 1483-1490. Read

[77] Heywood, C.A. & Kentridge, R.W. (2009) Akinetopsia. in Bayne, T.; Cleemans, A. & Wilken, P. (eds.) The Oxford Companion to Consciousness Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 24-25. Read

[76] Kentridge, R.W. & Heywood, C.A. (2009) Colour: Scientific perspectives. in Bayne, T.; Cleermans, A. & Wilken, P. (eds.) The Oxford Companion to Consciousness. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 149-155. Read

[75] Mullin, C.R.; Demonet, J.F.; Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A.; Goodale, M.A. & Steeves, J.K. (2009) Preserved striate cortex is not sufficient to support the McCollough effect: Evidence from two patients with cerebral achromatopsia. Perception 38, 1741-1747. Read

[74] Schuett, S.; Kentridge, R.W.; Zihl, J. & Heywood, C.A. (2009) Is the origin of the hemianopic line bisection error purely visual? Vision Research 49, 1668-1680. Read

[73] Schuett, S.; Kentridge, R.W.; Zihl, J. & Heywood, C.A. (2009) Are hemianopic reading and visual exploration impairments visually elicited? New insights from eye movements in simulated hemianopia. Neuropsychologia 47, 733-746. Read

[72] Schuett, S.; Kentridge, R.W.; Zihl, J. & Heywood, C.A. (2009) Adaptation of eye movements to simulated hemianopia in reading and visual exploration: Transfer or specificity? Neuropsychologia 47, 1712-1720. Read

[71] Arnott, S.R.; Heywood C.A.; Kentridge, R.W. & Goodale M. (2008) Voice recognition and the posterior cingulate: An fMRI study of prosopagnosia. Journal of Neuropsychology 2, 269-286. Read

[70] Cowey, A.; Alexander, I.; Heywood, C. & Kentridge, R. (2008) Pupillary responses to coloured and contourless displays in total cerebral achromatopsia. Brain 131, 2153-2160. Read

[69] Kentridge, R.W.; Nijboer, T.C.W. & Heywood, C.A. (2008) Attended but unseen: Visual attention is not sufficient for visual awareness. Neuropsychologia 46, 864-869. Read

[68] Kentridge, R.W. (2008) Blindsight. in Binder, M.D.; Hirokawa, N. & Windhorst, U. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Neuroscience Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. pp. 426-429. Read

[67] Kentridge, R.W.; de-Wit, L.H. & Heywood, C.A. (2008) What is attended in spatial attention? Journal of Consciousness Studies 15, 105-111. Read

[66] Schuett, S.; Heywood, C.A.; Kentridge, R.W. & Zihl, J. (2008) The significance of visual information processing in reading: Insights from hemianopic dyslexia. Neuropsychologia 46, 2445-2462. Read

[65] Schuett, S.; Heywood, C.A.; Kentridge, R.W. & Zihl, J. (2008) Rehabilitation of hemianopic dyslexia: Are words necessary for re-learning oculomotor control? Brain 131, 3156-3168. Read

[64] Burt, D.M.; Kentridge, R.W.; Good, J.M.M.; Perrett, D.I.; Tiddeman, B.P. & Boothroyd, L.G. (2007) Q-cgi: New techniques to assess variation perception applied to facial attractiveness. Proceeding of the Royal Society (London) Series B 274, 2779-2784. Read

[63] Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A. & Weiskrantz, L. (2007) Colour-contrast processing in human striate cortex. Proceedings of the National Acedemy of Sciences (USA) 104, 15129-15131. Read

[62] Kentridge, R.W. (2007) Incomplete stimulus representations and the loss of cognitive access in cerebral achromatopsia. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30, 508-509. Read

[61] Cole, G.G.; Kentridge, R.W. & Heywood, C.A. (2005) Object-onset and parvocellular guidance of attentional allocation. Psychological Science 16, 270-274. Read

[60] Kentridge, R.W. (2005) Constancy, illumination and the whiteness of the moon. Clinical and Experimental Opthalmology 33, 572-573. Read

[59] Cole, G.G.; Kentridge, R.W. & Heywood, C.A. (2004) Visual salience in the change detection paradigm: The special role of object onset. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance 30, 464-477. Read

[58] Kentridge, R.W.; Cole, G.G. & Heywood, C.A. (2004) The primacy of chromatic edge processing in normal & cerebrally achromatopsic subjects. Progress in Brain Research 144, 161-169. Read

[57] Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A. & Cowey, A. (2004) Chromatic edges, surfaces & constancies in cerebral achromatopsia. Neuropsychologia 42, 821-830. Read

[56] Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A. & Weiskrantz, L. (2004) Spatial attention speeds discrimination without awareness in blindsight. Neuropsychologia 42, 831-835. Read

[55] Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A. & Milner, A.D. (2004) Covert processing of visual form in the absence of area LO. Neuropsychologia 42, 1488-1495. Read

[54] Liversedge, S.P.; Rayner, K.; White, S.J.; Vergilino-Perez, D.; Findlay, J.M. & Kentridge, R.W. (2004) Eye movements when reading disappearing text: Is there a gap effect in reading? Vision Research 44, 1013-1024. Read

[53] Cole, G.G; Heywood, C.A.; Kentridge, R.W.; Fairholm, I. & Cowey, A. (2003) Attentional capture by colour & motion in cerebral achromatopsia. Neuropsychologia 41, 1837-1846. Read

[52] Cole, G.G.; Kentridge, R.W.; Gellatly, A. & Heywood, C.A. (2003) Detectability of onsets versus offsets in the change detection paradigm. Journal of Vision 3, 22-31. Read

[51] Feeney, A.; Handley, S. & Kentridge, R.W. (2003) Deciding Between Accounts of the Selection Task: Reply To Oaksford 2002. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology A 56, 1079-1088. Read

[50] Heywood, C.A. & Kentridge, R.W. (2003) Achromatopsia, color vision & cortex. Neurological Clinics of North America 21, 483-500. Read

[49] Kentridge, R.W. (2003) Blindsight. in Nadel, L. (eds.) The Encyclopaedia of Cognitive Science (Volume 1). London: Nature Publishing Group. pp. 390-397. Read

[48] Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A. & Davidoff, J. (2003) Color perception. in Arbib, M.A. (eds.) Handbook of brain theory & neural-networks (2nd Edition). Cambridge MA: MIT Press. pp. 230-233. Read

[47] Kentridge, R.W. (2003) Review of B.R. Conway 'Neural mechanisms of color vision'. Perception 32, 641-642. Read

[46] Heywood, C.A.; Kentridge, R.W. & Cowey, A. (2001) Colour & the cortex: Wavelength processing in cortical achromatopsia. in De Gelder, B.; De Haan, E. & Heywood, C.A. (eds.) Varieties of Unconscious Processing: New Findings & Models. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 52-68. Read

[45] Kentridge, R.W. (2001) Why do stationary visual transients apparently fail to elicit phenomenal vision after unilateral destruction of primary visual cortex? Consciousness & Cognition 10, 588-590. Read

[44] Kentridge, R.W. & Heywood, C.A. (2001) Attention & alerting: Cognitive processes spared in blindsight. in De Gelder, B.; De Haan, E. & Heywood, C.A. (eds.) Varieties of Unconscious Processing: New Findings & Models. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 163-181. Read

[43] Heywood, C.A. & Kentridge, R.W. (2000) Affective blindsight? Trends in Cognitive Science 4, 125-126. Read

[42] Kentridge, R.W. & Heywood, C.A. (2000) Metacognition & awareness. Consciousness & Cognition 9, 308-312. Read

[41] Kentridge, R.W. (2000) In my view, it's a question of wiring. Review of J.E. Dowling 'Creating Mind: How the Brain Works'. Times Higher Educational Supplement May 12th 2000 (number 1,435), 24. Read

[40] Kentridge, R.W. (2000) Review of A. Damasio 'The feeling of what happens'. Perception 29, 1397-1398. Read

[39] Kentridge, R.W. (1999) When is information represented explicitly in blindsight and cerebral achromatopsia? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22, 156. Read

[38] Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A. & Weiskrantz, L. (1999) Attending, seeing and knowing in blindsight. in Hameroff, S.; Chalmers, D. & Kazniak, A. (eds.) Toward a Science of Consciousness III. Cambridge MA: MIT Press. pp. 149-160. Read

[37] Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A. & Weiskrantz, L. (1999) Effects of temporal cueing on residual visual discrimination in blindsight. Neuropsychologia 37, 479-483. Read

[36] Kentridge, R.W. & Heywood, C.A. (1999) The status of blindsight: Near-threshold vision, islands of cortex & the Riddoch phenomenon. Journal of Consciousness Studies 6(5), 3-11. Read

[35] Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A. & Weiskrantz, L. (1999) Attention without awareness in blindsight. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) Series B 266, 1805-1811. Read

[34] Murray, K.; Grossman, D. & Kentridge, R.W. (1999) Behavioral Psychology. in Kurtz, L. (eds.) The Encyclopaedia of Violence, Peace & Conflict, Volume 1. New York: Academic Press. pp. 187-195. Read

[33] Heywood, C.A.; Kentridge, R.W. & Cowey, A. (1998) Cortical color blindness is not 'blindsight for color'. Consciousness & Cognition 7, 410-423. Read

[32] Heywood, C.A.; Kentridge, R.W. & Cowey, A. (1998) Form & motion from colour in cerebral achromatopsia. Experimental Brain Research 123, 145-153. Read

[31] Kentridge, R.W. (1998) Where d'you get those eyes? Review of N Wade, 'A Natural History of Vision' . New Scientist 48, 48. Read

[30] Good, J.M.M.; Aggleton, J.P.; Kentridge, R.W.; Barker, J.G.M. & Neave, N.J. (1997) Measuring musical aptitude in children: On the role of age, handedness, scholastic achievement, & socioeconomic status. Psychology of Music 25, 57-69. Read

[29] Kentridge, R.W. (1997) Dynamics and computational power in biologically plausible neural newtork models. in Browne, A. (eds.) Perspectives in Neural Computing. Bristol: Institute of Physics Press. pp. 51-71. Read

[28] Kentridge, R.W.; Heywood, C.A. & Weiskrantz, L. (1997) Residual vision in multiple retinal locations: Implications for blindsight. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 9, 191-202. Read

[27] Smallman, H.S.; MacLeod, D.I.A.; He, S. & Kentridge, R.W. (1996) The fine grain of the neural representation of human spatial vision. Journal of Neuroscience 16, 1848-1865. Read

[26] Findlay, J.M.; Walker, R. & Kentridge, R.W. (1995) Eye movement research: Mechanisms, processes and applications. (Studies in visual information processing. Volume 6.) Amsterdam: North-Holland. pp. xvii+564 pages. Read

[25] Kentridge, R.W. (1995) Cortical neurocomputation, language and cognition. in Levy, J.; Bairaktaris, D.; Bullinaria, J. & Cairns, P. (eds.) Connectionist Models of Memory and Language. London: UCL Press. pp. 181-205. Read

[24] Kentridge, R.W. (1995) Review of J.L. McGaugh, N.M. Weinberger & G. Lynch 'Brain Organization & Memory'. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology B 48, 93-94. Read

[23] Kentridge, R.W. (1995) Review of P. Churchland & T.J. Sejnowski 'The Computational Brain'. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology B 48, 376-377. Read

[22] Walker, R.; Kentridge, R.W. & Findlay, J.M. (1995) Independent contributions of the orienting of attention, fixation offset & bilateral stimulation on human saccadic latencies. Experimental Brain Research 103, 294-310. Read

[21] Aggleton, J.P.; Kentridge, R.W. & Good, J.M.M. (1994) Handedness & musical ability: A study of professional orchestral players, composers & choir members. Psychology of Music 22, 148-156. Read

[20] Aggleton, J.P.; Bland, J.M.; Kentridge, R.W. & Neave, N.J. (1994) A follow-up study on handedness & mortality among male cricketers. British Medical Journal 309, 1681-1684. Read

[19] Kentridge, R.W. (1994) Critical dynamics of neural networks with spatially localised connections. in Oaksford, M. & Brown, G. (eds.) Neurodynamics and Psychology. London: Academic Press. pp. 183-216. Read

[18] Kentridge, R.W. (1994) Symbols, neurons and soap-bubbles and the neural computation underlying cognition. Minds and Machines 4, 439-44. Read

[17] Kentridge, R.W. (1994) Modularity of mind, cerebral localisation, and connectionist neuropsychology. Psycoloquy 5(87), language-network.9.kentridge. Read

[16] Aggleton, J.P; Kentridge, R.W. & Neave, N.J. (1993) Evidence for longevity differences between left handed right handed men: An archival study of cricketers. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Medicine 47, 206-209. Read

[15] Ferguson, M.; Neave, N.J.; Kentridge, R.W. & Aggleton, J.P. (1993) Do right-handed cricketers live longer? The Cricket Statistician 81, 12-13. Read

[14] Kentridge, R.W. (1993) Cognition, chaos and non-deterministic symbolic computation: The Chinese Room problem solved? Think 2 (June), 44-47. Read

[13] Kentridge, R.W. & Aggleton, J.P. (1993) Changes in Cis Z -Flupentixol-induced dopamine blockade produce contrast effects in rats. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology B 46, 113-127. Read

[12] Kentridge, R.W. (1993) Dissipative structures and self-organizing criticality in neural networks with spatially localized connectivity. in Eeckman, F.H. & Bower, J.M. (eds.) Boston: Kluwer. pp. 531-535. Read

[11] Kentridge, R.W. (1992) Review of J.L. Davies & H. Eichenbaum Eds. 'Olfaction: A Model System for Computational Neuroscience'. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology B 45, 261-264. Read

[10] Aggleton, J.P.; Kentridge, R.W. & Sembi, F. (1991) Lesions of the fornix but not the amygdala impair the acquisition of concurrent discrimination in rats. Behavioral Brain Research 48, 103-112. Read

[9] Kentridge, R.W.; Shaw, C. & Aggleton, J.P. (1991) Amygdaloid lesions and stimulus reinforcement associations in the rat. Behavioural Brain Research 42, 57-66. Read

[8] Kentridge, R.W. (1990) Neural networks for learning in the real world - representation, reinforcement and dynamics. Parallel Computing 14, 405-414. Read

[7] Kentridge, R.W. (1990) Parallelism and patterns of thought. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 13, 670-671. Read

[6] Kentridge, R.W. & Aggleton, J.P. (1990) Emotion: Sensory representation, reinforcement and the temporal lobe. Cognition and Emotion 4, 191-208. Read

[5] Shaw, C.; Kentridge, R.W. & Aggleton, J.P. (1990) Cross-modal matching by amnesic subjects. Neuropsychologia 28, 665-671. Read

[4] Findlay, J.M. & Kentridge, R.W. (1989) More packaging needed before tags are added. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 12, 404-405. Read

[3] Kentridge, R.W. (1989) Complexity at the organismic and neuronal levels. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 12, 147-148. Read

[2] Findlay, J.M.; Davies, S.P.; Kentridge, R.W.; Lambert, A.J. & Kelly, J. (1988) Optimum display arrangements for presenting visual reminders. in Jones, D.M. & Winder, R. (eds.) People and Computers IV. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 453-464. Read

[1] Parrott, A.C. & Kentridge, R.W. (1982) Personal constructs of anxiety under the 1,5-benzodiazepine derivative clobazam related to trait-anxiety levels of the personality. Psychopharmacology 78, 353-357. Read