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Browsing publications by Dr Piers Cornelissen.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Katri Cornelissen
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Fixation patterns, not clinical diagnosis, predict body size over-estimation in eating disordered women and healthy controls2016
Dr Katri Cornelissen
Lucinda Gledhill
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Visual biases in judging body weight2016
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Martin Tovee
Hannah George
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Humans are not fooled by size illusions in attractiveness judgements2014
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Body size over-estimation in women with anorexia nervosa is not qualitatively different from female controls2013
Hannah George
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Differences in eye-movement patterns between anorexic and control observers when judging body size and attractiveness2011
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Hannah George
Dr Martin Tovee
Patterns of eye movements when male and female observers judge female attractiveness, body fat and waist-to-hip ratio2009
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Professor Melissa Bateson
Patterns of subcutaneous fat deposition and the relationship between body mass index and waist-to-hip ratio: Implications for models of physical attractiveness2009
Dr Emma Foster
Professor John Matthews
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor John Mathers
Dr Wendy Wrieden
et al.
Children's estimates of food portion size: The development and evaluation of three portion size assessment tools for use with children2008
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Preferences for body mass index and waist-to-hip ratio do not vary with observer age2008
Kathryn Smith
Dr Martin Tovee
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Mike Cox
Dr Piers Cornelissen
et al.
An analysis of body shape attractiveness based on image statistics: Evidence for a dissociation between expressions of preference and shape discrimination2007
Kathryn Smith
Dr Martin Tovee
Paul Hancock
Dr Mike Cox
Dr Piers Cornelissen
et al.
An analysis of body shape preference based on image statistics2007
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Color 3D bodies and judgements of human female attractiveness2007
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Deep brain stimulation for chronic pain investigated with magnetoencephalography2007
Professor Melissa Bateson
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Methodological issues in judgements of female body Attractiveness2007
Dr Kristen Pammer
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Phase coupling in a cerebro-cerebellar network at 8-13 Hz during reading2007
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Editorial2005
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Evidence for dorsal pathway involvement in visual word recognition2005
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Letter-position encoding and dyslexia2005
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Special Issue: Visual Factors in Reading2005
Dr Kristen Pammer
Ruth Lavis
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Symbol-string sensitivity and adult performance in lexical decision2005
Dr Kristen Pammer
Ruth Lavis
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Symbol-string sensitivity and children's reading2004
Dr Kristen Pammer
Ruth Lavis
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Visual encoding mechanisms and their relationship to text presentation preference2004
Dr Kristen Pammer
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Visual word recognition: The first half second2004
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Cortical effects of shifting letter position in letter strings of varying length2003
Dr Kristen Pammer
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Specific frequency bands in MEG reflect functional components of the reading network2003
Dr Kristen Pammer
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Specific frequency bands in MEG reflect functional components of the reading network2003
Dr Kristen Pammer
Ruth Lavis
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dynamic visual processes in normal reading: Implications for developmental dyslexia?2002
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dynamics of visual feature analysis and ob object-level processing in face versus letter-string perception2002
Dr Martin Tovee
Dr Sasan Mahmoodi
Ben Singleton
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Human female attractiveness: waveform analysis of body shape2002
Dr Martin Tovee
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Female and male perceptions of female physical attractiveness in front-view and profile2001
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Letter-string processing in the left and right occipito-temporal cortex2001
Dr Kristen Pammer
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Natural variability in position coding predicts performance on lexical decision.2001
Ruth Lavis
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Natural variation in both position coding and visual attention affects visual word recognition2000
Ruth Lavis
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Natural variation in both position coding and visual attention affects visual word recognition2000
Douglas Maisey
Ellen Vale
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dr Martin Tovee
Characteristics of male attractiveness for women1999
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Francesca Cormack
Coherent motion detection and letter position encoding [Erratum - vol 38, pg 2181, 1998]1999
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dissociation of normal feature analysis and deficient processing of letter-strings in dyslexic adults1999
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Dynamics of letter string perception in the human occipitotemporal cortex1999
Dr Martin Tovee
Dr Piers Cornelissen
The mystery of female beauty1999
Dr Martin Tovee
Douglas Maisey
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Visual cues to female physical attractiveness1999
Dr Piers Cornelissen
Francesca Cormack
Coherent motion detection and letter position encoding1998