Richard Cook
Richard Cook
School of Psychology, University of Leeds
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Mirror neurons: From origin to function
R Cook, G Bird, C Catmur, C Press, C Heyes
Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 2014
Mixed emotions: The contribution of alexithymia to the emotional symptoms of autism.
G Bird, R Cook
Translational Psychiatry 3 (7), 2013
Alexithymia, not autism, predicts poor recognition of emotional facial expressions
R Cook, R Brewer, P Shah, G Bird
Psychological Science 24, 723-732, 2013
Alexithymia: a general deficit of interoception
R Brewer, R Cook, G Bird
Royal Society open science 3 (10), 150664, 2016
Can neurotypical individuals read autistic facial expressions? Atypical production of emotional facial expressions in autism spectrum disorders
R Brewer, F Biotti, C Catmur, C Press, F Happé, R Cook, G Bird
Autism Research 9 (2), 262-271, 2016
The 20-item prosopagnosia index (PI20): a self-report instrument for identifying developmental prosopagnosia
P Shah, A Gaule, S Sowden, G Bird, R Cook
Royal Society open science 2 (6), 140343, 2015
Automatic imitation in a strategic context: players of rock–paper–scissors imitate opponents' gestures
R Cook, G Bird, G Lünser, S Huck, C Heyes
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1729), 780-786, 2012
Mental health literacy among university students
A Furnham, R Cook, N Martin, M Batey
Journal of Public Mental Health 10 (4), 198-210, 2011
Emotion recognition deficits in eating disorders are explained by co-occurring alexithymia
R Brewer, R Cook, V Cardi, J Treasure, G Bird
Royal Society open science 2 (1), 140382, 2015
Exemplar variance supports robust learning of facial identity.
J Murphy, A Ipser, SB Gaigg, R Cook
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41, 577–581, 2015
Commentary on “Autism, oxytocin and interoception”: Alexithymia, not Autism Spectrum Disorders, is the consequence of interoceptive failure
R Brewer, F Happé, R Cook, G Bird
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 56, 348-353, 2015
Where do spontaneous first impressions of faces come from?
H Over, R Cook
Cognition 170, 190-200, 2018
Beyond the golden section and normative aesthetics: why do individuals differ so much in their aesthetic preferences for rectangles?
IC McManus, R Cook, A Hunt
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 4 (2), 113, 2010
Associative (not Hebbian) learning and the mirror neuron system
RP Cooper, R Cook, A Dickinson, CM Heyes
Neuroscience letters 540, 28-36, 2013
The composite face illusion
J Murphy, KLH Gray, R Cook
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 24, 245-261, 2017
Acquisition of automatic imitation is sensitive to sensorimotor contingency.
R Cook, C Press, A Dickinson, C Heyes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (4), 840, 2010
Robust associations between the 20-item prosopagnosia index and the Cambridge Face Memory Test in the general population
KLH Gray, G Bird, R Cook
Royal Society Open Science 4 (3), 160923, 2017
Impaired perception of facial emotion in developmental prosopagnosia
F Biotti, R Cook
Cortex 81, 126-136, 2016
The impact of autism spectrum disorder and alexithymia on judgments of moral acceptability.
R Brewer, AA Marsh, C Catmur, EM Cardinale, S Stoycos, R Cook, G Bird
Journal of abnormal psychology 124 (3), 589, 2015
Robust orienting to protofacial stimuli in autism
P Shah, A Gaule, G Bird, R Cook
Current Biology 23 (24), R1087-R1088, 2013
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