Peter Hills
Peter Hills
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Short article: reducing the own-race bias in face recognition by shifting attention
PJ Hills, MB Lewis
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 59 (6), 996-1002, 2006
1192006
Rapid communication: The own-age face recognition bias in children and adults
PJ Hills, MB Lewis
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (1), 17-23, 2011
1162011
Face-space: A unifying concept in face recognition research
T Valentine, MB Lewis, PJ Hills
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (10), 1996-2019, 2016
1142016
Eye-tracking the own-race bias in face recognition: Revealing the perceptual and socio-cognitive mechanisms
PJ Hills, JM Pake
Cognition 129 (3), 586-597, 2013
562013
A developmental study of the own-age face recognition bias in children.
PJ Hills
Developmental psychology 48 (2), 499, 2012
532012
Reducing the own-race bias in face recognition by attentional shift using fixation crosses preceding the lower half of a face
PJ Hills, MB Lewis
Visual Cognition 19 (3), 313-339, 2011
492011
Emotion recognition in children with profound and severe deafness: Do they have a deficit in perceptual processing?
A Ludlow, P Heaton, D Rosset, P Hills, C Deruelle
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 32 (9), 923-928, 2010
482010
Cross-modal face identity aftereffects and their relation to priming.
PJ Hills, RL Elward, MB Lewis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (4), 876, 2010
412010
Aftereffects for face attributes with different natural variability: Children are more adaptable than adolescents
PJ Hills, AM Holland, MB Lewis
Cognitive Development 25 (3), 278-289, 2010
382010
Cognitive mechanisms associated with auditory sensory gating
LA Jones, PJ Hills, KM Dick, SP Jones, P Bright
Brain and cognition 102, 33-45, 2016
372016
Attention misplaced: the role of diagnostic features in the face-inversion effect.
PJ Hills, DA Ross, MB Lewis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (5 …, 2011
322011
First fixations in face processing: The more diagnostic they are the smaller the face-inversion effect
PJ Hills, RE Cooper, JM Pake
Acta Psychologica 142 (2), 211-219, 2013
302013
Sad people are more accurate at face recognition than happy people
PJ Hills, MA Werno, MB Lewis
Consciousness and cognition 20 (4), 1502-1517, 2011
292011
Aberrant first fixations when looking at inverted faces in various poses: The result of the centre‐of‐gravity effect?
PJ Hills, AJ Sullivan, JM Pake
British Journal of Psychology 103 (4), 520-538, 2012
272012
Navon letters affect face learning and face retrieval
MB Lewis, C Mills, PJ Hills, N Weston
Experimental Psychology 56 (4), 258-264, 2009
272009
A spatial frequency account of the detriment that local processing of Navon letters has on face recognition.
PJ Hills, MB Lewis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 35 (5 …, 2009
262009
Identifying hallmark symptoms of developmental prosopagnosia for non-experts
E Murray, PJ Hills, RJ Bennetts, S Bate
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 1-12, 2018
232018
Removing the own-race bias in face recognition by attentional shift using fixation crosses to diagnostic features: An eye-tracking study
PJ Hills, RE Cooper, JM Pake
Visual Cognition 21 (7), 876-898, 2013
232013
Temporal limitation of Navon effect on face recognition
PJ Hills, MB Lewis
Perceptual and motor skills 104 (2), 501-509, 2007
212007
Testing alternatives to Navon letters to induce a transfer-inappropriate processing shift in face recognition
PJ Hills, MB Lewis
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 20 (3), 561-576, 2008
172008
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