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When do auditory/visual differences in duration judgements occur?
JH Wearden, NPM Todd, LA Jones
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 59 (10), 1709-1724, 2006
1482006
Double standards: Memory loading in temporal reference memory
LA Jones, JH Wearden
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 57 (1b), 55-77, 2004
882004
More is not necessarily better: Examining the nature of the temporal reference memory component in timing
LA Jones, JH Wearden
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 56 (4b), 321-343, 2003
832003
Is the growth of subjective time in humans a linear or nonlinear function of real time?
JH Wearden, LA Jones
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 60 (9), 1289-1302, 2007
702007
The role of executive functions in human prospective interval timing
RS Ogden, E Salominaite, LA Jones, JE Fisk, C Montgomery
Acta psychologica 137 (3), 352-358, 2011
652011
The remembrance of times past: interference in temporal reference memory.
RS Ogden, JH Wearden, LA Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (6†…, 2008
612008
The Venus effect in real life and in photographs
M Bertamini, R Lawson, L Jones, M Winters
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 72 (7), 1948-1964, 2010
582010
Click trains and the rate of information processing: Does “speeding up” subjective time make other psychological processes run faster?
LA Jones, CS Allely, JH Wearden
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (2), 363-380, 2011
542011
Cognitive mechanisms associated with auditory sensory gating
LA Jones, PJ Hills, KM Dick, SP Jones, P Bright
Brain and cognition 102, 33-45, 2016
522016
Boundary extension: the role of magnification, object size, context, and binocular information.
M Bertamini, LA Jones, A Spooner, H Hecht
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (6†…, 2005
492005
Good vibrations: Human interval timing in the vibrotactile modality
LA Jones, E Poliakoff, J Wells
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (11), 2171-2186, 2009
442009
Explaining between-group differences in performance on timing tasks
JH Wearden, LA Jones
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (1), 179-199, 2013
332013
Are memories for duration modality specific?
RS Ogden, JH Wearden, LA Jones
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (1), 65-80, 2010
262010
Time perception and autistic spectrum condition: A systematic review
M Casassus, E Poliakoff, E Gowen, D Poole, LA Jones
Autism Research 12 (10), 1440-1462, 2019
252019
What speeds up the internal clock? Effects of clicks and flicker on duration judgements and reaction time
JH Wearden, EA Williams, LA Jones
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (3), 488-503, 2017
252017
The interaction between duration, velocity and repetitive auditory stimulation
ADJ Makin, E Poliakoff, J Dillon, A Perrin, T Mullet, LA Jones
Acta psychologica 139 (3), 524-531, 2012
212012
More is still not better: Testing the perturbation model of temporal reference memory across different modalities and tasks
RS Ogden, LA Jones
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (5), 909-924, 2009
182009
Vibrotactile timing: Are vibrotactile judgements of duration affected by repetitive stimulation?
LA Jones, RS Ogden
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (1), 75-88, 2016
142016
Modality differences in timing and the filled-duration illusion: Testing the pacemaker rate explanation
EA Williams, EM YŁksel, AJ Stewart, LA Jones
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 81 (3), 823-845, 2019
122019
The perception of duration and the judgment of the passage of time
LA Jones
The illusions of time, 53-67, 2019
102019
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