Anna Hughes
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Defeating crypsis: detection and learning of camouflage strategies
J Troscianko, AE Lown, AE Hughes, M Stevens
PloS one 8 (9), e73733, 2013
Imperfect camouflage: how to hide in a variable world?
A Hughes, E Liggins, M Stevens
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1902), 20190646, 2019
Motion dazzle and the effects of target patterning on capture success
AE Hughes, J Troscianko, M Stevens
BMC Evolutionary Biology 14, 1-10, 2014
The role of stripe orientation in target capture success
AE Hughes, RS Magor-Elliott, M Stevens
BioMed Central, 2015
Mimicry cannot explain rejection type in a host–brood parasite system
M Šulc, J Troscianko, G Štětková, AE Hughes, V Jelínek, M Capek, ...
Animal behaviour 155, 111-118, 2019
Diverted by dazzle: perceived movement direction is biased by target pattern orientation
AE Hughes, C Jones, K Joshi, DJ Tolhurst
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1850), 20170015, 2017
Automatic identification of bird females using egg phenotype
M Šulc, AE Hughes, J Troscianko, G Štětková, P Procházka, M Požgayová, ...
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 195 (1), 33-44, 2022
Dissociation between perception and smooth pursuit eye movements in speed judgments of moving Gabor targets
AE Hughes
Journal of vision 18 (4), 4-4, 2018
Spatiotemporal patterns of egg laying in the common cuckoo
J Koleček, R Piálková, L Piálek, M Šulc, AE Hughes, V Brlík, P Procházka, ...
Animal Behaviour 177, 107-116, 2021
Population receptive field estimates for motion-defined stimuli
AE Hughes, JA Greenwood, NJ Finlayson, DS Schwarzkopf
NeuroImage 199, 245-260, 2019
Foraging as sampling without replacement: A Bayesian statistical model for estimating biases in target selection
ADF Clarke, AR Hunt, AE Hughes
PLOS Computational Biology 18 (1), e1009813, 2022
Quantifying peripheral and foveal perceived differences in natural image patches to predict visual search performance
AE Hughes, RV Southwell, ID Gilchrist, DJ Tolhurst
Journal of vision 16 (10), 18-18, 2016
Killing behaviour of adult brood parasites
M Šulc, G Štětková, V Jelínek, B Czyż, A Dyrcz, O Karpińska, ...
Behaviour 157 (12-13), 1099-1111, 2020
Multiple parasitism in an evictor brood parasite: patterns revealed by long-term monitoring, continuous video recording, and genetic analyses
M Honza, J Koleček, L Piálek, R Piálková, M Požgayová, P Procházka, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 76 (12), 161, 2022
Generalist camouflage can be more successful than microhabitat specialisation in natural environments
ES Briolat, LM Arenas, AE Hughes, E Liggins, M Stevens
BMC Ecology and Evolution 21, 1-15, 2021
The evolution of patterning during movement in a large-scale citizen science game
AE Hughes, D Griffiths, J Troscianko, LA Kelley
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1942), 20202823, 2021
An FMRI Meta-Analysis of Childhood Trauma
R Ireton, A Hughes, M Klabunde
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 2024
Bayesian multi-level modelling for predicting single and double feature visual search
AE Hughes, A Nowakowska, ADF Clarke
cortex 171, 178-193, 2024
Egg mimicry, not the sight of a common cuckoo, is the cue for parasitic egg rejection
G Štětková, M Šulc, V Jelínek, A Hughes, M Honza
Behavioral Ecology 34 (5), 891-897, 2023
A Bayesian statistical model is able to predict target-by-target selection behaviour in a human foraging task
ADF Clarke, AR Hunt, AE Hughes
Vision 6 (4), 66, 2022
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