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
Motion dazzle and the effects of target patterning on capture success
AE Hughes, J Troscianko, M Stevens
BMC Evolutionary Biology 14 (1), 1-10, 2014
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
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
Population receptive field estimates for motion-defined stimuli
AE Hughes, JA Greenwood, NJ Finlayson, DS Schwarzkopf
NeuroImage 199, 245-260, 2019
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
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
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
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
Automatic identification of bird females using egg phenotype
M Sulc, AE Hughes, J Troscianko, G Stetkova, P Prochazka, ...
BioRxiv, 2020
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
Perceived movement direction is biased by target pattern orientation in a two interval forced choice psychophysical task
A Hughes, P Tern, D Tolhurst
PERCEPTION 46 (10), 1214-1214, 2017
Measuring the effect of internal motion of a moving Gabor on speed perception and smooth pursuit
A Hughes, M Fawcett, D Tolhurst
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 281-281, 2015
Uncertainty in ratings for perceived differences in naturalistic image stimuli in peripheral vision
D Tolhurst, A Hughes, O Meacock, I Gilchrist, R Southwell
Perception 43 (10), 1129-1129, 2014
Visual search speed is driven primarily by visual similarity of objects in peripheral, not foveal vision
R Southwell, A Hughes, D Tolhurst, I Gilchrist
Perception 43 (10), 1128-1128, 2014
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), 1-15, 2021
AccessLab: Workshops to broaden access to scientific research
AGF Griffiths, I Modinou, C Heslop, C Brand, A Weatherill, K Baker, ...
PLoS biology 17 (5), e3000258, 2019
Interactions between target and background patterning in speed perception
N Jones, A Hughes, D Tolhurst
PERCEPTION 44 (10), 1246-1247, 2015
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