Thomas DW Wilcockson
Thomas DW Wilcockson
Loughborough University
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TitleCited byYear
Measuring inhibitory processes for alcohol-related attentional biases: Introducing a novel attentional bias measure
TDW Wilcockson, EM Pothos
Addictive behaviors 44, 88-93, 2015
212015
Determining typical smartphone usage: What data do we need?
TDW Wilcockson, DA Ellis, H Shaw
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 21 (6), 395-398, 2018
142018
Examining the relationship between selective attentional bias for food-and body-related stimuli and purging behaviour in bulimia nervosa
IP Albery, T Wilcockson, D Frings, AC Moss, G Caselli, MM Spada
Appetite 107, 208-212, 2016
82016
Monitoring dementia with automatic eye movements analysis
Y Zhang, T Wilcockson, KI Kim, T Crawford, H Gellersen, P Sawyer
Intelligent Decision Technologies 2016, 299-309, 2016
82016
Digital Traces of behaviour within addiction: Response to Griffiths (2017)
DA Ellis, LK Kaye, TDW Wilcockson, FC Ryding
International journal of mental health and addiction 16 (1), 240-245, 2018
72018
Dyslexia and substance use in a university undergraduate population
TDW Wilcockson, EM Pothos, AJ Fawcett
Substance use & misuse 51 (1), 15-22, 2016
62016
Environmental context influences visual attention to responsible drinking messages
D Frings, AC Moss, IP Albery, G Eskisan, TDW Wilcockson, AP Marchant
Alcohol and alcoholism 53 (1), 46-51, 2017
52017
Heavy cannabis use and attentional avoidance of anxiety-related stimuli
TDW Wilcockson, NEM Sanal
Addictive behaviors reports 3, 38-42, 2016
52016
Effect of aging on post-saccadic oscillations
D Mardanbegi, R Killick, B Xia, T Wilcockson, H Gellersen, P Sawyer, ...
Vision research 143, 1-8, 2018
42018
Label-checking strategies to adapt behaviour to design
JH Smith-Spark, HB Katz, A Marchant, TDW Wilcockson
Proceedings of the European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 2015, 13, 2015
42015
Alcohol-related attentional bias in a gaze contingency task: Comparing appetitive and non-appetitive cues
A Qureshi, RL Monk, CR Pennington, TDW Wilcockson, D Heim
Addictive behaviors 90, 312-317, 2019
32019
PSOVIS: An interactive tool for extracting post-saccadic oscillations from eye movement data
D Mardanbegi, T Wilcockson, B Xia, HWG Gellersen, TJ Crawford, ...
COGAIN Symposium, 2017
22017
Using eye trackers as indicators of diagnostic markers: implications from HCI devices
TDW Wilcockson
International Conference on Intelligent Decision Technologies, 308-315, 2017
22017
Reducing quality control errors by guiding behavior
JH Smith-Spark, HB Katz, A Marchant, TDW Wilcockson
Book of Proceedings of the 6th International Ergonomics Conference …, 2016
22016
Cognitive predictors of accuracy in quality control checking
HB Katz, JH Smith-Spark, T Wilcockson, A Marchant
CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2015
22015
Alcohol usage predicts holistic perception: A novel paradigm to explore addiction
EJ Burns, TDW Wilcockson
Addictive Behaviors, 2019
12019
SaccadeMachine: software for analyzing saccade tests (anti-saccade and pro-saccade)
D Mardanbegi, T Wilcockson, P Sawyer, HWG Gellersen, TJ Crawford
ACM, 2019
12019
Optimal approaches to the quality control checking of product labels
JH Smith-Spark, HB Katz, TDW Wilcockson, AP Marchant
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 68, 118-124, 2018
12018
Oculomotor and inhibitory control in dyslexia
TDW Wilcockson, D Mardanbegi, P Sawyer, H Gellersen, B Xia, ...
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 12, 66, 2018
12018
The automatic nature of habitual goal-state activation in substance use: implications from a dyslexic population
TDW Wilcockson, EM Pothos
Journal of Substance Use 21 (3), 244-248, 2016
12016
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