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Baylis, GC; Driver, J; (1992) Visual parsing and response competition: The effect of grouping factors. Perception and Psychophysics , 51 pp. 145-162.

Baylis, GC; Driver, J; McLeod, P; (1992) Movement and proximity constrain conjunction errors of colour and form. Perception , 21 pp. 201-218.

Berti, A; Allport, A; Driver, J; Dienes, Z; Oxbury, J; Oxbury, S; (1992) Levels of processing for visual stimuli in an 'extinguished' field. Neuropsychologia , 30 pp. 403-415.

Butterworth, B; (1992) Disorders of phonological encoding. Cognition , 42 (1-3) pp. 261-286.

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Driver, J; Baylis, GC; Rafal, RD; (1992) Preserved figure-ground segregation and symmetry in visual neglect. Nature , 360 pp. 73-75.

Driver, J; McLeod, P; (1992) Reversing visual search asymmetries with conjunctions of movement and orientation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance , 18 pp. 22-33.

Driver, J; McLeod, P; Dienes, Z; (1992) Are speed and direction coded independently by the visual system?: Evidence from visual search. Spatial Vision , 6 pp. 133-147.

Driver, J; McLeod, P; Dienes, Z; (1992) Motion coherence and conjunction search: Implications for guided search theory. Perception and Psychophysics , 51 pp. 79-85.

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FRITH, U; (1992) UNDERSTANDING THE REPRESENTATIONAL MIND - PERNER,J. Q J EXP PSYCHOL-A , 45 (3) 526 - 528.

FRITH, U; HEILMAN, KM; (1992) BEHAVIORAL AND NEUROLOGIC ASPECTS OF SOCIAL COMMUNICATION DISORDERS IN CHILDREN. J CLIN EXP NEUROPSYC , 14 (3) 369 - 369.

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Haggard, P; (1992) Multi-sensory control of coordinated movement. In: Summers, J, (ed.) Approaches to the study of motor control and learning. (pp. 195-231). Amsterdam: North Holland

Happe, F; Frith, U; (1992) How autistics see the world. Behavioral and Brain Sciences , 15 (1) 159 - 160. 10.1017/S0140525X00068060. Green open access
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JOHNSON, MH; SIDDONS, F; FRITH, U; MORTON, J; (1992) CAN AUTISM BE PREDICTED ON THE BASIS OF INFANT SCREENING-TESTS. DEV MED CHILD NEUROL , 34 (4) 316 - 320.

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Kanwisher, N; Driver, J; (1992) Objects, attributes and visual attention: which, what and where. Current Directions in Psychological Science , 1 pp. 26-31.

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Posner, MI; Driver, J; (1992) The neurobiology of selective attention. Current Opinion in Neurobiology , 2 pp. 165-169.

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SODIAN, B; FRITH, U; (1992) DECEPTION AND SABOTAGE IN AUTISTIC, RETARDED AND NORMAL-CHILDREN. J CHILD PSYCHOL PSYC , 33 (3) 591 - 605.

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Walsh, V; Butler, S; Carden, D; Kulikowski, JJ; (1992) The effects of V4 lesions on the visual behaviour of macaques: Shape discrimination. Behavioural Brain Research , 50 pp. 115-126.

Walsh, V; Kulikowski, JJ; Butler, S; Carden, D; (1992) The effects of V4 lesions on the visual behaviour of macaques: Colour Categorization. Brain , 52 pp. 81-89.

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Yin, W; Butterworth, B; (1992) Deep and Surface Dyslexia in Chinese. Advances in Psychology , 90 (C) pp. 349-366. 10.1016/S0166-4115(08)61897-X.

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