DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
BALL, L. J. and QUAYLE, J. D.†
The effects of belief and logic on syllogistic reasoning: evidence
from an eye-tracking analysis: in Hahn, M. and Stones, S. C. (eds.), Proceedings
of the 21st annual conference of the cognitive science society, New
Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999, 49-54.
HAY, D. C.
Repetition priming of face gender judgements: an instance based explanation.
Curr. Psychol., 18, 1999, 140-9.
ORMEROD, T. C. and BALL, L. J.
An empirical evaluation of TEd, a techniques editor for Prolog programming:
in Brna, P., du Boulay, D. and Pain, H. (eds.), Learning to build and
comprehend complex information structures: Prolog as a case study,
Stamford, Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1999, 179-95.
ORMEROD, T. C., RUMMER, R.† and BALL, L. J.
An ecologically-valid study of categorisation by design experts: in
Harris, D. (ed.), Engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics –
volume four: job design: product design and human-computer interaction,
Hampshire, Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 1999, 471-8.
BALL, L. J., LAMBELL, N. J., ORMEROD, T. C., SLAVIN, S. and MARIANI,
Representing design rationale to support innovative design re-use:
a minimalist approach. J. Automation Construct., 2000, 9.
BALL, L. J. and ORMEROD, T. C.
Applying ethnography in the analysis and support of expertise in engineering
design. Design Stud., 21(4), 2000, 403-21.
The influence of co-designers on the generation and evaluation of design
alternatives: in Scrivener, S. A. R., Ball, L. J. and Woodcock, A. (eds.),
Proceedings of the co-designing conference: collaborative design,
London, Springer-Verlag, 2000, 243-52.
Putting ethnography to work: the case for a cognitive ethnography of
design. Int. J. Human-Comput. Stud., 53(1), 2000, 147-68.
BALL, L. J. and QUAYLE, J. D.
Alternative task construals, computational escape hatches, and dual-system
theories of reasoning. Behav. & Brain Sci., 2000, 23
BREMNER, J. G., MORSE, R., HUGHES, S. and ANDREASEN, G.
Relationships between drawing cubes and copying line diagrams of cubes
in 7- and 10-year-old children. Child Dev., 71(3), 2000,
CHURCHILL, A.*, HOPKINS, J. B. and VOGT, S.
Vision of the hand and environmental context in human prehension.
Exper. Brain Res., 134, 2000, 81-9.
Pride and prejudice: identity management in English people’s talk
about ‘this country’. Discourse & Soc., 11(2), 2000,
DEWHURST, S. A. and PARRY, L. A.*
Emotionality, distinctiveness, and recollective experience. Eur.
J. Cogn. Psychol., 12, 2000, 541-51.
DIXON, J. A.
Categorisation as explanation (book review). Psychol., 2000.
DIXON, J. A. and DURRHEIM, K.†
Displacing place-identity: a discursive approach to locating self
and other. Br. J. Social Psychol., 39, 2000, 27-44.
EISER, C.†, MOHAY, H.† and MORSE, R.
The measurement of quality of life in young children. Child: Care,
Health & Devel., 26(5), 2000, 401-14.
FINLAY, F.*, HITCH, G. J. and MEUDELL, P. R.†
Mutual inhibition in collaborative recall: evidence for a retrieval-based
account. J. Exper. Psychol.: Learn., Mem. & Cogn., 26,
FREEMAN, N. H., ANTONUCCI, C. and LEWIS, C.
Representation of the cardinality principle: early conception of error
in a counterfactual test. Cogn., 74, 2000, 71-89.
FRITZ, C. O.†, MORRIS, P. E., BJORK, R. A.†, GELMAN, R.† and WICKENS, T.
When further learning fails: stability and change following repeated
presentation of text. Br. J. Psychol., 91, 2000, 493-511.
FURST, A. J.* and HITCH, G. J.
Separate roles for executive and phonological components of working
memory in mental arithmetic. Mem. & Cogn., 28(5), 2000,
HAY, D. C.
Testing instance models of face repetition priming. Mem. &
Cogn., 28, 2000, 192-203.
HAY, D. C. and COX, R.*
Developmental changes in the recognition of faces and facial features.
Infant & Child Devel., 9(4), 2000, 199-212.
JOHNSON, S. P., BREMNER, J. G., SLATER, A. M.† and MASON, U. C.
The role of good form in young infants’ perception of partly occluded
objects. J. Exper. Child Psychol., 76(1), 2000, 1-25.
KIER, C.†, LEWIS, C. and HAY, D. C.
Maternal accounts of the costs and benefits of life experiences after
parental separation. Psicol.: Teor. & Pesqui., 16(3),
LAMBELL, N. J., BALL, L. J. and ORMEROD, T. C.
The evaluation of Desperado: a computerised tool to aid design reuse:
in McDonald, S., Wearn, Y. and Cockton, G. (eds.), People and computers
XVI: usability or else!, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2000,
LEW, A. R., BREMNER, J. G. and LEFKOVITCH, L.†
The development of relational landmark use in 6- to 12-month-old infants
in a spatial orientation task. Child Devel., 71, 2000, 1179-90.
MANNING, D.†, BUNTING, S.† and LEACH, J.
Decision making differences: novices, experts and a neural network:
in Proceedings of SPIE: medical imaging: image perception and performance,
MANNING, D.†, LEACH, J. and BUNTING, S.†
A comparison of expert and novice performance in the detection of
simulated pulmonary nodules. Radiogr., 6, 2000, 111-6.
MARSDEN, G.* and LEACH, J.
Effects of alcohol and caffeine on maritime navigational skills. Ergonomics,
43(1), 2000, 17-26.
McGREGOR, J. N.†, ORMEROD, T. C. and CHRONICLE, E. P.
A model of human performance on the travelling salesperson problem.
Mem. & Cogn., 28(7), 2000, 1183-90.
MORRIS, P. E. and FRITZ, C. O.†
The name game: using retrieval practice to improve the learning of
names. J. Exp. Psychol.: Appl., 6(2), 2000, 124-9.
QUAYLE, J. D.† and BALL, L. J.
Working memory, metacognitive uncertainty, and belief bias in syllogistic
reasoning. Q. J. Exper. Psychol., 53A, 2000, 1202-23.
SCRIVENER, S. A. R.†, BALL, L. J. and TSENG, W. S.-W.†
Uncertainty and sketching behaviour. Design Stud., 21,
SCRIVENER, S. A. R.†, BALL, L. J. and WOODCOCK, A.† editors
Proceedings of co-designing: collaborative design. London,
Adjunct proceedings: co-designing. Coventry, Coventry University
Seeing historically: Goethe and Vygotsky’s ‘enabling theory-method’.
Cult. & Psychol., 6(2), 2000, 233-52.
SMYTH, M. M. and ANDERSON, H. I.†
Coping with clumsiness in the school playground: social and physical
play in children with coordination impairments. Br. J. Devel. Psychol.,
18, 2000, 389-413.
SUBBOTSKY, E. V.
Causal reasonings and behaviour in children and adults in a technologically
advanced society: are we still prepared to believe in magic and animism?:
in Mitchell, P. (ed.), Children’s reasoning and the mind, Psychology
Press, 2000, 327-47.
Phenomenalistic perception and rational understanding in the mind of
an individual: the fight for dominance: in Rosengren, K., Johnson, C. N.
and Harris, P. L. (eds.), Imagining the impossible: magical, scientific,
and religious thinking in children, Cambridge, Cambridge University
Press, 2000, 35-74.
Phenomenalistic reality: the developmental perspective. Devel. Rev.,
20, 2000, 438-74.
Associating object names with descriptions of shape that distinguish
possible from impossible objects. Vis. Cogn., 7, 2000, 597-627.
WALKER, P., DIXON, S.* and SMITH, D.*
WICKHAM, L. H. V.*, MORRIS, P. E. and FRITZ, C. O.†
Facial distinctiveness: its measurement, distribution and influence
on immediate and delayed recognition. Br. J. Psychol., 91,