Recent Submissions

  • Detecting Unidentified Changes 

    Howe, PDL; Webb, ME (PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, 2014-01-13)
    Does becoming aware of a change to a purely visual stimulus necessarily cause the observer to be able to identify or localise the change or can change detection occur in the absence of identification or localisation? Several ...
  • Transfer of Learning between Hemifields in Multiple Object Tracking: Memory Reduces Constraints of Attention 

    Lapierre, M; Howe, PDL; Cropper, SJ (PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, 2013-12-11)
    Many tasks involve tracking multiple moving objects, or stimuli. Some require that individuals adapt to changing or unfamiliar conditions to be able to track well. This study explores processes involved in such adaptation ...
  • Hepatitis C Transmission and Treatment in Contact Networks of People Who Inject Drugs 

    Rolls, DA; Sacks-Davis, R; Jenkinson, R; McBryde, E; Pattison, P; Robins, G; Hellard, M (PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, 2013-11-01)
    Hepatitis C virus (HCV) chronically infects over 180 million people worldwide, with over 350,000 estimated deaths attributed yearly to HCV-related liver diseases. It disproportionally affects people who inject drugs (PWID). ...

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