EPIC - Emotion, Perception and Individual Characteristics

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1978

WHAT HAPPENS TO SPEECH WHEN PEOPLE BECOME PROFOUNDLY DEAF

Douglascowie, E. & Cowie, R., 1978, In : BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 31, p. 418-418 1 p.

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1980

Speech degeneration in post- lingually deafened adults

Douglas-Cowie, E., Cowie, R. & Kerr, A., 1980, In : Clinical Otolaryngology & Allied Sciences. 5, p. 424-425 2 p.

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1982

A study of speech deterioration in post-lingually deafened adults

Cowie, R., Douglas-Cowie, E. & Kerr, A., Feb 1982, In : Journal of Laryngology and Otology. 96, 2, p. 101-112 12 p.

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43 Citations (Scopus)
1985

ASSUMPTIONS UNDERLYING THE CORRESPONDENCE PROBLEM

Cowie, R., 1985, In : BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 38, p. A94-A94 1 p.

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SUPERCONTRASTS - A STUDY IN THE USE OF STRONG EXPECTATIONS

Hazley, B. & Cowie, R., 1985, In : BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 38, p. A84-A84 1 p.

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THE NEW ORTHODOXY - COMPUTATIONAL AND ECOLOGICAL COMPONENTS

Cowie, R., 1985, In : BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 38, p. A83-A83 1 p.

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1986

AGE AT ONSET AND THE EFFECTS OF ACQUIRED DEAFNESS ON SPEECH

Cowie, R., Stewart, P. & Douglascowie, E., 1986, In : BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 39, p. A16-A16 1 p.

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A response to Goehl & Kaufman (1984)

Cowie, R., Douglas-Cowie, E. & Stewart, P., 1986, In : Speech and Hearing Disorders. 51, p. 183-186 4 p.

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Deaf Aids

Cowie, R., Douglas-Cowie, E. & Stewart, P., 1986, In : New Scientist. 1492, p. 67-67 1 p.

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HOW CAN HEARING-IMPAIRED ADOLESCENTS BE MADE MORE ACCEPTABLE

Boyd, L. & Cowie, R., 1986, In : BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 39, p. A14-A15 2 p.

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THE EFFECTS OF ACQUIRED DEAFNESS ON SPEECH

Cowie, R., Douglascowie, E. & Stewart, P., 1986, In : BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 39, p. A38-A38 1 p.

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WHAT DEAFENED PEOPLE SAY ABOUT COPING WITH DEAFNESS

Cowie, R., 1986, In : BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 39, p. A37-A37 1 p.

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1987

Deafness and family: a problem for psychologists

Cowie, R., Stewart, P. & Douglas-Cowie, E., 1987, In : Irish Journal of Psychology. 8, p. 138-154 17 p.

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5 Citations (Scopus)

RUBBER RHOMBOIDS - NONRIGID INTERPRETATION OF A RIGID STRUCTURE MOVING

Cowie, R., 1987, In : Perception and Psychophysics. 42, p. 407-408 2 p.

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5 Citations (Scopus)
4 Citations (Scopus)
3 Citations (Scopus)

USING MICROCOMPUTERS TO CONTROL SPECTRUM ANALYSIS OF SPEECH

Cowie, R., 1987, In : BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 40, p. A4-A4 1 p.

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1988

IMPOSSIBLE OBJECTS AND THE THINGS WE DO 1ST IN VISION

Cowie, R., 1988, In : British Journal of Psychology. 79, p. 321-338 18 p.

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8 Citations (Scopus)
1989

ROTATING TRAPEZIA WHICH APPEAR LUMINOUS AND TRANSPARENT DURING REVERSALS

Cowie, R., 1989, In : Perception. 18, p. 173-180 8 p.

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2 Citations (Scopus)

THE COMPUTER AND THE MIND - AN INTRODUCTION TO COGNITIVE SCIENCE - JOHNSONLAIRD,PN

Cowie, R., 1989, In : Irish Journal of Psychology. 10, p. 138-140 3 p.

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THE LOGICAL BASIS OF VISUAL-PERCEPTION - COMPUTATION AND EMPIRICAL-EVIDENCE

Cowie, R. & Clements, D., 1989, In : Irish Journal of Psychology. 10, p. 232-246 15 p.

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1 Citation (Scopus)
1992

ARE ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETS AS SMART AS A RAT

Savage, T. & Cowie, R., 1992, In : NETWORK-COMPUTATION IN NEURAL SYSTEMS. 3, p. 47-59 13 p.

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3 Citations (Scopus)

RECTANGLES MAY APPEAR TO REVERSE LIKE TRAPEZIA WHEN THEY ROTATE AT AN UNEVEN RATE

Cowie, R., Mitchell, R. & Mcmullen, K., 1992, In : PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS. 74, p. 643-648 6 p.

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1993

FROM LINE-DRAWINGS TO IMPRESSIONS OF 3D OBJECTS - DEVELOPING A MODEL TO ACCOUNT FOR THE SHAPES THAT PEOPLE SEE

Cowie, R. & Perrott, R., 1993, In : Image and Vision Computing. 11, p. 342-352 11 p.

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9 Citations (Scopus)

How well does motion convey an object's shape? It depends on your viewpoint

Cowie, R. & Old, A., 1993, In : Irish Journal of Psychology. 14, p. 361-374 14 p.

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If she's a mermaid, that's a hand: Context effects in the recognition of object parts

Cowie, R. & McSherry, D., 01 Aug 1993, In : Irish Journal of Psychology. 14, 3, p. 375 386 p., 14(3).

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PSYCHOLOGY, ARTIFICIAL-INTELLIGENCE, AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE

Cowie, R. & Mulhern, G., 1993, In : Irish Journal of Psychology. 14, p. 309-313 5 p.

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1994

Integration of shading and texture cues: testing the linear model

Curran, W. & Johnston, A., 1994, In : Vision Research. 34, p. 1863-1874 12 p.

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23 Citations (Scopus)
1995

Psychology and hearing impairment: focussing on the people with the loss

Cowie, R., Watson, D., Kerr, P. & Douglas-Cowie, E., 1995, In : Irish Journal of Psychology. 16, p. 288-298 11 p.

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3 Citations (Scopus)

Using 'chimerae' to probe part-whole relationships in the recognition of impoverished and detailed pictures

McSherry, D. & Cowie, R., 1995, In : Perception. 24, p. 118-118 1 p.

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Using intrapictorial probes to measure apparent orientations of surfaces in simple pictures under unrestricted viewing

Cowie, R. & Byth, W., 1995, In : Perception. 24, p. 118-119 2 p.

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1996

3D Curvature Contrast - a geometric or brightness illusion?

Curran, W. & Johnston, A., 1996, In : Vision Research. 36, p. 3641-3653 13 p.

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Investigating shape-from-shading illusions using solid objects

Johnston, A. & Curran, W., 1996, In : Vision Research. 36, p. 2827-2835 9 p.

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13 Citations (Scopus)

The contribution of provisual actions to judgments of form in depth

Cowie, R., Graham, J. & Gielen, S., 1996, In : Perception. 25, p. 63-63 1 p.

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The Effect of Illuminant Position on Perceived Curvature

Curran, W. & Johnston, A., 1996, In : Vision Research. 36, p. 1399-1410 12 p.

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28 Citations (Scopus)
1997

Acquired deafness: A multi-dimensional experience

Kerr, P. C. & Cowie, R., 1997, In : BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY. 31, p. 177-188 12 p.

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22 Citations (Scopus)

A theory of almost everything: A scientific and religious quest for ultimate answers.

Cowie, R., 1997, In : Irish Journal of Psychology. 18, p. 363-366 4 p.

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Poor recovery of surface orientation from VDU images predicts poor performance in laparoscopic surgery

Gallagher, A., Cowie, R. & Crothers, I., 1997, In : Perception. 26, p. 48-48 1 p.

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The perception of structure

Cowie, R., 1997, In : Perception. 26, p. 1324-1326 3 p.

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1 Citation (Scopus)

Zooming diamonds: a new illusion, and a warning on the biological relevance of parallel projection

Cowie, R., 1997, In : Perception. 26, p. 49-50 2 p.

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1998

Intonational settings as markers of discourse units in telephone conversations

Douglas-Cowie, E. & Cowie, R., 1998, In : Language and Speech. 41, p. 347-370 24 p.

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10 Citations (Scopus)

'Lattice and stretch' cues: Articulating an approach to the recovery of structure in depth

Cowie, R., 1998, In : Perception. 27, p. 34-34 1 p.

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Measurement and modelling of perceived slant in surfaces represented by freely viewed line drawings

Cowie, R., 1998, In : Perception. 27, 5, p. 505-540 36 p.

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18 Citations (Scopus)

Using active manipulation to facilitate visual discrimination: How subjects judge a view is good enough to support a decision

Watson, E. & Cowie, R., 1998, In : Perception. 27, p. 115-115 1 p.

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Variation among nonclinical subjects on a line-bisection task

Cowie, R. & Hamill, G., 1998, In : PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS. 86, 3 PART I, p. 834-834 1 p.

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19 Citations (Scopus)
1999

Development of Illusory contour perception in infants

Curran, W., Braddick, O. J., Atkinson, J., Wattam-Bell, J. & Andrew, R., 1999, In : Perception. 28, 4, p. 527-538 12 p.

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30 Citations (Scopus)

Evidence for on-line visual guidance during saccadic gaze shifts.

Grealy, M. A., Craig, C. & Lee, D. N., 07 Sep 1999, In : PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 266, 1430, p. 1799-1804 6 p.

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4 Citations (Scopus)

Judgments of structure in depth in cue-poor regions rely on independent heuristics, not logical propagation

Cowie, R., Hurle, C., McNamara, B., O'Hara, A. & Shaw, D., 1999, In : Perception. 28, p. 126-126 1 p.

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Laparoscopic performance is predicted by a test of pictorial perception: Three replications, using novices and experienced surgeons

Crothers, I. R., Gallagher, A. G., Cowie, R., Jordan, J. A., McClure, N. & McGuigan, J., 1999, In : Perception. 28, p. 103-103 1 p.

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