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Benton, Christopher P.; Thirkettle, Martin and Scott-Samuel, Nicholas E. (2016). Biological movement and the encoding of its motion and orientation. Scientific reports, 6 p. 22393.

Thirkettle, Martin; Havard, Catriona and Richter, Stephanie (2016). Variability of background colour in suspect line-ups and identification accuracy. In: 26th Annual Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL), 05-08 Jul 2016, Toulouse, France.

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Havard, Catriona; Thirkettle, Martin; Barrett, David and Ritcher, Stephanie (2015). How does image background colour influence facial identification? In: 38th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), 24-27 Aug 2015, Liverpool, UK.

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Thirkettle, Martin; Walton, Thomas; Redgrave, Peter; Gurney, Kevin and Stafford, Tom (2013). No learning where to go without first knowing where you're coming from: action discovery is trajectory, not endpoint based. Frontiers in Psychology, 4, article no. 638.

Thirkettle, Martin; Walton, Thomas; Shah, Ashvin; Gurney, Kevin; Redgrave, Peter and Stafford, Tom (2013). The path to learning: action acquisition is impaired when visual reinforcement signals must first access cortex. Behavioural Brain Research, 243 pp. 267–272.

Walton, Tom; Thirkettle, Martin; Redgrave, Pete; Gurney, Kevin N. and Stafford, Tom (2013). The discovery of novel actions is affected by very brief reinforcement delays and reinforcement modality. Journal of Motor Behavior, 45(4) pp. 351–360.

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Stafford, Tom; Thirkettle, Martin; Walton, Tom; Vautrelle, Nicolas; Hetherington, Len; Port, Michael; Gurney, Kevin and Redgrave, Pete (2012). A novel task for the investigation of action acquisition. PLoS ONE, 7(6), article no. e37749.

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Thirkettle, M.; Scott-Samuel, N. E. and Benton, C. P. (2010). Form overshadows ‘opponent motion’ information in processing of biological motion from point light walker stimuli. Vision Research, 50(1) pp. 118–126.

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