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Farrell, A. H.; Semplonius, T.; Shapira, M.; Zhou, X.; Laurence, Sarah; Willoughby, T.; Mahy, C. E. V.; Mondloch, C. J. and Evans, A. D. (2016). Research activity in Canadian developmental psychology programs. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne, 57(2) pp. 76–82.

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Laurence, Sarah; Baker, Kristen, A.; Proietti, Valentina, M and Mondloch, Catherine, J. (2022). What happens to our representation of identity as familiar faces age? Evidence from priming and identity aftereffects. British Journal of Psychology (Early access).

Laurence, Sarah; Baker, Kristen A.; Proietti, Valentina M. and Mondloch, Catherine J. (2022). What happens to our representation of identity as familiar faces age? Evidence from priming and identity aftereffects. British Journal of Psychology (Early access).

Laurence, Sarah; Zhou, Xiaomei and Mondloch, Catherine J. (2015). The flip side of the other-race coin: They all look different to me. British Journal of Psychology, 107(2) pp. 374–388.

Laurence, Sarah; Hole, Graham J and Hills, Peter J (2014). Lecturers' faces fatigue their students: Face identity aftereffects for dynamic and static faces. Visual Cognition, 22(8) pp. 1072–1083.

Laurence, Sarah and Hole, Graham J (2012). Identity specific adaptation with composite faces. Visual Cognition, 20(2) pp. 109–120.

Laurence, Sarah and Hole, Graham (2011). The effect of familiarity on face adaptation. Perception, 40(4) pp. 450–463.

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Matthews, Claire M; Mondloch, Catherine J; Lewis-Dennis, Fallon and Laurence, Sarah (2022). Children's ability to recognize their parent's face improves with age. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 223, article no. 105480.

Matthews, C. M.; Mondloch, C. J.; Lewis-Dennis, F. and Laurence, S. (2022). Children’s ability to recognize their parent’s face improves with age. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology (In Press).

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Proietti, Valentina; Laurence, Sarah; Matthews, Claire M.; Zhou, Xiaomei and Mondloch, Catherine J. (2019). Attending to Identity Cues Reduces the Own-age but not the Own-race Recognition Advantage. Vision Research, 157 pp. 184–191.

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