0 Bethany Growns and Kristy A. Martire Forensic science expertise: examining visual statistical learning about complex patterns across categories
1 Chandler-Mather, N. , Kritikos, A. , & Welsh, T.  The human visual motor system responds differentially to biological and non-biological motion 
2 Sarah-Jane Morgan & Amy Chan Are executive functions related to children?s anticipation of regret and reasoning about another?s regret?
3 James D. Dunn, David White, Richard I. Kemp When familiarity doesn?t matter: no encoding differences for image-level details in familiar and unfamiliar faces
4 Raquel L. Green & Nicole A. Thomas  Is the attentional spotlight symmetrical? 
5 Saccone, E.J., Churches, O. Szpak, A. & Nicholls, M. E. R. Support for visuomotor modulation in shared, social space: Non-human distractors do not influence object affordance motor congruency effects
6 Rebecca A. Mursic, Bernhard E. Riecke, Deborah Apthorp and Stephen Palmisano Music That Moves You: Auditory Vection Induced by the Shepard-Risset Glissando
7 Samantha Parker, Andrew Heathcote & Matthew Finkbeiner The influence of attentional alignment on performance and evidence accumulation
8 Emily Keough, Simone Favelle, Romina Palermo, & Louise Ewing Configural, holistic and featural processing of facial expressions, and their role in expression recognition ability.
9 Jolene A Cox*, Bruce K Christensen, Stephanie C Goodhew Temporal dynamics of biased attention and anxiety: Is affective context a missing piece of the puzzle?
10 Luke Mills; Sachiko Kinoshita Can the phonological component of reading be controlled
11 Benjamin Arcioni, Stephen Palmisano, Juno Kim, Deborah Apthorp &  Paul Stapley Postural instability predicts the likelihood, but not the severity, of cybersickness 
12 Luke Green and Ottmar Lipp The Effect of Temporal Context Cues on the Renewal of Conditional Fear Responding
13 Mewton, Apthorp, McKone, Dzhelyova, Rossion & Dawel Neural discrimination between genuine and posed facial expressions: Fast Periodic Visual Stimulation (FPVS) reveals highly reliable EEG markers
14 Daniel Talbot, Evelyn Smith & John Cass An examination of body categorization and sequential dependency of male bodies
15 Patrick T. Goodbourn, Jason D. Forte, & Francis Merson Connecting objects affects perceived number lawfully
16 Louisa A. Talipski, Stephanie C. Goodhew, & Mark Edwards The effects of transient attention on higher-level visual processing
17 Simone Favelle, Megan Willis & Emily Keough Automatic Facial Expression Recognition: A validation study
18 Nathan Beu, Irina Baetu, & Nicholas R Burns Polymorphisms in dopaminergic genes predict proactive inhibition in a Go/No-Go task
19 Kim Ransley, Sally Andrews, Alex Holcombe Capacity limits for processing concurrent briefly presented words
20 Zach Howard, Bianca Belevski, Ami Eidels and Simon Dennis Investigating the processing of dual-cue memory intersection problems
21 Rebecca Lawrence, Stephanie C. Goodhew, & Mark Edwards Exploring the relationship between ageing, placeholders, and the spatial spread of attention
22 Rebekah Manning & Nicole Thomas Left-handers know what's left is right: Handedness and object affordance
23 Kaye Mullins, Simon J Cropper, & Daniel R Little Cones and colour: similarity, discrimination and our perception of cardinal colours
24 Sebastian Rogers & Joel Pearson Evidence of an abnormal state for visual hallucinations in the normal population
25 Mary Ardren, & Deborah Apthorp Effects of Radio Frequencies on alpha oscillations and low-level visual processes 
26 Garrett, Landy, Houpt & Eidels A New Approach to Understanding Systems of Subitizing ? The Comparison of Small Quantities
27 Melissa Prince, Daniele Antoniou & Jason S. McCarley Can Practice Expand the Functional Field of View?
28 Ellie Aniulis, Nicole A. Thomas & Michael E. R. Nicholls The influence of body-related stimuli on attentional asymmetries
29 Ammie Hill & Mark Antoniou Language Training Paradigms: How Language Aptitude and Working Memory Plays a Role in Language Learning
30 Jacob Dye & Darren Burke  Eye tracking Allows Methodological Advancement in the Immediate Self-Report of Emotional Experience
31 Alex Smith, Helen Bronte-Stewart, Talora Martin, Christian Lueck &Deborah Apthorp Postural sway and Parkinson's disease: Discriminative power of linear and non-linear measures.