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ACTIS_GRASSO, R, ZAVAGNO, D, LEGA, C, ZANI, A, DANEYKO, Olga and CATTANEO, Z (2017). Can music be figurative? Exploring the possibility of crossmodal similarities between music and visual arts. Psihologija.

AKRAM, Umair (2017). Objective sleep and personality : commentary on Johann et al. Perfectionism and Polysomnography-Determined Markers of Poor Sleep. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine.

AKRAM, Umair (2017). Sleep associated monitoring on awakening mediates the relationship between cutaneous body image dissatisfaction and insomnia symptoms. Sleep Science, 10 (2), 92-95.

AKRAM, Umair (2017). The face of tiredness in insomnia from the self-perspective : a focus on attentional and interpretative biases. Journal Of Sleep Research. (In Press)

AKRAM, Umair, BEATTIE, Louise, YPSILANTI, Antonia, REIDY, John, ROBSON, Anna, CHAPMAN, Ashley J. and BARCLAY, Nicola L. (2018). Sleep-related attentional bias for tired faces in insomnia: Evidence from a dot-probe paradigm. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 103, 18-23.

AKRAM, Umair, ELLIS, Jason G., MYACHYKOV, Andriy and BARCLAY, Nicola L. (2016). Misperception of tiredness in young adults with insomnia. Journal of Sleep Research, 25 (4), 466-474.

AKRAM, Umair, ELLIS, Jason G., MYACHYKOV, Andriy and BARCLAY, Nicola L. (2017). Preferential attention towards the eye-region amongst individuals with insomnia. Journal of Sleep Research, 26 (1), 84-91.

AKRAM, Umair, ELLIS, Jason G., MYACHYKOV, Andriy, CHAPMAN, Ashley J. and BARCLAY, Nicola L. (2017). Anxiety mediates the relationship between multidimensional perfectionism and insomnia disorder. Personality and Individual Differences, 104, 82-86.

AKRAM, Umair, SHARMAN, Rachel and NEWMAN, Amy (2018). Altered perception of facially expressed tiredness in insomnia. Perception, 47 (1), 105-111.

ALEIXO, Paul and SUMNER, Krystina (2017). Memory for biopsychology material presented in comic book format. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, 8 (1), 79-88.

AQUILI, Luca (2014). The causal role between phasic midbrain dopamine signals and learning. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 8 (139), 1-4.

AQUILI, Luca, LIU, Andrew W., SHINDOU, Tomomi and WICKENS, Jeffery R. (2014). Behavioral flexibility is increased by optogenetic inhibition of neurons in the nucleus accumbens shell during specific time segments. Learning & Memory, 21 (4), 223-231.

AQUILI, Luca and WICKENS, Jeffery (2011). VTA and NAcc neurons inhibition during reversal learning : a pharmacological and an optogenetic approach. Neuroscience Research, 71, e373.

ARDEN, M.A. and CHILCOT, J (2018). BJHP- continuing to increase the profile of health psychology research. British Journal of Health Psychology, 23 (1), 1-2.

ASHE, Simon, FURNESS, Penny, TAYLOR, Sophie, HAYWOOD-SMALL, Sarah and LAWSON, Kim (2016). "Not all in my head": a qualitative exploration of living with fibromyalgia and its treatments (Oral presentation). The European Health Psychologist, 18 (Supp), p. 695.

ASKEY, Charlotte and PLAYFOOT, David (2018). Examining theories of cognitive ageing using the false memory paradigm. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. (In Press)


BARKOUKIS, Vassilis, LOUKOVITIS, Andreas, LAZURAS, Lambros and TSORBATZOUDIA, Haralambos (2018). The Co-creation of an Online Educational Tool to Raise Awareness About Whistleblowing. In: AUER, Michael E. and TSIATSOS, Thrasyvoulos, (eds.) Interactive Mobile Communication Technologies and Learning. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 725 (725). Springer, 661-667.

BARLEY, Ruth and RUSSELL, Lisa (2018). Participatory visual methods: exploring young people’s identities, hopes and feelings. Ethnography and Education, 1-19. (In Press)

BENNETT, Cinnamon and TANG, Ning (2008). Tough at the top: women's career progression, an example in the local government sector. In: YEANDLE, Sue, (ed.) Policy for a Change: Local Labour Market Analysis and Gender Equality. Bristol, Policy Press.

BLACK, Jack (2013). 'Narratives of Empire': An investigation into the English national press coverage of the 2012 London Olympic Ceremonies. In: Olympic Legacies: International Conference – Impacts of Mega-Events on Cities, University of East London, London, UK, 4-6 September 2013. (Unpublished)

BLACK, Jack (2013). 'Narratives of Empire': An investigation into the English national press coverage of the 2012 London Olympic Ceremonies. In: BSA Teaching Group Regional Day Conference, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK, 15 June 2013. (Unpublished)

BLACK, Jack (2013). 'Narratives of Empire': An investigation into the English national press coverage of the 2012 London Olympic Ceremonies’. In: Britishness in the 21st Century, Keele University, Keele, UK, 19 June 2013. (Unpublished)

BLACK, Jack and EWEN, Neil (2013). Team GB, or no Team GB, that is the Question: Olympic football and the Post-War Crisis of Britishness. Sport in History, XXII, 302-324.

BROOKS, Jennifer, GRIDLEY, Kate and SAVITCH, Nada (2017). Removing the 'gag': involving people with dementia in research as advisers and participants. Social Research Practice, 3-14.

BROWN, Kyle G., REIDY, John, WEIGHALL, Anna R. and ARDEN, Madelynne A. (2013). Graphic imagery is not sufficient for increased attention to cigarette warnings: the role of text captions. Addiction, 108 (4), 820-825.


COUSINS, Christine R. and TANG, Ning (2004). Working time and work and family conflict in the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK. Work, employment and society, 18 (3), 531-549.


DANEYKO, Olga (2013). Book Review: Visual experience: Sensation, cognition, and constancy, edited by G Hatfield, S Allred; Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2012, 253 pages ISBN 978 0 19 959727 7. Perception, 42, 251-252.

DANEYKO, Olga (2010). Lightness in Stereoscopic Depth. Vision, 22 (3).

DANEYKO, Olga, STUCCHI, Natale and ZAVAGNO, Daniele (2011). San Lorenzo and the Poggendorff illusion in Ravenna. i-Perception, 2 (5), 502-507.

DANEYKO, Olga and ZAVAGNO, Daniele (2008). On the concept of error in visual perception: An example from simultaneous lightness contrast. Teorie & Modelli, 8 (2-3), 175-184.

DANEYKO, Olga, ZAVAGNO, Daniele and STUCCHI, Natale (2014). The size illusion and lightness contrast effect in Delboeuf-like displays : possible evidence of percept–percept coupling. Perception, 43 (7), 705-710.

DANEYKO, Olga, ZAVAGNO, Daniele and ZANUTTINI, Lucia (2011). Lightness effects in Delboeuf and Ebbinghaus size-contrast illusions. Perception, 40 (4), 464-473.

DEAN, Jonathan (2017). Doing reflexivity: an introduction. Bristol, Policy Press.

DEAN, Jonathan, FURNESS, Penny, VERRIER, Diarmuid, LENNON, Henry, BENNETT, Cinnamon and SPENCER, Stephen (2017). Desert island data: an investigation into researcher positionality. Qualitative Research.


FREEMAN, Elizabeth (2017). Book review: With nature in mind: The ecotherapy manual for mental health professionals. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 45 (5), 633-635.

FREEMAN, Elizabeth, ROBINSON, Emma and HARLAND, Kelly (2016). Understanding the power of the "solo". In: COLES, Richard, COSTA, Sandra and WATSON, Sandra, (eds.) Well-being 2016 : Co-creating Pathways to Well-being : book of proceedings. Birmingham City University, 67-70. (In Press)


GARNHAM, Alan, OAKHILL, Jane and REYNOLDS, David (2018). Anaphoric Islands and Anaphoric Forms: The Role of Explicit and Implicit Focus. Discourse Processes, 55 (2), 197-205.

GHEORGHES, Tamara, SORANZO, Alessandro and REIDY, John (2015). The effect of inter-stimulus interval on the partially occluded slalom illusion. In: ECVP 2015 ; European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool (UK), 23-27 August 2015.


HIRST, Julia, WOOD, Rachel and BURNS-O'CONNELL, Georgina (2017). Initiatives to support the inclusion of pleasure in sexual health and sex education work with young people An impact evaluation. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

HOPE, Aimie LB, JONES, Christopher R, WEBB, Thomas L, WATSON, Matthew L and KAKLAMANOU, Daphne (2017). The Role of Compensatory Beliefs in Rationalizing Environmentally Detrimental Behaviors. Environemt and Behavior.

HURLEY, Matthew (2018). Watermelons and weddings: Making women, peace and security ‘relevant’ at NATO through (re)telling stories of success. Global Society. (In Press)


JONES, Christopher R., KAKLAMANOU, Daphne and LAZURAS, Lambros (2017). Public perceptions of energy security in Greece and Turkey: Exploring the relevance of pro-environmental and pro-cultural orientations. Energy Research & Social Science, 28, 17-28.

JONES, Christopher R., OLFE-KRAEUTLEIN, Barbara and KAKLAMANOU, Daphne (2017). Lay perceptions of Carbon Dioxide Utilisation technologies in the United Kingdom and Germany: An exploratory qualitative interview study. Energy Research & Social Science, 34, 283-293.


KEOGH, Edmund and REIDY, John (2000). Exploring the factor structure of the Mood and Anxiety Symptom Questionnaire (MASQ). Journal of Personality Assessment, 74 (1), 106-125.

KILBY, Laura (2016). Social representations of peace in terrorism talk: a UK talk-radio analysis. Peace and Conflict. (In Press)

KILBY, Laura, HOROWITZ, Ava D. and HYLTON, Patrick L. (2012). Diversity as victim to ‘realistic liberalism’: analysis of an elite discourse of immigration, ethnicity and society. Critical Discourse Studies, 10 (1), 47-60.


LAZURAS, Lambros, BARKOUKIS, Vassilis, MALLIA, Luca, LUCIDI, Fabio and BRAND, Ralf (2017). More than a feeling: The role of anticipated regret in predicting doping intentions in adolescent athletes. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 30, 196-204.

LAZURAS, Lambros, BARKOUKIS, Vassilis and TSORBATZOUDIS, Haralambos (2017). Face-to-face bullying and cyberbullying in adolescents: Transcontextual effects and role overlap. Technology in Society, 48, 97-101.

LAZURAS, Lambros, YPSILANTI, Antonia, LAMPROU, Efthymios and KONTOGIORGIS, Christos (2017). Pharmaceutical cognitive enhancement in Greek university students: differences between users and non-users in social cognitive variables, burnout and engagement. Substance Use and Misuse, 52 (7), 950-958.

LUCIDI, Fabio, ZELLI, Arnaldo, MALLIA, Luca, NICOLAIS, Giampaolo, LAZURAS, Lambros and HAGGER, Martin (2017). Moral attitudes predict cheating and gamesmanship behaviors among competitive tennis players. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, p. 571.


MACASKILL, Ann (2018). Undergraduate mental health issues: the challenge of the second year of study. Journal of Mental Health. (In Press)

MARKSON, Lucy, ROBERTS, Jane, JACOBS, Laura, EVANS, Roy and NEWBERRY, Michelle (2009). HM Prison Grendon Induction Evaluation. Project Report. Internal Prison Service Report. (Unpublished)

MOORE, David, REIDY, John and HEAVEY, Lisa (2016). Attentional allocation of autism spectrum disorder individuals : searching for a Face-in-the-Crowd. Autism, 20 (2), 163-171.


NEWBERRY, Michelle (2009). Changes in the characteristics of offenders at Grendon prison 1998 and 2008. Project Report. Internal Prison Service Report. (Unpublished)

NEWBERRY, Michelle (2017). Darkness and light : the role of dark triad traits and empathy in understanding preferences for visual artworks. In: 11th Annual International Conference on Psychology, Athens, Greece, 29-31 May 2017. (Unpublished)

NEWBERRY, Michelle (2009). HM Prison Grendon Security Impact Questionnaire Report. Project Report. Internal Prison Service Report. (Unpublished)

NEWBERRY, Michelle (2009). HM Prison Grendon Therapy Delivery Review: A Review of the Profiles of Prisoners Grendon Works Best With. Project Report. Internal Prison Service Report. (Unpublished)

NEWBERRY, Michelle (2009). The relationship between offence type, psychopathy and blame attribution among prisoners at HM Prison Grendon. Project Report. Internal Prison Service Report. (Unpublished)

NEWBERRY, Michelle and ASHTON-WIGMAN, Stefanie (2015). The Pathways Mentoring Scheme : an evaluation. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)

NEWBERRY, Michelle, ASHTON-WIGMAN, Stefanie, COLEMAN, Charlotte and MOTTRAM, Bethamy (2014). Abusive relationships : an exploration of the experiences of individuals referred to the Domestic Violence Unit at Rotherham Police Station. Project Report. South Yorkshire Police. (Unpublished)

NG, KH, FAUST, Oliver, SUDARSHAN, Vidya and CHATTOPADHYAY, Subhagata (2015). Data Overloading in Medical Imaging: Emerging Issues, Challenges and Opportunities in Efficient Data Management. Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics, 5 (4), 755-764.


ONG LAI TEIK, Derek, LEE, Xiao Shiang, LIM, Chu Jian, LOW, Chia Mei, MUSLIMA, Mariyam and AQUILI, Luca (2016). Ginseng and ginkgo biloba effects on cognition as modulated by cardiovascular reactivity: a randomised trial. PLOS ONE, 11 (3), e0150447.

ONONAIYE, Margarita S.P., TURPIN, Graham and REIDY, John (2007). Attentional bias in social anxiety: manipulation of stimulus duration and social-evaluative anxiety. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 31 (6), 727-740.

ORR, Jemma and MCCAMLEY, Alison (2017). Evaluating the effectiveness of a community-based dietary intervention in Nottingham. British Food Journal, 119 (5), 1091-1101.


PLAYFOOT, David, BILLINGTON, Jac and TREE, Jeremy J. (2018). Reading and visual word recognition ability in Semantic Dementia is not predicted by semantic performance. Neuropsychologia, 111, 292-306.


RAGHAVAN, Anjana (2014). The Fragmented Minor : Tamil Identity and the Politics of Authenticity. In: TRIPATHY, Jyotirmaya and PADMANABHAN, Sudarsan, (eds.) Becoming Minority: How Discourses and Policies Produce Minorities in Europe and India. Sage.

RAGHAVAN, Anjana (2017). Towards corporeal cosmopolitanism : performing decolonial solidarities. Rowman and Littlefield International. (In Press)

REIDY, John (2004). Trait anxiety, trait depression, worry, and memory. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 42 (8), 937-948.

REIDY, John and KEOGH, Edmund (1997). Testing the discriminant and convergent validity of the mood and anxiety symptoms questionnaire using a British sample. Personality and Individual Differences, 23 (2), 337-344.

REIDY, John and RICHARDS, Anne (1997). Anxiety and memory: A recall bias for threatening words in high anxiety. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 35 (6), 531-542.

REIDY, John and RICHARDS, Anne (1997). A memory bias for threat in high-trait anxiety. Personality and Individual Differences, 23 (4), 653-663.

RIBY, LM, TEIK, DOL, AZMIE, NBM, OOI, EL, REGINA, Caroline, YEO, EKW, MASSA, Jacqueline and AQUILI, Luca (2017). Impulsiveness, postprandial blood glucose and glucoregulation affect measures of behavioral flexibility. Nutrition Research, 48, 65-75.

RODD, Helen, KIRBY, Jennifer, DUFFY, Elizabeth, PORRITT, Jenny, ANNIE, Morgan, SUNEETA, Prasad, BAKER, Sarah and MARSHMAN, Zoe (2018). Children’s experiences following a CBT intervention to reduce dental anxiety: one year on. British Dental Journal.

RODER, Knut (2017). The Missing Linke? Restraint and Realignment in the German Left, 2005-2017 ¿El eslabón perdido? Restricción y realineamiento dentro de la izquierda alemana, 2005-2017. Revista Española de Ciencia Política - Ciencia Política y de la Administración (45), 43-65.

ROPES, Donald and YPSILANTI, Antonia (2016). A conceptual framework for managing intergenerational relations in the workplace. In: ANTONIOU, Alexander-Stamatios, BURKE, Ronald J. and COOPER, Cary L., (eds.) The aging workforce handbook: individual, organizational and societal challenges. Bingley, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 299-322.

ROSI, Alice, MENA, Pedro, SCAZZINA, Francesca, MARINO, Barbara and DANEYKO, Olga (2017). Food perception at lunchtime does not depend on the nutritional and perceived characteristics of breakfast. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition. (In Press)


SHEARN, Katie, ALLMARK, Peter, PIERCY, Hilary and HIRST, Julia (2017). Building realist programme theory for large complex and messy interventions. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 16 (1), 1-11.

SHEARN, Katie, PIERCY, Hilary, ALLMARK, Peter and HIRST, Julia (2016). Provision of positive sexual health services for young people: a realist evaluation. The Lancet, 388 (Supp2), S105.

SHUKER, Richard and NEWBERRY, Michelle (2017). Offence type and treatment outcome in a therapeutic community prison: Which offenders show most reductions in criminogenic risk? In: British Psychological Society Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference, Bristol, UK, 13-15 June 2017. (Unpublished)

SORANZO, Alessandro, DANYEKO, Olga and ZAVAGNO, Daniele (2017). Mona Lisa's smiles in Leonardo's drawings. Art and Perception, 5 (5), p. 410.

SORANZO, Alessandro, PETRELLI, Daniela, CIOLFI, Luigina and REIDY, John (2018). On the Perceptual Aesthetics of Interactive Objects. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. (In Press)

SORANZO, Alessandro, PETRELLI, Daniela, CIOLFI, Luigina and REIDY, John (2017). The importance of behaviour as an aesthetic feature. In: ECVP 2017, Berlin, 27-31 August 2017. (Unpublished)

SORANZO, Alessandro, WILSON, Christopher and BERTAMINI, Marco (2016). The role of perceptual factors in the reflexive attentional shift phenomenon. In: 39th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) 2016 Barcelona, Barcelona, 28 August 2016 - 1 September 2016.

SOUTHERN, Neil (2017). Political conflict, policing and the challenges of masculinity: The experiences of women officers in the Royal Ulster Constabulary GC. Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles.

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), e37749.

STIELL, Bernadette, TANG, Ning, BENNETT, Cinnamon and PRICE, Christopher (2006). Building Policy/Research Relationships: Using Innovative Methodologies to Engage Ethnic Minority Women. Local Economy, 21 (2), 211-218.


TAKEI, Nori, AKRAM, Umair, ELLIS, Jason G. and BARCLAY, Nicola L. (2015). Anxiety mediates the relationship between perfectionism and insomnia symptoms: A longitudinal study. PLOS ONE, 10 (10), e0138865.

TANG, Ning (2011). Book Review: Women, men, work and family in Europe ROSEMARY CROMPTON, SUZAN LEWIS and CLARE LYONETTE, eds, 2007. Journal of Gender Studies, 20 (1), 89-102.

TANG, Ning (2005). Book review: Mothers’ Employment and Childcare Use in Britain. By G.PAULL and J. TAYLOR with A. DUNCAN. Economica, 733-734.

TANG, Ning (2002). Interviewer and Interviewee Relationships Between Women. Sociology, 36 (3), 703-721.

TANG, Ning and COUSINS, Christine (2005). Working Time, Gender and Family: An East-West European Comparison. Gender, Work and Organization, 12 (6), 527-550.

TANG, Ning, NOLLENT, Andrea, BARLEY, Ruth and WOLSTENHOLME, Claire (2009). Linking outward and inward mobility : how raising the international horizons of UK students enhances the international student experience on the UK campus. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University.

THIRKETTLE, Martin, BENTON, Christopher P. and SCOTT-SAMUEL, Nicholas E. (2009). Contributions of form, motion and task to biological motion perception. Journal of vision, 9 (3), p. 28.

THIRKETTLE, Martin, 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), 118-126.

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, p. 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, 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), 351-360.

WHIGHAM, Stuart and BLACK, Jack (2018). Glasgow 2014, the media and Scottish politics – the (post)imperial symbolism of the Commonwealth Games. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations.. (In Press)

WILSON, Christopher, SORANZO, Alessandro and MARCO, Bertamini (2017). Attentional interference is modulated by salience not sentience. Acta Psychologica, 178, 56-65.

WOOD, Rachel (2017). Consumer sexualities: women and sex shopping. Sexualities in Society . London, Routledge. (In Press)

WOOD, Rachel (2017). Look good, feel good: sexiness and sexual pleasure in neoliberalism. In: ELIAS, Ana Sofia, GILL, Rosalind and SCHARFF, Christina, (eds.) Aesthetic labour: rethinking beauty politics in neoliberalism. Dynamics of Virtual Work . Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)

WOOD, Rachel (2015). Sexual consumption within sexual labour: producing and consuming erotic texts and sexual commodities. Porn Studies, 2 (2-3), 250-262.

WOOD, Rachel (2016). ‘You do act differently when you're in it’: lingerie and femininity. Journal of Gender Studies, 25 (1), 10-23.

WOOD, Rachel and LITHERLAND, Benjamin (2017). Critical feminist hope: the encounter of neoliberalism and popular feminism in WWE 24: Women’s Evolution. Feminist Media Studies, 1-18. (In Press)


ZAVAGNO, Daniele and DANEYKO, Olga (2008). When figure-ground segmentation modulates brightness: The case of phantom illumination. Acta Psychologica, 129 (1), 166-174.

ZAVAGNO, Daniele and DANEYKO, Olga (2017). The glare effect. In: SHAPIRO, Arthur G. and TODOROVIC, Dejan, (eds.) The Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions. O.U.P. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 454-460.

ZAVAGNO, Daniele, DANEYKO, Olga and ACTIS-GROSSO, Rossana (2015). Mishaps, errors, and cognitive experiences: on the conceptualization of perceptual illusions. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9 (190).

ZAVAGNO, Daniele, DANEYKO, Olga and AGOSTINI, Tiziano (2010). Measuring the meter: on the constancy of lightness scales seen against different backgrounds. Behavior Research Methods, 43 (1), 215-223.

ZAVAGNO, Daniele, DANEYKO, Olga and CAPUTO, Giovanni (2010). Et Facta Est Lux: Experiencing Luminosity in Art and in the Real World. In: Third Internation Workshop on Kansei, Fukuoka-city, Japan, 22-23 February 2010.

ZAVAGNO, Daniele, DANEYKO, Olga and SAKURAI, Kenzo (2011). What can pictorial artifacts teach us about light and lightness? Japanese Psychological Research, 53 (4), 448-462.

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