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Dr. Angus GELLATLY

Dr. Angus GELLATLY


Research Interests:

  • Visual cognition and attention
  • Cognitive attributions
  • Social cognitions

Qualifications:

  • PhD in Psychology, University of London, 1975
  • MA in Psychology, University of Dundee, 1970

Published Journals/ Articles:

Journals

     63.   Argyropoulos, I., Gellatly, A.R.H., Pilling, M., & Carter, W. (2013) Crowding does not

                            interact with set-size or mask duration in four dot masking. (In preparation)
     
    62.   Pilling, M. & Gellatly, A.R.H.. (2013). Task probability and report of feature information: you ‘see’ what you expect to need.
                              Acta Psychologica, In Press
     
    61.   Skarratt, P.A., Gellatly, A.R.H., Cole, G.G., & Hulleman, J. (2013). Looming motion primes
                            the visuomotor system. (Under revision for Journal of Experimental Psychology:
                            Human Perception and Performance,)
     
    60.   Pilling, M., Gellatly, A.R.H., & Argyropoulos, I. (2013) Visual spatial attention modulates
                            re-entrant object processing but not object substitution masking (Submitted for
                            publication).
     
    59.   Argyropoulos, I., Gellatly, A.R.H., Pilling, M. & Carter, W. (2013) Set-size and mask
                           duration do not interact in object substitution masking. Journal of
                           Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, In Press.
     
    58.   Guest, D., Gellatly, A.R.H. & Pilling, M. (2012) Reduced OSM for long duration targets:
                            Individuation or items loaded into VSTM?    Journal of Experimental Psychology:
                            Human Perception and Performance, 38, 1541-1543.
     
    57.    Okai, D., Gellatly, A.R.H. & David, A. (2012) Cognitive Neuropsychiatry. In Cognitive
                            Psychology. (2nd Edition) N.R. Braisby & A.R.H. Gellatly (Eds) Oxford: Oxford
                            Univeristy Press. (pages 468 - 502).
     
    56.   Pilling, M. & Gellatly, A.R.H.. (2011). Visual awareness of objects and their colour. Attention,
                            Perception & Psychophysics, 73, 2026-43.
     
    55. Guest, D., Gellatly, A.R.H. & Pilling, M. (2011) The effect of spatial competition between
                            object-level representations of target and mask on object substitution masking.
                            Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 73, 2528-2541.
     
    54. Pilling, M. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2010) Object substitution masking and the object updating
                            hypothesis. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 17, 737-742.
     
    53. Luiga, I. Gellatly, A.R.H., Bachmann, T. (2010) Delayed offset of distracters masks a local
                            target. Acta Psychologica., 134, 344-352
     
    52. Gellatly, A.R.H., Pilling, M., Carter, W. & Guest, D. (2010) How does target duration affect
                            object substitution masking? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human
                            Perception and Performance, 36, 1267-1279.
     
    51. Skarratt, P.A., Cole,G.G. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2009) Re-examining the Behavioural Urgency
                            Hypothesis: Attentional priority for objects that loom in three-dimensional space.
                            Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 71, 964-970.
     
    50. Pilling, M. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2009) Target visibility in the standing wave illusion: Is mask-
                            target shape similarity important? Perception, 38, 5-16.
     
    49. Cole, G., Skarratt, P. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2007) Object and spatial representations in the
                            corner enhancement effect. Perception & Psychophysics, 69, 400-412.
     
    48. Gellatly, A.R.H., Pilling, M.,Cole, G. & Skarratt, P. (2006) What is being masked in object
                            substitution masking? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and
                            Performance, 32, 1422-35.
     
    47. Braisby, N.R & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2005) Introducing Cognitive Psychology. In Cognitive
                            Psychology. N.R. Braisby & A.R.H. Gellatly (Eds) Oxford: Oxford Univeristy
                            Press. (pages 1 - 33)
     
    46. Gellatly, A.R.H., Cole, G., Fox, C., & Johnson, M. (2003) Response inhibition can affect
                           reaction time to abrupt onset displays. Perception, 32, 1377-91.
     
    45. Cole, G., Kentridge, R., Gellatly, A.R.H. & Heywood, C. (2003) Detectability of onsets versus
                           offsets in the change detection paradigm. Journal of Vision, 3, 22-31.
     
    44. Gellatly, A.R.H. (2002) Conscious colour perception and processing of wavelength
                            information. In B.Saunders (Ed.) Theories, technologies and instrumentalities of
                            colour. University Press of America
     
    43. Cole, G. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2001) The effect of object onset on the distribution of visual
                            Attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and
                             Performance, 27, 1356-1368.
     
    42. Parker, A., Waterman, M. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2000) Effect of environmental context manipulations on explicit and implicit memory for categorized and random words. to Current Psychology of Cognition, 19, 111-132.
     
    41. Gellatly, A.R.H., & Cole, G. (2000) Accuracy of target detection in new object and old object
                            displays.   Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and
                             Performance, 26(3), (889-899).
     
    40. Parker, A., Gellatly, A.R.H. & Waterman, M. (1999) The effect of environmental context manipulation on memory: Dissociation between perceptual and conceptual implicit memory. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 11, 555-569.
     
    39. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1999) Perception and information processing: Comment on Pylyshyn.   
                            Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 22, 377-78.
     
    38. Gellatly, A.R.H., Cole, G. & Blurton, A. (1999) Do equiluminant object onsets capture visual
                            attention? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance,
                            25 (6), 1-16.
     
    37. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1997) Cultural practice and perception: Commentary on Saunders and Van
                            Brakel. Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 20, 189-190.
     
    36. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1997) Cognitive processes and theory development: A reply to Spencer and
                            Karmiloff-Smith. Human Development, 40, 55-58.
     
    35. Fisher-Morris, M. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (1997) The experience and expression of pain in senile dementia Alzheimer type patients. Age and Ageing, 26, 497-500.
     
    34. Parker, A. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (1997) Moveable cues: a practical method for reducing context dependent forgetting. Applied Cognitive Psychology,  11, 163-173.
     
    33. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1997) Why the young child has neither a theory of mind nor a theory of anything else. Human Development, 40, 1-19.
     
    32. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Blurton, A. (1996) What are the mechanisms of rivalrous first-order and second-order motions? Perception, 25, S58-59.
     
    31. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1995) Colourful Whorfian Ideas: Linguistic and cultural influences on the perception and cognition of colour and on the investigation of them. Mind & Language, 10,  199-225.
     
    30. Gellatly, A.R.H., Banton, P., & Woods, C. (1995) Salience and awareness in the Jacoby-Whitehouse effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition. , 21 1374-1379.
     
    29. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Blurton, A. (1995) Attentional tracking in the perception of apparent motion: evidence from sequential blanking displays. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 48A, 41-54.
     
    28. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1994) Attentive and non-attentive processes in the perception of apparent motion. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics.
     
    27. Gellatly, A.R.H., Parker, E.A. Blurton, A. Woods, C. (1994) Word stem and word fragment completion following semantic activation and elaboration. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 20, 5, 1099-1107
     
    26. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1993) Riposte a Raven. Rinascita della Scuola 2. 104-106.
     
     
    25. Parker, E.A. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (1992) Effects of context on memory: Manipulation of
                            ambient odour and music. International Journal of Psychology, 27, 120.
     
    24. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1992) The misleading concept of cognitive competences. Theory and Psychology, 2, 363-390.
     
    23. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1991) Comments on Raven. Open Dialogue, 1, (17-19).
     
    22. Rogers, D.R. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (1989) Psychology and Managers. In: The Applied Psychologist. J. Hartley and J.A. Branthwaite Eds.) Open University Press. (96-112).
     
    21. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Rogers, D.R. (1989) The individual and the social in cognitive psychology. In: Cognition and Social Worlds. A.R.H. Gellatly, D.R. Rogers and J.A. Sloboda (Eds.) Oxford University Press. (1-10).
     
    20. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1989) The Myth of Cognitive Diagnosis. In: Cognition and Social Worlds. A.R.H. Gellatly, D.R. Rogers, and J.A. Sloboda (Eds.) Oxford University Press. (113-132).
     
    19. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1989) Human Inference. In: Human and Machine Problem Solving. K.K. Gilhooly (Ed.) New York: Plenum Publishing. (233-264).
     
    18. Gellatly, A.R.H., Jones, S.R., & Best, A. (1988) The development of skill at `Concentration". Australian Journal of Psychology, 40, 1-10.
     
    17. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1988) Influences on conceptions of logic and mind. In: Scientific Knowledge Socialized. I. Hronszky, M. Feher, & B. Dajka (Eds.) Dordrecht: Reidel (245-263).
     
    16. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1988) Counting as a social practice. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 11, 488-490.
     
    15. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Bishop, M.J. (1987) Perception of illusory contours: A skills analysis. In: The Perception of Illusory Contours. S. Petry & G.E. Meyer (Eds.) Springer-Verlag (262-268).
     
    14. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1987) The acquisition of a concept of logical necessity. Human Development, 30, 32-47
     
    13. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Bishop, M.J. (1986) Neural habits and the perception of illusory contours. Perception and Psychophysics, 39, 221.
     
    12. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1986)
                            Psychology and Cognition (3-15)
                            The Nature of Memory (53-64)
                            The Acquisition of Memory Skills (65-75)
                            Improving Memory Skills (87-102)
                            Skill at Reasoning (159-170)
                            Problem Solving (171-182). 
                            In: The Skilful Mind: An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology. A.R.H. Gellatly (Ed.)   Milton Keynes: Open University Press.
     
    11. Branthwaite, J.A. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (1985) Moral Development. In:Children Growing Up: Developmental Psychology. J.A.Branthwaite & D.R. Rogers (Eds.) Open University Press (43-54).
     
    10. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1985) Development of Thought. In: Children Growing Up: Developmental Psychology. J.A. Branthwaite and D.R. Rogers (Eds.), Open University Press (94-104).
    9.   Gellatly, A.R.H. (1985) Hemispheric specific effects in reasoning performance. Psychological Research, 47, 217-222.
     
    8.   Gellatly, A.R.H. (1983) The function of spatial frequency analysis: Test of a proposal. Perception and Psychophysics, 34, 301-304.
     
    7.   Gellatly, A.R.H. (1982) Perceptual learning of illusory contours and colours. Perception, 11, 655-661.
     
    6.   Gellatly, A.R.H. (1980) Perception of an illusory triangle with masked inducing figures. Perception, 9, 599-603.
     
    5.   Gellatly, A.R.H. (1980) Logical necessity and the strong programme for the sociology of knowledge. Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, 11, 325-339.
     
    4.   Gellatly, A.R.H. & Gregg, V.H. (1977) Inter-category distance and reaction times: effects of negative relatedness. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behaviour, 16, 505-518.
     
    3.   Gellatly, A.R.H. & Gregg, V.H. (1975) The effects of negative relatedness upon word-picture and word-word comparisions and subsequent recall. British Journal of Psychology, 66, 311-323.
     
    2.   Gellatly, A.R.H. & Gregg, V.H. (1974) The effect of set size upon the latency to name words. Acta Psychologica, 38, 93-98.
     
    1.   Brebner, J., Brooks, H. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (1970) Signal discrimination with multiple inputs. Australian Journal of Psychology, 22, 63-66.

Conferences

     1. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1978) Categorisation with multiple categories. Invited paper read to the London Memory Group.

     
    2. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1980) Perceptual genesis of the illusory triangle. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, Cambridge.
     
    3. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1981) Disparity-based subjective contours and the dipole model of stereopsis. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, Liverpool.
     
    4. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1983) The balance of the mind during reasoning: Hemispheric effects. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, Oxford.
     
    5. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1984) Social influences on the psychology of mind. Invited paper read to the Fifth Joint International Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science, Versprem, Hungary.
     
    6. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1985) A skills analysis of the perception of illusory contours. Invited paper read in absentia to the International Conference on Illusory Contours, New York.
     
    7. Turner, D.H. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (1985) Linguistic determinants of performance on Wason"s selection task. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, Cambridge.
     
    8. Gellatly, A.R.H., Best, A. & Jones, S.R. (1986) Children"s use of strategy in a memory game. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, London.
     
    9. Turner, D.H. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (1986) Matching and Verification Strategies in the selection task. Paper read to the British Psychological Society, Sheffield.
     
    10. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1987) The Myth of Cognitive Diagnostics. Paper read to the conference on `Cognition and Social Worlds", Keele.
     
    11. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1988) Eyewitness Testimony. Invited paper read to the Association of Nottinghamshire Magistrates, Mansfield.
     
    12. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1989) Diagnosis and transfer of Cognitive Skills. Invited paper read to the Training Agency conference on Transferable Skills, University of Warwick.
     
    13. Gellatly, A.R.H., Blurton, A., Hooper, A. & Woods C. (1990) Desperately seeking subliminal semantic facilitation. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, Oxford.
     
    14. Gellatly, A.R.H., Blurton, A. & Parker, E.A. (1991) Stem completion after semantic activation and semantic elaboration. Paper read to the International Conference on Memory, University of Lancaster.
     
    15. Parker, E.A. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (1992) Effects of context on memory: Manipulations of ambient odour and music. Poster to the XXV International Congress of Psychology, Brussels. Refereed abstract in International Journal of Psychology, 27, 120.
     
    16. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Blurton, A. (1993a) The correspondence problem in apparent motion. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, London, January.
     
    17. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Blurton, A. (1993b) Attention and Apparent Motion. Paper read to the annual conference of the Cognitive Section of the British Psychological Society, Cambridge, September.
     
    18. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Blurton, A. (1994) Apparent motion in sequential blanking displays. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, Oxford, March.
     
    19. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1994) Attentive and non-attentive processes in the perception of apparent motion. Paper read to the annual conference of the Applied Vision Association, Bristol, April.
     
    20. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Banton, P. (1994) The qualitative difference criterion of "subliminality": The case of the Jacoby-Whitehouse effect. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, Exeter, July.
     
    21. Fisher-Morris, M. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (1995) The experience and expression of pain in Alzheimer type patients. Paper read to the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society, Warwick, April.
     
    22. Gellatly, A.R. H. (1996). Automatic visual attention to new objects. Paper read to the Annual Conference of the Cognitive Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society, Keele September 1996.
     
    23.    Gellatly, A.R.H. (1996) Mechanisms of rivalrous first and second order motion.  Paper presented to the Nineteenth European Conference on Visual Perception, Strasbourg, September 1996. (Abstract published in Perception, 25, Supplement). I was, additionally, an invited discussant for a further session of this conference.
     
    24.    Gellatly, A.R.H., Cole, G. & Blurton, A. (1998) Object onsets and attentional capture. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, London, January.
     
    25. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Cole, G. (1998) Responses to abrupt onset visual objects: Perceptual facilitation and response inhibition. Paper read at the Xth Congress of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Jerusalem, September 13-17.
     
    26. Cole, G. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (1999) The distribution of spatial attention following the onset of a New object in the visual field. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, London, January.
     
    27. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Cole, G. (1999a) Search amongst new objects is more efficient than search amongst old objects but the response is not always faster. Paper read to the annual meeting of the Applied Vision Association, London, 17th March.
     
    27. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Cole, G. (1999b) New visual objects recruit processing resources. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, Oxford, March 18th.
     
    28. Gellatly, A.R.H. (1999) Over the hill by 500 msec: The time course of visual attention. Paper read to the Midlands Vision Group, Keele, March 29th.
     
    29. Gellatly, A.R.H., Johnson, M., Fox, C. & Cole, G. (1999) Motor inhibition as a factor in reaction time studies. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, Durham, July.
     
    30. Gellatly, A.R.H., Cole, G, & Blurton, A. (1999) Factors affecting accuracy and speed of search amongst new and old objects. Paper read to the XIth Congress of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Ghent, September 1-4.
     
    31. Gellatly, A.R.H. (2000) Spatial precues affect preattentive vision: perceptual or motor effect? Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, London, January.
     
    32. Gellatly, A.R.H. (2000) Colour information processing and conscious perception. Invited paper read at the “Workshop on Colour Perception and Culture”, Leuven, May 18th-21st.
     
    33. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Cole, G. (2000) Do spatial pre-cues affect pre-attentive vision when accuracy is the measure?  Paper to be read to the 23rd European Conference on Visual Perception, Groningen, August 27-31.
     
    34. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Cole, G. (2001) Visual masking and/or release from masking can be feature specific. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, Manchester, July 11-13.
     
    35. Cole, G. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2001) Attentional capture: Object onsets or contour onsets? Paper read to the 24th European Conference on Visual Perception, Pine Bay, Turkey, August, 26-30.
     
    36. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Cole, G. (2001) Attentional capture and spatial pre-cueing. Paper read to the XIIth Congress of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Edinburgh, September, 5-8.
     
    37. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Cole, G. (2002a) The time course of attentional capture. Poster presented at the Vision Sciences Society 2nd annual meeting, Satasota, Florida, 10-15 May.
     
    38. Skarratt, P. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2002) Is inhibition of return (IOR) a perceptual effect? Contradictory findings using two measures of perceptual detection.Poster
    presented to the 25th European Conference on Visual Perception, Glasgow, August, 25-29.
     
    39. Cole, G., Kentridge, R., Gellatly, A.R.H., & Heywood, C. (2002) Relative detectability of onsets and offsets in change detection. Paper presented to the 25th European Conference on Visual Perception, Glasgow, August, 25-29.
     
    40. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Cole, G. (2002b) Attentional capture by new objects and attentional loss by old objects. Paper presented to Applied Vision Association, Aston, December 18.
     
    41. Gellatly, A.R.H. & Cole, G. (2003a) Spatial cueing amplifies attention to onset, boxes diminish it. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, London, January 6-7.
     
    42. Cole, G., Kentridge, R., Gellatly, A.R.H. & Heywood, C. (2003) Attentional capture by onsets and offsets in the change detection paradigm. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, London, January 6-7.
     
    43. Pilling, M. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2003a) "No effect of shape or size on substitution masking". Poster presented at the 26th European Conference on Visual Perception, Paris, September, 1-5.
     
    44. Skarratt, P. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2003a) Does top-down attentional control deactivate inhibition of return (IOR)? Evidence using temporal order judgements (TOJ). Poster presented at the 26th European Conference on Visual Perception, Paris, September, 1-5.
     
    45. Pilling, M. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2003b) "Contour effects in substitution masking." Poster presented at the XIIIth Congress of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology,Granada, September, 17-20. 
     
    46. Skarratt, P. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2003b) "Implications For Inhibition Of Return (IOR) of using Temporal Order Judgement (TOJ) and Orientation Discrimination tasks". Paper presented at the XIIIth Congress of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Granada, September, 17-20.
     
    47. Gellatly,A.R.H & Cole, G. (2003b) “Object-based attention to new second-order objects”. Paper presented at the XIIIth Congress of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Granada, September, 17-20.
     
    48. Gellatly, A.R.H.& Pilling, M. (2005) “Object substitution: Masked features are bundled not bound.” Paper presented at the joint meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society and the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Montreal, July 14-17.
     
    49. Gellatly, A.R.H, Pilling, M. & Cole, G. (2005) “What gets masked in object substitution masking?”. Paper submitted for presentation at the XIVth Congress of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Leiden, 31st August – 3rd September.
     
    50. Cole, G., Skarratt, P. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2007) “Object and spatial representations in the corner enhancement effect.” Poster presented at the 30th European Conference on Visual Perception, Arezzo, August 27th-31st.
     
    51. Cole, G.G., Skarratt, P.A. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2008) “Is inhibition of return blind?” Paper presented at the Applied Vision Association annual meeting, Manchester, April 1st.
     
    52. Skarratt, P.A., Cole,G.G., & Gellatly, A. R. H. (2008) “Inferring attentional capture from differences in search slopes”. Paper presented at the Applied Vision Association annual meeting, Manchester, April 1st.
     
    53. Gellatly, A.R.H., Pilling, M. & Naish, P. (2008) “Object substitution masking with long duration targets”. Paper read to the Experimental Psychology Society, Liverpool, July 9-11.
     
    54. Skarratt, P.A., Gellatly, A.R.H. & Cole, G.G. (2008) “Visuo-motor priorisation for looming motion” Poster presented at the Second International Symposium on Visual Search and Selective Attention”, Fribourg, Switzerland, July 16-19, 2008.
     
    55. Guest, D., Gellatly A.R.H. & Pilling, M. (2009) “Target-mask spatial separation influences the Extent of object substitution masking.” Poster presented at the 32nd European Conference on Visual Perception, Regenburg, Germany, August 24-28.
     
    56. Pilling, M. & Gellalty A.R.H. (2009a) “Object substitution masking with a peripheral dot: Evidence of object updating or attentional capture?” Poster presented at the 32nd European Conference on Visual Perception, Regenburg, Germany, August 24-28.
     
    57. Gellatly, A.R.H., Guest, D. & Pilling, M. (2009) “When and why does masking affect long duration targets?” Poster presented at the 32nd European Conference on Visual Perception, Regenburg, Germany, August 24-28.
     
    58. Pilling, M. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2009b) “Immediate memory for objects and object colour.” Paper presented at the 16th meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Krakow, Poland, September 2-5.
     
    59. Gellatly, A.R.H., Pilling, M. & Guest, D. (2009) “Can long duration display items be substitution masked?” Paper presented at the 16th meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Krakow, Poland, September 2-5.
     
    60. Gellatly, A.R.H., Guest, D. & Pilling, M. (2010). Is substitution masking reduced for longduration items because identity information is available in VSTM or because target and mask objects are better individuated? Paper presented at the 1st joint conference of the EPS and SEPEX, Granada, Spain, April 15-17, 2010.
     
    61. Pilling, M & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2010). Visual awareness of objects and object features as revealed by an abrupt cueing Task. Paper presented at the 1st joint conference of the EPS and SEPEX, Granada, Spain, April 15-17, 2010.
     
    62. Gellatly, A., Guest, D., & Pilling, M, (2010) Object substitution masking of long durationtargets - Now you don`t see it, now you do. Paper presented at the 33rd European Conference on Visual Perception, Lausanne, Switzerland, August 22-26, 2010
     
    63. Pilling, M. & Gellatly, A, (2010) Visual awareness of objects, their colour and orientation. Paper presented at the 33rd European Conference on Visual Perception, Lausanne, Switzerland, August 22-26, 2010
     
    64. Pilling, M. & Gellatly, A. (2011a). The relationship between visual attention and visual short term memory for objects. Paper presented at the 17th Meeting of the European Society for Cogntive Psychology, San Sebastian, September 29th – October 2nd, 2011.
     
    65. Pilling, M. & Gellatly, A. (2011b). Visual attention and knowing about what you ‘see’. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society Cognitive Section Annual conference, Keele University, UK, 6th – 8th September, 2011.
     
    66. Skarratt,P.A., Cole, G.G. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2012) Inferring visual attentional capture from search slopes and intercept differences. Paper presented to the European Conference on Visual Perception, Alghero, 2nd – 6th, September 2012.
     
    67. Pilling, M & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2012) Does attention really affect four dot masking? Paper accepted for European Conference on Visual Perception, Alghero, 2nd – 6th, September 2012.
     
    68. Gellatly, A.R.H., Pilling, M. & Argyropoulos, I. (2013) Spatial attention does not play a role in Object substitution masking – Or only sometimes! Paper presented to the Experimental Psychology Society, London 3rd – 4th January, 2013.

Book(s)

     4.   Braisby, N.R. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2012) (Eds) Cognitive Psychology (2nd Edition). Oxford:

                           Oxford Univeristy Press. (714pp.)
     
    3.   Braisby, N.R. & Gellatly, A.R.H. (2005) (Eds) Cognitive Psychology Oxford. Oxford
                           University Press. (684pp.)
     
    2.   Gellatly, A.R.H., Rogers, D.R. & Sloboda, J.A. (1989) (Eds.) Cognition and Social Worlds.
                           Oxford: Oxford University Press. (257pp.)
     
    1.   Gellatly, A.R.H. (1986) (Ed.) The Skilful Mind: An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology. Milton Keynes: Open University Press. (224pp.). Subsequently translated into French, Portuguese and Spanish.

Other(s)

     2.   Gellatly, A.R.H. (2002) Academic Consultant and Principal Contributor to A Good Memory.

                            London: Duncan Baird for Readers Digest.
     
    1.      Gellatly, A.R.H. (1998) Mind and Brain for Beginners. Cambridge: Icon Books. 170pp.
                            (Reprinted in 1999 as Introducing Mind and Brain. Since translated into Spanish,
                            French, Croatian, Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian, Japanese, Thai, Romanian, Turkish
                            and Russian)

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