Attention, Saccades, Inhibition, Working Memory

  1. Wincza, R, Hartley, C, Fenton-Romdhani , J, Linkenauger, S & Crawford, T 2024, ‘The development of susceptibility to geometric visual illusions in children – A systematic review‘, Cognitive Development, vol. 69, 101410.
  2. Wilcockson, T., Pothos, E., Osborne, A., & Crawford, T. (2021). Top-down and bottom-up attentional biases for smoking-related stimuli: Comparing dependent and non-dependent smokers. Addictive Behaviors, 118, [106886].

  3. Gonçalo, C., Rosa, P., Lima, C., Tavares, V., Scott, S., Chen, S., Wilcockson, T., Crawford, T., & Prata, D. (2021). Pupil dilation reflects the authenticity of received nonverbal vocalizations. Scientific Reports, 11(1), [3733].

  4. Wilcockson, T., Burns, E., Xia, B., Tree, J., & Crawford, T. (2020). Atypically heterogeneous vertical first fixations to faces in a case series of people with developmental prosopagnosia. Visual Cognition, 28(4), 311-323.

  5. Mardanbegi, D., Wilcockson, T., Killick, R. C., Xia, B., Gellersen, H-W. G., Sawyer, P., & Crawford, T. J. (2020). A Comparison of post-saccadic oscillations in European-Born and China-Born British University Undergraduates. PLoS ONE, 15(2), [e0229177].

  6. Wilcockson, T., Mardanbegi, D., Sawyer, P. H., Gellersen, H-W. G., Xia, B., & Crawford, T. J. (2019). Oculomotor and inhibitory control in dyslexia. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 12, [66].

  7. Kelly, C., Crawford, T. J., Gowen, E., Richardson, K., & Sünram-Lea, S. I. (2017). A temporary deficiency in self-control: can heightened motivation overcome this effect? Psychophysiology, 54(5), 773-779.

  8. Lunn, J. F., Donovan, T., Litchfield, D., Lewis, C. N., Davies, R. A. I., & Crawford, T. J. (2017). Social attention in children with epilepsy. Brain and Cognition, 113, 76-84.

  9. Lunn, J. F., Donovan, T., Litchfield, D., Lewis, C., Davies, R., & Crawford, T. (2016). Saccadic eye movement abnormalities in children with epilepsy. PLoS ONE, 11(8), [e0160508].

  10. Kelly, C., Sünram-Lea, S-I., & Crawford, T. (2015). The role of motivation, glucose and self-control in the antisaccade task. PLoS ONE, 10(3), [e0122218].

  11. 10. Kelly, C., Sünram-Lea, S-I., & Crawford, T. (2015). The role of motivation, glucose and self-control in the antisaccade task. PLoS ONE, 10(3), [e0122218].

  12. Wolohan, F., Bennett, S., & Crawford, T. (2013). Females and attention to eye gaze: effects of the menstrual cycle. Experimental Brain Research, 227(3), 379-386.

  13. Wolohan, F., & Crawford, T. (2012). The anti-orienting phenomenon revisited: Effects of gaze cues on antisaccade performance. Experimental Brain Research, 221(4), 385-392.

  14. Donovan, T., Crawford, T., & Litchfield, D. (2012). Negative priming for target selection with saccadic eye movements. Experimental Brain Research, 222(4), 483-494.

  15. Crawford, T. J., Parker, E., Solis-Trapala, I., & Mayes, J. (2011). Is the relationship of prosaccade reaction times and antisaccade errors mediated by working memory? Experimental Brain Research, 208(3), 385-397.

  16. Crawford, T. J., Hamm, J. P., Kean, M., Schmechtig, A., Kumari, V., Anilkumar, A. P., & Ettinger, U. (2010). The perception of real and illusory motion in schizophrenia. Neuropsychologia, 48(10), 3121-3127.

  17. Kean, M., & Crawford, T. (2008). Cueing Visual Attention to Spatial Locations With Auditory Cues. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 2(3), 1-13.

  18. Kean, M. R., Crawford, T. J., Hamm, J. P., & Klein, R. M. (2006). The effects of illusory line motion on incongruent saccades: Implications for saccadic eye movements and visual attention. Experimental Brain Research, 173, 498-506.

  19. Crawford, T. J., Higham, S., & Hill, S. (2005). The Inhibitory Effect of Recent Distracter. Vision Research, 45(27), 3365-3378.

  20. Ettinger, U., Antonova, E., Crawford, T. J., Mitterschiffthaler, M. T., Goswani, S., Sharma, T., & Kumari, V. (2005). Structural neural correlates of prosaccade and antisaccade eye movements in healthy humans. NeuroImage, 24(2), 487-494.

  21. Ettinger, U., Kumari, V., Crawford, T. J., Davis, R. E., Sharma, T., & Corr, P. J. (2003). Reliability of smooth pursuit, fixation, and saccadic eye movements. Psychophysiology, 40(4), 620-628.

  22. Ettinger, U., Kumari, V., Chitnis, X. A., Corr, P. J., Sumich, A. L., Rabe-Hesketh, S., Crawford, T. J., & Sharma, T. (2002). Relationship between brain structure and saccadic eye movements in healthy humans. Neuroscience Letters, 328(3), 225-228.

  23. Crawford, T. J. (1996). Transient motion of visual texture delays saccadic eye movements. Acta Psychologica, 92(3), 251-262.

  24. Crawford, T. J. (1993). Attentional Engagement, Disengagement and Preparatory Intervals. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16(3), 574.

  25. Crawford, T. J., & Muller, H. (1992). Spatial and Temporal Effects of Spatial Attention on Human Saccadic Eye Movements. Vision Research, 32(2), 293-304.

  26. Crawford, T. J. (1991). Multi-stepping saccadic sequences in humans. Acta Psychologica, 76(1), 11-29.

  27. Lueck, C. J., Crawford, T. J., Hansen, H. C., & Kennard, C. (1991). Increase in saccadic peak velocity with increased frequency of saccades in man. Vision Research, 31(7-8), 1439-1443.

  28. Lueck, C. J., Crawford, T., Savage, C. J., & Kennard, C. (1990). Auditory-visual interaction in the generation of saccades in man. Experimental Brain Research, 82(1), 149-157.

  29. Crawford, T. J. (1984). The Modification of Saccadic Trajectories. Advances in Psychology, 22(C), 95-102.