Photo of Sajida Ally. Sajida Ally Associate Tutor E: firstname.lastname@example.org · Wendy Ashall Lecturer E: email@example.com T: +44 (0) ext. Anna Franklin, University of Sussex, UK; Dr. Amanda Holmes, University of Roehampton, UK For presentation at a symposium: Shinskey, J. (Convenor). The kings of Mercia did not retain their superiority over Sussex many years ; for Adelwalch,*) and killed him in a battle, in which his ally, Lothaire king of Kent.
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Anna Franklin, University of Sussex, UK; Dr. Amanda Holmes, University of Roehampton, UK For presentation at a symposium: Shinskey, J. (Convenor). Department of Informatics, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QH, UK On highly representation- ally specific tasks, optimal ER selection is crucial. Thispaperextends earlier work (e.g. ) by G. Stapleton, J. Howse, and J. Lee. The latest Tweets from Ally J Sussex (@Ally_BodyByVi).
My main research aim is to investigate the contribution of language, higher cognitive processes and low level perceptual mechanisms to categorisation. My research explores categorisation using behavioural and electrophysiological techniques such as eye-tracking and Event-Related Potentials.
I am particularly interested in the nature and development of colour categories and the role of colour in development. My research has investigated aspects of colour perception in infancy and early childhood such sussex colour preference, colour salience, colour term acquisition and the role of colour in infant object recognition. My work sussex explores the impact of colour on performance in achievement contexts.
These projects constitute an ongoing body of research that has been ally at the Surrey Sussex Labof which I am the current Director. My research also focuses on ally comparisons of colour language and perception, comparing speakers of languages with different colour lexicons to explore the processes involved in colour categorisation.
Grandison, A. The relationship between noun categorisation ally perceptual categorisation: A developmental and cross-linguistic approach. Su Yun Tham, D. A systematic investigation of colour and ally associations. European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool. Pedley, A. Could a red pen really lower maths test scores? An investigation of colour driven cognitive effects.
Almurtaji, Y. The relationship between behavioural problems and academic achievement in Kuwait primary schools. Clifford, A. Memory color in infancy? Abstract published in Perception, S43, The development of colour-object associations. For presentation at a symposium: Shinskey, J.
Picture-mediated learning: from associative to symbolic understanding in the first 5 years. Alvarez, J. Attention modulates hemispheric lateralisation of categorical colour search: An alternative account for 'Lateralised Whorf'. Progress in Colour Studies, Glasgow. Neural correlates of acquired categorical perception of colour. Taylor, C. The relationship between colour-object associations and colour preference: Further sussex of Ecological Valence Theory.
Color language does not affect chromatic thresholds. Using ERPs to investigate visual categorisation in infancy.
Sussex presentation at a symposium: Reid, V. ERP studies with infants - a methodology under review. Newly learned category effects are based on post-perceptual processes. Mere exposure sussex male colour preference, yet female colour preference remains resistant to change.
Franklin, A. Biological components of colour preference are not universal. The time course and neural markers of infant and adult colour categorisation. Drivonikou, G. Category training affects colour discrimination. L Neural markers sussex lateralization of categorization in infancy: the domain of color. For presentation at a symposium: Franklin, A.
Infants' use of color in understanding the physical world. Infant colour categorisation: An ERP study. A neurophysiological approach to colour categorical perception. Neurophysiological evidence of colour categorisation in infancy. Hemispheric asymmetries of colour categorisation in infants. The sussex of categorical perception of colour: Neurophysiological evidence from event-related brain potentials on a visual ally task. Experimental Psychology Section, Plymouth.
Neurophysiological evidence for categorical perception of colour. Abstract published in Perception, S35, Holmes, A. The nature of categorical perception of colour: an ERP study. Visual search for colour in four-month old infants: The effect of linear separability.
Language and categorical perception of colour: developmental and cross-cultural approaches. Abstract published in Perception, S31, Chromatic perceptual learning but sussex category effects without linguistic input. Frontiers in Psychology: Perception Science, 7, Anderson, C. Biggam, C. Hough and C. Colour Studies: A broad spectrum. Amsterdam, NL: Benjamins, pp. He, X. Color categories only affect post-perceptual processes when same- and different-category colors are equally discriminable.
Color preferences are not Universal. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, Neural correlates ally acquired colour category effects. Brain and Cognition, 80, Investigating the underlying mechanisms of categorical perception of colour using the Event-Related Potential technique.
Hough, C. Simmons Eds. Amsterdam, NL, John Benjamins. Category training affects colour discrimination but only in the right visual field. Amsterdam, NL: John Benjamins. Color categories affect pre-attentive color perception. Biological Psychology, 85 Electrophysiological markers of categorical perception of colour in 7-month-old infants.
Brain and Cognition, 71, Brain and Cognition, 69, Lateralization of Categorical Perception of color changes with color term acquisition. Daoutis, C.
Ally effects in children's colour search: a cross-linguistic comparison. British Journal of Developmental Psychology24, Colour term knowledge does not affect categorical perception of colour in toddlers.
You can view details and manage settings at any time on our cookies policy page. Manage settings. About In the ally Research Teaching and supervision Publications. Biography Research interests Research Aims My main research ally is to investigate the contribution of language, higher cognitive processes and low level perceptual mechanisms to categorisation. Research Projects Effects of culture and experience on colour associations Time course and neural markers of categorisation Infant and adult colour perception and cognition The influence of colour on performance in achievement contexts Effect of language on low level perceptual and higher cognitive processes Cross-cultural differences in colour perception and cognition Research Skills Event-Related Potential technique with infants and adults Colour science techniques such as reliable colour measurement Experimental techniques for infancy research including infant and toddler eye-tracking and novelty preference Cross-cultural fieldwork Research collaborations Dr.
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