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Magnifying Grains of Sand, Seeds and Blades of Grass: Optical Effects in Robert Grosseteste’s De iride – On the Rainbow (c. 1228-30)

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WHITE R. et al, (2020), Isis: international review devoted to the history of science and its cultural influences

Hand-Foot Coupling: An Advantage for Crossed Legs.

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Pearce AM. et al, (2019), Perception, 48, 356 - 359

"17" is odd and "seventeen" is even: Meaning and physical form in stimulus-parity synaesthesia.

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White RC. et al, (2018), Q J Exp Psychol (Hove), 71, 2005 - 2021

Inattentional blindness on the full-attention trial: Are we throwing out the baby with the bathwater?

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White RC. et al, (2018), Conscious Cogn, 59, 64 - 77

Automaticity in Stimulus-Parity Synaesthesia.

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Dumbalska T. et al, (2017), Iperception, 8

Feeling Touch Through Glass: A Modified Rubber Hand Paradigm.

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White RC. et al, (2017), Iperception, 8

Asynchrony in the rubber hand paradigm: Unexpected illusions following stroke.

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White RC. and Aimola Davies AM., (2017), Cortex, 93, 224 - 226

Théodore Flournoy on synesthetic personification.

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Plassart A. and White RC., (2017), J Hist Neurosci, 26, 1 - 14

Two Left Hands, Ten Interlaced Fingers: A New Rubber Hand Illusion.

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White RC. et al, (2016), Perception, 45, 346 - 349

Stimulus-parity synaesthesia (1893, 2014): Introducing a 'forgotten' subtype

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White RC. and Plassart A., (2015), Cortex, 66, 146 - 148

Stimulus-parity synaesthesia versus stimulus-dichotomy synaesthesia: Odd, even or something else?

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White RC. and Plassart A., (2015), Iperception, 6, 45 - 47

The nonvisual illusion of self-touch: Misaligned hands and anatomical implausibility.

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White RC. et al, (2015), Perception, 44, 436 - 445

When you fail to see what you were told to look for: inattentional blindness and task instructions.

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Aimola Davies AM. et al, (2013), Conscious Cogn, 22, 221 - 230

A new method for assessing self-touch enhancement of the foot in stroke patients with mobility problems.

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White RC. and Aimola Davies AM., (2013), Perception, 42, 473 - 476

A sensational illusion: Vision-touch synaesthesia and the rubber hand paradigm

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Aimola Davies AM. and White RC., (2013), Cortex, 49, 806 - 818

Anti-extinction in the tactile modality.

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White RC. and Aimola Davies AM., (2013), Perception, 42, 669 - 671

A Sensational Illusion: Vision-touch synaesthesia and the rubber hand paradigm

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Aimola Davies AM. and White REBEKAH., (2012), Cortex

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