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Rogers, C., Rushton, S. K. & Warren, P. (2017). Peripheral visual cues contribute to the perception of object movement during self-movement.i-Perception. [IN PRESS]

Rushton, S. K., Niehorster, D. C., Warren, P. A. & Li, L. (2017). The primary role of flow processing in the identification of scene-relative object movement.The Journal of Neuroscience. [IN PRESS]

Champion, R. & Warren, P. A. (2017). Contrast effects on speed perception for linear and radial motion. Vision Research. [IN PRESS]

Warren, P. A., Gostoli, U., Farmer, G., El-Deredy, W. & Hahn, U. (2017). A re-examination of “bias” in human randomness perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. [IN PRESS]

Jachim, S., Gowen, E. & Warren, P. A. (2017). Individual differences in the dynamics of collinear facilitation? Vision Research. DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2016.12.016.

Farmer, G. D., Warren, P. A. & Hahn, U. (2017). Who "believes" in the Gambler's Fallacy and why? Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. DOI: 10.1037/xge0000245 10.1037/xge0000245

Poole, D., Poliakoff, E., Gowen, E., Couth, S., Champion, R. & Warren, P. A. (2017). Similarities in Autistic and Neurotypical visual-haptic perception when making judgements about conflicting sensory stimuli. Multisensory Research. DOI: 10.1163/22134808-00002551.


Farmer, G. Warren, P. A. El-Deredy, W. & Howes, A. (2016). The Effect of Expected Value on Attraction Effect Preference Reversals. Journal of Behavioural Decision Making. DOI: 10.1002/bdm.2001.

Poole, D., Gowen, E., Warren, P. A. & Poliakoff, E. (2016). Which came first? Exploring crossmodal temporal order judgements and their relationship with sensory reactivity in autism and neurotypicals. Journal of Autism & Deveopmental Disorders, 47. DOI: 10.1007/s10803-016-2925-z

Howes, A., Warren, P. A. Farmer, G. D., El-Deredy, W., Lewis, R. L. (2016). Why contextual preference reversals maximise expected value. Psychological Review, 123, 4, 368-391. DOI: 10.1037/a0039996


Farmer, G. D., El-Deredy, W., Howes, A. & Warren, P. A. (2015). The attraction effect in motor planning decisions. Judgement and Decision Making, 10, 503-310.

Poole, D., Couth, S.,Gowen, E., Warren, P. A., Poliakoff, E. (2015). Adapting the crossmodal congruency task for measuring the limits of visual-tactile interactions within and between groups. Multisensory Research, 18, 227–244

Jachim. S., Warren, P. A., McLoughlin, N., Gowen, E. (2015). Collinear facilitation and contour integration in autism: evidence for atypical visual integration. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, 115.

Poole, D., Gowen, E., Warren, P. A., Poliakoff, E. (2015). Investigating visual-tactile interactions over time and space in adults with autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 45, 10.


Warren, P. A., Gostoli, U., Farmer, G., Boyle, M., El-Deredy, W., Howes, A. & Hahn, U. (2014). Assessing the “bias” in human randomness perception.(2014). In Bello, P. Guarani, M. McShane, M. Scassellati, B. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. 3072-3077.

Jarvstad, A., Hahn, U., Warren, P. A. and Rushton, S. K. (2014). Are perceptuo-motor decisions really more optimal than cognitive decisions?. Cognition, 130(3), 397-416.


Jarvstad, A., Hahn, U., Rushton, S. K. & Warren, P. A. (2013). Perceptuo-motor, cognitive, and description-based decision-making seem equally good. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 110, 16271–16276.

Foulkes A. J., Rushton S. K. and Warren P. A. (2013). Flow parsing and heading perception show similar dependence on quality and quantity of optic flow. Frontiers in Behavioural Neuroscience, 7(49), 1-10.

Foulkes A. J., Rushton S. K. and Warren P. A. (2013). Heading recovery from optic flow: comparing performance of humans and computational models. Frontiers in Behavioural Neuroscience, 7(53), 1-20.


Warren, P. A., Rushton, S. K. & Foulkes, A. J. (2012). Does flow parsing depend on a prior estimate of heading? Journal of Vision, 12(11):8, 1-14.

Warren, P. A., Graf, E. W., Maloney, L. T. & Champion, R. (2012). Visual extrapolation under risk: Humans estimate and compensate for exogenous uncertainty. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B. Biological Sciences, 279, 2171-2179.

Jarvstad, A., Rushton, S. K., Hahn, U. & Warren, P. A. (2012). Knowing when to move on: Cognitive and perceptual decisions in time. Psychological Science, 23, 589-597.


Freeman, T. C. A., Champion, R. A. & Warren, P. A. (2010). A Bayesian model of perceived head-centred velocity during smooth pursuit eye movement. Current Biology, 20, 757-762.

Champion, R. A. & Warren, P. A. (2010). Ground plane influences on rapid visual search. Vision Research, 50, 1510-1518.

Hahn, U. & Warren, P. A. (2010). Why three heads are better than four: A reply to Sun, Tweney & Wang (2009). Psychological Review, 117, 706-711.

Warren, P. A. & Mamassian, P. (2010). Recovery of surface pose from texture orientation statistics under perspective projection. Biological Cybernetics, 103, 199-212.

Hahn, U. & Warren, P. A. (2010). Why three heads are a better bet than four: A Reply to Sun, Tweney and Wang (2010). Psychological Review, 117, 706-711.


Warren, P. A. & Rushton, S. K. (2009). Optic flow processing for the assessment of object movement during ego movement. Current Biology. 19, 1555-1560.

Warren, P. A. & Rushton, S. K. (2009). Perception of scene-relative object movement: Optic flow parsing and the contribution of monocular depth cues. Vision Research. 49, 1406-1419.

Hahn, U. & Warren P. A. (2009). Perceptions of randomness: why three heads are better than four. Psychological Review, 116, 454-461.


Warren, P. A. & Rushton, S.K. (2008). Evidence for flow-parsing in radial flow displays. Vision Research, 48, 655-663.

Champion, R. A. & Warren, P. A. (2008). Rapid size scaling in visual search. Vision Research, 48, 1820-1830.

Warren, P. A. & Rushton, S.K. (2007). Perception of object trajectory: Parsing retinal motion into self and object movement components. Journal of Vision, 7, 1-11.

Rushton, S. K., Bradshaw, M. & Warren, P. A. (2007). The pop out of scene relative object movement against retinal motion due to self-movement. Cognition, 105, 237-245.

Graf, E. W., Warren, P. A. & Maloney, L. T. (2005). Explicit estimation of visual uncertainty in human motion processing. Vision Research, 45, 3050-3059.

Rushton, S. K. & Warren, P. A. (2005). Moving observers, relative retinal motion and the detection of object movement. Current Biology, 15, R542-3.

Rushton, S. K. & Warren, P. A. (2005). Perception of object movement during self-movement. In Rogowitz, B. E., Pappas, T. N., Daly, S. J., (Eds.) Human vision and Electronic Imaging: Proceedings of the 17th Annual Symposium of the SPIE, 473-480.

Warren, P. A., Porrill, J. & Dean, P. (2004). Consistency of Listing’s law and reciprocal innervation with pseudo-inverse control of eye position in 3-D. Biological Cybernetics, 91, 1-9.

Warren, P. A., Maloney, L. T. & Landy, M. S. (2004). Influence functions for 3D visual interpolation: a perturbation analysis. Vision Research, 44, 815-832.

Warren, P. A., Maloney, L. T. & Landy, M. S. (2002). Interpolating sampled contours in 3-D: Analyses of variability and bias. Vision Research, 42, 2431-2446.

Porrill, J., Warren, P. A., & Dean, P. (2000). A simple control law generates Listing’s positions in a detailed model of the extraocular muscle system. Vision Research, 40, 3743-3758.

Dean, P., Porrill J. & Warren P. A. (1999). Optimality of position commands to horizontal eye muscles: A test of the minimum norm rule. Journal of Neurophysiology, 81, 735-757.