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Department of Psychology

Staff

Dr Bob Kentridge - all publications

Book review

  • Kentridge, R.W. (2003). Review of B.R. Conway 'Neural mechanisms of color vision'. Perception 32: 641-642.
  • Kentridge, R.W. (2000). In my view, it's a question of wiring. Review of J.E. Dowling 'Creating Mind: How the Brain Works'. Times Higher Educational Supplement May 12th 2000 (number 1,435): 24.
  • Kentridge, R.W. (2000). The feeling of what happens: body, emotion and the making of consciousness. Perception 29: 1397-1398.
  • Kentridge, R.W. (1998). Where d'you get those eyes? Review of N Wade, 'A Natural History of Vision' New Scientist 48: 48.
  • Kentridge, R.W. (1995). Review of J.L. McGaugh, N.M. Weinberger & G. Lynch 'Brain Organization & Memory'. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology B 48: 93-94.
  • Kentridge, R.W. (1995). Review of P. Churchland & T.J. Sejnowski 'The Computational Brain'. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology B 48: 376-377.
  • Kentridge, R.W. (1992). Review of J.L. Davies & H. Eichenbaum Eds. 'Olfaction: A Model System for Computational Neuroscience'. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology B 45: 261-264.

Chapter in book

  • Kentridge, RW & Brogaard, B (2016). The Functional Roles of Attention. In Current Controversies in Philosophy of Perception. Nanay, B New York; Abingdon: Routledge. 139-147.
  • Kentridge, R.W. (2015). Change Blindness. In The International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Wright, J.D. Oxford: Elsevier. 344-349.
  • Kentridge, R.W. (2011). Attention without awareness: A brief review. In Attention: Philosophical and Psychological Essays. Mole, C., Smithies, D. & Wu, W. Oxford Oxford University Press. 228-246
  • Heywood, C.A. & Kentridge, R.W. (2009). Akinetopsia. In The Oxford Companion to Consciousness. Bayne, T., Cleemans, A. & Wilken, P. Oxford Oxford University Press. 24-25
  • Kentridge, R.W. & Heywood, C.A. (2009). Colour: Scientific perspectives. In The Oxford Companion to Consciousness. Bayne, T., Cleermans, A. & Wilken, P. Oxford Oxford University Press. 149-155
  • Kentridge, R.W. (2008). Blindsight. In Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Binder, M.D., Hirokawa, N. & Windhorst, U. Heidelberg Springer-Verlag. 426-429
  • Kentridge, R.W. (2003). Blindsight. In The Encyclopaedia of Cognitive Science (Volume 1). Nadel, L. London Nature Publishing Group. 390-397
  • Kentridge, R.W., Heywood, C.A. & Davidoff, J. (2003). Color perception. In Handbook of brain theory & neural-networks (2nd Edition). Arbib, M.A. Cambridge MA MIT Press. 230-233
  • Kentridge, R.W. & Heywood, C.A. (2001). Attention & alerting: Cognitive processes spared in blindsight. In Out of Mind. Varieties of Unconscious Processing: New Findings & Models. De Gelder, B., De Haan, E. & Heywood, C.A. Oxford Oxford University Press. 163-181
  • Heywood, C.A., Kentridge, R.W. & Cowey, A. (2001). Colour & the cortex: Wavelength processing in cortical achromatopsia. In Out of Mind. Varieties of Unconscious Processing: New Findings & Models. De Gelder, B., De Haan, E. & Heywood, C.A. Oxford Oxford University Press. 52-68
  • Kentridge, R.W., Heywood, C.A. & Weiskrantz, L. (1999). Attending, seeing and knowing in blindsight. In Toward a Science of Consciousness III. Hameroff, S., Chalmers, D. & Kazniak, A. Cambridge MA MIT Press. 149-160
  • Murray, K., Grossman, D. & Kentridge, R.W. (1999). Behavioral Psychology. In The Encyclopaedia of Violence, Peace & Conflict, Volume 1. Kurtz, L. New York Academic Press. 187-195
  • Kentridge, R.W. (1997). Dynamics and computational power in biologically plausible neural newtork models. In Perspectives in Neural Computing. Browne, A. Bristol Institute of Physics Press. 51-71
  • Kentridge, R.W. (1995). Cortical neurocomputation, language and cognition. In Connectionist Models of Memory and Language. Levy, J., Bairaktaris, D., Bullinaria, J. & Cairns, P. London UCL Press. 181-205
  • Kentridge, R.W. (1994). Critical dynamics of neural networks with spatially localised connections. In Neurodynamics and Psychology. Oaksford, M. & Brown, G. London Academic Press. 183-216
  • Kentridge, R.W. (1993). Dissipative structures and self-organizing criticality in neural networks with spatially localized connectivity. In Eeckman, F.H. & Bower, J.M. Boston Kluwer. 531-535
  • Findlay, J.M., Davies, S.P., Kentridge, R.W., Lambert, A.J. & Kelly, J. (1988). Optimum display arrangements for presenting visual reminders. In People and Computers IV. Jones, D.M. & Winder, R. Cambridge Cambridge University Press. 453-464

Edited book

  • Findlay, J.M., Walker, R. & Kentridge, R.W. (1995). Eye movement research: Mechanisms, processes and applications. (Studies in visual information processing. Volume 6.). Amsterdam North-Holland.

Journal Article

Newspaper/Magazine Article

  • Ferguson, M., Neave, N.J., Kentridge, R.W. & Aggleton, J.P. (1993). Do right-handed cricketers live longer? The Cricket Statistician 81: 12-13.