Jonathan Flavell
Jonathan Flavell
Research Associate, University of York
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A probabilistic MR atlas of the human cerebellum
J Diedrichsen, JH Balsters, J Flavell, E Cussans, N Ramnani
Neuroimage 46 (1), 39-46, 2009
Preference for illusory contours: Beyond object symmetry, familiarity, and nameability.
JC Flavell, SP Tipper, H Over
Emotion 18 (5), 736, 2018
Motion fluency and object preference: Robust perceptual but fragile memory effects.
JC Flavell, B McKean, SP Tipper, AJ Kirkham, T Vestner, H Over
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (9), 1569, 2019
An investigation into the directional and amplitude aspects of an internal model of gravity
JC Flavell
Manchester Metropolitan University, 2014
Competing for affection: Perceptual fluency and ambiguity solution.
JC Flavell, H Over, SP Tipper
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 46 (3), 231, 2020
Vision and Visual History in Elite/Near-Elite-Level Cricketers and Rugby-League Players
BT Barrett, JC Flavell, SJ Bennett, AG Cruickshank, A Mankowska, ...
Sports medicine-open 3 (1), 1-11, 2017
Temporal estimation in prediction motion tasks is biased by a moving destination
JC Flavell, BT Barrett, JG Buckley, JM Harris, AJ Scally, NB Beebe, ...
Journal of vision 18 (2), 5-5, 2018
Group membership and racial bias modulate the temporal estimation of in-group/out-group body movements
V Cazzato, S Makris, JC Flavell, CM Vicario
Experimental brain research 236 (8), 2427-2437, 2018
No convincing evidence outgroups are denied uniquely human characteristics: Distinguishing intergroup preference from trait-based dehumanization
FE Enock, JC Flavell, SP Tipper, H Over
Cognition 212, 104682, 2021
Culturally learned first impressions occur rapidly and automatically and emerge early in development
A Eggleston, JC Flavell, SP Tipper, R Cook, H Over
Developmental Science 24 (2), e13021, 2021
Motion fluency effects on object preference is limited to learned context
JC Flavell, B McKean
PloS one 15 (12), e0244110, 2020
Three minutes to change preferences: perceptual fluency and response inhibition
B McKean, JC Flavell, H Over, SP Tipper
Royal Society open science 7 (10), 200766, 2020
Faster visual reaction times in elite athletes are not linked to better gaze stability
BT Barrett, AG Cruickshank, JC Flavell, SJ Bennett, JG Buckley, JM Harris, ...
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-9, 2020
Remembered Together: Recognition accuracy for visual features of interacting partners is enhanced in the presence of outgroup distractors, but decreased in the presence of …
T Vestner, JC Flavell, R Cook, SP Tipper
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 152-152, 2019
Performance in Prediction Motion: The Effects of Colliding Targets and No Influence of Sports Participation
JC Flavell, NB Beebe, JG Buckley, JM Harris, AJ Scally, SJ Bennett, ...
PERCEPTION 46 (2), 225-226, 2017
Reaction times in elite athletes and the influence of saccades
BT Barrett, JM Harris, JG Buckley, SJ Bennett, J Flavell, NC Beebe, ...
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 57 (12), 201-201, 2016
Relationship between reaction time and ball catching in vision-restricted conditions in elite sportspeople
AG Cruickshank, JC Flavell, NC Beebe, JG Buckley, SJ Bennett, ...
PERCEPTION 44, 244-244, 2015
Visuo-motor delay in fast and slow ball sports
N Beebe, J Flavell, A Cruickshank, S Bennett, J Buckley, J Harris, ...
PERCEPTION 44, 248-248, 2015
Applied Vision Association Christmas Meeting, London, UK 16 December 2014
A Cruikshank, J Harris, J Buckley, S Bennett, J Flavell
Perception 44, 455-469, 2015
A visual test battery: Comparing elite cricketers and non-cricketers
A Cruikshank, J Harris, J Buckley, S Bennett, J Flavell, N Beebe, B Barrett
PERCEPTION 44 (4), 455-456, 2015
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