Items where Author is "Tipples, J"

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Tipples, J and Lupton, M and George, D (2021) Speeding up time: Hierarchical Bayesian drift diffusion modelling evidence for accelerating temporal accumulation. Timing and Time Perception, 9 (4). pp. 393-416. ISSN 2213-445X DOI:

Tipples, J and Lupton, M and George, D (2021) The Effects of Time Pressure on Temporal Overestimation Due to Threat. Timing and Time Perception. ISSN 2213-445X DOI:

Tipples, J and Dodd, M and Grubaugh, J and Kingstone, A (2019) Verbal Descriptions of Cue Direction Affect Object Desirability. Frontiers in Psychology, 10. p. 471. ISSN 1664-1078 DOI:

Tipples, J (2018) Increased temporal sensitivity for threat: A Bayesian generalized linear mixed modeling approach. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. ISSN 1943-393X DOI:

Tipples, J (2018) Recognising and reacting to angry and happy facial expressions: a diffusion model analysis. Psychological Research. pp. 1-11. ISSN 1430-2772 DOI:

Tipples, J (2018) Increased Frustration Predicts the Experience of Time Slowing-Down: Evidence from an Experience Sampling Study. Timing and Time Perception, 6 (2). pp. 220-230. ISSN 2213-445X DOI:

Tipples, J and Pecchinenda, A (2018) A closer look at the size of the gaze-liking effect: a preregistered replication. Cognition and Emotion, 33 (3). pp. 623-629. ISSN 0269-9931 DOI:

Tipples, J (2017) Caution Follows Fear: Evidence from Hierarchical Drift Diffusion Modelling. Emotion. ISSN 1528-3542 DOI:

Cheng, RK and Tipples, J and Narayanan, NS and Meck, WH (2016) Clock Speed as a Window into Dopaminergic Control of Emotion and Time Perception. Timing and Time Perception, 4 (1). pp. 99-122. ISSN 2213-445X DOI:

Tipples, J (2015) Rapid temporal accumulation in spider fear: Evidence from hierarchical drift diffusion modelling. Emotion, 15 (6). pp. 742-751. ISSN 1931-1516 DOI:

Tipples, J and Brattan, V and Johnston, P (2015) Facial Emotion Modulates the Neural Mechanisms Responsible for Short Interval Time Perception. Brain Topography, 28 (1). pp. 104-112. ISSN 1573-6792 DOI:

Tipples, J and Brattan, V and Johnston, P (2013) Neural bases for individual differences in the subjective experience of short durations (less than 2 seconds). PLoS One, 8 (1). ISSN 1932-6203 DOI:

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