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Publications:  Dr Rachel Bennetts

Bobak AK, Bennetts RJ, Parris BA et al. (2017) . An in-depth cognitive examination of individuals with superior face recognition skills.Cortex vol. 82, Article C, 48-62.
Bobak AK, Parris BA, Gregory NJ et al. (2017) . Eye-movement strategies in developmental prosopagnosia and “super” face recognition.The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology vol. 70, (2) 201-217.
Bennetts RJ, Murray E, Boyce T et al. (2016) . Prevalence of face recognition deficits in middle childhood.Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology1-25.
Bate S, Bennetts R, Mole JA et al. (2015) . Rehabilitation of face-processing skills in an adolescent with prosopagnosia: Evaluation of an online perceptual training programme.Neuropsychological Rehabilitation vol. 25, (5) 733-762.
Bate S, Bennetts R, Parris BA et al. (2015) . Oxytocin increases bias, but not accuracy, in face recognition line-ups.Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience vol. 10, (7) 1010-1014.
Bate S, Bennetts R (2015) . The independence of expression and identity in face-processing: evidence from neuropsychological case studies.Frontiers in Psychology vol. 6,
Bennetts RJ, Butcher N, Lander K et al. (2015) . Movement cues aid face recognition in developmental prosopagnosia.Neuropsychology vol. 29, (6) 855-860.
BENNETTS RJ, Bate S (2015) . The influence of oxytocin on face processing skills.Advances in Oxytocin Research, Editors: Anderson, E, Nova Biomedical (New York),
Bate S, Bennetts RJ (2014) . The rehabilitation of face recognition impairments: a critical review and future directions.Frontiers in Human Neuroscience vol. 8,
Bailey PE, Slessor G, Rendell PG et al. (2014) . Age differences in conscious versus subconscious social perception: The influence of face age and valence on gaze following.Psychology and Aging vol. 29, (3) 491-502.
Bennetts RJ, Kim J, Burke D et al. (2013) . The Movement Advantage in Famous and Unfamiliar Faces: A Comparison of Point-Light Displays and Shape-Normalised Avatar Stimuli.Perception vol. 42, (9) 950-970.
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