Greg J Neil
Greg J Neil
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Who am I? Representing the self offline and in different online contexts
L Emanuel, GJ Neil, C Bevan, DS Fraser, SV Stevenage, MT Whitty, ...
Computers in Human Behavior 41, 146-152, 2014
Comparing machine learning classifiers and linear/logistic regression to explore the relationship between hand dimensions and demographic characteristics
O Miguel-Hurtado, R Guest, SV Stevenage, GJ Neil, S Black
PloS one 11 (11), e0165521, 2016
The effect of distraction on face and voice recognition
SV Stevenage, GJ Neil, J Barlow, A Dyson, C Eaton-Brown, B Parsons
Psychological research 77 (2), 167-175, 2013
Hearing faces and seeing voices: The integration and interaction of face and voice processing
SV Stevenage, GJ Neil
Psychologica Belgica 54 (3), 266-281, 2014
Implicit learning of conjunctive rule sets: An alternative to artificial grammars
GJ Neil, PA Higham
Consciousness and Cognition 21 (3), 1393-1400, 2012
Auditory hindsight bias: Fluency misattribution versus memory reconstruction.
PA Higham, GJ Neil, DM Bernstein
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (6 …, 2017
The relationship between handwritten signature production and personality traits
O Miguel-Hurtado, R Guest, SV Stevenage, GJ Neil
IEEE International Joint Conference on Biometrics, 1-8, 2014
Recognition by association: Within‐and cross‐modality associative priming with faces and voices
SV Stevenage, S Hale, Y Morgan, GJ Neil
British Journal of Psychology 105 (1), 1-16, 2014
When the face fits: Recognition of celebrities from matching and mismatching faces and voices
SV Stevenage, GJ Neil, I Hamlin
Memory 22 (3), 284-294, 2014
Repeated exposure to exemplars does not enhance implicit learning: A puzzle for models of learning and memory
GJ Neil, PA Higham
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 73 (3), 309-329, 2020
A sound effect: E xploration of the distinctiveness advantage in voice recognition
SV Stevenage, GJ Neil, B Parsons, A Humphreys
Applied Cognitive Psychology 32 (5), 526-536, 2018
Biometrics within the superidentity project: a new approach to spanning multiple identity domains
R Guest, O Miguel-Hurtado, SV Stevenage, GJ Neil, S Black
2014 International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), 1-6, 2014
Testing the reliability of hands and ears as biometrics: the importance of viewpoint
SV Stevenage, C Walpole, GJ Neil, SM Black
Psychological research 79 (6), 989-999, 2015
May I speak freely? The difficulty in vocal identity processing across free and scripted speech
SV Stevenage, R Tomlin, GJ Neil, AE Symons
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 45 (1), 149-163, 2021
An assessment of the human performance of iris identification
RM Guest, H He, SV Stevenage, GJ Neil
2013 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security …, 2013
Cyber warfare: A multidisciplinary analysis
D Hodges, S Creese, G Neil, S Stevenage, S Black, H Meadows, ...
Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on 57, 1210-1213, 2013
Can you trust what you hear? Concurrent misinformation affects recall memory and judgments of guilt.
GJ Neil, PA Higham, S Fox
Journal of experimental psychology: general 150 (9), 1741, 2021
Can You Trust What You Hear? Perceptual Misinformation Affects Recall Memory and Judgements of Guilt.
GJ Neil, PA Higham, S Fox
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2019
Don't Trust What You Hear
G Neil, S Fox, PA Higham
Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, 2018
Matching and Mismatching Faces and Voices When the face fits: Recognition of Celebrities from
SV Stevenage, GJ Neil, I Hamlin
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