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Journal Articles

40. Bowler, J. O., Bartholomew, K. J., Kellar, I., Mackintosh, B., Hoppitt, L., & Bayliss, A. P. (2017). Attentional bias modification for acute experimental pain: A randomized controlled trial of retraining early versus later attention on pain severity, threshold and tolerance. European Journal of Pain, 21(1), 112-124.

39. Constable, M.D.,  Bayliss, A.P., Tipper, S.P., Spaniol, A.P., Pratt, J., & Welsh, T.N. (2016) Ownership status influences the degree of joint facilitatory behaviorPsychological Science, 27(10), 1371-1378

38. Remington, A., Parsons, O. E., & Bayliss, A. P. (2016). Attentional Priority for Special Interests in Autism and Neurotypical Passions. International Journal of Psychology, 51, 420.

37. Howard, E. E., Edwards, S. G., & Bayliss, A. P. (2016). Physical and mental effort disrupts the implicit sense of agency. Cognition, 157, 114-125.

36. Capozzi, F., Becchio, C., Willemse, C., & Bayliss, A. P. (2016). Followers are not followed: Observed group interactions modulate subsequent social attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 145(5), 531.

35. Bayliss, A. P., Tipper, S. P., Wakeley, J., Cowen, P. J., & Rogers, R. D. (2016). Vulnerability to depression is associated with a failure to acquire implicit social appraisals. Cognition and Emotion, 1-9.

34. Ricciardelli, P., Bayliss, A. P., & Actis-Grosso, R. (2016). Editorial: Reading faces and bodies: behavioral and neural processes underlying the understanding of, and interaction with, others. Frontiers in Psychology, 7.

33. Joyce, K., Schenke, K., Bayliss, A. P., & Bach, P. (2015). Looking ahead: anticipatory shifts of attention to objects other people will look at. Cognitive neuroscience 7 (1-4), 74-81.

32. Dalmaso, M., Edwards, S. G., & Bayliss, A. P. (2016). Re-encountering individuals who previously engaged in joint gaze modulates subsequent gaze cueing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 42(2), 271.

31. Edwards, S. G., Stephenson, L. J., Dalmaso, M., & Bayliss, A. P. (2015). Social orienting in gaze leading: A mechanism for shared attention. Proceedings of the Royal Society: B. 282 (1812), 20151141.

30. Capozzi, F., Bayliss, A. P., Elena, M. R. & Becchio, C. (2015). One is not enough: Group size modulates social gaze-induced object desirability effects. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 22, 850-855. doi: 10.3758/s13423-014-0717-z

29. Constable, M. D., Kritikos, A., Lipp, O. V. & Bayliss, A. P. (2014). Object ownership and action: The influence of social context and choice on the physical manipulation of personal property.  Experimental Brain Research, 232(12), 3749-3761. doi: 10.1007/s00221-014-4063-1

28. Manera, V., Elena, M. R., Bayliss, A. P. & Becchio, C. (2014). When seeing is more than looking: Intentional gaze processing modulates object desirability. Emotion, 14(4), 824-832. doi: 10.1037/a0036258

27. Rogers, R.D., Bayliss, A. P., Szepietowska, A., Dale, A., Reeder, L. Pizzamiglio, G., Czarna, K., Cowen, P. J. & Tipper, S. P. (2014). I want to help you, but I am not sure why: Gaze cueing induces altruistic givingJournal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143(2), 763-777.

26. Schneider, D., Slaughter, V., Bayliss, A. P. & Dux, P. E. (2013). A temporally sustained implicit theory of mind deficit in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Cognition, 129(2), 410-417.

25. Bayliss, A. P. Murphy, E., Naughtin, C. K., Kritikos, A., Schilbach, L. & Becker, S. I. (2013).‘Gaze leading’: Initiating simulated joint attention influences eye movements and choice behaviour. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142(1), 76-92.

24. *Constable, M. D., *Bayliss, A. P., Tipper, S. P & Kritikos, A. (2013). Self-generated cognitive fluency as an alternative route to preference formationConsciousness & Cognition, 22(1), 47-52.

23.Bayliss, A. P., Naughtin, C. K., Lipp, O. V., Kritikos, A. & Dux, P. E. (2012). ‘Make a lasting impression The neural consequences of re-encountering people who emote inappropriately’Psychophysiology, 49(12), 1571-1578.

22. Schneider, D., Lam, R. Bayliss, A. P., & Dux, P. E. (2012). Cognitive load disrupts theory of mind processingPsychological Science, 23(8), 842-847.

21. Schneider, D., Bayliss, A. P., Becker, S. & Dux, P. E. (2012). Eye movements reveal sustained implicit processing of others’ beliefsJournal of Experimental Psychology: General, 141(3), 433-438.

20. Kritikos, A., Taggart, L., Painter, D. R. & Bayliss, A. P. (2012). Something in the way she moves me: Morphology and motion of observed goal-directed and pantomimed actionsAttention, Perception & Psychophysics, 74(1), 36-42.

19. Kritikos, A., Dozo, N., Painter, D. R., & Bayliss, A. P. (2012). Mountain high, valley low: The influence of articulation on reach trajectoriesQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65(1), 39-54.

18. Bayliss, A. P. & Kritikos, A. (2011). The autism-spectrum and perceptual load: Individual differences in the typically developed populationJournal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 41, 1573-1578. 

17. Bayliss, A. P., Bartlett, J. Naughtin, C. K. & Kritikos, A. (2011). A direct link between gaze perception and social attentionJournal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37(4), 634-644.

16. Constable, M. D., Kritikos, A. & Bayliss, A. P. (2011). Grasping the concept of personal propertyCognition, 119(3), 430-437.

15. Bach, P., Bayliss, A. P., & Tipper, S. P. (2011). The predictive mirror: Interactions of mirror and affordance processes during action observation Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18(1), 171-176. 

14. Bayliss, A. P., Schuch, S. E., & Tipper, S. P. (2010). Gaze cueing elicited by emotional faces is modulated by emotional contextVisual Cognition, 18(8), 1214-1232.

13. Schuch, S. E. Bayliss, A. P., Klein, C. & Tipper, S. P. (2010). Attention modulates motor system activation during action observation: Evidence for inhibitory reboundExperimental Brain Research, 205(2), 235-249.

12. Bayliss, A. P.., Griffiths, D. & Tipper, S. P. (2009). Predictive gaze cues affect face evaluations: The effect of facial emotionEuropean Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 21(7), 1072-1084.

11. Bayliss, A. P., Frischen, A., Fenske, M. J., & Tipper, S. P. (2007). Affective evaluations of objects are influenced by observed gaze direction and emotional expressionCognition, 104(3), 644-653.

10. Frischen, A., Bayliss, A. P., & Tipper, S. P. (2007). Gaze-cueing of attention: Visual attention, social cognition and individual differencesPsychological Bulletin, 133(4), 694-724. 

9. Bayliss, A. P. (2007). Mixed signals: Stimulus-response compatibility and car indicator lights configurationApplied Cognitive Psychology, 21(5), 669-676.

8. Bayliss, A. P., Paul, M. A., Cannon, P. R., & Tipper, S. P., (2006). Gaze cueing and affective judgments of objects: I like what you look atPsychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13(6), 1061-1066.

7. Bayliss, A. P. & Tipper, S. P. (2006). Predictive gaze cues and personality judgements: Should eye trust you?Psychological Science, 17(6), 514-520.

6. Bayliss, A. P. & Tipper, S. P. (2006) Gaze cues evoke both spatial and object-centred shifts of attention.Perception and Psychophysics, 68(2), 310-318.

5. Bayliss, A. P., di Pellegrino, G. & Tipper, S. P. (2005). Sex differences in eye gaze and symbolic cueing of attention. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 58A(4), 631-650.

4. Bayliss, A. P. & Tipper, S. P. (2005). Gaze and arrow cueing of attention reveals individual differences along the autism-spectrum as a function of target contextBritish Journal of Psychology, 96(1), 95-114.

3. Bayliss, A. P., di Pellegrino, G. & Tipper, S. P. (2004). Orienting of attention via observed eye-gaze is head-centredCognition 94(1), B1-B10.

Book Chapter

2. Tipper, S. P. & Bayliss, A. P. (2011). The impact of social gaze perception on attention. In A. J. Calder, G. Rhodes, J. V. Haxby, M. H. Johnson (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Face Perception (pp551-570). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Book Review

  1. Bayliss, A. P. (2011). [Review of the book: The social psychology of visual perception, Balcetis, E. & Lassiter, G. D. (Eds.) Psychology Press, New York, NY.]. Perception, 40(1), 128-130.