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Wessa, Patrick and Holliday, Ian E. (2012). Does reviewing lead to better learning and decision making? Answers from a randomized stock market experiment. PLoS ONE, 7 (5),

Nevado, Angel, Hadjipapas, Avgis, Kinsey, Kristofer, Moratti, Stephan, Barnes, Gareth R., Holliday, Ian E. and Green, Gary G. (2012). Estimation of functional connectivity from electromagnetic signals and the amount of empirical data required. Neuroscience Letters, 513 (1), pp. 57-61.

Holliday, Ian E., Longe, Olivia A., Thai, N. Jade, Hancock, Peter J.B. and Tovée, Martin J. (2011). BMI not WHR modulates BOLD fMRI responses in a sub-cortical reward network when participants judge the attractiveness of human female bodies. PLoS ONE, 6 (11),

Perry, Gavin, Adjamian, Peyman, Thai, Ngoc J., Holliday, Ian E., Hillebrand, Arjan and Barnes, Gareth R. (2011). Retinotopic mapping of the primary visual cortex - a challenge for MEG imaging of the human cortex. European Journal of Neuroscience, 34 (4), pp. 652-661.

Kinsey, K., Anderson, S.J., Hadjipapas, A. and Holliday, I.E. (2011). The role of oscillatory brain activity in object processing and figure-ground segmentation in human vision. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 79 (3), pp. 392-400.

Wessa, Patrick, De Rycker, Antoon and Holliday, Ian E. (2011). Content-based VLE designs improve learning efficiency in constructivist statistics education. PLoS ONE, 6 (10),

Wessa, Patrick, Holliday, I. and Reddy, Peter (2011). A new learning environment based on reproducible ubiquitous computing:experiences and prospects. Ubiquitous Learning, 3 , pp. 179-196.

Cornelissen, Piers L., Kringelbach, Morten L., Ellis, Andrew W., Whitney, Carol, Holliday, Ian E. and Hansen, Peter C. (2009). Activation of the left inferior frontal gyrus in the first 200 ms of reading:evidence from magnetoencephalography (MEG). PLoS ONE, 4 (4),

Holliday, Ian E. and Meese, Timothy S. (2008). Optic flow in human vision: MEG reveals a foveo-fugal bias in V1, specialization for spiral space in hMSTs, and global motion sensitivity in the IPS. Journal of Vision, 8 (10),

Adjamian, Peyman, Hadjipapas, Avgis, Barnes, Gareth R., Hillebrand, Arjan and Holliday, Ian E. (2008). Induced gamma activity in primary visual cortex is related to luminance and not color contrast: an MEG study. Journal of Vision, 8 (7), pp. 1-7.

Kringelbach, Morten L., Lehtonen, Annukka, Squire, Sarah, Harvey, Allison G., Craske, Michelle G., Holliday, Ian E., Green, Alexander L., Aziz, Tipu Z., Hansen, Peter C., Cornelissen, Piers L. and Stein, Alan (2008). A specific and rapid neural signature for parental instinct. PLoS ONE, 3 (2),

Kringelbach, Morten L., Jenkinson, Ned, Green, Alexander L., Owen, Sarah L. F., Hansen, Peter C., Cornelissen, Piers L., Holliday, Ian E., Stein, John and Aziz, Tipu Z. (2007). Deep brain stimulation for chronic pain investigated with magnetoencephalography. NeuroReport, 18 (3), pp. 223-228.

Fisher, Alison E., Barnes, Gareth R., Hillebrand, Arjan, Burrow, Caroline, Furlong, Paul L. and Holliday, Ian E. (2004). Can you tell your clunis from your cubitus? A benchmark for functional imaging. BMJ, 329 (7480), pp. 1492-1493.

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