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Hedge, Craig (2021). Qualitative Individual Differences are Useful, but Reliability Should be Assessed and Not Assumed. Journal of Cognition, 4 (1),

Smith, Elizabeth, Sumner, Petroc, Hedge, Craig and Powell, Georgina (2021). Smart speaker devices can improve speech intelligibility in adults with intellectual disability. International journal of language & communication disorders, 56 (3), pp. 583-593.

Hedge, Craig (2021). Strategy and processing speed eclipse individual differences in control ability in conflict tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition , (In Press)

Sillero-Rejon, C, Leonards, U, Munafò, MR, Hedge, C, Hoek, J, Toll, B, Gove, H, Willis, I, Barry, R, Robinson, A and Maynard, OM (2021). Avoidance of tobacco health warnings? An eye-tracking approach. Addiction (Abingdon, England), 116 (1), pp. 126-138.

Hedge, Craig, Powell, Georgina, Bompas, Aline and Sumner, Petroc (2020). Self-reported impulsivity does not predict response caution. Personality and Individual Differences, 167 ,

Hedge, C, Bompas, A and Sumner, P (2020). Task Reliability Considerations in Computational Psychiatry. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 5 (9), pp. 837-839.

Powell, G, Derry-Sumner, H, Shelton, K, Rushton, S, Hedge, C, Rajenderkumar, D and Sumner, P (2020). Visually-induced dizziness is associated with sensitivity and avoidance across all senses. Journal of neurology, 267 , 2260–2271.

Hedge, C, Vivian-Griffiths, S, Powell, G, Bompas, A and Sumner, P (2019). Slow and steady? Strategic adjustments in response caution are moderately reliable and correlate across tasks. Consciousness and Cognition, 75 ,

Hedge, C, Powell, G and Sumner, P (2018). The mapping between transformed reaction time costs and models of processing in aging and cognition. Psychology and aging, 33 (7), pp. 1093-1104.

Hedge, C, Powell, G, Bompas, A, Vivian-Griffiths, S and Sumner, P (2018). Low and variable correlation between reaction time costs and accuracy costs explained by accumulation models: Meta-analysis and simulations. Psychological Bulletin, 144 (11), pp. 1200-1227.

Hedge, C, Powell, G and Sumner, P (2018). The reliability paradox: Why robust cognitive tasks do not produce reliable individual differences. Behavior Research Methods, 50 , 1166–1186.

Campbell, AE, Chambers, CD, Allen, CPG, Hedge, C and Sumner, P (2017). Impairment of manual but not saccadic response inhibition following acute alcohol intoxication. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 181 , pp. 242-254.

Hedge, Craig, Weaver, Ruth and Schnall, Simone (2017). Spatial Learning and Wayfinding in an Immersive Environment: The Digital Fulldome. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 20 (5), pp. 327-333.

Bompas, Aline, Hedge, Craig and Sumner, Petroc (2017). Speeded saccadic and manual visuo-motor decisions:Distinct processes but same principles. Cognitive Psychology, 94 , pp. 26-52.

Hedge, C, Oberauer, K and Leonards, U (2015). Selection in spatial working memory is independent of perceptual selective attention, but they interact in a shared spatial priority map. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics, 77 , pp. 2653-2668.

Hedge, Craig, Stothart, George, Todd Jones, Jenna, Rojas Frías, Priscila, Magee, Kristopher Lundy and Brooks, Jonathan C.W. (2015). A frontal attention mechanism in the visual mismatch negativity. Behavioural Brain Research, 293 , pp. 173-181.

Maynard, Olivia M., Attwood, Angela, O'Brien, Laura, Brooks, Sabrina, Hedge, Craig, Leonards, Ute and Munafò, Marcus R. (2014). Avoidance of cigarette pack health warnings among regular cigarette smokers. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 136 , pp. 170-174.

Hedge, C and Leonards, U (2013). Using eye movements to explore switch costs in working memory. Journal of Vision, 13 (4),

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