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Selective cognitive impairment during focal and generalized epileptiform EEG activity
JHP Aarts, CD Binnie, AM Smit, AJ Wilkins
Brain 107 (1), 293-308, 1984
6871984
Visual stress
AJ Wilkins
OUP Oxford, 1995
4631995
Photic‐and pattern‐induced seizures: a review for the Epilepsy Foundation of America Working Group
RS Fisher, G Harding, G Erba, GL Barkley, A Wilkins
Epilepsia 46 (9), 1426-1441, 2005
4402005
A neurological basis for visual discomfort
A Wilkins, IAN Nimmo-Smith, A Tait, C Mcmanus, SD Sala, A Tilley, ...
Brain 107 (4), 989-1017, 1984
4231984
LED lighting flicker and potential health concerns: IEEE standard PAR1789 update
A Wilkins, J Veitch, B Lehman
2010 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition, 171-178, 2010
3972010
Fluorescent lighting, headaches and eyestrain
AJ Wilkins, I Nimmo-Smith, AI Slater, L Bedocs
Lighting Research & Technology 21 (1), 11-18, 1989
3641989
Lighting and discomfort in the classroom
M Winterbottom, A Wilkins
Journal of environmental psychology 29 (1), 63-75, 2009
3542009
Remembering to do things: A theoretical framework and an illustrative experiment
JE Harris, AJ Wilkins
Human Learning 1 (2), 123-136, 1982
3051982
Conjoint frequency, category size, and categorization time
AJ Wilkins
Journal of verbal learning and verbal behavior 10 (4), 382-385, 1971
2471971
Rate of Reading TestŪ: its reliability, and its validity in the assessment of the effects of coloured overlays
AJ Wilkins, RJ Jeanes, PD Pumfrey, M Laskier
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 16 (6), 491-497, 1996
2451996
Double‐masked placebo‐controlled trial of precision spectral filters in children who use coloured overlays
AJ Wilkins, BJW Evans, JA Brown, AE Busby, AE Wingfield, RJ Jeanes, ...
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 14 (4), 365-370, 1994
2201994
Reading through colour
AJ Wilkins
How Coloured Filters Can Reduce Reading Difficulty, Eye Strain, and Headaches, 2003
2132003
Interactions of epileptiform EEG discharges and cognition
CD Binnie, DGAKN Trenite, AM Smit, AJ Wilkins
Epilepsy research 1 (4), 239-245, 1987
2121987
What brings intentions to mind? An in situ study of prospective memory
AJ Sellen, G Louie, JE Harris, AJ Wilkins
Memory 5 (4), 483-507, 1997
2091997
REMEMBERING TO RECALL IN EVERYDAY LIFE-APPROACH TO ABSENT-MINDEDNESS
AJ Wilkins, AD Baddeley
BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY 32 (MAR), 112-112, 1979
2021979
Impaired contrast sensitivity in diabetic patients with and without retinopathy: a new technique for rapid assessment.
S Della Sala, G Bertoni, L Somazzi, F Stubbe, AJ Wilkins
British journal of ophthalmology 69 (2), 136-142, 1985
1911985
fMRI evidence that precision ophthalmic tints reduce cortical hyperactivation in migraine
J Huang, X Zong, A Wilkins, B Jenkins, A Bozoki, Y Cao
Cephalalgia 31 (8), 925-936, 2011
1782011
Uncomfortable images in art and nature
D Fernandez, AJ Wilkins
Perception 37 (7), 1098-1113, 2008
1702008
Coloured overlays and their benefit for reading
A Wilkins, E Lewis, F Smith, E Rowland, W Tweedie
Journal of research in reading 24 (1), 41-64, 2001
1702001
Prolonged use of coloured overlays for classroom reading
R Jeanes, A Busby, J Martin, E Lewis, N Stevenson, D Pointon, A Wilkins
British Journal of Psychology 88 (4), 541-548, 1997
1691997
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