Principal Investigator

A / Prof Derek H. Arnold

School of Psychology
McEllwain Bld
The University of Queensland
St. Lucia, Qld, Australia, 4072


Email: d.arnold@psy.uq.edu.au























JOURNAL ARTICLES




Gallagher, R., Suddendorf, T. & Arnold, D.H. (2019). Confidence as a diagnostic tool for perceptual aftereffects. Scientific Reports 9: 7124.





Arnold, D.H., Petrie, K., Murray, C. & Johnston, A. (2019). Suboptimal human multisensory cue combination. Scientific Reports 9: 5155.





McIntyre, M.E. & Arnold, D.H. (2018). Synchronous and asynchronous perceptual bindings of colour and motion following identical stimulations. Vision Research 146-147: 41-47.





Adie, J.M. & Arnold, D.H. (2017). Pink cricket balls through rose-tinted glasses: Enhancing interceptive timing. i-Perception 8: 2041669517743991.





Yarrow, K., Martin, S.E. Di Costa, S., Solomon, J.A., & Arnold, D.H. (2016). A roving dual-presentation simultaneity-judgment task to estimate the point of subjective simultaneity. Frontiers in Psychology 7: 416.





Adie, J.M. & Arnold, D.H. (2017). Why pink cricket balls may be visually challenging at sunset. i-Perception 8: 28203351.





Ball, D.M., Arnold, D.H., & Yarrow, K. (2017). Weighted integration suggests that visual and tactile signals provide independent estimates about duration. J Exp Psychology: Human Perception & Performance 43: 868 – 880.





Arnold, D.H., Williams, J.D., Phipps, N.E., & Goodale, M,A. (2016). Sharpening vision by adapting to flicker. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 113: 12556 – 12561.





Cronin, S.L., Spence, M.L., Miller, P.A., & Arnold, D.H. (2017). Bi-directional gender face aftereffects: Evidence against normative facial coding. Perception 46: 119 - 138.





Storrs, K. & Arnold, D.H. (2017) Shape adaptation exaggerates shape differences. J Exp Psychology: Human Perception & Performance 43: 181 - 191.





Arnold, D.H. & Yuen, V. (2016). What is learnt when learning to point at ‘invisible’ targets? Journal of Vision 16: 1 – 9.





Arnold, D.H., Petrie, K. & Johnston, A. (2017). Foveal Motion Standstill. Vision Research 134: 1 – 6.





Spence, M., Dux, P. & Arnold, D.H. (2016). Computations Underlying Confidence in Visual Perception. J Exp Psychology: Human Perception & Performance 42: 671 – 682.





Keane, B., Spence, M., Yarrow, K. & Arnold, D.H. (2015). Perceptual confidence demonstrates trial-by-trial insight into the precision of audio-visual timing perception. Consciousness & Cognition 38: 107 – 117.





Miller, P., Wallis, G, Bex, P. & Arnold, D.H. (2015). Reducing the size of the human physiological blindspot. Current Biology 25: R747-R748.





Yarrow, K., Minaei, S. & Arnold, D.H. (2015). A model-based comparison of three theories of audiovisual temporal recalibration. Cognitive Psychology 83: 54 – 76.





Arnold, D.H., Petrie, K. Gallagher, R.M. & Yarrow, K. (2015). An object-centered aftereffect of a latent material property: A squishiness visual aftereffect, not causality adaptation. Journal of Vision 15(9): 4, 1 – 9.





Storrs, K. & Arnold, D.H. (2015). Face aftereffects involve local repulsion, not re-normalisation. Journal of Vision 15(8): 1, 1 – 18.





Storrs, K. & Arnold, D.H. (2015). Evidence for tilt normalization can be explained by anisotropic orientation sensitivity. Journal of Vision 15(8): 1, 1 – 18.





Miller, P. & Arnold, D.H. (2015). Malleable temporal integration of positional information for moving objects. J Exp Psychology: Human Perception & Performance 41: 623 – 630.





Gallagher, R. & Arnold, D.H. (2014). Interpreting the temporal dynamics of perceptual rivalries. Perception 43: 1239 - 1248.





Lipp, O.V., Kempnich, C., Jee, S.H. & Arnold, D.H. (2014). Fear conditioning to subliminal fear relevant and non fear relevant stimuli. PLoS One 9: e99332.





Spence, L. & Arnold, D.H. (2014). Why the Long Face? The importance of vertical image structure for biological ‘barcodes’ underlying face recognition. Journal of Vision 18(8): 24, 1 - 12.





Arnold, D.H., Pearce, S.L. & Marinovic, W. (2014). Illusory motion reversals and feature tracking analyses of movement. J Exp Psychology: Human Perception & Performance 40: 938 – 947.





Pearce, S. & Arnold, D.H. (2013). Facial coding is disrupted at equiluminance. Perception 42: 835 - 848.





Marinovic, W. & Arnold, D.H. (2013). Motion deblurring in human vision results in an illusory distortion of moving form. Vision Research 88: 47 - 54.




Marinovic, W., Pearce, S. & Arnold, D.H. (2013). Attentional tracking acuity is modulated by illusory changes in perceived speed. Psychological Science 24: 174 - 180.




Storrs, K. & Arnold, D.H. (2013). Shape aftereffects reflect shape constancy operations: Appearance matters. J Exp Psychology: Human Perception & Performance39: 616 - 622.





Erskine, H., Mattingley, J.B. & Arnold, D.H. (2013). Synaesthesia and colour constancy. Cortex 49: 1082 - 1088.




Arnold, D.H., Nancarrow, K. & Yarrow, K. (2012). The critical events for motor-sensory temporal recalibration. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6: 235 doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2012.00235






Storrs, K. & Arnold, D.H. (2012). Not all face aftereffects are equal. Vision Research 64: 7 - 16.


Marinovic, W. Plooy, A.M. & Arnold, D.H. (2012). The influence of visual motion on interceptive actions and perception. Vision Research 60: 73 - 78.



Marinovic, W. & Arnold, D.H. (2012). Separable temporal metrics for time perception and anticipatory actions. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 279: 854 - 859.



Arnold, D.H., Wegener, S.V., Brown, F. & Mattingley, J.B. (2012). Precision of synaesthetic colour matching resembles that for recollected colours rather than physical colours. J Exp Psychology: Human Perception & Performance 38: 1078 - 1084.



Arnold, D.H. (2011). Why is binocular rivalry uncommon? Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5: 116 doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2011.00116




Yarrow, K., Jahn, N., Durant, S. & Arnold, D.H. (2011). Shifts of criteria or neural timing? The assumptions underlying timing perception studies. Consciousness & Cognition, 20: 1518 - 1531.


Yarrow, K., Roseboom, W. & Arnold, D.H. (2011). Spatial grouping resolves ambiguity to drive temporal recalibration. J. Experimental Psychology, Human Performance & Perception, 37: 1657 1661.



Arnold, D.H. & Lipp, O.V. (2011). Discrepant integration times for upright and inverted faces. Perception, 40: 989 - 999.




Arnold, D.H. & Yarrow (2011). Temporal recalibration of vision. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 278, 535 - 538.


Roseboom, W. & Arnold, D.H. (2011). Learning to reach for 'invisible' visual input. Current Biology 21: R493 - R494



Roseboom, W. & Arnold, D.H. (2011). Twice upon a time: Multiple, concurrent, temporal recalibrations of audio-visual speech. Psychological Science 22: 872 - 877.


Roseboom, W., Fujisaki, W., Nishida, S. & Arnold, D.H. (2011). Audio-visual speech timing sensitivity is enhanced in cluttered conditions. PLoS One 6(4): e18309.



Schindel, R., Rowlands, J. & Arnold, D.H. (2011). The oddball effect: Perceived duration and predictive coding. Journal of Vision 11(2): 17, 1 - 9.


Arnold, D.H. & Quinn, H. (2010). Binocular Rivalry and Multi-stable perception: Independence and monocular channels. Journal of Vision 10(10): 8, 1 � 9.



Schindel, R. & Arnold, D.H. (2010). Visual sensitivity can scale with illusory size changes. Current Biology 20: 841 - 844.



Arnold, D.H., Tear, M., Schindel, R. & Roseboom, W. (2010). Audio-Visual Speech Cue Combination. PLoS One 5(4): e10217.


Arnold, D.H., Erskine, H., Roseboom, W. & Wallis, T.S.A. (2010). Spatio-temporal rivalry: A perceptual conflict involving illusory static and moving forms. Psychological Science 21: 692 - 699.


Wallis, T.S.A., Williams, M. & Arnold, D.H. (2009). Pre-exposure to moving form enhances static form sensitivity. PLoS One 4(12): e8324.


Arnold, D.H., James, B.& Roseboom, W. (2009). Binocular rivalry: Spreading Dominance Through Complex Images. Journal of Vision 9(13): 4, 1-9.


Roseboom, W., Nishida, S. & Arnold, D.H. (2009). The sliding window of audio-visual simultanety. Journal of Vision 9(12):4, 1 - 8.


Arnold, D.H., Ong, Y. & Roseboom, W. (2009). Simple differential latencies modulate, but do not cause the flash-lag effect. Journal of Vision 9(5): 4, 1 - 8.


Wallis, T.S.A. & Arnold, D.H. (2009). Motion-induced blindness and motion streak suppression. Current Biology, 19: 325 - 329.


Amano, K., Arnold, D.H., Takeda, T. & Johnston, A. (2008). Alpha amplitude amplification during illusory jitter perception. Journal of Vision, 8(10): 3, 1 - 11.


Arnold, D.H., Birt, A. & Wallis, T.S.A. (2008). Perceived Size and Spatial Coding. Journal of Neuroscience, 28: 5954 - 5958.


Arnold, D.H., Law, P. & Wallis, T.S.A. (2008). Binocular Switch Suppression: A new method for persistently rendering the visible 'invisible'. Vision Research, 48, 994 - 1001.


Wallis, T.S.A. & Arnold, D.H. (2008). Motion induced blindness is not tuned to retinal speed. Journal of Vision, 8(2): 11, 1 - 7.


Arnold, D.H., Grove, P.M. & Wallis, T.S.A. (2007). Staying Focussed: A functional account of perceptual suppression during binocular rivalry. Journal of Vision, 7(7):7, 1 - 8.



Arnold, D.H., Thompson, M. & Johnston, A. (2007). Motion and Position Coding. Vision Research 47, 2403 - 2410.


Arnold, D.H., & Wilcock, P. (2007). Cortical processing and perceived timing. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences. 274, 2331 - 2336.


Koene. A., Arnold, D.H. & Johnston, A. (2007). Bimodal sensory discrimination is finer than dual single modality discrimination. Journal of Vision, 7(11):14, 1 - 11.




Whitney, D., Ellison, A., Rice, N.J., Arnold, D.H., Goodale, M., Milner, D. & Walsh, V. (2007). Visually guided reaching depends on motion area MT+. Cerebral Cortex, 17, 2644 - 2649.



Fujisaki, W., Koene, A., Arnold, D.H., Johnston, A.. & Nishida, S. (2006). Visual search for a target changing in synchrony with an auditory signal. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 273, 865 - 874.



Johnston, A., Arnold, D.H. & Nishida, S. (2006). Spatially localised distortions of perceived duration. Current Biology 16, 472 - 479.



Arnold, D.H. (2005). Perceptual pairing of colour and motion. Vision Research 45, 3015 - 3026.



Arnold, D.H. & Johnston, A. (2005). Motion Induced Spatial Conflict following Binocular Integration. Vision Research 45, 2934 - 2942.



Arnold,D.H., Johnston, A. & Nishida, S. (2005). Timing Sight and Sound. Vision Research 45, 1275 - 1284.



Arnold,D.H., & Johnston, A. (2003). Motion induced spatial conflict. Nature 425, 181 - 184.


Arnold, D.H., Durant, S. & Johnston, A. (2003). Latency differences and the flash-lag effect. Vision Research 43, 1829 - 1835.


Clifford, C.W.G., Arnold, D.H., and Pearson, J. (2003). A paradox of temporal perception revealed by a stimulus oscillating in colour and orientation. Vision Research 43, 2245 - 2253.


Clifford, C.W.G., Arnold, D.H., Smith, S. & Pianta, M. (2003). Opposing views on orthogonal adaptation: a reply to Westheimer & Gee. Vision Research 43, 717 - 719.


Arnold, D.H. & Clifford, C.W.G. (2002). Determinants of asynchronous processing in vision. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 269, 579-583.


Arnold, D.H., Clifford, C.W.G., & Wenderoth, P. (2001). Asynchronous processing in vision: Color leads motion. Current Biology 11, 596 - 600.


Clifford, C.W.G., Ma Wyatt, A., Arnold, D.H., Smith, S.T. and Wenderoth, P. (2001). Orthogonal adaptation improves orientation discrimination. Vision Research 41, 151 - 159.


Clifford, C.W.G., Arnold, D.H., and Wenderoth, P. (2000). Dissociable factors affect speed perception and discrimination. Clinical and Experimental Opthamology 28, 230 - 232.

BOOK CHAPTERS


Arnold, D.H., and Whitney, D. (2005). Adaptation and perceptual binding in sight and sound, in Fitting the Mind to the World (eds. Clifford, C.W.G. & Rhodes, G.), Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Arnold, D.H. (in press). Relative Timing and Perceptual Asynchrony, in Space and Time in Perception and Action (eds. Nijhawan, R. & Khurana, B.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.