Stephen R H Langton
Stephen R H Langton
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Stirling
Verified email at stir.ac.uk
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Do the eyes have it? Cues to the direction of social attention
SRH Langton, RJ Watt, V Bruce
Trends in cognitive sciences 4 (2), 50-59, 2000
9862000
Reflexive visual orienting in response to the social attention of others
SRH Langton, V Bruce
Visual cognition 6 (5), 541-567, 1999
6131999
Face-to-face and video-mediated communication: A comparison of dialogue structure and task performance.
G Doherty-Sneddon, A Anderson, C O'malley, S Langton, S Garrod, ...
Journal of experimental psychology: applied 3 (2), 105, 1997
3841997
Attention capture by faces
SRH Langton, AS Law, AM Burton, SR Schweinberger
Cognition 107 (1), 330-342, 2008
2842008
The mutual influence of gaze and head orientation in the analysis of social attention direction
SRH Langton
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 53 (3), 825-845, 2000
2692000
A review of attentional capture: On its automaticity and sensitivity to endogenous control
M Ruz, J Lupiáñez
Psicológica 23 (2), 2002
2612002
Attentional bias to angry faces using the dot-probe task? It depends when you look for it
RM Cooper, SRH Langton
Behaviour research and therapy 44 (9), 1321-1329, 2006
2562006
The use of pigmentation and shading information in recognising the sex and identities of faces
V Bruce, S Langton
Perception 23 (7), 803-822, 1994
2471994
You must see the point: automatic processing of cues to the direction of social attention.
SRH Langton, V Bruce
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 26 (2), 747, 2000
2182000
Comparison of face-to-face and video-mediated interaction
C O'Malley, S Langton, A Anderson, G Doherty-Sneddon, V Bruce
Interacting with computers 8 (2), 177-192, 1996
2081996
Testing face processing skills in children
V Bruce, RN Campbell, G Doherty‐Sneddon, S Langton, S McAuley, ...
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 18 (3), 319-333, 2000
1982000
The influence of head contour and nose angle on the perception of eye-gaze direction
SRH Langton, H Honeyman, E Tessler
Perception & psychophysics 66 (5), 752-771, 2004
1862004
An information primacy model of exploratory and foraging behaviour
IR Inglis, S Langton, B Forkman, J Lazarus
Animal behaviour 62 (3), 543-557, 2001
1452001
Registered replication report: Schooler and engstler-schooler (1990)
VK Alogna, MK Attaya, P Aucoin, Š Bahník, S Birch, AR Birt, BH Bornstein, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (5), 556-578, 2014
1422014
How do eye gaze and facial expression interact?
M Bindemann, A Mike Burton, SRH Langton
Visual Cognition 16 (6), 708-733, 2008
1262008
The impact of VMC on collaborative problem solving: An analysis of task performance, communicative process, and user satisfaction.
AH Anderson, C O'Malley, G Doherty-Sneddon, S Langton, A Newlands, ...
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 1997
1031997
The control of attention to faces
M Bindemann, AM Burton, SRH Langton, SR Schweinberger, MJ Doherty
Journal of vision 7 (10), 15-15, 2007
982007
The compatibility of the entomopathogenic nematode, Steinernema feltiae, and chemical insecticidesfor the control of the South American leafminer, Liriomyza huidobrensis
J Head, KFA Walters, S Langton
Biocontrol 45 (3), 345-353, 2000
892000
Adaptation effects of highly familiar faces: Immediate and long lasting
CC Carbon, T Strobach, SRH Langton, G Harsányi, H Leder, G Kovács
Memory & Cognition 35 (8), 1966-1976, 2007
792007
Actions speak no louder than words: Symmetrical cross-modal interference effects in the processing of verbal and gestural information.
SRH Langton, C O'Malley, V Bruce
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 22 (6 …, 1996
701996
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