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The Repository@Hull is intended to be an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided.



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Becoming nose-blind—Climate change impacts on chemical communication (2022)
Journal Article
Roggatz, C. C., Saha, M., Blanchard, S., Schirrmacher, P., Fink, P., Verheggen, F., & Hardege, J. D. (2022). Becoming nose-blind—Climate change impacts on chemical communication. Global change biology, https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.16209

Chemical communication via infochemicals plays a pivotal role in ecological interactions, allowing organisms to sense their environment, locate predators, food, habitats, or mates. A growing number of studies suggest that climate change-associated st... Read More about Becoming nose-blind—Climate change impacts on chemical communication.

Coding of visible and hidden actions (2002)
Book Chapter
Jellema, T., & Perrett, D. (2002). Coding of visible and hidden actions. In W. Prinz, & B. Hommel (Eds.), Common Mechanisms in Perception and Action (356-380). Oxford: Oxford University Press

We review the properties of cells in the temporal cortex of the macaque monkey, which are sensitive to visual cues arising from the face and body and their movements. We speculate that the responses of populations of cells in the cortex of the anteri... Read More about Coding of visible and hidden actions.

“Be careful what you recall”: Retrieval-induced forgetting of genuine real-life autobiographical memories (2022)
Journal Article
Somos, E., Mazzoni, G., Gatti, D., & Jellema, T. (2022). “Be careful what you recall”: Retrieval-induced forgetting of genuine real-life autobiographical memories. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1177/17470218221078499

Which episodes from our lives will be remembered and which will be forgotten, and why? This question has still not been answered satisfactorily by research into autobiographical memory. Previous work has shown that retrieval-induced forgetting (RIF)... Read More about “Be careful what you recall”: Retrieval-induced forgetting of genuine real-life autobiographical memories.

Memory for facial expressions on the autism spectrum: The influence of gaze direction and type of expression (2022)
Journal Article
Macinska, S., & Jellema, T. (2022). Memory for facial expressions on the autism spectrum: The influence of gaze direction and type of expression. Autism Research, 15(5), 870-880. https://doi.org/10.1002/aur.2682

Face memory research in autism has largely neglected memory for facial expressions, in favor of memory for identity. This study in three experiments examined the role of gaze direction and type of expression on memory for facial expressions in relati... Read More about Memory for facial expressions on the autism spectrum: The influence of gaze direction and type of expression.

Are adaptation aftereffects for facial emotional expressions affected by prior knowledge about the emotion? (2022)
Journal Article
Wincenciak, J., Palumbo, L., Epihova, G., Barraclough, N. E., & Jellema, T. (in press). Are adaptation aftereffects for facial emotional expressions affected by prior knowledge about the emotion?. Cognition and Emotion, https://doi.org/10.1080/02699931.2022.2031907

Accurate perception of the emotional signals conveyed by others is crucial for successful social interaction. Such perception is influenced not only by sensory input, but also by knowledge we have about the others’ emotions. This study addresses the... Read More about Are adaptation aftereffects for facial emotional expressions affected by prior knowledge about the emotion?.