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Vernon RJW, Sutherland CM, Young AW, Hartley T (2014) Modeling first impressions from highly variable facial images. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 111(32), E3353-E3361.

Watson DM, Hartley T, Andrews TJ (2014) Patterns of response to visual scenes are linked to low-level properties of the image. Neuroimage 99, 402-410.

Rice GE, Watson DM, Hartley T, Andrews TJ (2014) Low-Level image properties of visual objects predict patterns of neural response across category selective regions of the ventral visual pathway. J. Neurosci. 34(26), 8837-8844.

Hartley T, Lever C (2014) Know your limits: the role of boundaries in the development of spatial representation. Neuron 82(1) 1-3. [Preview of Bjerknes et al., 2014 describing development of boundary cells]

Levita L, Bois C, Healey A, Smyllie E, Papakonstantinou E, Hartley T, Lever C (2014) The Behavioural Inhibition System, anxiety and hippocampal volume in a non-clinical population. Biology of Mood & Anxiety Disorders 4:4.

Hartley T, Lever C, Burgess N, O’Keefe J (2014) Space in the Brain: how the hippocampal formation supports spatial cognition. Phil Trans Roy Soc B. 369 [I also edited this special issue with Colin Lever, Neil Burgess and John O’Keefe. Video]

Brunton I, Hartley T (2013) Enhanced Thinking Skills and the association between executive function and antisocial behaviour in children and adult offenders: scope for intervention? British Journal of Forensic Practice 15(1)

Hartley T, Harlow R  (2012) An association between human hippocampal volume and topographical memory in healthy young adults. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  6:338. (local version hartley_harlow_2012.pdf)

Viard A, Doeller C, Hartley T, Bird CM, Burgess N (2011) Anterior hippocampus and goal directed spatial decision making. Journal of Neuroscience 31(12):4613-4621.

Andrews TJ, Clark A, Pell P, Hartley T (2010). Selectivity for low-level features of objects in the human ventral stream. Neuroimage 49(1) 703-711.

Bird CM, Chan D, Hartley T, Pijnenburg YA, Rossor MN, Burgess N (2010).Topographical short-term memory differentiates Alzheimer’s disease from frontotemporal lobar degeneration. Hippocampus 20(10), 1154-1169.

Hartley T, Bird CM, Chan D, Cipolotti L, Husain M, Vargha-Khadem F, Burgess N (2007). The hippocampus is required for short-term topographical memory in humans. Hippocampus 17:34-48

Barry C, Lever C, Hayman R, Hartley T, Burton S, O’Keefe J, Jeffery K, Burgess N (2006) The boundary vector cell model of place cell firing and spatial memory. Rev Neurosci 17(1-2):71-97.

King JA, Hartley T, Spiers HJ, Maguire EA, Burgess N (2005) Anterior prefrontal involvement in episodic retrieval reflects contextual interference. Neuroimage 28(1):256-67.

Hartley T, Burgess N (2005) Complementary memory systems: competition, cooperation and compensationTrends in Neurosciences 28 (4), 169-170

Hartley T, I Trinkler I, N Burgess N (2004) Geometric determinants of human spatial memoryCognition 94 (1), 39-75

King JA, Trinkler I, Hartley T, Vargha-Khadem F, Burgess N (2004) The Hippocampal Role in Spatial Memory and the Familiarity-Recollection Distinction: A Case StudyNeuropsychology 18 (3), 405

Henson R, Hartley T, Burgess N, Hitch G, Flude F (2003) Selective interference with verbal short-term memory for serial order information: A new paradigm and tests of a timing-signal hypothesisQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 56 (8), 1307-1334

T Hartley, EA Maguire, HJ Spiers, N Burgess (2003) The well-worn route and the path less traveled: Distinct neural bases of route following and wayfinding in humansNeuron 37 (5), 877-888

Maguire EA, Spiers HJ, Good CD, Hartley T, Frackowiak RSJ, Burgess N (2003) Navigation expertise and the human hippocampus: a structural brain imaging analysisHippocampus 13 (2), 250-259

Lever C, Burgess N, Cacucci F, Hartley T, O’Keefe J (2002) What can the hippocampal representation of environmental geometry tell us about Hebbian learning? Biological Cybernetics 87 (5), 356-372

Hartley T (2002) Syllabic phase: a bottom-up representation of the temporal structure of speech. Progress in Neural Processing 14 ,World Scientific: Singapore. 277-288

Burgess N, Hartley T (2002) Orientational and geometric determinants of place and head-direction. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 14(1) 165-172

King JA, Burgess N, Hartley T, Vargha‐Khadem F, O’Keefe J (2002) Human hippocampus and viewpoint dependence in spatial memoryHippocampus 12 (6), 811-820

Spiers HJ, Burgess N, Maguire EA, Baxendale SA, Hartley T, Thompson PJ, O’Keefe J (2001) Unilateral temporal lobectomy patients show lateralized topographical and episodic memory deficits in a virtual townBrain 124 (12), 2476-2489

Spiers HJ, Burgess N, Hartley T, Vargha‐Khadem F, O’Keefe J (2001) Bilateral hippocampal pathology impairs topographical and episodic memory but not visual pattern matchingHippocampus 11 (6), 715-725

Braddick OJ, O’Brien JMD, Wattam-Bell J, Atkinson J, Hartley T, Turner R (2001) Brain areas sensitive to coherent visual motionPerception 30 (1), 61-72

Burgess N, Jackson A, Hartley T, O’Keefe J (2000) Predictions derived from modelling the hippocampal role in navigationBiological Cybernetics 83 (3), 301-312

Hartley T, Burgess N, Lever C, Cacucci F, O’Keefe J (2000) Modeling place fields in terms of the cortical inputs to the hippocampusHippocampus 10 (4), 369-379

Hartley T (1996)  A linguistically constrained model of short-term memory for nonwordsJournal of Memory and Language, 35, 1-31

Hartley T (1996) The role of syllable structure in verbal short-term memory. PhD Thesis, University of London.

Houghton G, Hartley T (1996) Parallel models of serial behavior: Lashley revisitedPsyche 2 (25), 1-25

4 responses to “Publications”

  1. Rheisa says :

    Hi Tom, you mentioned “Indeed promising results from MVPA/classifier approaches imply that subthreshold activity is often meaningful”. Could you mention some MVPA/classifier papers in connection with that assertion? Much appreciated.

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