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Using foresight to prioritise the present

Bulley, A., et al., Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2017)

Attitudes to in vitro meat: A survey of potential consumers in the United States

Wilks, M, et al., PLOS ONE 12(2): e0171904. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0171904

Are Yawns really Contagious? A Critique and Quantification of Yawn Contagion

Kapitány, R, et al., Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology

Handedness and Graspability Modify Shifts of Visuospatial Attention to Near-Hand Objects

Hayley A. Colman, Roger W. Remington & Ada Kritikos, PLOS ONE | DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0170542

Exploring the cognitive foundations of the Shared Attention Mechanism

Skorich, D. P., et al., Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

Thinking about threats: Memory and prospection in human threat management

Bulley, A.; Henry, J.D.; Suddendorf, T., Consciousness and Cognition
49, 53-69

The influence of episodic foresight on delay discounting and demand for alcohol

Bulley, Adam & Gullo, Matthew J., Addictive Behaviors (2017)
66, 1-6

A review of compassion-based interventions

Kirby, James N., Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory
Research and Practice, 2016

Orangutans (Pongo abelii) seek information about tool functionality in a metacognition tubes task

Mulcahy, N.J., Journal of Comparative Psychology 130(4)
391 - 399

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Mindfulness and Multiple Sclerosis

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