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    Murphy, J. and Denyer, D. and Pettigrew, Andrew (2020) The role of framing mechanisms in explaining system wide change: the case of the Northern Ireland conflict and peace process. British Journal of Management , ISSN 1045-3172. (In Press)

    Murphy, J. and Gray, K. and Cook, Richard (2019) Inverted faces benefit from whole-face processing. Cognition 194 , p. 104105. ISSN 0010-0277. (In Press)

    Chard, James and Edey, Rosanna and Yon, Daniel and Murphy, J. and Bird, G. and Press, Clare (2019) Atypical emotion recognition from bodies is associated with perceptual difficulties in healthy aging. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance , ISSN 0096-1523. (In Press)

    Murphy, J. and Cook, Richard (2017) Revealing the mechanisms of human face perception using dynamic apertures. Cognition 169 , pp. 25-35. ISSN 0010-0277.

    Gray, K. and Murphy, J. and Marsh, J. and Cook, Richard (2017) Modulation of the composite face effect by unintended emotion cues. Royal Society Open Science , ISSN 2054-5703.

    Gray, K. and Barber, L. and Murphy, J. and Cook, Richard (2017) Social interaction contexts bias the perceived expressions of interactants. Emotion 17 (4), pp. 567-571. ISSN 1528-3542.

    Murphy, J. and Gray, K. and Cook, Richard (2017) The composite face illusion. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 24 (2), pp. 245-261. ISSN 1069-9384.

    Ipser, A. and Ring, M. and Murphy, J. and Gaigg, S. and Cook, Richard (2016) Similar exemplar pooling processes underlie the learning of facial identity and handwriting style: evidence from typical observers and individuals with Autism. Neuropsychologia 85 , pp. 169-176. ISSN 00283932.

    Murphy, J. and Ipser, A. and Gaigg, S. and Cook, Richard (2015) Exemplar variance supports robust learning of facial identity. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41 (3), pp. 577-581. ISSN 0096-1523.

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