Richard Cook

Social Perception Research Group

2017:


Over, H. & Cook, R. (under review).  Where do spontaneous first impressions of faces come from?  


Biotti, F., Wu, E., Yang, H., Jiahui, G., Duchaine, B., & Cook, R. (under review). Normal composite face effects in developmental prosopagnosia. 


Murphy, J. & Cook, R. (under review). Viewing faces through apertures. 


Biotti, F., Gray, K.L.H., & Cook, R. (under review). Impaired body perception in developmental prosopagnosia. 


Brewer, R., Biotti, F., Bird, G., & Cook, R. (under review). Normal integration of emotion cues from bodies and faces in Autism Spectrum Disorder. 


Gray, K. L. H., Murphy, J., Marsh, J., & Cook, R. (in press). Modulation of the composite face effect by unintended emotion cues. Royal Society Open Science. pdf


Gray, K. L. H., Barber, L., Murphy, J. & Cook, R. (2017). Social interaction contexts bias the perceived expressions of interactants. Emotion. pdf


Gray, K.L.H., Bird, G., & Cook, R. (2017). Robust associations between the 20-Item Prosopagnosia Index and the Cambridge Face Memory Test in the general population. Royal Society Open Science, 4(3), 160923. pdf 


Murphy, J., Gray, K. L. H., & Cook, R. (2017). The composite face illusion. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 24(2), 245-261. pdf 


2016: 

Ipser, A., & Cook, R. (2016). Inducing a concurrent motor load reduces perceptual sensitivity for facial expressions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. pdf


Brewer, R., Biotti, F., Catmur, C., Press, C., Happe, F., Cook, R., & Bird, G. (2016). Can neurotypical individuals read autistic facial expressions? Atypical production of emotional facial expressions in Autism Spectrum Disorders . Autism Research, 9(2), 262-271.


Shah, P., Bird, G. & Cook, R. (2016). Face processing in autism: Reduced integration of cross-feature dynamics. Cortex, 75, 113-119. pdf


Ipser, A., Ring, M., Murphy, J., Gaigg, S. B., & Cook, R. (2016).  Similar exemplar pooling processes underlie the learning of facial identity and handwriting style: Evidence from typical observers and individuals with Autism. Neuropsychologia, 85, 169-176. pdf


Cook, R. & Biotti, F. (2016). Developmental prosopagnosia. Current Biology, 26, R312-R313. pdf


Biotti, F. & Cook, R. (2016).  Impaired perception of facial emotion in developmental prosopagnosia. Cortex, 81, 126-136. pdf


2015:

Shah, P., Gaule, A., Gaigg, S., Bird, G., & Cook, R. (2015). Probing short-term face memory in developmental prosopagnosia. Cortex, 64, 115-122. pdf


Brewer, R. Cook, R., Cardi, V., Treasure, J., Bird, G. (2015). Emotion recognition deficits in eating disorders are explained by co-occurring alexithymia. Royal Society Open Science, 2: 140382. pdf


Press, C. & Cook, R. (2015). Beyond simulation: domain-general motor contributions to perception. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 19(4), 176-178. pdf


Cook, R., Aichelburg, C., & Johnston, A. (2015). Illusory feature slowing: evidence of perceptual models of global facial change. Psychological Science, 26(4), 512-517. 


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


Brewer, R., Collins, F., Cook, R., Bird, G. (2015). Atypical trait inferences from facial cues in alexithymia. Emotion, 15(5), 637-643. 


Shah, P., Gaule, A., Sowden, S., Bird, G., & Cook, R. (2015). The 20-item prosopagnosia index (PI20): A self-report instrument for identifying developmental prosopagnosia. Royal Society Open Science, 6: 140343. link


Shah, P., Sowden, S., Happe, F., Cook, R., & Bird, G. (2015). Orienting towards face-like stimuli in early childhood. Child Development, 86(6), 1693-1700.


Brewer, R. Marsh, A.A., Catmur, C., Cardinale, E.M., Stoycos, S., Cook, R. & Bird, G. (2015). The impact of Autism Spectrum Disorder and alexithymia on judgments of moral acceptability. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 124(3), 589-595.


Brewer, R., Happe, F. Cook, R., & Bird, G. (2015). Alexithymia, not Autism Spectrum Disorders, is the consequence of interoceptive failure. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 56, 348-353. 


2014: 

Cook, R., Bird, G., Catmur, C., Press, C., & Heyes, C. (2014). Mirror neurons: From origin to function. Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 37(2), 177-192.  pdf


Cook, R., Brewer, R., Shah, P., & Bird, G. (2014). Intact facial adaptation in autistic adults. Autism Research, 7(4), 481-490. pdf


Cook, R., Gaule, A., Aichelburg, C., & Press, C. (2014). Motor contributions to the perception of relative phase. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 40(5), 1763-1768. (see commentary)


Press, C., Berlot, E., Bird, G., Ivry, R., & Cook, R. (2014). Moving time: The influence of action on duration perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143(5), 1787-1793. 


2013:

Cook, R., Johnston, A., & Heyes, C. (2013). Facial self-imitation: Objective measurement reveals no improvement without visual feedback. Psychological Science, 24(1), 93-98. pdf


Cooper, R., Cook, R., Dickinson, A., & Heyes, C. (2013). Associative (not Hebbian) learning and the mirror neuron system. Neuroscience Letters, 540, 28-36. pdf


Cook, R., Brewer, R., Shah, P., & Bird, G. (2013). Alexithymia, not autism, predicts poor recognition of emotional facial expressions. Psychological Science, 24(5), 723-732. pdf


Bird, G. & Cook, R. (2013). Mixed emotions: The contribution of alexithymia to the emotional symptoms of autism.  Translational Psychiatry, 3(7), e285. pdf  (link)


Cook, R., & Bird, G. (2013). Do mirror neurons really 'mirror' and do they really code for action goals? Cortex, 49,

2944-2945. pdf


Shah, P., Gaule, A., Bird, G., & Cook, R. (2013). Robust orienting to protofacial stimuli in autism. Current Biology, 23(24), R1087-R1088. pdf  (link) (see commentary)


2012:

Cook, R., Bird, G., Luenser, G., Huck, S., & Heyes, C. (2012) Automatic imitation in a strategic context: Players of Rock-Paper-Scissors imitate opponents' gestures. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 279, 780-786. pdf


Cook, R., Johnston, A., & Heyes, C. (2012). Self-recognition of avatar motion: How do I know it's me? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 279, 669-674. pdf


Cook, R., Dickinson, A., & Heyes, C. (2012). Contextual modulation of mirror and counter-mirror sensorimotor associations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 141(4), 774-787. pdf


Cook, R. (2012). The ontogenetic origins of mirror neurons: Evidence from tool-use and audiovisual "mirror-neurons". Biology Letters, 8(5), 856-859. pdf


Press, C., Catmur, C., Cook, R., Widman, H., Heyes, C., & Bird, G. (2012). fMRI evidence of 'mirror' responses to geometric shapes. PLoS ONE, 7(12), e51934. pdf


Cook, R., & Furnham, A. (2012). Aesthetic preferences for architectural styles varies as a function of personality. Imagination, Cognition & Personality, 32(2), 103-114.


2011:
Cook, R., Matei, M., & Johnston, A. (2011). Exploring expression space: Adaptation to orthogonal and anti-expressions. Journal of Vision, 11(4):2, 1-9. pdf


Cook, R. & Duchaine, B. (2011). A look at how we look at others: Orientation inversion and contrast negation impair perception of bodies. Visual Cognition, 19(4), 445-468. pdf


McManus, I.C.,  Zhou, F.A., I'Anson, S., Waterfield, L., Stover, K., & Cook, R. (2011). The psychometrics of photographic cropping: The influence of colour, meaning and expertise. Perception, 40(3), 332-357. pdf


Furnham, A., Cook, R., Martin, N., & Batey, M. (2011). Mental health literacy among university students. Journal of Public Mental Health, 10(4), 198-210.


2010:

Cook, R., Press, C. Dickinson, A., & Heyes, C. (2010). Acquisition of automatic imitation is sensitive to sensorimotor contingency. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 36(4), 840-852. pdf  (see commentary)


McManus, I.C., Cook, R., & Hunt, A. (2010). Beyond the golden section and normative aesthetics: Why do individuals differ so much in their aesthetic preferences for rectangles? Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts, 4(2), 113-126. pdf