Roberts, E.V., Humphreys, L., & Krähenbühl, S. (under review). Attention and emotional false memory: a misinformation study utilising eye tracking. Journal of Cognitive Science.
Knott, L. M., Howe, M.L., Toffalini, E., Shah, D., & Humphreys, L. (2018). The role of attention in the immediate emotional false memory enhancement. Emotion, 18(8), 1063-1077.
Humphreys, L., Giudice, S., Jennings, P., Cain, R., Song, W. and Dunne, G. (2011). The Influence of Company Identity on the Perception of Vehicle Sound. Ergonomics, 54(4), 338-346.
Humphreys, L., Underwood, G., & Chapman, P. (2010). Enhanced Memory for Emotional Pictures: A Product of Increased Attention to Affective Stimuli? European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 22(8), 1225-1247.
Underwood, G., Humphreys, L., and Cross, E. (2006). Congruency, saliency and gist in the inspection of objects in natural scenes. Eye movements: A window on mind and brain. Roger van Gompel, Martin Fischer, Wayne Murray, & Robin Hill (Eds).
Underwood, G., Foulsham, T., Van Loon, E., Humphreys, L., & Bloyce, J. (2006). Eye movements during scene inspection: A test of the saliency map hypothesis. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 18(3), p321-342.
My work has been included in a chapter by G. Underwood - Eye fixations on pictures of natural scenes: Getting the gist and identifying the components (2005), Cognitive Processes in Eye Guidance, G. Underwood (Eds). p163-187.