Richard Freeman
Richard Freeman
Associate Professor in Doctoral Education, UCL Institute of Education
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TitleCited byYear
Discriminative feature integration by individuals
DA Booth, RPJ Freeman
Acta psychologica 84 (1), 1-16, 1993
Changes in the capacity of visual working memory in 5-to 10-year-olds
KJ Riggs, J McTaggart, A Simpson, RPJ Freeman
Journal of experimental child psychology 95 (1), 18-26, 2006
Insight into sight, touch, taste and smell by multiple discriminations from norm
O Sharpe, MT Conner, RPJ Freeman, DA Booth
Seeing and Perceiving 24 (5), 485-511, 2011
Perception as interacting psychophysical functions. Could the configuring of features replace a specialised receptor?
DA Booth, RPJ Freeman, M Konle, CJ Wainwright, O Sharpe
Perception 40 (5), 509-529, 2011
Bases of a cognitive technology for food quality
RPJ Freeman, NJ Richardson, MS Kendal-Reed, DA Booth
British Food Journal 95 (9), 37-44, 1993
Building object representations from parts: Tests of a stochastic sampling model.
K Lamberts, RPJ Freeman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (4), 904, 1999
Recognition of aromas by subconscious cognitive integration of receptor patterns
DA Booth, RPJ Freeman, MS Kendal-Reed
Deutsches Institut für Ernährungsforschung, 1995
Users of Ądietądrinks who think that sweetness is calories
RPJ Freeman, DA Booth
Appetite 55 (1), 152-155, 2010
Small objects of desire: The recognition of appropriate foods and drinks and its neural mechanisms.
DA Booth, EL Gibson, AM Toase, RPJ Freeman
Oxford University Press, 1994
Mind-reading versus neuromarketing: how does a product make an impact on the consumer?
D A. Booth, R PJ Freeman
Journal of Consumer Marketing 31 (3), 177-189, 2014
Categorization of briefly presented objects
K Lamberts, RPJ Freeman
Psychological Research 62 (2-3), 107-117, 1999
A strawberry by any other name would smell as sweet, green, fruity and buttery. Multisensory cognition of a food aroma
DA Booth, MS Kendal-Reed, RPJ Freeman
Appetite 55 (3), 738-741, 2010
Likings for complex foods and meals.
DA Booth, RP Freeman, L Lähteenmäki
Appetite 17 (2), 156-156, 1991
Cognitive processes in multimodal object recognition
RPJ Freeman
University of Birmingham, 1994
Early career social science researchers: experiences and support needs
W Locke, R Freeman, A Rose
London: Centre for Global Higher Education.[Viewed 24 August 2018 …, 2018
European road users' risk perception and mobility: the SARTRE 4 survey
D Antov, A Banet, C Barbier, T Bellet, Y Bimpeh, A Boulanger, ...
The history and organization of the European Federation of Psychologistsą Associations (EFPA)
RPJ Freeman, S Steyaert
European Psychologist, 2011
Study skills for psychology: succeeding in your degree
R Freeman, A Stone
SAGE, 2006
Food brand development using aggregates of individual consumers' cognitive interactions between technical and marketing factors relevant to health
DA Booth, RPJ Freeman
Appetite 32, 281-282, 1999
Individuals' recognition of food taste patterns and integration of taste and calorie labelling
RPJ Freeman, DA Booth
Appetite 20, 148, 1993
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