Global timing: a conceptual framework to investigate the neural basis of rhythm perception in human and non-human species

Dr Kerry Walker

Geiser, Walker, Bendor. ‘Global timing: a conceptual framework to investigate the neural basis of rhythm perception in human and non-human species.' (Front Psychol, 2014)

Physical properties at emission-line galaxies at z similar to 2 from near infra-red spectroscopy with magellan fire

Professor Andrew Bunker

Masters,McCarthy, Siana, Malkan, Mobasher, Atek, Henry, Crystal, Martin, Rafelski, Hathi, Scarlata, Ross, Bunker, Blanc, Bedregal, Domínguez, Colbert, Teplitz & Dressler. 'Physical properties at emission-line galaxies at z similar to 2 from near infra-red spectroscopy with magellan fire' (Astrophysical Journal, 2014)

Genomics Reveals the Worldwide Distribution of Multidrug-Resistant Serotype 6E Pneumococci

Professor Angela Brueggemann

van Tonder, Bray, Roalfe, White, Zancolli, Qurik, Haraldsson, Jolley, Maiden, Bentley, Haraldssen, Erlendsdottir, Kristinsson, Goldblatt and Brueggemann. ‘Genomics Reveals the Worldwide Distribution of Multidrug-Resistant Serotype 6E Pneumococci.’ (J Clin Microbiol, 2015).

Late Victorian into Modern

Professor Kirsten Shepherd-Barr

Part of a series entitled Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature

  • A collection of original essays by international experts in the field
  • Wide-ranging and interdisciplinary discussions of the literature and culture of the period
  • Includes work by both established and emerging scholars
  • Engages with recent debates on the continuities between the Victorian and the modern

Age group and individual differences in attentional orienting dissociate neural mechanisms of encoding and maintenance in visual STM

Professor Gaia Scerif

Shimi, Kuo, Astle, Nobre, Scerif. ‘Age group and individual differences in attentional orienting dissociate neural mechanisms of encoding and maintenance in visual STM.’ (J Cogn Neurosci, 2014)

Tracking sustainable development with a national barometer for South Africa using a downscaled "safe and just space" framework

Dr Richard Bailey

Cole, Bailey, New. 'Tracking sustainable development with a national barometer for South Africa using a downscaled "safe and just space" framework' (PNAS, 2014)

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