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Psychology: investigating cognition with Open Access research...

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Research at Psychology includes those working within cognition, exploring neuropsychology, attention, perception, affect and language using techniques such as neuroimaging, electroencephalography (EEG) and motion capture.

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Coddington, A. and Cresswell, S.; Lopez de Mantaras, R. and Saitta, L., eds. (2004) Adapting LPGP to plan with deadlines. In: Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2004), 2004-01-01, Amsterdam.

Gregory, P. and Cresswell, S. and Long, D. and Porteous, J.; Harvey, W. and Kiziltan, Z., eds. (2004) On the extraction of disjunctive landmarks from planning problems via symmetry reduction. In: Proceedings of SymCon'04: The 4th International Workshop on Symetry and Constraint Satisfaction Problems. Springer, pp. 34-41.

Porteous, J. and Cresswell, S. (2002) Extending landmarks analysis to reason about resources and repetition. In: Proceedings of the 21st Workshop of the UK Planning and Scheduling Special Interest Group (PLANSIG '02), 2002-11-21 - 2002-11-22.

Cresswell, S. and Fox, M. and Long, D.; McCluskey, T.L., ed. (2002) Extending {TIM} domain analysis to handle {ADL} constructs. In: AIPS '02 Workshop on Knowledge Engineering Tools and Techniques for A.I. Planning, 2002-04-23 - 2002-04-27.

Cresswell, Stephen and Smaill, Alan and Richardson, Julian (1999) Deductive synthesis of recursive plans in linear logic. In: 5th European Conference on Planning (ECP 99), 1999-09-08 - 1999-09-10.

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