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 Rossy McLaren

Rossy McLaren

Associate Research Fellow

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 Washington Singer 230

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

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Rossy McLaren is an Associate Research Fellow in the School of Psychology

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Journal articles

McLaren R, Civile C, McLaren I (2021). Latent Inhibition in Young Children: a Developmental Effect?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 47, 63-73.
Civile C, McLaren R, Milton F, McLaren I (2021). The Effects of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on Perceptual Learning for Upright Faces and its Role in the Composite Face Effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 47, 74-90.
Civile C, Quaglia S, Waguri E, Ward M, McLaren R, McLaren I (2021). Using transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) to investigate why Faces are and are Not Special. Scientific Reports
Civile C, Waguri E, Quaglia S, Wooster B, Curtis A, McLaren R, Lavric A, McLaren I (2020). Testing the effects of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) on the Face Inversion Effect and the N170 Event-Related Potentials (ERPs) component. Neuropsychologia
Civile C, Cooke A, Liu X, McLaren R, Elchlepp H, Lavric A, Milton F, McLaren I (2020). The effect of tDCS on recognition depends on stimulus generalization: Neuro-stimulation can predictably enhance or reduce the face inversion effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 46, 83-98.
Bartlett M, Strivens A, Nicholson W, McLaren R, McLaren IPL (2018). A novel measure of changes in force applied to the Perruchet Effect. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 1325-1331.
Civile C, McLaren R, McLaren IPL (2018). How We can Change Your Mind: Anodal tDCS to Fp3 alters human stimulus representation and learning. Neuropsychologia
McLaren IPL, McAndrew A, Angerer K, McLaren R, Forrest C, Bowditch W, Monsell S, Verbruggen F (2018). Mackintosh lecture—: Association and cognition: Two processes, one system. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
Verbruggen F, McLaren RP, Pereg M, Meiran N (2018). Structure and implementation of novel task rules: a cross-sectional developmental study. Psychological Science
Civile C, Elchlepp H, McLaren RP, Galang CM, Lavric A, McLaren IPL (2018). The effect of scrambling upright and inverted faces on the N170. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
Verbruggen F, McLaren R (2017). Development of between-trial response strategy adjustments in a continuous action control task: a cross-sectional study. J Exp Child Psychol, 162, 39-57. Abstract.  Author URL.
O'Connell G, Myers CE, Hopkins RO, McLaren RP, Gluck MA, Wills AJ (2016). Amnesic patients show superior generalization in category learning. Neuropsychology, 30(8), 915-919. Abstract.  Author URL.
Verbruggen F, McLaren R (2016). Effects of reward and punishment on the interaction between going and stopping in a selective stop-change task. Psychological Research: an international journal of perception, attention, memory and action Abstract.
Civile C, Verbruggen, McLaren, Zhao D, Ku Y, McLaren IPL (2016). Switching off perceptual learning: tDCS to left DLPFC eliminates perceptual learning in humans. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 290-296.
Civile C, McLaren R, McLaren IPL (2016). The Face Inversion Effect: Roles of First and Second-Order Configural Information. The American Journal of Psychology, 129(1), 23-35. Abstract.
McLaren IPL, Forrest CLD, McLaren RP, Jones FW, Aitken MRF, Mackintosh NJ (2014). Associations and propositions: the case for a dual-process account of learning in humans. Neurobiol Learn Mem, 108, 185-195. Abstract.  Author URL.
Civile C, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2014). The face inversion effect--parts and wholes: individual features and their configuration. Q J Exp Psychol (Hove), 67(4), 728-746. Abstract.  Author URL.
Yeates F, Jones FW, Wills AJ, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2013). Modeling human sequence learning under incidental conditions. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process, 39(2), 166-173. Abstract.  Author URL.
McAndrew A, Jones FW, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2012). Dissociating expectancy of shock and changes in skin conductance: an investigation of the Perruchet effect using an electrodermal paradigm. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process, 38(2), 203-208. Abstract.  Author URL.
McLaren IPL, Forrest CL, McLaren RP (2012). Elemental representation and configural mappings: combining elemental and configural theories of associative learning. Learn Behav, 40(3), 320-333. Abstract.  Author URL.

Chapters

McLaren IPL, Carpenter KL, Civile C, Mclaren R, Zhao D, Ku Y, Milton F, Verbruggen F (2016). Categorisation and Perceptual Learning: Why tDCS to Left DLPC Enhances Generalisation. In Trobalon JB, Chamizo VD (Eds.) , Associative Learning and Cognition, Homage to Prof. N.J. Mackintosh,: University of Barcelona.

Conferences

Wood K, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2017). Does Associative Memory Play a Role in Solving Physics Problems?. Cognitive Science London. 26th - 29th Jul 2017.
Jones FW, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2017). Mindfulness and Fear Conditioning. Cognitive Science London. 26th - 29th Jul 2017.
Bowditch WA, McLaren RP, McAndrew A, McLaren IPL (2013). Contextual Renewal and Awareness: Dissociating awareness within an electrodermal conditioning paradigm. Cognitive Science. 1st - 1st Jan 2013.
McLaren RP, Jones FW, Yeates F, McLaren IPL (2013). Cue Competition in Human Associative Learning. Cognitive Science. 1st - 1st Jan 2013.
McLaren IPL, Jones FW, McLaren RP, Yeates F (2013). Cue Competition in Human Incidental Learning. RLDM. 1st - 1st Jan 2013.
McLaren IPL, Wood K, McLaren RP (2013). Naïve Physics - the wrong theory?. 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. 1st - 1st Jan 2013.
Civile C, Elchlepp H, McLaren RP, Lavric A, McLaren IPL (2012). Face recognition and brain potentials: Disruption of configural information reduces the face inversion effect. Cognitive Science. 1st - 1st Jan 2012.
Civile C, Elchlepp, McLaren RP, Lavric, McLaren IPL (2012). The face inversion effect and evoked brain potentials: Complete loss of configural information affects the N170. Cognitive Science. 1st - 1st Jan 2012.
Civile C, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2011). Perceptual learning and face recognition: Disruption of second order relational information reduces the face inversion effect. Cognitive Science. 1st - 1st Jan 2011.

Publications by year


2021

McLaren R, Civile C, McLaren I (2021). Latent Inhibition in Young Children: a Developmental Effect?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 47, 63-73.
Civile C, McLaren R, Milton F, McLaren I (2021). The Effects of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on Perceptual Learning for Upright Faces and its Role in the Composite Face Effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 47, 74-90.
Civile C, Quaglia S, Waguri E, Ward M, McLaren R, McLaren I (2021). Using transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) to investigate why Faces are and are Not Special. Scientific Reports

2020

Civile C, Waguri E, Quaglia S, Wooster B, Curtis A, McLaren R, Lavric A, McLaren I (2020). Testing the effects of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) on the Face Inversion Effect and the N170 Event-Related Potentials (ERPs) component. Neuropsychologia
Civile C, Cooke A, Liu X, McLaren R, Elchlepp H, Lavric A, Milton F, McLaren I (2020). The effect of tDCS on recognition depends on stimulus generalization: Neuro-stimulation can predictably enhance or reduce the face inversion effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 46, 83-98.

2018

Bartlett M, Strivens A, Nicholson W, McLaren R, McLaren IPL (2018). A novel measure of changes in force applied to the Perruchet Effect. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 1325-1331.
Civile C, McLaren R, McLaren IPL (2018). How We can Change Your Mind: Anodal tDCS to Fp3 alters human stimulus representation and learning. Neuropsychologia
McLaren IPL, McAndrew A, Angerer K, McLaren R, Forrest C, Bowditch W, Monsell S, Verbruggen F (2018). Mackintosh lecture—: Association and cognition: Two processes, one system. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
Verbruggen F, McLaren RP, Pereg M, Meiran N (2018). Structure and implementation of novel task rules: a cross-sectional developmental study. Psychological Science
Civile C, Elchlepp H, McLaren RP, Galang CM, Lavric A, McLaren IPL (2018). The effect of scrambling upright and inverted faces on the N170. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology

2017

Verbruggen F, McLaren R (2017). Development of between-trial response strategy adjustments in a continuous action control task: a cross-sectional study. J Exp Child Psychol, 162, 39-57. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wood K, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2017). Does Associative Memory Play a Role in Solving Physics Problems?. Cognitive Science London. 26th - 29th Jul 2017.
Jones FW, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2017). Mindfulness and Fear Conditioning. Cognitive Science London. 26th - 29th Jul 2017.

2016

O'Connell G, Myers CE, Hopkins RO, McLaren RP, Gluck MA, Wills AJ (2016). Amnesic patients show superior generalization in category learning. Neuropsychology, 30(8), 915-919. Abstract.  Author URL.
McLaren IPL, Carpenter KL, Civile C, Mclaren R, Zhao D, Ku Y, Milton F, Verbruggen F (2016). Categorisation and Perceptual Learning: Why tDCS to Left DLPC Enhances Generalisation. In Trobalon JB, Chamizo VD (Eds.) , Associative Learning and Cognition, Homage to Prof. N.J. Mackintosh,: University of Barcelona.
Verbruggen F, McLaren R (2016). Effects of reward and punishment on the interaction between going and stopping in a selective stop-change task. Psychological Research: an international journal of perception, attention, memory and action Abstract.
Verbruggen F, McLaren R (2016). Effects of reward and punishment on the interaction between going and stopping in a selective stop-change task.  Abstract.
Civile C, Verbruggen, McLaren, Zhao D, Ku Y, McLaren IPL (2016). Switching off perceptual learning: tDCS to left DLPFC eliminates perceptual learning in humans. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 290-296.
Civile C, McLaren R, McLaren IPL (2016). The Face Inversion Effect: Roles of First and Second-Order Configural Information. The American Journal of Psychology, 129(1), 23-35. Abstract.

2014

McLaren IPL, Forrest CLD, McLaren RP, Jones FW, Aitken MRF, Mackintosh NJ (2014). Associations and propositions: the case for a dual-process account of learning in humans. Neurobiol Learn Mem, 108, 185-195. Abstract.  Author URL.
Civile C, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2014). The face inversion effect--parts and wholes: individual features and their configuration. Q J Exp Psychol (Hove), 67(4), 728-746. Abstract.  Author URL.

2013

Bowditch WA, McLaren RP, McAndrew A, McLaren IPL (2013). Contextual Renewal and Awareness: Dissociating awareness within an electrodermal conditioning paradigm. Cognitive Science. 1st - 1st Jan 2013.
McLaren RP, Jones FW, Yeates F, McLaren IPL (2013). Cue Competition in Human Associative Learning. Cognitive Science. 1st - 1st Jan 2013.
McLaren IPL, Jones FW, McLaren RP, Yeates F (2013). Cue Competition in Human Incidental Learning. RLDM. 1st - 1st Jan 2013.
Yeates F, Jones FW, Wills AJ, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2013). Modeling human sequence learning under incidental conditions. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process, 39(2), 166-173. Abstract.  Author URL.
McLaren IPL, Wood K, McLaren RP (2013). Naïve Physics - the wrong theory?. 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. 1st - 1st Jan 2013.

2012

McAndrew A, Jones FW, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2012). Dissociating expectancy of shock and changes in skin conductance: an investigation of the Perruchet effect using an electrodermal paradigm. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process, 38(2), 203-208. Abstract.  Author URL.
McLaren IPL, Forrest CL, McLaren RP (2012). Elemental representation and configural mappings: combining elemental and configural theories of associative learning. Learn Behav, 40(3), 320-333. Abstract.  Author URL.
Civile C, Elchlepp H, McLaren RP, Lavric A, McLaren IPL (2012). Face recognition and brain potentials: Disruption of configural information reduces the face inversion effect. Cognitive Science. 1st - 1st Jan 2012.
Civile C, Elchlepp, McLaren RP, Lavric, McLaren IPL (2012). The face inversion effect and evoked brain potentials: Complete loss of configural information affects the N170. Cognitive Science. 1st - 1st Jan 2012.

2011

Civile C, McLaren RP, McLaren IPL (2011). Perceptual learning and face recognition: Disruption of second order relational information reduces the face inversion effect. Cognitive Science. 1st - 1st Jan 2011.

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