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2004Absolute Pitch Accessible To Everyone By Turning Off Part Of The Brain?Snyder, Allan; Bossomaier, Terry; Centre for the MindAbsolute Pitch Accessible To Everyone By Turning Off Part Of The Brain?, Organised Sound, vol.9,(2),2004,pp 181-189
2011The Aggregate Complexity of Individual Decisions in the Game of GoGillett, A; Harre, Michael (Mike); Snyder, Allan; Bossomaier, Terry; Centre for the Mind; Centre for the Mind; Centre for the MindThe Aggregate Complexity of Individual Decisions in the Game of Go, European Physical Journal B. Condensed Matter and Complex Systems, vol.80, 4, 2011,pp 555 (1)-563 (9)
2006ARE ANGRY MALE AND FEMALE FACES REPRESENTED IN OPPOSITE HEMISPHERES OF THE FEMALE BRAIN? A STUDY USING REPETITIVE TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION (rTMS).Snyder, Allan; Bahramali, H; Brüne, M; Hennessy, Maria; Centre for the MindARE ANGRY MALE AND FEMALE FACES REPRESENTED IN OPPOSITE HEMISPHERES OF THE FEMALE BRAIN? A STUDY USING REPETITIVE TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION (rTMS)., Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, vol.5,(2),2006,pp 187-197
2008Are animals autistic savants?Snyder, Allan; Bateson, Patrick; Clayton, Nicola S; Kaplan, Gisela; Rogers, Lesley J.; Vallortigara, Giorgio; Centre for the MindAre animals autistic savants?, PLoS Biology, vol.6, 2, 2008,pp 208-214
2012Brain stimulation enables the solution of an inherently difficult problemChi, Richard; Snyder, Allan; Centre for the Mind; Centre for the MindBrain stimulation enables the solution of an inherently difficult problem, Neuroscience Letters, vol.515, 2, 2012,pp 121-124
2007Concept Accessibility as Basis for Evolutionary Reinforcement Learning of Dots and BoxesBossomaier, Terry; Knittel, Anthony; Snyder, Allan; Centre for the Mind; Centre for the Mind; Centre for the MindConcept Accessibility as Basis for Evolutionary Reinforcement Learning of Dots and Boxes, IEEE Conference Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Games, vol.online,(),2007,pp 140-145
2004Concept Formation:'Object' Attributes Dynamically Inhibited From Conscious AwarenessSnyder, Allan; Bossomaier, Terry; Mitchell, John; Centre for the MindConcept Formation:'Object' Attributes Dynamically Inhibited From Conscious Awareness, Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, vol.3,(1),2004,pp 31-46
2004The Creativity Quotient: An Objective Scoring Of Ideational FluencyBossomaier, T; Pallier, John; Snyder, Allan; Mitchell, John; Psychology; Psychology; Centre for the MindThe Creativity Quotient: An Objective Scoring Of Ideational Fluency, Creativity Research Journal, vol.16,(4),2004,pp 415-420
2014Designing a “better” brain: Insights from experts and savantsHarre, Michael (Mike); Snyder, Allan; Bossomaier, Terry; Gobet, F; Civil Engineering; Centre for the MindDesigning a “better” brain: Insights from experts and savants, Frontiers in Psychology, vol.5, May, 2014,pp 1-3
2011The Development of Human Expertise in a Complex EnvironmentHarre, Michael (Mike); Snyder, Allan; Bossomaier, Terry; Centre for the Mind; Centre for the MindThe Development of Human Expertise in a Complex Environment, Minds and Machines: journal for artificial intelligence, philosophy and cognitive sciences, vol.21, 3, 2011,pp 449-464
2009Explaining and inducing savant skills: privileged access to lower level, less-processed informationSnyder, Allan; Centre for the MindExplaining and inducing savant skills: privileged access to lower level, less-processed information, Philosophical Transactions B. Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences, vol.364, 1522,pp 1399-1405
2011Facilitate insight by non-invasive brain stimulationChi, Richard; Snyder, Allan; Centre for the Mind; Centre for the MindFacilitate insight by non-invasive brain stimulation, PLoS One, vol.6, 2, 2011,pp 1-7
2007A Genius WithinSnyder, Allan; Centre for the MindA Genius Within in Creativity and the Brain, World Scientific Publishing, 2007, pp. 1-16
2009The Incubation Effect: Hatching a Solution?Ellwood, Sophie; Gallate, Jason; Pallier, John Gerald; Snyder, Allan; SOPHI Admin; Psychology; Psychology; Centre for the MindThe Incubation Effect: Hatching a Solution?, Creativity Research Journal, vol.21, 1, 2009,pp 6-14
2012Intuitive Expertise and Perceptual TemplatesHarre, Michael (Mike); Snyder, Allan; Civil Engineering; Centre for the MindIntuitive Expertise and Perceptual Templates, Minds and Machines, vol.22, 3, 2012,pp 167-182
2007Letter to the editor: Comment on priming skills of autistic twins and Yamaguchi (2006) letter to the editor: "Questionable aspects of Oliver Sacks' (1985) report", Journal of Autism and Developmental DisordersSnyder, Allan; Centre for the MindLetter to the editor: Comment on priming skills of autistic twins and Yamaguchi (2006) letter to the editor: "Questionable aspects of Oliver Sacks' (1985) report", Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, vol.37,(7),2007,pp 1398-1399
2004Nonconscious Idea GenerationEllwood, Sophie; Pallier, John; Snyder, Allan; Yates, Angela; Mitchell, John; Centre for the Mind; Psychology; Centre for the Mind; Centre for the MindNonconscious Idea Generation, Psychological Reports, vol.94,(3),2004,pp 1325-1330
2011Noninvasive Brain Stimulation Reduces Prejudice Scores on an Implicit Association TestChi, Richard; Ellwood, Sophie; Gallate, Jason; Snyder, Allan; Wong, Cara; Centre for the Mind; Centre for the Mind; Psychology; Centre for the Mind; PsychologyNoninvasive Brain Stimulation Reduces Prejudice Scores on an Implicit Association Test, Neuropsychology, vol.25, 2, 2011,pp 185-192
2012The Perceptual Cues that Reshape Expert ReasoningHarre, Michael (Mike); Snyder, Allan; Bossomaier, TR; Centre for the Mind; Centre for the MindThe Perceptual Cues that Reshape Expert Reasoning, Scientific Reports, vol.2, 502, 2012,pp 1-9
2009Reducing false memories by magnetic pulse stimulationChi, Richard; Ellwood, Sophie; Gallate, Jason; Snyder, Allan; Centre for the Mind; Centre for the Mind; Psychology; Centre for the MindReducing false memories by magnetic pulse stimulation, Neuroscience Letters, vol.449,(3),2009,pp 151-154