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2011

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2011) Exploring the impact of sucking sweets on flavour imagery. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 23 (7). pp. 811-817. ISSN 2044-5911

2007

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2007) Spatial processing, mental imagery, and creativity in individuals with and without sight. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 19 (1). pp. 37-58. ISSN 0954-1446

2006

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2006) Remembering the past and imagining the future: A role for nonvisual imagery in the everyday cognition of blind and sighted people. Memory, 14 (8). pp. 925-936. ISSN 0965-8211

2005

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2005) Illuminating non-visual imagery: exploring the everyday use of sensory imagery in the blind and sighted. In: Xth European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition, 28 - 30 Jun 2005, St Andrews, Scotland.

2004

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2004) Creative discoveries in mental imagery: the role of spatial processing in individuals with and without sight. In: Ballesteros, Soledad and Heller, Morton A., (eds.) Touch, blindness and neuroscience. IUED, Madrid, Spain.

2003

Pring, Linda and Eardley, Alison F. (2003) Cognitive styles and their implications for effective presentation of information for children with visual impairment. In: Axel, Elisabeth Salzhauer and Levent, Nina Sobol, (eds.) Art beyond sight: a resource guide to art, creativity, and visual impairment. AFB Press, New York, USA. ISBN 9780891288503

2002

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2002) Imagining things you’ve never seen: imagery effects in individuals born totally blind. In: Kitzinger Workshop, May 2002. (Submitted)

Eardley, Alison F. and Pring, Linda (2002) Imagining things you have never seen: imagery effects in individuals born totally blind. Proceedings of The British Psychological Society, 10 (2). p. 64. ISSN 1350-472X

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