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Dagmar Scott Fraser
Dagmar Scott Fraser
Research Associate and Doctoral Researcher, Centre for Human Brain Health, University of Birmingham
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The role of movement kinematics in facial emotion expression production and recognition.
S Sowden, BA Schuster, CT Keating, DS Fraser, JL Cook
Emotion 21 (5), 1041, 2021
492021
Robust sound onset detection using leaky integrate-and-fire neurons with depressing synapses
LS Smith, DS Fraser
IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks 15 (5), 1125-1134, 2004
492004
Differences between autistic and non-autistic adults in the recognition of anger from facial motion remain after controlling for alexithymia
CT Keating, DS Fraser, S Sowden, JL Cook
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 52 (4), 1855-1871, 2022
362022
Dopaminergic modulation of dynamic emotion perception
BA Schuster, S Sowden, AJ Rybicki, DS Fraser, C Press, P Holland, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 42 (21), 4394-4400, 2022
112022
Differential effects of parietal and cerebellar stroke in response to object location perturbation
TA Pelton, AM Wing, D Fraser, P van Vliet
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9, 293, 2015
82015
Analysing multi-person timing in music and movement: event based methods
MT Elliott, D Ward, R Stables, D Fraser, N Jacoby, AM Wing
Timing and Time Perception: Procedures, Measures, & Applications, 177-215, 2018
52018
Kinematics and observer-animator kinematic similarity predict mental state attribution from Heider–Simmel style animations
BA Schuster, DS Fraser, JJF van den Bosch, S Sowden, AS Gordon, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 18266, 2021
42021
Attributing Minds to Triangles: Kinematics and Observer-Animator Kinematic Similarity predict Mental State Attribution in the Animations Task
BA Schuster, DS Fraser, JJF van den Bosch, S Sowden, AS Gordon, ...
32021
Autistic kinematics diverge from the power laws that typically govern movement
JL Cook, DS Fraser, LJ Hickman, R Brewer, D Huh
bioRxiv, 2023.03. 23.532745, 2023
22023
Sound feature detection using leaky integrate-and-fire neurons
LS Smith, DS Fraser
2004 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 2004
12004
Disruption of dopamine system function impairs the human ability to understand the mental states of other people
B Schuster, S Sowden-Carvalho, A Rybicki, D Fraser, C Press, L Hickman, ...
PLoS Biology, 2024
2024
A Different Spectrum of Power Laws for Autistic Movements
J Cook, D Fraser, L Hickman, R Brewer, D Huh
INSAR 2023, 2023
2023
Dopamine challenge reduces mental state attribution accuracy
BA Schuster, S Sowden, AJ Rybicki, DS Fraser, C Press, L Hickman, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.07. 21.550065, 2023
2023
Dopaminergic manipulations affect the modulation and meta-modulation of movement speed: evidence from two pharmacological interventions
LJ Hickman, SL Sowden, DS Fraser, BA Schuster, AJ Rybicki, JM Galea, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.07. 17.549313, 2023
2023
Dopaminergic medication improves movement vigour in Parkinson's but not the adaptation of movement speed to curvature
L Hickman, D Fraser, J Galea, J Cook
MOVEMENT DISORDERS 37, S538-S538, 2022
2022
Differences Between Autistic and Non-autistic Adults in the Recognition of Anger From Dynamic Expressions Remain After Controlling for Alexithymia.
CT Keating, SL Sowden, DS Fraser, JL Cook
2020
Classification of initial segments of sounds using onset data structures
DS Fraser, LS Smith
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117 (4_Supplement), 2543-2543, 2005
2005
Onsets, autocorrelation functions and spikes for direction‐based sound source separation
LS Smith, DS Fraser
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117 (4_Supplement), 2485-2485, 2005
2005
Clustering epileptiform discharges in the interictal electroencephalogram with topography preserving maps
DS Fraser
Aston University, 1999
1999
Parkinson’s medications do not affect movement smoothness in fine motor control: limitations of medication and importance of measurement
LJ Hickman, DS Fraser, JL Cook
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