Lab Publications

Flath, M. E., Smith, A. K., & Elias, L. J. Cultural differences in lateral biases on aesthetic judgments: The effect of native reading direction. Culture and Brain, 1-10. [Link]

Duerksen, K. N., & Elias, L. J. (2018). Left wings to the left: Posing and perceived political orientation. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition23(3), 364-376. [Link]

Sedgewick, J. R., Flath, M. E., & Elias, L. J. (2017). Presenting Your Best Self (ie): The Influence of Gender on Vertical Orientation of Selfies on Tinder. Frontiers in psychology8, 604. [Link]

Friedrich, T. E., Elias, L. J., & Hunter, P. V. (2017). Crashing Left vs. Right: Examining Navigation Asymmetries Using the SHRP2 Naturalistic Driving Study Data. Frontiers in psychology8. [Link]

Friedrich, T. E., & Elias, L. J. (2016). The write bias: The influence of native writing direction on aesthetic preference biases. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 10(2), 128. [Link]

Sedgewick, J. R., & Elias, L. J. (2016). Family matters: Directionality of turning bias while kissing is modulated by context. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 1-10. [Link]

Duerksen, K. N., Friedrich, T. E., & Elias, L. J. (2015). Did Buddha turn the other cheek too? A comparison of posing biases between Jesus and Buddha. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 1-10. [Link]

Harms, V. L., Poon, L. J., Smith, A. K., & Elias, L. J. (2015). Take your seats: leftward asymmetry in classroom seating choice. Frontiers in human neuroscience, 9. [Link]

Sedgewick, J. R., Weiers, B., Stewart, A., & Elias, L. J. (2015). The thinker: opposing directionality of lighting bias within sculptural artwork. Frontiers in human neuroscience, 9. [Link]

Smith, A. K., Szelest, I., Friedrich, T. E., & Elias, L. J. (2015). Native reading direction influences lateral biases in the perception of shape from shading. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 20(4), 418-433. [Link]

Friedrich, T. E., & Elias, L. J. (2014). Behavioural asymmetries on the greyscales task: The influence of native reading direction. Culture and brain,2(2), 161-172. [Link]

Szelest, I., & Elias, L. J. (2014). Lower-right and upper-left biases within upper and lower visual fields in a circular array task 1, 2. Perceptual & Motor Skills,119(3), 861-879. [Link]

Friedrich, T. E., Harms, V. L., & Elias, L. J. (2014). Dynamic stimuli: Accentuating aesthetic preference biases. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 19(5), 549-559. [Link]

Harms, V. L., Cochran, C., & Elias, L. J. (2014). Melody and Language: An Examination of the Relationship Between Complementary Processes. Open Psychology Journal, 7, 1-8. [Link]

Harms, V. L., & Elias, L. J. (2014). Examination of Complementarity in Speech and Emotional Vocalization Perception. Psychology, 5(08), 864. [Link]

Smith, A. K., & Elias, L. J. (2013). Native reading direction and corresponding preferences for left or right-lit images 1, 2.Perceptual & Motor Skills, 116(2), 355-367. [Link]

Harms, V., Reese, M., & Elias, L. J. (2014). Lateral bias in theatre-seat choice.Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 19(1), 1-11. [Link]

Thomas, N. A., Schneider, O., Gutwin, C., & Elias, L. J. (2012). Dorsal stream contributions to perceptual asymmetries. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 18(02), 251-259. [Link]

McDine, D. A., Livingston, I. J., Thomas, N. A., & Elias, L. J. (2011). Lateral biases in lighting of abstract artwork. Laterality, 16(3), 268-279. [Link]

Thomas, N. A., & Elias, L. J. (2011). Upper and lower visual field differences in perceptual asymmetries. Brain research, 1387, 108-115. [Link]

Thomas, N. A., & Elias, L. J. (2012). Perceptual asymmetries in greyscales: Object-based versus space-based influences. Cortex, 48(5), 553-562. [Link]

Hutchison, J., Thomas, N. A., & Elias, L. (2011). Leftward lighting in advertisements increases advertisement ratings and purchase intention. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 16(4), 423-432. [Link]

Krupp, D. B., Robinson, B. M., & Elias, L. J. (2010) Free-viewing perceptual asymmetry for distance judgments: objects in right hemispace are closer than they appear. International Journal of Neuroscience, 120, 580582. [Link]

Thomas, N.A., & Elias, L.J. (2009). Do perceptual asymmetries differ in peripersonal and extrapersonal space? Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. [Link]

Thomas, N.A., Stuckel, D., Gutwin, C., & Elias, L.J. (2009). Directional collisions during a route following task. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 15: 225-230. [Link]

Thomas, N.A., Burkitt, J.A., Patrick, R.E., & Elias, L.J. (2009). The lighter side of advertising: Investigating posing and lighting biases. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition. 13: 504-513. [Link]

Patrick, R.E. & Elias, L.J. (2008). Navigational conversation impairs concurrent distance judgments. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 41, 36-41. [Link]

Suschinsky, K. Krupp, D., & Elias, L.J. (2007).  Looking for Ms. Right: Allocating Attention to Facilitate Mate Choice Decisions.  Evolutionary Psychology, 5(2) 428-441. [Link]

Rhode, L. & Elias, L.J. (2007).  Visual bisection of freely‑viewed asymmetrical stimuli. Laterality, 12(4), 347-355. [Link]

Hall, P. Fong, G.T., Epp, L.J., Elias, L.J. (2006).  Executive function moderates the intention‑behavior link for physical activity and dietary behavior.  In Press, Psychology & Health. [Link]

Saucier, D.M., Lisoway, A., Green, S., & Elias, L.J. (2006).  Female Advantage for Object Location Memory In Peripersonal But Not Extrapersonal Space.  Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society13, 1–4. [Link]

Hall, P., Elias, L.J. Crossley, M. (2006). Neurocognitive Influences on Health Behavior in a Community Sample. Health Psychology, 25(6):778‑82. [Link]

Sykes Tottenham, L., Saucier, D., Elias, L., & Gutwin, C. (2005).  Men are More Accurate at Aiming at Targets in Both Intrapersonal and Extrapersonal Space.  Perceptual and Motor Skills101, 3-12. [Link]

Robinson, B.M., Elias, L.J. (2004). Novel Stimuli are Negative Stimuli: Evidence Negative Affect is Reduced in the Mere Exposure Effect, Perceptual and Motor Skills, 100(2), 365‑72. [Link]

Elias, L.J. & Robinson, B.M. (2004).  Lateral biases in assumptions of lighting position.  Brain and Cognition, 59(3), 303‑305. [Link]

Robinson, B.M., Elias, L.J. (2005).  Novel Stimuli are Negative Stimuli:  Evidence Negative Affect is Reduced in the Mere Exposure Effect.  Perceptual and Motor Skills100(2), 365‑72. [Link]

Elias, L.J., Robinson, B., & Saucier, D.M. (2004). Rightward Biases in Free‑Viewing Visual Bisection Tasks.  Brain and Cognition, 59(3),  296‑298. [Link]

Saucier, D.M., Tessem, F.K., Sheerin, A., & Elias, L.J. (2004).  Unilateral forced nostril breathing affects dichotic listening for emotional tones.  Brain and Cognition, 55( 2), 403‑405. [Link]

Elias, L.J., Saucier, D.M., Sarty, G.E., Hardie, C. (2003).  What is unique in synaesthesia?  Behavioural and functional neuroanatomical investigations.  Cognitive Brain Research, 16, 232-237. [Link]

Elias, L.J., Saucier, D.M., Nylen, K.,  & Cheesman, J. (2003).  An examination of the female advantage in speeded colour naming: Is it due to a special naming factor or superior motor sequencing?  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 96, 955-961. [Link]

Gilleta, K., Vrbancic, M., Elias, L.J. & Saucier, D.M.  (2003).  A Mozart effect for women on a mental rotations task.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 96, 1086-1092. [Link]

Sulakhe, N., Elias, L.J., & Lejbak, L. (2003).  Hemispheric Asymmetries For Gap Detection Depend On Noise Type.  Brain and Cognition, 53(2), 372‑375. [Link]

McKibbin, K., Elias, L.J., Saucier, D.M., &  Engebregston, D. (2003).  Right‑Hemispheric Dominance for Processing Extended Non‑linguistic Frequency Transitions. Brain and Cognition, 53(2), 322‑326. [Link]

MacFadden, A., Elias, L.J., & Saucier, D.M. (2003).  Men and women scan maps similarly, but give directions differently. Brain and Cognition, 53(2), 297‑300. [Link]

Sykes-Tottenham, L., Saucier, D.M., Elias, L.J., & Gutwin, C. (2003).  Female advantage for spatial location memory in both static and dynamic environments   Brain and Cognition, 53(2), 381-383. [Link]

Saucier, D.M., Bowman, M., & Elias, L.J. (2003).  Sex differences in the effect of articulatory or spatial dual-task interference during navigation  Brain and Cognition53, 346–350. [Link]

Saucier, D.M., Green, S.M., Leason, J., MacFadden, A., Bell, S., & Elias, L.J. (2002).  Are sex differences in navigation caused by sexually dimorphic strategies or by the differences in the ability to use the strategies? Behavioral Neuroscience, 116(3), 403-410. [Link]

Elias, L.J., Saucier, D.M., Sheerin, A., & Burton, C.L. (2002).  Free viewing perceptual asymmetries for judgement of brightness and quantity: Dependence on stimulus orientation. Brain and Cognition, 48, 526-53. [Link]

Elias, L.J., Saucier, D.M., & Engebregtson, D. (2002).  Lateral differences in visual inspection time?  The role of apparent motion cues.  Brain and Cognition, 48, 342-347[Link]

Saucier, D.M. & Elias, L.J. (2002).  Laterality of phonological working memory: Dependence on type  stimulus, memory load, and sex.   Brain and Cognition, 48, 526-531[Link]

Buchanan, K.M. & Elias, L.J. (2001).  Psychological distress and family burden following spinal cord injury: Concurrent traumatic brain injury cannot be overlooked.  Axone, 22(3), 16-17. [Link]

Saucier, D.M., Elias, L.J., & Nylen, K.J. (2001). Are colours special?  An examination of the female advantage for speeded colour naming.  Personality and Individual Differences, 32, 27-35[Link]

Saucier, D.M. and Elias, L.J. (2000).  Lateral and sex differences in manual gesture during conversation. Laterality, 6(3), 239-245. [Link]

Elias, L.J., Saucier, D.M., & Guylee, M.J. (2000).  Handedness and Depression in University Students: A Sex by Handedness Interaction.  Brain and Cognition, 42(1), 125-128. [Link]

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