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Dr Thomas Morris

BA Macq, DClinNeuro Macq.

Thomas Morris

Associate Investigator

Contact Details

Office : 3.626
Phone : +61 2 9850 6858
email : thomas.morris@mq.edu.au

External Address

Department of Cognitive Science
Australian Hearing Hub
16 University Avenue
Macquarie University NSW 2109

Selected Publications

Periodicals

  • Brooks, K.R., Morris, T., & Thompson, P. (2011). Contrast and stimulus complexity moderate the relationship between spatial frequency and perceived speed: Implications for MT models of speed perception. Journal of Vision, 11(14, 19), 1–10. doi:10.1167/11.14.19
  • Vickland, V., Werner, J., Morris, T., McDonnell, G., Draper, B., Low, L.-F., & Brodaty, H. (2011). Who pays and who benefits? How different models of shared responsibilities between formal and informal carers influence projections of costs of dementia management. BMC Public Health, 11(3), 793. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-11-793
  • Brooks, K. R., Morris, T., & Thompson, P. (2010). Effects of contrast and spatial frequency on the perceived speed of simple and complex gratings. Perception, 39, 150.

Conference Presentations, Colloquia, and other presentations

  • Morris, T., Barnier, A.J., Harris, C., Savage, G., Duchek, J., Balota, D., & McIllwain, N. (2017, January). The effect of collaboration on pauses in very mild dementia. Paper presented at the Autobiographical Memory in Health and Disease Symposium, 12th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition Conference (SARMAC XII), The University of Sydney, Australia.
  • Barnier, A., Harris, C.B., Morris, T., & Savage, G. (2016, July). More than the sum of their parts: What individuals bring to group memory. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Memory (ICOM6), Budapest, Hungary.
  • Morris, T., Barnier, A., Balota, D., Duchek, J., & Harris, C. (2016, July). Using discrepancy analysis to characterize collaborative memory of older adults with and without very mild dementia. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Memory (ICOM6), Budapest, Hungary.
  • Numbers, K., Barnier, A., Harris, C., Morris, T., & Savage, G. (2016, July). “Subjective memory complainer seeks conscientious, elaborative scaffolder”: Developing a profile of successful collaboration in older couples. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Memory (ICOM6), Budapest, Hungary.
  • Harris, C.B., Browning, C., Cordonnier, A., Harris, S., Morris, T., Numbers, K., Selwood, A., & Webster, V. (2015, August). Collaborative memory: Interactive research station. Invited presentation given at the Sydney Science Fest Launch, Sydney.
  • Morris, T., & Barnier, A.J. (2015, July). Conceptualising and measuring collective cognition: Evidence for distributed cognition in long married elderly couples. Paper presented at the 19th Meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Paris, France.
  • Barnier, A., & Morris, T. (2015, June). 4 things about memory. Presentation given at the Memory Workshop for Oxley College Students, Macquarie University, Sydney.
  • Barnier, A.J., Harris, C.B., Morris, T., & Sutton, J. (2015, June). “Scaling up” in collaborative recall: From individual, to group, to collective. Paper presented at the A. Vredeveldt symposium, “Collaborative remembering in applied settings: New findings, implications, challenges and solutions” at the 11th Biennial Meeting for the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC XI), Victoria, Canada.
  • Harris, C.B., Barnier, A.J., Morris, T., Savage, G. & Balota, D. (2015, June). Older couples as remembering systems: Collaborative facilitation across personal and non-personal, episodic and semantic tasks. Paper presented at the B. Hirst & S. Rajaram symposium, “Social memory, collaborative remembering, and its consequences”, 11th Biennial Meeting for the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC XI), Victoria, Canada.
  • Morris, T. & Barnier, A.J. (2015, June). Groups as the difference between rather than the sum of their parts: Accounting for cognitive variability in collaborating groups. Paper presented at the A. Vredeveldt symposium, “Collaborative remembering in applied settings: New findings, implications, challenges and solutions” at the 11th Biennial Meeting for the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC XI), Victoria, Canada.
  • Numbers, K., Barnier, A.J., Harris, C., Morris, T., & Savage, G. (2015, June). The relationship between memory complaints, metamemory, memory performance and personality variables in healthy older adults. Poster session presented at the 11th Biennial Meeting for the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC XI), Victoria, Canada.
  • Morris, T., Barnier, A. J. Chan, S. (2014, October). Finessing hypnotic analogues of hypnotic amnesia: Extending posthypnotic amnesia to emotional, self-relevant autobiographical memories. Poster session presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (SCEH), San Antonio, USA.
  • Barnier, A. J., Harris, C., Morris, T., Savage, G., Balota, D., & Duchek, J. (2014, August). Couples as socially distributed memory systems: Intimacy, need and strategy. Invited colloquium at the Department of Psychology, Washington University, St Louis, USA.
  • Barnier, A. J., Webster, V., Harris, C. B., & Morris, T. (2014, August). Couples as socially distributed memory systems: Intimacy, need and strategy. Invited colloquium at the Eugene Lang College, The New School, New York, USA.
  • Morris, T. (2014, August). Cognitive discrepancy analysis in the detection of individuals at-risk for Alzheimer’s disease. Invited presentation given at the Knight Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centre, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, USA.
  • Vickland, V., Brodaty, H., Morris, T., & Sadsad, R. (2012, July). Virtual experiments in a multi-agent model of dementia. Paper presented at the International Simulation Multi-Conference, Genoa, Italy.
  • Brooks, K. R., Morris, T., Challinor, K., & Thompson, P. (2011, December). Can MT models of speed perception account for the effects of stimulus complexity, contrast and spatial frequency on perceived speed? Poster session presented at the Australasian Cognitive Neurosciences Conference (ACNS), Sydney.
  • Morris, T., Vickland, V., Brodaty, H., Draper, B., Werner, J., McDonnell, G., & Low, L.-F. (2011, September). Do randomised controlled trials on the treatment of dementia report the essential characteristics required for computer modelling? Poster session presented at the National Dementia Research Forum, Sydney.
  • Vickland, V., Morris, T., Brodaty, H., Draper, B., Werner, J., McDonnell, G., & Low, L.-F. (2011, September). Essential patient characteristics required for a computer model of dementia management. Poster session presented at the International Psychogeriatric Association 15th International Congress, The Hague, The Netherlands.

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