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Philip John Benson

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    • AB24 2UB

    • 650 Citations
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    Schizophrenia Medicine & Life Sciences
    Eye Movements Medicine & Life Sciences
    Body Image Medicine & Life Sciences
    Smooth Pursuit Medicine & Life Sciences
    Eye Abnormalities Medicine & Life Sciences
    Endophenotypes Medicine & Life Sciences
    Whole Body Imaging Medicine & Life Sciences
    Dyslexia Medicine & Life Sciences

    Research Output 2001 2014

    • 650 Citations
    • 18 Article
    • 5 Abstract

    Can eye movements be used as a marker for major depression?

    Nouzova, E., Beedie, S. A., Bheemaraddi, S., Kuriakose, J., Kulkarni, M., Shand, A. J., Walker, N., St Clair, D. & Benson, P. J., 2014, In : European Psychiatry. 29, supplement 1, 1 p., EPA-112.

    Research output: Contribution to journalAbstract

    15 Citations (Scopus)

    Body image, shape, and volumetric assessments using 3D whole body laser scanning and 2D digital photography in females with a diagnosed eating disorder: Preliminary novel findings

    Stewart, A., Klein, S., Young, J., Simpson, S., Lee, A. J., Harrild, K. A., Crockett, P. & Benson, P. J., May 2012, In : British Journal of Psychology. 103, 2, p. 183-202 21 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Whole Body Imaging
    Body Image
    Photography
    Lasers
    Anorexia
    59 Citations (Scopus)

    Simple viewing tests can detect eye movement abnormalities that distinguish schizophrenia cases from controls with exceptional accuracy

    Benson, P. J., Beedie, S. A., Shephard, E., Giegling, I., Rujescu, D. & St Clair, D., 1 Nov 2012, In : Biological Psychiatry. 72, 9, p. 716-724 9 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Eye Abnormalities
    Eye Movements
    Schizophrenia
    Smooth Pursuit
    Neural Networks (Computer)

    A classification model of schizophrenia using a multivariate eye movement phenotype

    Benson, P. J., Beedie, S. A., Giegling, I., Rujescu, D. & St Clair, D. M., 2010, In : European Psychiatry. 25, S1, p. 611 1 p., P01-398.

    Research output: Contribution to journalAbstract

    Fuzzy scheduling: visual and auditory temporal comparison deficits in developmental dyslexia

    Benson, P. J., Wallace, L. & Beedie, S. A., Sep 2010, In : Perception. 39, ECVP Abstract Supplement, p. 188 1 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalAbstract

    Dyslexia
    Medical problems
    Brain
    Education
    Scheduling