*signifies articles in publications that are not peer-reviewed, classified as "Outreach".

278. Wilkins, A. J. (2024). Re: efficacy of coloured lenses for patients diagnosed with visual stress. Clinical and Experimental Optometry, 1–2.

277. Laycox, C. A., Thompson, R., Haggerty, J. A., Wilkins, A. J., & Haigh, S. M. (2024). Flicker and reading speed: Effects on individuals with visual sensitivity.  Perception, in press.

276. Gal E, Gispets J, Wilkins A, Zyroff M, Netanya E, Gantz L. (2024). Assessment of a Clinical Test for Detection of Alteration in Visual Perception Due to Astigmatism. Clinical Ophthalmology 18; 723–733.

275. Penacchio, O., Otazu, X., Wilkins, A.J & Haigh, S.M. (2023). A mechanistic account of visual discomfort. Front. Neurosci. 17:1200661. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2023.1200661 

274. Veitch, J.A., Van Roon P., D'Angiulli, A., Wilkins, A., Lehman, B., Burns, G.J. & Dikel, E.E. Effects of temporal light modulation on cognitive performance, eye movements and brain function. LEUKOS, DOI 10.1080/15502724.2023.217088

273. Christy Lai-Ming Hui,  Stephanie Ming-Yin Wong,  Terrence Yat-To Yu,  Terry Tak-Yee Lau,  Olivia Choi,  Samantha Tsang,  Yi-Nam Suen,  Bess Yin-Hung Lam,  Corine Sau-Man Wong,  Simon Sai-Yu Lui,  Kai-Tai Chan,  Michael Tak-Hing Wong,  Gloria Hoi-Yan Wong,  Sherry Kit-Wa Chan,  Edwin Ho-Ming Lee,  Wing-Chung Chang,  Arnold Wilkins &  Eric Yu-Hai Chen. Visual‑stress‑related cortical excitability as a prospective marker for symptoms of depression and anxiety in young people. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience

272. Wilkins, A.J., Evans, B.J.W. (2022) Vision, Reading difficulties and Visual Stress. Springer.

271. Wilkins, A.J., Evans, B.J.W. & Plant, G.T. Potential uses for precision tinted lenses in a neurology clinic. touchNeuro in press

270. Fisher, R., Achara, J., Baumer, F., French, J., Parisi P., Solodar, J., Szaflarski, J., Thio, L., Tolchin, B. Wilkins, A. Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenite, D. (2022). Visually-provoked seizures: an updated review by the Epilepsy Foundation. Epilepsia, in press.

269. Penacchio, O., Haigh, S.M., Ross, X., Ferguson, R., Wilkins, A.J. (2021). Visual Discomfort and Variations in Chromaticity in Art and Nature. Frontiers in Neuroscience,

268. Huang, J. Wilkins, A.J. (2021) The functional network of the visual cortex is altered in migraine. Vision (Basel), 18;5(4):57

267. Wilkins A.J. & Cooper, N. (2021) Treatment of cluster headache in a different light: a case report. touchREVIEWS in Neurology, 17(2),110-11.

266. Gilchrist, J.M., Allen, P.M., Monger, L., Srinivasan, K., Wilkins A. (2021) Precision, Reliability and Application of the Wilkins Rate of Reading Test. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics. 41(6), 1198-1208.

265. Brinciotti, M., Wilkins, A.J., Penacchio, O. & Matricardi, M. (2021). Pattern-sensitive epileptic patients use uncomfortable visual stimuli to self-induce seizures. Epilepsy and Behaviour, 122

264. Wilkins, A.J., Haigh, S.M., Mahroo, O.A. Plant, G.T. (2021) Photophobia in migraine: a symptom cluster? Cephalalgia, 41(11-12):1240-1248.

263. Wilkins, A.J. Fear of light: on the cause and remediation of photophobia. (2021). Lighting Research and Technology, 53:395-404.

262. Wilkins, A.J. Visual stress: origins and treatment. CNS 2021 (6), 1-13.

261. Srinivasan, K., Gilchrist, J., Krishnan, G., Wilkins, A. & Allen, P. (2019). Clinical use of the Kannada and English Rate of Reading Tests. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, Article 2116, doi: 10.3389/psyg.2019.02116.

260*. Wilkins, A.J. (2020). Response to "Optical lens tinting - a review of its functional mechanism, efficacy, and applications." US Ophthalmic Review, 13(1), 16.

259. Le, A.T.D., Cole, G.G., Wilkins, A.J. (2020). Trypophobia: heart rate, heart rate variability and haemodynamic response. Journal of Affective Disorders, 274:1147-1151.

258. Yoshimoto, S., Jiang, F., Takeuchi, T., Wilkins, A.J. & Webster, M.A. (2020). Visual discomfort from flicker: Effects of mean light level and contrast. Vision Research, 173, 50-60.

257. Park, S.W., Lee, C-S., Kang, H.R., Pak, H.S. and Wilkins, A. (2019). Visibility of the phantom array effect according to luminance, chromaticity and geometry. Lighting Res. Technol. 52, 377-388.

256. Yoshimoto, S., Jian, F., Takeuchi, T., Wilkins, A.J. & Webster, M.A. (2020). Visual discomfort from flicker: effects of mean light level and contrast. Vision Research, 173,50-60.

255. Vieira, A. van der Linde, I., Bright, P. and Wilkins, A. (2020). Preference for lighting chromaticity in migraine with aura. Headache, 60(6):1124-1131.

254. Wilkins, A., Smith, K. & Penacchio, O. (2020). The influence of typography on algorithms that predict the speed and comfort of reading. Vision (Basel), 4(1), 18;

253. Ludlow, A.K., Giannadou, A., Franklin, A., Allen, P.M., Simmons, D.R. & Wilkins, A.J. (2020). The possible use of precision tinted lenses to improve social cognition in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Vision Research 170: 53-59.

252. Alkhalifa, F., Wilkins, A., Almurbati, N. & Pinelo J. (2020). Examining the visual effect of trypophobic repetitive pattern in contemporary urban environments: Bahrain as a case for Middle East countries. Journal of Architecture and Urbanism. 44(1), 44-51.

251. Wilkins, A.J. (2019). Darwin versus visual discomfort. Vilagitastechnikai Evkonyv 2018-2019, 4-19.

250. Aldrich, A., Hibbard, P., Wilkins, A. (2019). Vision and hyper-responsiveness in migraine.  Vision (Basel), 11 , 3(4), 62; doi:10.3390/vision3040062

249. Brown, E., Foulsham, T., Lee, C-s., Wilkins A. (2020). Visibility of temporal light artefact from flicker at 11kHz. Lighting Research and Technology, 52:371-376.

248. Yoshimoto, S. Jiang, F., Takeuchi, T., Wilkins, A.J. and Webster, M.A. (2019). Adaptation and visual discomfort from flicker. Vision Research, 160, 99-107.

247. Aldrich, A. Lovell-Patel, R., Allen, P. Wilkins, A.J. (2018). The repeatability of colorimetry is precise(ly) as expected. Neuro-ophthalmology and Visual Neuroscience, 3(1), 1-6.

246. Wilkins, A.J. Penacchio, O. and Leonards, U. (2018). The built environment and its patterns: a view from the vision sciences. SDAR Journal of Sustainable Design and Applied Research, 6, (1) 41-48.

245. Wilkins, A.J. (2018). Illumination from Darwin and discomfort from illumination.  Paper presented at the 16th International Symposium on the Science and Technology of Lighting. Sheffield UK.

244. Srinivasan, K., Krishnan, G., Wilkins, A.J., Allen, P. (2018). Reliability and validity of a Kannada rate of reading test. Indian Journal of Ophthalmology 807. DOI 10.4103/ijo.IJO_807_17

243. Boyce, P.R. and Wilkins, A.J. (2018). Visual discomfort indoors. Lighting Research and Technology, 50, 98-114.

242. Haigh, S.M., Cooper, N.R. and Wilkins, A.J. (2017). Chromaticity separation and the alpha response. Neuropsychologia, 108, 1-5.

241. Yoshimoto, S. Garcia, J., Jiang, F. Wilkins, A.J., Takeuchi, T. and Webster, M.A. (2017). Visual discomfort and flicker. Vision Research 138, 18-28.

240. Evans,B.J.W., Allen, P.M. and Wilkins, A.J.(2017). A Delphi study to develop practical diagnostic guidelines for visual stress (pattern-related visual stress) Journal of Optometry 10(3), 161-168. 

239. Cheong, Y.H., So, R.H., Wilkins A.J. (2016). How vertical stripes affect recognition of Chinese characters. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Florida (abstract).

238. Le, A.T., Payne, J.R., Clarke, C.L., Kelly, M.A., Prudenziati, F., Armsby, E., Penacchio, O., Wilkins, A.J. (2017). Discomfort from urban scenes: metabolic consequences. Landscape and Urban Planning, 160, 61-68.

237. Wilkins, A.J. (2016). Risk of bias in assessing Risk of Bias. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 37, 107-8.

236. Cheong, Y.H., So, R.H., Wilkins A.J. (2015). How vertical stripes affect recognition of Chinese characters. The Fifth International Symposium on Visual Image Safety (VIMS2015) Tokyo Japan.pp 15-16.

235. Ludlow, A.K. & Wilkins, A.J. (2016). Atypical sensory behaviours in children with Tourette's Syndrome and in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 56, 108-116.

234. Engel, S.A., Wilkins, A.J., Mand, S., Helwig, N.E., & Allen, P.M. (2016). Habitual wearers of colored lenses adapt more rapidly to the color changes the lenses produce. Vision Research,125, 41-48.

233. Mynt, J., Latham, K., Mann, D., Gomersall, Wilkins AJ, & Allen PM. (2016). The relationship between visual function and performance in rifle shooting for athletes with vision impairment. DMJ Open Sport Exerc Med 2016; 2:e00008 doi 1136/bmjsem-2015-000080.

232. Monger, L.J. Wilkins, A.J. & Allen, P.M. (2016) Pattern glare: the effects of contrast and color. Front. Psychol 6:1651

231. Le A.T.D., Cole, G, Wilkins A.J. (2015). Assessment of trypophobia and an analysis of its visual precipitation. Q. J. Exp. Psychol. (Hove).  Nov;68(11):2304-22. doi: 10.1080/17470218.2015.1013970. Epub 2015 Mar 11

230. Whitaker, L., Jones, C.R.G. Wilkins, A.J. & Roberson, D. (2015). Judging the intensity of emotional expression in faces: the effects of coloured tints on individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Autism Research, 9(4):450-9. Epub 2015 Jun 8.

229. Wilkins, A.J. (2016). A physiological basis for visual discomfort: application in lighting design. Lighting Research and Technology, 48: 44-54.

228*.  Wilkins, A.J., Allen, P.M.,Monger, L. and Gilchrist, J. (2016). Visual stress and dyslexia for the practising optometrist. Optometry in Practice, 17, (2).

227. Monger, L.J., Shah, D. Wilkins, A.J. Allen, P.M. (2016). The effect of viewing distance on responses to the Pattern Glare Test. Clinical and Experimental Optometry, 99(1):47-50.

226. Hollingsworth, R.S., Ludlow, A.K., Wilkins A.J., Calver, R.I. and Allen, P. (2015). Visual performance and the use of colored filters in children who are deaf. Optometry and Vision Science, 92(6), 690-699.226.

225. Haigh, S.M., Cooper, N.R. & Wilkins, A.J. (2015). Cortical excitability and the shape of the haemodynamic response. Neuroimage, 111, 379-384.

224. Penacchio, O. & Wilkins A. (2015). Visual discomfort and the spatial distribution of Fourier energy. Vision Research 108, 1-7.

223. Monger, L, Wilkins A, and Allen P. (2015) Identifying visual stress during a routine eye examination. Journal of Optometry 11.

222*. Wilkins, A. (2014). CFF is a seductive but misleading concept. Leader. Lighting Research and Technology, 46, 368.

221. Wilkins, A.J. and Kiff, I. (2015). On the clarity of the music stave.  Psychology of Music, 43(6), 870-880.

220. Lehman, B. and Wilkins A.J. (2014). Designing to mitigate the effects of flicker in LED lighting. IEEE Power Electronics Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 3, September.

219. Veitch, Van Roon, P. Angiulli, A. Wilkins, A., Lehman, B., Burns, G.J. Dikel, E.E. (2014) Effects of luminous modulation on cognitive performance, eye movements and brain function. National Research Council Canada Client Report B3249.5.

218. Wilkins, A.J. Haigh S.M. Hibbard, P.B., and Huang, J. (2014). Haemodynamics, hypermetabolism and homeostasis. Proceedings ISOTT, London .

217. Haigh, S. M., Karanovic, O., Wilkinson, F., and Wilkins, A. J. (2012). Cortical hyperexcitability in migraine and aversion to patterns. Cephalalgia, 32(3):236-40.

216. Hollingsworth, R., Ludlow, A.K., Wilkins, A.J., Calver, R. and Allen P.M. (2014). Visual performance and ocular abnormalities in deaf children and young adults: a literature review. Acta Ophthalmologica, 92(4), 305-310.

215. Wilkins A.J. and Hibbard P.B. (2014). Discomfort and hypermetabolism. Proceedings of the 50th Anniversary Convention of the AISB,1st 4th April 2014, Goldsmiths, University of London.

214. Haigh, S.M., Barningham, L., Berntsen, M,, Coutts, L.V., Hobbs, E.S.T., Irabor, J.,Lever, E.M., Tang, P., Wilkins A.J. (2013). Discomfort and the cortical haemodynamic response to coloured gratings. Vision Research 89, 47-53.

*213. Wilkins, A.J. (2013). Seeing text. In The Dyslexia Handbook Ed A. Fawcett and K. Saunders. The British Dyslexia Association: Bracknell.

212. Haigh, S.M., Jaschinski, W., Allen, P.M. and Wilkins, A.J. (2013). Accommodation to uncomfortable patterns. Perception, 42, 208-222.

211. Allen, P.M., Dedi, S., Kumar, D., Patel, T., Aloo, M. and Wilkins, A.J. (2012) Accommodation, pattern glare, and coloured overlays. Perception, 41(12), 1458-67.

210. Cole G.G. and Wilkins A.J. (2013) Fear of holes. Psychological Science, 24 (10), 1980-1985.

209. Atallah, P.  Pelah, A.. and Wilkins, A.. (2012). Visual stress symptoms from stereoscopic television, IEEE Signal Processing Society, Proceedings of the International Conference on 3D Imaging 2012 (I3CD 2012), Liege, Belgium, 3-5 Dec 2012.

208. Braithwaite, J.J., Broglia, E., Brincat, O., Stapley, L. Wilkins, A.J., Takahashi, C. (i2013) Signs of increased cortical hyperexcitability selectively associated with spontaneous anomalous bodily experiences in a non-clinical population. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry,

207.Roberts J.E. and Wilkins, A.J. (2013). Flicker can be perceived during saccades at frequencies in excess of 1kHz. Lighting Research and Technology, 45, 124-132.

206. Wilkins, A.J. (2012). Origins of visual stress. In J. Stein and Z. Kapoula (ed.) Visual aspects of dyslexia. Oxford University Press: Oxford. pp 63-78.

205. Coutts, L.V. Cooper, C.E., Elwell, C.E. and Wilkins, A.J. (2012). Time course of the haemodynamic response to visual stimulation in migraine, measured using near-infrared spectroscopy. Cephalalgia, 32(8), 621-9.

204. Ludlow, A.K. Taylor-Whiffen, E. and Wilkins, A.J. (2012). Coloured filters enhance the visual perception of social cues in children with autism spectrum disorders. ISRN Neurology, 2012, 298098.

203. *Allen P.M., Evans, B.J.W. and Wilkins, A.J. (2012) The uses of colour in optometric practice to ameliorate symptoms of visual stress.Optometry in Practice 13 (1) 1-8

202. Braithwaite, J.J., Broglia, E., Bagshaw, A.P. and Wilkins, A.J. (2013). Evidence of elevated cortical hyperexcitability and its association with out-of-body experiences in the non-clinical population: new findings from a pattern-glare task. Cortex, 49(3), 793-80 European5.

201. Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenite, D., Rubboli, G., Hirsch, E., Martins da Silva, A., Seri, S., Wilkins, A., Parra, J., Covanis, A., Elia, M., Capovilla, G., Stephani, U., Harding, G. (2012). Methodlogy of phitic stimulation revisited: updated European algorithm for visual stimulation in the EEG laboratory. Epilepsia, 53(1), 16-24.

200. Huang, J., Zong, X., Wilkins, A., Jenkins, B., Bozoki, A. and Cao, Y. (2011). fMRI evidence that precision ophthalmic tints reduce cortical hyperactivation in migraine. Cephalalgia , 31(8), 925-36.

199. Lehman, B., Wilkins, A., Berman, S., Poplwski, M. and Miller N.J. (2011). Proposing measures of flicker in the low frequencies for lighting applications. In Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), 2011 IEEE 2865-2872

198. Khalil, N.F, Nicotra, A, and Wilkins, A.J. (2011). Asymmetry of visual function in migraine with aura: correlation with lateralisation of headache and aura. Cephalalgia 31(2), 213-212.

197. Wilkins, A.J. (2010). Pattern sensitive epilepsy.In Atlas of the Epilepsies. Ed Panayiotopoulos, C. P, Benbadis, S.R. et al. Springer: London.

196. Jainta, S, Jaschinski,W, and Wilkins, A.J. (2010). Periodic letter strokes within a word affect fixation disparity during reading. Journal of Vision,10(13), 2.

195. Wilkins,A .J., Veitch, J. and Lehman, B. (2010), LED lighting flicker and potential health concerns: IEEE standard PAR1789 update. IEEE ECCE, 171-178.

194. Juricevic, I, Land, L, Wilkins, A.J. and Webster, M.A. (2010). Visual discomfort and natural image statistics.Perception, 39(7), 884-899.

193a. Wilkins AJ, Evans BJ. Visual stress, its treatment with spectral filters, and its relationship to visually induced motion sickness. Appl Ergon. 2010 Jul;41(4):509-15. doi: 10.1016/j.apergo.2009.01.011. Epub 2009 Mar 14. PMID: 19286164.

193.Allen, P.M, Hussain, A, Usherwood, C, and Wilkins, A.J. (2010). Pattern-related visual stress, chromaticity and accommodation.Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science, 51(12), 6843-6849.

192. Allen, P.M, Evans, B.J.W, Wilkins, A.J. (2010). Vision and Reading Difficulties. Ten Alps Creative: London

191a. References for the articles in Optometry Today.

191*. Allen, P, Evans, B.J.W.and Wilkins A.J. (2009).*. Vision and Reading Difficulties Part 5: Clinical protocol and the role of the eye-care practitioner. Optometry Today 22 May, 30-36.

190*. Wilkins A.J, Allen, P. and Evans, B.J.W. (2009).Vision and Reading Difficulties Part 4: Coloured filters - how do they work? Optometry Today 24 April, 30-37.

189*. Wilkins A.J, Evans, B.J.W. and Allen, P. (2009).Vision and Reading Difficulties Part 3: Coloured filters - do they work? Optometry Today 27 Mar, 30-38.

188*. Evans, B.J.W, Allen, P. and Wilkins A.J. (2009).Vision and Reading Difficulties Part 2: Optometric correlates of reading difficulties. Optometry Today 27 Feb, 30-38.

187*. Allen, P, Evans, B.J.W. and Wilkins A.J. (2009).*. Vision and Reading Difficulties Part 1: Specific learning difficulties and vision. Optometry Today 31 Jan, 30-36.

186. Smedley, A.R.D, Webb, A.R. and Wilkins, A.J. (2010). Potential of wind turbines to cause epileptic seizures under various meteorological conditions. Epilepsia 51(7), 1146-1151.

185. Wilkins, A, Cleave, R, Grayson, N and Wilson, L. (2009). Typography for children may be inappropriately designed. Journal of Research in Reading, 32(4), 402-412.

184. Wilkins, A.J. and Evans, B,J,W. (2009). Visual stress, its treatment with spectral filters, and its relationship to visually induced motion sickness. Applied Ergonomics 41(4), 509-515.

183. Winterbottom, M. and Wilkins, A.J. (2009). Lighting and discomfort in the classroom. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 29, 63-75.

182. Ludlow, A.K. and Wilkins, A.J. (2009). Color as a therapeutic intervention. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 39(5), 815-818.

181. Harding, G.F.A, Harding, P. and Wilkins A.J. (2008). Wind turbines, flicker and photosensitive epilepsy: Characterising the flashing that may precipitate seizures and optimising guidelines to prevent them. Epilepsia, 49(6), 1095 - 1098.

180. Fernandez, D. and Wilkins A.J. (2008). Uncomfortable images in art and nature. Perception, 37(7), 1098 1113.

179. Wilkins, A.J. Huang, J. and Cao, Y. (2007). Prevention of visual stress and migraine with precision spectral filters. Drug Development Research, 68, 469-475.

178. Ludlow, A.K, Wilkins, A. J, and Heaton, P. (2008). Coloured overlays enhance visual perceptual performance in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 2(3), 498-515

177. Wilkins, AJ, Smith, J, Willison, C.K, Beare, T, Boyd, A, Hardy, G, Mell, L, Peach, C. Harper, S. (2007). Stripes within words affect reading. Perception, 36(12), 1788-1803.

176. Newman Wright,B., Wilkins, A.J. and Zoukos, Y. (2007). Spectral filters can improve reading and visual search in patients with multiple sclerosis. Journal of Neurology, 254(12):1729-1735.

175. Smith, L. and Wilkins, A.J. (2007). How many overlay colours are necessary to increase reading speed? A comparison of two systems. Journal of Research in Reading 30, 332-34.

174. Riddell, P.M., Wilkins, A.J., and Hainline, L. (2006). The Effect of Colored Lenses on the Visual Evoked Response in Children With Visual Stress. Optometry & Vision Science. 83(5):299-305.

173. Ludlow,A.K., Wilkins, A.J., and Heaton, P. (2006). The Effect of Coloured Overlays on Reading Ability in Children with Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 36(4):507-16.

172. Griffin, M. Prior, D., Cooper, C.E., Wilkins, A.J. and Elwell, C.E. (2006). Near infrared spectroscopy as a non-invasive assessment of cortical abnormality in migraine? Oxygen transport to tissue XXVII, 203-208.

171.DAth, P.J., Thomson, W.D., Wilkins, A.J. (2006). Memory for the color of non-monochromatic lights. Color Research and Application, 32(1), 11-15.

170*.Wilkins, A.J. (2005). Dyslexia: medical fact or fiction. Optometry Today, October 7.

169. Wilkins, A., Emmett, J., Harding, G. (2005). Characterizing the patterned images that precipitate seizures and optimizing guidelines to prevent them. Epilepsia, 46, 1212-1218.

168.Fisher RS, Harding G, Erba G, Barkley GL, Wilkins A. (2005). Photic- and pattern-induced seizures: a review for the Epilepsy Foundation of America Working Group.Epilepsia,46 (9), 1426-1441.

167.Harding G, Wilkins AJ, Erba G, Barkley GL, Fisher RS. (2005). Photic- and pattern-induced seizures: expert consensus of the Epilepsy Foundation of America Working Group.Epilepsia,46(9), 1423-5

166. Wilkins, A.J., Sihra, N. and Nimmo-Smith, I. (2005). How precise do precision tints have to be and how many are necessary.Ophthal. Physiol. Opt. 25, 269-276.

165. Wilkins, A.J. (2005). Visual stress in neurological disease. Advances in clinical neuroscience and rehabilitation. 4(6), 22-23.

164. Wilkins, A.J., Sihra, N. and Myers, A. (2005). Increasing reading speed using colours: issues concerning reliability and specificity, and their theoretical and practical implications Perception, 34, 109-120.

163. Wilkins, A.J., Huang, J. and Cao, Y. (2004). Visual stress theory and its application to reading and reading tests. Journal of Research in Reading, 27, (2), 152-162.

162. Covanis, A., Stodieck, S.R. and Wilkins, A.J. (2004) Treatment of photosensitivity. Epilepsia, 45, (Suppl. 1):40-45.

161. Wilkins, A.J., Bonanni, P., Porciatti, V., Guerrini, R. (2004). Physiology of human photosensitivity. Epilepsia, 45(Suppl. 1):7-13.

160. Huang, J., Wilkins, A., and Cao, Y. (2004). Mechanisms whereby precision spectral filters reduce visual stress: an fMRI study. Tenth Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, June 13-17, 2004, Budapest, Hungary.

159. Waldie, M. Wilkins, A.J. (2004). How large does an overlay have to be? Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 24(1), 57-60.

158. Wilkins, A.J. (2003). Reading through Colour. Wiley: Chichester. ISBN 0-470-85116-3

157. Wilkins, A.J., Patel, R. Adjamian, R., Evans, B.J.W. (2002). Tinted spectacles and visually sensitive migraine. Cephalalgia, 22, 711-719.

156. Wilkins, A.J. (2002). Coloured overlays and their effects on reading speed: a review. Ophthal. Physiol. Opt., 22, 448-454.

155. Evans, B.J.W., Patel, R., Wilkins, A.J. (2002). Optometric function in visually sensitive migraine before and after treatment with tinted spectacles. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 22, 130-142.

154. Hughes, L.E. and Wilkins, A.J. (2002). Reading at a distance: implications for the design of text in childrens big books. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 72(2), 213-226.

153. Scott, L., McWhinnie, H., Taylor, L., Stevenson, N.,Irons, P.,Lewis, E.,Evans, M., Evans, B., Wilkins, A., (2002). Coloured overlays in schools: orthoptic and optometric findings. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 22, 156-165.

152. Bouldoukian, J., Wilkins, A.J., Evans, B.J.W. (2002). Randomised control trial of the effect of coloured overlays on the rate of reading of people with specific learning difficulties. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 22(1), 55-60.

151. Wilkins, A.J. and Evans, B.J.W. (2001). Pattern Glare Test. IOO Marketing Ltd., London.

150. Binnie, C. D. Emmett, J. Gardiner, P. Harding, G.F.A. Harrison, D. and Wilkins A. J. (2001). Characterizing the flashing television images that precipitate seizures. SMPTE Journal, August..

149. Simmers, A.J., Bex, P.J., Smith F.K.H. and Wilkins A.J. (2001). Spatiotemporal visual function in tinted lens wearers. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 42(3), 879-884.

148. Simmers, A.J., Gray, L.S. and Wilkins, A.J. (2001). The influence of tinted lenses upon ocular accommodation. Vision Research, 41, 1229-1238.

147. Evans, B.J.W. and Wilkins, A.J. (2001). A new near vision test card. Optometry Today, Dec 15.

146. Evans, B.J.W. and Wilkins, A.J. (2001). Institute of Optometry Near Test Card. IOO Marketing Ltd., London.

145. Wilkins, A.J., Lewis, E., Smith, F. and Rowland, E. (2001). Coloured overlays and their benefit for reading. Journal of Research in Reading, 24(1), 41-64.

144. Hughes, L.E. and Wilkins, A.J. (2000). Typography in childrens reading schemes may be suboptimal: evidence from measures of reading rate. Journal of Research in Reading, 23(3), 314-324.

143. Wilkins, A.J. and Sihra, N. (2000). A colorizer for use in determining an optimal ophthalmic tint. Color Research and Application, 26(3), 246-253.

142. Evans, B.J.W., Lightstone, A., Eperjesi, F., Duffy, J., Speedwell, L., Patel, R. and Wilkins A.J. (1999) A review of the management of 323 consecutive patients seen in a specific learning difficulties clinic. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 19(6), 454-466.

141. Kasteleijn-Nost Trenite, D.G.A., Binnie, C.D., Harding, G.F.A., Wilkins, A. (1999). Photic stimulation: standardization of screening methods. Epilepsia 40, (Suppl. 4) 75-79.

140. Kasteleijn-Nost Trenite, D.G.A., Binnie, C.D., Haring, G.F.A., Wilkins, A., Covanis, T., Eeg-Olofsson, O., Goosens, L., Henriksen, O., Kramer, G., Leyton, F., Pedersen, B., Ricci, S., Rubboli, G., Spekreijse, H., Waltz, S. (1999). Medical technology assessment: photic stimulation - standardization of screening methods. Neurophysiol. Clin. 29, 318-324.

139. Simmers, A.J., Gray, L.S. and Wilkins, A. (1999). The influence of Precision Tinted lenses upon ocular accommodation. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. ( Suppl.) 40, No. 4, 361.

138. Wilkins, A.J., Baker, A., Amin, D. Smith, S., Bradford, J. Boniface, S., Zaiwalla, Z., Besag, F.M.C., Binnie, C.D. and Fish, D. (1999). Treatment of photosensitive epilepsy using coloured filters. Seizure, 8, 444-449.

137. Wilkins, A.J., Lewis, E. (1999). Coloured overlays, text and texture. Perception, 28, 641-650.

136. Lightstone, A., Lightstone, T, Wilkins, A.J. (1999). Both coloured overlays and coloured lenses can improve reading fluency, but their optimal chromaticities differ. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 19(4), 279-285.

135. Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenite, D.G.A., Binnie, C.D., Harding, G.F.A. and Wilkins, A. (1998). Photic stimulation (IPS) during EEG in epilepsy. Electroencephalogr. Clin. Neurophysiol. [Suppl. 1001], 109: 20.

134. Binnie, C.D. and Wilkins, A.J. (1998). Visually induced seizures not caused by flicker. In Reflex Seizures and Reflex Epilepsies, Zifkin, B.G., Andermann, F., Baumanoir, A. and Rowan, A.J. (Eds), Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, pp. 123 - 138.

133. Binnie, C.D. and Wilkins, A.J. (1997). Ecstatic seizures induced by television. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 63, 273.

132. Sellen, A.J., Louie, G., Harris, J.E., Wilkins, A.J. (1997). What brings intentions to mind?: An in situ study of prospective memory. Memory, 5(4), 483-507.

131. Chen E.Y.H., Lam, L.C.W., Chen, R.Y.L., Nguyen, D.G.H., Chan, C.K.Y., Wilkins, A.J. (1997). Neuropsychological correlates of sustained attention in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research 24, 299-310.

130. Jeanes, R., Busby, A., Martin, J., Lewis, E., Stevenson, N., Pointon, D., and Wilkins A.J. (1997). Prolonged use of coloured overlays for classroom reading. British Journal of Psychology, 88, 531-548.

129. Wilkins, A.J. (1996). Helping reading with colour.Dyslexia Review, 7(3).

128. Wilkins, A.J. (1996). A system for precision ophthalmic tinting and its role in the treatment of visual stress. In: C.M. Dickinson, I. J. Murray, and D. Garden (Eds), John Dalton's Colour Vision Legacy. London; Taylor and Francis, pp. 695-708.

127. Evans, B. J. W., Wilkins, A. J., Busby, A., Jeanes, R., (1996). Optometric characteristics of children with reading difficulties who report a benefit from coloured filters. In: C.M. Dickinson, I. J. Murray, and D. Garden (Eds), John Dalton's Colour Vision Legacy. London; Taylor and Francis, pp. 709-715.


126. Wilkins, L.T., and Wilkins, A.J. (1996). Guidelines for rationing. British Medical Journal, 313(7064), 558.

125. Chronicle, E.P. and Wilkins, A.J. (1996). Gratings that induce distortions mask superimposed targets. Perception, 25, 661-668.

124. Wilkins, A.J. , Jeanes, R.J., Pumfrey, P.D. and Laskier, M. (1996). Rate of Reading Test: its reliability, and its validity in the assessment of the effects of coloured overlays. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 16, 491-497.

123. Evans, B.J.W., Wilkins, A.J., J. Brown, A. Busby, A. Wingfield, R. Jeanes and J. Bald (1996). A preliminary investigation into the aetiology of Meares-Irlen syndrome. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 16(4), 286-296.

122. Wilkins, A.J. (1995). Towards an understanding of reflex epilepsy and the absence. In J.S.Duncan and C.P.Panayiotopoulos (eds) Typical Absences and Related Epileptic Syndromes. London: Churchill, pp 196-205. 

121a. Evans, B.J.W. Busby, A. Jeanes, R., Wilkina, A.J. (1995).Optometric correlates of Meares-Irlen syndrome: a matched group study. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 15(5),481-487. 

121. Wilkins, A.J. (1995) Visual Stress. Oxford University Press. 194 pp.

120. Tyrrell, R., Holland, K., Dennis, D. and Wilkins, A.J. (1995). Coloured overlays, visual discomfort, visual search and classroom reading. Journal of Research in Reading, 18(1), 10-23.

119. Chronicle, E.P., Wilkins, A.J. and Coleston, D.M. (1995) Thresholds for detection of a target against a background grating suggest visual dysfunction in migraine with aura but not migraine without aura. Cephalalgia, 15, 117-22.

118. Chen, E., McKenna, P. and Wilkins, A.J. (1995). Semantic processing and categorisation in schizophrenia. In A. Sims (ed.), Speech and Language Disorders in Psychiatry. Gaskell, London. pp.126-137.

117. Wilkins, A.J., Evans, B.J.W., Brown, J.A., Busby, A.E., Wingfield, A.E., Jeanes, R.J. and Bald, J. (1994). Double-masked placebo-controlled trial of precision spectral filters in children who use coloured overlays. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 14(4), 365-370.

116. Wilkins, A.J. (1994) Reading and individual preferences for illuminant chromaticity. Proceedings, Lux Europa, Edinburgh.

115. Wilkins, A.J. (1994) Overlays for classroom and optometric use. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 14, 97-99.

114. Wilkins, A.J. (1994) Apparatus for and a method of obtaining an ophthalmic tint. UK Patent No. 2,246,427. 4th May.

113. Wilkins, A.J. (1994) Photosensitive epilepsy associated with playing computer games. A review commissioned by the Consumer Safety Unit of the Department of Trade and Industry.

112. Wilkins, A.J. (1994) Sources of visual stress. Proceedings of the CIE Conference, Vienna.

111. Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenite, D.G.A., Dekker, E., Spekreijse, G.J.F., Brekelmans, G.J.F., Wilkins, A.J. and van Emde Boas, W. (1994) The role of television, videogames and computers in epileptic photosensitive patients: preliminary results. Epilepsia. (Abstract only).

110. Chen, E.Y.H., Wilkins, A.J., McKenna, P.J. (1994) Semantic memory is both impaired and anomalous in schizophrenia. Psychological Medicine, 24, 193-202.

109. Binnie, C.D., Harding, G.F.A., Richens, A. and Wilkins, A. (1994). Video games and epileptic seizures - a consensus statement. Seizure, 3, 245-246.

108. Wilkins, A.J. (1993) Intuitive overlays for use by teachers and optometrists. Institute of Optometry Marketing.

107. Wilkins, A.J. (1993) A system for precision ophthalmic tinting: manual for the intuitive colorimeter. Cerium Visual Technologies. pp.27.

106. Wilkins, A.J. (1993) Reading and visual discomfort. In D. Willows, R. Kruk amp; E. Corcos (ed.), Visual Processes in Reading and Reading Disabilities, Erlbaum Associates New Jersey. pp.435-456.

105. Wilkins, A.J. (1993) Health and efficiency in lighting practice. Energy, 18(2), 123-129.

104. Maclachlan, A. Yale, S. and Wilkins, A.J. (1993) Open trials of precision ophthalmic tinting: 1-year follow-up of 55 patients. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 13, 175-178.

103. Kennard, C. and Wilkins, A.J. (1993) Special Sensation. In R. Greenwood M.P Barnes, T.M.McMillan amp; C.D. Ward (ed.), Neurological Rehabilitation. Churchill Livingstone: Edinbugh.

102. Wilkins, A.J., Milroy, R., Nimmo-Smith,I.,Wright, A., Tyrrell, R., Holland, K., Martin, J., Bald, J., Yale, S., Miles, T., Noakes,T. (1992) Preliminary observations concerning treatment of visual discomfort and associated perceptual distortion. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 12, 257-263.

101. Wilkins, A., Peck, A. and Jordan, B. (1992) Visual discomfort in the classroom. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 7(3), 326-340.

100. Wilkins, A.J., Nimmo-Smith, M.I. and Jansons, J. (1992) A colorimeter for the intuitive manipulation of hue and saturation, and its application in the study of perceptual distortion. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 12, 381-385.

99*. Wilkins, A.J. (1992) Information about televisions and computer displays for patients with photosensitive epilepsy. British Epilepsy Association.

98. Wilkins, A.J. (1992) Possibilities for migraine therapy using coloured glasses? In Proceedings of the Anglo Dutch Migraine meeting, (ed. T.J. Steiner) Canterbury.

97. Smith A.P., Tyrrell D.A.J., Barrow, G.I., Higgins, P.G., Bull, S., Trickett, S. and Wilkins A.J. (1992) The common cold, pattern sensitivity, and contrast sensitivity. Psychological Medicine, 22, 487-494.

96. Wilkinson, P.R. and Wilkins, A.J. (1991) Optical devices for reducing photophobia. Patent no. GB 9000165 (4.1.91). London: UK Patent Office.

95. Wilkins, A.J. and Wilkinson P. (1991) A tint to reduce eye-strain from fluorescent lighting? Preliminary observations. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 11, 172-175.

94. Wilkins, A.J. and Neary, C. (1991) Some visual, optometric and perceptual effects of coloured glasses. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 11, 163-171.

93. Wilkins, A.J. (1991) Visual display units versus visual computation. Behaviour and Information Technology, 10(6), 515-523.

92. Wilkins, A.J. (1991) Visual discomfort and reading. In J. F. Stein (ed.), Vision and Visual Dyslexia. Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp.155-170.

91. Wilkins A.J. (1991) Light right for sight: heath and efficiency in lighting practice. In E. Mills (ed.), Proceedings of the First European Conference on Energy Efficient Lighting, Stockholm.

90. Chronicle E. and Wilkins A.J. (1991) Colour and visual discomfort in migraineurs. Lancet, 338, 890.

89. Wilkins, A.J. and Clark C. (1990) Modulation from fluorescent lamps. Lighting Research and Technology, 22(2), 103-109.

88. Wilkins, A.J., Binnie, C.D., Darby, C.E. and Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenite, D. (1990) Inferences regarding the visual precipitation of seizures, eye-strain and headaches. In: A. Avoli, P. Gloor, G. Kostpoulos and R. Naquet (ed.), Generalised epilepsy: neurological approaches. Birkhauser:Boston, pp.314-326.

87. Wilkins, A.J. (1990). Stress and distress from fluorescent lighting.  In S. Puglisi-Allegra and A. Oliverio (ed.), Psychobiology of Stress. Kluwer Academic: Netherlands, pp.211-221

86. Watt, R.J., Bock, J. Thimbleby, H. and Wilkins, A.J. (1990) Visible aspects of text. In: Applying visual psychophysics to user interface design. British Telecom. pp 309-325.

85. Somazzi, L., Della Sala, S . and Wilkins, A.J. (1990) A simple test of contrast sensitivity in glaucoma. Italian Journal of Ophthalmology, 4(4), 209-213.

84. Hazell, J. and Wilkins A.J. (1990) A contribution of fluorescent lighting to agoraphobia. Psychological Medicine, 20, 591-596.

83. Wilkins, A.J., Plant, G. and Huddy, A. (1989) Neuropsychological principles applied to rehabilitation of a stroke patient. Lancet, 8628(1), 54.

82. Wilkins, A.J., Nimmo-Smith, I.M., Slater, A. and Bedocs, L. (1989) Fluorescent lighting, headaches and eye-strain. Lighting Research and Technology, 21(1), 11-18.

81. Wilkins, A.J. Binnie, C.D., Darby, C.E. and Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenite, D.G.A. (1989) Epileptic and non-epileptic sensitivity to light. In: A. Beaumanoir, H. Gastaut, R. Naquet (ed.), Reflex seizures and reflex epilepsies. Geneve: Editions Medicine amp; Hygiene, pp 153-162.

80. Wilkins A. (1989) Photosensitive Epilepsy and Visual Discomfort. In: Kennard C., Swash M. (eds) Hierarchies in Neurology. Clinical Medicine and the Nervous System. Springer, London.

79. Watts, F.N. and Wilkins, A.J. (1989) The role of provocative visual stimuli in agoraphobia. Psychological Medicine, 19, 875-885.

78. Neary, C. and Wilkins, A.J. (1989) Effects of phosphor persistence on perception and the control of eye movements. Perception, 18, 257-264.

77. Binnie, C.D., Darby, C.E., Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenite, D.G.A. and Wilkins, A.J. (1989) Photosensitive epilepsy: clinical features. In: A. Beaumanoir, H. Gastaut, R. Naquet (ed.), Reflex seizures and reflex epilepsies. Geneve: Editions Medicine amp; Hygiene, pp 163-170.

76. Wilkins, A.J., Nimmo-Smith, I., Slater, A. and Bedocs, L. (1988) Fluorescent lighting, headaches and eye-strain. In Proceedings of the National Lighting Conference and Daylighting Colloquium. Cambridge: CIBSE, pp.188-196.

75. Wilkins, A., Della Sala, S., Somazzi, L. and Nimmo-Smith, I.M. (1988) Age-related norms for the Cambridge low contrast gratings including details concerning their design and use. Clinical Vision Sciences, 2(3), 201-212.

74. Wilkins, A.J. (1988) Visual distress in the office environment. Facilities, 17(4).

73. Plant, G. and Wilkins, A. (1988) Preserved movement sensitivity following occipital lobe damage: a case report of spatio-temporal contrast sensitivity in the Riddoch phenomenon. Clinical Vision Sciences, 2(4), 321-329.

72. Pelli, D.G., Robson, J.G. and Wilkins, A.J. (1988) The design of a new letter chart for measuring contrast sensitivity. Clinical Vision Sciences, 2(3), 187-199.

71. Hull, A., Wilkins, A.J. and Baddeley, A. (1988) Cognitive psychology and the wiring of plugs. In Gruneberg, M.M., Morris, P.E. and Sykes, R.N. (eds.), Practical Aspects of Memory: Current Research and Issues, Vol. 1; Memory in Everyday Life. Chichester: John Wiley, pp.514-518.

70. Wilkins, A.J., Shallice, T. and McCarthy, R. (1987) Frontal lesions and sustained attention. Neuropsychologia, 25(2), 359-365.

69. Wilkins, A.J. and Nimmo-Smith, M.I. (1987) The clarity and comfort of printed text. Ergonomics, 30(12), 1705-1720.

68. Wilkins, A.J. and Lindsay, J. (1987) Questions and answers about photosensitive epilepsy: A patient's guide. In E.Ross, D. Chadwick and R.Crawford (ed.), Epilepsy in Young People. Chichester: John Wiley, pp.157-162.

67. Wilkins, A.J. and Craven, B.J. (1987) Visual display units and fluorescent lighting enlarge movements of the eyes across text. In J. Cronly-Dillon, E.S. Rosen and J. Marshall (ed.), Hazards of Light (Eye and Skin): Myths and Realities. Pergamon Press, pp.229-234.

66. Wilkins, A.J. (1987) What's in a name? Perception, 16, 409-410.

65. Wilkins, A.J. (1987) Visual sensitivity and hyperexcitability in epilepsy and migraine. In F. Andermann and E.Lugaresi (ed.), Migraine and Epilepsy. Boston, New York: Butterworth, pp.339-365.

64. Wilkins, A.J. (1987) Stricken by Stripes. Migraine News, 53, 8-9.

63. Wilkins, A.J. (1987) Photosensitive epilepsy and visual display units. In E. Ross, D. Chadwick and R. Crawford (ed.), Epilepsy in Young People. Chichester: John Wiley, pp.147-155.

62. Nulty, D., Wilkins, A.J. and Williams, J.M. (1987) Mood, pattern sensitivity and headache: a longitudinal study. Psychological Medicine , 17, 705-713.

61. Kennard, C. and Wilkins, A.J. Migraine. (1987) In R.L. Gregory (ed.), Oxford Companion to the Mind. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.483-484.

60. Della Sala, S., Bartoni, G., Somazzi, L., Stubbe, F., and Wilkins, A.J. (1987) The rapid assessment of visual dysfunction in multiple sclerosis. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 50, 840-846.

59. Binnie, C., Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenite, D., Smit, A. and Wilkins, A. (1987) Interactions of epileptiform EEG discharges and cognition. Epilepsy Research, 1, 239-245.

58. Wilkins, A.J. and Robson, J.G. (1986) The Cambridge Low Contrast Gratings. London: Clement Clarke International.

57. Wilkins, A.J. (1986) Why are some things unpleasant to look at? In D.J. Oborne (ed.), Contemporary Ergonomics. London: Taylor and Francis, pp.259-263.

56. Wilkins, A.J. (1986) What is visual discomfort? Trends in Neurosciences, 9(8), 343-346.

55. Wilkins, A.J. (1986) Visual discomfort. Optician, 191(5048), 15-16.

54. Wilkins, A.J. (1986) Remembering to do things in the laboratory and everyday life. Acta Neurologica Scandanavia, 74(109), 109-112.

53. Wilkins, A.J. (1986) On the manner in which sensory and cognitive processes contribute to epileptogenesis and are disrupted by it. Acta Neurologica Scandanavia, 74(109), 91-95.

52. Wilkins, A.J. (1986) Intermittent illumination from visual display units and fluorescent lighting affects movements of the eyes across text. Human Factors, 28(1), 75-81.

51. Wilkins, A.J. (1986) Disturbances of vision and their association with epilepsy and related disorders. In M.R.Trimble and E.H.Reynolds (ed.), What is Epilepsy? Churchill Livingstone (Edinburgh), pp.183-191.

50. Wilkins, A.J. (1986) Contrast sensitivity and its measurement. Optician, 192(5052), 13-14.

49. Darby, C.E. Park, D.M., and Wilkins, A.J. (1986) EEG characteristics of epileptic pattern sensitivity and their relation to the nature of pattern stimulation and the effects of sodium valproate. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 63, 517-525.

48. Bertoni, G., Somazzi, L. et al. and Wilkins, A.J. (1986) La sensibilite au contraste par un noveau test a choix force. Bulletin et Memoire S.F.O., 97, 140-145.

47. Wilkins, A.J. and Lindsay, J. (1985) Common forms of reflex epilepsy: physiological mechanisms and techniques for treatment. In T.A. Pedley and B.S. Meldrum (eds.), Recent Advances in Epilepsy II. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, pp.239-271.

46. Wilkins, A.J. (1985) Visual display units and fluorescent lighting affects movements of the eyes across text. IBM Hursley Human Factors Laboratory Report No. 104.

45. Wilkins, A.J. (1985) Discomfort and visual displays. Displays, 6, 101-103.

44. Wilkins, A.J. (1985) Visual discomfort and cathode ray tube displays. In B. Shackel (ed.), Human Computer Interaction-Interact '84. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 39. pp.75-79.

43. Friedman, W.J. and Wilkins, A.J. (1985) Scale effects in memory for the time of events. Memory and Cognition, 13, 168-175.

42. Della Sala, S., Bartoni, G., Somazzi, L., Stubbe, F., and Wilkins, A.J. (1985) Impaired contrast sensitivity in diabetic patients with and without retinopathy: a new technique for rapid assessment. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 69, 136-142.

41. Binnie, C.D., Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenite, D.G.A., De Korte, R. and Wilkins, A.J. (1985) Visual display units and risk of seizures. Lancet, 8435(1), 991.

40a. Aarts, J.H., Binnie, C.D., Smit, A.M. Wilkins, A.J. (1984). Selective cognitive impairment during focal and generalised epileptiform EEG activity. Brain 107(1), 293-308.

40. Binnie, C.D., Findlay, J. and Wilkins, A.J. (1985) Mechanisms of epileptogenesis in photosensitive epilepsy implied by the effects of moving patterns. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 61, 1-6.

39. Wilkins, A.J., Nimmo-Smith, M.I., Tait, A., McManus, C., Della Sala, S., Tilley, A., Arnold, K., Barrie, M., Scott, S. (1984) A neurological basis for visual discomfort. Brain, 107, 989-1017.

38. Wilkins, A.J. and Nimmo-Smith, M.I. (1984) On the reduction of eye-strain when reading. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 4, 53-59.

37. Meldrum, B.S. and Wilkins, A.J. (1984) Photosensitive epilepsy: integration of pharmacological and psychophysical evidence. In P. Schwatzkroin and H.V. Wheal (ed.), Electrophysiology of Epilepsy. London: Academic Press, 51-77.

36. Della Sala, S., Somazzi, L. and Wilkins, A.J. (1984) Rapid techniques for detecting "blurred vision" in diseases of primary visual pathways. Lancet, 2, 1015-1016.

35. Baddeley, A.D. and Wilkins, A.J. (1984) Taking memory out of the laboratory. In J.E. Harris and P.E. Morris (eds.), Everyday Memory, Actions and Absentmindedness. London: Academic Press, pp.1-17.

34. Aarts, J.H.P., Binnie, C.D., Smit, A.M. and Wilkins, A.J. (1984) Selective cognitive impairment during focal and generalised epileptiform EEG activity. Brain, 107, 293-308.

33. Wilkins, A.J. (1983) Are there any conditions, such as epilepsy which should preclude employees using visual display units? British Medical Journal, 287, 482.

32. Wilkins, A.J., Zifkin, B., Andermann, F. and McGovern, E. (1982) Seizures induced by thinking. Annals of Neurology, 11, 608-612.

31. Wastell, D.G., Wilkins, A.J. and Darby, C.E. (1982) Self-induction of epileptic seizures by eye closure: Spectral analysis of concomitant EEG. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 45, 1151-1152.

30. Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenite, D.G.A., Binnie, C.D., de Korte, R.A., Overweg, J., Peters, A.C.B. and Wilkins, A.J. (1982) Correlative electrophysiological and clinical studies in photosensitive epilepsy. In T.A. Betts, R.J. Hoppener and V. Peterson (ed.), British Journal of Clinical Practice Symposium Supplement, 18, 81-83.

29. Harris, J.E. and Wilkins, A.J. (1982) Remembering to do things: A theoretical framework and an illustrative experiment. Human Learning, 1, 123-136.

28. Aarts, J.H.P., Binnie, C.D., Smit, A.M. and Wilkins, A.J. (1982) Performance testing during epileptiform EEG activity. In T.A. Betts, R.J. Hoppener and V. Peterson, (ed.), British Journal of Clinical Practice Symposium Supplement, 18, 78-80.

27. Wilkins, A.J. (1981) Review of The Story of Ruth by M. Schatzman. Perception, 10, 355.

26. Wilkins, A.J., Binnie, C.D. and Darby, C.E. (1981) Interhemispheric differences in photosensitivity: I. Pattern sensitivity thresholds. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 5, 461-468.

25. Binnie, C.D., de Korte, R.A., Darby, C.E., van Egmond, P., Wilkins, A.J. and Veldhuizen, R. (1981) Effects of ambient lighting on photosensitivity and television epilepsy. In M. Dam, L. Gram and J.K. Penry (ed.), Advances in Epileptology: XIIth Epilepsy International Symposium. New York: Raven Press, pp.269-273.

24. Binnie, C.D., Darby, C.E., de Korte, R.A. and Wilkins, A.J. (1981) Interhemispheric differences in photosensitivity thresholds. In M. Dam, L. Gram and J.K. Penry (ed.), Advances in Epileptology: XIIth Epilepsy International Symposium. New York: Raven Press, pp.403-412.

23. Binnie, C.D., Wilkins, A.J. and de Korte, R.A. (1981) Interhemispheric differences in photosensitivity: II. Intermittent photic stimulation. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 52, 469-472.

22. Wilkins, A.J., Binnie, C.D. and Darby, C.E. (1980) Visually-induced seizures. Progress in Neurobiology, 15, 85-117.

21. Darby, C.E., Wilkins, A.J., Binnie, C.D. and de Korte, R.A. (1980) Routine testing for pattern sensitivity. Journal of Electrophysiological Technology, 6, 202-210.

20. Darby, C.E., de Korte, R.A., Binnie, C.D. and Wilkins, A.J. (1980) The self-induction of epileptic seizures by eye-closure. Epilepsia, 21, 31-42.

19. Binnie, C.D., Darby, C.E., de Korte, R.A., Veldhuizen, R. and Wilkins, A.J. (1980) EEG sensitivity to television: effects of ambient lighting. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 50, 329-331.

18. Binnie, C.D., Darby, C.E., de Korte, R.A. and Wilkins, A.J. (1980) Self-induction of epileptic seizures by eye closure: incidence and recognition. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 43, 386-389.

17. Wilkins, A.J., Darby, C.E., Stefansson, S.F., Jeavons, P.M. and Harding, G.F.A. (1979) Television epilepsy: the role of pattern. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 47, 163-171.

16. Wilkins, A.J., Darby, C.E. and Binnie, C.D. (1979) On the triggering of photosensitive seizures. In D.J. Oborne, M.M. Gruneberg, and J.R.Eisler, (ed.), Research in Psychology and Medicine, Vol. 1. London: Academic Press, pp.377-384.

15. Wilkins, A.J., Darby, C.E. and Binnie, C.D. (1979) Neurophysiological aspects of pattern-sensitive epilepsy. Brain, 102, 1-25.

14. Wilkins, A.J. (1979) Sizing up categories. British Journal of Psychology, 70, 143-148.

13. Wilkins, A.J. (1979) Memory and absentmindedness. (Geheugen en verstrooidheideen onderzoek naar het vergeten). T.N.O. Project, 6, 224-226.

12. Binnie, C.D., Darby, C.E. and Wilkins, A.J. (1979) Pattern-sensitivity: The role of movement. In Lechner, H. and Aranibar, A. (eds.), Proceedings of the Second European Congress of Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. Elsevier: North Holland. pp.650-655.

11. Wilkins, A.J. and Moscovitch, M. (1978) Selective impairment of semantic memory after temporal lobectomy. Neuropsychologia, 16, 73-79.

10. Wilkins, A.J. and Baddeley, A.D. (1978) Remembering to recall in everyday life: An approach to absentmindedness. In M.M. Gruneberg, P.E. Morris, and R.N. Sykes (ed.), Practical Aspects of Memory. London: Academic Press. pp.27-34.

9. Wilkins, A.J. (1978) Television-induced epilepsy and its prevention. Leader : British Medical Journal, 1, 1301-1302.

8. Wilkins, A.J. (1978) Television epilepsy. Epilepsy News, 6, 6-7.

7. Wilkins, A.J. (1978) Epileptogenic attributes of television and visual display units. In an edited transcript of the one-day meeting on eye-strain and VDUs, Loughborough University of Technology, 15 December. Ergonomics Society, with the technical collaboration of the Applied Vision Association.

6. Wilkins, A.J., Darby, C.E. and Binnie, C.D. (1977) Optical treatment of photosensitive epilepsy. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 43, 577.

5. Stefansson, S.B., Darby, C.E., Wilkins, A.J., Binnie, C.D., Malton, A.P., Smith, A.T. and Stockley, A.V. (1977) Television epilepsy and pattern sensitivity. British Medical Journal, 2, 88-90.

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