Stone, A. and Fisher, V. 2020. Changing Negative Perceptions of Individuals With Facial Disfigurement: The Effectiveness of a Brief Intervention. Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 42 (5), pp. 341-353. https://doi.org/10.1080/01973533.2020.1768394
Frumkin, L. A. and Stone, A. 2020. Not all eyewitnesses are equal: Accent status, race and age interact to influence evaluations of testimony. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice. 18 (2), pp. 123-145. https://doi.org/10.1080/15377938.2020.1727806
Stone, A., Mcdermott, M., Abdi, Aishi, Cornwell, Brittanie, Matyas, Zsofia, Reed, Ruby and Watt, Rebecca 2018. Development and validation of the multi-dimensional questionnaire of scientifically unsubstantiated beliefs. Personality and Individual Differences. 128, pp. 146-156. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2018.02.024
Stone, A. and Potton, Anita 2017. Emotional responses to disfigured faces and Disgust Sensitivity: An eye-tracking study. Journal of Health Psychology. 24 (9), pp. 1191-1200. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105317692856
Stone, A. and Potton, Anita 2014. Emotional Responses to Disfigured Faces: The Influences of Perceived Anonymity, Empathy, and Disgust Sensitivity. Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 36 (6), pp. 520-532.
Stone, A. 2013. A study aimed to investigate the recruitment prospects of people with facial disfigurement and a contrasting group of wheelchair users. UEL Research and Knowledge Exchange Conference 2013. University of East London, London 26 Jun 2013 London University of East London.
Stone, A. and Wright, T. 2012. Evaluations of People Depicted With Facial Disfigurement Compared to Those With Mobility Impairment. Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 34 (3), pp. 212-225. https://doi.org/10.1080/01973533.2012.674420
Stone, A. 2011. Centre–surround inhibition is a general aspect of famous-person recognition: evidence from negative semantic priming from clearly visible primes. Memory and Cognition. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13421-011-0176-y
Stone, A. 2011. Attentional effects of masked famous faces (but not names) and subjective evaluations of a target person. Perceptual & Motor Skills. 112 (2), pp. 451-476. https://doi.org/10.2466/07.22.PMS.112.2.451-476
Stone, A. and Valentine, Tim 2007. Angry and happy faces perceived without awareness: a comparison with the affective impact of masked famous faces. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 19 (2), pp. 161-186.
Stone, A. and Valentine, Tim 2005. Strength of visual percept generated by famous faces perceived without awareness: effects of affective valence, response latency, and visual field. Consciousness and Cognition. 14 (3), pp. 548-564.
Stone, A. and Valentine, Tim 2005. Accuracy of familiarity decisions to famous faces perceived without awareness depends on attitude to the target person and on response latency. Consciousness and Cognition. 14 (2), pp. 351-376.
Stone, A., Valentine, Tim and Davis, Rob 2001. Face recognition and emotional valence: Processing without awareness by neurologically intact participants does not simulate covert recognition in prosopagnosia. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 1 (2), pp. 183-191.