Aston, S., Olkkonen, M. & Hurlbert, A. C. (in prep). Memory effects, central tendency, serial dependency or just task bias? An investigation using an illumination hue discrimination task.
Aston, S., & Hurlbert, A. C. (in review). #the Dress: Colour constancy and the origins of perceptual bias.
Radonjic, A., Pearce, B., Aston, S., Krieger, A., Dubin, H., Cottaris, N. P., Brainard, D. H., & Hurlbert, A. C. (2016). Illumination discrimination in real and simulated scenes. JoV.
Aston, S. (2016) Constant differences: modelling inter-individual variations in colour constancy. Durham Vision Meeting. Durham.
Aston, S. (2016) The limits of human illumination discrimination ability. Colouring the Future Summer School. Tuebingen.
Aston, S. (2016) Are we at the bottom of the stairs? A test of staircase convergence. Adventures in Staircases Workshop. Newcastle. (Co-organiser).
Hurlbert, A. C. & Aston, S. (2015) Using Tuneable LED Light Sources to Modulate the Non-Visual pathway. Workshop on Digital Light and Human Health. Barcelona.
Aston, S., Turner, J., Le Couteur Bisson, T., Jordan, G. & Hurlbert, A. C. (2016). Better colour constancy or worse discrimination? Illumination discrimination in colour anomalous observers. ECVP 2016.
Aston, S., Groombridge, J., Pearce, B. & Hurlbert, A. C. (2015). Thresholds for colour constancy measured via illumination discrimination depend on adaptation point. ECVP 2015.