Peer Reviewed Papers

  1. Jones, P. R., Campbell, P., Callaghan, T., Jones, L., Asfaw, D. S., Edgar, D. F., & Crabb, D. P. (2020). Glaucoma home-monitoring using a tablet-based visual field test (Eyecatcher): An assessment of accuracy and adherence over six months, American Journal of Ophthalmology. Accpted 25th August 2020.
  2. Elfadaly, D., Abdelrazik, S. H., Thomas, P., Dekker, T., Dahlmann-Noor, A., & Jones, P. R. (2020). Can psychophysics be fun? Exploring the feasibility of a gamified Contrast Sensitivity Function measure in amblyopic children aged 4 – 9 years, Frontiers in Medicine, 7:469. doi:[10.3389/fmed.2020.00469] link
  3. Jones, P. R., Lindfield, D., & Crabb, D. P. (2020). Using an open-source tablet perimeter (Eyecatcher) as a rapid triage measure in a glaucoma clinic waiting area, British Journal of Ophthalmology, in press. link
  4. Asfaw, D. A., Jones, P. R., Edwards, L., Smith, N. D., Crabb, D. P. (2020). Using eye movements to detect visual field loss: a pragmatic assessment using simulated scotoma, Scientific Reports, 10:9782. doi:[10.1038/s41598-020-66196-2] link
  5. Jones, P. R. (2020). An open-source static threshold perimetry test using remote eye-tracking (Eyecatcher): Description, validation, and normative data, Translational Vision Science & Technology, 9(8):18. doi:[10.1167/tvst.9.8.18] link
  6. Jones, P. R., Demaria, G., Tigchelaar, I., Asfaw, D. S., Edgar, D. F., Campbell, P., Callaghan, T., & Crabb, D. P. (2020). The human touch: Using a webcam to autonomously monitor compliance during visual field assessments, Translational Vision Science & Technology, 9(8):31. doi:[10.1167/tvst.9.8.31] link
  7. Chow-Wing-Bom, H., Dekker, T. M., & Jones, P. R. (2020). The worse eye revisited: Quantifying the everyday impact of unilateral peripheral loss, Vision Research, 169:49-57. doi:[10.1016/j.visres.2019.10.012] link
  8. Jones, P. R., Somoskeöy, T., Chow-Wing-Bom, H., & Crabb, D. P. (2020). Seeing other perspectives: Evaluating the use of virtual and augmented reality to simulate visual impairments (OpenVisSim), NPJ Digital Medicine, 3(1):1-9. doi[10.1038/s41746-020-0242-6] link
  9. Jones, P. R., Tigchelaar, I., Demaria, G., Wilson, I., Bi, W., Taylor, D. J., & Crabb, D. P. (2020). Refinement and preliminary evaluation of two tablet-based tests of real-world visual function, Optometry and Physiological Optics, 40(1):35-46. doi:[10.1111/opo.12658] link
  10. Enoch, J., Jones, L., Taylor, D. J., Bronze, C., Kirwan, J. F, Jones, P. R., & Crabb, D. P. (2020). How do different lighting conditions affect the vision and quality of life of people with glaucoma? A systematic review, Eye, 34:138-154. doi:[10.1038/s41433-019-0679-5] link
  11. Jones, P. R., Philippin, H., Makupa, W., Burton, M., & Crabb, D. P. (2020). Severity of visual field loss at first presentation to glaucoma clinics England and Tanzania, Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 27(1):10-18. doi:[10.1080/09286586.2019.1661499] link
  12. Taylor, D. J., Smith, N. D., Jones, P. R., Binns, A. M., & Crabb, D. P. (2020). Measuring dynamic levels of anxiety and concern during mobility tasks in people with non-neovascular age-related macular degeneration (AMD), British Journal of Ophthalmology, Published Online First: 09 July 2019. doi:[10.1136/bjophthalmol-2019-313864] link
  13. Kyu Han, H. & Jones, P. R. (2019). Plug and play perimetry: Evaluating the use of a self-calibrating digital display for screen-based threshold perimetry, Displays, 60:30-38. doi:[10.1016/j.displa.2019.08.006] link
  14. Enoch, J., McDonald, L., Jones, L., Jones, P. R., & Crabb, D. P. (2019). Evaluating whether sight is the most valued sense JAMA Ophthalmology, 137(11):1317-1320. doi:[10.1001/jamaophthalmol.2019.3537] link
  15. Jones, P. R., Landin, L., McLean, A., Juni, M. Z., Maloney, L. T., Nardini, M., & Dekker, T. M. (2019). Efficient visual information sampling develops late in childhood, J. Experimental Psychology: General, 148(7):1138-1152. doi:[10.1037/xge0000629] link
  16. Farahbakhsh, M., Dekker, T. M., & Jones, P. R. (2019). Psychophysics with children: Evaluating the use of maximum likelihood estimators in children aged 4 – 15 years (QUEST+), Journal of Vision, 19:22. doi:[10.1167/19.6.22] link pdf
  17. Ometto, G., Moghul, I., Montesano, G., Hunter, A., Pontikos, N., Jones, P. R., Keane, P. A., Denniston, A. K., & Crabb, D. P. (2019). ReLayer: a free, online tool for measuring retinal thickness based on a new automatic method for the segmentation of layers in OCT images, Translational Vision Science & Technology, 8:25. doi:[10.1167/tvst.8.3.25] link pdf
  18. Jones, P. R. (2019). A note on detecting statistical outliers in psychophysical data, Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 81(5):1189-1196. doi:[10.3758/s13414-019-01726-3] link pdf
  19. Jones, P. R., Smith, N. D., Bi, W., & Crabb, D. P. (2019). Portable perimetry using eye-tracking on a tablet computer – a feasibility assessment, Translational Vision Science & Technology, 8(1):17. doi:[10.1167/tvst.8.1.17] link pdf
  20. Jones, P. R. (2018). QuestPlus: a MATLAB implementation of the QUEST+ adaptive psychometric method, Journal of Open Research Software, 6(1):27. doi:[10.5334/jors.195] link pdf
  21. Montesano, G., Crabb D. P., Jones, P. R., Fogagnolo, P., Digiuni, M., & Rossetti, L. M. (2018). Evidence for alterations in fixational eye movements in glaucoma, BMC Ophthalmology, 18:191. doi:[10.1186/s12886-018-0870-7] link pdf
  22. Jones, P. R. (2018). The development of perceptual averaging: efficiency metrics in children and adults using a multiple-observation sound-localization task, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 144(1):228-241. doi:[10.1121/1.5043394] link pdf
  23. Asfaw, D., Jones, P. R., Smith, N. D., & Crabb, D. P. (2018). Data on eye movements in people with glaucoma and peers with normal vision, Data in Brief, 19:1266–1273. doi:[10.1016/j.dib.2018.05.076] link pdf
  24. Asfaw, D., Jones, P. R., Mönter, V. M., Smith, N. D., & Crabb, D. P. (2018). Does glaucoma alter eye movements when viewing images of natural scenes? A between-eye study, Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science, 59:3189-3198. doi:[10.1167/iovs.18-23779] link pdf
  25. Jones, P. R. (2018). Myex: a MATLAB interface for the Tobii EyeX eye-tracker, Journal of Open Research Software, doi:[10.5334/jors.196] link pdf
  26. Jones, P. R. (2018). Sit still and pay attention: Using the Wii Balance-Board to detect lapses in concentration in children during psychophysical testing, Behavior Research Methods, 51:28-39. doi:[10.3758/s13428-018-1045-4] link pdf
  27. Jones, P. R. and Ometto, G. (2018). Degraded Reality: Using VR/AR to simulate visual impairments, Proceedings of 2018 IEEE Workshop on Augmented and Virtual Realities for Good (VAR4Good), Reutlingen, Germany., pp. 1-4, doi:[10.1109/VAR4GOOD.2018.8576885] link pdf
  28. Manning, C., Jones, P. R., Dekker, T. M., & Pellicano, E. (2018). Psychophysics with children: Investigating the effects of attentional lapses on threshold estimates, Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 80(5): 1311–1324, doi:[10.3758/s13414-018-1510-2] link pdf
  29. Montesano, G., Way., C. M., Ometto, G., Ibrahim, H., Jones, P. R., Carmichael, R., Liu, X., Aslam, T., Keane, P. A., Crabb, D. P., Denniston, A. K. (2018). Optimizing OCT acquisition parameters for assessments of vitreous haze for application in uveitis, Scientific Reports, 8:1648, doi:[10.1038/s41598-018-20092-y] link pdf
  30. Jones, P. R. & Dekker, T. (2018). The development of perceptual averaging: Learning what to do, not just how to do it, Developmental Science, 21(3):e12584, doi:[10.1111/desc.12584] link pdf
  31. Garcia, S. E., Jones, P. R., Michaelides, M., Rubin, G. S. & Nardini, M. (2017). Multisensory cue combination after sensory loss: Audio-Visual localization in patients with progressive retinal disease, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 43(4):729-740. doi:[10.1037/xhp0000344] link pdf
  32. Garcia, S. E., Jones, P. R., Rubin, G. S. & Nardini, M. (2017). Auditory localisation biases increase with sensory uncertainty, Scientific Reports, 7:40567, doi:[10.1038/srep40567] link pdf
  33. Jones, P. R., Yasoubi, N., Nardini, M., & Rubin, G. S. (2016). Feasibility of Macular Integrity Assessment (MAIA™) microperimetry in children: Sensitivity, reliability, and fixation stability in healthy observers, Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science, 57(14):6349-6359, doi:[10.1167/iovs.16-20037] link pdf
  34. Jones, P. R. (2016). A tutorial on cue combination and Signal Detection Theory: Using changes in sensitivity to evaluate how observers integrate sensory information, Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 73:117–139, doi:[10.1016/j.jmp.2016.04.006] link pdf
  35. Jones, P. R., Garcia, S. E. & Nardini, M. (2015). Digital LED Pixels: Instructions for use and a characterization of their properties, Behavior Research Methods, epub doi:[10.​3758/​s13428-015-0653-5] link pdf
  36. Jones, P. R., Kalwarowsky, S., Braddick, O. J., Atkinson, J. & Nardini, M. (2015). Optimizing the rapid measurement of detection thresholds in infants, Journal of Vision, 15(11):2, doi:[10.1167/15.11.2] link pdf
  37. Petrini, K., Jones, P. R. & Nardini, M. (2015). Hearing where the eyes see: children use an irrelevant visual cue when localizing sound, Child Development, 86(5):1449-1457, doi:[10.1111/cdev.12397] link pdf
  38. Jones, P. R., Moore, D. R., Shub, D. E. & Amitay, S. (2015). The role of response bias in perceptual learning, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 41(5):1456-1470, doi:[10.1037/xlm0000111] link pdf
  39. Jones, P. R., Moore, D. R. & Amitay, S. (2015). Development of auditory selective attention: Why children struggle to hear in noisy environments, Developmental Psychology, 51(3):353-69, doi:[10.1037/a0038570] link pdf
  40. Jones, P. R., Kalwarowsky, S., Atkinson, J., Braddick, O. J. & Nardini, M. (2014). Automated measurement of resolution acuity in infants using remote eye-tracking, Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science, 55(12):8102-8110, doi:[10.1167/iovs.14-15108] link pdf
  41. Amitay, S., Zhang, Y., Jones, P. R. & Moore, D. R. (2014). Perceptual learning: Top to bottom, Vision Research, 99:69-77, doi:[10.1016/j.visres.2013.11.006] link pdf
  42. Jones, P. R., Moore, D. Shub, D. E. & Amitay, S. (2014). Learning to detect a tone in unpredictable noise, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 135:EL128-EL133, doi:[10.1121/1.4865267] link pdf
  43. Jones, P. R., Shub, D. E., Moore, D. R. & Amitay, S. (2013). Reduction of internal noise in auditory perceptual learning, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 133:970-981, doi:[10.1121/1.4773864] link pdf
  44. Nardini, M., Jones, P. R., Bedford, R. & Braddick, O. J. (2008). Development of cue integration in human navigation, Current Biology, 18:689-693, doi:[10.1016/j.cub.2008.04.021] link pdf

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications (Trade Magazines, etc.)

  1. Hu, V. & Jones, P. R. (2019). Detecting glaucoma using a combination of low-cost, portable and easy to perform tests, The International Glaucoma Association Newsletter, Autumn:26-31. pdf
  2. Jones, P. R., Lindfield, D., & Crabb, D. P. (2019). Doing what comes naturally (New innovations in visual field testing), The Ophthalmologist, June:41-43. link
  3. Jackson, I., Hunter, L., Moore, D., Jones, P. R., & Munro, K. (2018). Facing up to the challenge of behavioural observation in infant hearing assessment, ENT Today, 27(5). pdf
  4. Jones, P. R. (2018). Personalizing your reality, The Ophthalmologist, June:41-43. pdf

Invited Talks

  1. [2019] Visual Fields: Thinking outside the bowl. Ophthalmology Regional Study Day (Royal Surrey County Hospital)
  2. [2018] Developing eye-tests for ahrd to reach populations. Cardiff University Seminar Series: "Cornea to Cortex"
  3. [2018] Novel technologies to expand diagnostic capacity in surveys. ISER 2018 Special Interest Session: The Global Burden of Eye Disease
  4. [2018] New approaches to assessing visual function. Moorfields Academy Meeting XXIV
  5. [2017] The development of spatial averaging abilities in children. UEL CogDev seminar series
  6. [2015] Clinical Psychophysics: How and why ‘real world’ measures of perceptual sensitivity differ from those of the lab. EPSRC workshop: "Visual Statistics in Humans and Machines"
  7. [2014] The role of internal noise in auditory development: A cautionary tale of sound and fury. EPS workshop: "Noisy Brains? The role of internal noise in typical and atypical development"
  8. [2008] Computationally modelling the disparity span in reading. Glenfinnan modelling workshop.

Selected Conference Presentations

  1. [2018] Jones PR, Somoskeöy T, Chow-Wing-Bom HT, & Crabb DP: Where did I leave my phone? Using virtual reality to assess the differential impact of superior and inferior visual field loss on daily living. UKEGS, London, UK
  2. [2018] Jones PR, Somoskeöy T, Chow-Wing-Bom HT, & Crabb DP: Where did I leave my phone? Using virtual reality to assess the differential impact of superior and inferior visual field loss on daily living. BCOVS, Cambridge, UK
  3. [2018] Farahbakhsh M, Jones PR, & Dekker TM: Development of contrast sensitivity in children using a novel child-friendly method. ECVP, Trieste, Italy pdf
  4. [2018] Chow-Wing-Bom HT, Dekker TM, & Jones PR: Using Virtual Reality [VR] as a tool to assess the effects of asymmetric vision loss on visual search performance. VSS, Florida, USA pdf
  5. [2018] Farahbakhsh M, Dekker TM, & Jones PR: The Contrast Sensitivity Function in children: Bayesian adaptive estimation using QUEST+. VSS, Florida, USA pdf
  6. [2018] Asfaw DS, Jones, PR, Crabb, D: Do scotomas in glaucoma affect eye movements? A between eye study in people with asymmetric visual field loss. ARVO, Hawaii, USA
  7. [2018] Taylor D, Jones, PR, Smith, N, Binns, A, Crabb, D: Measuring real-time anxiety during simulated mobility scenarios in people with non-neovascular age-related macular degeneration. ARVO, Hawaii, USA
  8. [2017] Jones, PR, Smith, ND, Crabb, DP: Portable perimetry using eye-tracking on a tablet computer -- a feasibility assessment. BOMG, Cardiff, UK pdf
  9. [2015] Manning C, Jones PR, et al: How does inattentiveness affect threshold estimates in children? ECVP, Liverpool, UK
  10. [2015] Jones PR, Kalwarowsky S, et al: Automated static threshold perimetry using a remote eye tracker. ARVO, Denver, USA pdf
  11. [2015] Nardini M, Jones PR, et al: Learning efficient perceptual sampling. VSS, St Pete Beach
  12. [2015] Garcia SE, Jones PR, et al: Visual-auditory localization in central and peripheral space, VSS, St Pete Beach, USA
  13. [2014] Dekker R, Jones PR, et al: Perceptual sampling efficiency in adults and children. ECVP, Belgrade, RS
  14. [2014] Jones PR, Kalwarowsky S, et al: An automated test of infant acuity using remote eyetracking. ECVP, Belgrade, RS
  15. [2014] Jones PR, Kalwarowsky S, et al: Efficient strategies for measuring perceptual thresholds in infants using eyetracking. ICIS, Berlin, DEU pdf
  16. [2014] Jones, P. R., Kalwarowsky, S., Wattam-Bell, J. & Nardini, M. (2014). An automated test of infant visual acuity using remote eye tracking. The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Orlando. pdf
  17. [2013] Jones, P. R., Burton, E., Kalwarowsky, S., Wattam-Bell, J. & Nardini, M. (2013). Novel approaches to automated, real-time eye-movement classification in infants and adults. The Child Vision Research Society, Toronto. pdf

Other Documents

  1. PhD Thesis: Mechanisms of auditory perceptual learning. pdf
  2. MSc Thesis: A computational reassessment of noise in eyetracking data: Modelling phenomena and ephemera.