Preprints and manuscripts

  1. Cai Wingfield, Andrew Soltan, Ian Nimmo-Smith, William D Marslen-Wilson, Andrew Thwaites. (2023). Tracking cortical entrainment to the Heeger (1988) model of motion perception. Under review.
  2. Cai Wingfield, Rens van Hoef, Louise Connell. (2023). A Linguistic–Sensorimotor Model of the Basic-Level Advantage in Category Verification. In preparation.
  3. Andrew Thwaites, Cai Wingfield, Chao Zhang, Alex Woolgar, Brian CJ Moore. (2023). Evidence of entrainment to SWIPE' pitch strength, but not pitch, in human auditory cortex. In preparation.


(* As first or joint-first author. By convention, mathematics publications list authors alphabetically.)
  1. Cai Wingfield*, Chao Zhang, Barry Devereux, Elisabeth Fonteneau, Andrew Thwaites, Xunying Liu, Phil Woodland, William Marslen-Wilson, Su Li. (2022). On the similarity of representations in artificial and brain neural networks for speech recognition. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 16 (pp. 1057439).
  2. Cai Wingfield*, Louise Connell. (2022). Sensorimotor distance: a grounded measure of semantic similarity for 800 million concept pairs. Behavior Research Methods.
  3. Cai Wingfield*, Louise Connell. (2022). Understanding the role of linguistic distributional knowledge in cognition. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience (pp. 1220–1270).
  4. Briony Banks, Cai Wingfield*, Louise Connell. (2021). Linguistic distributional knowledge and sensorimotor grounding both contribute to semantic category production. Cognitive Science 45 (pp. e13055).
  5. Andrew Thwaites, Cai Wingfield, Eric Wieser, Andrew Soltan, William D Marslen-Wilson, Ian Nimmo-Smith. (2018). Entrainment to the CIECAM02 and CIELAB colour appearance models in the human cortex. Vision Research 145 (pp. 1–10).
  6. Cai Wingfield*, Li Su, Xunying Liu, Chao Zhang, Phil Woodland, Andrew Thwaites, Elisabeth Fonteneau, William D Marslen-Wilson. (2017). Relating dynamic brain states to dynamic machine states: Human and machine solutions to the speech recognition problem. PLOS Computational Biology.
  7. Guy McCusker, John Power, Cai Wingfield*. (2015). A graphical foundation for interleaving in game semantics. Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 219(4) (pp. 1131–1174).
  8. Hamed Nili, Cai Wingfield, Alexander Walther, Li Su, William Marslen-Wilson, Nikolaus Kriegeskorte. (2014). A toolbox for representational similarity analysis. PLoS Computational Biology 10(4) (pp. e1003553).
  9. Mirjana Bozic, Lorraine K Tyler, Li Su, Cai Wingfield, William Marslen-Wilson. (2013). Neurobiological systems for lexical representation and analysis in English. Journal of cognitive neuroscience 25(10) (pp. 1678–1691).
  10. Guy McCusker, John Power, Cai Wingfield*. (2012). A graphical foundation for schedules. Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 286 (pp. 273–289).

Editorial and thesis

  1. John Power, Cai Wingfield (Editors). (2014). Proceedings of the Workshop on Algebra, Coalgebra and Topology (WACT 2013). Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 303.
  2. Cai Wingfield. (2013). Graphical foundations for dialogue games. PhD thesis, University of Bath.