Toby Nicholson
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The affordance-matching hypothesis: how objects guide action understanding and prediction
P Bach, T Nicholson, M Hudson
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 254, 2014
612014
I see what you say: Prior knowledge of other’s goals automatically biases the perception of their actions
M Hudson, T Nicholson, R Ellis, P Bach
Cognition 146, 245-250, 2016
312016
One step ahead: The perceived kinematics of others’ actions are biased toward expected goals.
M Hudson, T Nicholson, WA Simpson, R Ellis, P Bach
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (1), 1, 2016
262016
Interoceptive impairments do not lie at the heart of autism or alexithymia.
TM Nicholson, DM Williams, C Grainger, JF Christensen, B Calvo-Merino, ...
Journal of abnormal psychology 127 (6), 612, 2018
202018
The Self‐Reference Effect on Perception: Undiminished in Adults with Autism and No Relation to Autism Traits
DM Williams, T Nicholson, C Grainger
Autism Research 11 (2), 331-341, 2018
172018
Understanding the goals of everyday instrumental actions is primarily linked to object, not motor-kinematic, information: Evidence from fMRI
T Nicholson, M Roser, P Bach
PloS one 12 (1), e0169700, 2017
162017
Relationships between implicit and explicit uncertainty monitoring and mindreading: Evidence from autism spectrum disorder
T Nicholson, DM Williams, C Grainger, SE Lind, P Carruthers
Consciousness and Cognition 70, 11-24, 2019
142019
You said you would! The predictability of other’s behavior from their intentions determines predictive biases in action perception.
M Hudson, P Bach, T Nicholson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 44 (2), 320, 2018
92018
Interoception is impaired in children, but not adults, with autism spectrum disorder
T Nicholson, D Williams, K Carpenter, A Kallitsounaki
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 49 (9), 3625-3637, 2019
52019
Can you spot a liar? Deception, mindreading, and the case of autism spectrum disorder
DM Williams, T Nicholson, C Grainger, SE Lind, P Carruthers
Autism Research 11 (8), 1129-1137, 2018
52018
The self-reference effect on memory is not diminished in autism: Three studies of incidental and explicit self-referential recognition memory in autistic and neurotypical …
SE Lind, DM Williams, T Nicholson, C Grainger, P Carruthers
Journal of abnormal psychology, 2019
42019
Action goal understanding is primarily driven by object, not motor, information
T Nicholson, M Roser, P Bach
Poster presented at the Concepts, Actions, and Objects Workshop, 23-26, 2013
22013
Linking metacognition and mindreading: Evidence from autism and dual-task investigations
T Nicholson, D Williams, SE Lind, P Carruthers, C Grainger
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2020
12020
Predictive Action Perception from Explicit Intention Information in Autism
M Hudson, T Nicholson, R McKenzie, P Bach
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth is: Examining Metacognition in ASD Using Post-decision Wagering
KL Carpenter, DM Williams, T Nicholson
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 49 (10), 4268-4279, 2019
2019
Metacognition, Mindreading, and the Hypercorrection Effect in ASD
DM Williams, T Nicholson, P Carruthers, ZM Bergström
2016
Distinguishing Between Implicit and Explicit Measures of Metacognition in ASD
T Nicholson, DM Williams, P Carruthers, SE Lind
2016
Response: No need to match: a comment on Bach, Nicholson, and Hudson's “Affordance-Matching Hypothesis”
P Bach, T Nicholson, M Hudson
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 685, 2015
2015
One step ahead: Investigating the influence of prior knowledge on the perception of others’ actions
T Nicholson
Plymouth University, 2015
2015
Distinguishing between Implicit and Explicit Measures of Metacognition in Autism
S Lind, T Nicholson, DM Williams, P Carruthers, C Grainger
INSAR 2020 Virtual Meeting, 0
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