Nick Donnelly
Nick Donnelly
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Verified email at hope.ac.uk
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Expression is computed separately from facial identity, and it is computed separately for moving and static faces: Neuropsychological evidence
GW Humphreys, N Donnelly, MJ Riddoch
Neuropsychologia 31 (2), 173-181, 1993
3071993
Visual synchrony affects binding and segmentation in perception
M Usher, N Donnelly
Nature 394 (6689), 179-182, 1998
2281998
Parallel computation of primitive shape descriptions.
N Donnelly, GW Humphreys, MJ Riddoch
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 17 (2), 561, 1991
1761991
Costs in searching for two targets: Dividing search across target types could improve airport security screening
T Menneer, DJK Barrett, L Phillips, N Donnelly, KR Cave
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2007
1462007
Face processing in high‐functioning adolescents with autism: Evidence for weak central coherence
B López, N Donnelly, J Hadwin, S Leekam
Visual Cognition 11 (6), 673-688, 2004
1402004
Exploring the function of selective attention and hypervigilance for threat in anxiety
HJ Richards, V Benson, N Donnelly, JA Hadwin
Clinical psychology review 34 (1), 1-13, 2014
1092014
Object superiority: A comparison of complete and part probes
J Davidoff, N Donnelly
Acta Psychologica 73 (3), 225-243, 1990
1021990
The mental representations of faces and houses: Issues concerning parts and wholes
N Donnelly, J Davidoff
Visual cognition 6 (3-4), 319-343, 1999
981999
The cost of search for multiple targets: effects of practice and target similarity.
T Menneer, KR Cave, N Donnelly
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 15 (2), 125, 2009
972009
SEarch via Recursive Rejection (SERR): Visual search for single and dual form-conjunction targets.
HJ Müller, GW Humphreys, N Donnelly
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 20 (2), 235, 1994
951994
The influence of children's self‐report trait anxiety and depression on visual search for emotional faces
JA Hadwin, N Donnelly, CC French, A Richards, A Watts, D Daley
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 44 (3), 432-444, 2003
812003
Dual-target search for high and low prevalence X-ray threat targets
HJ Godwin, T Menneer, KR Cave, N Donnelly
Visual Cognition 18 (10), 1439-1463, 2010
772010
Visual search in children and adults: Top-down and bottom-up mechanisms
N Donnelly, K Cave, R Greenway, JA Hadwin, J Stevenson, ...
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 60 (1), 120-136, 2007
752007
Nontarget objects can influence perceptual processes during object recognition
ME Auckland, KR Cave, N Donnelly
Psychonomic bulletin & review 14 (2), 332-337, 2007
722007
Do children with autism perceive second‐order relational features? The case of the Thatcher illusion
H Rouse, N Donnelly, JA Hadwin, T Brown
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 45 (7), 1246-1257, 2004
722004
The effects of increasing target prevalence on information processing during visual search
HJ Godwin, T Menneer, KR Cave, M Thaibsyah, N Donnelly
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22 (2), 469-475, 2015
712015
Perceptual failures in the selection and identification of low-prevalence targets in relative prevalence visual search
HJ Godwin, T Menneer, CA Riggs, KR Cave, N Donnelly
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77 (1), 150-159, 2015
712015
Parallel pattern processing and visual agnosia.
GW Humphreys, MJ Riddoch, PT Quinlan, CJ Price, N Donnelly
Canadian Journal of Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie 46 (3), 377, 1992
681992
Using the dual-target cost to explore the nature of search target representations.
MJ Stroud, T Menneer, KR Cave, N Donnelly
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (1), 113, 2012
672012
A comparison of selective attention and facial processing biases in typically developing children who are high and low in self-reported trait anxiety
A Richards, CC French, G Nash, JA Hadwin, N Donnelly
Development and Psychopathology 19 (2), 481-495, 2007
542007
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