Nicole A Thomas
TitleCited byYear
The Flinders Handedness survey (FLANDERS): a brief measure of skilled hand preference
MER Nicholls, NA Thomas, T Loetscher, GM Grimshaw
Cortex 49 (10), 2914-2926, 2013
1312013
Upper and lower visual field differences in perceptual asymmetries
NA Thomas, LJ Elias
Brain research 1387, 108-115, 2011
582011
The life of p:“Just significant” results are on the rise
NC Leggett, NA Thomas, T Loetscher, MER Nicholls
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (12), 2303-2309, 2013
532013
Some participants may be better than others: Sustained attention and motivation are higher early in semester
MER Nicholls, KM Loveless, NA Thomas, T Loetscher, O Churches
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 68 (1), 10-18, 2015
292015
The lighter side of advertising: Investigating posing and lighting biases
NA Thomas, JA Burkitt, RE Patrick, LJ Elias
Laterality 13 (6), 504-513, 2008
272008
Searching the expressive face: Evidence for both the right hemisphere and valence-specific hypotheses.
NA Thomas, SJ Wignall, T Loetscher, MER Nicholls
Emotion 14 (5), 962, 2014
222014
Central fixations with rightward deviations: saccadic eye movements on the landmark task
NA Thomas, T Loetscher, MER Nicholls
Experimental brain research 220 (1), 29-39, 2012
222012
Leftward lighting in advertisements increases advertisement ratings and purchase intention
J Hutchison, NA Thomas, L Elias
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 16 (4), 423-432, 2011
222011
Keeping your distance: attentional withdrawal in individuals who show physiological signs of social discomfort
A Szpak, T Loetscher, O Churches, NA Thomas, CJ Spence, ...
Neuropsychologia 70, 462-467, 2015
172015
Lateral biases in lighting of abstract artwork
DA McDine, IJ Livingston, NA Thomas, LJ Elias
Laterality 16 (3), 268-279, 2011
162011
Directional collisions during a route-following task
NA Thomas, D Stuckel, C Gutwin, LJ Elias
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 15 (2), 225-230, 2009
152009
“Warning: This image has been digitally altered”: The effect of disclaimer labels added to fashion magazine shoots on women’s body dissatisfaction
M Tiggemann, Z Brown, M Zaccardo, N Thomas
Body image 21, 107-113, 2017
142017
Do perceptual asymmetries differ in peripersonal and extrapersonal space?
NA Thomas, LJ Elias
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 16 (1), 210-214, 2010
142010
The effect of cerebral asymmetries and eye scanning on pseudoneglect for a visual search task
MER Nicholls, A Hobson, J Petty, O Churches, NA Thomas
Brain and cognition 111, 134-143, 2017
132017
The relationship between vertical stimulation and horizontal attentional asymmetries
MER Nicholls, NA Thomas, T Loetscher, S Wignall, MJ Yates, JD Forte, ...
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (12), 2384-2396, 2012
132012
Perceptual asymmetries in greyscales: Object-based versus space-based influences
NA Thomas, LJ Elias
cortex 48 (5), 553-562, 2012
132012
When advertising turns “cheeky”!
JA Burkitt, DM Saucier, NA Thomas, C Ehresman
Laterality 11 (03), 277-286, 2006
132006
Upper visual field distractors preferentially bias attention to the left
NA Thomas, BR Castine, T Loetscher, MER Nicholls
Cortex 64, 179-193, 2015
122015
How academics face the world: A study of 5829 homepage pictures
O Churches, R Callahan, D Michalski, N Brewer, E Turner, HAD Keage, ...
PloS one 7 (7), e38940, 2012
122012
Disentangling input and output-related components of spatial neglect
T Loetscher, MER Nicholls, A Brodtmann, NA Thomas, P Brugger
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6, 176, 2012
112012
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