Alison F. Eardley
Alison F. Eardley
Department of Psychology, University of Westminster
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Do ERP components triggered during attentional orienting represent supramodal attentional control?
E Seiss, E Gherri, AF Eardley, M Eimer
Psychophysiology 44 (6), 987-990, 2007
Altered tactile spatial attention in the early blind
B Forster, AF Eardley, M Eimer
Brain research 1131, 149-154, 2007
Shifts of attention in the early blind: An ERP study of attentional control processes in the absence of visual spatial information
J Van Velzen, AF Eardley, B Forster, M Eimer
Neuropsychologia 44 (12), 2533-2546, 2006
Individual differences and personality correlates of navigational performance in the virtual route learning task
S Walkowiak, T Foulsham, AF Eardley
Computers in Human Behavior 45, 402-410, 2015
Event‐related potential evidence for the use of external coordinates in the preparation of tactile attention by the early blind
AF Eardley, J Van Velzen
European Journal of Neuroscience 33 (10), 1897-1907, 2011
Remembering the past and imagining the future: A role for nonvisual imagery in the everyday cognition of blind and sighted people
AF Eardley, L Pring
Memory 14 (8), 925-936, 2006
Spatial processing, mental imagery, and creativity in individuals with and without sight
AF Eardley, L Pring
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 19 (1), 37-58, 2007
Redefining Access: Embracing multimodality, memorability and shared experience in Museums
AF Eardley, C Mineiro, J Neves, P Ride
Curator: The Museum Journal 59 (3), 263-286, 2016
Sensory dominance and multisensory integration as screening tools in aging
MM Murray, AF Eardley, T Edginton, R Oyekan, E Smyth, PJ Matusz
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-11, 2018
Enriched audio description: Working towards an inclusive museum experience
AF Eardley, L Fryer, R Hutchinson, M Cock, P Ride, J Neves
Inclusion, disability and culture, 195-207, 2017
Allocentric spatial performance higher in early-blind and sighted adults than in retinopathy-of-prematurity adults
AF Eardley, G Edwards, F Malouin, JM Kennedy
Perception 45 (3), 281-299, 2016
Exploring the impact of sucking sweets on flavour imagery
AF Eardley, L Pring
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 23 (7), 811-817, 2011
Related but different: Examining pseudoneglect in audition, touch and vision
AF Eardley, S Darling, P Dumper, D Browne, J Van Velzen
Brain and cognition 113, 164-171, 2017
Sensory imagery in individuals who are blind and sighted: Examining unimodal and multimodal forms
AF Eardley, L Pring
Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 108 (4), 323-334, 2014
Relationship between post-awakening salivary cortisol and melatonin secretion in healthy participants
N Ramachandran, N Smyth, L Thorn, A Eardley, P Evans, A Clow
Stress 19 (2), 260-263, 2016
Museum audio description: the problem of textual fidelity
RS Hutchinson, AF Eardley
Perspectives 27 (1), 42-57, 2019
Cognitive styles and effective presentation of information for children
L Pring, A Eardley
Art beyond sight: A resource guide to art, creativity and visual impairment …, 2003
Ektashif: Art through the Senses—Families shaping museum programmes in Qatar
C Dobbin, AF Eardley, J Neves
Conference Review: Art beyond Sight: Multimodal Approaches to Learning
AF Eardley
Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 100 (5), 311-313, 2006
Hands-on, shoes-off: Multisensory tools enhance family engagement within an art museum
AF Eardley, C Dobbin, J Neves, P Ride
Visitor Studies 21 (1), 79-97, 2018
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