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Neural responses to target features outside a search array are enhanced during conjunction but not unique-feature search
DR Painter, PE Dux, SL Travis, JB Mattingley
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (9), 3390-3401, 2014
582014
Stimulus-driven cortical hyperexcitability in individuals with Charles Bonnet hallucinations
DR Painter, MF Dwyer, MR Kamke, JB Mattingley
Current Biology 28 (21), 3475-3480. e3, 2018
372018
Optimising non-invasive brain-computer interface systems for free communication between na´ve human participants
AI Renton, JB Mattingley, DR Painter
Scientific reports 9 (1), 18705, 2019
322019
Distinct roles of the intraparietal sulcus and temporoparietal junction in attentional capture from distractor features: An individual differences approach
DR Painter, PE Dux, JB Mattingley
Neuropsychologia 74, 50-62, 2015
172015
Value learning modulates goal-directed actions
DR Painter, A Kritikos, JE Raymond
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (6), 1166-1175, 2014
142014
Joint control of visually guided actions involves concordant increases in behavioural and neural coupling
DR Painter, JJ Kim, AI Renton, JB Mattingley
Communications Biology 4 (1), 816, 2021
132021
Mountain high, valley low: Direction-specific effects of articulation on reaching
A Kritikos, N Dozo, D Painter, AP Bayliss
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (1), 39-54, 2012
132012
Differential deployment of visual attention during interactive approach and avoidance behavior
AI Renton, DR Painter, JB Mattingley
Cerebral Cortex 29 (6), 2366-2383, 2019
82019
Causal involvement of visual area MT in global feature-based enhancement but not contingent attentional capture
DR Painter, PE Dux, JB Mattingley
NeuroImage 118, 90-102, 2015
62015
Event coding and motor priming: how attentional modulation may influence binding across action properties
B Ocampo, DR Painter, A Kritikos
Experimental brain research 219, 139-150, 2012
62012
Joint control of visually guided actions involves concordant increases in behavioural and neural coupling. Commun Biol 4, 816 (2021)
DR Painter, JJ Kim, AI Renton
5
Implicit neurofeedback training of feature-based attention promotes biased sensory processing during integrative decision-making
AI Renton, DR Painter, JB Mattingley
Journal of Neuroscience 41 (39), 8233-8248, 2021
32021
Something in the way she moves me: morphology and motion of observed goal-directed and pantomimed actions
A Kritikos, L McTaggart, DR Painter, AP Bayliss
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74, 36-42, 2012
22012
The attention atlas virtual reality platform maps three-dimensional (3D) attention in unilateral spatial neglect patients: a protocol
MF Norwood, DR Painter, CH Marsh, C Reid, T Hine, DS Harvie, S Jones, ...
Brain Impairment 24 (3), 548-567, 2023
12023
Optimising the classification of feature-based attention in frequency-tagged electroencephalography data
AI Renton, DR Painter, JB Mattingley
Scientific Data 9 (1), 296, 2022
12022
An open interface system for non-invasive brain-to-brain free communication between na´ve human participants
AI Renton, JB Mattingley, DR Painter
bioRxiv, 488825, 2018
12018
Feature-based enhancement of visual stimuli at task-irrelevant locations
D Painter, S Travis, P Dux, J Mattingley
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 133-133, 2011
12011
Immersive virtual reality gameplay detects visuospatial atypicality, including unilateral spatial neglect, following brain injury: a pilot study
DR Painter, MF Norwood, CH Marsh, T Hine, D Harvie, M Libera, ...
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 20 (1), 161, 2023
2023
Creating Maps of Attention Using Virtual Reality for Brain-Injured and Spatial Neglect Patients
M Norwood, DR Painter, CH Marsh, T Hine, D Harvie, S Jones, B Chen, ...
JOURNAL OF HEAD TRAUMA REHABILITATION 37 (6), E519-E520, 2022
2022
A systematic scoping review to map the current literature on right-sided visuospatial neglect
MF Norwood, C Marsh, D Painter, T Hine, DS Harvie, J Bernhardt, ...
OSF, 2021
2021
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