Neil Harrison
Neil Harrison
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Examining the Spatiotemporal Disruption to Gaze When Using a Myoelectric Prosthetic Hand
JVV Parr, SJ Vine, NR Harrison, GW Wood
Journal of Motor Behavior 50 (4), 416-425, 2018
Reaction time facilitation for horizontally moving auditory–visual stimuli
NR Harrison, SM Wuerger, GF Meyer
Journal of Vision 10 (16), 1-21, 2010
The time course of auditory–visual processing of speech and body actions: Evidence for the simultaneous activation of an extended neural network for semantic processing
G Meyer, N Harrison, S Wuerger
Neuropsychologia 51 (9), 1716-1725, 2013
The effects of resource availability and relationship status on women's preference for facial masculinity in men: An eye-tracking study
M Lyons, U Marcinkowska, V Moisey, N Harrison
Personality and Individual Differences 95, 25-28, 2016
The effect of colour and size on attentional bias to alcohol-related pictures
NR Harrison, A McCann
Psicológica 35 (1), 39-48, 2014
The Observing Facet of Trait Mindfulness Predicts Frequency of Aesthetic Experiences Evoked by the Arts
N Harrison, D Clark
Mindfulness 7, 971–978, 2016
Visual attention, EEG alpha power and T7-Fz connectivity are implicated in prosthetic hand control and can be optimized through gaze training
JVV Parr, SJ Vine, MR Wilson, NR Harrison, G Wood
Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation 16 (1), 52, 2019
Modulation of auditory spatial attention by visual emotional cues: differential effects of attentional engagement and disengagement for pleasant and unpleasant cues
NR Harrison, R Woodhouse
Cognitive Processing 17 (2), 205-211, 2016
The effects of stereo disparity on the behavioural and electrophysiological correlates of perception of audio-visual motion in depth
NR Harrison, S Witheridge, AD Makin, AJ Pegna, SM Wuerger, GF Meyer
Neuropsychologia 78, 51-62, 2015
Auditory motion in depth is preferentially 'captured' by visual looming signals
N Harrison
Seeing and Perceiving 25 (1), 71–85, 2012
Modulation of spatial attention to visual targets by emotional environmental sounds
N Harrison, S Davies
Psychology and Neuroscience 6 (3), 247-251, 2013
Biological Psychology
M Lyons, N Harrison, G Brewer, S Robinson, R Sanders
Learning Matters, 2014
Neural correlates of attending speech and non-speech: ERPs associated with duplex perception
E Pérez, G Meyer, N Harrison
Journal of Neurolinguistics, 2008
Effect Anticipation Affects Perceptual, Cognitive, and Motor Phases of Response Preparation: Evidence from an Event-Related Potential (ERP) Study
N Harrison, M Ziessler
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2016
All talk? Challenging the use of left-temporal EEG alpha oscillations as valid measures of verbal processing and conscious motor control
JVV Parr, G Gallicchio, NR Harrison, AK Johnen, G Wood
Biological Psychology 155, 107943, 2020
Habitual use of cognitive reappraisal to regulate emotions is associated with decreased amplitude of the late positive potential (LPP)
NR Harrison, P Chassy
Journal of Psychophysiology 33 (1), 22-31, 2019
Mindful awareness, but not acceptance, predicts engagement with natural beauty
N Harrison, D Clark
Ecopsychology 12 (1), 1-8, 2020
The effects of valid and invalid expectations about stimulus valence on behavioural and electrophysiological responses to emotional pictures
AK Johnen, NR Harrison
International Journal of Psychophysiology 144, 47-55, 2019
Event-related EEG theta-band oscillatory responses to threatening pictures: Modulation by spontaneous emotion regulation strategy
NR Harrison, F Surre, P Chassy
Perception ECVP abstract 43, 135, 2014
Asymmetric effects of graspable distractor disks on motor preparation of successive grasps: A behavioural and event-related potential (ERP) study
S Uccelli, L Palumbo, NR Harrison, N Bruno
International Journal of Psychophysiology 158, 318-330, 2020
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