Natalie Mestry
Natalie Mestry
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TitleCited byYear
Identifying sources of configurality in three face processing tasks
N Mestry, T Menneer, MJ Wenger, N Donnelly
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 456, 2012
212012
Discriminating Thatcherised from typical faces in a case of prosopagnosia
N Mestry, N Donnelly, T Menneer, RA McCarthy
Neuropsychologia 50 (14), 3410-3418, 2012
92012
Dual-target cost in visual search for multiple unfamiliar faces.
N Mestry, T Menneer, KR Cave, HJ Godwin, N Donnelly
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 43 (8á…, 2017
82017
The role of configurality in the Thatcher illusion: An ERP study
N Mestry, T Menneer, MJ Wenger, N Benikos, RA McCarthy, N Donnelly
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22 (2), 445-452, 2015
52015
Just another face in the crowd–what makes spotting unfamiliar faces difficult?
N Donnelly, A Hillstrom, N Mestry
Crest Security Review 3 (Transmission), 26-27, 2017
32017
Redefining super recognition in the real world: Skilled face or person identity recognizers?
S Bate, E Portch, N Mestry, RJ Bennetts
British Journal of Psychology, 2019
12019
The influence of pupil alignment on spectator address in Manet’s portraiture.
N Donnelly, B Harland, N Mestry, N Thompson, T Trawiński, ...
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 11 (2), 167, 2017
12017
Are deficits in emotional face processing preventing perception of the Thatcher illusion in a case of prosopagnosia?
N Mestry, T Menneer, H Godwin, R McCarthy, N Donnelly
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 588-588, 2010
12010
The spectatorship of portraits by na´ve beholders.
T Trawiński, N Mestry, B Harland, SP Liversedge, HJ Godwin, N Donnelly
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2019
2019
Stimulus and Cognitive Factors Influence the Spectatorship of Portraits
T Trawinski, N Mestry, B Harland, N Donnelly
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 234-234, 2018
2018
The Influence of Training with One or Two Faces on Dual-Target Face Search
N Mestry, S Vos, T Menneer, N Donnelly
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 2018
2018
The Effects of Familiarity and Orientation when Correcting Spatially Distorted Faces
N Donnelly, N Mestry
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 1022-1022, 2017
2017
Eye Movements Reveal the Competition between Basic and Configural Features in False Pop Out in Visual Search
N Mestry, K Orsten-Hooge, J Pomerantz, N Donnelly
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 1163-1163, 2016
2016
Measuring capacity for template precision in dual-target search for faces
T Menneer, N Mestry, H Godwin, K Cave, N Donnelly
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 923-923, 2016
2016
There and back again: Understanding the cause of revisits to distractors in high-prevalence visual searches
H Godwin, T Menneer, N Mestry, K Cave, N Donnelly
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 1166-1166, 2016
2016
Dual-target cost in visual search for multiple unfamiliar faces
N Mestry, T Menneer, H Godwin, K Cave, N Donnelly
2015
A possible marker of configural processing at the N170: converging evidence from typical participants and a case of prosopagnosia
N Mestry, T Menneer, MJ Wenger, RA McCarthy, N Donnelly
2014
Impacts of inversion and Thatcherisation on face processing: mapping between ERP and GRT
N Mestry, MJ Wenger, T Menneer, N Benikos, N Donnelly
2013
Identifying sources of configural face processing
N Mestry
University of Southampton, 2012
2012
Tests for configural processing in the Thatcher Illusion
T Menneer, N Mestry, MJ Wenger, N Donnelly
2012
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