Publications by: Nicole A. Thomas

Also publishes as (Nicole Annette Thomas, Nicole Thomas)

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Thomas, Nicole A., and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2018) Asymmetries in distractibility: left distractors improve reaction time performance. Scientific Reports, 8.

Carragher, Daniel J., Thomas, Nicole A., and Nicholls, Michael E R. (2018) Is trustworthiness lateralized in the face? Evidence from a trust game. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 23 (1). pp. 20-38.

Simpson, Alison, and Thomas, Nicole A. (2018) Neuroticism, schizotypy, and scale anchors influence eye movement behaviour in the visual exploration of abstract art: an exploratory study. Acta Psychologica, 183. pp. 85-98.

Morey, Stephanie A., Thomas, Nicole A., and McCarley, Jason S. (2018) Redundant target processing is robust against changes to task load. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 3.

Thomas, Nicole A., and Takarangi, Melanie K.T. (2018) Visuospatial asymmetries and emotional valence influence mental time travel. Emotion, 18 (4). pp. 577-596.

Carragher, Daniel J., Lawrence, Blake J., Thomas, Nicole A., and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2018) Visuospatial asymmetries do not modulate the cheerleader effect. Scientific Reports, 8.

Thomas, Nicole A., Barone, Alexander J., Flew, Alexandra H., and NIcholls, Michael E.R. (2017) Cross-modal influences on attentional asymmetries: additive effects of attentional orienting and arousal. Neuropsychologia, 96. pp. 39-51.

Wignall, Sophie J., Thomas, Nicole A., and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2017) Fat or fiction? Effects of body size, eating pathology, and sex upon the body schema of an undergraduate population. Body Image, 23. pp. 135-145.

Churches, Owen, Loetscher, Tobias, Thomas, Nicole, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2017) Perceptual biases in the horizontal and vertical dimensions are driven by separate cognitive mechanisms. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70 (3). pp. 444-460.

Tiggemann, Marika, Brown, Zoe, Zaccardo, Mia, and Thomas, Nicole (2017) “Warning: This image has been digitally altered”: The effect of disclaimer labels added to fashion magazine shoots on women's body dissatisfaction. Body Image, 21. pp. 107-113.

Nicholls, Michael E.R., Hobson, Amelia, Petty, Joanne, Churches, Owen, and Thomas, Nicole A. (2017) The effect of cerebral asymmetries and eye scanning on pseudoneglect for a visual search task. Brain and Cognition, 111. pp. 134-143.

Thomas, Nicole, Rose, Whitney, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2017) The influence of distractors and numerical direction on mental number line bisection. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 22. pp. 31-48.

Thomas, Nicole A., Churches, Owen, White, Ian, Mohr, Christine, Schrag, Yann, Obucina, Sabrina, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2017) An investigation of left/right driving rules on deviations while walking. PLOS ONE, 12 (10).

Leggett, Nathan C., Thomas, Nicole A., and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2016) End of the line: line bisection, an unreliable measure of approach and avoidance motivation. Cognition and Emotion, 30 (6). pp. 1164-1179.

Szpak, Ancrêt, Thomas, Nicole A., and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2016) Hemispheric asymmetries in perceived depth revealed through a radial line bisection task. Experimental Brain Research, 234 (3). pp. 807-813.

Szpak, Ancrêt, Nicholls, Michael E.R., Thomas, Nicole A., Laham, Simon M., and Loetscher, Tobias (2016) “No man is an island”: Effects of interpersonal proximity on spatial attention. Cognitive Neuroscience, 7 (1-4). pp. 45-54.

Aniulis, Ellie, Churches, Owen, Thomas, Nicole, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2016) Representational pseudoneglect for detecting changes to Rey–Osterrieth figures. Experimental Brain Research, 234 (11). pp. 3381-3387.

Thomas, Nicole A., Aniulis, Ellie, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2016) The influence of baseline directional differences in pseudoneglect on distractibility. Cortex, 77. pp. 69-83.

Szpak, Ancret, Loetscher, Tobias, Churches, Owen, Thomas, Nicole A., Spence, Charles J., and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2015) Keeping your distance: attentional withdrawal in individuals who show physiological signs of social discomfort. Neuropsychologia, 70. pp. 462-467.

Nicholls, Michael E.R., Loveless, Kellie M., Thomas, Nicole A., Loetscher, Tobias, and Churches, Owen (2015) Some participants may be better than others: sustained attention and motivation are higher early in semester. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68 (1). pp. 10-18.

Thomas, Nicole A., Castine, Benjamin R., Loetscher, Tobias, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2015) Upper visual field distractors preferentially bias attention to the left. Cortex, 64. pp. 179-193.

Szpak, Ancrêt, Loetscher, Tobias, Bastian, John, Thomas, Nicole, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2015) Visual asymmetries for relative depth judgments in a three-dimensional space. Brain and Cognition, 99. pp. 128-134.

Loetscher, Tobias, Chen, Celia, Wignall, Sophie, Bulling, Andreas, Hoppe, Sabrina, Churches, Owen, Thomas, Nicole A., Nicholls, Michael E.R., and Lee, Andrew (2015) A study on the natural history of scanning behaviour in patients with visual field defects after stroke. BMC Neurology, 15.

Thomas, Nicole A., Loetscher, Tobias, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2014) Asymmetries in attention as revealed by fixations and saccades. Experimental Brain Research, 232 (10). pp. 3253-3267.

Nicholls, Michael E.R., Roden, Sally, Thomas, Nicole A., Loetscher, Tobias, Spence, Charles J., and Forte, Jason D. (2014) Close to me: the effect of asymmetrical environments on spatial attention. Ergonomics, 57 (6). pp. 876-885.

Churches, Owen, Feuerriegel, Daniel, Callahan, Rebecca, Wells, Jeremy, Keage, Jocelyn, Keage, Hannah, Kohler, Mark, Thomas, Nicole A., and Nicholls, Mike (2014) Facing up to stereotypes: surgeons and physicians are no different in their emotional expressiveness. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain, and Cognition, 19 (5). pp. 585-590.

Thomas, Nicole A., Wignall, Sophie J., Loetscher, Tobias, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2014) Searching the expressive face: evidence for both the right hemisphere and valence-specific hypotheses. Emotion, 14 (5). pp. 962-977.

Nicholls, Michael E.R., Thomas, Nicole A., and Loetscher, Tobias (2013) An online means of testing asymmetries in seating preference reveals a bias for airplanes and theaters. Human Factors, 55 (4). pp. 725-731.

Nicholls, Michael E.R., Thomas, Nicole A., Loetscher, Tobias, and Grimshaw, Gina M. (2013) The Flinders Handedness survey (FLANDERS): a brief measure of skilled hand preference. Cortex, 49 (10). pp. 2914-2926.

Leggett, Nathan, Thomas, Nicole, Loetscher, Tobias, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2013) The life of p: “just significant” results are on the rise. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 66 (12). pp. 2303-2309.

Thomas, Nicole A., Loetscher, Tobias, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2012) Central fixations with rightward deviations: saccadic eye movements on the landmark task. Experimental Brain Research, 220 (1). pp. 29-39.

Loetscher, Tobias, Nicholls, Michael E.R., Brodtmann, Amy, Thomas, Nicole A., and Brugger, Peter (2012) Disentangling input and output-related components of spatial neglect. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 6.

Thomas, Nicole A., Schneider, Oliver, Gutwin, Carl, and Elias, Lorin J. (2012) Dorsal stream contributions to perceptual asymmetries. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 18 (2). pp. 251-259.

Churches, Owen, Callahan, Rebecca, Michalski, Dana, Brewer, Nicola, Turner, Emma, Keage, Hannah Amy Diane, Thomas, Nicole Annette, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2012) How academics face the world: a study of 5829 homepage pictures. PLoS ONE, 7 (7).

Thomas, Nicole A., and Elias, Lorin J. (2012) Perceptual asymmetries in greyscales: object-based versus space-based influences. Cortex, 48 (5). pp. 553-562.

Thomas, Nicole A., Loetscher, Tobias, Clode, Danielle, and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2012) Right-wing politicians prefer the emotional left. PLoS ONE, 7 (5).

Nicholls, Michael E.R., Thomas, Nicole A., Loetscher, Tobias, Wignall, Sophie, Yates, Mark J., Forte, Jason D., and Spence, Charles J. (2012) The relationship between vertical stimulation and horizontal attentional asymmetries. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65 (12). pp. 2384-2396.

McDine, David A., Livingston, Ian J., Thomas, Nicole A., and Elias, Lorin J. (2011) Lateral biases in lighting of abstract artwork. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain, and Cognition, 16 (3). pp. 268-279.

Hutchison, Jennifer, Thomas, Nicole A., and Elias, Lorin (2011) Leftward lighting in advertisements increases advertisement ratings and purchase intention. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain, and Cognition, 16 (4). pp. 423-432.

Thomas, Nicole A., and Elias, Lorin J. (2011) Upper and lower visual field differences in perceptual asymmetries. Brain Research, 1387. pp. 108-115.

Thomas, Nicole A., and Elias, Lorin J. (2010) Do perceptual asymmetries differ in peripersonal and extrapersonal space? Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 16 (1). pp. 210-214.

Thomas, Nicole A., Stuckel, Dane, Gutwin, Carl, and Elias, Lorin J. (2009) Directional collisions during a route-following task. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 15 (2). pp. 225-230.

Thomas, Nicole A., Burkitt, Jennifer A., Patrick, Regan E., and Elias, Lorin J. (2008) The lighter side of advertising: investigating posing and lighting biases. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain, and Cognition, 13 (6). pp. 504-513.

Thomas, Nicole A., Burkitt, Jennifer A., and Saucier, Deborah M. (2006) Photographer preference or image purpose? An investigation of posing bias in mammalian and non-mammalian species. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain, and Cognition, 11 (4). pp. 350-354.

Burkitt, Jennifer A., Saucier, Deborah M., Thomas, Nicole A., and Ehresman, Crystal (2006) When advertising turns “cheeky”! Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain, and Cognition, 11 (3). pp. 277-286.

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