Amanda Parker

University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom 
cognitive neuroscience
"Amanda Parker"
Mean distance: 14.39 (cluster 17)


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Alais D, Parker A. (2012) Binocular rivalry produced by temporal frequency differences. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 6: 227
Vincent CJ, Gobet F, Parker A, et al. (2010) The L/M-opponent channel provides a distinct and time-dependent contribution towards visual recognition. Perception. 39: 1185-98
Prescott MJ, Brown VJ, Flecknell PA, et al. (2010) Refinement of the use of food and fluid control as motivational tools for macaques used in behavioural neuroscience research: report of a Working Group of the NC3Rs. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 193: 167-88
Alais D, van Boxtel JJ, Parker A, et al. (2010) Attending to auditory signals slows visual alternations in binocular rivalry. Vision Research. 50: 929-35
van Ee R, van Boxtel JJ, Parker AL, et al. (2009) Multisensory congruency as a mechanism for attentional control over perceptual selection. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 29: 11641-9
O'Shea RP, Parker A, La Rooy D, et al. (2009) Monocular rivalry exhibits three hallmarks of binocular rivalry: evidence for common processes. Vision Research. 49: 671-81
Bhardwaj R, O'Shea RP, Alais D, et al. (2008) Probing visual consciousness: rivalry between eyes and images. Journal of Vision. 8: 2.1-13
Campitelli G, Parker A, Head K, et al. (2008) Left lateralization in autobiographical memory: An fMRI study using the expert archival paradigm International Journal of Neuroscience. 118: 191-209
Campitelli G, Gobet F, Head K, et al. (2007) Brain localization of memory chunks in chessplayers International Journal of Neuroscience. 117: 1641-1659
Parker A, Alais D. (2007) A bias for looming stimuli to predominate in binocular rivalry. Vision Research. 47: 2661-74
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