David F. Nichols

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Psychology Roanoke College 
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Shields SM, Morse CE, Applebaugh ED, et al. (2016) Are Electrode Caps Worth the Investment? An Evaluation of EEG Methods in Undergraduate Neuroscience Laboratory Courses and Research. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education : June : a Publication of Fun, Faculty For Undergraduate Neuroscience. 15: A29-A37
Nichols DF, Betts LR, Wilson HR. (2016) Position selectivity in face-sensitive visual cortex to facial and nonfacial stimuli: an fMRI study. Brain and Behavior. 6: e00542
Hock HS, Nichols DF. (2013) The perception of object versus objectless motion. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 75: 726-37
Hock HS, Nichols DF. (2012) Motion perception induced by dynamic grouping: a probe for the compositional structure of objects. Vision Research. 59: 45-63
Daniels LB, Nichols DF, Seifert MS, et al. (2012) Changes in pupil diameter entrained by cortically initiated changes in attention. Visual Neuroscience. 29: 131-42
Nichols DF, Betts LR, Wilson HR. (2010) Decoding of faces and face components in face-sensitive human visual cortex. Frontiers in Psychology. 1: 28
Hock HS, Nichols DF. (2010) The line motion illusion: the detection of counterchanging edge and surface contrast. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 36: 781-96
Nichols DF, Wilson HR. (2009) Stimulus specificity in spatially-extended interocular suppression. Vision Research. 49: 2110-20
Nichols DF, Wilson HR. (2009) Effect of transient versus sustained activation on interocular suppression. Vision Research. 49: 102-14
Nichols DF, Hock HS, Schöner G. (2006) Linking dynamical perceptual decisions at different levels of description in motion pattern formation: computational simulations. Perception & Psychophysics. 68: 515-33
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