Unconscious priming eliminates automatic binding of colour and alphanumeric form in synaesthesia
It is concluded that automatic binding of colour and alphanumeric form in synaesthesia arises after initial processes of letter and digit recognition are complete and that synaesthetic experiences can be prevented despite substantial processing of the sensory stimuli that otherwise trigger them.
White‐matter abnormalities in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: A diffusion tensor imaging study
- T. Silk, A. Vance, N. Rinehart, J. Bradshaw, R. Cunnington
- Psychology, BiologyHuman Brain Mapping
- 15 September 2009
Anomalous white‐matter development in ADHD is demonstrated in distinct cortical regions that have been shown to be dysfunctional or hypoactive in fMRI studies of ADHD, adding to an emerging picture of abnormal development within fronto‐parietal cortical networks that may underpin the cognitive and attentional disturbances associated with ADHD.
Free-viewing perceptual asymmetries for the judgement of brightness, numerosity and size
Atypical interference of local detail on global processing in high-functioning autism and Asperger's disorder.
- N. Rinehart, J. Bradshaw, S. Moss, A. Brereton, B. Tonge
- PsychologyJournal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and…
- 1 September 2000
Global processing in children and adolescents with autism and Asperger's disorder was more vulnerable when the local stimuli were incongruent, and the neurobiological significance of these findings were discussed in the context of a fronto-striatal model of dysfunction.
Addiction, compulsive drug seeking, and the role of frontostriatal mechanisms in regulating inhibitory control
Can task specific perceptual bias be distinguished from unilateral neglect?
Associations between laboratory measures of executive inhibitory control and self-reported impulsivity
Age and responding-hand related changes in performance of neurologically normal subjects on the line-bisection and chimeric-faces tasks
Look at me, I'm smiling: Visual search for threatening and nonthreatening facial expressions
Using a visual search paradigm, this series of experiments determined whether threatening and nonthreatening facial expressions attract attention. In Experiment 1, participants were instructed to…
Movement Preparation in High-Functioning Autism and Asperger Disorder: A Serial Choice Reaction Time Task Involving Motor Reprogramming
- N. Rinehart, J. Bradshaw, A. Brereton, B. Tonge
- Psychology, BiologyJournal of autism and developmental disorders
- 1 February 2001
The results indicated that individuals with autism and Asperger disorder have atypical movement preparation with an intact ability to execute movement.