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The cognitive underpinnings of emerging mathematical skills: Executive functioning, patterns, numeracy, and arithmetic
K Lee, SF Ng, ML Pe, SY Ang, N Hasshim, R Bull
British Journal of Educational Psychology 82 (1), 82-99, 2012
1682012
Applied screening tests for the detection of superior face recognition
S Bate, C Frowd, R Bennetts, N Hasshim, E Murray, AK Bobak, H Wills, ...
Cognitive research: principles and implications 3, 1-19, 2018
962018
The loci of Stroop effects: a critical review of methods and evidence for levels of processing contributing to color-word Stroop effects and the implications for the loci of …
BA Parris, N Hasshim, M Wadsley, M Augustinova, L Ferrand
Psychological Research 86, 1029–1053, 2022
562022
The limits of super recognition: An other-ethnicity effect in individuals with extraordinary face recognition skills.
S Bate, R Bennetts, N Hasshim, E Portch, E Murray, E Burns, G Dudfield
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 45 (3), 363, 2019
502019
Assessing stimulus–stimulus (semantic) conflict in the Stroop task using saccadic two-to-one color response mapping and preresponse pupillary measures
N Hasshim, BA Parris
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77, 2601-2610, 2015
502015
An fMRI study of response and semantic conflict in the Stroop task
BA Parris, MG Wadsley, N Hasshim, A Benattayallah, M Augustinova, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 478835, 2019
382019
The consistency of superior face recognition skills in police officers
S Bate, C Frowd, R Bennetts, N Hasshim, E Portch, E Murray, G Dudfield
Applied Cognitive Psychology 33 (5), 828-842, 2019
312019
Two-to-one color-response mapping and the presence of semantic conflict in the Stroop task
N Hasshim, BA Parris
Frontiers in psychology 5, 111483, 2014
282014
Trial type mixing substantially reduces the response set effect in the Stroop task
N Hasshim, BA Parris
Acta Psychologica 189, 43-53, 2018
182018
The Role of Contingency and Correlation in the Stroop Task
N Hasshim, BA Parris
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2021
142021
The effect of high-frequency rTMS of the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex on the resolution of response, semantic and task conflict in the colour-word Stroop task
BA Parris, MG Wadsley, G Arabaci, N Hasshim, M Augustinova, L Ferrand
Brain Structure and Function 226, 1241-1252, 2021
122021
Look into my eyes: Pupillometry reveals that a post‐hypnotic suggestion for word blindness reduces Stroop interference by marshalling greater effortful control
BA Parris, N Hasshim, Z Dienes
European Journal of Neuroscience, 2021
122021
Response Time Distribution Analysis of Semantic and Response Interference in a Manual Response Stroop Task
N Hasshim, M Downes, S Bate, BA Parris
Experimental Psychology, 2019
112019
Do task sets compete in the Stroop task and other selective attention paradigms?
BA Parris, N Hasshim, L Ferrand, M Augustinova
Journal of cognition 6 (1), 2023
72023
An exploration of sleep and family factors in young children at familial risk for ADHD
J Keating, J Bramham, F McNicholas, A Carr, N Hasshim, M Downes
Behavioral Sleep Medicine 19 (6), 754-768, 2021
62021
Links between daytime napping, night-time sleep quality and infant attention: an eye-tracking, actigraphy and parent-report study
N Hasshim, J Bramham, J Keating, RA Gaffney, L Keenan, S Conroy, ...
Children 9 (11), 1613, 2022
12022
Distributional analyses reveal the polymorphic nature of the Stroop interference effect: It’s about (response) time
LM Martinon, L Ferrand, M Burca, N Hasshim, D Lakhzoum, BA Parris, ...
Memory & Cognition, 1-17, 2024
2024
No pupillometric evidence for effortful proactive control in the proportion-congruent Stroop paradigm
N Hasshim, M Carruthers, L Ferrand, M Augustinova, BA Parris
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 17470218241235671, 2024
2024
Linking cognitive control to language comprehension: proportion congruency effects in syntactic ambiguity resolution
N Hasshim, A Kukona
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 39 (4), 431-447, 2024
2024
Primacy of mouth over eyes to perceive audiovisual Mandarin lexical tones
B Zeng, G Yu, N Hasshim, S Hong
Journal of Eye Movement Research 16 (4), 2023
2023
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