Nicola Brunswick
Nicola Brunswick
Associate Professor of Psychology, Middlesex University
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Reading the mind in cartoons and stories: an fMRI study of ‘theory of mind’in verbal and nonverbal tasks
HL Gallagher, F Happé, N Brunswick, PC Fletcher, U Frith, CD Frith
Neuropsychologia 38 (1), 11-21, 2000
Dyslexia: Cultural diversity and biological unity
U Paulesu, E., Démonet, J.-F., Fazio, F., McCrory, E., Chanoine, V ...
Science 291 (5511), 2165-2167, 2001
Explicit and implicit processing of words and pseudowords by adult developmental dyslexics: a search for Wernicke's Wortschatz?
U Brunswick, N., McCrory, E., Price, C., Frith, C.D. & Frith
Brain 122, 1901-1917, 1999
A cultural effect on brain function
E Paulesu, E McCrory, F Fazio, L Menoncello, N Brunswick, SF Cappa, ...
Nature neuroscience 3 (1), 91-96, 2000
Awareness of risk factors for cancer among British adults
J Wardle, J Waller, N Brunswick, MJ Jarvis
Public health 115 (3), 173-174, 2001
Abnormal functional activation during a simple word repetition task: A PET study of adult dyslexics
E McCrory, U Frith, N Brunswick, C Price
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 12 (5), 753-762, 2000
Public awareness of warning signs for cancer in Britain
N Brunswick, J Wardle, MJ Jarvis
Cancer Causes & Control 12 (1), 33-37, 2001
Auditory event-related potentials, dichotic listening performance and handedness as indices of lateralisation in dyslexic and normal readers
N Brunswick, G Rippon
International Journal of Psychophysiology 18 (3), 265-275, 1994
Visuospatial superiority in developmental dyslexia: Myth or reality?
N Brunswick, GN Martin, L Marzano
Learning and Individual Differences 20 (5), 421-426, 2010
Trait and state EEG indices of information processing in developmental dyslexia
G Rippon, N Brunswick
International Journal of Psychophysiology 36 (3), 251-265, 2000
Drawing on the right side of the brain: a voxel-based morphometry analysis of observational drawing
R Chamberlain, IC McManus, N Brunswick, Q Rankin, H Riley, R Kanai
NeuroImage 96, 167-173, 2014
Art students who cannot draw: Exploring the relations between drawing ability, visual memory, accuracy of copying, and dyslexia.
IC McManus, R Chamberlain, PW Loo, Q Rankin, H Riley, N Brunswick
Psychology of aesthetics, creativity, and the arts 4 (1), 18, 2010
Reading and dyslexia in different orthographies
N Brunswick, S McDougall, PDM Davies
Psychology Press, 2010
Local processing enhancements associated with superior observational drawing are due to enhanced perceptual functioning, not weak central coherence
R Chamberlain, IC McManus, H Riley, Q Rankin, N Brunswick
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (7), 1448-1466, 2013
Early cognitive profiles of emergent readers: A longitudinal study
N Brunswick, GN Martin, G Rippon
Journal of experimental child psychology 111 (2), 268-285, 2012
Unimpaired reading development and dyslexia across different languages
N Brunswick
Reading and dyslexia in different orthographies, 149-172, 2010
N Brunswick
The Linguistics Encyclopaedia (3rd edition), 142-147, 2010
Supporting dyslexic adults in higher education and the workplace
N Brunswick
John Wiley & Sons, 2012
Comfort and challenge: A thematic analysis of female clinicians’ experiences of supervision
F Starr, K Ciclitira, L Marzano, N Brunswick, A Costa
Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 86 (3), 334-351, 2013
Does shape constancy relate to drawing ability? Two failures to replicate
IC McManus, PW Loo, R Chamberlain, H Riley, N Brunswick
Empirical Studies of the Arts 29 (2), 191-208, 2011
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