Louise A. Brown Nicholls
Louise A. Brown Nicholls
Senior Lecturer in Psychology at University of Strathclyde
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The role of attention in binding visual features in working memory: Evidence from cognitive ageing
LA Brown, JR Brockmole
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (10), 2067-2079, 2010
1382010
Processing Speed and Visuo-Spatial Executive Function Predict Visual Working Memory Ability in Older Adults
LA Brown, JR Brockmole, AJ Gow, IJ Deary
Experimental Aging Research 38 (1), 1-19, 2012
712012
Limiting the use of verbal coding in the Visual Patterns Test
LA Brown, D Forbes, J McConnell
The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 59 (7), 1169-1176, 2006
542006
Visual working memory is enhanced by mixed strategy use and semantic coding
LA Brown, RW Wesley
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25 (3), 328-338, 2013
372013
Aging and the rate of visual information processing
D Guest, CJ Howard, LA Brown, H Gleeson
Journal of vision 15 (14), 10-10, 2015
282015
Supplementing cognitive aging: a selective review of the effects of ginkgo biloba and a number of everyday nutritional substances
LA Brown, LM Riby, JL Reay
Experimental aging research 36 (1), 105-122, 2009
282009
The impact of working memory load on task execution and online plan adjustment during multitasking in a virtual environment
AS Law, SL Trawley, LA Brown, AN Stephens, RH Logie
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (6), 1241-1258, 2013
272013
Towards intervention development to increase the uptake of COVID-19 vaccination among those at high risk: outlining evidence-based and theoretically informed future …
L William, A Gallant, S Rasmussen, LAB Nicholls, N Cogan, K Deakin, ...
British Journal of Health Psychology, 2020
252020
Visual feature binding in younger and older adults: encoding and suffix interference effects
LA Brown, EH Niven, RH Logie, S Rhodes, RJ Allen
Memory 25 (2), 261-275, 2017
242017
Spatial-sequential working memory in younger and older adults: age predicts backward recall performance within both age groups
LA Brown
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1514, 2016
222016
Glucose enhancement of event-related potentials associated with episodic memory and attention
LA Brown, LM Riby
Food & function 4 (5), 770-776, 2013
222013
Aging and visual feature binding in working memory
RJ Allen, LA Brown, E Niven
Working memory: Developmental differences, component processes, and …, 2013
202013
Prospective memory in a virtual environment: Beneficial effects of cue saliency
SL Trawley, AS Law, LA Brown, EH Niven, RH Logie
Journal of cognitive psychology 26 (1), 39-47, 2014
132014
Retrieval and Monitoring Processes during Visual Working Memory: An ERP Study of the Benefit of Visual Semantics
E Orme, LA Brown, LM Riby
Frontiers in Psychology 8 (1080), 2017
82017
Globalising strategies to meet global challenges: the case of ageing and dementia
MA Parra, S Butler, WJ McGeown, LAB Nicholls, DJ Robertson
Journal of Global Health 9 (2), 2019
52019
Older adults benefit from symmetry, but not semantic availability, in visual working memory
CJ Hamilton, LA Brown, C Rossi-Arnaud
Frontiers in Psychology 8 (2373), 1-10, 2018
32018
Multimodal coding and strategic approach in young and older adults' visual working memory performance.
LAB Nicholls, B English
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 27 (1), 83-113, 2020
22020
Adulthood to ageing
O Lopez-Fernandez, R Stack, S Mitra, LAB Nicholls
Essential psychology, 489-511, 2019
22019
Strategic prioritisation enhances young and older adults’ visual feature binding in working memory.
RJ Allen, AL Atkinson, LAB Nicholls
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2020
12020
Impacts of trait anxiety on visual working memory, as a function of task demand and situational stress.
DM Spalding, M Obonsawin, C Eynon, A Glass, L Holton, M McGibbon, ...
Cognition & Emotion, 2020
12020
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