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  • 2023

    O’Dowd, A., Hirst, R. J., Setti, A., Kenny, R. A., & Newell, F. N. (2023). Older adults with slow sit to stand times show reduced temporal precision of audio–visual integration. Experimental Brain Research. 10.1007/s00221-023-06628-3

    O’Dowd, A., Hirst, R. J., Setti, A., Donoghue, O. A., Kenny, R. A., & Newell, F. N. (2023). The temporal precision of audio-visual integration is associated with longitudinal fall incidents but not sensorimotor fall risk in older adults. Scientific Reports.

    Azizi, Z., Hirst, R. J., O’Dowd, A., McCrory, C., Kenny, R. A., Newell, F. N., & Setti, A. (2023). Evidence for an Association between Allostatic Load and Multisensory Integration in Middle-Aged and Older Adults. Available at SSRN 4325854. PDF

    Setti, A., Hernández, B., Hirst, R. J., Donoghue, O. A., Kenny, R. A., & Newell, F. N. (2023). Susceptibility to the sound-induced flash illusion is associated with gait speed in a large sample of middle-aged and older adults. Experimental gerontology, 112113. PDF


    O’Dowd, A., Hirst, R. J., Setti, A., Kenny, R. A., & Newell, F. N. (2022). Self-reported sensory decline in older adults is longitudinally associated with both modality-general and modality-specific factors. Innovation in Aging. PDF

    Cunningham, J., O’Dowd, A., Broglio, S. P., Newell, F. N., Kelly, Á., Joyce, O., … & Wilson, F. (2022). Multisensory perception is not influenced by previous concussion history in retired rugby union players. Brain injury36(9), 1123-1132. PDF

    Merriman, N. A., Roudaia, E., Ondřej, J., Romagnoli, M., Orvieto, I., O’Sullivan, C., & Newell, F. N. (2022). ‘CityQuest’, a custom-designed serious game, enhances spatial memory performance in older adults. Frontiers in aging neuroscience, 180. PDF.

    O’Dowd, A., Cooney, S. M., & Newell, F. N. (2022). Self-reported vividness of tactile imagery for object properties and body regions: An exploratory study. Consciousness and Cognition103, 103376. PDF.

    McGovern, D. P., Burns, S., Hirst, R. J., & Newell, F. N. (2022). Perceptual training narrows the temporal binding window of audiovisual integration in both younger and older adults. Neuropsychologia173, 108309.PDF

    Newell, Fiona N. and Pierce, Kenneth L. (2022)  ‘George Berkeley 1685-1753’ Chapter in ‘Pioneers of Irish Neuroscience: A History of Brain Science in Ireland’ by Áine Kelly, Zsuzsanna Zarka and Richard Roche [Eds], Lettertec publishers, Cork, Ireland.

    Gori, M., Price, S., Newell, F. N., Berthouze, N., & Volpe, G. (2022). Multisensory Perception and Learning: Linking Pedagogy, Psychophysics, and Human–Computer Interaction. Multisensory Research35(4), 335-366.. PDF

    Hirst, R. J., Setti, A., De Looze, C., Kenny, R. A., & Newell, F. N. (2022). Multisensory integration precision is associated with better cognitive performance over time in older adults: A large-scale exploratory study. Aging Brain2, 100038. PDF

    Hirst, R. J., Cassarino, M., Kenny, R. A., Newell, F. N., & Setti, A. (2022). Urban and rural environments differentially shape multisensory perception in ageing. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition29(2), 197-212.. PDF

  • 2021

    Brady, N., Darmody, K., Newell, F. N., & Cooney, S. M. (2021). Holistic processing of faces and words predicts reading accuracy and speed in dyslexic readers. Plos one16(12), e0259986.. PDF

    Stoycheva, P., Kauramäki, J., Newell, F. N., & Tiippana, K. (2021). Haptic recognition memory and lateralisation for verbal and nonverbal shapes. Memory29(8), 1043-1057.PDF

    De Looze, C., Feeney, J. C., Scarlett, S., Hirst, R., Knight, S. P., Carey, D., … & Kenny, R. A. (2022). Sleep duration, sleep problems, and perceived stress are associated with hippocampal subfield volumes in later life: findings from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing. Sleep45(1), zsab241. PDF

    Cooney, S. M., Holmes, C. A., & Newell, F. N. (2021). Children’s spatial–numerical associations on horizontal, vertical, and sagittal axes. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology209, 105169.. PDF

    Hirst, R. J., Whelan, R., Boyle, R., Setti, A., Knight, S., O’Connor, J., … & Newell, F. N. (2021). Gray matter volume in the right angular gyrus is associated with differential patterns of multisensory integration with aging. Neurobiology of Aging100, 83-90. PDF

    O’Dowd, A., Cooney, S. M., Sorgini, F., O’Rourke, E., Reilly, R. B., Newell, F. N., & Hirst, R. J. (2021). The development of visuotactile congruency effects for sequences of events. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology207, 105094. PDF

  • 2020

    Stoycheva, P. L., Kauramäki, J., Newell, F. N., & Tiippana, K. (2020). Laterality effects in the haptic discrimination of verbal and non-verbal shapes. Laterality25(6), 654-674. PDF

    Hirst, R. J., Setti, A., De Looze, C., Akuffo, K. O., Peto, T., Kenny, R. A., & Newell, F. N. (2020). The effect of eye disease, cataract surgery and hearing aid use on multisensory integration in ageing. Cortex133, 161-176. PDF

    Ho, P. K., & Newell, F. N. (2020). Changes in perceptual category affects serial dependence in judgements of attractiveness. Visual Cognition28(10), 557-580. PDF

    De Looze, C., Williamson, W., Hirst, R., O’Connor, J., Knight, S., McCrory, C., … & Kenny, R. A. (2020). Impaired orthostatic heart rate recovery is associated with smaller thalamic volume: Results from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Aging (TILDA). Human brain mapping41(12), 3370-3378. PDF

    Hirst, R., McGovern, D., Setti, A., Shams, L., & Newell, F. (2020). What you see is what you hear: 20 years of research using the Sound-Induced Flash Illusion. Neuroscience & BioBehavioural Reviews, 118, 759 – 774. PDF

    O’Dowd, A., Sorgini, F., & Newell, F. N. (2020). Seeing an image of the hand affects performance on a crossmodal congruency task for sequences of events. Consciousness and Cognition80, 102900. PDF

    O’Dowd, A., & Newell, F. N. (2020). The rubber hand illusion is influenced by self-recognition. Neuroscience Letters720, 134756. PDF

  • 2019

    Joyce, O., Hopkins, D., McCollum, A., Newell, F., Wilson, F., & Kelly, A. (2019). Sports Concussion and Brain Health: The Need For Objective Tests of Pathological Brain Indices. In JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA (Vol. 36, No. 13, pp. A29-A30). 140 HUGUENOT STREET, 3RD FL, NEW ROCHELLE, NY 10801 USA: MARY ANN LIEBERT, INC.

    Hirst, R. J., Setti, A., Kenny, R. A., & Newell, F. N. (2019). Age-related sensory decline mediates the Sound-Induced Flash Illusion: Evidence for reliability weighting models of multisensory perception. Scientific Reports9(1), 1-12. PDF

    Hernández, B., Setti, A., Kenny, R. A., & Newell, F. N. (2019). Individual differences in ageing, cognitive status, and sex on susceptibility to the sound-induced flash illusion: A large-scale study. Psychology and Aging34(7), 978. PDF

    Cooney, S., Holmes, C., & Newell, F. (2019). The role of horizontal, vertical and sagittal axes on visuo–spatial number mapping in children. In PERCEPTION (Vol. 48, pp. 58-59). 1 OLIVERS YARD, 55 CITY ROAD, LONDON EC1Y 1SP, ENGLAND: SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD.

    O’Dowd, A., Cooney, S. M., McGovern, D. P., & Newell, F. N. (2019). Do synaesthesia and mental imagery tap into similar cross-modal processes?. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B374(1787), 20180359. PDF

  • 2018

    Ho, P. K., Woods, A., & Newell, F. N. (2018). Temporal shifts in eye gaze and facial expressions independently contribute to the perceived attractiveness of unfamiliar faces. Visual Cognition26(10), 831-852. PDF

    O’Callaghan, G., O’Dowd, A., Stapleton, J., Merriman, N. A., Roudaia, E., & Newell, F. N. (2018). Changes in regional brain grey-matter volume following successful completion of a sensori-motor intervention targeted at healthy and fall-prone older adults. Multisensory Research31(3-4), 317-344.

    Merriman, N. A., Roudaia, E., Romagnoli, M., Orvieto, I., & Newell, F. N. (2018). Acceptability of a custom-designed game, CityQuest, aimed at improving balance confidence and spatial cognition in fall-prone and healthy older adults. Behaviour & Information Technology37(6), 538-557. PDF

    Sorgini, F., Massari, L., D’Abbraccio, J., Palermo, E., Menciassi, A., Petrovic, P. B., … & Oddo, C. M. (2018). Neuromorphic vibrotactile stimulation of fingertips for encoding object stiffness in telepresence sensory substitution and augmentation applications. Sensors18(1), 261. PDF

    O’Callaghan, G., O’Dowd, A., Simões-Franklin, C., Stapleton, J., & Newell, F. N. (2018). Tactile-to-visual cross-modal transfer of texture categorisation following training: an fMRI study. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience12, 24. PDF

    Merriman, N. A., Ondřej, J., Rybicki, A., Roudaia, E., O’Sullivan, C., & Newell, F. N. (2018). Crowded environments reduce spatial memory in older but not younger adults. Psychological research82(2), 407-428. PDF

    Roudaia, E., Calabro, F. J., Vaina, L. M., & Newell, F. N. (2018). Aging impairs audiovisual facilitation of object motion within self-motion. Multisensory Research31(3-4), 251-272. PDF

  • 2017

    Newell, F. N. (2017). Introduction to the Special Issue on Synaesthesia and Cross-Modal Perception. Multisensory Research30(3-5), 195-197. DOI

    Bülthoff, I., & Newell, F. N. (2017). Crossmodal priming of unfamiliar faces supports early interactions between voices and faces in person perception. Visual Cognition25(4-6), 611-628. PDF

    McGovern, D. P., Walsh, K. S., Bell, J., & Newell, F. N. (2017). Individual differences in context-dependent effects reveal common mechanisms underlying the direction aftereffect and direction repulsion. Vision research141, 109-116. PDF

  • 2016

    Newell, F. N., & Mitchell, K. J. (2016). Multisensory integration and cross-modal learning in synaesthesia: a unifying model. Neuropsychologia88, 140-150. PDF

    McGovern, D. P., Astle, A. T., Clavin, S. L., & Newell, F. N. (2016). Task-specific transfer of perceptual learning across sensory modalities. Current Biology26(1), R20-R21. PDF

    Kiiski, H. S., Cullen, B., Clavin, S. L., & Newell, F. N. (2016). Perceptual and social attributes underlining age-related preferences for faces. Frontiers in human neuroscience10, 437. PDF

    Merriman, N. A., Ondřej, J., Roudaia, E., O’Sullivan, C., & Newell, F. N. (2016). Familiar environments enhance object and spatial memory in both younger and older adults. Experimental Brain Research234, 1555-1574. PDF

    McGovern, D. P., Roudaia, E., Newell, F. N., & Roach, N. W. (2016). Perceptual learning shapes multisensory causal inference via two distinct mechanisms. Scientific reports6(1), 24673.  PDF

  • 2015

    Whyatt, C., Merriman, N. A., Young, W. R., Newell, F. N., & Craig, C. (2015). A Wii bit of fun: a novel platform to deliver effective balance training to older adults. Games for health journal4(6), 423-433. PDF

    Barrett, M. M., & Newell, F. N. (2015). Task-specific, age related effects in the cross-modal identification and localisation of objects. Multisensory research28(1-2), 111-151. DOI

    Maguinness, C., & Newell, F. N. (2015). Non-rigid, but not rigid, motion interferes with the processing of structural face information in developmental prosopagnosia. Neuropsychologia70, 281-295. PDF

    Bülthoff, I., & Newell, F. N. (2015). Distinctive voices enhance the visual recognition of unfamiliar faces. Cognition137, 9-21. PDF

    Merriman, N. A., Whyatt, C., Setti, A., Craig, C., & Newell, F. N. (2015). Successful balance training is associated with improved multisensory function in fall-prone older adults. Computers in human behavior45, 192-203. PDF

    Kiiski, H., Hoyet, L., Woods, A. T., O’Sullivan, C., & Newell, F. N. (2015). Strutting hero, sneaking villain: Utilizing body motion cues to predict the intentions of others. ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP)13(1), 1-21. PDF

  • 2014

    McGovern DP, Roudaia E, Stapleton J, McGinnity TM, Newell FN, The sound-induced flash illusion reveals dissociable age-related effects in multisensory integration., Frontiers in aging neuroscience, 6, 2014, p250Journal Article, 2014 PDF

    Stapleton, J., Setti, A., Doheny, E. P., Kenny, R. A., & Newell, F. N. , A standing posture is associated with increased susceptibility to the sound-induced flash illusion in fall-prone older adults. , Experimental brain research, 232, (3), 2014, p423 – 434 PDF

    Maguinness, C. & Newell, F. N. (2014). Recognising others: Adaptive changes to person recognition throughout the lifespan. In Schwartz, B. L., Howe, M. L., Toglia, M. P., & Otgaar, H. (Eds).  What is adaptive about adaptive memory?  Oxford University Press.

  • 2013

    Roudaia E., Gallego J., Nolan H., Fearon C., Newell F., Reilly RB, Sensorimotor synchronization to auditory and visual cues in ageing and Parkinson’s disease, EU Cost Action TIMELY, February, 2013 URL

    Recognizing others: Adaptive changes to person recognition throughout the lifespan in, editor(s)Bennett L. Schwartz, Mark L. Howe, Michael P. Toglia, Henry Otgaar , What is adaptive about adaptive memory?, UK, Oxford University Press, 2013, pp231 – 257, [Maguinness C, Newell FN] URL

    Chan, JS & Newell, FN, The effect of non-informative spatial sounds on haptic scene recognition, International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communications Systems, 6, (4), 2013, p342 – 365 PDF

    O’Hanlon E, Newell FN, Mitchell KJ, Combined structural and functional imaging reveals cortical deactivations in grapheme-color synaesthesia., Frontiers in psychology, 4, 2013, p755  PDF

    Maguinness, C., Setti, A., Roudaia, E., Kenny, R. A. (2013). Does that look heavy to you? Perceived weight judgement in lifting actions in younger and older adults. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7:795. PDF

    Setti A, Burke KE, Kenny R, Newell FN. , Susceptibility to a multisensory speech illusion in older persons is driven by perceptual processes., Frontiers in Psychology: Language Sciences, 4, (575), 2013  PDF

    Pasqualotto A, Finucane CM, Newell FN, Ambient visual information confers a context-specific, long-term benefit on memory for haptic scenes., Cognition, 128, (3), 2013, p363-379 PDF

    Barrett, M.M., Doheny, E.P., Setti, A., Maguinness, C., Foran, T.G., Kenny, R.A. & Newell, F.N., Reduced vision selectively impairs spatial updating in fall prone older adults, Multisensory Research, 1, (1), 2013, p69 – 94 PDF

    Stapleton, J., Setti, A., Doheny, E. P., Kenny, R. A., & Newell, F. N. (2013). A standing posture increases susceptibility to the sound induced flash illusion in fall-prone older adults. Experimental Brain Research. PDF

    Synaesthesia, meaning, and multi-lingual speakers in, editor(s)Julia Simner and Edward Hubbard , Oxford Handbook of Synaesthesia, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 2013, pp181 – 204, [Newell, F.N.]

  • 2012

    Emma J. Rose, Ciara Greene, Sinead Kelly, Derek W. Morris, Ian H. Robertson, Ciara Fahey, Sarah Jacobson, John O’Doherty, Fiona N. Newell, Jane McGrath, Arun Bodke, Hugh Garavan, Thomas Frodl, Michael Gill, Aiden P. Corvin, Gary Donohoe, The NOS1 variant rs6490121 is associated with variation in prefrontal function and gray matter density in healthy individuals, NeuroImage, 60, (1), 2012, p614-622 PDF

    Chan, JS., Maguinness, C., Lisiecka, D. Setti, A. & Newell, FN, Evidence for crossmodal interactions across depth on target localisation performance in a spatial array, Perception, 41, 2012, p757 – 773 PDF

    Pomianowska I, Germeys F, Verfaillie K, Newell FN., The role of social cues in the deployment of spatial attention: head-body relationships automatically activate directional spatial codes in a Simon task., Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 6, (4), 2012, p1 – 7 PDF

    Barrett, M., Cullen, B., Maguinness, C., Merriman, N. Roudaia, E., Stapleton, J. Stienen, BMC & Newell, FN, A glance back on 50 years of research in perception, Irish Journal of Psychology, 33, (2-3), 2012, p65-71 DOI

    Rose EJ, Morris DW, Fahey C, Robertson IH, Greene C, O’Doherty J, Newell FN, Garavan H, McGrath J, Bokde A, Tropea D, Gill M, Corvin AP, Donohoe G., The effect of the neurogranin schizophrenia risk variant rs12807809 on brain structure and function., Twin Research and Human Genetics, 15, (3), 2012, p296 – 303 PDF

    O’Mahony, C. & Newell, F.N., Integration of faces and voices, but not faces and names, in familiar person recognition, British Journal of Psychology, 103, (1), 2012, p73 – 82 PDF

    McHugh, J.E., Kearney, G., Rice, H., Newell, F.N, The sound of the crowd: auditory information modulates the perceived emotion of a crowd based on bodily expressions., Emotion (Washington, D.C.), 12, (1), 2012, p120-131 PDF

  • 2011

    Setti A, Finnigan S, Sobolewski R, McLaren L, Robertson IH, Reilly RB, Kenny RA, Newell FN, Audiovisual temporal discrimination is less efficient with aging: an event-related potential study., Neuroreport, 22, (11), 2011, p554-8 PDF

    Setti, A., & Chan J. S. (2011). Familiarity of objects affects susceptibility to the sound-induced flash illusion. Neuroscience Letters. 492(1), 19-22. PDF

    Simoes-Franklin, C., Whitaker, T.A. & Newell, FN, Active and passive touch differentially activate somatosensory cortex in texture perception, Human Brain Mapping, 32, (7), 2011, p1067-1080 PDF

    Newell, FN, Setti, A. Foran, T., Burke, K., & Kenny, RA, Reduced vision impairs spatial cognition in fall-prone older adults, INSIGHT: Research and Practice in Visual Impairment and Blindness, 4, (3), 2011, p103 – 111 PDF

    Maguinness C, Setti A, Burke KE, Kenny RA, Newell FN, The Effect of Combined Sensory and Semantic Components on Audio-Visual Speech Perception in Older Adults, Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 3, (19), 2011 PDF

    Setti, A., Burke, K.E., Kenny, RA., & Newell, F.N., Is inefficient multisensory processing associated with falls in older people?, Experimental Brain Research., 209, (3), 2011, p375-384 PDF 

    Chan, J. S. & Newell, F.N. (2011). The effect of non-informative spatial sounds on haptic scene recognition. International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communications Systems. [Mendeley]

  • 2010

    McHugh, J.E., McDonnell, R., O’Sullivan, C. & Newell, F.N., Perceiving emotion in crowds: the role of dynamic body postures on the perception of emotion in crowded scenes, Experimental Brain Research., 204, (3), 2010, p361 – 372 PDF

    Chan, J.S., Simoes-Franklin, C., Garavan, H. & Newell, F.N., Static images of novel, moveable objects learned through touch activate visual area hMT+, Neuroimage, 49, 2010, p1708 – 1716 PDF

    Alais, D., Newell, F.N. & Mamassian, P., Multisensory processing in review: From physiology to behaviour, Seeing & Perceiving, 23, (1), 2010, p3 – 38 PDF

    Visuo-haptic perception of objects and scenes in, editor(s)Marcus J. Naumer & Jochen Kaiser , Multisensory object perception in the primate brain, Springer, 2010, [Newell, F.N.] PDF

    Setti, A., & Newell, F. N. (2010). The effect of body and part-based motion on the recognition of unfamiliar objects, Visual Cognition, 18(3), 456-80. PDF

  • 2009

    Kenny, RA., Dishongh, T., Newell, F.N. & Ni Scanail, C., Research to reduce falls in older people: the TRIL centre, Geriatric Medicine, 39, (6), 2009, p326 – 327Journal Article, 2009 PDF

    Barnett KJ, Feeney, J., Gormley, M & Newell FN, An exploratory study of linguistic-colour associations across languages in multilingual synaesthetes, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62, (7), 2009, p1343 – 1355 PDF

    McDonnell, R., Joerg, S., McHugh, J., Newell, F.N. & O’Sullivan, C., Investigating the role of body shape on the perception of emotion, ACM: Transactions on Applied Perception, 6, (3), 2009, p14 – 25 PDF

    Casey, S, Mernagh, M. & Newell, FN., Are attractive facial characteristics peculiar to the sex of a face?, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62, (5), 2009, p833 – 843 PDF

    Woods, A.T., Newell, F.N., Canonical views in haptic object perception, Perception, 37, (12), 2009, p1867 – 1878 PDF

    Setti, A. & Newell FN, The effect of body and part-based motion on the recognition of unfamiliar objects, Visual Cognition, 18, (3), 2009, p456 – 480 PDF

    Bargary, G, Barnett, KJ, Mitchell, KJ, Newell, FN, Colored-speech synaesthesia is triggered by multisensory, not unisensory, perception., Psychological Science, 20, (5), 2009, p529 – 533 PDF

  • 2008

    Whitaker TA, Simoes-Franklin C, Newell FN., Vision and touch: independent or integrated systems for the perception of texture?, Brain Research, 1242, (C), 2008, p59 – 72Journal Article, 2008 PDF

    Barnett KJ, & Newell FN, Synaesthesia is associated with enhanced visual imagery, Consciousness and Cognition, 3, 2008, p1032 – 1039 PDF

    Barnett, KJ, Foxe, JJ, Molholm, S, Kelly, SP, Shalgi, S, Mitchell, KJ, Newell, FN, Differences in early sensory-perceptual processing in synesthesia: a visual evoked potential study., NeuroImage, 43, (3), 2008, p605-613 PDF

    Barnett, KJ, Finucane, C, Asher, JE, Bargary, G, Corvin, AP, Newell, FN, Mitchell, KJ, Familial patterns and the origins of individual differences in synaesthesia., Cognition, 106, (2), 2008, p871-893 PDF

    Barnett KJ, Newell FN, Finucane C, Corvin AP, Mitchell KJ., Familial patterns and the origins of individual differences in synaesthesia, Cognition, 106, (2), 2008, p871 – 893 PDF

    Rachel McDonnell, Sophie Jörg, Joanna McHugh, Fiona Newell and Carol O’Sullivan, Evaluating the emotional content of human motions on real and virtual characters, ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization (APGV’08)Los AngelesAugust, edited by S. Creem-Regehr and K. Myszkowski , ACM Press, 2008, pp67-74Conference Paper, 2008 PDF

    Roberts, G.M.P., Newell, F., Simoes-Franklin, C., & Garavan, H. , Menstrual cycle phase modulates cognitive control over male but not female stimuli, Brain Research , 1224, 2008, p79 – 87Journal Article, 2008 PDF

    Whitaker, T.A., Simões-Franklin, C., Newell, F.N. , The natural truth: The contribution of vision and touch in the categorisation of “naturalness”, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) , 6th International Conference on Haptics: Perception, Devices and Scenarios, EuroHaptics 2008Madrid10-14 June, 5024, (2008), 2008, pp319-324Conference Paper, 2008 PDF

    Chan, JS & Newell, FN, Behavioural evidence for task-dependent, ‘what’ versus ‘where’ processing within and across modalities, Perception & Psychophysics, 70, (1), 2008, p36 – 49 PDF

    Woods, A. T, Moore, A., & Newell, F. N. (2008). Canonical views in haptic object perception. Perception, 37(12), 1867-78. PDF

  • 2007

    Pasqualotto, A., Finucane, C., Newell, F.N., The role of visual experience on the representation and updating of novel haptic scenes, Brain and Cognition, 65, (2), 2007, p184 – 194 PDF

    Rachel McDonnell, Fiona Newell, Carol O’Sullivan, Smooth Movers: Perceptually Guided Human Motion Simulation,Eurographics/ ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Computer AnimationSan Diego, U.S.August, 2007, edited by D. Metaxas and J. Popovic , ACM Press, 2007, pp259 – 269 PDF

    Newell, FN, Shams, L., New insights into multisensory perception, Perception, 36, (10), 2007, p1415 – 1418 PDF

    Ernst, MO, Lange, C. & Newell, FN, Multisensory Recognition of Actively Explored Objects, Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61, (3), 2007, p242 – 253 PDF

    Rachel McDonnell, Sophie Joerg, Jessica Hodgins, Fiona Newell, Carol O’Sullivan, Virtual Shapers & Movers: Form and Motion affect Sex Perception, ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, APGV’07: ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and VisualizationTuebingen, Germany25-27 May, 253, 2007, pp7 – 10 PDF

    Casey, S., Newell, F.N. , Are representations of unfamiliar faces independent of encoding modality?, Neuropsychologia, 45, (3-4), 2007, p506 – 513 PDF

    Chan JS, Maucher T, Schemmel J, Kilroy, D, Newell FN, Meier KH., The Virtual Haptic Display: A device for exploring 2-D virtual shapes in the tactile modality, Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 39, (4), 2007, p802 – 810 PDF

    Special Issue of Perception: Advances in Multisensory Perception, 36, 10, (2007), Newell, FN & Shams, L, [eds.], Guest Editors. PDF

  • 2006

    Bulthoff, I., & Newell, F.N., The role of familiarity in the recognition of static and dynamic objects., Progress in Brain Research, 154, 2006, p315 – 325 PDF

    Davison, A., Yger, P., Chan, J. S., Newell, F. N., & Frégnac, Y. (2006). A combined pyschophysical-modelling investigation of the mechanisms of tactile picture perception. Paper presented at the Computational Neuroscience Society. PDF

  • 2005

    Pasqualotto, A., Finucane, C.M., Newell, F.N., Erratum: Visual and haptic representations of scenes are updated with observer movement (Experimental Brain Research (2005) DOI: 10.1007/s00221-005- 2388-5), 2005, – 592 PDF

    Newell, F.N., Sheppard, D.M., Edelman, S., Shapiro, K.L., The interaction of shape- and location-based priming in object categorisation: evidence for a hybrid “what+where” representation stage., Vision Research, 45, (16), 2005, p2065 – 2080 PDF

    Newell, F.N., Woods, A.T., Mernagh, M., Bülthoff, H.H., Visual, haptic and cross modal recognition of scenes., Experimental Brain Research., 161, (2), 2005, p233 – 242 PDF

    Casey, S., Newell, F.N. , The role of short and long term familiarity on visual and haptic face recognition., Experimental Brain Research., 166, (3-4), 2005, p583 – 591 PDF

    Pasqualotto, A., Finucane, C., Newell, F.N., Visual and haptic scenes are updated with observer motion., Experimental Brain Research., 166, (3-4), 2005, p481 – 488 PDF

  • 2004

    Newell, F. N. (2004). Cross modal object recognition. In, Calvert, G., Spence, C., & Stein, B. (Eds). The Handbook of Multisensory Processes (pp.123 – 140). MA, USA: MIT Press.

    Newell, F. N. (2004). Cross modal scene and object perception. In Heller, M., & Ballesteros, S. (Eds). Touch, Blindness and Neuroscience (pp.261 – 270). Madrid, Spain: UNED.

    Newell, F. N., Brown, V., & Findlay, J. M. (2004) Is object search mediated by object-based or image-based representations? Spatial Vision, 17, 511-41. [Pubmed]

    Newell, F. N., Wallraven, C., & Huber, S. (2004) The role of characteristic motion in object categorization. Journal of Vision, 4, 118-29. PDF

    Peskin, M. & Newell, F. N. (2004) Familiarity breeds attraction: effects of exposure on the attractiveness of typical and distinctive faces. Perception, 33, 147-57. PDF

    Woods, A. T. & Newell, F. N. (2004) Visual, haptic and cross-modal recognition of objects and scenes. Journal of Physiology (Paris), 98, 147-59. PDF

    Woods, A. T., O’Modhrain, S., & Newell, F. N. (2004) The effect of temporal delay and spatial differences on cross-modal object recognition. Cognitive, Affective Behavioural Neuroscience, 4, 260-9. PDF

    Bülthoff, I., & Newell, F. N. (2004). Categorical perception of sex occurs in familiar but not unfamiliar faces. Visual Cognition, 11(7), 823-55. PDF

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    Newell, F. N., & Bulthoff H. H. (2002). Categorical perception of familiar objects. Cognition, 85, 113-43. PDF

    Newell, F. N., Ernst M. O., Tjan B. S., & Bulthoff H. H. (2001). Viewpoint dependence in visual and haptic object recognition. Psychological Science, 12, 37-42. PDF

    Duncan J., Seltz R.J., Kolodny J., Bor D., Herzog H., Ahmed A., Newell F. N., & Emslie H. (2000b). A neural basis for general intelligence. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 130:687. PDF

    Duncan J., Seitz R. J., Kolodny J., Bor D., Herzog H., Ahmed A., Newell F.N., & Emslie H. (2000a). A neural basis for general intelligence. Science, 289, 457-60. PDF

    Newell F. N., Chiroro P., & Valentine T. (1999). Recognizing unfamiliar faces: the effects of distinctiveness and view. Quaterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 52A(2), 509-34. PDF

    Newell, F. N. (1998). Stimulus context and view dependence in object recognition. Perception, 27, 47-68. [Pubmed]

    Newell, F. N., & Findlay J. M. (1997). The effect of depth rotation on object identification. Perception 26, 1231-57. [Pubmed]

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