Below are the papers I have written, with links to the articles or abstracts. Please contact me if you would like a copy of any of the papers or data, or just to talk about the research!
Hughes, A. E., Greenwood, J. A., Finlayson, N. J., & Schwarzkopf, D. S. (2019). Population receptive field estimates for motion-defined stimuli. NeuroImage. [article]
Finlayson, N.J., Manser-Smith, K., Balraj, A., de Haas, B., & Schwarzkopf, D.S. (2018). The optimal experimental design for Multiple Alternatives Perceptual Search. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. [article]
Finlayson, N.J., Papageorgiou, A., & Schwarzkopf, D.S. (2017). A new method for mapping perceptual biases across visual space. Journal of Vision, 17(5). [abstract]
Finlayson, N.J. & Golomb, J.D. (2017). 2D location biases depth judgments but not vice versa. Visual Cognition, 25 (9-10), 841-852. [article]
Finlayson, N.J., Zhang, X., & Golomb, J.D. (2017). Differential patterns of 2D location versus depth decoding along the visual hierarchy. NeuroImage, 147, 507-516. [PDF]
Finlayson, N.J. & Golomb, J.D. (2016). Feature-location binding in 3D: Feature judgements are biased by 2D location but not position-in-depth. Vision Research, 127, 49-56. [abstract]
Finlayson, N.J. & Grove, P.M. (2015). Visual search is influenced by 3D spatial layout. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. [PDF]
Grove, P.M., Finlayson, N.J., & Ono, H. (2014). The effect of stimulus size on stereoscopic fusion limits and response criteria. Perception, 43(2/3), 155-177. [abstract]
Finlayson, N.J., Remington, R.W., Retell, J.D., & Grove, P.M. (2013). Segmentation by depth does not always facilitate visual search. Journal of Vision, 13(8):11. [abstract]
Finlayson, N.J., Remington, R.W., & Grove, P.M. (2012). The role of presentation method and depth singletons in visual search for objects moving in depth. Journal of Vision, 12(8):13, 1-9. [abstract]
PHD: Finlayson, N.J. (2014). Visual search in 3D space: Deploying attention in depth. PhD dissertation, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. [abstract]
Undergraduate Honours: Finlayson, N.J. (2008). ‘Not your average cup of tea’: The influence of action affordances on visual search. Unpublished honours thesis, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.