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Conference Presentations

Johnstone, N., & Sterr, A. (2017). Cortical activity underpinning natural walking is robust to effects of physical load carriage. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience, Plymouth, UK. Poster | Abstract


Johnstone, N., Debener, S., De Vos, M., & Sterr, A. (2017). Attentional capture in real life settings: assessment of the MMN in everyday activities using mobile EEG. Poster presentation at the International Conference for Cognitive Neuroscience, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Poster | Abstract


Johnstone, N., Debener, S., De Vos, M., & Sterr, A. (2017). Attentional capture in real life settings: assessment of the MMN in everyday activities using mobile EEG. Poster presentation at the International Conference for Cognitive Neuroscience, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Poster | Abstract


Johnstone, N. (2017). Perceptual load influences attentional function in everyday activities. Oral presentation at the Psychology PhD conference, University of Surrey, UK.

Johnstone, N., Debener, S., De Vos, M., & Sterr, A. (2015). Auditory target detection in real life settings: insights from mobile electroencephalography recordings. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience, Essex, UK. Poster | Abstract


Johnstone, N., Debener, S., De Vos, M., & Sterr, A. (2015). Event related potential correlates of auditory attention in real-life settings. Poster presented at the British Neuroscience Association conference, Edinburgh, UK. Poster | Abstract


Johnstone, N., & Gherri, E. (2014). Look left but attend right: an ERP investigation of the effects of covert attention and saccadic eye movement on visual processing. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience, York, UK. Poster | Abstract

Johnstone, N. (2011). Anticipatory emotion as an attentional process from the result of making decisions: Is trait anxiety involved in a rule plus exception task? Oral presentation at the British Psychological Society undergraduate conference, Dundee, UK.