Nick Neave combines topics linked to Somatosensory system with his work on Neuroscience. His Somatosensory system study frequently links to related topics such as Neuroscience. His work often combines Cognition and Working memory studies. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Working memory and Spatial memory research. Nick Neave carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Spatial memory and Hippocampus. Nick Neave undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Hippocampus and Retrosplenial cortex through his works. Nick Neave incorporates Retrosplenial cortex and Cingulate cortex in his research. Nick Neave integrates many fields, such as Cingulate cortex and Cingulum (brain), in his works. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Cingulum (brain) and Fornix in his research.
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Spontaneous object recognition and object location memory in rats: the effects of lesions in the cingulate cortices, the medial prefrontal cortex, the cingulum bundle and the fornix
Abdelkader Ennaceur;Nick Neave;John P. Aggleton.
Experimental Brain Research (1997)
Many Labs 2: Investigating Variation in Replicability Across Samples and Settings
Richard A. Klein;Michelangelo Vianello;Fred Hasselman;Byron G. Adams.
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, vol.1(4), pp. 443-490 (2018)
Measuring Individual Differences in Generic Beliefs in Conspiracy Theories Across Cultures: Conspiracy Mentality Questionnaire
Martin Bruder;Peter Haffke;Nick Neave;Nina Nouripanah.
Frontiers in Psychology (2013)
Neurotoxic lesions of the perirhinal cortex do not mimic the behavioural effects of fornix transection in the rat
Abdelkader Ennaceur;Nick Neave;John Patrick Aggleton.
Behavioural Brain Research (1996)
Testosterone, territoriality, and the 'home advantage'.
Nick Neave;Sandy Wolfson.
Physiology & Behavior (2003)
Second to fourth digit ratio, testosterone and perceived male dominance.
Nick Neave;Sarah Laing;Bernhard Fink;John T. Manning.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2003)
Belief in conspiracy theories. The role of paranormal belief, paranoid ideation and schizotypy
Hannah Darwin;Nick Neave;Joni Holmes.
Personality and Individual Differences (2011)
Male facial appearance signals physical strength to women.
Bernhard Fink;Nick Neave;Hanna Seydel.
American Journal of Human Biology (2007)
A comparison of the effects of medial prefrontal, cingulate cortex, and cingulum bundle lesions on tests of spatial memory: evidence of a double dissociation between frontal and cingulum bundle contributions
John Patrick Aggleton;N. Neave;S. Nagle;A. Sahgal.
The Journal of Neuroscience (1995)
Photocopies yield lower digit ratios (2D:4D) than direct finger measurements.
John T. Manning;Bernhard Fink;Nick Neave;Noreen Caswell.
Archives of Sexual Behavior (2005)
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