Nick Donnelly

Professor of Cognitive Psychology, University of Southampton

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As part of its activities, CREST identifies and funds innovative and forward-looking economic, behavioural and social science research that contributes to our understanding of contemporary security threats.

Nick Donnelly is part of CREST funded commissioned project: Differences In The Ability To Spot Rare, Non-Salient Or Hidden Targets. Read more about this project here.


More from Nick…

Just another face in the crowd – what makes spotting unfamiliar faces difficult?

What can influence our ability to spot faces? Nick Donnelly, Anne Hillstrom and Natalie Mestry discuss their research on facial recognition ability. The ability...Read More »

CREST Guide: What makes spotting faces difficult?

What can influence our ability to spot faces? Based on research by CREST researchers Nick Donnelly, Anne Hillstrom and Natalie Mestry, this guide details...Read More »

CREST Guide: Finding hidden targets

What can influence our ability to find hidden targets? Based on research by CREST researchers Nick Donnelly, Anne Hillstrom and Natalie Mestry, this guide...Read More »

CREST Guide: Individual differences in ability to search

What individual differences influence our ability to search? Based on research by CREST researchers Nick Donnelly, Anne Hillstrom and Natalie Mestry, this guide presents...Read More »

CREST Guide: Detecting rare targets

Which challenges influence our ability to detect rare targets? Based on research by CREST researchers Nick Donnelly, Anne Hillstrom and Natalie Mestry, this guide...Read More »

CREST Guide: How training and professional experience affect the ability to spot targets

What can influence our ability to spot targets? Based on research by CREST researchers Nick Donnelly, Anne Hillstrom and Natalie Mestry, this guide presents...Read More »

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