PEER REVIEWED RESEARCH ARTICLES:
McLaughlin, K. A., Flournoy, J., Dennison, M. J., Rodman, A., Bryce, N. V., McNeilly, E., Lurie, L., Bitran, D., Reid-Russell, A., Vidal-Bustamente, C.M., Allen, M. B., & Madhyastha, T., (In Prep) A Precision Neuroscience Approach to Mapping Within-Person Variability in Brain Activation During Emotion Processing: Implications for Reliability of Task-Based fMRI.
Bryce, N., Flournoy, J. C., Moreira, J. F. G., Rosen, M. L., Sambook, K. A., Mair, P., & McLaughlin, K. A. (2021). Brain parcellation selection: An overlooked decision point with meaningful effects on individual differences in resting-state functional connectivity. NeuroImage, 243, 118487.[PDF]
Potter, T.*, Bryce, N.*, Hartley, C., (2016). Cognitive Components Underpinning the Development of Model-Based Learning. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. *Denotes equal author contribution [PDF]
Bryce, N., Lenkic, P., Enns, J., (under revision). Pupil dilation fails to predict spontaneous insight. Psychology of Creativity, Aesthetics, and the Arts.
“The Aha! Moment. A step-by-step guide to your next creative breakthrough”. (Winter 2019). Scientific American Mind. Print. (Feature Article and Cover story) [PDF] (Also published in Genius Special Issue Winter 2015 and initially in standard issue in July 2014)
ART & EXHIBITS:
It’s Only Human: Exploring the Biases that Shape Our World (2016 - 2020). Traveling Exhibit. Contributing Artist [LINK]