M Nardini, K Begus, D Mareschal (in press). Multisensory uncertainty reduction for hand localization in children and adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.
M Nardini & D Cowie (2012). The development of multisensory balance, locomotion, orientation and navigation. In Multisensory Development, A Bremner, D Lewkowicz & C Spence (Eds), Oxford University Press. [PDF]
M Nardini, R Bedford, D Mareschal (2010). Fusion of visual cues is not mandatory in children. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 107 (39), 17041-17046. [PDF]
R Thomas, M Nardini, D Mareschal (2010). Interactions between "light-from-above" and convexity priors in visual development. Journal of Vision, 10(8):6. [PDF]
J Bullens, M Nardini, C F Doeller, O Braddick, A Postma, N Burgess. (2010). The role of landmarks and boundaries in the development of spatial memory. Developmental Science 13, 170-180. [PDF]
M Nardini, R Thomas, V Knowland, O, Braddick, J Atkinson (2009). A viewpoint-independent process for spatial reorientation. Cognition, 112, 241-248. [PDF]
M Nardini, P Jones, R Bedford, O Braddick (2008). Development of cue integration in human navigation. Current Biology, 18, 689-693. [PDF]
M Nardini, J Atkinson, O Braddick, N Burgess (2008). Developmental trajectories for spatial frames of reference in Williams syndrome. Developmental Science, 11, 583-595.[PDF]
M Nardini, J Atkinson, N Burgess (2008). Children reorient using the left/right sense of coloured landmarks at 18-24 months. Cognition, 106, 519-527. [PDF]
M Nardini, O Braddick, J Atkinson, D Cowie, T Ahmed, H Reidy (2008). Uneven integration for perception and action cues in children’s working memory. Cognitive Neuropsychology,25, 968-984. [PDF]
J Atkinson, O Braddick, S Anker, M Nardini, D Birtles, M A Rutherford, E Mercuri, L E Dyet, A D Edwards, F M Cowan. (2008) Cortical vision, MRI, and developmental outcome in preterm infants. Archives of Disease in Childhood - Fetal and Neonatal Edition. 93, F292-F297.
J Atkinson & M Nardini (2008). The neuropsychology of visuospatial and visuomotor development. In Child Neuropsychology: Concepts, Theory and Practice, J Reed & J Warner Rogers (Eds), Wiley-Blackwell. [Google books] [Publisher]
J Atkinson, O Braddick, M Nardini, S Anker (2007). Infant hyperopia: detection, distribution, changes and correlates - Outcomes from the Cambridge Infant Screening Programmes. Optometry and Vision Science, 84, 84-96.
M Nardini, N Burgess, K Breckenridge, J Atkinson (2006). Differential developmental trajectories for egocentric, environmental and intrinsic frames of reference in spatial memory. Cognition, 101, 153-172. [PDF]
J Atkinson, M Nardini, S Anker, O Braddick, C Hughes, S Rae (2005). Refractive errors in infancy predict reduced performance on the Henderson Movement Assessment Battery for Children at 3.5 and 5.5 years. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 47, 243-251.
S Anker, J Atkinson, O Braddick, M Nardini, D Ehrlich (2004). Non-cycloplegic refractive screening can identify infants whose visual outcome at 4 years is improved by spectacle correction. Strabismus 12(4), 223-241.
S Anker, J Atkinson, O Braddick, D Ehrlich, T Hartley, M Nardini, J Wade (2003). Identification of Infants with Significant Refractive Error and Strabismus in a Population Screening Program using Noncycloplegic Videorefraction and Orthoptic Examination.Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 44, 497-504.
J Atkinson, S Anker, M Nardini, O Braddick, C Hughes, S Rae, S Atkinson (2002). Infant vision screening predicts failures on motor and cognitive tests up to school age.Strabismus, 10, 187-198.
J Atkinson, S Anker, W Bobier, O Braddick, K Durden, M Nardini, P Watson (2000). Normal Emmetropization in Infants with Spectacle Correction for Hyperopia. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 41, 3726-3731.