Street, N., (2018) ‘Taking to Twitter’: How do students talk about feedback on Twitter? Narrated Poster. Innovative Practice in Higher Education.3;(2)
Street, N., Hurst, G., & Ware, M. (2017) Reflecting Nature: Can we amplify the power of nature through Art? Nature Connections Conference 2017, 27th March 2017, University of Derby.
Forsythe, A., Street, N & Helmy, M (2016) Revisiting Rossion & Pourtois; new ratings for complexity, familiarity, beauty and encounter. Behavioural Research Methods
Street, N., Forsythe, A. M., Reilly, R., Taylor, R., & Helmy, M. S. (2016). A complex story: Universal preference vs. individual differences shaping aesthetic response to fractals patterns. Frontiers in human neuroscience, 10.
Street, N. (2016) When Art and Psychology Collide. Haiku Deck Presentation, BPS Annual Conference 26th April 2016.
Street, N., Riley, R., Forsythe, A., Helmy, M., & Taylor, R. (2015) The beautiful complexity of nature: Using fractals to explore our connection to the natural world. Nature Connections Conference 2015, 26th March 2015, University of Derby.
Norgate, S., Street, N., Smith, L., Winstanley, C., Davies, N., Hardings, M., Cherrett, T., Dickenson, J. & Speed, C. (2014) Smart Mobility for Reducing School Gate Congestion in Europe: Innovating Smartphone Walking School Buses for Children of Primary Age, The 3rd International Conference on Smart Systems, Devices and Technologies. SMART 2014 July 20-24 2014, Paris, France.
Papers in Preparation:
Street, N., Forsythe, A. M., Reilly, R., Taylor, R., Boydston, C., & Helmy, M. S. (2019). Indivdiual Differences and the Beauty of Nature: A Cross-Cultural Study Exploring Urban and Rural Differences in Preference for Fractal Complexity. Under Review
Street, N., Hurst, G., & Ware, M. (projected 2019) Amplification or Bust: Exploring the impact of exposure to Natural, Urban or Artistic images on Mood and stress recovery responses.. Journal TBC.
Street, N., Hurst, G., & Ware, M. (projected 2019) Each to their own: Individual Difference in Aesthetic response to research-informed Artwork. Journal TBC.