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Submissions from 2011

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Why Clowns Taste Funny: The Relationship between Humor and Semantic Ambiguity, Tristan A. Bekinschtein, Matthew H. Davis, Jennifer M. Rodd, and Adrian M. Owen

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Asymmetries in Motor Attention during a Cued Bimanual Reaching Task: Left and Right Handers Compared, Gavin Buckingham, Julie C. Main, and David P. Carey

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The Material-weight Illusion Induced by Expectations Alone, Gavin Buckingham, Nathalie S. Ranger, and Melvyn A. Goodale

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Bedside Detection of Awareness in the Vegetative State: A Cohort Study, Damian Cruse, Srivas Chennu, Camille Chatelle, Tristan A. Bekinschtein, Davinia Fernández-Espejo, John D. Pickard, Steven Laureys, and Adrian M. Owen

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Decoding Action Intentions from Preparatory Brain Activity in Human Parieto-frontal Networks, Jason P. Gallivan, D. Adam McLean, Kenneth F. Valyear, Charles E. Pettypiece, and Jody C. Culham

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Face Inversion Reduces the Persistence of Global Form and Its Neural Correlates, Lars Strother, Pavagada S. Mathuranath, Adrian Aldcroft, Cheryl Lavell, Melvyn A. Goodale, and Tutis Vilis

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Neural Correlates of Natural Human Echolocation in Early and Late Blind Echolocation Experts, Lore Thaler, Stephen R. Arnott, and Melvyn A. Goodale

Submissions from 2010

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Bimanual Reaching across the Hemispace: Which Hand Is Yoked to Which?, Gavin Buckingham, Gordon Binsted, and David P. Carey

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Gating of Vibrotactile Detection during Visually Guided Bimanual Reaches, Gavin Buckingham, David P. Carey, Francisco L. Colino, John deGrosbois, and Gordon Binsted

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Lifting without Seeing: The Role of Vision in Perceiving and Acting upon the Size Weight Illusion, Gavin Buckingham and Melvyn A. Goodale

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The Influence of Competing Perceptual and Motor Priors in the Context of the Size-weight Illusion, Gavin Buckingham and Melvyn A. Goodale

Submissions from 2009

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Living in a Material World: How Visual Cues to Material Properties Affect the Way that We Lift Objects and Perceive Their Weight, Gavin Buckingham, Jonathan S. Cant, and Melvyn A. Goodale

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Rightward Biases during Bimanual Reaching, Gavin Buckingham and David P. Carey