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2011
Meeting Abstract
Stadler, W.; Springer, A.; Parkinson, J.; Cross, E. S.; Schubotz, R. I.; Prinz, W.: Manipulating human movement characteristics: Effects on action prediction and cortical activation. In Beiträge zur 53. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (Eds. Bittrich, K.; Blankenberger, S.; Lukas, J.). 53. Tagung für experimentell arbeitende Psychologen (TEAP), Halle/Saale, Germany, March 13, 2011 - March 16, 2011. Pabst Science Publishers (2011)

Talk (20)

2012
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Diersch, N.; Mueller, K.; Cross, E. S.; Stadler, W.; Rieger, M.; Schütz-Bosbach, S.: Action prediction in the aging mind: The neural effects of motor familiarity. MaxNetAging Conference 2012 "Reflections on Living and Dying in Aging Societies", Bad Kohlgrub, Germany (2012)
2011
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Cross, E. S.: From dancing robots to action aesthetics: Reexamining mirror system activity as a function of observers' experience. Mirror neuron symposium, annual meeting of the Japan neuroscience society, Yokohama, Japan (2011)
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Cross, E. S.: Physical and observational learning in the brain and behaviour. Observational learning symposium, european congress of sport science, Liverpool, United Kingdom (2011)
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Cross, E. S.; Hamilton, A. F.; Grafton, S. T.: Learning from watching others' actions. "Understanding action understanding" symposium, experimental psychology society meeting, Nottingham, United Kingdom (2011)
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Daum, M. M.; Grossmann, T.; Cross, E. S.; Ticini, L. F.; Friederici, A. D.: The role of premotor and temporal cortex engagement during action observation in human infants. Symposium “Functional Optical Imaging“, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig (2011)
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Cross, E. S.; Liepelt, R.; Hamilton, A. F.; Parkinson, J.; Ramsey, R.; Stadler, W.; Prinz, W.: Robotic actions preferentially engage the human mirror system. 18th Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS), San Francisco, CA, USA (2011)
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Cross, E. S.: Like me? Investigating the role of experience in action perception. European conference on visual perception, Toulouse, France (2011)
2010
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Cross, E. S.: Bending bodies, acrobatic feats, and dancing robots: A look at complex action representation in the human brain. International symposium for scientific computing for the cognitive sciences, Heidelberg, Germany (2010)
2009
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Cross, E. S.: What contortionists and dancing robots can teach us about body representation in the human brain. Intelligence in action II - New perspectives in dance and cognitive science, Bielefeld, Germany (2009)
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Cross, E. S.; Brauer, J.; Ott, D. V. M.: Individual differences in task-switching performance revealed by EEG. 17th Annual Conference of European Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP), Budapest, Hungary (2009)
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Cross, E. S.: Action perception in the human brain. Bülthoff Virtual Reality Group meeting, Tübingen (2009)
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Cross, E. S.: Dancing with the brain and body: Insights from neuroimaging investigations. Music, Sound and Action Auditory Laboratories, Bankstown (2009)
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Cross, E. S.; Ramsey, R.: Understanding other people's actions: The mirror system and beyond. Psychology Seminar Series, Brisbane (2009)
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Cross, E. S.: Contorted and ordinary body postures in the human brain. Cargèse Summer School on Consciousness, Corsica (2009)
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Cross, E. S.; Mackie, E. C.; Wolford, G.; Hamilton, A. F. d. C.: Neural representations of static plausible and implausible body postures. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, California (2009)
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Cross, E. S.: Neural correlates of learning to dance. Research Workshop on Dance and Cognitive Neuroscience, Satellite to the EPS Meeting, London, England (2009)
2008
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Cross, E. S.; Rice, N. J.; Hamilton, A. F. d. C.; Wolford, G.; Grafton, S. T.: Dissociating action and linguistic knowledge for functional objects with repeated transcranial magnetic stimulation. Federation of European Societies for Neuropsychology Annual Meeting, Edinburgh, Scotland (2008)
2007
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Cross, E. S.: Building a dance in the novice dancer's brain: From sensory perception to expert execution. Intelligence in Action: Towards a Cognitive Science of Dance, Bielefeld, Germany (2007)
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Cross, E. S.: Dance and the mirror neuron network: The influence of experience. Mirror Neurons and Cognition Meeting, Long Beach, California (2007)
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