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Brewer, R, Biotti, F, Catmur, C, Press, C, Happe, F, Cook, R and Bird, G (2016) Can Neurotypical Individuals Read Autistic Facial Expressions? Atypical Production of Emotional Facial Expressions in Autism Spectrum Disorders AUTISM RESEARCH, 9 (2). pp. 262-271.

Sowden, S, Koehne, S, Catmur, C, Dziobek, I and Bird, G (2016) Intact Automatic Imitation and Typical Spatial Compatibility in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Challenging the Broken Mirror Theory. Autism Res, 9 (2). pp. 292-300.

Catmur, C (2016) Automatic imitation? Imitative compatibility affects responses at high perceptual load. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.

de Guzman, MS, Bird, G, Banissy, MJ and Catmur, C (2015) Self-other control processes in social cognition: from imitation to empathy Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 371 (1686), 201500.

Catmur, C, Cross, ES and Over, H (2015) Understanding self and others: from origins to disorders. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 371 (1686), 201500.

Sowden, S, Wright, GRT, Banissy, MJ, Catmur, C and Bird, G (2015) Transcranial Current Stimulation of the Temporoparietal Junction Improves Lie Detection CURRENT BIOLOGY, 25 (18). pp. 2447-2451.

Thorne, S, Hegarty, P and Catmur, C (2015) Is the left hemisphere androcentric? Evidence of the learned categorical perception of gender. Laterality, 20 (5). pp. 571-584.

Santiesteban, I, Banissy, MJ, Catmur, C and Bird, G (2015) Functional Lateralization of Temporoparietal Junction: Imitation Inhibition, Visual Perspective Taking and Theory of Mind. Eur J Neurosci.

Brewer, R, Marsh, AA, Catmur, C, Cardinale, EM, Stoycos, S, Cook, R and Bird, G (2015) The Impact of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Alexithymia on Judgments of Moral Acceptability JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY, 124 (3). pp. 589-595.

Catmur, C (2015) Sensorimotor learning influences understanding of others' actions PERCEPTION, 44. pp. 262-263.

Heyes, C and Catmur, C (2015) A task control theory of mirror-touch synesthesia COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE, 6 (2-3). pp. 141-142.

Hogeveen, J, Obhi, SS, Banissy, MJ, Santiesteban, I, Press, C, Catmur, C and Bird, G (2015) Task-dependent and distinct roles of the temporoparietal junction and inferior frontal cortex in the control of imitation. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 10 (7). pp. 1003-1009.

Wright, GRT, Berry, CJ, Catmur, C and Bird, G (2015) Good Liars Are Neither 'Dark' Nor Self-Deceptive PLOS ONE, 10 (6), UNSP e.

Catmur, C (2015) Understanding intentions from actions: Direct perception, inference, and the roles of mirror and mentalizing systems. Conscious Cogn.

Thorne, S, Hegarty, P and Catmur, C (2015) Is the left hemisphere androcentric? Evidence of the learned categorical perception of gender Laterality, 20 (5). pp. 571-584.

Coll, M-P, Bird, G, Catmur, C and Press, C (2015) Cross-modal repetition effects in the mu rhythm indicate tactile mirroring during action observation CORTEX, 63. pp. 121-131.

Cavallo, A, Catmur, C, Sowden, S, Iani, F and Becchio, C (2014) Stopping movements: when others slow us down EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, 40 (5). pp. 2842-2849.

Catmur, C (2014) Unconvincing support for role of mirror neurons in "action understanding": commentary on Michael et al. (2014) FRONTIERS IN HUMAN NEUROSCIENCE, 8, ARTN 5.

Santiesteban, I, Catmur, C, Hopkins, SC, Bird, G and Heyes, C (2014) Avatars and Arrows: Implicit Mentalizing or Domain-General Processing? JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE, 40 (3). pp. 929-937.

Cook, R, Bird, G, Catmur, C, Press, C and Heyes, C (2014) Mirror neurons: From origin to function BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES, 37 (2). pp. 177-192.

Catmur, C, Press, C, Cook, R, Bird, G and Heyes, C (2014) Mirror neurons: Tests and testability BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES, 37 (2). pp. 221-241.

Sowden, S and Catmur, C (2013) The Role of the Right Temporoparietal Junction in the Control of Imitation. Cereb Cortex.

Catmur, C and Heyes, C (2013) Is It What You Do, or When You Do It? The Roles of Contingency and Similarity in Pro-Social Effects of Imitation. Cognitive Science, 37 (8). pp. 1541-1552.

Cavallo, A, Heyes, C, Becchio, C, Bird, G and Catmur, C (2013) Timecourse of mirror and counter-mirror effects measured with transcranial magnetic stimulation. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 9. pp. 1082-1088.

Cooper, RP, Catmur, C and Heyes, C (2013) Neither Shaken nor Stirred: Reply to Bertenthal and Scheutz COGNITIVE SCIENCE, 37 (4). pp. 642-645.

Catmur, C (2013) Sensorimotor learning and the ontogeny of the mirror neuron system NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS, 540. pp. 21-27.

Catmur, C (2013) Sensorimotor learning and the ontogeny of the mirror neuron system Neuroscience Letters, 540. pp. 21-27.

Press, C, Catmur, C, Cook, R, Widmann, H, Heyes, C and Bird, G (2012) fMRI Evidence of 'Mirror' Responses to Geometric Shapes PLOS ONE, 7 (12), ARTN e.

Santiesteban, I, Banissy, MJ, Catmur, C and Bird, G (2012) Enhancing social ability by stimulating right temporoparietal junction. Current Biology, 22 (23). pp. 2274-2277.

Cooper, RP, Catmur, C and Heyes, C (2012) Are Automatic Imitation and Spatial Compatibility Mediated by Different Processes? Cognitive Science.

Richardson, FM, Ramsden, S, Ellis, C, Burnett, S, Megnin, O, Catmur, C, Schofield, TM, Leff, AP and Price, CJ (2011) Auditory STM Capacity Correlates with Gray Matter Density in the Left Posterior STS in Cognitively Normal and Dyslexic Adults. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23 (12). pp. 3746-3756.

Catmur, C, Mars, RB, Rushworth, MF and Heyes, C (2011) Making Mirrors: Premotor Cortex Stimulation Enhances Mirror and Counter-mirror Motor Facilitation. J Cogn Neurosci, 23 (9). pp. 2352-2362.

Catmur, C and Heyes, C (2011) Time course analyses confirm independence of imitative and spatial compatibility. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 37 (2). pp. 409-421.

Catmur, C (2011) Contingency is Crucial for Creating Imitative Responses. Front Hum Neurosci, 5, 15.

Catmur, C, Walsh, V and Heyes, C (2009) Associative sequence learning: the role of experience in the development of imitation and the mirror system. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Biological Sciences, 364 (1528). pp. 2369-2380.

Catmur, C, Gillmeister, H, Bird, G, Liepelt, R, Brass, M and Heyes, C (2008) Through the looking glass: counter-mirror activation following incompatible sensorimotor learning. European Journal of Neuroscience, 28 (6). pp. 1208-1215.

Gillmeister, H, Catmur, C, Liepelt, R, Brass, M and Heyes, C (2008) Experience-based priming of body parts: A study of action imitation BRAIN RESEARCH, 1217. pp. 157-170.

Catmur, C, Walsh, V and Heyes, C (2007) Sensorimotor learning configures the human mirror system CURRENT BIOLOGY, 17 (17). pp. 1527-1531.

Bird, G, Catmur, C, Silani, G, Frith, C and Frith, U (2006) Attention does not modulate neural responses to social stimuli in autism spectrum disorders NEUROIMAGE, 31 (4). pp. 1614-1624.

Blakemore, S-J, Tavassoli, T, Calo, S, Thomas, RM, Catmur, C, Frith, U and Haggard, P (2006) Tactile sensitivity in Asperger syndrome BRAIN AND COGNITION, 61 (1). pp. 5-13.

Guest, S, Catmur, C, Lloyd, D and Spence, C (2002) Audiotactile interactions in roughness perception EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, 146 (2). pp. 161-171.

Dataset

Catmur, C (2016) de Guzman et al. datasets [Dataset]

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