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My latest work:

Holmes NP, Tamè L (in press) Multisensory perception: magnetic disruption of attention in human parietal lobe. Current Biology, 0:R0
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Lakens D, Adolfi F, Albers CJ, Anvari F, Apps MAJ, Argamon SE, Baguley T, Becker RB, Benning SD, Bradford DE, Buchanan EM, Caldwell AR, Van Calster B, Carlsson R, Chen S, Chung B, Colling LJ, Collins GS, Crook Z, Cross ES, Daniels S, Danielsson H, DeBruine LM, Dunleavy DJ, Earp BD, Feist MI, Ferrell JD, Field JG, Fox NW, Friesen A, Gomes C, Gonzalez-Marquez M, Grange JA, Grieve AP, Grist J, Guggenberger R, van Harmelen A, Hasselman F, Hochard KD, Hoffarth MR, Holmes NP, Ingre M, Isager PM, Isotalus HK, Johansson C, Juszczyk K, Kenny DA, Khalil AA, Konat B, Lao J, Larsen EG, Lodder GMA, Lukavský J, Madan CR, Manheim D, Martin SR, Martin AE, Mayo DG, McCarthy RJ, McConway K, McFarland C, Nio A, Nilsonne G, de Oliveir CL, Orban de Xivry J, Parsons S, Pfuhl G, Quinn KA, Marmolejo-Ramos F, Sakon JJ, Saribay SA, Schneider IK, Selvaraju M, Sjoerds Z, Smith SG, Smits T, Spies J, Sreekumar V, Steltenpohl CN, Stenhouse N, Świątkowski W, Vadillo MA, van Assen MALM, Williams MN, Williams SE, Williams DR, Yarkoni T, Ziano I, Zwaan RA (in press) Justify Your Alpha: A Response to ''Redefine Statistical Significance''. Nature Human Behaviour, 0:0
  [NBArticle #49124] [Cites 15] [CitedBy 5]


Daly I, Blanchard CCV, Holmes NP (in press) Motor evoked potential amplitudes reflect event-related desynchronization during brain-computer interface control. Journal of Neural Engineering, 0:0
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Presentations

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112 Presentations

2018

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Holmes NP, Peirce JW (2018) P≤.005? Internal Seminar, School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, 20th February

2017

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Holmes NP (2017) Development and learning of the online control of reaching movements. Accelerating the impact of research into sensorimotor learning, University of Leeds, UK, 14th July
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Holmes NP (2017) 'On-line' control of reaching and grasping movements. Seminar, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, 20th April
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Holmes NP (2017) The cerebellum's role in hand movement in adults and children. The Cerebellum – beyond movement, Birkdale Neurorehabilitation Centre, 8th October
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Zeni S, Holmes NP (2017b) Cerebellar involvement in finger tapping. MRC Student Presentations, University of Nottingham, 23rd October
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Holmes NP (2017) Björn van der Hoort: "Body-ownership and Visual Perception". Thesis defense, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, 21st April
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Holmes NP, Blanchard CCV, French B, McGlashan HL (2017) The development of 'online' control in reaching and grasping. PAHDL Seminar, School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, 28th February
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Holmes NP (2017) 'On-line' control of reaching and grasping movements. Seminar, University of Leeds, 3rd May
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Holmes NP (2017) Projects in the hand laboratory. , B63, Life Sciences, 29th March
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Zeni S, Holmes NP (2017) The effect of a regular auditory context on perceived duration. Postgraduate research conference, University of Nottingham, 16th May
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Holmes NP (2017) The neural basis of rapid visual 'on-line' control of reaching movement. Vision Research Group Seminar, School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, 6th April
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Holmes NP (2017) Moving towards barely-visible targets: Help! Vision Research Group Seminar, School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, 14th December

2016

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Holmes NP, Tamè L, Butler A, Kerr I, Blanchard CCV (2016) Adventures in tactile psychophysics and TMS. Vision Research Group Seminar, School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, 19th May
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Holmes NP, Blanchard CCV, French B, Sperring RJ, McGlashan HL, Makin TR, Dakwar A, Fialek S, Petrocochino B, Sycamore NJ (2016) Online control of reaching and grasping in children and adults. Invited Seminar, Aix-Marseille Université - Laboratoire de Neuroscience Intégrative & Adaptative, 21st June
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Holmes NP, Meteyard L (2016) Being TMS-SMART: a method for choosing TMS control sites based on subjective annoyance and RT interference. Internal Seminar, School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, 9th February
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McDowell T, Sunderland A, Holmes NP, Schürmann M (2016b) Effects of tms over the supramarginal gyrus while reaching and grasping for tools. British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience, Budapest, Hungary, 12th September

2015

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Reader AT, Holmes NP (2015) Keeping social interaction social: new kinematic methods and analyses for improving validity. International Conference on Spatial Cognition, Rome, Italy, 8th September
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Blanchard CCV, Younas M, Sperring RJ, Holmes NP (2015) Examining relationships between online control and standardized motor tests in children and adults. 11th International Conference on Developmental Coordination Disorder, Toulouse, France, 3rd July
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Kao KC, French B, Hwang F, Holmes NP (2015) The effect of hand position on tactile spatial perception. International Multisensory Research Forum, Pisa, Italy, 14th June

2014

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Naish KR, Houston-Price C, Bremner AJ, Holmes NP (2014a) Are you going to eat that? action prediction by the mirror system is not based on observed movement alone. Social Cognition: Origins, Mechanisms and Disorders, University of Surrey, 28th August
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Reader AT, Holmes NP (2014) Effects of face-to-face versus video feedback in imitation. Social Cognition: Origins, Mechanisms and Disorders, University of Surrey, 28th August
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Holmes NP (2014) Rapid visual coding of hand position and the online control of reaching movements. Hand Symposium, CiMEC, University of Trento, Rovereto, Italy, 14th April

2013

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Digweed M, Holmes NP (2013) A systematic review and meta-analysis of the crossmodal congruency effect. University of Reading Undergraduate Reseach Opportunities Showcase, University of Reading, 28th November
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May G, Holmes NP (2013) Does observing actions towards food excite the human motor system? Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Showcase, University of Reading, 20th November
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Holmes NP (2013b) The hand in the mirror: Visual influences on perceived hand position. Visual Illusions – past, present and future use, Centre for Medical Humanities, University of Leicester, 7th June
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2012

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Holmes NP (2012b) A hand-centred view of perception, reaching, grasping, and eating. Departmental Seminar, Oxford Brookes University, 14th March
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Tamè L, Holmes NP (2012) Optimization of an fmri localiser for somatosensory and motor brain areas. Neuroscience Methods Meeting, Centre for Integrative Neuroscience & Neurodynamics, University of Reading, Reading, UK, 15th February
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Tamè L, Johnstone IT, Holmes NP (2012d) Inter-hemispheric interaction of touches at the fingers: a combined psychophysics and tms approach. 8th Federation of European Neuroscience Societies Forum, Barcelona, Spain, 15th July

2011

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Holmes NP (2011) Does tool use extend peripersonal space? 17th Meeting of the European Society for Cogntitive Psychology, Donostia - San Sebastián, 1st October

2010

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Holmes NP (2010) Hand-centred space and the control of movement. Research Seminar, Hamburg, 1st October
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Holmes NP (2010) Hand-centred space and the control of movement. Departmental Seminar, School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, 17th November
54.
Holmes NP (2010) Hand-centred space and the control of movement. Departmental Seminar, Department of Psychology, Royal Hollway, University of London, 1st December
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Holmes NP (2010) Hand-centred space and the on-line control of movement. Research Seminar, School of Psychology & Clinical Language Sciences, University of Reading, 14th December
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Holmes NP (2010) Recognising your own hands: Behavioural & neuroimaging evidence. DISCOs Workshop, Lyon, France, 4th February
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Holmes NP (2010) Hand-centred space and the control of movement. Research Seminar, Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance, København, 29th September

2009

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Holmes NP (2009) 'Inverse effectiveness' in multisensory integration: Fundamental principle or statistical artefact? Cognitive Neuroscience Seminar, Departament de Tecnologies de la Informaci i les Comunicacions, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 28th May
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Holmes NP (2009) Inverse effectiveness in multisensory integration: Fundamental principle or statistical artefact? Interdisciplinary Center for Neural Computation Weekly Seminar, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 26th March
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2008

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Holmes NP (2008) Where is my hand? Hand location and hand-centred space in the brain. McDonnell-Pew Oxford Autumn School in Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 1st October
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Holmes NP (2008) The seemingly inviolable principle of inverse effectiveness: In search of a null hypothesis. International Multisensory Research Forum, Hamburg, Germany, 17th July
43.
Holmes NP, Spence C, Calvert GA, Makin TR, Brozzoli C, Rossetti YRC, Farnè A, Dakwar A, Deouell LY (2008) Multisensory hand-centred space in the human brain. Departmental Seminar, Max Plank Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, 10th June
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Holmes NP (2008) Recognising your own hands: Behavioural biases & the roles of visual & somatosensory cortices. Or: That' not my hand! The sense of body: An interdisciplinary summer school on body representation, Universita di Bologna, Italy, 17th June
41.
Holmes NP, Dakwar A, Deouell LY (2008) Rapid online control of human pointing movements to auditory and visual targets. Israeli Society for Neuroscience, Eilat, Israel, 7th December
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Holmes NP, Dakwar A, Deouell LY (2008) Pointing to sounds with different reference frames. Human Cognitive Neuroscience Group Meeting, Department of Psychology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 1st May

2007

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Holmes NP (2007) Hands: Location, recognition, & self-defence. Fundacion Duques de Soria Neurosciences Seminar, Soria, Spain, 9th July
37.
Holmes NP, Spence C, Mackay CE, Calvert GA, Revol P, Rode G, Farnè A, Rossetti YRC (2007) Recognising your own hands: Attribution biases & brain mechanisms. Israeli Society for Neuroscience, Eilat, Israel, 27th November
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Holmes NP, Rossetti YRC, Farnè A, Revol P, Rode G (2007) Recognising your own hands. INSERM U864 Retreat, Les Hautannes, France, 24th April
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Holmes NP, Spence C, Mackay CE, Calvert GA, Revol P, Rode G, Farnè A, Rossetti YRC (2007) Tool use & hand ownership: Respective roles of attention & guessing. Department of Psychology Seminar, Goldsmith's College, University of London, 11th October
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Holmes NP (2007) How does the brain recognise the body? Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851, Alumni Science Evening, London, UK, 13th February
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Holmes NP, Spence C, Mackay CE, Calvert GA, Revol P, Rode G, Farnè A, Rossetti YRC (2007) Why is the left hand better (than the right hand) at self-recognition? Crossmodal Research Group Seminar, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, 18th October
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Holmes NP, Spence C, Hansen PC, Calvert GA (2007) Tool use & peripersonal space: fMRI evidence. Body Representation Workshop, Department of Psychology, University of Manchester, 18th January

2006

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Holmes NP (2006) Of hands and tools: Peripersonal space, hand position, & hand ownership. Interdepartmental Seminar, University of Hamburg, Germany, 20th November
28.
Holmes NP, Farnè A, Revol P, Rossetti YRC (2006) Owning & disowning your hands: Attribution biases in hand self-recognition. Attention and Performance: Sensorimotor Foundations of Higher Cognition, Beaujolais, France, 6th July
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Holmes NP, Farnè A, Rossetti YRC (2006) Can you recognise your own hands? Crossmodal Research Group Seminar, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, 27th March
26.
Holmes NP (2006) Put yourself in its place: Rubber hands, wandering limbs, & wayward touch. Body Representation Workshop, Institut Nicod, Paris, 2nd October
25.
Holmes NP, Calvert GA, Spence C (2006) Tool-use, the body schema, and peripersonal space: A sceptical view. Psychology Department Seminar, University of Trento, Rovereto, 15th June
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Holmes NP, Farnè A, Revol P, Rossetti YRC (2006) The neural & multisensory basis of hand self-recognition: Preliminary investigations. International Multisensory Research Forum, Dublin, Ireland, 19th June
22.
Holmes NP (2006) ...like the back of your own hand? INSERM Unite534 Inspection, Bron, France, 6th February

2005

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Holmes NP (2005) Perceiving the world: Research at Oxford's Crossmodal Research Group. Departmental Open Day, Experimental Psychology Department, Oxford University, 1st July
20.
Holmes NP, Calvert GA, Spence C (2005) 'Tool-use' & peripersonal space (and/or 'body schema(ta)'). , Department of Neurobiology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 29th December
19.
Snijders HJ, Holmes NP, Spence C (2005) Visual & proprioceptive integration in reaching movements. International Multisensory Research Forum, Rovereto, Italy, 6th June
18.
Holmes NP, Spence C, Calvert GA (2005) Extending peripersonal space with tools? Body Representation Workshop 1, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, 17th March
16.
Holmes NP, Spence C, Taylor PCJ, Rushworth MFS (2005) Reaching in the mirror: Can repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation over the superior parietal cortex improve hand-eye coordination? Body Respresentation Workshop 2, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, 30th September
15.
Holmes NP, Calvert GA, Spence C (2005) Where does the body end & the world begin? Multisensory interactions in peripersonal space. Wellcome Trust Final Year Doctoral Students Meeting, London, UK, 27th January
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Holmes NP, Spence C, Calvert GA (2005) Visual-tactile interactions in tool-use: Peripersonal space or multisensory spatial attention? International Multisensory Research Forum, Rovereto, Italy, 5th June

2004

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Holmes NP, Calvert GA, Spence C (2004) Which part of a tool is used and how often? Task-dependent modulation of visuotactile integration by tool-use. Experimental Psychology Society, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, 31st March
12.
Holmes NP, Calvert GA, Spence C (2004) The extracorporeal self: Prostheses, tools, and body schemata. British Psychological Society, Consciousness and Experimental Psychology Section (BPS-CEP), St Anne's College, University of Oxford, 18th September
11.
Holmes NP, Fiorio M, Whiteley L (2004) The body in the brain. Psychology Post Graduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG), Manchester Metropolitan University, 27th July
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Holmes NP, Calvert GA, Spence C (2004) Tools, brains, & bodies: Projecting sensations into outer space. Psychology Post Graduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG), Manchester Metropolitan University, 27th July
9.
Holmes NP, Calvert GA, Spence C (2004) Visual-tactile interactions: Remapping visual space with sticks? Touch, Temperature, Pain, & Pleasure (TTPP), Manchester University, UK, 1st September
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Holmes NP, Calvert GA, Spence C (2004) Task- & practice-dependent modulation of visuotactile integration by tool-use. International Multisensory Research Forum, Sitges, Spain, 2nd June

2003

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Holmes NP (2003) The body schema: What is it, and (how) can we study it? Cognitive Neuroscience Discussion Group, University of Oxford, 15th September
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Holmes NP, Calvert GA, Spence C (2003) Brain, body, & space: Does tool-use *extend* visuotactile peripersonal space? International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF), McMaster University, Canada, 16th June
5.
Holmes NP, Calvert GA, Spence C (2003) Tools: Extending the body, or 'capturing' distant space? , Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK, 4th October
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Holmes NP, Calvert GA, Spence C (2003) The body: Within the brain and without the skin. First Year Graduate Talks, Experimental Psychology Department, Oxford University, 23rd January
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2001

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