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Naish KR, Reader A, Houston-Price C, Bremner AJ, Holmes NP (2013a) To eat or not to eat? Kinematics and muscle activity of reach-to-grasp movements are influenced by the action goal, but observers do not detect these differences. Experimental Brain Research, 225(2):261-275        
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1. Ansuini C, Cavallo A, Bertone C, Becchio C (2016) Reading intention in action. In: (eds) Shared representations: sensorimotor foundations of social life., pp 374
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2. Ansuini C, Cavallo A, Bertone C, Becchio C (2014) The visible face of intention: why kinematics matters. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:815
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3. Ansuini C, Cavallo A, Bertone C, Becchio C (2015) Intentions in the brain the unveiling of mister hyde. The Neuroscientist, 21(2):126-135
    [NBArticle #45405] [Cites 1]
4. Blanchard CCV, McGlashan HL, French B, Sperring RJ, Petrocochino B, Holmes NP (2017) Online control of prehension predicts performance on a standardised motor assessment test in 8-12 year old children. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:374
    [NBArticle #41777] [Cites 46] [CitedBy 6]
5. Borg E (2013) More questions for mirror neurons. Consciousness and Cognition, 22(3):1122-1131
    [NBArticle #35018] [Cites 33]
6. Catmur C (2015) Understanding intentions from actions: direct perception, inference, and the roles of mirror and mentalizing systems. Consciousness and Cognition, 36:426-433
    [NBArticle #42634] [Cites 2]
7. Cavallo A, Koul A, Ansuini C, Capozzi F, Becchio C (2016) Decoding intentions from movement kinematics. Scientific Reports, 6:37036
    [NBArticle #46252] [Cites 1]
8. Donnarumma F, Dindo H, Pezzulo G (2017) Sensorimotor coarticulation in the execution and recognition of intentional actions. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:237
    [NBArticle #47729] [Cites 1]
9. Finisguerra A, Amoruso L, Makris S, Urgesi C (2016) Dissociated representations of deceptive intentions and kinematic adaptations in the observer's motor system. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, :
    [NBArticle #46385] [Cites 2]
10. Flindall JW, Gonzalez CLR (2014) Eating interrupted: the effect of intent on hand-to-mouth actions. Journal of Neurophysiology, 112(8):2019-2025
    [NBArticle #39504] [Cites 1]
11. Flindall JW, Gonzalez CLR (2015) Children's bilateral advantage for grasp-to-eat actions becomes unimanual by age 10 years. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 133:57-71
    [NBArticle #45406] [Cites 1]
12. Holmes NP (2016) The Old Statistics, the New Statistics (then back to the Old Statistics again): Bootstrapping data in Matlab for descriptive and inferential statistics. , A16, Pope, 7th December
  [NBArticle #46383] [Cites 17]
13. Koul A, Cavallo A, Ansuini C, Becchio C (2016) Doing it your way: how individual movement styles affect action prediction. Public Library of Science ONE, 11(10):165297
    [NBArticle #45867] [Cites 2]
14. Lewkowicz D (2013) Intentionnalité et interactions motrices: comment appréhender les intentions d'autrui à partir de la dynamique comportementale? PhD Thesis, Université Charles de Gaulle-Lille III, 237pp.
  [NBArticle #45412] [Cites 1]
15. Lewkowicz D, Quesque F, Coello Y, Delevoye-Turrell YN (2015) Individual differences in reading social intentions from motor deviants. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:1175
    [NBArticle #45178] [Cites 1]
16. Naish KR, Houston-Price C, Bremner AJ, Holmes NP (in preparation) Are you going to eat that? action prediction by the mirror system is not based on movement kinematics alone. European Journal of Neuroscience, 0:0
  [NBArticle #37137] [Cites 17]
17. 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
  [NBArticle #38013] [Cites 4]
18. Ní Choisdealbha A (2016) Semantic and motor processes in infant perception of object-directed and tool-mediated action. PhD Thesis, Lancaster University, 189pp.
  [NBArticle #45410] [Cites 1]
19. Quesque F, Delevoye-Turrell YN, Coello Y (2016) Facilitation effect of observed motor deviants in a cooperative motor task: evidence for direct perception of social intention in action. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69(8):1451-1463
    [NBArticle #45407] [Cites 1]
20. Quesque F, Lewkowicz D, Delevoye-Turrell YN, Coello Y (2013) Effects of social intention on movement kinematics in cooperative actions. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 7:14
    [NBArticle #37257] [Cites 1] [CitedBy 2]
21. Quesque F (2015) Montre-moi comment tu bouges, je te dirai à quoi tu penses: vers une approche incarnée de la cognition sociale. PhD Thesis, Université Charles de Gaulle-Lille III, 265pp.
  [NBArticle #45411] [Cites 1]
22. Quesque F, Coello Y (2014) For your eyes only: effect of confederate’s eye level on reach-to-grasp action. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1407
    [NBArticle #45059] [Cites 1]
23. Reader A, Holmes NP (2015a) Video stimuli reduce object-directed imitation accuracy: a novel two-person motion-tracking approach. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:644
        [NBArticle #40168] [Cites 31] [CitedBy 3]
24. Reader A, Holmes NP (2016) Examining ecological validity in social interaction: problems of visual fidelity, gaze, and social potential. Culture and Brain, 4(2):134-146
    [NBArticle #41840] [Cites 40] [CitedBy 2]
25. Wilmut K, Barnett AL (2014) Tailoring reach-to-grasp to intended action: the role of motor practice. Experimental Brain Research, 232(1):159-168
      [NBArticle #36424] [Cites 22]