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1. Pitron V, de Vignemont F (2017) Beyond differences between the body schema and the body image: insights from body hallucinations. Consciousness and Cognition, 53:115-121
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2. Wen W, Yamashita A, Asama H (2017) The influence of performance on action-effect integration in sense of agency. Consciousness and Cognition, 53:89-98
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3. Kong G, He K, Wei K (2017) Sensorimotor experience in virtual reality enhances sense of agency associated with an avatar. Consciousness and Cognition, 52:115-124
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4. Cavazzana A, Begliomini C, Bisiacchi PS (2017) Intentional binding as a marker of agency across the lifespan. Consciousness and Cognition, 52:104-114
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5. Imaizumi S, Asai T (2017) My action lasts longer: potential link between subjective time and agency during voluntary action. Consciousness and Cognition, 51:243-257
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6. Vastano R, Pozzo T, Brass M (2017) The action congruency effect on the feelings of agency. Consciousness and Cognition, 51:212-222
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7. Korb S, Osimo SA, Suran T, Goldstein A, Rumiati RI (2017) Face proprioception does not modulate access to visual awareness of emotional faces in a continuous flash suppression paradigm. Consciousness and Cognition, 51:166-180
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8. Asai T (2017) Know thy agency in predictive coding: meta-monitoring over forward modeling. Consciousness and Cognition, 51:82-99
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9. Prinz W (2017) Modeling self on others: an import theory of subjectivity and selfhood. Consciousness and Cognition, 49:347-362
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10. Scandola M, Aglioti SM, Avesani R, Bertagnoni G, Marangoni A, Moro V (2017) Corporeal illusions in chronic spinal cord injuries. Consciousness and Cognition, 49:278-290
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11. Dominik T, Dostál D, Zielina M, Šmahaj J, Sedláčková Z, Procházka R (2017) Libet’s experiment: questioning the validity of measuring the urge to move. Consciousness and Cognition, 49:255-263
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12. Kulakova E, Khalighinejad N, Haggard P (2017) I could have done otherwise: availability of counterfactual comparisons informs the sense of agency. Consciousness and Cognition, 49:237-244
    [NBArticle #47929]
13. Kumar D, Srinivasan N (2017) Multi-scale control influences sense of agency: investigating intentional binding using event-control approach. Consciousness and Cognition, 49:1-14
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14. Jenkinson PM, Preston C (2017) The ‘not-so-strange’ body in the mirror: a principal components analysis of direct and mirror self-observation. Consciousness and Cognition, 48:262-272
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15. Bolt NK, Poncelet EM, Schultz BG, Loehr JD (2016) Mutual coordination strengthens the sense of joint agency in cooperative joint action. Consciousness and Cognition, 46:173-187
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16. Aymerich-Franch L, Petit D, Ganesh G, Kheddar A (2016b) The second me: seeing the real body during humanoid robot embodiment produces an illusion of bi-location. Consciousness and Cognition, 46:99-109
    [NBArticle #46469]
17. Sparks S, Sidari M, Lyons M, Kritikos A (2016) Pictures of you: dot stimuli cause motor contagion in presence of a still human form. Consciousness and Cognition, 45:135-145
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18. Imaizumi S, Asai T, Koyama S (2016) Embodied prosthetic arm stabilizes body posture, while unembodied one perturbs it. Consciousness and Cognition, 45:75-88
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19. Jaime M, O'Driscoll K, Moore C (2016) Visual discrimination of delayed self-generated movement reveals the temporal limit of proprioceptive–visual intermodal integration. Consciousness and Cognition, 43:27-37
    [NBArticle #43929]
20. Ferretti G (2016) Through the forest of motor representations. Consciousness and Cognition, 43:177-196
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21. Martini M (2016) Real, rubber or virtual: the vision of “one’s own” body as a means for pain modulation. a narrative review. Consciousness and Cognition, 43:143-151
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22. Van Damme S, Bulcke CV, Durnez W, Crombez G (2016) Attentional bias to pain-relevant body locations: new methods, new challenges. Consciousness and Cognition, 43:128-132
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23. Christensen JF, Yoshie M, Di Costa S, Haggard P (2016) Emotional valence, sense of agency and responsibility: a study using intentional binding. Consciousness and Cognition, 43:1-10
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24. Flannigan JC, Chua R, Cressman EK (2016) The rapid-chase theory does not extend to movement execution. Consciousness and Cognition, 42:75-92
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25. Lenggenhager B, Busch C, Brugger P (2016) Minding gaps on the skin: opposite bisection biases on forehead and back of one’s head. Consciousness and Cognition, 42:9-14
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