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1. Reader AT, Rao VM, Christakou A, Scarfe P, Holmes NP (under review) A kinematic examination of dual-route processing for action imitation. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 0:0
  [NBArticle #49382]
2. Reader AT, Royce BP, Marsh JE, Chivers K, Holmes NP (under review) Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals a role for the left inferior parietal lobule in matching observed kinematics during imitation. European Journal of Neuroscience, 0:0
  [NBArticle #47827] [Cites 35]
3. Reader AT, Holmes NP (under review) The left ventral premotor cortex is involved in hand shaping for intransitive gestures: evidence from a two-person imitation paradigm. Royal Society Open Science, 0:0
  [NBArticle #49702] [Cites 60]
4. Reader AT (2017) Optimal motor synergy extraction for novel actions and virtual environments. Journal of Neurophysiology, 118(2):652-654
    [NBArticle #48506] [Cites 2]
5. Reader AT, Tamè L, Holmes NP (2017) Two instances of presyncope during magnetic stimulation of the median nerve, and evaluation of resting motor threshold with transcranial magnetic stimulation (tms). PsyrXiv, :
    [NBArticle #45584]
6. Reader AT (2016) Semantic organization of body part representations in the occipitotemporal cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 36(2):265-267
    [NBArticle #41829]
7. Reader AT, 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 37] [CitedBy 5]
8. Reader AT, 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 29] [CitedBy 3]
9. Naish KR, Reader AT, 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
        [NBArticle #33988] [Cites 29] [CitedBy 31]