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1. Feurra M, Paulus WE, Walsh VZ, Kanai R (2011) Frequency specific modulation of human somatosensory cortex. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:13
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2. Van de Schoot R, Hoijtink H, Jan-Willem R (2011) Moving beyond traditional null hypothesis testing: evaluating expectations directly. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:24
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3. Petkova VI, Khoshnevis M, Ehrsson HH (2011) The perspective matters! multisensory integration in egocentric reference frames determines full- body ownership. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:35
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4. Riley MA, Richardson MJ, Shockley K, Ramenzoni VC (2011) Interpersonal synergies. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:38
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5. Bolognini N, Maravita A (2011) Uncovering multisensory processing through non-invasive brain stimulation. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:46
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6. Shea CH, Kovacs AJ, Panzer S (2011) The coding and inter-manual transfer of movement sequences. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:52
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7. Pellicano A, Thill S, Ziemke T, Binkofski F (2011) Affordances, adaptive tool use and grounded cognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:53
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8. Gori M, Mazzilli G, Sandini G, Burr DC (2011) Cross-sensory facilitation reveals neural interactions between visual and tactile motion in humans. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:55
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9. Freeman JB, Dale R, Farmer TA (2011) Hand in motion reveals mind in motion. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:59
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10. Stoerig P (2011) Task-irrelevant blindsight and the impact of invisible stimuli. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:66
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11. Cuppini C, Magosso E, Ursino M (2011) Organization, maturation, and plasticity of multisensory integration: insights from computational modeling studies. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:77
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12. Dolk T, Hommel B, Colzato LS, Schütz-Bosbach S, Prinz W, Liepelt R (2011) How 'social' is the social simon effect? Frontiers in Psychology, 2:84
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13. Jacobs S, Brozzoli C, Hadj-Bouziane F, Meunier M, Farnè A (2011) Studying multisensory processing and its role in the representation of space through pathological and physiological crossmodal extinction. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:89
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14. García-Pérez MA, Alcalá-Quintana R (2011b) Improving the estimation of psychometric functions in 2AFC discrimination tasks. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:96
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15. Jensen O, Bahramisharif A, Oostenveld R, Klanke S, Hadjipapas A, Okazaki YO, van Gerven MAJ (2011) Using brain–computer interfaces and brain-state dependent stimulation as tools in cognitive neuroscience. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:100
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16. Gorea A, Rider D (2011) Introspecting on the timing of one’s actions in a visuo-motor synchronization task. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:106
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17. Tressoldi PE (2011) Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence: the case of non-local perception, a classical and bayesian review of evidences. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:117
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18. Perrault TJJ, Stein BE, Rowland BA (2011) Non-stationarity in multisensory neurons in the superior colliculus. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:144
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19. David N, Stenzel A, Schneider TR, Engel AK (2011) The feeling of agency: empirical indicators for a pre-reflective level of action awareness. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:149
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20. Ste-Marie DM, Vertes KA, Rymal AM, Martini R (2011) Feedforward self-modeling enhances skill acquisition in children learning trampoline skills. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:155
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21. Halwani GF, Loui P, Rüber T, Schlaug G (2011) Effects of practice and experience on the arcuate fasciculus: comparing singers, instrumentalists, and non-musicians. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:156
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22. Andoh J, Zatorre RJ (2011) Interhemispheric connectivity influences the degree of modulation of tms-induced effects during auditory processing. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:161
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23. Thut G, Schyns PG, Gross J (2011) Entrainment of perceptually relevant brain oscillations by non-invasive rhythmic stimulation of the human brain. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:170
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24. Wutte MG, Smith MT, Flanagin VL, Wolbers T (2011) Physiological signal variability in hmt+ reflects performance on a direction discrimination task. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:185
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25. Reiser M, Büsch D, Munzert J (2011) Strength gains by motor imagery with different ratios of physical to mental practice. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:194
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26. Eggert LD (2011) Best practices for allocating appropriate credit and responsibility to authors of multi-authored articles. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:196
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27. Klein E, Moeller K, Willmes K, Nuerk H, Domahs F (2011) The influence of implicit hand-based representations on mental arithmetic. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:197
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28. Imbo I, Vandierendonck A, Fias W (2011) Passive hand movements disrupt adults’ counting strategies. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:201
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29. Combe E, Fujii N (2011) Depth perception and defensive system activation in a 3-d environment. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:205
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30. Beller S, Bender A (2011) Explicating numerical information: when and how fingers support (or hinder) number comprehension and handling. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:214
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31. Brown HD, Friston KJ, Bestmann S (2011) Active inference, attention, and motor preparation. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:218
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32. Osborne JW, Blanchard MR (2011) Random responding from participants is a threat to the validity of social science research results. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:220
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33. Ihrke M, Behrendt J (2011) Automatic generation of randomized trial sequences for priming experiments. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:225
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34. Dove G (2011) On the need for embodied and dis-embodied cognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:242
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35. Crollen V, Seron X, Noël M (2011) Is finger-counting necessary for the development of arithmetic abilities? Frontiers in Psychology, 2:242
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36. Hemeren PE, Thill S (2011) Deriving motor primitives through action segmentation. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:243
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37. Willems RM (2011) Re-appreciating the why of cognition: 35 years after marr and poggio. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:244
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38. Anderson B (2011) There is no such thing as attention. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:246
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39. Kaufmann L, Pixner S, Göbel SM (2011) Finger usage and arithmetic in adults with math difficulties: evidence from a case report. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:254
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40. Bender A, Beller S (2011) Fingers as a tool for counting – naturally fixed or culturally flexible? Frontiers in Psychology, 2:256
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41. Fischer MH, Brugger P (2011) When digits help digits: spatial–numerical associations point to finger counting as prime example of embodied cognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:260
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42. Shams L, Wozny DR, Kim RS, Seitz AR (2011) Influences of multisensory experience on subsequent unisensory processing. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:264
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43. Di Luca S, Pesenti M (2011) Finger numeral representations: more than just another symbolic code. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:272
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44. Moeller K, Martignon L, Wessolowski S, Engel J, Nuerk H (2011) Effects of finger counting on numerical development – the opposing views of neurocognition and mathematics education. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:328
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45. Mancini F, Bricolo E, Mattioli F, Vallar G (2011) Visuo-haptic interactions in unilateral spatial neglect: the cross modal judd illusion. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:341
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46. Grant-Beuttler M, Glynn LM, Salisbury AL, Davis EP, Holliday C, Sandman CA (2011) Development of fetal movement between 26 and 36-weeks’ gestation in response to vibro-acoustic stimulation. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:350
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47. Verschoor SA, Eenshuistra RM, Kray J, Biro S, Hommel B (2012) Explicit learning of arbitrary and non-arbitrary action–effect relations in adults and 4-year-olds. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:354
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48. Reeve R, Humberstone J (2011) Five- to 7-year-olds’ finger gnosia and calculation abilities. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:359
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49. Previtali P, Rinaldi L, Girelli L (2011) Nature or nurture in finger counting: a review on the determinants of the direction of number–finger mapping. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:363
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50. Costa AJ, Silva JBL, Chagas PP, Krinzinger H, Lonneman J, Willmes K, Wood G, Haase VG (2011) A hand full of numbers: a role for offloading in arithmetics learning? Frontiers in Psychology, 2:368
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51. Riello M, Rusconi E (2011) Unimanual snarc effect: hand matters. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:372
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52. Krinzinger H, Koten JW, Horoufchin H, Kohn N, Arndt D, Sahr K, Konrad K, Willmes K (2011) The role of finger representations and saccades for number processing: an fmri study in children. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:373
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53. Ionta S, Gassert R, Blanke O (2011b) Multi-sensory and sensorimotor foundation of bodily self-consciousness – an interdisciplinary approach. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:383
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