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1. Ooki S (2014) An overview of human handedness in twins. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:10
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2. Oprescu F, Jones C, Katsikitis M (2014) I play at work—ten principles for transforming work processes through gamification. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:14
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3. Kirsch W, Königstein E, Kunde W (2014b) Action feedback affects the perception of action-related objects beyond actual action success. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:17
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4. Towse JN, Loetscher T, Brugger P (2014) Not all numbers are equal: preferences and biases among children and adults when generating random sequences. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:19
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5. Iani C, Milanese N, Rubichi S (2014b) The influence of prior practice and handedness on the orthogonal simon effect. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:39
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6. Cameron BD, de la Malla C, López-Moliner J (2014) The role of differential delays in integrating transient visual and proprioceptive information. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:50
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7. Jovanovic B, Drewing K (2014) The influence of intersensory discrepancy on visuo-haptic integration is similar in 6-year-old children and adults. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:57
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8. Froese T, Leavens DA (2014) The direct perception hypothesis: perceiving the intention of another’s action hinders its precise imitation. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:65
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9. Mueller S, Fiehler K (2014b) Gaze-dependent spatial updating of tactile targets in a localization task. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:66
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10. Heed T, Azañón E (2014) Using time to investigate space: a review of tactile temporal order judgments as a window onto spatial processing in touch. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:76
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11. Scharoun SM, Bryden PJ (2014) Hand preference, performance abilities, and hand selection in children. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:82
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12. Wesslein A, Spence C, Frings C (2014) Vision affects tactile target and distractor processing even when space is task-irrelevant. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:84
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13. Gillmeister H (2014) A new perceptual paradigm to investigate the visual remapping of others’ tactile sensations onto one’s own body shows “mirror touch” for the hands. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:95
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14. Chiou RYY, Rich AN (2014) The role of conceptual knowledge in understanding synesthesia: evaluating contemporary findings from a “hub-and-spokes” perspective. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:105
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15. Takahashi C, Watt SJ (2014) Visual-haptic integration with pliers and tongs: signal 'weights' take account of changes in haptic sensitivity caused by different tools. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:109
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16. Baber C, Parekh M, Cengiz TG (2014) Tool use as distributed cognition: how tools help, hinder and define manual skill. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:116
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17. Ruitenberg MFL, Abrahamse EL, de Kleine E, Verwey WB (2014b) Post-error slowing in sequential action: an aging study. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:119
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18. Hach S, Schütz-Bosbach S (2014) In (or outside of) your neck of the woods: laterality in spatial body representation. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:123
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19. Hardie SM, Wright L (2014) Differences between left- and right-handers in approach/avoidance motivation: influence of consistency of handedness measures. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:134
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20. Sugano Y, Keetels M, Vroomen J (2014) Concurrent sensorimotor temporal recalibration to different lags for the left and right hand. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:140
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21. Kumar N, Manjaly JA, Miyapuram KP (2014) Feedback about action performed can alter the sense of self-agency. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:145
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22. Vingerhoets G (2014) Contribution of the posterior parietal cortex in reaching, grasping, and using objects and tools. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:151
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23. Rieger M, Dietrich S, Prinz W (2014) Effects of angular gain transformations between movement and visual feedback on coordination performance in unimanual circling. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:152
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24. Hodel AS, Markant JC, Van Den Heuvel SE, Cirilli-Raether JM, Thomas KM (2014) Developmental differences in effects of task pacing on implicit sequence learning. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:153
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25. Bernays M, Traube C (2014) Investigating pianists' individuality in the performance of five timbral nuances through patterns of articulation, touch, dynamics, and pedaling. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:157
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26. Marzoli D, Prete G, Tommasi L (2014) Perceptual asymmetries and handedness: a neglected link? Frontiers in Psychology, 5:163
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27. Jantzen MG, Howe BM, Jantzen KJ (2014) Neurophysiological evidence that musical training influences the recruitment of right hemispheric homologues for speech perception. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:171
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28. Tamè L, Moles AP, Holmes NP (2014) Within, but not between hands interactions in vibrotactile detection thresholds reflect somatosensory receptive field organization. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:174
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29. Maestripieri D, Klimczuk ACE, Traficonte DM, Wilson MC (2014) A greater decline in female facial attractiveness during middle age reflects women’s loss of reproductive value. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:179
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30. Trafimow D (2014) The mean as a multilevel issue. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:180
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31. Shimojo S (2014) Postdiction: its implications on visual awareness, hindsight, and sense of agency. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:196
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32. Wendker N, Sack OS, Sutter C (2014) Visual target distance, but not visual cursor path length produces shifts in motor behavior. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:225
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33. Ikeda Y, Okuzumi H, Kokubun M (2014) Age-related trends of inhibitory control in stroop-like big–small task in 3 to 12-year-old children and young adults. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:227
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34. Trafimow D (2014b) Estimating true standard deviations. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:235
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35. Guadalupe T, Willems RM, Zwiers MP, Vasquez AA, Hoogman M, Hagoort P, Fernandez G, Buitelaar JK, Franke B, Fisher SE, Francks C (2014) Differences in cerebral cortical anatomy of left- and right-handers. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:261
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36. Kassuba T, Klinge C, Hölig C, Röder B, Siebner HR (2014) Short-term plasticity of visuo-haptic object recognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:274
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37. Gonzalez CLR, Mills KJ, Genee I, Li F, Piquette N, Rosen N, Gibb RL (2014) Getting the right grasp on executive function. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:285
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38. Dobel C, Enriquez-Geppert S, Zwitserlood P, Bölte J (2014) Literacy shapes thought: the case of event representation in different cultures. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:290
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39. Grunwald M, Muniyandi M, Kim H, Kim J, Krause F, Mueller S, Srinivasan MA (2014) Human haptic perception is interrupted by explorative stops of milliseconds. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:292
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40. Moses P, Hernandez LM, Orient E (2014) Age-related differences in cerebral blood flow underlie the bold fmri signal in childhood. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:300
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41. Wilson AD (2014) Action scaling of distance perception is task specific and does not predict “the embodiment of culture”: a comment on soliman, gibson, and glenberg (2013). Frontiers in Psychology, 5:302
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42. Parry R, Dietrich G, Bril B (2014) Tool use ability depends on understanding of functional dynamics and not specific joint contribution profiles. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:306
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43. Orban GA, Caruana F (2014) The neural basis of human tool use. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:310
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44. Larsson M, Willander J, Karlsson K, Arshamian A (2014) Olfactory lover: behavioral and neural correlates of autobiographical odor memory. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:312
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45. Kelly SP, Brockmole JR (2014) Hand proximity differentially affects visual working memory for color and orientation in a binding task. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:318
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46. Thorgrimsson Gb, Fawcett C, Liszkowski U (2014) Infants’ expectations about gestures and actions in third-party interactions. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:321
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47. van Elk M (2014) The left inferior parietal lobe represents stored hand-postures for object use and action prediction. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:333
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48. Staines WR, Popovich C, Legon JK, Adams MS (2014) Early modality-specific somatosensory cortical regions are modulated by attended visual stimuli: interaction of vision, touch, and behavioral intent. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:351
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49. Bieńkiewicz MMN, Brandi M, Goldenberg G, Hughes CML, Hermsdörfer J (2014) The tool in the brain: apraxia in adl. behavioral and neurological correlates of apraxia in daily living. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:353
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50. Fay N, Lister CJ, Ellison TM, Goldin-Meadow S (2014) Creating a communication system from scratch: gesture beats vocalization hands down. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:354
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51. Metcalf CD, Irvine TA, Sims JL, Wang YL, Su AWY, Norris DO (2014) Complex hand dexterity: a review of biomechanical methods for measuring musical performance. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:414
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52. Treille A, Vilain C, Sato M (2014) The sound of your lips: electrophysiological cross-modal interactions during hand-to-face and face-to-face speech perception. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:420
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53. Ricketts J, Sperring RJ, Nation K (2014) Educational attainment in poor comprehenders. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:445
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54. Helon H, Króliczak G (2014) The effects of visual half-field priming on the categorization of familiar intransitive gestures, tool use pantomimes, and meaningless hand movements. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:454
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55. Baumard J, Osiurak F, Lesourd M, le Gall D (2014) Tool use disorders after left brain damage. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:473
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56. Demos AP, Chaffin R, Kant V (2014) Toward a dynamical theory of body movement in musical performance. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:477
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57. Fagard J, Rat-Fischer L, O'Regan JK (2014) The emergence of use of a rake-like tool: a longitudinal study in human infants. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:491
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58. Baccarini M, Martel M, Cardinali L, Sillan O, Farnè A, Roy AC (2014) Tool use imagery triggers tool incorporation in the body schema. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:492
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59. Watson CE, Cardillo ER, Bromberger B, Chatterjee A (2014) The specificity of action knowledge in sensory and motor systems. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:494
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60. Kaltner S, Riecke BE, Jansen P (2014) Embodied mental rotation: a special link between egocentric transformation and the bodily self. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:505
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61. Soliman TM, Glenberg AM (2014) How intent to interact can affect action scaling of distance: reply to wilson. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:513
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62. Müsseler J, Wühr P, Ziessler M (2014) Using tools with real and imagined tool movements. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:515
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63. Tseng PH, Yu J, Tzeng OJL, Hung DL, Juan C (2014) Hand proximity facilitates spatial discrimination of auditory tones. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:527
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64. Maranesi M, Bonini L, Fogassi L (2014b) Cortical processing of object affordances for self and others' action. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:538
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65. Sutter C, Drewing K, Müsseler J (2014) Multisensory integration in action control. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:544
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66. Vaci N, Gula B, Bilalić M (2014) Restricting range restricts conclusions. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:569
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67. Corbetta D, Thurman SL, Wiener RF, Guan Y, Williams JL (2014) Mapping the feel of the arm with the sight of the object: on the embodied origins of infant reaching. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:576
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68. Gapenne O (2014) The co-constitution of the self and the world: action and proprioceptive coupling. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:594
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69. Schubotz RI, Wurm MF, Wittmann MK, Von Cramon DY (2014) Objects tell us what action we can expect: dissociating brain areas for retrieval and exploitation of action knowledge during action observation in fmri. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:636
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70. Valentin VV, Maddox WT, Ashby FG (2014) A computational model of the temporal dynamics of plasticity in procedural learning: sensitivity to feedback timing. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:643
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71. van Dam LCJ (2014) Visual target distance, but not visual cursor path length produces shifts in motor behavior: a multisensory integration perspective. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:650
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72. Woll B (2014) Moving from hand to mouth: echo phonology and the origins of language. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:662
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73. Kelly SD, Hirata Y, Manansala M, Huang J (2014) Exploring the role of hand gestures in learning novel phoneme contrasts and vocabulary in a second language. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:673
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74. Moran N (2014) Social implications arise in embodied music cognition research which can counter musicological “individualism”. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:676
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75. Gherri E, Forster B (2014) Attention to the body depends on eye-in-orbit position. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:683
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76. Hofmann A, Goebl W (2014) Production and perception of legato, portato, and staccato articulation in saxophone playing. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:690
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77. Rieger M, Dietrich S, Prinz W (2014b) Effects of angular shift transformations between movements and their visual feedback on coordination in unimanual circling. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:693
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78. Guellaï B, Langus A, Nespor M (2014) Prosody in the hands of the speaker. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:700
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79. Chan C, Ackermann B (2014) Evidence-informed physical therapy management of performance-related musculoskeletal disorders in musicians. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:706
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80. Soranzo A, Grassi M (2014) Psychoacoustics: a comprehensive matlab toolbox for auditory testing. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:712
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81. Mioni G, Stablum F, Grondin S (2014) Interval discrimination across different duration ranges with a look at spatial compatibility and context effects. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:717
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82. Lacey S, Sathian K (2014) Visuo-haptic multisensory object recognition, categorization, and representation. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:730
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83. Rogers JC, Möttönen R, Boyles R, Watkins KE (2014) Discrimination of speech and non-speech sounds following theta-burst stimulation of the motor cortex. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:754
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84. Hahn U (2014) The bayesian boom: good thing or bad? Frontiers in Psychology, 5:765
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85. Ross PD (2014) Body form and body motion processing are dissociable in the visual pathways. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:767
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86. Abney DH, Warlaumont AS, Haussman A, Ross JM, Wallot S (2014b) Using nonlinear methods to quantify changes in infant limb movements and vocalizations. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:771
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87. Kruse-Weber S, Parncutt R (2014) Error management for musicians: an interdisciplinary conceptual framework. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:777
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88. Dienes Z (2014) Using bayes to get the most out of non-significant results. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:781
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89. Küssner MB, Tidhar D, Prior HM, Leech-Wilkinson D (2014) Musicians are more consistent: gestural cross-modal mappings of pitch, loudness and tempo in real-time. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:789
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90. Harrison L, Loui P (2014) Thrills, chills, frissons, and skin orgasms: toward an integrative model of transcendent psychophysiological experiences in music. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:790
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91. Berryhill ME, Peterson DJ, Jones KT, Stephens JA (2014) Hits and misses: leveraging tdcs to advance cognitive research. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:800
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92. 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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93. Gupta DS (2014) Processing of sub- and supra-second intervals in the primate brain results from the calibration of neuronal oscillators via sensory, motor, and feedback processes. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:816
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94. Carter EC, McCullough ME (2014) Publication bias and the limited strength model of self-control: has the evidence for ego depletion been overestimated? Frontiers in Psychology, 5:823
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95. Lee A, Schoonderwaldt E, Chadde M, Altenmüller E (2014) Movement induced tremor in musicians and non-musicians reflects adaptive brain plasticity. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:824
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96. Lee H, Noppeney U (2014b) Music expertise shapes audiovisual temporal integration windows for speech, sinewave speech, and music. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:868
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97. Adolf J, Schuurman NK, Borkenau P, Borsboom D, Dolan CV (2014) Measurement invariance within and between individuals: a distinct problem in testing the equivalence of intra- and inter-individual model structures. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:883
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98. Madison G, Sioros G (2014) What musicians do to induce the sensation of groove in simple and complex melodies, and how listeners perceive it. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:894
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99. Seth AK (2014) Darwin's neuroscientist: gerald m. edelman, 1929–2014. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:896
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100. Kelley NJ, Schmeichel BJ (2014) The effects of negative emotions on sensory perception: fear but not anger decreases tactile sensitivity. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:942
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101. Friedman D, Pizarro R, Or-Berkers K, Neyret S, Pan X, Slater M (2014) A method for generating an illusion of backwards time travel using immersive virtual reality—an exploratory study. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:943
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102. Costa T, Ferraro M (2014) A statistical mechanical problem? Frontiers in Psychology, 5:947
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103. Rankin SK, Limb CJ (2014) Auditory-motor synchronization with temporally fluctuating sequences is dependent on fractal structure but not musical expertise. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:970
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104. Dolk T, Hommel B, Colzato LS, Schütz-Bosbach S, Prinz W, Liepelt R (2014) The joint simon effect: a review and theoretical integration. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:974
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105. Kyselo M (2014) The body social: an enactive approach to the self. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:986
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106. Madison G, Aasa U, Wallert J, Woodley MA (2014) Feminist activist women are masculinized in terms of digit-ratio and social dominance: a possible explanation for the feminist paradox. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1011
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107. Paulig J, Jabusch H, Großbach M, Boullet L, Altenmüller E (2014) Sensory trick phenomenon improves motor control in pianists with dystonia: prognostic value of glove-effect. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1012
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108. de Graaf TA, Sack AT (2014) Using brain stimulation to disentangle neural correlates of conscious vision. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1019
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109. Ruiz MH, Hong SB, Hennig H, Altenmüller E, Kühn AA (2014b) Long-range correlation properties in timing of skilled piano performance: the influence of auditory feedback and deep brain stimulation. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1030
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110. Sioros G, Miron M, Davies M, Gouyon F, Madison G (2014) Syncopation creates the sensation of groove in synthesized music examples. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1036
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111. Peckel M, Pozzo T, Bigand E (2014) The impact of the perception of rhythmic music on self-paced oscillatory movements. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1037
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112. Ferronato PAM, Domellöf E, Rönnqvist L (2014) Early influence of auditory stimuli on upper-limb movements in young human infants: an overview. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1043
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113. Tandonnet C, Burle B, Vidal F, Hasbroucq T (2014) Tactile stimulations and wheel rotation responses: toward augmented lane departure warning systems. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1045
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114. Froese T, Iizuka H, Ikegami T (2014) Using minimal human-computer interfaces for studying the interactive development of social awareness. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1061
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115. Libertus K, Landa RJ (2014) Scaffolded reaching experiences encourage grasping activity in infants at high risk for autism. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1071
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116. Sainburg RL (2014) Convergent models of handedness and brain lateralization. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1092
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117. Anderson PW, Zahorik P (2014) Auditory/visual distance estimation: accuracy and variability. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1097
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118. Osiurak F, Massen C (2014) The cognitive and neural bases of human tool use. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1107
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119. Vuust P, Witek MAG (2014) Rhythmic complexity and predictive coding: a novel approach to modeling rhythm and meter perception in music. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1111
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120. Gori M, Vercillo T, Sandini G, Burr DC (2014) Tactile feedback improves auditory spatial localization. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1121
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121. Bishop L, Goebl W (2014) Context-specific effects of musical expertise on audiovisual integration. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1123
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122. Schmaltz RM, Enström R (2014) Death to weak powerpoint: strategies to create effective visual presentations. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1138
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123. Kotchoubey B (2014) Objectivity of human consciousness is a product of tool usage. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1152
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124. Di Francesco M, Marraffa M (2014) A plea for a more dialectical relationship between personal and subpersonal levels of analysis. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1165
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125. Schaefer S (2014) The ecological approach to cognitive–motor dual-tasking: findings on the effects of expertise and age. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1167
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126. Tapia E, Beck DM (2014) Probing feedforward and feedback contributions to awareness with visual masking and transcranial magnetic stimulation. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1173
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127. Salmon JP, Matheson HE, McMullen PA (2014) Photographs of manipulable objects are named more quickly than the same objects depicted as line-drawings: evidence that photographs engage embodiment more than line-drawings. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1187
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128. Ito T, Gracco VL, Ostry DJ (2014) Temporal factors affecting somatosensory–auditory interactions in speech processing. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1198
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129. Broughton MC, Davidson JW (2014) Action and familiarity effects on self and other expert musicians’ laban effort-shape analyses of expressive bodily behaviors in instrumental music performance: a case study approach. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1201
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130. van der Linden L, Riès SK, Legou T, Burle B, Malfait N, Alario FX (2014) A comparison of two procedures for verbal response time fractionation. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1213
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131. Fukui H, Toyoshima K (2014) Chill-inducing music enhances altruism in humans. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1215
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132. Posner MI, Tang Y, Lynch G (2014) Mechanisms of white matter change induced by meditation training. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1220
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133. Perret C, Kandel S (2014) Taking advantage of between- and within-participant variability? Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1235
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134. Sherwood DE (2014) Aiming accuracy in preferred and non-preferred limbs: implications for programing models of motor control. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1236
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135. Salatino A, Poncini M, George MS, Ricci R (2014) Hunting for right and left parietal hot spots using single-pulse tms: modulation of visuospatial perception during line bisection judgment in the healthy brain. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1238
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136. McConnell PA, Froeliger B, Garland EL, Ives JL, Sforzo GA (2014) Auditory driving of the autonomic nervous system: listening to theta-frequency binaural beats post-exercise increases parasympathetic activation and sympathetic withdrawal. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1248
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137. Chen L (2014) How many neural oscillators we need on sub- and supra-second intervals processing in the primate brain. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1263
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138. Briscoe RE (2014) Do intentions for action penetrate visual experience? Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1265
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139. Gonzalez CLR, Li F, Mills KJ, Rosen N, Gibb RL (2014b) Speech in action: degree of hand preference for grasping predicts speech articulation competence in children. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1267
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