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1. Filippi CA, Woodward AL (2016) Action experience changes attention to kinematic cues. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:19
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2. Wen W, Yamashita A, Asama H (2016) Divided attention and processes underlying sense of agency. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:35
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3. Fuelscher IT, Williams J, Wilmut K, Enticott PG, Hyde CEA (2016) Modeling the maturation of grip selection planning and action representation: insights from typical and atypical motor development. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:108
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4. Robson SJ, Kuhlmeier VA (2016) Infants’ understanding of object-directed action: an interdisciplinary synthesis. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:111
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5. Junghans AF, Sterck EHM, de Vries AO, Evers C, de Ridder DTD (2016) Defying food – how distance determines monkeys’ ability to inhibit reaching for food. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:158
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6. Bremner P, Leonards U (2016) Iconic gestures for robot avatars, recognition and integration with speech. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:183
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7. Gonzalez SL, Reeb-Sutherland BC, Nelson EL (2016) Quantifying motor experience in the infant brain: eeg power, coherence, and mu desynchronization. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:216
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8. Navolio N, Lemaitre G, Forget A, Heller LM (2016) The egocentric nature of action-sound associations. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:231
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9. Calsius J, De Bie J, Hertogen R, Meesen RLJ (2016) Touching the lived body in patients with medically unexplained symptoms. how an integration of hands-on bodywork and body awareness in psychotherapy may help people with alexithymia. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:253
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10. Fagard J, Rat-Fischer L, Esseily R, Somogyi E, O'Regan JK (2016) What does it take for an infant to learn how to use a tool by observation? Frontiers in Psychology, 7:267
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11. Peperkorn HM, Diemer JE, Alpers GW, Mühlberger A (2016) Representation of patients’ hand modulates fear reactions of patients with spider phobia in virtual reality. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:268
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12. Loth S, De Ruiter JP (2016) Editorial: understanding social signals: how do we recognize the intentions of others? Frontiers in Psychology, 7:281
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13. Allen PJ, Roberts LD, Baughman FD, Loxton NJ, Van Rooy D, Rock AJ, Finlay J (2016) Introducing stathand: a cross-platform mobile application to support students’ statistical decision making. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:288
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14. Maes P (2016) Sensorimotor grounding of musical embodiment and the role of prediction: a review. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:308
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15. Wada A, Sakano Y, Ando H (2016) Differential responses to a visual self-motion signal in human medial cortical regions revealed by wide-view stimulation. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:309
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16. Leonard HC (2016) The impact of poor motor skills on perceptual, social and cognitive development: the case of developmental coordination disorder. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:311
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17. Fernandes VR, Ribeiro MLS, Melo T, Maciel-Pinheiro Pd, Guimarães TT, Araújo NB, Ribeiro S, Deslandes AC (2016) Motor coordination correlates with academic achievement and cognitive function in children. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:318
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18. Yang Y, Yang Y, Chen B, Zhang Y, Bi H (2016) Anomalous cerebellar anatomy in chinese children with dyslexia. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:324
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19. Rock AJ, Coventry WL, Morgan MI, Loi NM (2016) Teaching research methods and statistics in elearning environments: pedagogy, practical examples, and possible futures. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:339
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20. Scharoun SM, Scanlan KA, Bryden PJ (2016) Hand and grasp selection in a preferential reaching task: the effects of object location, orientation, and task intention. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:360
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21. Mai X, Zhang W, Hu X, Zhen Z, Xu Z, Zhang J, Liu C (2016) Using tdcs to explore the role of the right temporo-parietal junction in theory of mind and cognitive empathy. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:380
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22. Einspieler C, Bos AF, Libertus ME, Marschik PB (2016) The general movement assessment helps us to identify preterm infants at risk for cognitive dysfunction. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:406
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23. Michel GF, Campbell JM, Marcinowski EC, Nelson EL, Babik I (2016) Infant hand preference and the development of cognitive abilities. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:410
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24. Karin J (2016) Recontextualizing dance skills: overcoming impediments to motor learning and expressivity in ballet dancers. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:431
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25. Kavanagh LC, Winkielman P (2016) The functionality of spontaneous mimicry and its influences on affiliation: an implicit socialization account. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:458
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26. Libertus K, Violi DA (2016) Sit to talk: relation between motor skills and language development in infancy. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:475
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27. Vaivre-Douret L, Lalanne C, Golse B (2016) Developmental coordination disorder, an umbrella term for motor impairments in children: nature and co-morbid disorders. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:502
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28. Nishiyori R (2016) Fnirs: an emergent method to document functional cortical activity during infant movements. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:533
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29. Miura A, Fujii S, Okano M, Kudo K, Nakazawa K (2016) Finger-to-beat coordination skill of non-dancers, street dancers, and the world champion of a street-dance competition. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:542
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30. Williams JL, Corbetta D (2016) Assessing the impact of movement consequences on the development of early reaching in infancy. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:587
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31. Wiesen SE, Watkins RM, Needham AW (2016) Active motor training has long-term effects on infants’ object exploration. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:599
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32. Spapé MM, Ravaja N (2016) Not my problem: vicarious conflict adaptation with human and virtual co-actors. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:606
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33. Sochat VV, Eisenberg IW, Enkavi AZ, Li J, Bissett PG, Poldrack RA (2016) The experiment factory: standardizing behavioral experiments. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:610
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34. Brown DD, Meulenbroek RGJ (2016) Effects of a fragmented view of one’s partner on interpersonal coordination in dance. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:614
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35. Nakagawa A, Sukigara M, Miyachi T, Nakai A (2016) Relations between temperament, sensory processing, and motor coordination in 3-year-old children. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:623
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36. Carvalho FR, Velasco C, van Ee R, Leboeuf Y, Spence C (2016) Music influences hedonic and taste ratings in beer. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:636
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37. Ryalls BO, Harbourne R, Kelly-Vance L, Wickstrom J, Stergiou N, Kyvelidou A (2016) A perceptual motor intervention improves play behavior in children with moderate to severe cerebral palsy. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:643
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38. De Stefani E, De Marco D, Gentilucci M (2016) Kinematics of a successive motor sequence mimiking the feeding of a conspecific. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:672
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39. McAuliffe A, McGann M (2016) Sampling participants’ experience in laboratory experiments: complementary challenges for more complete data collection. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:674
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40. Shen M, Yin J, Ding X, Shui R, Zhou J (2016) Deployment of attention on handshakes. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:681
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41. R'Kiouak M, Saury J, Durand M, Bourbousson J (2016) Joint action of a pair of rowers in a race: shared experiences of effectiveness are shaped by interpersonal mechanical states. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:720
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42. Focaroli V, Taffoni F, Parsons SM, Keller F, Iverson JM (2016) Performance of motor sequences in children at heightened vs. low risk for asd: a longitudinal study from 18 to 36 months of age. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:724
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43. Contaldo A, Colombi C, Narzisi A, Muratori F (2016) The social effect of “being imitated” in children with autism spectrum disorder. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:726
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44. Ceunen E, Vlaeyen JWS, Van Diest I (2016) On the origin of interoception. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:743
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45. Livingstone SR, Vezer E, McGarry LM, Lang AE, Russo FA (2016) Deficits in the mimicry of facial expressions in parkinson's disease. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:780
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46. Pitchford NJ, Papini C, Outhwaite LA, Gulliford A (2016) Fine motor skills predict maths ability better than they predict reading ability in the early primary school years. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:783
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47. Valk TA, Mouton LJ, Bongers RM (2016) Joint-angle coordination patterns ensure stabilization of a body-plus-tool system in point-to-point movements with a rod. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:826
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48. Papale P, Chiesi L, Rampinini AC, Pietrini P, Ricciardi E (2016) When neuroscience ‘touches’ architecture: from hapticity to a supramodal functioning of the human brain. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:866
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49. Mazzi C, Bagattini C, Savazzi S (2016) Blind-sight vs. degraded-sight: different measures tell a different story. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:901
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50. Vamvakousis Z, Ramirez R (2016) The eyeharp: a gaze-controlled digital musical instrument. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:906
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51. Butz MV (2016) Toward a unified sub-symbolic computational theory of cognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:925
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52. Normand MP (2016) Less is more: psychologists can learn more by studying fewer people. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:934
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53. Wunsch K, Weigelt M (2016) A three-stage model for the acquisition of anticipatory planning skills for grip selection during object manipulation in young children. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:958
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54. Lukasova K, Silva IP, Macedo EC (2016) Impaired oculomotor behavior of children with developmental dyslexia in antisaccades and predictive saccades tasks. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:987
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55. Mackrous I, Proteau L (2016) Visual online control of goal-directed aiming movements in children. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:989
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56. Jaswal S (2016) Editorial: the balanced triad of perception, action, and cognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:991
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57. Asai T, Kanayama N, Imaizumi S, Koyama S, Kaganoi S (2016) Development of embodied sense of self scale (esss): exploring everyday experiences induced by anomalous self-representation. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1005
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58. St. John T, Estes AM, Dager SR, Kostopoulos P, Wolff JJ, Pandey J, Elison JT, Paterson SJ, Schultz RT, Botteron KN, Hazlett HC, Piven J (2016) Emerging executive functioning and motor development in infants at high and low risk for autism spectrum disorder. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1016
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59. Wunsch K, Pfister R, Henning A, Aschersleben G, Weigelt M (2016) No interrelation of motor planning and executive functions across young ages. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1031
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60. García-Pérez MA, Alcalá-Quintana R (2016) The interpretation of scholars' interpretations of confidence intervals: criticism, replication, and extension of hoekstra et al. (2014). Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1042
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61. Rodán A, Contreras J, Elosúa MR, Gimeno P (2016) Experimental but not sex differences of a mental rotation training program on adolescents. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1050
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62. Mair P (2016) Thou shalt be reproducible! a technology perspective. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1079
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63. Salvia E, Süß M, Tivadar R, Harkness S, Grosbras M (2016) Mirror neurons system engagement in late adolescents and adults while viewing emotional gestures. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1099
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64. Petkovic M, Rat-Fischer L, Fagard J (2016) The emergence of tool use in preterm infants. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1104
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65. Bedford R, de Urabain IRS, Cheung CHM, Karmiloff-Smith A, Smith TJ (2016) Toddlers’ fine motor milestone achievement is associated with early touchscreen scrolling. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1108
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66. Dirksen T, de Lussanet MHE, Zentgraf K, Slupinski L, Wagner H (2016) Increased throwing accuracy improves children's catching performance in a ball-catching task from the movement assessment battery (mabc-2). Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1122
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67. Barnhoorn JS, Döhring FR, van Asseldonk EHF, Verwey WB (2016) Similar representations of sequence knowledge in young and older adults: a study of effector independent transfer. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1125
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68. Moreau Q, Candidi M (2016) Commentary: hand and grasp selection in a preferential reaching task: the effects of object location, orientation, and task intention. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1129
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69. Hofmann A, Goebl W (2016) Finger forces in clarinet playing. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1140
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70. Hou LJ, Song Z, Pan Z, Cheng JL, Yu Y, Wang J (2016) Decreased activation of subcortical brain areas in the motor fatigue state: an fmri study. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1154
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71. Minohara R, Wen W, Hamasaki S, Maeda T, Kato M, Yamakawa H, Yamashita A, Asama H (2016) Strength of intentional effort enhances the sense of agency. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1165
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72. Gueugnon M, Salesse RN, Coste A, Zhao Z, Bardy BG, Marin L (2016) Postural coordination during socio-motor improvisation. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1168
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73. Richez A, Olivier G, Coello Y (2016) Stimulus-response compatibility effect in the near-far dimension: a developmental study. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1169
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74. Tran US, Voracek M (2016) Footedness is associated with self-reported sporting performance and motor abilities in the general population. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1199
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75. Speelman CP, McGann M (2016) Editorial: challenges to mean-based analysis in psychology: the contrast between individual people and general science. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1234
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76. Ma-Kellams C (2016) Addendum: cross-cultural differences in somatic awareness and interoceptive accuracy: a review of the literature and directions for future research. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1240
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77. Mathers JF, Grealy MA (2016) The effects of increased body temperature on motor control during golf putting. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1246
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78. Badenes-Ribera L, Frias-Navarro D, Iotti B, Bonilla-Campos A, Longobardi C (2016) Misconceptions of the p-value among chilean and italian academic psychologists. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1247
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79. Piwek L, Ellis DA (2016) Can programming frameworks bring smartphones into the mainstream of psychological science? Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1252
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80. Kalckert A (2016) Commentary: embodying others in immersive virtual reality: electro-cortical signatures of monitoring the errors in the actions of an avatar seen from a first-person perspective. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1260
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81. Moore JW (2016) What is the sense of agency and why does it matter? Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1272
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82. Paquet A, Olliac B, Bouvard M, Golse B, Vaivre-Douret L (2016) The semiology of motor disorders in autism spectrum disorders as highlighted from a standardized neuro-psychomotor assessment. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1292
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83. Gerth S, Klassert A, Dolk T, Fliesser M, Fischer MH, Nottbusch G, Festman J (2016) Is handwriting performance affected by the writing surface? comparing preschoolers’, second graders’ and adults’ writing performance on a tablet versus paper. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1308
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84. Khalighinejad N, Bahrami B, Caspar EA, Haggard P (2016) Social transmission of experience of agency: an experimental study. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1315
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85. Fitzpatrick P, Frazier JA, Cochran DM, Mitchell TV, Coleman C, Schmidt RC (2016) Impairments of social motor synchrony evident in autism spectrum disorder. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1323
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86. Lerche V, Voss A (2016) Model complexity in diffusion modeling: benefits of making the model more parsimonious. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1324
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87. Moutoussis K (2016) The machine behind the stage: a neurobiological approach toward theoretical issues of sensory perception. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1357
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88. Battaglini L, Casco C (2016) Contribution of visuospatial and motion-tracking to invisible motion. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1369
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89. Grandi LC (2016) From sweeping to the caress: similarities and discrepancies between human and non-human primates’ pleasant touch. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1371
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90. Francis G (2016) Implications of “too good to be true” for replication, theoretical claims, and experimental design: an example using prominent studies of racial bias. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1382
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91. Tajadura-Jiménez A, Marquardt T, Swapp D, Kitagawa N, Bianchi-Berthouze N (2016) Action sounds modulate arm reaching movements. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1391
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92. Roberts LD (2016) Editorial: research methods pedagogy: engaging psychology students in research methods and statistics. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1430
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93. Szucs D (2016) A tutorial on hunting statistical significance by chasing n. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1444
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94. Feldman JA (2016) Actionability and simulation: no representation without communication. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1457
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95. Chokron S, Dutton GN (2016) Impact of cerebral visual impairments on motor skills: implications for developmental coordination disorders. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1471
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96. Senn O, Kilchenmann L, von Georgi R, Bullerjahn C (2016) The effect of expert performance microtiming on listeners' experience of groove in swing or funk music. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1487
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97. Osiurak F, Reynaud E, Navarro J, Lesourd M (2016) Commentary: effects of dividing attention on memory for declarative and procedural aspects of tool use. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1488
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98. Demos AP, Lisboa T, Chaffin R (2016) Flexibility of expressive timing in repeated musical performances. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1490
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99. Perezgonzalez JD (2016) Commentary: how bayes factors change scientific practice. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1504
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100. Sevos J, Grosselin A, Brouillet D, Pellet J, Massoubre C (2016) Is there any influence of variations in context on object-affordance effects in schizophrenia? perception of property and goals of action. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1551
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101. Barbosa T, Xiu W, Morais J, Costa M, Pendergast D (2016) Comparison of classical kinematics, entropy and fractal properties as measures of complexity of the motor system in swimming. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1566
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102. Mayor E, Bangerter A (2016) Flexible coordination of stationary and mobile conversations with gaze: resource allocation among multiple joint activities. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1582
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103. Kuling IA, Brenner E, Smeets JBJ (2016) Proprioceptive localization of the hand changes when skin stretch around the elbow is manipulated. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1620
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104. Remigereau C, Roy A, Costini O, Osiurak F, Jarry C, le Gall D (2016) Involvement of technical reasoning more than functional knowledge in development of tool use in childhood. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1625
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105. Pritchard SC, Zopf R, Polito V, Kaplan DM, Kaplan DM, Williams MA (2016) Non-hierarchical influence of visual form, touch, and position cues on embodiment, agency, and presence in virtual reality. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1649
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106. Butler EE, Ward R, Ramsey R (2016) The influence of facial signals on the automatic imitation of hand actions. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1653
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107. Preissmann D, Charbonnier C, Chagué S, Antonietti J, Llobera J, Ansermet F, Magistretti PJ (2016) A motion capture study to measure the feeling of synchrony in romantic couples and in professional musicians. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1673
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108. Tonelli A, Gori M, Brayda L (2016) The influence of tactile cognitive maps on auditory space perception in sighted persons. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1683
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109. Georgiou E, Mai S, Pollatos O (2016) Describe your feelings: body illusion related to alexithymia in adolescence. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1690
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110. Capellini R, Sacchi S, Ricciardelli P, Actis-Grosso R (2016) Social threat and motor resonance: when a menacing outgroup delays motor response. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1697
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111. Pena M, Langus A, Gutierrez C, Huepe D, Nespor M (2016) Rhythm on your lips. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1708
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112. Schuch S (2016) Task inhibition and response inhibition in older vs. younger adults: a diffusion model analysis. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1722
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113. Ellamil M, Berson J, Margulies DS (2016) Influences on and measures of unintentional group synchrony. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1744
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114. Silva S, Castro SL (2016) Moving stimuli facilitate synchronization but not temporal perception. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1798
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115. Xu H, Wang P, Ye Z, Di X, Xu G, Mo L, Lin H, Rao H, Jin H (2016) The role of medial frontal cortex in action anticipation in professional badminton players. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1817
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116. Balkenius C, Gärdenfors P (2016) Spaces in the brain: from neurons to meanings. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1820
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117. Cheron G (2016) How to measure the psychological “flow”? a neuroscience perspective. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1823
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118. Barnes RM, Tobin SJ, Johnston HM, MacKenzie N, Taglang CM (2016) Replication rate, framing, and format affect attitudes and decisions about science claims. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1826
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119. Wicherts JM, Veldkamp CLS, Augusteijn HEM, Bakker M, van Aert RCM, van Assen MALM (2016) Degrees of freedom in planning, running, analyzing, and reporting psychological studies: a checklist to avoid p-hacking. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1832
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120. Wallot S, Roepstorff A, Mønster D (2016) Multidimensional recurrence quantification analysis (mdrqa) for the analysis of multidimensional time-series: a software implementation in matlab and its application to group-level data in joint action. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1835
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121. Foerster RM (2016) Task-irrelevant expectation violations in sequential manual actions: evidence for a “check-after-surprise” mode of visual attention and eye-hand decoupling. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1845
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122. Cui F, Gu R, Zhu X, Luo Y (2016) The temporal dynamics of perceiving other’s painful actions. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1847
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123. Peper CLE, van der Wal SJ, Begeer S (2016) Autism in action: reduced bodily connectedness during social interactions? Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1862
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124. King R (2016) I can't get no (boolean) satisfaction: a reply to barrett et al. (2015). Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1880
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125. Krueger JI, Ullrich J, Chen LJ (2016) Expectations and decisions in the volunteer’s dilemma: effects of social distance and social projection. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1909
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126. Benerink NH, Zaal FTJM, Casanova R, Bonnardel N, Bootsma RJ (2016) Playing ‘pong’ together: emergent coordination in a doubles interception task. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1910
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127. Soylu F (2016) An embodied approach to understanding: making sense of the world through simulated bodily activity. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1914
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128. Faulkenberry TJ, Tummolini L (2016) Commentary: is there any influence of variations in context on object-affordance effects in schizophrenia? perception of property and goals of action. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1915
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129. Ricciardelli P, Bayliss AP, Actis-Grosso R (2016) Editorial: reading faces and bodies: behavioral and neural processes underlying the understanding of, and interaction with, others. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1923
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130. Moon H, Baek J, Seo J (2016) Effect of redundant haptic information on task performance during visuo-tactile task interruption and recovery. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1924
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131. Schmitt LM, Ankeny LD, Sweeney JA, Mosconi MW (2016) Inhibitory control processes and the strategies that support them during hand and eye movements. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1927
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132. Wiemers M, Fischer MH (2016) Effects of hand proximity and movement direction in spatial and temporal gap discrimination. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1930
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