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    1. Rizzolatti, G; Fogassi, L; Gallese, V
      Neurophysiological mechanisms underlying the understanding and imitation of action

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Blakemore, SJ; Decety, J
      From the perception of action to the understanding of intention

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Gusnard, DA; Raichle, ME
      Searching for a baseline: Functional imaging and the resting human brain

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Perani, D; Fazio, F; Borghese, NA; Tettamanti, M; Ferrari, S; Decety, J; Gilardi, MC
      Different brain correlates for watching real and virtual hand actions

      NEUROIMAGE
    5. Hermsdorfer, J; Goldenberg, G; Wachsmuth, C; Conrad, B; Ceballos-Baumann, AO; Bartenstein, P; Schwaiger, M; Boecker, H
      Cortical correlates of gesture processing: Clues to the cerebral mechanisms underlying apraxia during the imitation of meaningless gestures

      NEUROIMAGE
    6. Grezes, J; Fonlupt, P; Bertenthal, B; Delon-Martin, C; Segebarth, C; Decety, J
      Does perception of biological motion rely on specific brain regions?

      NEUROIMAGE
    7. Watanabe, S; Kakigi, R; Puce, A
      Occipitotemporal activity elicited by viewing eye movements: A magnetoencephalographic study

      NEUROIMAGE
    8. Stone, J
      Face recognition: When a nod is better than a wink

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    9. Chaminade, T; Meary, D; Orliaguet, JP; Decety, J
      Is perceptual anticipation a motor simulation? A PET study

      NEUROREPORT
    10. Adolphs, R
      The neurobiology of social cognition

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    11. Wheaton, KJ; Pipingas, A; Silberstein, RB; Puce, A
      Human neural responses elicited to observing the actions of others

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Thomas, SM; Jordan, TR
      Techniques for the production of point-light and fully illuminated video displays from identical recordings

      BEHAVIOR RESEARCH METHODS INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS
    13. Pollick, FE; Fidopiastis, C; Braden, V
      Recognising the style of spatially exaggerated tennis serves

      PERCEPTION
    14. Frank, TD; Daffertshofer, A; Peper, CE; Beek, PJ; Haken, H
      H-theorem for a mean field model describing coupled oscillator systems under external forces

      PHYSICA D
    15. Knoblich, G; Prinz, W
      Recognition of self-generated actions from kinematic displays of drawing

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    16. Loffler, G; Wilson, HR
      Detecting shape deformation of moving patterns

      VISION RESEARCH
    17. Grossman, ED; Blake, R
      Brain activity evoked by inverted and imagined biological motion

      VISION RESEARCH
    18. Downing, PE; Jiang, YH; Shuman, M; Kanwisher, N
      A cortical area selective for visual processing of the human body

      SCIENCE
    19. Wilson, M
      Perceiving imitatible stimuli: Consequences of isomorphism between input and output

      PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    20. Verfaillie, K; De Graef, P
      Keeping a transsaccadic record of objects: Introduction to a special issueon object perception across saccadic eye movements

      PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA
    21. De Graef, P; Verfaillie, K; Lamote, C
      Transsaccadic coding of object position: Effects of saccadic status and allocentric reference frame

      PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA
    22. Pollatsek, A; Rayner, K
      The information that is combined across fixations may be different for static and moving objects

      PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA
    23. Verfaillie, K; De Graef, P; Germeys, F; Gysen, V; Van Eccelpoel, C
      Selective transsaccadic coding of object and event-diagnostic information

      PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA
    24. Arterberry, ME; Bornstein, MH
      Three-month-old infants' categorization of animals and vehicles based on static and dynamic attributes

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    25. Bingham, GP; Zaal, FTJM; Shull, JA; Collins, DR
      The effect of frequency on the visual perception of relative phase and phase variability of two oscillating objects

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    26. Pollick, FE; Paterson, HM; Bruderlin, A; Sanford, AJ
      Perceiving affect from arm movement

      COGNITION
    27. Cavanagh, P; Labianca, AT; Thornton, IM
      Attention-based visual routines: sprites

      COGNITION
    28. Schmuckler, MA; Fairhall, JL
      Visual-proprioceptive intermodal perception using point light displays

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    29. Sumi, S
      Perception of point-light walker produced by eight lights attached to the back of the walker

      SWISS JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    30. Allison, T; Puce, A; McCarthy, G
      Social perception from visual cues: role of the STS region

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    31. Castelli, F; Happe, F; Frith, U; Frith, C
      Movement and mind: A functional imaging study of perception and interpretation of complex intentional movement patterns

      NEUROIMAGE
    32. Shipley, TF; Cohen, LR
      Affordances for coordinated action in point-light walker displays

      ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    33. Stoffregen, TA
      Affordances and events: Theory and research

      ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    34. Hill, H; Pollick, FE
      Exaggerating temporal differences enhances recognition of individuals frompoint light displays

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    35. Boyer, P
      Natural epistemology or evolved metaphysics? Developmental evidence for early-developed, intuitive, category-specific, incomplete, and stubborn metaphysical presumptions

      PHILOSOPHICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    36. Post, AA; Peper, CE; Daffertshofer, A; Beek, PJ
      Relative phase dynamics in perturbed interlimb coordination: stability andstochasticity

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    37. Monno, A; Chardenon, A; Temprado, JJ; Zanone, PG; Laurent, M
      Effects of attention on phase transitions between bimanual coordination patterns: a behavioral and cost analysis in humans

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    38. Tremoulet, PD; Feldman, J
      Perception of animacy from the motion of a single object

      PERCEPTION
    39. Verfaillie, K
      Perceiving human locomotion: Priming effects in direction discrimination

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    40. Yamamoto, Y; Gohara, K
      Continuous hitting movements modeled from the perspective of dynamical systems with temporal input

      HUMAN MOVEMENT SCIENCE
    41. Verfaillie, K; De Graef, P
      Transsaccadic memory for position and orientation of saccade source and target

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    42. Zaal, FTJM; Bingham, GP; Schmidt, RC
      Visual perception of mean relative phase and phase variability

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    43. Runeson, S; Juslin, P; Olsson, H
      Visual perception of dynamic properties: Cue heuristics versus direct-perceptual competence

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    44. Kandel, S; Orliaguet, JP; Viviani, P
      Perceptual anticipation in handwriting: The role of implicit motor competence

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    45. Cowey, A; Vaina, LM
      Blindness to form from motion despite intact static form perception and motion detection

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    46. Chella, A; Frixione, M; Gaglio, S
      Understanding dynamic scenes

      ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    47. Decety, J; Grezes, J
      Neural mechanisms subserving the perception of human actions

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    48. Daems, A; Verfaillie, K
      Viewpoint-dependent priming effects in the perception of human actions andbody postures

      VISUAL COGNITION
    49. Lorenceau, J; Shiffrar, M
      The linkage of visual motion signals

      VISUAL COGNITION
    50. Chao, LL; Haxby, JV; Martin, A
      Attribute-based neural substrates in temporal cortex for perceiving and knowing about objects

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    51. McCarthy, G; Puce, A; Belger, A; Allison, T
      Electrophysiological studies of human face perception. II: Response properties of face-specific potentials generated in occipitotemporal cortex

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    52. Chao, LL; Martin, A; Haxby, JV
      Are face-responsive regions selective only for faces?

      NEUROREPORT
    53. Stevenage, SV; Nixon, MS; Vince, K
      Visual analysis of gait as a cue to identity

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    54. Kourtzi, Z; Shiffrar, M
      Dynamic representations of human body movement

      PERCEPTION
    55. Lea, SEG; Dittrich, WH
      What do birds see in moving video images?

      CAHIERS DE PSYCHOLOGIE COGNITIVE-CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY OF COGNITION
    56. Peper, CE; Beek, PJ
      Modeling rhythmic interlimb coordination: The roles of movement amplitude and time delays

      HUMAN MOVEMENT SCIENCE
    57. Frank, TD; Daffertshofer, A; Beek, PJ; Haken, H
      Impacts of noise on a field theoretical model of the human brain

      PHYSICA D
    58. Wulf, G; McNevin, N; Shea, CH; Wright, DL
      Learning phenomena: Future challenges for the dynamical systems approach to understanding the learning of complex motor skills

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT PSYCHOLOGY
    59. Schmidt, RC; O'Brien, B; Sysko, R
      Self-organization of between-persons cooperative tasks and possible applications to sport

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT PSYCHOLOGY
    60. Stone, JV
      Object recognition: view-specificity and motion-specificity

      VISION RESEARCH
    61. Grossman, ED; Blake, R
      Perception of coherent motion, biological motion and form-from-motion under dim-light conditions

      VISION RESEARCH
    62. Bingham, GP; Schmidt, RC; Zaal, FTJM
      Visual perception of the relative phasing of human limb movements

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    63. Frego, RJD
      Effects of aural and visual conditions on response to perceived artistic tension in music and dance

      JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN MUSIC EDUCATION
    64. Hirashima, S
      Recognition on the gender of point-light walkers moving in different directions

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    65. Pinto, J; Shiffrar, M
      Subconfigurations of the human form in the perception of biological motiondisplays

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    66. Decety, J
      The perception of actions: Its putative effect on neural plasticity

      NEURONAL PLASTICITY: BUILDING A BRIDGE FROM THE LABORATORY TO THE CLINIC
    67. BULTHOFF I; BULTHOFF H; SINHA P
      TOP-DOWN INFLUENCES ON STEREOSCOPIC DEPTH-PERCEPTION

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    68. JIRSA VK; FUCHS A; KELSO JAS
      CONNECTING CORTICAL AND BEHAVIORAL DYNAMICS - BIMANUAL COORDINATION

      Neural computation
    69. PEPER CLE; BEEK PJ
      ARE FREQUENCY-INDUCED TRANSITIONS IN RHYTHMIC COORDINATION MEDIATED BY A DROP IN AMPLITUDE

      Biological cybernetics
    70. PUCE A; ALLISON T; BENTIN S; GORE JC; MCCARTHY G
      TEMPORAL CORTEX ACTIVATION IN HUMANS VIEWING EYE AND MOUTH MOVEMENTS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    71. Thornton, IM; Pinto, J; Shiffrar, M
      The visual perception of human locomotion

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    72. SCHMIDT RC; BIENVENU M; FITZPATRICK PA; AMAZEEN PG
      A COMPARISON OF INTRAPERSONAL AND INTERPERSONAL INTERLIMB COORDINATION - COORDINATION BREAKDOWNS AND COUPLING STRENGTH

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    73. MICHAELS CF; DEVRIES MM
      HIGHER-ORDER AND LOWER ORDER VARIABLES IN THE VISUAL-PERCEPTION OF RELATIVE PULLING FORCE

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    74. STONE JV
      OBJECT RECOGNITION USING SPATIOTEMPORAL SIGNATURES

      Vision research
    75. DITTRICH WH; LEA SEG; BARRETT J; GURR PR
      CATEGORIZATION OF NATURAL MOVEMENTS BY PIGEONS - VISUAL CONCEPT DISCRIMINATION AND BIOLOGICAL MOTION

      Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior
    76. PEPER CE; BEEK PJ
      DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN THE EFFECTS OF FREQUENCY AND AMPLITUDE ON INTERLIMB COUPLING IN TAPPING A 2 3 POLYRHYTHM/

      Experimental Brain Research
    77. GREGSON RAM
      CONFUSING ROTATION-LIKE OPERATIONS IN SPACE, MIND AND BRAIN

      British journal of mathematical & statistical psychology
    78. OLOFSSON U; NYBERG L; NILSSON LG
      PRIMING AND RECOGNITION OF HUMAN MOTION PATTERNS

      Visual cognition
    79. BUCHANAN JJ; KELSO JAS; DEGUZMAN GC
      SELF-ORGANIZATION OF TRAJECTORY FORMATION .1. EXPERIMENTAL-EVIDENCE

      Biological cybernetics
    80. MOORE DG; HOBSON RP; LEE A
      COMPONENTS OF PERSON PERCEPTION - AN INVESTIGATION WITH AUTISTIC, NON-AUTISTIC RETARDED AND TYPICALLY DEVELOPING-CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

      British journal of developmental psychology
    81. BUCHANAN JJ; KELSO JAS; DEGUZMAN GC; DING M
      THE SPONTANEOUS RECRUITMENT AND SUPPRESSION OF DEGREES OF FREEDOM IN RHYTHMIC HAND MOVEMENTS

      Human movement science
    82. ZANONE PG; KELSO JAS
      COORDINATION DYNAMICS OF LEARNING AND TRANSFER - COLLECTIVE AND COMPONENT LEVELS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    83. VIVIANI P; BAUDBOVY G; REDOLFI M
      PERCEIVING AND TRACKING KINESTHETIC STIMULI - FURTHER EVIDENCE OF MOTOR-PERCEPTUAL INTERACTIONS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    84. BERNSTEIN LJ; COOPER LA
      DIRECTION OF MOTION INFLUENCES PERCEPTUAL IDENTIFICATION OF AMBIGUOUSFIGURES

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    85. PELLECCHIA GL; GARRETT GE
      ASSESSING LUMBAR STABILIZATION FROM POINT-LIGHT AND NORMAL VIDEO DISPLAYS OF MANUAL LIFTING

      Perceptual and motor skills
    86. SCHENK T; ZIHL J
      VISUAL-MOTION PERCEPTION AFTER BRAIN-DAMAGE .2. DEFICITS IN FORM-FROM-MOTION PERCEPTION

      Neuropsychologia
    87. DECETY J; GREZES J; COSTES N; PERANI D; JEANNEROD M; PROCYK E; GRASSI F; FAZIO F
      BRAIN ACTIVITY DURING OBSERVATION OF ACTIONS - INFLUENCE OF ACTION CONTENT AND SUBJECTS STRATEGY

      Brain
    88. CAMPBELL R; ZIHL J; MASSARO D; MUNHALL K; COHEN MM
      SPEECHREADING IN THE AKINETOPSIC PATIENT, L.M

      Brain
    89. MCLEOD P; DITTRICH W; DRIVER J; PERRETT D; ZIHL J
      PRESERVED AND IMPAIRED DETECTION OF STRUCTURE-FROM-MOTION BY A MOTION-BLIND PATIENT

      Visual cognition
    90. HOWARD RJ; BRAMMER M; WRIGHT I; WOODRUFF PW; BULLMORE ET; ZEKI S
      A DIRECT DEMONSTRATION OF FUNCTIONAL SPECIALIZATION WITHIN MOTION-RELATED VISUAL AND AUDITORY-CORTEX OF THE HUMAN BRAIN

      Current biology
    91. BUCHANAN JJ; KELSO JAS; FUCHS A
      COORDINATION DYNAMICS OF TRAJECTORY FORMATION

      Biological cybernetics
    92. LEE TD; BLANDIN Y; PROTEAU L
      EFFECTS OF TASK INSTRUCTIONS AND OSCILLATION FREQUENCY ON BIMANUAL COORDINATION

      Psychological research
    93. DITTRICH WH; TROSCIANKO T; LEA SEG; MORGAN D
      PERCEPTION OF EMOTION FROM DYNAMIC POINT-LIGHT DISPLAYS REPRESENTED IN DANCE

      Perception
    94. GEESAMAN BJ; ANDERSEN RA
      THE ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX MOTION PATTERNS BY FORM CUE INVARIANT MSTD NEURONS/

      The Journal of neuroscience
    95. BONDA E; PETRIDES M; OSTRY D; EVANS A
      SPECIFIC INVOLVEMENT OF HUMAN PARIETAL SYSTEMS AND THE AMYGDALA IN THE PERCEPTION OF BIOLOGICAL MOTION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    96. WUYTS IJ; SUMMERS JJ; CARSON RG; BYBLOW WD; SEMJEN A
      ATTENTION AS A MEDIATING VARIABLE IN THE DYNAMICS OF BIMANUAL COORDINATION

      Human movement science
    97. AMAZEEN EL; STERNAD D; TURVEY MT
      PREDICTING THE NONLINEAR SHIFT OF STABLE EQUILIBRIA IN INTERLIMB RHYTHMIC COORDINATION

      Human movement science
    98. BEEK PJ; RIKKERT WEI; VANWIERINGEN PCW
      LIMIT-CYCLE PROPERTIES OF RHYTHMIC FOREARM MOVEMENTS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    99. ROSENBLUM LD; JOHNSON JA; SALDANA HM
      POINT-LIGHT FACIAL DISPLAYS ENHANCE COMPREHENSION OF SPEECH IN NOISE

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    100. STERNAD D; AMAZEEN EL; TURVEY MT
      DIFFUSIVE, SYNAPTIC, AND SYNERGETIC COUPLING - AN EVALUATION THROUGH IN-PHASE AND ANTIPHASE RHYTHMIC MOVEMENTS

      Journal of motor behavior


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