Publications

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Preprints and under review

  • Brewer, R., Trevisan, D., Biotti, F., Catmur, C., Press, C., & Bird, G. Atypical emotional facial expressions in Autism Spectrum Disorder: The role of alexithymia.
  • Thomas, E., Yon, D., de Lange, F.P., & Press, C. Action enhances predicted touch. Link

Published

  • Yon, D., Bunce, C., & Press, C. (2020). Illusions of control without delusions of grandeur. Cognition. Link
  • Yon, D., Heyes, C., & Press, C. (2020). Beliefs and desires in the predictive brain. Nature Communications. Link
  • Yon, D., Zainzinger, V., de Lange, F.P., Eimer, M., & Press., C. (2020). Action biases perceptual decisions towards expected outcomes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. Link
  • Edey, R., Yon, D., Dumontheil, I., & Press, C. (2020).  Association between action kinematics and emotion perception across adolescence. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. pdf
  • Press, C., Kok, P., & Yon, D. (2020). Learning to perceive and perceiving to learn. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. pdf
  • Press, C., Kok, P., & Yon, D. (2020). The perceptual prediction paradox. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. pdf
  • Press, C., & Yon, D. (2019). Perceptual prediction: Rapidly making sense of a noisy world. Current Biology. pdf
  • Chard, J., Edey, R., Yon, D., Murphy, J., Bird, G., & Press, C. (2019). Atypical emotion recognition from bodies is associated with perceptual difficulties in healthy aging. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. pdf
  • Edey, R., Cook, J., Brewer, R., Bird, G., & Press, C. (2019). Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder are sensitive to the kinematic features defining natural human motion. Autism Research. pdf
  • Yon, D., de Lange, F.P., & Press, C. (2019). The predictive brain as a stubborn scientist. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. pdf
  • Yon, D., Gilbert, S.J., de Lange, F.P., & Press, C. (2018). Action sharpens sensory representations of expected outcomes. Nature Communications. Link
  • Edey, R., Brewer, R., Bird, G., & Press, C. (2018). Typical auditory-motor and enhanced visual-motor temporal synchronization in adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.pdf
  • Yon, D. & Press, C. (2018). Sensory predictions during action support perception of imitative reactions across suprasecond delays. Cognition. pdf
  • Coll, M.-P., Press, C., Hobson, H., Catmur, C., & Bird, G. (2017). Crossmodal classification of mu rhythm activity during action observation and execution suggests specificity to somatosensory features of actions. Journal of Neuroscience, 37, 5936-5947. pdf
  • Edey, R., Yon, D., Cook, J., Dumontheil, I., & Press, C. (2017). Our own action kinematics predict the perceived affective state of others. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. pdf
  • Yon, D., Edey, R., Ivry, R.B., & Press, C. (2017). Time on your hands: Perceived duration of sensory events is biased towards concurrent actions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 46, 182-193. pdf
  • Yon, D., & Press, C. Predicted action consequences are perceptually facilitated before cancellation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. pdf
  • Brewer, R., Biotti, F., Catmur, C., Press, C., Happe, F., Cook, R., & Bird, G. (2016). Can neurotypical individuals read autistic facial expressions? Atypical production of emotional facial expressions in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Autism Research, 9, 262-271. pdf
  • Catmur, C., Press, C., & Heyes, C. (2016). Mirror neurons from associative learning. In: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Learning (Wiley-Blackwell Handbook). Murphy, R., & Honey, R. (eds). pdf
  • Edey, R., Cook, J., Brewer, R., Johnson, M., Bird, G., & Press, C. (2016). Interaction takes two: Typical adults exhibit mind-blindness towards those with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 125, 879-885. pdf
  • Press, C. (2016). Biological tuning of mirror mechanisms: Evidence and functional implications. In: Shared Representations: Sensorimotor Foundations of Social Life (Cambridge University Press Social Neuroscience series). Obhi, S., & Cross, E. (eds). pdf
  • Coll, M.-P., Bird, G., Catmur, C., & Press, C. (2015). Crossmodal repetition effects in the mu rhythm indicate tactile mirroring during action observation. Cortex, 63, 121-131. pdf
  • Hogeveen, J., Obhi, S.S., Banissy, M.J., Santiesteban, I., Press, C., Catmur, C., & Bird, G. (2015). Task-dependent and distinct roles of the temporoparietal junction and inferior frontal cortex in the control of imitation. Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 10, 1003-1009. pdf
  • Press, C., & Cook, R. (2015). Beyond action-specific simulation: Domain-general motor contributions to perception. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 19, 176-178. pdf
  • Catmur, C., Press, C.,Cook., R., Bird, G., & Heyes, C. (2014). Mirror neurons: Tests and testability. Author response. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 37, 221-241. pdf
  • Cook, R., Bird, G., Catmur, C., Press, C.,& Heyes, C. (2014). Mirror neurons: From origin to function. Target article. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 37, 177-192. pdf
  • Cook, R., Gaule, A., Aichelberg, C., & Press, C. (2014). Motor contributions to the perception of relative phase. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 40, 1763-1768. pdf
  • Press, C., Berlot, E., Bird, G., Ivry, R., & Cook, R. (2014). Moving time: The influence of action on duration perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143, 1787-1793. pdf
  • Yon, D., & Press, C. (2014). Back to the future: Synaesthesia could be due to associative learning. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 702.link
  • Cook, J., Blakemore, S.-J., & Press, C. (2013). Atypical basic movement kinematics in autism spectrum conditions. Brain, 136, 2816-2824 pdf
  • Haffey, A., Press, C., O'Connell, G., & Chakrabarti, B. (2013). Autistic traits modulate mimicry of social but not non-social rewards. Autism Research, 6, 614-620. pdf
  • Press., C., & Kilner, J. (2013). The timecourse of eye movements during action observation reflects sequence learning. Neuroreport, 24, 822-826. pdf
  • Press, C., Weiskopf, N., & Kilner, J.M. (2012). Dissociable roles of human inferior frontal gyrus during action execution and observation. Neuroimage, 60, 1671-1677. pdf
  • Press, C., Catmur, C., Cook, R., Widmann, H., Heyes, C., & Bird, G. (2012). fMRI Evidence of ‘Mirror’ Responses to Geometric Shapes. PLOS ONE. link
  • Bird, G., Press, C., & Richardson, D. (2011). The role of alexithymia in reduced eye-fixation in Autism Spectrum Conditions. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 41, 1556-1564. pdf
  • Press, C. (2011). Action observation and robotic agents: Learning and anthropomorphism. Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews, 35, 1410-1418. pdf
  • Press, C., Cook, J., Blakemore, S.-J., & Kilner, J. (2011). Dynamic modulation of human motor activity when observing actions. Journal of Neuroscience, 31, 2792-2800.pdf
  • Press, C., Heyes, C., & Kilner, J. (2011). Learning to understand others' actions. Biology Letters, 7, 457-460. pdf
  • Cook, R., Press, C., Dickinson, A., & Heyes, C. (2010). Acquisition of automatic imitation is sensitive to sensorimotor contingency. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 36, 840-852. pdf
  • Flach, R., Press, C., Badets, A., & Heyes, C. (2010). Shaking hands: Priming by social action effects. British Journal of Psychology, 101, 739-749. pdf
  • Press, C., Gherri, E., Heyes, C., & Eimer, M. (2010). Action preparation helps and hinders perception of action. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22, 2198-2211. pdf
  • Press, C., Richardson, D., & Bird, G. (2010). Intact imitation of emotional facial actions in autism spectrum conditions. Neuropsychologia, 48, 3291-3297. pdf
  • Eimer, M., Kiss, M., Press, C., & Sauter, D. (2009). The role of feature-specific task set and bottom-up salience in attentional capture: An ERP study. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 35, 1316-1328. pdf
  • Press, C., Ray, E., & Heyes, C. (2009). Imitation of lateralised body movements: Doing it the hard way. Laterality, 14, 515-527. pdf
  • Press, C., Bird, G., Walsh, E., & Heyes, C. (2008). Automatic imitation of intransitive actions. Brain and Cognition, 67, 44-50. pdf
  • Press, C., & Heyes, C. (2008). Stimulus-driven selection of routes to imitation. Experimental Brain Research, 188, 147-152. pdf
  • Press, C., Heyes, C., Haggard, P., & Eimer, M. (2008). Visuotactile learning and body representation: An ERP study with rubber hands and rubber objects. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 20, 312-323. pdf
  • Bird, G., Leighton, J., Press, C., & Heyes, C. (2007). Intact automatic imitation of human and robot actions in autism spectrum disorders. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 274, 3027-3031. pdf
  • Eimer, M., van Velzen, J., Gherri, E., & Press, C. (2007). ERP correlates of shared control mechanisms involved in saccade preparation and in covert attention. Brain Research, 1135, 154-166. pdf
  • Press, C., Gillmeister, H., & Heyes, C. (2007). Sensorimotor experience enhances automatic imitation of robotic action. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 274, 2639-2644. pdf
  • Eimer, M., Van Velzen, J., Gherri, E., & Press, C. (2006). Manual response preparation and saccade programming are linked to attention shifts: ERP evidence for covert attentional orienting and spatially specific modulations of visual processing. Brain Research, 1105, 7-19. pdf
  • Haggard, P., Kitadono, K., Press, C., & Taylor-Clarke, M. (2006). The brain's fingers and hands. Experimental Brain Research, 172, 94-102. pdf
  • Press, C., Gillmeister, H., & Heyes, C. (2006). Bottom-up, not top-down, modulation of imitation by human and robotic models. European Journal of Neuroscience, 24, 2415-2419. pdf
  • Thomas, R., Press, C., & Haggard, P. (2006). Shared representations in body perception. Acta Psychologica, 121, 317-330. pdf
  • Press, C., Bird, G., Flach, R., & Heyes, C. (2005). Robotic movement elicits automatic imitation. Cognitive Brain Research, 25, 632-640. pdf
  • Press, C., Bird, G., Flach, R., & Heyes, C. (2005). Human and robotic action observation elicit automatic imitation. AISB 2005: Social intelligence and interaction in animals, robots and agents. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts, 105-108. pdf
  • Press, C., Taylor-Clarke, M., Kennett, S., & Haggard, P. (2004). Visual enhancement of touch in spatial body representation. Experimental Brain Research, 154, 238-245. pdf