Current affiliation: Uniwersytet im Adama Mickiewicza w PoznaniuSubject: PsychologyPrimary location: Poland
Published in:NeuropsychologiaPublication date:2008-01-01
Published in:PerceptionPublication date:2003-10-01
Published in:PerceptionPublication date:2008-03-01
Published in:Brain ResearchPublication date:2006-03-01
The most compelling results showing perception-action dissociation.
Published in:Experimental Brain ResearchPublication date:2009-12-06
Published in:European Journal of NeurosciencePublication date:2015-04-10
This paper shows that the structure of the brain, as measured for the insular cortex, and the functional laterality of gesture, but also language, ...
Published in:NeuropsychologiaPublication date:2011-06-01
One of the first fMRI studies showing clear links between the lateralization of language and gesture. Here, the links were shown in left-handers, i...
Published in:Journal of NeurophysiologyPublication date:2008-08-27
We tested sensitivity of different dorsal (action) stream areas to repeated grasping movements, and repeated target objects. Anterior intraparietal...
Published in:Journal of Neuroscience and NeuroengineeringPublication date:2013-06-01
Published in:Archives of AcousticsPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:Journal of Motor BehaviorPublication date:2011-07-01
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) was used to interfere with motor planning in a load-bearing task. Participants had less control over their ...
Published in:Journal of NeurophysiologyPublication date:2007-01-03
Real and simulated pantomimed grasping (and reaching) are compared. This project showed that the less rehearsed actions are mediated by the right h...
Published in:Ergonomics Design & Mgmt. Theory & ApplicationsPublication date:2012-10-29
Published in:Cerebral CortexPublication date:2009-01-30
Published in:Experimental Brain ResearchPublication date:2006-05-30
Published in:Progress in Brain ResearchPublication date:2005-01-01
Published in:Frontiers in PsychologyPublication date:2015-08-07
The representations of (and the relationships between) the first (L1) and second (L2) language are studied in a very simple paradigm. When one of t...
Published in:Experimental Brain ResearchPublication date:2014-02-22
Published in:Frontiers in PsychologyPublication date:2014-05-27
This paper is about processing of different kinds of gestures, including the most common (communicative, or intransitive), tool-use gestures (trans...
Published in:Frontiers in Human NeurosciencePublication date:2015-03-27
Left-handers categorize tools and non-tool objects in their right or left visual field, or centrally presented objects are primed by stimuli the th...
Published in:Experimental Brain ResearchPublication date:2004-06-25
Published in:PeerJPublication date:2015-12-22
The outcomes from 9 open-source tests were assessed, the tests themselves were briefly described, and the results discussed from a few perspectives.
Published in:Frontiers in Human NeurosciencePublication date:2016-01-05
We studied how your brain controls grasping movements when vision is not available, and you remember objects only from actively touching them a few...
Published in:NeuropsychologiaPublication date:2016-03-01
We assessed laterality of skilled actions (praxis) with fMRI in left-handed individuals, and then compared it with right-handers.
Published in:Scientific ReportsPublication date:2016-08-16
Published in:Journal of the International Neuropsychological SocietyPublication date:2017-02-01