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Agostini, B., Papeo, L., Galusca, C., & Lingnau, A. (2018). A norming study of high-quality video clips of pantomimes, emblems and meaningless gestures. Behavior Research Methods.

 2018

*Ariani, G., Oosterhof, N.N., & Lingnau, A. (2018). Time-resolved decoding of planned delayed and immediate prehension movements. Cortex, 99, 330-345.

Hauswald, A., Tucciarelli, R. & Lingnau, A. (2018). MEG adaptation reveals action representations in posterior occipitotemporal regions. Cortex, 103, 266-276.

 2017

Wurm, M.F., Caramazza, A., & Lingnau, A. (2017). Action categories in lateral occipitotemporal cortex are organized along sociality and transitivity. Journal of Neuroscience, 1717–1716.

Fairhall, S.L., Schwarzbach, J., Lingnau, A., Van Koningsbruggen, M.G., & Melcher, D. (2017). Spatiotopic Updating Across Saccades Revealed by Spatially-Specific fMRI Adaptation. NeuroImage, 147, 339-345.

Gertz, H., Lingnau, A., & Fiehler, K. (2017). Decoding Movement Goals from the Fronto-Parietal Reach Network. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2017.00084.

 2016

Fang, Y., Chen, Q., Lingnau, A., Han, Z., & Bi, Y. (2016). Areas recruited during action understanding are not modulated by auditory or sign language experience. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2016.00094.

Turella, L., *Tucciarelli, R., Oosterhof, N.N., Weisz, N., Rumiati, R., & Lingnau, A. (2016). Beta band modulations underlie action representations for movement planning. NeuroImage, 136, 197-207.

 2015

Papeo, L. & Lingnau, A. (2015). First-person and third-person verbs in visual motion-perception regions. Brain & Language, 141, 135-141.

Ambron, E., Lingnau, A., Lunardelli, A., Pesavento, V., & Rumiati, R. I. (2015). The effects of goals and vision on movements: A case study of optic ataxia and limb apraxia. Brain & Cognition, 95, 77-89.

Lingnau, A., & Downing, P. (2015). The lateral occipito-temporal cortex in action. Trends in Cognitive Sciences (Review), 19(5), 268-277.

Wurm, M.F., & Lingnau, A. (2015). Decoding actions at different levels of abstraction. Journal of Neuroscience, 35, 7727-7735.

Wurm, M.F., *Ariani, G., Greenlee, M., & Lingnau, A. (2015). Decoding concrete and abstract action representations during explicit and implicit conceptual processing. Cerebral Cortex, doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhv169.

*Ariani, G., Wurm, M.F., & Lingnau, A. (2015). Decoding Internally- and Externally-Driven Movement Plans. Journal of Neuroscience, 35, 14160-14171.

*Tucciarelli, R., Turella, L., Oosterhof, N.N., Weisz, N., & Lingnau, A. (2015). MEG Multivariate Analysis Reveals Early Abstract Action Representations in the Lateral Occipitotemporal Cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 35, 16034-16045.

 2014

Lingnau, A., Strnad, L., He, C., *Fabbri, S., Han, Z., Bi, Y., & Caramazza, A. (2014). Cross-modal plasticity preserves functional specialization in posterior parietal cortex. Cerebral Cortex, 24 (2), 541-549. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhs340.

Papeo, L., Lingnau, A., Agosto, S., Pascual-Leone, A. Battelli, L., & Caramazza, A. (2014). On the relationship between semantic processing and fronto-central motor activity. Cerebral Cortex, doi: 10.1093/cercor/bht423.

Lingnau, A., Albrecht, T., Schwarzbach, J., & Vorberg, D. (2014). Visual search without central vision – no single pseudofovea location is best. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 7(2), 1-14.

*Fabbri, S., Strnad, L., Caramazza, A., & Lingnau, A. (2014). Overlapping representations for grip type and reach direction. NeuroImage, 94, 138-146.

Lingnau, A., & Caramazza, A. (2014). The origin and function of mirror neurons: the missing link. Behavioral and Brain Sciences (Commentary), 37, 209-210.

Caramazza, A., Anzelotti, S., Strnad, L., & Lingnau, A. (2014). Embodied cognition and mirror neurons: a critical assessment. Annual Review of Neuroscience, 37, 1-15.

Cicerale, A., Ambron, E., Lingnau, A., & Rumiati, R.I. (2014). Age-related changes in grasping to use and grasping to move common objects – a kinematic analysis. Acta Psychologica, 151, 134-142.

Turella, L., & Lingnau, A. (2014). Neural Correlates of Grasping – A Mini-Review. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, 1-8.

 2013

*Kaunitz, L., *Fracasso, A., Lingnau, A., & Melcher, D. (2013). Non-conscious processing of motion coherence can boost conscious access. Plos One, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0060787.

Turella, L., Wurm, M., *Tucciarelli, R., & Lingnau, A. (2013). Expertise in action observation: recent neuroimaging findings and future perspectives. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00637.

 2012

*Fabbri, S., Caramazza, A., & Lingnau, A. (2012). Sensitivity for movement amplitude in directionally tuned neuronal populations. Journal of Neurophysiology, 107, 1845-1856.

Lingnau, A., & *Petris, S. (2012). Action understanding inside and outside the motor system: the role of task difficulty. Cerebral Cortex, doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhs112.

Tamè, L., Braun, C., Farnè, A., Lingnau, A., Schwarzbach, J., Demarchi, J., Hegner, Y. L., & Pavani, F. (2012). The contribution of primary and secondary somatosensory cortices in the differentiation of body parts and body side: an fMRI adaptation study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, ISSN 0898-929X, doi: 10.1162/jocn_a_00272.

 2005-2011

Lingnau, A. & Vorberg, D. (2005). The time course of response inhibition in masked priming. Perception & Psychophysics, 67, 545-557.

*Grocholewski, A., Heinrichs, N. & Lingnau, A. (2007) Selective visual attention in the facial area in individuals planning cosmetic medical treatment. Zeitschrift für Klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie, 36, 57-66.

Ashida, H., Lingnau, A., Wall, M. B., & Smith, A. T. (2007). fMRI adaptation reveals separate mechanisms for first- and second-order motion. Journal of Neurophysiology, 97, 1319-1325.

Lingnau, A., Schwarzbach, J. & Vorberg, D. (2008). Adaptive strategies for reading with a forced retinal location. Journal of Vision, 8, 1-18.

Wall, M.B., Lingnau, A., Ashida, H., & Smith, A.T. (2008). Selective visual responses to expansion and rotation in the human MT complex revealed by fMRI adaptation. European Journal of Neuroscience, 27, 2747-2757.

Lingnau, A., Gesierich, B., Caramazza, A. & (2009). Asymmetric fMRI Adaptation Reveals No Evidence for Mirror Neurons in Humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 106, 9925-9930.

Lingnau, A., Ashida, H., Wall, M.B., Smith, A.T. (2009). Speed encoding at high contrast in human V1 and MT. Journal of Vision, 9, 1-14.

Lingnau, A., Schwarzbach, J., & Vorberg, D. (2010). (Un-) Coupling gaze and attention outside central vision. Journal of Vision, 10, 1-13.

*Fabbri, S., Caramazza, A., & Lingnau, A. (2010). Tuning Curves for Movement Direction in the Human Visuomotor System. Journal of Neuroscience, 30, 13488-13498.

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