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    Age-Related Changes in Sensorimotor Temporal Binding 

    Vercillo, Tiziana; Carrasco, Carlos; Jiang, Fang (2017)
    The causal relationship between a voluntary movement and a sensory event is crucial for experiencing agency. Sensory events must occur within a certain delay from a voluntary movement to be perceived as self-generated. ...
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    Selectivity of Face Aftereffects for Expressions and Anti-Expressions 

    Juricevic, Igor; Webster, Michael (2012)
    Adapting to a facial expression can alter the perceived expression of subsequently viewed faces. However, it remains unclear whether this adaptation affects each expression independently or transfers from one expression ...
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    Selectivity of Face Distortion Aftereffects for Differences in Expression or Gender 

    Tillman, Megan; Webster, Michael (2012)
    The perceived configuration of a face can be strongly biased by prior adaptation to a face with a distorted configuration. These aftereffects have been found to be weaker when the adapt and test faces differ along a number ...