Jim Parkinson

Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, London, England, United Kingdom 
vision, action, motor cognition, action-perception link, biological motion, prediction, action simulation
"Jim Parkinson"
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Parkinson J, Haggard P. (2015) Choosing to Stop: Responses Evoked by Externally Triggered and Internally Generated Inhibition Identify a Neural Mechanism of Will. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27: 1948-56
Parkinson J, Haggard P. (2014) Subliminal priming of intentional inhibition. Cognition. 130: 255-65
Parkinson J, Haggard P. (2013) Hedonic value of intentional action provides reinforcement for voluntary generation but not voluntary inhibition of action. Consciousness and Cognition. 22: 1253-61
Springer A, Parkinson J, Prinz W. (2013) Action simulation: time course and representational mechanisms. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 387
Cross ES, Stadler W, Parkinson J, et al. (2013) The influence of visual training on predicting complex action sequences. Human Brain Mapping. 34: 467-86
Wöllner C, Deconinck FJ, Parkinson J, et al. (2012) The perception of prototypical motion: synchronization is enhanced with quantitatively morphed gestures of musical conductors. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 38: 1390-403
Stadler W, Springer A, Parkinson J, et al. (2012) Movement kinematics affect action prediction: comparing human to non-human point-light actions. Psychological Research. 76: 395-406
Parkinson J, Springer A, Prinz W. (2012) Before, during and after you disappear: aspects of timing and dynamic updating of the real-time action simulation of human motions. Psychological Research. 76: 421-33
Cross ES, Liepelt R, Hamilton AF, et al. (2012) Robotic movement preferentially engages the action observation network. Human Brain Mapping. 33: 2238-54
Parkinson J, Springer A, Prinz W. (2011) Can you see me in the snow? Action simulation aids the detection of visually degraded human motion. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 64: 1463-72
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