Gethin Hughes

University of Essex, Colchester, England, United Kingdom 
Action, Agency, Prediction, Vision, Audition, Attention, Consciousness, EEG
"Gethin Hughes"
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Desender K, Van Opstal F, Hughes G, et al. (2016) The temporal dynamics of metacognition: Dissociating task-related activity from later metacognitive processes. Neuropsychologia
Hughes G. (2015) ERP and behavioral evidence of increased sensory attenuation for fear-related action outcomes. Biological Psychology. 111: 8-13
Hughes G, Waszak F. (2014) Predicting faces and houses: category-specific visual action-effect prediction modulates late stages of sensory processing. Neuropsychologia. 61: 11-8
Roussel C, Hughes G, Waszak F. (2014) Action prediction modulates both neurophysiological and psychophysical indices of sensory attenuation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 115
Van den Bussche E, Vermeiren A, Desender K, et al. (2013) Disentangling conscious and unconscious processing: a subjective trial-based assessment approach. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7: 769
Jones A, Hughes G, Waszak F. (2013) The interaction between attention and motor prediction. An ERP study. Neuroimage. 83: 533-41
Roussel C, Hughes G, Waszak F. (2013) A preactivation account of sensory attenuation. Neuropsychologia. 51: 922-9
Hughes G, Desantis A, Waszak F. (2013) Attenuation of auditory N1 results from identity-specific action-effect prediction. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 37: 1152-8
Hughes G, Mathan S, Yeung N. (2013) EEG indices of reward motivation and target detectability in a rapid visual detection task. Neuroimage. 64: 590-600
Hughes G, Desantis A, Waszak F. (2013) Mechanisms of intentional binding and sensory attenuation: the role of temporal prediction, temporal control, identity prediction, and motor prediction. Psychological Bulletin. 139: 133-51
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