Steffan Kennett

University of Essex, Colchester, England, United Kingdom 
Visuo-tactile attention and perception
"Steffan Kennett"
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Jon Driver grad student 1996-1999 Birkbeck
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Kennett S, Driver J. (2014) Within-hemifield posture changes affect tactile-visual exogenous spatial cueing without spatial precision, especially in the dark. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 76: 1121-35
Bauer M, Kennett S, Driver J. (2012) Attentional selection of location and modality in vision and touch modulates low-frequency activity in associated sensory cortices. Journal of Neurophysiology. 107: 2342-51
Cooper NR, Puzzo I, Pawley AD, et al. (2012) Bridging a yawning chasm: EEG investigations into the debate concerning the role of the human mirror neuron system in contagious yawning. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 12: 393-405
Kennett S, Rorden C, Husain M, et al. (2010) Crossmodal visual-tactile extinction: Modulation by posture implicates biased competition in proprioceptively reconstructed space. Journal of Neuropsychology. 4: 15-32
Kennett S, van Velzen J, Eimer M, et al. (2007) Disentangling gaze shifts from preparatory ERP effects during spatial attention. Psychophysiology. 44: 69-78
Press C, Taylor-Clarke M, Kennett S, et al. (2004) Visual enhancement of touch in spatial body representation. Experimental Brain Research. 154: 238-45
Kennett S, Spence C, Driver J. (2002) Visuo-tactile links in covert exogenous spatial attention remap across changes in unseen hand posture. Perception & Psychophysics. 64: 1083-94
Maravita A, Spence C, Kennett S, et al. (2002) Tool-use changes multimodal spatial interactions between vision and touch in normal humans. Cognition. 83: B25-34
Kennett S, Eimer M, Spence C, et al. (2001) Tactile-visual links in exogenous spatial attention under different postures: convergent evidence from psychophysics and ERPs. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 13: 462-78
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