Katherine Rebecca Naish

School of Psychology University of Reading, Earley, England, United Kingdom 
Motor system, action observation, TMS
"Katherine Naish"
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Galang CM, Naish KR, Arbabi K, et al. (2017) Observing painful events in others leads to a temporally extended general response facilitation in the self. Experimental Brain Research
Naish KR, Rajagobal A, Galang CM, et al. (2016) Effects of intentional movement preparation on response times to symbolic and imitative cues. Experimental Brain Research
Naish KR, Barnes B, Obhi SS. (2016) Stimulation over primary motor cortex during action observation impairs effector recognition. Cognition. 149: 84-94
Naish KR, Obhi SS. (2015) Self-selected conscious strategies do not modulate motor cortical output during action observation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 114: 2278-84
Naish KR, Obhi SS. (2015) Timing and specificity of early changes in motor excitability during movement observation. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 1867-74
Naish KR, Holmes NP. (2015) The cortical mirror system reflects the cortical motor system: comment on "Grasping synergies: a motor-control approach to the mirror neuron mechanism" by A. D'Ausilio et al. Physics of Life Reviews. 12: 108-10
Naish KR, Houston-Price C, Bremner AJ, et al. (2014) Effects of action observation on corticospinal excitability: Muscle specificity, direction, and timing of the mirror response. Neuropsychologia. 64: 331-348
Naish KR, Reader AT, Houston-Price C, et al. (2013) To eat or not to eat? Kinematics and muscle activity of reach-to-grasp movements are influenced by the action goal, but observers do not detect these differences. Experimental Brain Research. 225: 261-75
Holmes NP, Makin TR, Cadieux M, et al. (2012) Hand ownership and hand position in the rubber hand illusion are uncorrelated Seeing and Perceiving. 25: 52
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