Matthew Longo, PhD

Dept of Psychological Sciences Birkbeck College, University of London, London, England, United Kingdom 
mental representation of the body, tactile perception, proprioception, pain perception, multisensory, psychophysics, MRI, TMS, EEG
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Ambroziak KB, Bofill MA, Azañón E, et al. (2023) Perceptual aftereffects of adiposity transfer from hands to whole bodies. Experimental Brain Research. 241: 2371-2379
Mainka T, Ganos C, Longo MR. (2022) Skin stretch modulates tactile distance perception without central correction mechanisms. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 49: 226-235
Hidaka S, Tucciarelli R, Azañón E, et al. (2022) Tilt adaptation aftereffects reveal fundamental perceptual characteristics of tactile orientation processing on the hand. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 48: 1427-1438
Cadete D, Alsmith AJT, Longo MR. (2022) Curved sixth fingers: Flexible representation of the shape of supernumerary body parts. Consciousness and Cognition. 105: 103413
Tamè L, Limbu S, Harlow R, et al. (2022) Size Constancy Mechanisms: Empirical Evidence from Touch. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 6
Ehrsson HH, Fotopoulou A, Radziun D, et al. (2022) No specific relationship between hypnotic suggestibility and the rubber hand illusion. Nature Communications. 13: 564
Longo MR. (2022) No evidence for sex differences in tactile distance anisotropy. Experimental Brain Research. 240: 591-600
Cadete D, Longo MR. (2022) The long sixth finger illusion: The representation of the supernumerary finger is not a copy and can be felt with varying lengths. Cognition. 218: 104948
Longo MR. (2021) Distortion of mental body representations. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 26: 241-254
Maister L, De Beukelaer S, Longo MR, et al. (2021) The Self in the Mind's Eye: Revealing How We Truly See Ourselves Through Reverse Correlation. Psychological Science. 32: 1965-1978
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