Dorothy Cowie

Affiliations: 
University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Area:
Visuomotor development
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Gottwald JM, Bird LA, Keenaghan S, et al. (2020) The Developing Bodily Self: How Posture Constrains Body Representation in Childhood. Child Development
Mowbray R, Cowie D. (2020) Mind your step: learning to walk in complex environments. Experimental Brain Research
Keenaghan S, Bowles L, Crawfurd G, et al. (2020) My body until proven otherwise: Exploring the time course of the full body illusion. Consciousness and Cognition. 78: 102882
Knight FLC, Bremner AJ, Cowie D. (2019) Does the language we use to segment the body, shape the way we perceive it? A study of tactile perceptual distortions. Cognition. 197: 104127
Mowbray R, Gottwald JM, Zhao M, et al. (2019) The development of visually guided stepping. Experimental Brain Research
Cowie D, McKenna A, Bremner AJ, et al. (2017) The development of bodily self-consciousness: changing responses to the Full Body Illusion in childhood. Developmental Science
Le Cornu Knight F, Cowie D, Bremner AJ. (2016) Part-based representations of the body in early childhood: evidence from perceived distortions of tactile space across limb boundaries. Developmental Science
D'Souza H, Cowie D, Karmiloff-Smith A, et al. (2016) Specialization of the motor system in infancy: from broad tuning to selectively specialized purposeful actions. Developmental Science
Cowie D, Sterling S, Bremner AJ. (2015) The development of multisensory body representation and awareness continues to 10years of age: Evidence from the rubber hand illusion. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Bremner AJ, Ali JB, Cowie D. (2014) The origins of ability and automaticity in tactile spatial perception. Developmental Science. 17: 946-7
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