Mark A. Williams

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Mark Williams"
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Contini EW, Goddard E, Grootswagers T, et al. (2020) A humanness dimension to visual object coding in the brain. Neuroimage. 117139
Burianová H, Marstaller L, Rich AN, et al. (2020) Motor neuroplasticity: A MEG-fMRI study of motor imagery and execution in healthy ageing. Neuropsychologia. 107539
Weldon KB, Woolgar A, Rich AN, et al. (2020) Late disruption of central visual field disrupts peripheral perception of form and color. Plos One. 15: e0219725
Sun Y, Lu X, Williams M, et al. (2019) Implicit violent imagery processing among fans and non-fans of music with violent themes. Royal Society Open Science. 6: 181580
Oaten M, Stevenson RJ, Williams MA, et al. (2018) Moral Violations and the Experience of Disgust and Anger. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 12: 179
Zopf R, Butko M, Woolgar A, et al. (2018) Representing the location of manipulable objects in shape-selective occipitotemporal cortex: Beyond retinotopic reference frames? Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 106: 132-150
Pritchard SC, Zopf R, Polito V, et al. (2016) Non-hierarchical Influence of Visual Form, Touch, and Position Cues on Embodiment, Agency, and Presence in Virtual Reality. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1649
Zopf R, Contini E, Fowler C, et al. (2016) Body distortions in Anorexia Nervosa: Evidence for changed processing of multisensory bodily signals. Psychiatry Research. 245: 473-481
Jackson J, Rich AN, Williams MA, et al. (2016) Feature-selective Attention in Fronto-parietal Cortex: Multivoxel Codes Adjust to Prioritize Task-relevant Information. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-12
Weldon KB, Rich AN, Woolgar A, et al. (2016) Disruption of Foveal Space Impairs Discrimination of Peripheral Objects. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 699
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