Emily S. Cross

School of Psychology Bangor University, Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom 
action perception, action execution, motor imagery, dance
"Emily Cross"
Mean distance: 14.08 (cluster 23)


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Deborah M. Burke research assistant Pomona College
Elizabeth A. Franz grad student University of Otago
Scott T. Grafton grad student 2008 Dartmouth
 (Mapping the junction of action perception and production.)
George L. Wolford grad student 2006-2008 Dartmouth
 (Mapping the junction of action perception and production.)
Antonia F. Hamilton post-doc 2008-2008 Nottingham
Wolfgang Prinz post-doc 2008-2010 Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


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Deborah Webb Halasz grad student (PsychTree)
Louise Kirsch grad student 2011-2014 Bangor University


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Craig M. Bennett collaborator 2005- Dartmouth
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Finisguerra A, Ticini LF, Kirsch LP, et al. (2021) Dissociating embodiment and emotional reactivity in motor responses to artworks. Cognition. 212: 104663
Orlandi A, Cross ES, Orgs G. (2020) Timing is everything: Dance aesthetics depend on the complexity of movement kinematics. Cognition. 205: 104446
Williams EH, Bilbao-Broch L, Downing PE, et al. (2020) Examining the Value of Body Gestures in Social Reward Contexts. Neuroimage. 117276
Henschel A, Hortensius R, Cross ES. (2020) Social Cognition in the Age of Human-Robot Interaction. Trends in Neurosciences
Henschel A, Cross ES. (2020) No evidence for enhanced likeability and social motivation towards robots after synchrony experience Interaction Studies. 21: 7-23
Williams EH, Cristino F, Cross ES. (2019) Human body motion captures visual attention and elicits pupillary dilation. Cognition. 193: 104029
Apšvalka D, Cross ES, Ramsey R. (2019) Fluid intelligence and working memory support dissociable aspects of learning by physical but not observational practice. Cognition. 190: 170-183
Cross ES, Hortensius R, Wykowska A. (2019) From social brains to social robots: applying neurocognitive insights to human-robot interaction. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 374: 20180024
Cross ES, Riddoch KA, Pratts J, et al. (2019) A neurocognitive investigation of the impact of socializing with a robot on empathy for pain. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 374: 20180034
Apšvalka D, Cross ES, Ramsey R. (2018) Observing action sequences elicits sequence-specific neural representations in frontoparietal brain regions. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
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