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    • Journal article
    When does action comprehension need motor involvement? Evidence from upper limb aplasia.
    Vannuscorps, Gilles[UCL] Andres, Michael[UCL] Pillon, Agnesa[UCL] (2013) Cognitive Neuropsychology — Vol. 30, no.4, p. 253-83 (2013)
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    Typical predictive eye movements during action observation without effector-specific motor simulation
    Vannuscorps, Gilles[UCL] Caramazza, Alfonso (2017) Psychonomic Bulletin & Review — Vol. 24, p. 1152-1157 (2017)
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    Typical action perception and interpretation without motor simulation
    Vannuscorps, Gilles[UCL] Caramazza, Alfonso (2016) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences — Vol. 113, p. 86-91 (2016)
    • Journal article
    Sensorimotor-independent development of hands and tools selectivity in the visual cortex
    Striem-Amit, Ella Vannuscorps, Gilles[UCL] Caramazza, Alfonso (2017) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U.S.A — Vol. 114, p. 4787-4792 (2017)
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    The origin of the biomechanical bias in apparent body movement perception.
    Vannuscorps, Gilles[UCL] Caramazza, Alfonso (2016) Neuropsychologia — Vol. 89, p. 281-286 (2016)
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    Plasticity based on compensatory effector use in the association but not primary sensorimotor cortex of people born without hands.
    Striem-Amit, Ella Vannuscorps, Gilles Caramazza, Alfonso (2018) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America — Vol. 115, no.30, p. 7801-7806 (2018)
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    Effect of biomechanical constraints in the hand laterality judgment task : where does it come from?
    Vannuscorps, Gilles[UCL] Pillon, Agnesa[UCL] Andres, Michael[UCL] (2012) Frontiers in Human Neuroscience — Vol. 6, no. 299 (2012)
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    Typical basic numerical abilities despite congenital absence of sensorimotor finger experience
    Andres, Michael[UCL] Pesenti, Mauro[UCL] Vannuscorps, Gilles[UCL] (2019) 21st Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology — Tenerife, Spain