Publications of Emily S. Cross
Cross, E. S., & (2011). Eye can see what you want: Posterior intraparietal sulcus encodes the object of an actor's gaze. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. doi:10.1162/jocn_a_00074,
Cross, E. S., , , & (2010). Contorted and ordinary body postures in the human brain. Experimental Brain Research, 204, 397–407.
Cross, E. S., , , & (2009). Ventral and dorsal stream contributions to the online control of immediate and delayed grasping: A TMS approach. Neuropsychologia, 47, 1553–1562.,
Cross, E. S., , & (2009). Transient disruption of M1 during response planning impairs subsequent offline consolidation. Experimental Brain Research, 196, 303–309.,
Cross, E. S., , , , & (2009). Dissociable substrates for body motion and physical experience in the human action observation network. European Journal of Neuroscience, 30, 1383–1392.
Cross, E. S., , , , & (2009). Sensitivity of the action observation network to physical and observational learning. Cerebral Cortex, 19, 315–326.
Cross, E. S., , & (2007). Neural substrates of contextual interference during motor learning support a model of active preparation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19, 1854–1871.
Cross, E. S., & (2007). Grasping is mediated by the contralateral hemisphere, independent of hand. Brain Research, 1175C, 76–84., ,
Cross, E. S., , & (2006). Building a motor simulation de novo: Observation of dance by dancers. NeuroImage, 31, 1257–1267.
Cross, E. S., & (2004). Do alternative names block young and older adults retrieval of proper names? Brain and Language, 89, 174–181.
Cross, E. S. (2010). Building a dance in the human brain: Insights from expert and novice dancers. In , , & (Eds.), The neurocognition of dance: Mind, movement and motor skills (pp. 177–202). London: Psychology Press.
Cross, E. S. (2008). Dance and the brain. In & (Eds.), Learning, arts and the brain: The Dana Consortium Report on arts and cognition (pp. 61–68). New York: Dana Press., &