Gethin Hughes
Gethin Hughes
Department of Psychology, University of Essex.
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Mechanisms of Intentional Binding and Sensory Attenuation: The Role of Temporal Prediction, Temporal Control, Identity Prediction, and Motor Prediction.
G Hughes, A Desantis, F Waszak
Psychological Bulletin 139 (1), 133-151, 2013
2432013
Action effect anticipation: Neurophysiological basis and functional consequences
F Waszak, P Cardoso-Leite, G Hughes
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 36 (2), 943-959, 2012
1882012
Dissociable correlates of response conflict and error awareness in error-related brain activity
G Hughes, N Yeung
Neuropsychologia 49 (3), 405-415, 2011
1202011
ERP correlates of action effect prediction and visual sensory attenuation in voluntary action
G Hughes, F Waszak
NeuroImage 56 (3), 1632-1640, 2011
1162011
Unconscious priming of a no‐go response
G Hughes, M Velmans, J De Fockert
Psychophysiology 46 (6), 1258-1269, 2009
1092009
Intentional Binding Is Driven by the Mere Presence of an Action and Not by Motor Prediction
A Desantis, G Hughes, F Waszak
PLoS ONE 7 (1), e29557, 2012
802012
A preactivation account of sensory attenuation
C Roussel, G Hughes, F Waszak
Neuropsychologia 51 (5), 922-929, 2013
712013
Attenuation of auditory N1 results from identity‐specific action‐effect prediction
G Hughes, A Desantis, F Waszak
European Journal of Neuroscience 37 (7), 1152-1158, 2013
652013
The relation between consciousness and attention: An empirical study using the priming paradigm
E Van den Bussche, G Hughes, N Van Humbeeck, B Reynvoet
Consciousness and cognition 19 (1), 86-97, 2010
582010
EEG indices of reward motivation and target detectability in a rapid visual detection task
G Hughes, S Mathan, N Yeung
NeuroImage 64, 590-600, 2013
482013
The temporal dynamics of metacognition: Dissociating task-related activity from later metacognitive processes
K Desender, F Van Opstal, G Hughes, E Van den Bussche
Neuropsychologia 82, 54-64, 2016
412016
Action prediction modulates both neurophysiological and psychophysical indices of sensory attenuation
C Roussel, G Hughes, F Waszak
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 115, 2014
412014
One action system or two? Evidence for common central preparatory mechanisms in voluntary and stimulus-driven actions
G Hughes, S Schütz-Bosbach, F Waszak
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (46), 16692-16699, 2011
412011
Disentangling conscious and unconscious processing: a subjective trial-based assessment approach
E Van den Bussche, A Vermeiren, K Desender, W Gevers, G Hughes, ...
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 769, 2013
272013
How Much Does Emotional Valence of Action Outcomes Affect Temporal Binding?
J Moreton, MJ Callan, G Hughes
Consciousness & Cognition 49, 25-34, 2017
222017
The interaction between attention and motor prediction. An ERP study
A Jones, G Hughes, F Waszak
Neuroimage 83, 533-541, 2013
222013
Predicting faces and houses: Category-specific visual action-effect prediction modulates late stages of sensory processing
G Hughes, F Waszak
Neuropsychologia 61, 11-18, 2014
132014
ERP and behavioral evidence of increased sensory attenuation for fear-related action outcomes.
G Hughes
Biological Psychology 111, 8-13, 2015
102015
The role of the temporoparietal junction in implicit and explicit sense of agency
G Hughes
Neuropsychologia 113, 1-5, 2018
92018
Prefrontal transcranial alternating current stimulation improves motor sequence reproduction
MB Berntsen, NR Cooper, G Hughes, V Romei
Behavioural Brain Research 361, 39-49, 2019
32019
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