Publications

2024

Fabio, C., Salemme, R., Farnè, A., & Miller, LE. (in press) Alpha oscillations reflect similar mapping mechanisms for localizing touch on hands and tools. iScience

2023

Peviani, V., Miller, LE., Medendorp, WP. (2023) Biases in hand perception are driven by somatosensory computations, not a distorted hand model. bioRxiv

Miller, LE., Fabio, C., (…),Medendorp, WP., & Farnè, A. (2023). A somatosensory computation that unifies limbs and tools. eNeuro 10(11), 1–13

Miller, LE., Jarto, F., & Medendorp, WP. (2023) A horizon for haptic perception. J Neurophysiology 129(4), 793-798.

2022

Fabio, C., Salemme, R., Koun, E., Farnè, A., & Miller, LE (2022) Alpha oscillations are involved in localizing touch on handheld tools. J Cog Neuro 34(4), 675-686

Miller, LE., Fabio, C., (...), van Beers, RJ., Farnè, A., & Medendorp, WP (2022). A neural surveyor to map touch on the body. PNAS. 119(1)

2019

Miller, LE., Fabio, C., Ravenda, V., (...) Hayward, V., Farnè, A. (2019). Somatosensory cortex efficiently processes touch located beyond the body. Current Biology. 29(24): 4276-4283.e5 

Miller, LE., Longo, MR., Saygin, AP. (2019). Tool use modulates somatosensory cortical processing in humans. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 31(12): 1782-1795 

2018

Miller, LE., Montroni, L., Koun, E., Salemme, R., Hayward, V., Farnè, A. (2018). Sensing with tools extends somatosensory processing beyond the body. Nature. 561(7722): 239-243 

2017 and earlier

Miller, LE., Cawley-Bennett, A., Longo, MR., Saygin, AP. (2017). The recalibration of tactile perception during tool use is body-part specific. Experimental Brain Research. 235(10): 2917-2926 

Miller, LE.,​ Longo, MR., Saygin, AP. (2017). Visual illusion of tool use recalibrates tactile perception. Cognition. 128(2): 140-48

Miller, LE., Farnè, A. (2016). Losing self control. eLife [Insight]

Miller, LE., Longo, MR., Saygin, AP. (2016). Mental body representations retain homuncular shape distortions: Evidence from Weber's illusion. Consciousness & Cognition. 40: 17-25.

Urgen, BA. & Miller, LE. (2015) Towards an empirically grounded predictive coding account of action understanding. Journal of Neuroscience [Journal Club] 

Miller, LE., Longo, MR., Saygin, AP. (2014). Tool morphology constrains the effects of tool use on body representations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 40(6): 2143-2153.


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