Caroline Catmur
Caroline Catmur
Lecturer in Psychology, King's College London
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Sensorimotor learning configures the human mirror system
C Catmur, V Walsh, C Heyes
Current biology 17 (17), 1527-1531, 2007
Mirror neurons: from origin to function
R Cook, G Bird, C Catmur, C Press, C Heyes
Behavioral and brain sciences 37 (2), 177-192, 2014
Tactile sensitivity in Asperger syndrome
SJ Blakemore, T Tavassoli, S Calò, RM Thomas, C Catmur, U Frith, ...
Brain and cognition 61 (1), 5-13, 2006
Theory of mind is not theory of emotion: A cautionary note on the Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test.
BFM Oakley, R Brewer, G Bird, C Catmur
Journal of abnormal psychology 125 (6), 818, 2016
Audiotactile interactions in roughness perception
S Guest, C Catmur, D Lloyd, C Spence
Experimental Brain Research 146, 161-171, 2002
Enhancing social ability by stimulating right temporoparietal junction
I Santiesteban, MJ Banissy, C Catmur, G Bird
Current Biology 22 (23), 2274-2277, 2012
Associative sequence learning: the role of experience in the development of imitation and the mirror system
C Catmur, V Walsh, C Heyes
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
Interoception and psychopathology: A developmental neuroscience perspective
J Murphy, R Brewer, C Catmur, G Bird
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 23, 45-56, 2017
Alexithymia, not autism, is associated with impaired interoception
P Shah, R Hall, C Catmur, G Bird
cortex 81, 215-220, 2016
Avatars and arrows: Implicit mentalizing or domain-general processing?
I Santiesteban, C Catmur, SC Hopkins, G Bird, C Heyes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (3), 929, 2014
Alexithymia is associated with a multidomain, multidimensional failure of interoception: Evidence from novel tests.
J Murphy, C Catmur, G Bird
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (3), 398, 2018
Attention does not modulate neural responses to social stimuli in autism spectrum disorders
G Bird, C Catmur, G Silani, C Frith, U Frith
Neuroimage 31 (4), 1614-1624, 2006
Through the looking glass: Counter‐mirror activation following incompatible sensorimotor learning
C Catmur, H Gillmeister, G Bird, R Liepelt, M Brass, C Heyes
European Journal of Neuroscience 28 (6), 1208-1215, 2008
Can neurotypical individuals read autistic facial expressions? Atypical production of emotional facial expressions in autism spectrum disorders
R Brewer, F Biotti, C Catmur, C Press, F Happé, R Cook, G Bird
Autism Research 9 (2), 262-271, 2016
What happened to mirror neurons?
C Heyes, C Catmur
Perspectives on Psychological Science 17 (1), 153-168, 2022
Is alexithymia characterised by impaired interoception? Further evidence, the importance of control variables, and the problems with the Heartbeat Counting Task
J Murphy, R Brewer, H Hobson, C Catmur, G Bird
Biological psychology 136, 189-197, 2018
Classifying individual differences in interoception: Implications for the measurement of interoceptive awareness
J Murphy, C Catmur, G Bird
Psychonomic bulletin & review 26, 1467-1471, 2019
Are we really measuring empathy? Proposal for a new measurement framework
MP Coll, E Viding, M Rütgen, G Silani, C Lamm, C Catmur, G Bird
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 83, 132-139, 2017
Time course analyses confirm independence of imitative and spatial compatibility.
C Catmur, C Heyes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (2), 409, 2011
Making mirrors: premotor cortex stimulation enhances mirror and counter-mirror motor facilitation
C Catmur, RB Mars, MF Rushworth, C Heyes
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (9), 2352-2362, 2011
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