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Merle Fairhurst
Merle Fairhurst
Ludwig Maximilian University / Universität der Bundeswehr München
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Anticipatory brainstem activity predicts neural processing of pain in humans
M Fairhurst, K Wiech, P Dunckley, I Tracey
Pain 128 (1-2), 101-110, 2007
2732007
A comparison of visceral and somatic pain processing in the human brainstem using functional magnetic resonance imaging
P Dunckley, RG Wise, M Fairhurst, P Hobden, Q Aziz, L Chang, I Tracey
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (32), 7333-7341, 2005
2732005
Physiological and behavioral responses reveal 9-month-old infants’ sensitivity to pleasant touch
MT Fairhurst, L Löken, T Grossmann
Psychological science 25 (5), 1124-1131, 2014
1862014
Synchronizing with auditory and visual rhythms: an fMRI assessment of modality differences and modality appropriateness
MJ Hove, MT Fairhurst, SA Kotz, PE Keller
Neuroimage 67, 313-321, 2013
1552013
As light as your footsteps: altering walking sounds to change perceived body weight, emotional state and gait
A Tajadura-Jiménez, M Basia, O Deroy, M Fairhurst, N Marquardt, ...
Proceedings of the 33rd annual ACM conference on human factors in computing …, 2015
1512015
Being and feeling in sync with an adaptive virtual partner: brain mechanisms underlying dynamic cooperativity
MT Fairhurst, P Janata, PE Keller
Cerebral Cortex 23 (11), 2592-2600, 2013
1212013
Leading the follower: an fMRI investigation of dynamic cooperativity and leader–follower strategies in synchronization with an adaptive virtual partner
MT Fairhurst, P Janata, PE Keller
Neuroimage 84, 688-697, 2014
1102014
Alignment in social interactions
M Gallotti, MT Fairhurst, CD Frith
Consciousness and cognition 48, 253-261, 2017
1082017
Fostering social cognition through an imitation-and synchronization-based dance/movement intervention in adults with autism spectrum disorder: A controlled proof-of-concept study
S Koehne, A Behrends, MT Fairhurst, I Dziobek
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 85 (1), 27-35, 2016
692016
Interactional synchrony: signals, mechanisms and benefits
S Hoehl, M Fairhurst, A Schirmer
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 16 (1-2), 5-18, 2021
642021
An fMRI study exploring the overlap and differences between neural representations of physical and recalled pain
M Fairhurst, K Fairhurst, C Berna, I Tracey
PloS one 7 (10), e48711, 2012
632012
Sensorimotor synchronization with tempo-changing auditory sequences: Modeling temporal adaptation and anticipation
MCM Van Der Steen, N Jacoby, MT Fairhurst, PE Keller
Brain research 1626, 66-87, 2015
462015
Bouba-Kiki in the plate: combining crossmodal correspondences to change flavour experience
MT Fairhurst, D Pritchard, D Ospina, O Deroy
Flavour 4 (1), 1-5, 2015
302015
The importance of integration and top-down salience when listening to complex multi-part musical stimuli
M Uhlig, MT Fairhurst, PE Keller
Neuroimage 77, 52-61, 2013
302013
Segregation and integration of auditory streams when listening to multi-part music
M Ragert, MT Fairhurst, PE Keller
PloS one 9 (1), e84085, 2014
272014
Contingent sounds change the mental representation of one’s finger length
A Tajadura-Jiménez, M Vakali, MT Fairhurst, A Mandrigin, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
232017
Confidence is higher in touch than in vision in cases of perceptual ambiguity
MT Fairhurst, E Travers, V Hayward, O Deroy
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 1-9, 2018
192018
Reciprocity and alignment: quantifying coupling in dynamic interactions
G Dumas, MT Fairhurst
Royal Society open science 8 (5), 210138, 2021
142021
Being ‘in sync’—is interactional synchrony the key to understanding the social brain?
A Schirmer, M Fairhurst, S Hoehl
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 16 (1-2), 1-4, 2021
112021
Coordinating attention requires coordinated senses
L Battich, M Fairhurst, O Deroy
Psychonomic bulletin & review 27 (6), 1126-1138, 2020
102020
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