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2007Adaptation of a bimodal integration stage: visual input needed during neck muscle vibration to elicit a motion aftereffectSeizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Sachtler, Ben; Behavioural & Comm Hlth SciencAdaptation of a bimodal integration stage: visual input needed during neck muscle vibration to elicit a motion aftereffect, Experimental Brain Research, vol.181,(1),2007,pp 117-129
2014Adaptation to Motion Presented with a Tactile ArrayHolcombe, Alexander; McIntyre, Sarah; Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Birznieks, Ingvars; Vickery, R. M.; Psychology; Psychology; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesAdaptation to Motion Presented with a Tactile Array, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), vol.8618, N/A, 2014,pp 351-359
2006Biases in judgements of separation and orientation of elements belonging to different clusters.Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Gillam, Barbara; Behavioural and Social Sciences in HealthBiases in judgements of separation and orientation of elements belonging to different clusters., Vision Research, vol.46,(16),2006,pp 2525-2534
2011Conflict with vision diminishes proprioceptive adaptation to muscle vibrationAzzi, Rita; Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Psychology; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesConflict with vision diminishes proprioceptive adaptation to muscle vibration, Experimental Brain Research, vol.211, N/A, 2011,pp 169-175
2006Eye movements cannot explain vibration-induced visual motion and motion aftereffect.Curthoys, Ian; Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Sachtler, Ben; Psychology; Behavioural & Comm Hlth SciencEye movements cannot explain vibration-induced visual motion and motion aftereffect., Experimental Brain Research, vol.173,(1),2006,pp 141-152
2008Illusory motion reversals from unambiguous motion with visual, proprioceptive, and tactile stimuliHolcombe, Alexander; Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Psychology; Behavioural and Social Sciences in HealthIllusory motion reversals from unambiguous motion with visual, proprioceptive, and tactile stimuli, Vision Research, vol.48,(N/A),2008,pp 1743-1757
2014Lateral Skin Stretch Influences Direction Judgments of Motion Across the SkinMcIntyre, Sarah; Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Bergstrom, Sara Maria; Birznieks, Ingvars; Karlsson, Kornelia; Psychology; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesLateral Skin Stretch Influences Direction Judgments of Motion Across the Skin, Lateral Skin Stretch Influences Direction Judgments of Motion Across the Skin, vol.N/A, N/A, 2014,pp 425-431
2017Muscle Vibration-Induced Illusions: Review of Contributing Factors, Taxonomy of Illusions and User's GuideSeizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Taylor, Mitchell; Taylor, Janet L; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; Ageing Work and Health UnitMuscle Vibration-Induced Illusions: Review of Contributing Factors, Taxonomy of Illusions and User's Guide, Multisensory Research, vol.30, 1, 2017,pp 25-63
2007Neck muscle vibration in full cues affects pointingMcIntyre, Sarah; Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Psychology; Behavioural & Comm Hlth SciencNeck muscle vibration in full cues affects pointing, Journal of Vision, vol.7,(5:9),2007,pp 1-8
2009Perception of movement extent depends on the extent of previous movementsSeizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Gandevia, Simon C; Smith, Janette; Taylor, Janet; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesPerception of movement extent depends on the extent of previous movements, Experimental Brain Research, vol.195, 1, 2009,pp 167-172
2014Somatosensory space abridged: Rapid change in tactile localization using a motion stimulusSeizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Taylor, Janet; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesSomatosensory space abridged: Rapid change in tactile localization using a motion stimulus, PloS One, vol.9, 3, 2014,pp 1-10
2012Tactile Motion Adaptation Reduces Perceived Speed but Shows No Evidence of Direction SensitivityHolcombe, Alexander; McIntyre, Sarah; Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Birznieks, Ingvars; Psychology; Psychology; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesTactile Motion Adaptation Reduces Perceived Speed but Shows No Evidence of Direction Sensitivity, PLoS One, vol.7, 9, 2012,pp 1-12
2016The tactile motion aftereffect suggests an intensive code for speed in neurons sensitive to both speed and direction of motionHolcombe, Alexander; McIntyre, Sarah; Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Birznieks, Ingvars; Vickery, R. M.; Psychology; Psychology; Behavioural and Social Sciences in HealthThe tactile motion aftereffect suggests an intensive code for speed in neurons sensitive to both speed and direction of motion, Journal of Neurophysiology, vol.115, 3, 2016,pp 1703-1712
2016The tactile speed aftereffect depends on the speed of adapting motion across the skin, rather than other spatio-temporal featuresHolcombe, Alexander; McIntyre, Sarah; Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Psychology; Psychology; Behavioural and Social Sciences in HealthThe tactile speed aftereffect depends on the speed of adapting motion across the skin, rather than other spatio-temporal features, Journal of Neurophysiology, vol.15, 3, 2016,pp 1112-1121
2016Velocity of motion across the skin influences perception of tactile locationNguyen, Elizabeth; Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Brooks, Jack; Taylor, Janet L; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; Behavioural and Social Sciences in HealthVelocity of motion across the skin influences perception of tactile location, Journal of Neurophysiology, vol.115, 2, 2016,pp 674-684
2010A visual distracter task during adaptation reduces the proprioceptive movement aftereffectAzzi, Rita; Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana; Psychology; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesA visual distracter task during adaptation reduces the proprioceptive movement aftereffect, Experimental Brain Research, vol.203, 1,pp 213-219