Patric Bach
Patric Bach
Professor at the School of Psychology, University of Aberdeen
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Focusing on body sites: the role of spatial attention in action perception
P Bach, NA Peatfield, SP Tipper
Experimental Brain Research 178 (4), 509-517, 2007
Communicating hands: ERPs elicited by meaningful symbolic hand postures
TC Gunter, P Bach
Neuroscience letters 372 (1-2), 52-56, 2004
N400-like negativities in action perception reflect the activation of two components of an action representation
P Bach, TC Gunter, G Knoblich, W Prinz, AD Friederici
Social neuroscience 4 (3), 212-232, 2009
Implicit action encoding influences personal-trait judgments
P Bach, SP Tipper
Cognition 102 (2), 151-178, 2007
The affordance-matching hypothesis: how objects guide action understanding and prediction
P Bach, T Nicholson, M Hudson
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 254, 2014
On the role of object information in action observation: an fMRI study
P Bach, MV Peelen, SP Tipper
Cerebral cortex 20 (12), 2798-2809, 2010
Action comprehension: deriving spatial and functional relations.
P Bach, G Knoblich, TC Gunter, AD Friederici, W Prinz
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (3), 465, 2005
Cooperation of different neuronal systems during hand sign recognition
A Nakamura, B Maess, TR Knösche, TC Gunter, P Bach, AD Friederici
Neuroimage 23 (1), 25-34, 2004
“Feeling” others' painful actions: the sensorimotor integration of pain and action information
I Morrison, SP Tipper, WL Fenton‐Adams, P Bach
Human brain mapping 34 (8), 1982-1998, 2013
The predictive mirror: interactions of mirror and affordance processes during action observation
P Bach, AP Bayliss, SP Tipper
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (1), 171-176, 2011
Bend it like Beckham: Embodying the motor skills of famous athletes
P Bach, SP Tipper
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 59 (12), 2033-2039, 2006
I see what you say: Prior knowledge of other’s goals automatically biases the perception of their actions
M Hudson, T Nicholson, R Ellis, P Bach
Cognition 146, 245-250, 2016
Can’t touch this: the first-person perspective provides privileged access to predictions of sensory action outcomes.
P Bach, W Fenton-Adams, SP Tipper
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (2), 457, 2014
One step ahead: The perceived kinematics of others’ actions are biased toward expected goals.
M Hudson, T Nicholson, WA Simpson, R Ellis, P Bach
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (1), 1, 2016
Predictive social perception: Towards a unifying framework from action observation to person knowledge
P Bach, KC Schenke
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 11 (7), e12312, 2017
Your own actions influence how you perceive other people: A misattribution of action appraisals
SP Tipper, P Bach
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (4), 1082-1090, 2008
Gesturing meaning: Non-action words activate the motor system
P Bach, D Griffiths, M Weigelt, S Tipper
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 4, 214, 2010
Understanding the goals of everyday instrumental actions is primarily linked to object, not motor-kinematic, information: Evidence from fMRI
T Nicholson, M Roser, P Bach
PloS one 12 (1), e0169700, 2017
Planning-related motor processes underlie mental practice and imitation learning.
P Bach, BK Allami, M Tucker, R Ellis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (3), 1277, 2014
Looking ahead: Anticipatory cueing of attention to objects others will look at
K Joyce, K Schenke, A Bayliss, P Bach
Cognitive Neuroscience 7 (1-4), 74-81, 2016
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