Andrew J. Bremner
TitleCited byYear
Psychology: The science of mind and behaviour
NJ Holt, A Bremner, E Sutherland, M Vliek, M Passer, R Smith
McGraw-Hill Education, 2012
2232012
“Bouba” and “Kiki” in Namibia? A remote culture make similar shape–sound matches, but different shape–taste matches to Westerners
AJ Bremner, S Caparos, J Davidoff, J de Fockert, KJ Linnell, C Spence
Cognition 126 (2), 165-172, 2013
2062013
Multisensory development
AJ Bremner, DJ Lewkowicz, C Spence
Oxford University Press, 2012
1262012
Effects of action observation on corticospinal excitability: Muscle specificity, direction, and timing of the mirror response
KR Naish, C Houston-Price, AJ Bremner, NP Holmes
Neuropsychologia 64, 331-348, 2014
1162014
Soft skills in higher education: Importance and improvement ratings as a function of individual differences and academic performance
T Chamorro‐Premuzic, A Arteche, AJ Bremner, C Greven, A Furnham
Educational Psychology 30 (2), 221-241, 2010
1142010
Spatial localization of touch in the first year of life: Early influence of a visual spatial code and the development of remapping across changes in limb position.
AJ Bremner, D Mareschal, S Lloyd-Fox, C Spence
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 137 (1), 149, 2008
942008
Infants lost in (peripersonal) space?
AJ Bremner, NP Holmes, C Spence
Trends in cognitive sciences 12 (8), 298-305, 2008
862008
Children’s responses to the rubber-hand illusion reveal dissociable pathways in body representation
D Cowie, TR Makin, AJ Bremner
Psychological Science 24 (5), 762-769, 2013
702013
To eat or not to eat? Kinematics and muscle activity of reach-to-grasp movements are influenced by the action goal, but observers do not detect these differences
KR Naish, AT Reader, C Houston-Price, AJ Bremner, NP Holmes
Experimental Brain Research 225 (2), 261-275, 2013
632013
Exposure to an urban environment alters the local bias of a remote culture
S Caparos, L Ahmed, AJ Bremner, JW de Fockert, KJ Linnell, J Davidoff
Cognition 122 (1), 80-85, 2012
622012
Release of inattentional blindness by high working memory load: Elucidating the relationship between working memory and selective attention
JW de Fockert, AJ Bremner
Cognition 121 (3), 400-408, 2011
542011
The neural basis of somatosensory remapping develops in human infancy
S Rigato, JB Ali, J van Velzen, AJ Bremner
Current Biology 24 (11), 1222-1226, 2014
522014
Categorical perception of tactile distance
FLC Knight, MR Longo, AJ Bremner
Cognition 131 (2), 254-262, 2014
382014
Do local and global perceptual biases tell us anything about local and global selective attention?
S Caparos, KJ Linnell, AJ Bremner, JW de Fockert, J Davidoff
Psychological science 24 (2), 206-212, 2013
382013
Human infants’ ability to perceive touch in external space develops postnatally
JB Ali, C Spence, AJ Bremner
Current Biology 25 (20), R978-R979, 2015
332015
Bodily illusions in young children: Developmental change in visual and proprioceptive contributions to perceived hand position
AJ Bremner, EL Hill, M Pratt, S Rigato, C Spence
PloS one 8 (1), 2013
312013
The development of multisensory body representation and awareness continues to 10years of age: evidence from the rubber hand illusion
D Cowie, S Sterling, AJ Bremner
Journal of experimental child psychology 142, 230-238, 2016
302016
The electrophysiological time course of somatosensory spatial remapping: vision of the hands modulates effects of posture on somatosensory evoked potentials
S Rigato, AJ Bremner, L Mason, A Pickering, R Davis, J van Velzen
European Journal of Neuroscience 38 (6), 2884-2892, 2013
282013
Effects of posture on tactile localization by 4 years of age are modulated by sight of the hands: evidence for an early acquired external spatial frame of reference for touch
J Begum Ali, D Cowie, AJ Bremner
Developmental science 17 (6), 935-943, 2014
232014
The effect of spatial cues on infants’ responses in the AB task, with and without a hidden object
A Bremner, P Bryant
Developmental Science 4 (4), 408-415, 2001
232001
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