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The ability to understand events that happen to other people is a characteristic feature of the human mind. Here, we investigate whether the links between mental representation of one's own body and the bodies of other people could form the basis of human social representations. We studied interpersonal body representation (IBR) in a series of behavioural(More)
Intentional binding refers to a temporal attraction in the perceived times of actions and effects. So far, it has solely been investigated using judgments of the perceived time of actions or their effects. The authors report 3 experiments using an alternative method: the estimation of a time interval between a voluntary action and its subsequent effect.(More)
A number of signaling proteins have been demonstrated to interact with follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) receptor (FSHR), including APPL1, 14-3-3tau and Akt2. To further define the repertoire of proteins involved in FSH-induced signal transduction, several signaling and adapter proteins were examined for the ability to associate with FSHR. This report(More)
A family of predictor-corrector exponential Numerov-type methods is developed for the numerical integration of the one-dimensional Schrr odinger equation. The formula considered contains certain free parameters which allow it to be tted automatically to exponential functions. The new methods are very simple and integrate more exponential functions than both(More)
People with autism and Asperger syndrome are anecdotally said to be hypersensitive to touch. In two experiments, we measured tactile thresholds and suprathreshold tactile sensitivity in a group of adults with Asperger syndrome. In the first experiment, tactile perceptual thresholds were measured. Two frequencies of vibrotactile stimulation were used: 30 and(More)
We report a study on a patient (DW) with integrative visual agnosia and a category-specific recognition impairment for living things. We assessed DW's local and global processing and tested if his integrative agnosia could have led directly to his category-specific impairment. The main findings were: (i) DW was faster at identifying local compared to global(More)