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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    28 August 2015Are there right hemisphere contributions to visually-guided movement? Manipulating left hand reaction time advantages in dextrals  Carey, DP; Otto-de Haart, E. Grace; Buckingham, G; et al.
    1 February 2016Equal-magnitude size-weight illusions experienced within and between object categories.  Buckingham, G; Goodale, MA; White, JA; et al.
    30 July 2020Grip constancy but not perceptual size constancy survives lesions of early visual cortex  Whitwell, RL; Sperandio, I; Buckingham, G; et al.
    15 March 2010Lifting without seeing: the role of vision in perceiving and acting upon the size weight illusion.  Buckingham, G; Goodale, MA
    23 January 2019The Material-Weight Illusion disappears or inverts in objects made of two materials  Paulun, VC; Buckingham, G; Goodale, MA; et al.
    1 January 2014Observing object lifting errors modulates cortico-spinal excitability and improves object lifting performance.  Buckingham, G; Wong, JD; Tang, M; et al.
    23 January 2013Size matters: a single representation underlies our perceptions of heaviness in the size-weight illusion.  Buckingham, G; Goodale, MA
    19 December 2014The size-weight illusion induced through human echolocation.  Buckingham, G; Milne, JL; Byrne, CM; et al.
    5 December 2013Weightlifting exercise and the size-weight illusion  Buckingham, G; Byrne, CM; Paciocco, J; et al.