• Richard Petersens Plads, 321, 107

    2800 Kgs. Lyngby

    Denmark

20092023

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2014

Multivariate decoding of mutually interacting brains reveals complementary neural mechanisms in leaders and followers

Konvalinka, I., 2014. 1 p.

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2013

Believing versus interacting: Behavioural and neural mechanisms underlying interpersonal coordination

Konvalinka, I., Bauer, M., Kilner, J., Roepstorff, A. & Frith, C. D., 2013.

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Complementary coordination strategies in a joint Fitts’ reciprocal aiming task

Konvalinka, I., Skewes, L., Michael, J. & Skewes, J. C., 2013.

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2012

Dual-EEG of joint finger tapping: what can two interacting brains teach us about social interaction?

Konvalinka, I., 2012.

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Dual EEG of social interaction: a machine learning approach to the two-brain problem

Konvalinka, I., Stahlhut, C., Bauer, M., Hansen, L. K., Roepstorff, A. & Frith, C., 2012. 2 p.

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2011

Neural oscillations of interpersonal coordination: an MEG study of interactive tapping

Konvalinka, I., Bauer, M., Kilner, J., Roepstorff, A. & Frith, C. D., 2011. 3 p.

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2009

Synchronization in joint action: from tapping to fire-walking

Konvalinka, I., Vuust, P., Xygalatas, D., Roepstroff, A. & Frith, C. D., 2009.

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Synchronized tapping as a model of minimal social interaction

Konvalinka, I., Vuust, P., Roepstroff, A. & Frith, C. D., 2009.

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