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Nicholas Holmes

  • Assistant Professor
  • University of Nottingham
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Research interests

Cerebellum Touch Movement Brain stimulation Developmental coordination disorder Transcranial magnetic stimulation

About

The Hand Laboratory studies the generation and control of movement and the perception of touches on the hand, in both healthy and clinical populations of adults and children. We use any appropriate method, particularly motion tracking and TMS.

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Editorships

Public Library of Science ONE

Academic Editor

2009 - Present

Publications

Peripersonal Space: A Multisensory Interface for Body–Object Interactions

  • Brozzoli C
  • Makin T
  • Cardinali L
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The cortical mirror system reflects the cortical motor system: comment on "Grasping synergies: a motor-control approach to the mirror neuron mechanism" by A. D'Ausilio et al.

  • Naish K
  • Holmes N
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Video stimuli reduce object-directed imitation accuracy: a novel two-person motion-tracking approach.

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  • Holmes N
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Optokinetic stimulation induces illusory movement of both out-of-the-body and on-the-body hand-held visual objects

  • Revol P
  • Farn? A
  • Pisella L
Experimental Brain Research (2009)
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The body schema and the multisensory representation(s) of peripersonal space.

  • Holmes N
  • Spence C
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

University of Nottingham

April 2015 - Present

Lecturer

University of Reading

September 2009 - March 2015 (6 years)

Education history

University of Oxford

Experimental Psychology

October 2002 - September 2005 (3 years)

University of Oxford

Experimental Psychology

October 2001 - September 2002 (a year)

University of Manchester

Psychology

September 1996 - June 2000 (4 years)