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  • Chiara Baiano, Xavier Job, Gabriella Santangelo, Malika Auvray, Louise Kirsch (2021). Interactions between interoception and perspective-taking: Current state of research and future directions. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews Vol 130 Pages 252-262.
  • Xavier Job, Louise Kirsch, Malika Auvray (2021). Spatial perspective-taking: insights from sensory impairments. Experimental Brain Research
  • Alessandra Finisguerra, Luca Ticini, Louise Kirsch, Emily Cross, Sonja Kotz, Cosimo Urgesi (2021). Dissociating embodiment and emotional reactivity in motor responses to artworks. Cognition Vol 212 Pages 104663.
  • Louise Kirsch, Christoph Mathys, Christina Papadaki, Penelope Talelli, Karl Friston, Valentina Moro, Aikaterini Fotopoulou (2021). Updating beliefs beyond the here-and-now: the counter-factual self in anosognosia for hemiplegia. Brain Communications Vol 3
  • Lucia Ricciardi, Veronica Nisticò, Elisa Andrenelli, Joana Macedo Cunha, Benedetta Demartini, Louise Kirsch, Laura Crucianelli, Mahinda Yogarajah, Francesca Morgante, Aikaterini Fotopoulou, Mark Edwards (2021). Exploring three levels of interoception in people with functional motor disorders. Parkinsonism and Related Disorders Vol 86 Pages 15-18.
  • Xavier Job, Louise Kirsch, Sandra Inard, Gabriel Arnold, Malika Auvray (2021). Spatial perspective taking is related to social intelligence and attachment style. Personality and Individual Differences Vol 168 Pages 109726.
  • Louise Kirsch, Xavier Job, Malika Auvray, Vincent Hayward (2020). Harnessing Tactile Waves to Measure Skin-to-Skin Interactions. Behavior Research Methods
  • Louise Kirsch, Xavier Job, Malika Auvray (2020). Mixing up the Senses: Sensory Substitution Is Not a Form of Artificially Induced Synaesthesia. Multisensory Research Pages 1-26.
  • Louise Kirsch, Sahba Besharati, Christina Papadaki, Laura Crucianelli, Sara Bertagnoli, Nick Ward, Valentina Moro, Paul Jenkinson, Aikaterini Fotopoulou (2020). Damage to the right insula disrupts the perception of affective touch. eLife Vol 9 Pages e47895.