Corinne Jola
Corinne Jola
Lecturer at Division of Social and Health Sciences - Psychology, Abertay University
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Neurocognitive control in dance perception and performance
B Bläsing, B Calvo-Merino, ES Cross, C Jola, J Honisch, CJ Stevens
Acta psychologica 139 (2), 300-308, 2012
Towards a sensorimotor aesthetics of performing art
B Calvo-Merino, C Jola, DE Glaser, P Haggard
Consciousness and cognition 17 (3), 911-922, 2008
Motor simulation without motor expertise: enhanced corticospinal excitability in visually experienced dance spectators
C Jola, A Abedian-Amiri, A Kuppuswamy, FE Pollick, MH Grosbras
PloS one 7 (3), e33343, 2012
The experience of watching dance: Phenomenological–neuroscience duets
C Jola, S Ehrenberg, D Reynolds
Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 11, 17-37, 2012
Proprioceptive integration and body representation: insights into dancers’ expertise
C Jola, A Davis, P Haggard
Experimental brain research 213, 257-265, 2011
Segmenting the body into parts: evidence from biases in tactile perception
F De Vignemont, A Majid, C Jola, P Haggard
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 62 (3), 500-512, 2009
Mental object rotation and egocentric body transformation: Two dissociable processes?
C Jola, FW Mast
Spatial Cognition & Computation 5 (2-3), 217-237, 2005
In the here and now: Enhanced motor corticospinal excitability in novices when watching live compared to video recorded dance
C Jola, MH Grosbras
Cognitive neuroscience 4 (2), 90-98, 2013
Uni-and multisensory brain areas are synchronised across spectators when watching unedited dance recordings
C Jola, P McAleer, MH Grosbras, SA Love, G Morison, FE Pollick
i-Perception 4 (4), 265-284, 2013
Arousal Decrease in Sleeping Beauty: Audiences' Neurophysiological Correlates to Watching a Narrative Dance Performance of two-and-a-half hours
C Jola, FE Pollick, MH Grosbras
Dance Research 29 (supplement), 378-403, 2011
Spectators’ aesthetic experience of sound and movement in dance performance: A transdisciplinary investigation.
M Reason, C Jola, R Kay, D Reynolds, JP Kauppi, MH Grobras, J Tohka, ...
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 10 (1), 42, 2016
Differences in fMRI intersubject correlation while viewing unedited and edited videos of dance performance
A Herbec, JP Kauppi, C Jola, J Tohka, FE Pollick
Cortex 71, 341-348, 2015
Injury, imagery, and self-esteem in dance healthy minds in injured bodies?
SM Nordin-Bates, IJ Walker, J Baker, J Garner, C Hardy, S Irvine, C Jola, ...
Journal of Dance Medicine & Science 15 (2), 76-85, 2011
Research and choreography: Merging dance and cognitive neuroscience
C Jola
The Neurocognition of Dance, 213-244, 2010
Motor imagery training improves precision of an upper limb movement in patients with hemiparesis
L Grabherr, C Jola, G Berra, R Theiler, FW Mast
NeuroRehabilitation 36 (2), 157-166, 2015
Neuronal bases of structural coherence in contemporary dance observation
A Bachrach, C Jola, C Pallier
NeuroImage 124, 464-472, 2016
The psychological validity of qualitative spatial reasoning in one dimension
M Knauff, G Strube, C Jola, R Rauh, C Schlieder
Spatial Cognition and Computation 4 (2), 167-188, 2004
The dancing queen: explanatory mechanisms of the'feel-good effect'in dance
C Jola, L Calmeiro
The Oxford handbook of dance and wellbeing, 13-40, 2017
“Some like it hot”: spectators who score high on the personality trait openness enjoy the excitement of hearing dancers breathing without music
C Jola, FE Pollick, B Calvo-Merino
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 718, 2014
Event segmentation and biological motion perception in watching dance
K Noble, D Glowinski, H Murphy, C Jola, P McAleer, N Darshane, ...
Art & Perception 2 (1-2), 59-74, 2014
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