Dr Stergios Makris
Dr Stergios Makris
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Edge Hill University
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Viewing objects and planning actions: On the potentiation of grasping behaviours by visual objects
S Makris, AA Hadar, K Yarrow
Brain and cognition 77 (2), 257-264, 2011
Neural underpinnings of superior action prediction abilities in soccer players
S Makris, C Urgesi
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 10 (3), 342-351, 2015
Are object affordances fully automatic? A case of covert attention.
S Makris, AA Hadar, K Yarrow
Behavioral neuroscience 127 (5), 797, 2013
The truth-telling motor cortex: Response competition in M1 discloses deceptive behaviour
AA Hadar, S Makris, K Yarrow
Biological Psychology 89 (2), 495-502, 2012
Dissociated representations of deceptive intentions and kinematic adaptations in the observer's motor system
A Finisguerra, L Amoruso, S Makris, C Urgesi
Cerebral Cortex 28 (1), 33-47, 2018
Binocular vision enhances a rapidly evolving affordance priming effect: behavioural and TMS evidence
S Makris, S Grant, AA Hadar, K Yarrow
Brain and cognition 83 (3), 279-287, 2013
A dance movement psychotherapy intervention for the wellbeing of children with an autism spectrum disorder: a pilot intervention study
S Aithal, V Karkou, S Makris, T Karaminis, J Powell
Frontiers in psychology 12, 588418, 2021
Continuous theta burst transcranial magnetic stimulation of the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex impairs inhibitory control and increases alcohol consumption
A McNeill, RL Monk, AW Qureshi, S Makris, D Heim
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18, 1198-1206, 2018
A systematic review of the contribution of dance movement psychotherapy towards the well-being of children with autism spectrum disorders
S Aithal, Z Moula, V Karkou, T Karaminis, J Powell, S Makris
Frontiers in psychology 12, 719673, 2021
Single-pulse TMS related syncopal spell in a healthy subject
AA Hadar, S Makris, K Yarrow
Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in …, 2012
Do experts see it in slow motion? Altered timing of action simulation uncovers domain-specific perceptual processing in expert athletes
CM Vicario, S Makris, C Urgesi
Psychological Research 81, 1201-1212, 2017
Impact of Dance Movement Psychotherapy on the wellbeing of caregivers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
S Aithal, V Karkou, S Makris, T Karaminis, J Powell
Public Health 200, 109-115, 2021
Elevated ad libitum alcohol consumption following continuous theta burst stimulation to the left-dorsolateral prefrontal cortex is partially mediated by changes in craving
AM McNeill, RL Monk, AW Qureshi, S Makris, V Cazzato, D Heim
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 22 (1), 160-170, 2022
Evidence of altered fear extinction learning in individuals with high vaccine hesitancy during COVID-19 pandemic
CM Vicario, S Makris, L Culicetto, C Lucifora, A Falzone, G Martino, ...
Clinical Neuropsychiatry 20 (4), 364, 2023
Implicit preference towards slim bodies and weight-stigma modulate the understanding of observed familiar actions
V Cazzato, S Makris
Psychological Research 83 (8), 1825-1835, 2019
Cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation of the extrastriate visual cortex modulates implicit anti-fat bias in male, but not female, participants
V Cazzato, S Makris, C Urgesi
Neuroscience 359, 92-104, 2017
Sport neuroscience revisited (?): a commentary
S Makris
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 929, 2014
Group membership and racial bias modulate the temporal estimation of in-group/out-group body movements
V Cazzato, S Makris, JC Flavell, CM Vicario
Experimental Brain Research 236, 2427-2437, 2018
Sport performance: Motor expertise and observational learning in sport.
C Urgesi, S Makris
Cambridge University Press, 2016
P 148. Anticipatory motor simulation of deceptive actions in soccer players
S Makris, C Urgesi
Clinical Neurophysiology 124 (10), e134, 2013
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