Dr James Moore
I study the conscious experience of controlling voluntary action. This feature of action experience is often referred to as the sense of agency. The aim of my research is to identify both the cognitive processes that contribute to the sense of agency, and the underlying neuroanatomy. A parallel research interest is in disorders of the sense of agency that are associated with certain disease states, such as Schizophrenia and Parkinson’s Disease. The aim of this work is to link aberrant agency experiences with aberrant cognitive and neural processes.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
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Coull JT, Morgan H, Cambridge VC, Moore JW, Giorlando F, Adapa R, Corlett PR, Fletcher PC (2011), “Ketamine perturbs perception of the flow of time in healthy volunteers.” Psychopharmacology (Berl) Details
Moore JW, Dickinson A, Fletcher PC (2011), “Sense of agency, associative learning, and schizotypy.” Conscious Cogn Details
Moore JW, Turner DC, Corlett PR, Arana FS, Morgan HL, Absalom AR, Adapa R, de Wit S, Everitt JC, Gardner JM, Pigott JS, Haggard P, Fletcher PC (2011), “Ketamine administration in healthy volunteers reproduces aberrant agency experiences associated with schizophrenia.” Cogn Neuropsychiatry :1-18 Details
Hauser M, Moore JW, de Millas W, Gallinat J, Heinz A, Haggard P, Voss M (2010), “Sense of agency is altered in patients with a putative psychotic prodrome.” Schizophr Res Details
Moore JW, Haggard P (2010), “Intentional binding and higher order agency experience.” Conscious Cogn 19(1):490-1 Details
Moore JW, Ruge D, Wenke D, Rothwell J, Haggard P (2010), “Disrupting the experience of control in the human brain: pre-supplementary motor area contributes to the sense of agency.” Proc Biol Sci 277(1693):2503-9 Details
Moore JW, Schneider SA, Schwingenschuh P, Moretto G, Bhatia KP, Haggard P (2010), “Dopaminergic medication boosts action-effect binding in Parkinson's disease.” Neuropsychologia 48(4):1125-32 Details
Voss M, Moore J, Hauser M, Gallinat J, Heinz A, Haggard P (2010), “Altered awareness of action in schizophrenia: a specific deficit in predicting action consequences.” Brain 133(10):3104-12 Details
McManus IC, Freegard M, Moore J, Rawles R (2009), “Science in the Making: Right Hand, Left Hand. II: The duck-rabbit figure.” Laterality :1-20 Details
McManus IC, Moore J, Freegard M, Rawles R (2009), “Science in the Making: Right Hand, Left Hand. III: Estimating historical rates of left-handedness.” Laterality :1-23 Details
McManus IC, Rawles R, Moore J, Freegard M (2009), “Science in the making: Right hand, left hand I: A BBC television programme broadcast in 1953.” Laterality :1-30 Details
Moore JW, Lagnado D, Deal DC, Haggard P (2009), “Feelings of control: contingency determines experience of action.” Cognition 110(2):279-83 Details
Moore JW, Wegner DM, Haggard P (2009), “Modulating the sense of agency with external cues.” Conscious Cogn 18(4):1056-64 Details
Moore J, Haggard P (2008), “Awareness of action: Inference and prediction.” Conscious Cogn 17(1):136-44 Details
Moore, J, Haggard, P (2006), “Commentary on ‘How something can be said about telling more than we can know: On choice blindness and introspection’” Conscious Cogn 15(4): 693-696