Dr Lincoln Colling
http://research.colling.net.nz (personal home page)
My primary research area is focused on understanding the neural basis of developmental dyslexia. I have secondary interests in action observation, motor prediction, sensory-motor synchronisation, EEG/MEG methodology, and philosophy of neuroscience and cognition.
Associated News Items
Colling LJ, Thompson WF, Sutton J (2014), “The effect of movement kinematics on predicting the timing of observed actions.” Exp Brain Res 232(4):1193-206 Details
Colling LJ, Williamson K (2014), “Entrainment and motor emulation approaches to joint action: Alternatives or complementary approaches?” Front Hum Neurosci 8:754 Details
Colling LJ, Knoblich G, Sebanz N (2013), “How does "mirroring" support joint action?” Cortex 49(10):2964-5 Details
Hautus MJ, Johnson BW, Colling LJ (2009), “Event-related potentials for interaural time differences and spectral cues.” Neuroreport 20(10):951-6 Details