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Mills, K.L., Goddings, A-L., Herting, M.M., Meuwese, R., Blakemore, S-J., Crone, E.A., Dahl, R.E., Güroglu, B., Raznahan, A., Sowell, E.R. & Tamnes, C.K. Structural brain development between childhood and adulthood: Convergence across four longitudinal samples. Neuroimage. In press.
Foulkes, L. & Blakemore, S-J. (2016). Is there heightened sensitivity to social reward in adolescence? Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 40, 81-85.
Palminteri, S, Kilford, EJ, Coricelli, G & Blakemore, S-J. (2016). The computational development of reinforcement learning during adolescence. PLOS Computational Biology. 12 (6), 1-25.
Dumontheil, I., Wolf, L.K. & Blakemore, S-J. (2016). Audience effects on the neural correlates of relational reasoning in adolescence. Neuropsychologia. 87, 85-95
Mills, K.L., Dumontheil, I., Speekenbrink, M. & Blakemore, S-J. (2015). Multitasking during social interactions in adolescence and early adulthood. Royal Society Open Science. 2(11), 150117
Fuhrmann, D., Knoll, L.J. & Blakemore, S-J. (2015). Adolescence as a sensitive period of brain development. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 19(10), 558-566.
Wolf, L.K., Bazargani, N., Kilford, E.J., Dumontheil. I. & Blakemore, S-J (2015). The audience effect in adolescence depends on who's looking over your shoulder. Journal of Adolescence, 43, 5-14.
Kilford, E.J.* Dumontheil, I.* Wood, N.W. & Blakemore, S-J. (2015). Influence of COMT genotype and affective distractors on the processing of self-generated thought. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 10, 777-782. *Joint first authors.
Menzies, L.* Goddings, A-L.* Whitaker, K.J. Blakemore, S-J. & Viner, R.M. (2015). The effects of puberty on white matter development. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 11, 116-128. *Joint first authors.
Hillebrandt, H. Friston, K.J. & Blakemore, S-J. (2014). Effective connectivity during animacy perception - dynamic causal modelling of Human Connectome Project data. Nature Scientific Reports, 4, 6240.
Feldstein Ewing, S.W. Sakhardande, A. & Blakemore, S-J. (2014). The effect of alcohol consumption on the adolescent brain: a systematic review of MRI and fMRI studies of alcohol-using youth. Neuroimage: Clinical, 5, 420-437.
Dumontheil, I.* Jensen, S.K.G.* Wood, N.W. Meyer, M.L. Lieberman, M.D. & Blakemore, S-J. (2014). Preliminary investigation of the influence of dopamine regulating genes on social working memory. Social Neuroscience, 9, 437-451 *Joint first authors.
Mills, K.L. Goddings, A-L. & Blakemore, S-J. (2014). Drama in the teenage brain. Frontiers for Young Minds, 2, 1-5.
Mills, K.L.* Goddings, A-L.* Clasen, L.S. Giedd, J.N. & Blakemore, S-J. (2014). The developmental mismatch in structural brain maturation during adolescence. Developmental Neuroscience, 36, 147-160. *Joint first authors.
Fett, A.K. Shergill, S.S. Gromann, P.M. Dumontheil, I. Blakemore, S-J. Yakub, F. & Krabbendam, L. (2014). Trust and social reciprocity in adolescence - a matter of perspective-taking. Journal of Adolescence, 37, 175-184.
Blakemore, S-J. & Mills, K.L. (2014). Is adolescence a sensitive period for sociocultural processing? Annual Review of Psychology, 65, 187-207.
Goddings, A-L. Mills, K.L. Clasen, L.S. Giedd, J.N. Viner, R.M. & Blakemore, S-J. (2014). The influence of puberty on subcortical brain development. Neuroimage, 88, 242-251.
Mills, K.L. Lalonde, F. Clasen, L. Giedd, J.N. & Blakemore, S-J. (2014). Developmental changes in the structure of the social brain in late childhood and adolescence. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 9, 123-131.
Moutsiana, C. Garrett, N. Clarke, R.C. Lotto, B. Blakemore, S-J. & Sharot, T. (2013). Human development of the ability to learn from bad news. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 110, 16396-1640.
Klapwijk, E.T. Goddings, A-L. Burnett Heyes, S. Bird, G. Viner, R.M. & Blakemore, S-J. (2013). Increased functional connectivity with puberty in the mentalising network involved in social emotion processing. Hormones & Behavior, 64, 314-322.
Wolf, L.K. Wright, N.D. Kilford, E.J. Dolan, R.J. & Blakemore, S-J.
(2013). Developmental changes in effects of risk and valence on adolescent
decision-making. Cognitive Development, 28,
Cook, J. Blakemore, S-J. & Press, C. (2013). Atypical basic movement kinematics in autism spectrum conditions. Brain, 136, 2816-2824.
Cook, J. Swapp, D. Pan, X. Bianchi-Berthouze, N. & Blakemore, S-J. (2013). Atypical interference effect of action observation in autism spectrum conditions. Psychological Medicine, 44, 731-40.
Hillebrandt, H. Dumontheil, I. Blakemore, S-J. & Roiser, J.P. (2013). Dynamic Causal Modelling of effective connectivity during perspective taking in a communicative task. Neuroimage, 76, 116-124.
Cohen Kadosh, K. Johnson, M.H. Dick, F. Cohen Kadosh, R. & Blakemore, S-J. (2013). Effects of age, task performance, and structural brain development on face processing. Cerebral Cortex, 23, 1630-1642.
Barbalat, G. Bazargani, N. & Blakemore, S.J. (2013). The Influence of Prior Expectations on Emotional Face Perception in Adolescence. Cerebral Cortex, 23, 1542-1551.
Weil, L.G. Fleming, S.M. Dumontheil, I. Kilford, E.J. Weil, R.S. Rees, G. Dolan, R.J. & Blakemore, S-J. (2013). The development of metacognitive ability in adolescence. Consciousness & Cognition, 22, 264-271.
Cohen Kadosh, K.C. Johnson, M.H. Henson, R.N.A. Dick, F. & Blakemore, S-J. (2013). Differential face-network adaptation in children, adolescents and adults. Neuroimage, 69, 11-20.
Blakemore, S-J. (2013). Teenage kicks: cannabis and the teenage brain. The Lancet, 381, 888-889.
Blakemore, S-J. & Robbins, T.W. (2012). Decision-making in the adolescent brain. Nature Neuroscience 15, 1184-1191
Cook, J.L. Barbalat, G. & Blakemore, S-J. (2012). Top-down modulation of the perception of other people in schizophrenia and autism. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6, 175
Sebastian, C.L. Fontaine, N.M.G. Bird, G. Blakemore, S-J. De Brito, S.A. McCrory, E.J.P. & Viding, E. (2012) Neural processing associated with cognitive and affective Theory of Mind in adolescents and adults. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 7, 53-63
Dumontheil, I. Hillebrandt, H. Apperly, I.A. & Blakemore, S-J. (2012). Developmental differences in the control of action selection by social information. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 24, 2080-2095
Blakemore, S-J. (2012). Development of the social brain in adolescence. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 105, 111–116
Sawyer, S.M. Afifi, R.A. Bearinger, L.H. Blakemore, S-J. Dick, B. Ezeh, A.C. & Patton, G.C. (2012). Adolescence: a foundation for future health. Lancet 379, 1630-1640
Goddings, A-L. Burnett Heyes, S. Bird, G. Viner, R.M. & Blakemore, S-J. (2012). The relationship between puberty and social emotion processing. Developmental Science 15, 801-811
Pfeifer, J.H. & Blakemore, S-J. (2012). Adolescent social cognitive and affective neuroscience: past, present, and future. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 7, 1–10
Blakemore, S-J. & Bunge, S. (2012). At the Nexus of Neuroscience and Education. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 2, 1-5
Barbalat, G. Rouault, M. Bazargani, N. Shergill, S. & Blakemore, S-J. (2012) The influence of prior expectations on facial expression discrimination in schizophrenia. Psychological Medicine 42, 2301-2311
Blakemore S-J. (2012). Imaging brain development: The adolescent brain. Neuroimage 61, 397-406
Dumontheil, I. & Blakemore, S-J. (2012). Social cognition and abstract thought in adolescence: The role of structural and functional development in rostral prefrontal cortex. British Journal of Educational Psychology Monograph Series II(8), 99-113
Burnett, S. Thompson, S.S. Bird, G. & Blakemore, S-J. (2011) Pubertal development of the understanding of social emotions: implications for education. Learning and Individual Differences 21, 681-689
Sebastian, C. & Blakemore, S-J. (2011). Understanding the neural response to social rejection in adolescents with autism spectrum disorders: A commentary on Masten et al., McPartland et al. and Bolling et al. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 1, 256-259
Viding, E. McCrory, E.J. Blakemore, S-J. & Frederickson, N. (2011). Behavioural problems and bullying at school: can cognitive neuroscience shed new light on an old problem? Trends in Cognitive Sciences 15, 289-291
Sebastian, C.L. Tan, G.C.Y. Roiser, J.P. Viding, E. Dumontheil, I. & Blakemore, S-J. (2011). Developmental influences on the neural bases of responses to social rejection: implications of social neuroscience for education. NeuroImage 57, 686-694
Blakemore, S-J. Dahl, R.D. Frith, U. & Pine, D.S. (2011). Editorial. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 1, 3-6
Burnett, S. Sebastian, C. Cohen-Kadosh, K. & Blakemore, S-J. (2011). The social brain in adolescence: Evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging and behavioural studies. Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews 35, 1654–1664
Press, C. Cook, J. Blakemore, S-J. & Kilner, J. (2011). Dynamic Modulation of Human Motor Activity When Observing Actions. Journal of Neuroscience 31, 2792-2800
Press, C. Cook, J. Blakemore, S-J. & Kilner, J. (2011). Dynamic Modulation of Human Motor Activity When Observing Actions. Journal of Neuroscience 31, 2792-2800. Supplementary figure.
Blakemore, S-J. (2010). The developing social brain: implications for education. Neuron 65, 744-747
Burnett, S. Bault, N. Coricelli, G. & Blakemore, S-J. (2010). Adolescents’ heightened risk-seeking in a probabilistic gambling task. Cognitive Development 25, 183-196
Dumontheil, I. Küster, O. Apperly, I.A. & Blakemore, S-J. (2010). Taking perspective into account in a communicative task. Neuroimage 52, 1574-1583
Sebastian, C. Roiser, J. Tan, G. Viding, E. Wood, N. & Blakemore, S-J. (2010). Effects of age and MAOA genotype on the neural processing of social rejection. Genes, Brain and Behavior 9, 628-637
Chaminade, T. Zecca, M. Blakemore, S-J. Takanishi, A. Frith, C.D. Micera, S. Dario, P. Rizzolatti, G. Gallese, V. & Umiltà, M.A. (2010). Brain response to a humanoid robot in areas implicated in the perception of human emotional gestures. PLoS ONE 5, e11577
Blakemore, S-J. Burnett, S. & Dahl, R. (2010). The role of puberty in the developing adolescent brain. Human Brain Mapping 31, 926-933
Hillebrandt, H., Sebastian, C., & Blakemore, S-J. (2010). Experimentally induced social inclusion influences behavior on trust games. Cognitive Neuroscience 2, 27-33
Dumontheil, I. Houlton, R. Christoff, K. & Blakemore, S-J. (2010). Development of relational reasoning during adolescence. Developmental Science 13, F15-24
Saygin, A.P. Cook, J. & Blakemore, S-J. (2010). Unaffected perceptual thresholds for biological and non-biological form-from-motion perception in autism spectrum conditions. PLoS One. 5, e13491
Sebastian, C. Viding, E. Williams, K. & Blakemore, S-J. (2010). Social brain development and the affective consequences of ostracism in adolescence. Brain & Cognition 72, 134-145
Choudhury, S. Charman, T. & Blakemore, S-J. (2008). Development of the teenage brain. Mind, Brain & Education 2, 142-147
Boraston, Z.L. Corden, B. Miles, L.K. Skuse, D.H. & Blakemore S-J. (2008). Perception of genuine and posed smiles by individuals with autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 38, 574-580
Burnett, S. Bird, G. Moll, J. Frith, C. & Blakemore, S-J. (2009). Development during adolescence of the neural processing of social emotion. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21, 1736-1750
Cook, J. Saygin, A.P. Swain, R. & Blakemore, S-J. (2009). Reduced sensitivity to minimum-jerk biological motion in autism spectrum conditions. Neuropsychologia 47, 3275-3278
Dumontheil, I. Apperly, I.A. & Blakemore, S-J. (2010). Online usage of theory of mind continues to develop in late adolescence. Developmental Science 13, 331-338
Burnett, S. & Blakemore, S-J. Functional connectivity during a social emotion task in adolescents and adults. European Journal of Neuroscience 29, 1294-1301
Sebastian, C. Blakemore, S-J. & Charman, T.(2009). Reactions to ostracism in adolescents with autism spectrum conditions. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 39, 1122-1130
Blakemore, S-J. (2008). The social brain in adolescence. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9, 267-277
Dumontheil, I. Burgess, P. & Blakemore, S-J. (2008). Development of rostral prefrontal cortex and cognitive and behavioural disorders. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 50, 168-181
Blakemore, S-J. (2008). Development of the social brain during adolescence. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61, 40-49
Kilner, J.M. Hamilton, A.F. & Blakemore, S-J. (2007). Interference effect of observed human movement on action is due to velocity profile of biological motion. Social Neuroscience 3, 158–166
Blakemore, S-J. den Ouden, H. Choudhury, S. & Frith, C. (2007). Adolescent development of the neural circuitry for thinking about intentions. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 2, 130-139.
Boraston, Z. & Blakemore, S-J. (2007). The application of eye-tracking technology in the study of autism. Journal of Physiology 581, 893-898
Choudhury, S. Charman, T. Bird, V. & Blakemore, S-J. (2007). Adolescent development of motor imagery in a visually guided pointing task. Consciousness and Cognition 16, 886-896
Boraston, Z. Blakemore, S-J. Chilvers, R. & Skuse, D. (2006). Impaired sadness recognition is linked to social interaction deficit in autism. Neuropsychologia 45, 1501-1510
Viding, E. & Blakemore, S-J. (2006). Endophenotype approach to the study of developmental psychopathology: implications for autism. Behavior Genetics 37, 51-60
Choudhury, S. Bird, V. Charman, T. & Blakemore, S-J. (2007). Development of action representation during adolescence. Neuropsychologia 45, 255-262
Choudhury, S. Blakemore, S-J. & Charman, T. (2007). Social cognitive development during adolescence. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 1, 165–174
Blakemore, S-J. & Choudhury, S. (2006). Development of the adolescent brain: implications for executive function and social cognition. Journal of Child Psychiatry and Psychology 47, 296-312
Blakemore, S-J. Tavassoli, T. Calò, S. Thomas, R.M. Catmur, C. Frith, U. & Haggard, P. (2006). Tactile sensitivity in Asperger syndrome. Brain and Cognition 61, 5-13
den Ouden, H.E.M. Frith, U. Frith, C. & Blakemore, S-J. (2005). Thinking about intentions. Neuroimage 28, 787-796
Howard-Jones, P.A. Blakemore, S-J. Samuel, E.A. Summers, I.R. & Claxton, G. (2005). Semantic divergence and creative story generation: an fMRI investigation. Cognitive Brain Research 25, 240-250
Blakemore, S-J. & Frith, U. (2005). The Learning Brain: Lessons for Education: a précis. Developmental Science 8, 459-471
Blakemore, S-J. Bristow, D. Bird, G. Frith, C. & Ward, J. (2005). Somatosensory activations during the observation of touch and a case of vision-touch synesthesia. Brain 128, 1571-1583
Blakemore, S-J. & Frith, C.D. (2005). The role of motor contagion in the prediction of action. Neuropsychologia 43, 260-267.
Kilner, J.M. Vargas, C. Duval, S. Blakemore S-J. & Sirigu, A. (2004). Motor activation prior to observation of a predicted movement. Nature Neuroscience 7, 1299–1301
Blakemore, S-J. Winston, J. & Frith, U. (2004). Social Cognitive Neuroscience: where are we heading? Trends in Cognitive Science 8, 216-222
Blakemore, S-J. & Frith, U. (2004). How does the brain deal with the social world? NeuroReport 15, 119-128
Blakemore, S-J. (2003). Deluding the motor system. Consciousness and Cognition 12, 647-655
Blakemore, S-J. Sarfati, Y. Bazin, N. & Decety, J. (2003). The detection of intentional contingencies in simple animations in patients with delusions of persecution. Psychological Medicine 33, 1433-1441
Blakemore, S-J. & Sirigu, A. (2003). Action prediction in the cerebellum and in the parietal cortex. Experimental Brain Research 153, 239-245
Blakemore, S-J. Boyer, P. Pachot-Clouard, M. Meltzoff, A. Segebarth, C. & Decety, J. (2003). The detection of contingency and animacy from simple animations in the human brain. Cerebral Cortex 13, 837-844
Blakemore S-J. & Frith, C.D. (2003). Self-awareness and action. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 13, 219-224
Kilner, J.M. Paulignan, Y. & Blakemore S-J. (2003). An interference effect of observed biological movement on action. Current Biology 13, 522-525
Blakemore, S-J. Oakley, D.A. & Frith, C.D. (2003). Delusions of alien control in the normal brain. Neuropsychologia 41, 1058-1067
Blakemore, S-J. Wolpert, D.M. & Frith, C.D. (2002). Abnormalities in the awareness of action. Opinion in Trends in Cognitive Science 6, 237-242
Blakemore, S-J. Fonlupt, P. Pachot, M. Darmon, C. Boyer, P. Meltzoff, A. N. Segebarth, C. & Decety, J. (2001). How the brain perceives causality: an event-related fMRI study. NeuroReport 12, 3741-3746
Blakemore, S-J. & Decety, J. (2001). From the perception of action to the understanding of intention. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2, 561-567
Blakemore, S-J. Frith, C.D. & Wolpert, D.W. (2001). The cerebellum is involved in predicting the sensory consequences of action. NeuroReport 12, 1879-1885
Blakemore, S-J. Smith, J. Steel, R. Johnstone, E. & Frith, C.D. (2000). The perception of self-produced sensory stimuli in patients with auditory hallucinations and passivity experiences: Evidence for a breakdown in self-monitoring. Psychological Medicine 30, 1131-1139
Blakemore, S-J. Wolpert, D.M. & Frith, C.D. (2000). Why can't you tickle yourself? NeuroReport 11, 11-16
Frith, C.D. Blakemore, S-J. & Wolpert, D.M. (2000). Explaining the symptoms of schizophrenia: Abnormalities in the awareness of action. Brain Research Reviews 31, 357-363
Blakemore, S-J. Frith, C.D. Wolpert, D.W. (1999). Spatiotemporal prediction modulates the perception of self-produced stimuli. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 11, 551-559
Blakemore, S-J. Wolpert, D.M. & Frith, C.D. (1999). The cerebellum contributes to somatosensory cortical activity during self-produced tactile stimulation. Neuroimage 10, 448-459
Blakemore, S-J. Wolpert, D.M. & Frith, C.D. (1998). Central cancellation of self-produced tickle sensation. Nature Neuroscience 1, 635-640
Blakemore, S-J. Goodbody, S.J. & Wolpert, D.W. (1998). Predicting the consequences of our own actions: The role of sensorimotor context estimation. Journal of Neuroscience 18, 7511-7518
Blakemore, S-J. Rees, G. & Frith, C.D. (1998). How do we predict the consequences of our actions? A functional imaging study. Neuropsychologia 36, 521-529