Publications

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2020

  • Murray, C. A., Glicksohn, A.,  Lelo de Larrea-Mancera, E. S., Shams, L., Seitz, A. (in press) Revealing multisensory benefit with the drift diffusion model. Mathematical Psychology. Impact factor: 2.18
  • Hirst, R. J., McGovern, D. P., Setti, A., Shams, L., Newell, F. N., (in press) What you see is what you hear: 20 years of research using the Sound-induced flash illusion. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. Impact factors: 8.33 

2019

  • Samad, M., Ralph-Nearman, C., Hellemann, G., Khalsa, S., Shams, L., Feusner, J. (2019). Disturbed eating and body dysmorphic symptoms in a young adult sample are separable constructs that each show a mixture of distributions. Assessment. 1-9. doi:10.1177/1073191119879241. Impact factor: 3.19 

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2009

  • Shams, L. (2009) Crossmodal sensory integration. In P. Wilkens, T. Bayne, & A. Cleeremans. (Eds.), Oxford companion to consciousness. Oxford University Press, pp. 211-212.

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2005

2002 – 2004

  • Shams, L., Kamitani, Y., & Shimojo, S., (2004). Modulations of visual percepion by sound. In Calvert, G., Spence, C., & Stein, B. E. (Editors), Handbook of Multisensory Processes. MIT Press, pp. 27-34.

2001 and earlier

  • Shams, L., Kamitani, Y., & Shimojo, S. (2000). What you see is what you hear. Nature, 408, 788. Impact Factor: 41.46 
  • Shams, L., & von der Malsburg, C.  (1999). Are object shape primitives learnable?   NeuroComputing, 26-27, 855-863. Impact Factor: 1.82 
  • Shams, L., & Fiser, J. (1998). A model for development of cortical lateral connectivities using motion information. In J. Bower (Ed.), Computational NeuroScience: Trends in Research (pp. 515-518). New York, NY: Plenum Press.