Takahashi, C. & Braithwaite, J.J. (2014, September).
Cortical Hyperexcitability is associated with the Out-of-Body Experiences in Non-Clinical Hallucinators:
Evidence from a tDCS study.
British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience(BACN) Annual Scientific Meeting, in York, UK.
Takahashi, C. & Braithwaite, J.J. (2014, June).
The presence of aberrant perceptions and hallucination reflects a hyperexcitable cortex:
Evidence form a Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) study on non-clinical halluninators.
The 25th Anniversary Conference of the British Neuropsychological Society (BNS), in Oxford, UK.
Takahashi, C. & Watt, S. (2012, June).
Visual and haptic cue weights are varied in consequence of haptic reliability
changes introduced by tool geometry.
The Multisensory Integration Meeting, University of Birminghan, UK.
Takahashi, C. & Watt, S. (2011, October).
Visual-haptic integration: cue weights are varied appropriately,
to account for changes in haptic reliability introduced by using a tool.
The 12th International Multisensory Research Forum, Fukuoka, Japan.
Takahashi, C. & Watt, S. (2010, August). Visual-haptic integration during tool use:
perceived size from haptics is rescaled to take account of tool geometry.
The 33rd European Conference on Visual Perception, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Takahashi, C., Diedrichsen, J., & Watt, S. (2009, May). Visual-haptic integration:
Evidence for dynamic rescaling of visual and haptic signals during tool use.
The 9th Annual Meeting of Vision Science Society, Naples, Florida.
Takahashi, C., Diedrichsen, J., & Watt, S. (2008, May).
The brain integrates visual and haptic information from different spatial locations when using a tool.
The 8th Annual Meeting of Vision Science Society, Naples, Florida.
Takahashi, C., Diedrichsen, J., & Watt, S. (2008, April).
Tool use modifies the integration of information from vision and haptics.
Body Representation Workshop at Nottingham University, Nottingham.
(*) The first prize poster presentation competition