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Czekóová, Kristína, Shaw, Daniel Joel, Saxunova, K., Dufek, M., Marecek, R., Vanicek, J. and Brazdil, M. (2019). Impaired Self-Other Distinction and Subcortical Gray-Matter Alterations Characterize Socio-Cognitive Disturbances in Multiple Sclerosis. Frontiers in Neurology, 10 (MAY),

Shaw, Daniel Joel, Czekóová, Kristína, Gajdos, M., Stanek, R., Spalek, J. and Brazdil, M. (2019). Social decision making in the brain:Input-state-output modelling reveals patterns of effective connectivity underlying reciprocal choices. Human Brain Mapping, 40 (2), pp. 699-712.

Spilakova, B., Shaw, Daniel Joel, Czekóová, Kristína and Brazdil, M. (2019). Dissecting social interaction:Dual-fMRI reveals patterns of interpersonal brain-behavior relationships that dissociate among dimensions of social exchange. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 14 (2), 225–235.

Shaw, D. J., Czekóová, K., Pennington, C. R., Qureshi, A. W., Špiláková, B., Salazar, M., Brázdil, M. and Urbánek, T. (2018). You ≠ me: individual differences in the structure of social cognition. Psychological Research ,

Shaw, Daniel J., Czekóová, Kristína, Staněk, Rostislav, Mareček, Radek, Urbánek, Tomáš, Špalek, Jiří, Kopečková, Lenka, Řezáč, Jan and Brázdil, Milan (2018). A dual-fMRI investigation of the iterated Ultimatum Game reveals that reciprocal behaviour is associated with neural alignment. Scientific Reports, 8 (1),

Czekóová, Kristína, Zemánková, Petra, Shaw, Daniel J. and Bareš, Martin (2017). Social cognition and idiopathic isolated cervical dystonia. Journal of Neural Transmission, 124 (9), pp. 1097-1104.

Shaw, Daniel Joel, Czekóová, Kristína and Porubanová, Michaela (2016). Orthogonal-compatibility effects confound automatic imitation:implications for measuring self–other distinction. Psychological Research, 81 (6), pp. 1152-1165.

Czekóová, Kristína, Shaw, Daniel J. and Urbánek, Tomáš (2016). Personality Systems, Spirituality, and Existential Well-Being:A Person-Centered Perspective. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality ,

Brázdil, Milan, Cimbálník, Jan, Roman, Robert, Shaw, Daniel J., Stead, Matt M., Daniel, Pavel, Jurák, Pavel and Halámek, Josef (2015). Impact of cognitive stimulation on ripples within human epileptic and non-epileptic hippocampus. BMC Neuroscience, 16 (1),

Czekóová, Kristína, Shaw, Daniel J., Janoušová, Eva and Urbánek, Tomáš (2015). It's all in the past:Temporal-context effects modulate subjective evaluations of emotional visual stimuli, regardless of presentation sequence. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 ,

Zelinková, Jana, Shaw, Daniel J., Mareček, Radek, Mikl, Michal, Urbánek, Tomas, Havlíková, Darina, Zámečník, Petr, Haitová, Petra and Brázdil, Milan (2014). An evaluation of traffic-awareness campaign videos:Empathy induction is associated with brain function within superior temporal sulcus. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 10 (1),

Porubanova, Michaela, Shaw, Daniel Joel, McKay, Ryan and Xygalatas, Dimitris (2014). Memory for expectation-violating concepts:The effects of agents and cultural familiarity. PLoS ONE, 9 (4),

Shaw, Daniel Joel, Czekóová, Kristína, Chromec, Jakub, Mareček, Radek and Brázdil, Milan (2013). Copying you copying me:Interpersonal motor co-ordination influences automatic imitation. PLoS ONE, 8 (12),

Filip, Pavel, Lungu, Ovidiu V., Shaw, Daniel J., Kasparek, Tomas and Bareš, Martin (2013). The mechanisms of movement control and time estimation in cervical dystonia patients. Neural Plasticity, 2013 ,

Shaw, Daniel J., Grosbras, Marie Helene, Leonard, Gabriel, Pike, G. Bruce and Paus, Tomáš (2012). Development of the action observation network during early adolescence: A longitudinal study. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 7 (1), pp. 64-80.

Shaw, Daniel J., Grosbras, Marie Helene, Leonard, Gabriel, Pike, G. Bruce and Paus, Tomáš (2011). Development of functional connectivity during adolescence:A longitudinal study using an action-observation paradigm. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23 (12), pp. 3713-3724.

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