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Gregory, Samantha E.A., Wang, Hongfang and Kessler, Klaus (2022). A dataset of EEG recordings from 47 participants collected during a virtual reality working memory task where attention was cued by a social avatar and non-social stick cue. Data in Brief, 41 ,

Gregory, Samantha E A, Wang, Hongfang and Kessler, Klaus (2021). EEG alpha and theta signatures of socially and non-socially cued working memory in virtual reality. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience ,

Huizeling, Eleanor, Wang, Hongfang, Holland, Carol and Kessler, Klaus (2021). Changes in theta and alpha oscillatory signatures of attentional control in older and middle age. European Journal of Neuroscience, 54 (1), pp. 4314-4337.

Huizeling, Eleanor, Wang, Hongfang, Holland, Carol and Kessler, Klaus (2021). Erratum: Huizeling, E.; et al. Age-Related Changes in Attentional Refocusing during Simulated Driving. Brain Sci. 2020, 10, 530. Brain Sciences, 11 (3), p. 1.

Huizeling, Eleanor, Wang, Hongfang, Holland, Carol and Kessler, Klaus (2020). Age-Related Changes in Attentional Refocusing during Simulated Driving. Brain Sciences, 10 (8), pp. 1-22.

Seymour, Robert, Wang, Hongfang, Rippon, Georgina M and Kessler, Klaus (2018). Oscillatory networks of high-level mental alignment::A perspective-taking MEG study. Neuroimage, 177 , pp. 98-107.

Gooding-Williams, Gerard, Wang, Hongfang and Kessler, Klaus (2017). THETA-rhythm makes the world go round:dissociative effects of TMS theta versus alpha entrainment of right pTPJ on embodied perspective transformations. Brain Topography, 30 (5), 561–564.

Wang, Hongfang, Callaghan, Eleanor, Gooding-Williams, Gerard, McAllister, Craig and Kessler, Klaus (2016). Rhythm makes the world go round:an MEG-TMS study on the role of right TPJ theta oscillations in embodied perspective taking. Cortex, 75 , pp. 68-81.

Kessler, Klaus, Cao, Liyu, O'Shea, Kieran J. and Wang, Hongfang (2014). A cross-culture, cross-gender comparison of perspective taking mechanisms. Proceeding of the Royal Society: Series B, 281 (1785),

Kessler, Klaus and Wang, Hongfang (2012). Spatial perspective taking is an embodied process, but not for everyone in the same way:differences predicted by sex and social skills score. Spatial cognition and computation, 12 (2-3), pp. 133-158.

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