Kayla D. Stone
Kayla D. Stone
Postdoctoral fellow at University of Calgary, Alberta Children's Hospital Research Institute
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Hand use for grasping in a bimanual task: evidence for different roles?
KD Stone, DC Bryant, CLR Gonzalez
Experimental Brain Research 224 (3), 455-467, 2013
562013
The influence of vision, touch, and proprioception on body representation of the lower limbs
KD Stone, A Keizer, HC Dijkerman
Acta Psychologica 185, 22-32, 2018
302018
Hand preference across the lifespan: effects of end-goal, task nature, and object location
CLR Gonzalez, JW Flindall, KD Stone
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1579, 2015
282015
The contributions of vision and haptics to reaching and grasping
KD Stone, CLR Gonzalez
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1403, 2015
252015
Grasping with the eyes of your hands: hapsis and vision modulate hand preference
KD Stone, CLR Gonzalez
Experimental brain research 232 (2), 385-393, 2014
212014
Peripersonal space boundaries around the lower limbs
KD Stone, M Kandula, A Keizer, HC Dijkerman
Experimental brain research 236 (1), 161-173, 2018
202018
Evidence for right-hand feeding biases in a left-handed population
JW Flindall, KD Stone, CLR Gonzalez
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 20 (3), 287-305, 2015
202015
The disappearing limb trick and the role of sensory suggestibility in illusion experience
KD Stone, F Bullock, A Keizer, HC Dijkerman
Neuropsychologia 117, 418-427, 2018
132018
Manual preferences for visually-and haptically-guided grasping
KD Stone, CLR Gonzalez
Acta psychologica 160, 1-10, 2015
102015
Grasping without sight: insights from the congenitally blind
KD Stone, CLR Gonzalez
PLoS One 9 (10), e110175, 2014
92014
Mental rotation of feet in individuals with Body Integrity Identity Disorder, lower-limb amputees, and normally-limbed controls
KD Stone, HC Dijkerman, R Bekrater-Bodmann, A Keizer
PloS one 14 (8), e0221105, 2019
82019
An investigation of lower limb representations underlying vision, touch, and proprioception in Body Integrity Identity Disorder
KD Stone, CAE Kornblad, MM Engel, HC Dijkerman, RM Blom, A Keizer
Frontiers in psychiatry 11, 15, 2020
72020
Individuals who experience autonomous sensory meridian response have higher levels of sensory suggestibility
A Keizer, TH Chang, CJ O’Mahony, NS Schaap, KD Stone
Perception 49 (1), 113-116, 2020
72020
Lower limb peripersonal space and the desire to amputate a leg
KD Stone, CAE Kornblad, MM Engel, HC Dijkerman, RM Blom, A Keizer
Psychological research 85 (3), 1221, 2021
42021
Grasping without vision: Hand preference in sighted and congenitally blind individuals
K Stone, C Gonzalez
JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE, 177-177, 2013
22013
Food for thought: A dissonance between healthcare utilization costs and research funding for eating disorders in Canada
K Stone, G Dimitropoulos, F MacMaster
PsyArXiv, 2021
12021
Food for thought: A dissonance between healthcare utilization costs and research funding for eating disorders in Canada
KD Stone, G Dimitropoulos, FP MacMaster
Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 30 (3 …, 2021
2021
Clinical Efficacy of rTMS Treatment and Functional Connectivity in Youth with Major Depressive Disorder
C Tapia, S Chenji, K Stone, R Swansburg, K Lyngberg, H Carlson, S Bray, ...
Biological Psychiatry 89 (9), S193, 2021
2021
Going out on a limb: Lower limb representations in individuals with and without Body Integrity Identity Disorder
KD Stone
Utrecht University, 2019
2019
Vision and haptics: how sensorimotor interactions influence grasping
KD Stone
Lethbridge, Alta.: University of Lethbridge, Dept. of Neuroscience, 2015
2015
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