Roni Maimon Mor
I'm interested in integrating tools from different disciplines (cognitive psychology, neuroimaging, rehabilitation, computational neuroscience), in order to gain a better understanding of brain plasticity to benefit real people with real life problems. Specifically, I'm focusing on the issue of low prosthesis usage in individuals with congenital and acquired limb loss. Looking at different aspects of prosthesis representation and control.
Talking with Your (Artificial) Hands: Communicative Hand Gestures as an Implicit Measure of Embodiment
Maimon-Mor RO. et al, (2020), iScience, 23, 101650 - 101650
Is an artificial limb embodied as a hand? Brain decoding in prosthetic limb users
Maimon-Mor RO. and Makin TR., (2020), PLOS Biology, 18, e3000729 - e3000729
Motor control drives visual bodily judgements
Maimon-Mor RO. et al, (2020), Cognition, 196, 104120 - 104120
Peri-hand space representation in the absence of a hand - Evidence from congenital one-handers.
Maimon-Mor RO. et al, (2017), Cortex, 95, 169 - 171