* presenting author
** supervised students

  • Barnett-Cowan M* (2016) Multisensory integration using an aging brain. XLVI Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). San Diego, United States of America.
  • Basharat A* **, Bedard G, Wise A, Adams M, Staines WR, Barnett-Cowan M (2016) Audiovisual simultaneity and temporal order in the young and elderly: an erp study. XLVI Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). San Diego, United States of America.
  • Wise A* **, Duncan R, Barnett-Cowan M (2016) Genetic determinants of multisensory integration. XLVI Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). San Diego, United States of America.
  • Chung W* **, Barnett-Cowan M (2016) Perceived timing of active head movement with and without visual feedback. XLVI Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). San Diego, United States of America.
  • McIlroy R* **, Barnett-Cowan M (2016) Perceived timing of a postural perturbation with and without visual feedback. XLVI Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). San Diego, United States of America.
  • Basharat A* **, Bedard G, Wise A, Adams M, Staines RW, Barnett-Cowan M (2016) A Within-Subjects Design to Assess Neural Processes of Perceived Simultaneity and Temporal Order in Young and Older Adults using EEG. Symposium on Aging Research (SoAR), Waterloo, Canada.
  • Bedard G* **, Barnett-Cowan M (2016) Preliminary assessment of perceived simultaneity and causality in young and old adults. Lake Ontario Visionary Establishment (LOVE) conference. Niagara Falls, Canada.
  • Rauhut J**, Lieng B**, Leyrer M, Barnett-Cowan M* (2016) The influence of body orientation relative to gravity on egocentric distance estimates in immersive virtual environments. Lake Ontario Visionary Establishment (LOVE) conference. Niagara Falls, Canada.
  • Lupo J* **, Barnett-Cowan M (2016) Perceived timing of auditory and inertial cues during a fall. International Society for Posture and Gait Research (ISPGR). Seville, Spain.
  • Bedard G*  **, Barnett-Cowan M (2016) A within-subjects design to assess perceived simultaneity and causality in young and old adults. Rotman Research Institute conference. Toronto, Canada.
  • Horr NK*, Barnett-Cowan M, Ernst MO, Di Luca M (2014) The shape of things to come: Temporal recalibration changes responses to unisensory stimuli. XV Annual Meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF). Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Buckingham G & Culham JC (2014) The "Verge-Weight" Illusion. Vision Sciences Society (VSS). St. Pete Beach, Florida.
  • Lupo J* ** & Barnett-Cowan M (2014) Perceived stability of composite material objects. Vision Sciences Society (VSS). St. Pete Beach, Florida.
  • Goodbourn PT*, Martini P, Barnett-Cowan M, Harris IM, Livesey EJ, & Holcombe AO (2014) Re-examining temporal selection errors during the attentional blink. Vision Sciences Society (VSS). St. Pete Beach, Florida.
  • Vesia M*, Barnett-Cowan M, Elahi B, Neva JL, Davare M, Staines WR, Culham JC & Chen R (2013) Selective modulation of interactions between areas of the dorsomedial pathway during the transport and grip formation of goal-directed hand actions. XLIII Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). San Diego, United States of America. (poster)
  • Lupo J** & Barnett-Cowan M* (2013) Perceived stability of material objects. Centre for Vision Research 2013 Conference: Interactions in Vision. Toronto, Canada. (poster)
  • Kim J*, Barnett-Cowan M & Macpherson E (2013) Integration of auditory input with vestibular and neck proprioceptive information in the interpretation of dynamic sound localization cues. XXI International Congress on Acoustics (ICA). Montreal, Canada. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2013) Advancing neuroscience education in local London secondary schools. VII Annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience. Toronto, Canada. (poster)
  • Lupo J* ** & Barnett-Cowan M (2013) Perceived stability of material objects. XLIII Annual Ontario Undergraduate Psychology Thesis Conference. Toronto, Canada. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2012) Perceptual timing of vestibular stimulation during multisensory integration. Association for Research in Otolaryngology 35th MidWinter Meeting. San Diego, United States of America. (invited talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2012) Vestibular perception is slow: implications for the study of consciousness. X Annual Conference in Philosophy of Mind, Language, and Cognitive Science. London, Canada. (invited talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2012) Vestibular contributions to gravity and time perception. Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, McMaster University. Hamilton, Canada. (invited talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2012) Decoding representations of gravity and time in the human brain. Department of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough. Toronto, Canada. (invited talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2012) Gravity's fundamental role for perception and action. Department of Psychology, Queen's University. Kingston, Canada. (invited talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2012) Multisensory determinants of orientation perception. Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School. Boston, United States of America. (invited talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2012) Our slow sixth sense. Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science. Kingston, Canada. (talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2012) Perceived timing of vestibular stimulation. XIII Annual Meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF). Oxford, United Kingdom. (talk) Abstract published in: Seeing and Perceiving 25: S206
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Snow JC & Culham JC (2012) Gravity dependent recognition of objects through active touch. XLII Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). New Orleans, United States of America. (talk)
  • Soyka F* **, Barnett-Cowan M, Robuffo Giordano P & Bülthoff HH (2012) Translations are processed slower than rotations: reaction times for self-motion stimuli predicted from vestibular organ dynamics. XXVII International Congress of the Bárány Society. Uppsala, Sweden. (talk)
  • Nesti A**, Masone C, Barnett-Cowan M, Robuffo Giordano P, Bülthoff HH & Pretto P* (2012) Roll rate thresholds and perceived realism in driving simulation. Driving Simulation Conference Europe 2012. Paris, France. (talk)
  • Soyka F* **, Barnett-Cowan M, Robuffo Giordano P & Bülthoff HH (2012) Temporal processing of self-motion: translations are processed slower than rotations. XIII Annual Meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF). Oxford, United Kingdom. (talk) Abstract published in: Seeing and Perceiving 25: S207-208
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Culham JC & Snow JC (2012) Haptic object recognition is influenced by the orientation of the body relative to gravity. XIII Annual Meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF). Oxford, United Kingdom. (poster) Abstract published in: Seeing and Perceiving 25: S122
  • Nesti A* **, Barnett-Cowan M, Bülthoff HH & Pretto P (2012) Roll rate thresholds in driving simulation. XIII Annual Meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF). Oxford, United Kingdom. (poster) Abstract published in: Seeing and Perceiving 25: S167
  • Raeder SM* **, Bülthoff HH & Barnett-Cowan M (2012) Persistent perceptual delay for head movement onset relative to auditory stimuli of different durations and rise times. XIII Annual Meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF). Oxford, United Kingdom. (poster) Abstract published in: Seeing and Perceiving 25: S32
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Culham JC & Snow JC (2012) The haptic perceptual upright. Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science. Kingston, Canada. (poster)
  • Nesti A* **, Barnett-Cowan M, MacNeilage P & Bülthoff HH (2012) Differential thresholds for vertical motion. XXII MüTüZü Ocular Motor Meeting, Zürich-Münich. (poster)
  • Soyka, F* **, Robuffo Giordano P, Barnett-Cowan M & Bülthoff HH (2012) Reaction times for self-motion detection. XXII MüTüZü Ocular Motor Meeting, Zürich-Münich. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2011) The “impaired” internal representation of the body in Parkinson’s disease. Centre of Neurology, Hertie-Institute for Clinical Brain Research. Tübingen, Germany. (invited talk)
  • Soyka F* **, de Winkel K, Barnett-Cowan M, Groen E & Bülthoff HH (2011) Integration of visual and vestibular information used to discriminate rotational self-motion. i-Perception 2(8) 855. (poster)
  • De Winkel K, Soyka K**, Barnett-Cowan M, Bülthoff HH & Groen E (2011) Multisensory integration in the perception of self-motion about an Earth-vertical yaw axis. Perception 40: S183. (poster)
  • Di Luca M*, Manchulla T, Barnett-Cowan M & Ernst MO (2011) Recalibration of audiovisual simultaneity. Bernstein Symposium on Multsensory Perception and Action. Tübingen, Germany. (talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Ernst MO & Bülthoff HH (2010) “Where is the sun?” The sun is ‘up’ in the eye of the beholder. Perception 39: S146. (poster)
  • Di Luca M* & Barnett-Cowan M (2010) Recalibration of audiovisual simultaneity changes detection threshold to sound but not to light. Perception 39: S187. (poster)
  • Fleming RW, Barnett-Cowan M* & Bülthoff HH (2010) Perceived object stability is affected by the internal representation of gravity. Perception 39: S109. (talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Meilinger T, Vidal M & Bülthoff HH (2010) Path navigation in the third dimension. Journal of Vestibular Research 20: 282:283. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Dyde RT, Fox SH, Moro E, Hutchison WD & Harris LR (2010) The “impaired” internal representation of the body in Parkinson’s disease. International Multisensory Research Forum Abstracts 2010: 44. (talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Nolan H, Butler JS, Foxe JJ, Reilly RB & Bülthoff HH (2010) Latent reaction time and event-related potentials to passive physical motion. International Multisensory Research Forum Abstracts 2010: 111. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Fleming RW & Bülthoff HH (2010) Perceived stability of objects changes when the body is tilted relative to gravity. International Multisensory Research Forum Abstracts 2010: 113. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Ernst MO & Bülthoff HH (2010) Change of the ‘light-from-above’ prior when the body is tilted relative to gravity. International Multisensory Research Forum Abstracts 2010: 114. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Nolan H, Butler JS, Foxe JJ, Reilly RB & Bülthoff HH (2010) Reaction time and event-related potentials to visual, auditory and vestibular stimuli. Journal of Vision 10(7). (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2010) Shape from shading and object stability seen from a different perspective. Centre for Vision Research, York University. Toronto, Canada. (invited talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M* & Harris LR (2009) Vestibular perception is slow. Centre for Vision Research 2009 Conference: Vision in 3D Environments. Toronto, Canada. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M* & Harris LR (2009) Vestibular perception is slow. International Multisensory Research Forum Abstracts 2009: 775. (poster)
  • Cadieux M*, Barnett-Cowan M & Shore DI (2009) Gender and vision in the crossed hands TOJ deficit. International Multisensory Research Forum Abstracts 2009: 685 (poster)
  • Cadieux M, Barnett-Cowan M & Shore DI* (2008) Crossed hands and conflicting reference frames. Neural Plasticity 2008 (poster)
  • Jenkin H*, Barnett-Cowan M, Dyde RT, Sanderson J, Jenkin M & Harris LR (2008) Left/right asymmetries in the contribution of body orientation to the perceptual upright. Journal of Vision 8(6): 1062. (poster)
  • Balaban DY* **, Barnett-Cowan M, Sanderson J & Harris LR (2008) Blood pressure response to roll depends on both visual and non-visual factors. Journal of Vision 8(6): 1064. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2008) Multisensory spatial perception. Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics. Tübingen, Germany. (invited talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Sanderson J, Dyde RT, Fox SH, Moro E, Hutchison WD & Harris LR (2007) The subjective visual vertical and the perceptual upright in Parkinson’s disease. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 33: 369.4/R15. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Thompson C**, Sanderson J, Dyde RT & Harris LR (2007) The subjective visual vertical and the perceptual upright in males and females. Perception 36:S206-207. (poster)
  • Jenkin H*, Barnett-Cowan M, Islam A**, Mazour E**, Sanderson J, Dyde RT, Jenkin MR & Harris LR (2007) The effect of tilt on the perceptual upright. Perception 36: S208. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2007) Using psychophysical techniques to assess visual dependence in Parkinson’s disease. Movement Disorder Clinic, Toronto Western Hospital. Toronto, Canada. (invited talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Sanderson J, Dyde RT & Harris LR (2007) Assessing the subjective visual vertical and the perceptual upright in Parkinson’s disease. I Annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience. Toronto, Canada. (poster)
  • Dyde RT*, Barnett-Cowan M, Thompson C**, Sanderson J & Harris LR (2007) Differences in spatial perception between males and females depend on body orientation. Centre for Vision Research 2007 Conference: Cortical Mechanisms of Vision. Toronto, Canada. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M*, Sanderson J, Dyde RT & Harris LR (2007) The subjective visual vertical and the perceptual upright in Parkinson’s disease. Centre for Vision Research 2007 Conference: Cortical Mechanisms of Vision. Toronto, Canada. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M* & Harris LR (2006) Visual and vestibular cues for self-orientation influence oculomotor and perceptual assessments of the internal representation of gravity and body orientation. International Multisensory Research Forum Abstracts 2006: 57. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M* & Harris LR (2005) Visual gravity cues affect perception of up but do not affect the neural representation of gravity. XIII Annual York In House Conference. Toronto, Canada. (talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M* & Harris LR (2005) That Way’s Up. No, That Way’s Up!: Multimodal perception of up derived from visual polarity cues does not affect compensatory eye movements. Centre for Vision Research 2005 Conference: Computational Vision in Neural and Machine Systems. Toronto, Canada. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M, Dyde RT & Harris LR* (2004) Torsional eye movement evoked by vertical translation: the influence of physically and visually defined gravity, and of eccentric gaze. Journal of Vestibular Research 14: 173-174. (talk)
  • Barnett-Cowan M* & Peters M (2003) Does handedness influence the strength of phantom limb illusions in the virtual reality box? XIV Annual Meeting of Theoretical and Experimental Neuropsychology (TENNET). Montreal, Canada. (poster)
  • Barnett-Cowan M (2002) The Effect of the Induced Phantom Limb Illusion on Object Recognition. XXXII Annual Ontario Undergraduate Thesis Conference. London, Canada. (talk)