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Sarah McIntyre

Assistant Professor




Basil Duvernoy, Sarah Mcintyre (2022) Human-to-Human Strokes Recordings for Tactile Apparent Motion HAPTICS: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, APPLICATIONS, EUROHAPTICS 2022, p. 376-378
Steven J. Middleton, Irene Perini, Andreas C. Themistocleous, Greg A. Weir, Kirsty McCann, Allison M. Barry, Andrew Marshall, Michael Lee, Leah M. Mayo, Manon Bohic, Georgios Baskozos, India Morrison, Line S. Loken, Sarah Mcintyre, Saad Nagi, Roland Staud, Isac Sehlstedt, Richard D. Johnson, Johan Wessberg, John N. Wood, Christopher G. Woods, Aziz Moqrich, Håkan Olausson, David L. Bennett (2022) Na(v)1.7 is required for normal C-low threshold mechanoreceptor function in humans and mice Brain, Vol. 1145, p. 3637-3653 Continue to DOI
Sarah Mcintyre, Steven C. Hauser, Anikó Kusztor, Rebecca Böhme, Athanasia Moungou, Peder Isager, Lina Homman, Giovanni Novembre, Saad Nagi, Ali Israr, Ellen A. Lumpkin, Freddy Abnousi, Gregory J. Gerling, Håkan Olausson (2022) The Language of Social Touch Is Intuitive and Quantifiable Psychological Science, Vol. 33, p. 1477-1494 Continue to DOI
Anne Maallo, Basil Duvernoy, Håkan Olausson, Sarah Mcintyre (2022) Naturalistic stimuli in touch research Current Opinion in Neurobiology, Vol. 75, Article 102570 Continue to DOI
Shan Xu, Chang Xu, Sarah Mcintyre, Håkan Olausson, Gregory J. Gerling (2022) 3D Visual Tracking to Quantify Physical Contact Interactions in Human-to-Human Touch Frontiers in Physiology, Vol. 13, Article 841938 Continue to DOI