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Limanowski, J., & Friston, K. (in press). Attentional weighting of vision vs proprioception during action. Cerebral Cortex, bhz192.

Limanowski, J., & Friston, K. (2019). Active inference under intersensory conflict: Simulation and empirical results. bioRxiv doi: 10.1101/795419 Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

Limanowski, J., Lopes, P., Keck, J., Baudisch, P., Friston, K., & Blankenburg, F. (2019). Action-dependent processing of touch in the human parietal operculum and posterior insula. Cerebral Cortex, bhz111. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24


Limanowski, J., & Friston, K. (2018). ‘Seeing the dark’: Grounding phenomenal transparency and opacity in precision estimation for active inference. Frontiers in Psychology 9, 643. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

Limanowski, J.*, Sarasso, P.*, & Blankenburg, F. (2018). Different responses of the right superior temporal sulcus to visual movement feedback during self-generated versus externally generated hand movements. European Journal of Neuroscience 47, 314-320. Link

Limanowski, J., & Blankenburg, F. (2018). Fronto-parietal brain responses to visuotactile congruence in an anatomical reference frame. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 12, 48. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24


Limanowski, J., & Blankenburg, F. (2017). Posterior parietal cortex evaluates visuoproprioceptive congruence based on brief visual information. Scientific reports 7, 16659. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

Limanowski, J. (2017). (Dis-)attending to the body. Action and self-experience in the active inference framework. In T. Metzinger & W. Wiese (Eds.), Philosophy and Predictive Processing: 18. Frankfurt am Main: MIND Group. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

Limanowski, J., Kirilina, E., & Blankenburg, F. (2017). Neuronal correlates of continuous manual tracking under varying visual movement feedback in a virtual reality environment. NeuroImage 146, 81-89. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

2016 & earlier

Limanowski, J., & Blankenburg, F. (2016). Integration of visual and proprioceptive limb position information in human posterior parietal, premotor, and extrastriate cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 36, 2582-2589. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

Limanowski, J., & Blankenburg, F. (2015). That’s not quite me! Limb ownership encoding in the human brain. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 11, 1130-1140. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

Limanowski, J., & Blankenburg, F. (2015). Network activity underlying the illusory self-attribution of a dummy arm. Human Brain Mapping 36, 2284-2304. Link

Limanowski, J. (2014). What can body ownership illusions tell us about minimal phenomenal selfhood? Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 946. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

Limanowski, J., Lutti, A., & Blankenburg, F. (2014). The extrastriate body area is involved in illusory limb ownership. NeuroImage 86, 514-524. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

Wold, A., Limanowski, J., Walter, H., & Blankenburg, F. (2014). Proprioceptive drift in the rubber hand illusion is intensified following 1 Hz TMS of the left EBA. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 390. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

Limanowski, J., & Blankenburg, F. (2013). Minimal self-models and the free energy principle. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 547. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

Limanowski, J., & Hecht, H. (2011). Where do we stand on locating the self? Psychology 2, 312-317. Link  Adobe_PDF_file_icon_24x24

Invited talks

An active inference perspective on minimal selfhood in conscious agents (2018). Selfless Minds Workshop, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Frankfurt, Germany.

Self representation for action (2018). COGS seminar series, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK.

The sense of self in hierarchical generative models (2017). The Sense of Self workshop, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

Körperbezogene Illusionen – ein Einblick in die Grundlagen der Selbstrepräsentation? (2017). 61. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Klinische Neurophysiologie und Funktionelle Bildgebung, Leipzig, Germany.

Brain responses to delayed visual hand movement feedback in a virtual reality tracking task (2016). 21st Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Geneva, Switzerland.

(Dis-)attending to the body (2016). MIND 23, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Frankfurt, Germany.

Minimal self-modeling (2015). 3rd Neuro-Philosophical Workshop, Venice International University, San Servolo, Italy.

Evidence for hierarchical inference during illusory body ownership: an fMRI study using dynamical causal modeling (2015). 18th Academy ‘The Circularity of Mind and Body’, Heidelberg, Germany.

Probabilistic modeling of oneself and others (2014). Aegina Summer School ‘Shared Experiences: the boundaries of the social brain’, Aegina, Greece.

Multisensory representation of one’s limb in extrastriate cortex (2014). 2nd Mind, Brain & Body-Symposium, Mind-Brain Institute, Berlin, Germany.

Body ownership: Reasoning within the brain (2013). 2nd Neuro-Philosophical Workshop, Venice International University, San Servolo, Italy.

Media coverage / non-peer reviewed publications

Splendor and misery of self-models:
Conceptual and empirical issues regarding consciousness and self-consciousness
” Interview with Prof. Thomas Metzinger (together with R. Millière)

Feature including interview about the theoretical implications of my research for the questions “Who am I?” in local student magazine,

Report of my “rubber hand illusion” fMRI experiments in various local German newspapers, e.g. Westfälische Nachrichten or Berliner Morgenpost

Video coverage of my “rubber hand illusion” demonstration during the Brain Awareness Week 2013.

Public television documentary of my “rubber hand illusion” fMRI experiments with the 3sat ‘nano camp’.

Limanowski, J. (2012, June 26). How you feel what another body feels. Scientific American.

Limanowski, J. (2011). Why we need an honest conception of scientific answers. FRANKly 22, 24-26.