van Schie, C., Cook, J., Elzinga, B., & Ly, V. (under review). A boost in self-esteem after positive social feedback predicts increased social learning.

Hickman, L. J., Keating, C. T., Cook, J. L., & Ludvig, E. A. (under review). No differences between autistic and non-autistic adults in social influence on risky decision-making. — data & analysis scripts— preprint

Keating, C., & Cook, J. (in press). It’s all in the mind: linking internal representations of emotion with facial expression recognition. Cognitive Psychology Bulletin, (7), 61-63. — linkopen access version

Rybicki, A., Schuster, B., Sowden, S., Cook, J. L. (2022). Dopaminergic challenge dissociates learning from primary versus secondary sources of information. eLife. 11:e74893 — preprintlinkeLife “insight” commentary

Schuster, B., Sowden, S., Rybicki, A., Fraser, D., Holland, P., Press, C., Cook, J.L. (in press). Dopaminergic modulation of dynamic emotion perception. Journal of Neuroscience — preprintdata & codelink

Alabdulaali, L., Hickman, L. J., Punt, T. D., & Jenkinson, N. (2022). Effectiveness of transcranial direct current stimulation on hand dexterity in stroke patients: a protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ Open, 12(2). link

Keating, C. T., Sowden, S., & Cook, J. L. (2021). Comparing internal representations of facial expression kinematics between autistic and non-autistic adults. Autism Research. Epub ahead of print. preprintdata & analysis scripts

Keating, Hickman, Geelhand, Takahashi, Leung, Schuster, Rybicki, Girolamo, Clin, Papastamou, Belenger, Eigsti, Cook, Kosaka, Osu, Okamoto, & Sowden. (2021). Global perspectives on autism acceptance, camouflaging behaviours and mental health in autism spectrum disorder: A registered report protocol. Plos one, 16(12), e0261774. link

Rybicki, A., Galea, J., Schuster, B., Hiles, C., Fabian, C., Cook, J. L. (2021). Autistic and non-autistic adults do not differ in their response to surprising events during motor learning. Scientific Reports, 11, 20693 — preprintlink

Schuster, B., Fraser, D. S., van den Bosch, J., Sowden, S., Gordon, A., Hu, B., & Cook, J.L., (2021). Kinematics and observer-animator kinematic similarity predict mental state attribution from Heider-Simmel style animations. Scientific Reports. 11:18266 — preprintlink

Keating, C. T., Fraser, D. S., Sowden, S., & Cook, J. L. (2021). Differences between autistic and non-autistic individuals in the recognition of anger from facial motion remain after controlling for alexithymia. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 28:1-17– preprintpdf

Kandroodi, M. R., Cook, J.L., Swart, J., Froböse, M., Geurts, D., Vahabie, A., Ahmadabadi, M.N., Cools, R., den Ouden, H.E.M. (2021). Effects of methylphenidate on reinforcement learning depend on working memory capacity. Psychopharmacology. 283(12):3569-3584 — preprintlink

Hickman, L. J., Keating, C. T., Ferrari, A., & Cook, J. L. (2021). Skin conductance responses as an index of alexithymic traits in the general population. Psychological Reports. 31:332941211005118. — data & analysis scripts— link to paper

Sowden, S., Schuster, B. A., Fraser, D.S., Keating, C., & Cook, J. L. (2021). The role of movement kinematics in facial emotion expression production and recognition. Emotion. — data & stimulipdf— link to paper

Hickman, L. J., Seyedsalehi, A., Cook, J. L, Bird, G., Murphy, J. (2021). The relationship between Heartbeat Counting and Heartbeat Discrimination: a meta-analysis. Biological Psychology. — pdfcodelink to paper

Lambrechts, A., Cook, J., Anns, S., Taylor, M., Alonso, E., Ludvig, E., & Gaigg, S. (2020). Reward devaluation in autistic children and adolescents with complex needs: a feasibility study. Autism Research. — pdf link to paper

Keating, C. T., & Cook, J. L., (2020). Facial Expression Production and Recognition in Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Shifting Landscape. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America. 29(3):557-571. — Epub ahead of printpdf‘The Conversation’ jargon-free explainerVideo

Cook, J., Swart, J., Froböse, M., Diaconescu, A., Geurts, D., den Ouden, H. & Cools, R. (2019) Catecholaminergic modulation of meta-learning. eLife. 8:e51439. data & analysis scriptslink to paper

Hickman, L. J. (2019). The importance of assessing alexithymia in psychological research. PsychPAG Quarterly. 111:29-31. link to paper

Schuster, B. A., Sowden, S., Karim, D., Wing, A.M., & Cook, J. L. (2019) Acting is not the same as feeling: emotion expression in gait is different for posed and induced emotions. Frontiers in Behavioural Neuroscience. Conference Abstract: 4th International Conference on Educational Neurosciencepdf

Sowden, S., Schuster, B. A., & Cook, J. L. (2019) The role of movement kinematics in facial emotion expression. Frontiers in Behavioural Neuroscience. Conference Abstract: 4th International Conference on Educational Neuroscience. pdf

Cook, J. L. (2019) Autism, kinematics and social cognition. Frontiers in Behavioural Neuroscience. Conference Abstract: 4th International Conference on Educational Neuroscience.pdf

Edey, R., Cook, J., Brewer, R., Bird, G., & Press, C. (2019). Adults with autism spectrum disorder are sensitive to the kinematic features defining natural human motion. Autism Research. 12(2):284-294. pdf

Cook, J.L., Swart, J.C., Froböse, M.I., Diaconescu, A., Geurts, D.E.M., den Ouden, H.E.M., Cools, R. (2018). Catecholamine Challenge Uncovers Distinct Mechanisms For Direct Versus Indirect, But Not Social Versus Non-Social, Learning. preprint

Eddy, C. & Cook, J.L. (2018) Emotions in action: The relationship between motor function and social cognition across multiple clinical populations. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry. 86:229-244. linkpdf preprint

Froböse, M.I., Swart, J.C., Cook, J.L., Geurts, D.E.M., den Ouden, H.E.M., Cools, R. (2018). Catecholaminergic modulation of the avoidance of cognitive control. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 147(12):1763-1781. preprint

Swart, J., Froböse, M., Cook, J., Geurts, D., Frank, M., Cools, R., den Ouden, H. (2017) Catecholaminergic challenge uncovers distinct Pavlovian and instrumental mechanisms of motivated (in)action. eLIFE, 6. pii: e22169. pdf

Edey, R., Yon, D., Cook, J., Dumontheil, I., & Press, C. (2017) Our own action kinematics determine the perceived affective states of others. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performancepdf

Happé, F., Cook, J., & Bird, G. (2017). The structure of social cognition: In(ter)dependence of Sociocognitive Processes. Annual Review of Psychology, 68:243-267. pdf

Cook, J., Murphy, J., & Bird, G. (2016). Judging the Ability of Friends and Foes. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 20(10): 717-719. pdf

Edey, R., Cook, J., Brewer, R., Johnson, M., Bird, G., & Press, C. (2016). Interaction takes two: typical adults exhibit mind-blindness towards those with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 125(7): 879-885. pdf

Cook, J. L. (2016). From movement kinematics to social cognition: the case of autism. ‘Perceiving and neglecting other people’ special issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 20150372. pdf

Cook, J. L. (2016) Disorders of social processing (invited book chapter). In Shared Representations: Sensorimotor Foundations of Social Life. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. uncorrected proof

Sahakian, B., Bruhl, A., Cook, J., Killikelly, C., Savulich, G., Piercy, T., Hafizi, S., Perez, J., Fernandez-Agea, E., Suckling, J., Jones, P. (2015). The impact of neuroscience on society: cognitive enhancement in neuropsychiatric disorders and in healthy people. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 370(1677):20140214 pdf

Cook, J.L., den Ouden, H., Heyes, C. & Cools, R. (2014). The social dominance paradox. Current Biology. 24(23):2812-6. pdf

Cook, J. L. (2014). Task-relevance dependent gradients in medial prefrontal and temporoparietal cortices suggest solutions to paradoxes concerning self/other control. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 42C: 298-302. pdf

Cook, J.L., Swapp, D., Pan, X., Bianchi-Berthouze, N. & Blakemore, S-J. (2014). Atypical interference effect of action observation in autism spectrum conditions. Psychological Medicine. 44(4):731-40. pdf

Cook, J. L., Blakemore, S-J. & Press, C. (2013). Atypical basic movement kinematics in autism spectrum conditions. Brain. 136(9):2816-24. pdf

Cook, J.L., & Black, J. (2012). The influence of social interaction on cognitive remediation for schizophrenia. Frontiers in Decision Neuroscience special issue ‘Neurobiology of Social Learning’. 6:140. pdf

Cook, J.L., Barbalat, G. & Blakemore, S-J. (2012). Top-down influences on the perception of other people in schizophrenia and autism. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience special issue ‘Towards a Neuroscience of Social Interaction’. 6:175. pdf

Cook, J. & Bird, G. (2012) Atypical social modulation of imitation in autism spectrum conditions. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 42(6):1045-51. pdf

Santiesteban, I., White, S., Cook, J., Gilbert, S., Heyes, C. & Bird, G. (2012) Training social cognition: from imitation to theory of mind. Cognition. 122(2):228-35. pdf

Cook, J. & Bird, G. (2011) Social attitudes differentially modulate imitation in adolescents and adults. Experimental Brain Research: special issue on joint action. 211(3-4):601-12. pdf

Press, C., Cook, J., Blakemore, S-J. & Kilner, J. (2011) Dynamic modulation of human motor activity when observing actions. Journal of Neuroscience. 31(8):2792-2800. pdf

Saygin, A.P., Cook, J. & Blakemore, S-J. (2010) Unaffected perceptual thresholds for biological and non-biological form-from-motion perception in autism spectrum conditions. PLoS One. 5(10): e13491. pdf

Campbell-Meiklejohn, D.K., Wakeley, J., Herbert, V., Cook, J., Scollo, P., Kar Ray, M., Selvaraj, S., Passingham, R.E., Cowen, P. & Rogers, R.D. (2010). Serotonin and dopamine play complementary roles in gambling to recover losses. Neuropsychopharmacology. 36(2): 402-10. pdf

Cook, J., Saygin, A. P., Swain, R. & Blakemore, S-J. (2009) Reduced sensitivity to minimum-jerk biological motion in autism spectrum conditions. Neuropsychologia. 47(14): 3275-8. pdf