Macauda, Gianluca; Moisa, Marius; Mast, Fred W; Ruff, Christian C; Michels, Lars; Lenggenhager, Bigna (2019). Shared neural mechanisms between imagined and perceived egocentric motion - A combined GVS and fMRI study. Cortex, 119:20-32.
Macauda, Gianluca; Ellis, Andrew W; Grabherr, Luzia; Di Francesco, Roman B; Mast, Fred W (2019). Canal-otolith interactions alter the perception of self-motion direction. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 81(5):1698-1714.
Macauda, Gianluca; Moisa, Marius; Mast, Fred W; Ruff, Christian C; Michels, Lars; Lenggenhager, Bigna (2018). Shared neural mechanisms between imagined and perceived egocentric motion: a combined GVS and fMRI study. bioRxiv n/a, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Macauda, Gianluca; Lenggenhager, Bigna; Meier, Rebekka; Essick, Gregory; Brugger, Peter (2018). Tactile motion lacks momentum. Psychological Research, 82(5):889-895.
Macauda, Gianluca. Behavioral and neural aspects of the vestibular influence on bodily self consciousness. 2017, University of Zurich, Faculty of Arts.
Michels, Lars; Warnock, Geoffrey; Buck, Alfred; Macauda, Gianluca; Leh, Sandra E; Kaelin, Andrea M; Riese, Florian; Meyer, Rafael; O'Gorman, Ruth; Hock, Christoph; Kollias, Spyros; Gietl, Anton F (2016). Arterial spin labeling imaging reveals widespread and Aβ-independent reductions in cerebral blood flow in elderly apolipoprotein epsilon-4 carriers. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, 36(3):581-595.
Macauda, Gianluca; Bertolini, Giovanni; Palla, Antonella; Straumann, Dominik; Brugger, Peter; Lenggenhager, Bigna (2015). Binding body and self in visuo-vestibular conflicts. European Journal of Neuroscience, 41(6):810-817.
Grabherr, Luzia; Lenggenhager, Bigna; Macauda, Gianluca (2015). The moving history of vestibular stimulation as a therapeutic intervention. Multisensory Research, 28(5-6):653-687.
Dietz, Volker; Macauda, Gianluca; Schrafl-Altermatt, Miriam; Wirz, Markus; Kloter, Evelyne; Michels, Lars (2015). Neural coupling of cooperative hand movements: A reflex and fMRI study. Cerebral Cortex, 25(4):948-958.