1. Saccone EJ, Chouinard PA (in press) The influence of size in weight illusions is unique relative to other object features. Psychon Bull Rev. PubMed Preprint
  2. Byosiere S-E, Chouinard PA, Howell TJ, Bennett PC (in press) What do dogs (Canis familiaris) see? A review of vision in dogs and implications for cognition research. Psychon Bull Rev. PubMed
  3. Chouinard PA, Sherman JA, Millard AS, Sperandio I (2017) Evaluating bodily self-consciousness and the brain using multisensory perturbation and fMRI. Multisens Res 30: 179–191.
  4. Brown AC, Chouinard PA, Crewther SG (2017) Vision Research Literature May Not Represent the Full Intellectual Range of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Front Hum Neurosci 11:57. PubMed Open Access
  5. King DJ, Hodgekins J, Chouinard PA, Chouinard V-A, Sperandio I (2017) A Review of Abnormalities in the Perception of Visual Illusions in Schizophrenia. Psychon Bull Rev 24:734-751. PubMed Open Access
  6. Feng LC, Chouinard PA, Howell TJ, Bennett PC (2017) Why do animals differ in their susceptibility to geometrical illusions? Psychon Bull Rev 24:262-276. PubMed Preprint
  7. Landry O, Chouinard PA (2016) Why We Should Study the Broader Autism Phenotype in Typically Developing Populations. J Cog Dev 17: 584-595. Open Access
  8. Sperandio I, Chouinard PA (2015) The mechanisms of size constancy. Multisens Res 28: 253–283. PubMed
  9. Chouinard PA, Paus T (2010). What have we learned from ‘perturbing’ the human cortical motor system with transcranial magnetic stimulation? Front Hum Neurosci 4:173. PubMed Open Access
  10. Chouinard PA, Goodale MA (2010) Category-specific neural processing for naming pictures of animals and naming pictures of tools: an ALE meta-analysis. Neuropsychologia 48: 409-418. PubMed
  11. Chouinard PA, Paus T (2006) The primary motor and premotor areas of the human cerebral cortex. Neuroscientist 12:143-152. PubMed Preprint