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Joanna Scanlon
Joanna Scanlon
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Taking off the training wheels: Measuring auditory P3 during outdoor cycling using an active wet EEG system
JEM Scanlon, KA Townsend, DL Cormier, JWP Kuziek, KE Mathewson
Brain research 1716, 50-61, 2019
442019
Your brain on bikes: P3, MMN/N2b, and baseline noise while pedaling a stationary bike
JEM Scanlon, AJ Sieben, KR Holyk, KE Mathewson
Psychophysiology 54 (6), 927-937, 2017
262017
A ride in the park: Cycling in different outdoor environments modulates the auditory evoked potentials
JEM Scanlon, EX Redman, JWP Kuziek, KE Mathewson
International Journal of Psychophysiology 151, 59-69, 2020
132020
Does the electrode amplification style matter? A comparison of active and passive EEG system configurations during standing and walking
JEM Scanlon, NSJ Jacobsen, MC Maack, S Debener
European Journal of Neuroscience 54 (12), 8381-8395, 2021
102021
The ecological cocktail party: Measuring brain activity during an auditory oddball task with background noise
JEM Scanlon, DL Cormier, KA Townsend, JWP Kuziek, KE Mathewson
Psychophysiology 56 (11), e13435, 2019
62019
Application of tablet-based cognitive tasks to predict unsafe drivers in older adults
R Bakhtiari, MV Tomczak, S Langor, JEM Scanlon, A Granley, A Singhal
Transportation research interdisciplinary perspectives 4, 100105, 2020
52020
YOUR BRAIN IN THE WORLD: INVESTIGATING THE N1 AND P2 FOR ECOLOGICAL STIMULI.
T McLean, J Scanlon, A Singhal, K Mathewson
Psychophysiology 54, S75-S75, 2017
12017
Stepping in time: Alpha‐mu and beta oscillations during a walking synchronization task
JEM Scanlon, NSJ Jacobsen, MC Maack, S Debener
NeuroImage 253, 119099, 2022
2022
Surrounding Traffic Matters: Increases in Traffic Volume Are Related to Changes in EEG Rhythms in Urban Cyclists
D Robles, JWP Kuziek, J Lai, R Mazumder, JEM Scanlon, KE Mathewson
bioRxiv, 2022
2022
DOES AMPLIFICATION STYLE MATTER? IT'S IN THE WAY THAT YOU USE IT: A COMPARISON OF ACTIVE-AND PASSIVE-TRANSMISSION EEG ELECTRODES DURING A WALKING ODDBALL TASK
J Scanlon, N Jacobsen, M Maack, S Debener
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 57, S22-S22, 2020
2020
MODULATIONS IN BASELINE OSCILLATIONS AND AUDITORY ERPS AS A FUNCTION OF REAL-WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE
JEM Scanlon, E Redman, J Kuziek, K Mathewson
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 55, S10-S10, 2018
2018
A RIDE IN THE PARK: CYCLING IN DIFFERENT OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTS AFFECTS THE AUDITORY N1
J Scanlon, E Redman, J Kuziek, K Mathewson
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 55, S63-S63, 2018
2018
Beyond The Laboratory: Cognitive Markers of Auditory and Visual Selective Attention in Ecologically Valid Environments
J Scanlon
2018
Taking Off the Training Wheels: Measuring Brain Activity During Outdoor Cycling Using an Active Wet EEG System
J Scanlon, K Townsend, D Cormier, J Kuziek, KE Mathewson
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 53, S81-S81, 2016
2016
Mobile electroencephalography captures differences of walking over even and uneven terrain but not of single and dual-task gait
NSJ Jacobsen, S Blum, J Scanlon, K Witt, S Debener
Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, 383, 0
Beta and alpha/mu rhythms during gait synchronization
JEM Scanlon, NSJ Jacobsen, CM Maack, S Debener
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