Tony W. Wilson, Ph.D.

2005 University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Picci G, Ott LR, Petro NM, et al. (2023) Developmental alterations in the neural oscillatory dynamics underlying attentional reorienting. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 63: 101288
Killanin AD, Taylor BK, Embury CM, et al. (2023) Testosterone levels mediate the dynamics of motor oscillatory coding and behavior in developing youth. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 61: 101257
Rempe MP, Wiesman AI, Murman DL, et al. (2023) Sleep quality differentially modulates neural oscillations and proteinopathy in Alzheimer's disease. Ebiomedicine. 92: 104610
Son JJ, Arif Y, Schantell M, et al. (2023) Oscillatory dynamics serving visual selective attention during a Simon task. Brain Communications. 5: fcad131
Trevarrow MP, Bergwell HE, Groff BR, et al. (2023) Youth with Cerebral Palsy Display Abnormal Somatosensory Cortical Activity During a Haptic Exploration Task. Neuroscience. 515: 53-61
Meehan CE, Schantell M, Wiesman AI, et al. (2023) Oscillatory markers of neuroHIV-related cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease during attentional interference processing. Aging. 15
Rempe MP, Ott LR, Picci G, et al. (2023) Spontaneous cortical dynamics from the first years to the golden years. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2212776120
Fung MH, Heinrichs-Graham E, Taylor BK, et al. (2022) The Development of Sensorimotor Cortical Oscillations is Mediated by Pubertal Testosterone. Neuroimage. 119745
Rempe MP, Lew BJ, Embury CM, et al. (2022) Spontaneous sensorimotor beta power and cortical thickness uniquely predict motor function in healthy aging. Neuroimage. 263: 119651
Springer SD, Wiesman AI, May PE, et al. (2022) Altered visual entrainment in patients with Alzheimer's disease: magnetoencephalography evidence. Brain Communications. 4: fcac198
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