Aimee J. Nelson

Affiliations: 
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada 
Area:
sensorimotor control
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Turco CV, Rehsi RS, Locke MB, et al. (2021) Biological sex differences in afferent-mediated inhibition of motor responses evoked by TMS. Brain Research. 1771: 147657
Dans PW, Foglia SD, Nelson AJ. (2021) Data Processing in Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) Motor Control Research. Brain Sciences. 11
Turco CV, Toepp SL, Foglia SD, et al. (2021) Association of short- and long-latency afferent inhibition with human behavior. Clinical Neurophysiology : Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology. 132: 1462-1480
Nicolini C, Fahnestock M, Gibala MJ, et al. (2020) Understanding the neurophysiological and molecular mechanisms of exercise-induced neuroplasticity in cortical and descending motor pathways: Where do we stand? Neuroscience
Turco CV, Arsalan SO, Nelson AJ. (2020) The Influence of Recreational Substance Use in TMS Research. Brain Sciences. 10
Locke MB, Toepp SL, Turco CV, et al. (2020) Altered motor system function in post-concussion syndrome as assessed via transcranial magnetic stimulation. Clinical Neurophysiology Practice. 5: 157-164
Harasym D, Turco CV, Nicolini C, et al. (2020) Fitness Level Influences White Matter Microstructure in Postmenopausal Women. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 12: 129
Nicolini C, Michalski B, Toepp SL, et al. (2020) A Single Bout of High-intensity Interval Exercise Increases Corticospinal Excitability, Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor, and Uncarboxylated Osteolcalcin in Sedentary, Healthy Males. Neuroscience. 437: 242-255
Harasym D, Nelson AJ, Noseworthy MD. (2020) Sources of Variability and Improvements in the Measure of GABA using MEGA-PRESS at 3T. Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering. 47: 437-455
El-Sayes J, Turco CV, Skelly LE, et al. (2020) Acute high-intensity and moderate-intensity interval exercise do not change corticospinal excitability in low fit, young adults. Plos One. 15: e0227581
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