Nicholas R. Cooper

University of Essex, Colchester, England, United Kingdom 
"Nicholas Cooper"
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Kostyrka-Allchorne K, Cooper NR, Kennett S, et al. (2019) The Short-Term Effect of Video Editing Pace on Children's Inhibition and N2 and P3 ERP Components during Visual Go/No-Go Task. Developmental Neuropsychology. 1-12
Russo R, Twyman P, Cooper NR, et al. (2017) When You Can, Scale Up: Large-Scale Study Shows No Effect of tDCS in an Ambiguous Risk-Taking Task. Neuropsychologia
Wallace D, Cooper NR, Paulmann S, et al. (2016) Perceived Comfort and Blinding Efficacy in Randomised Sham-Controlled Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) Trials at 2 mA in Young and Older Healthy Adults. Plos One. 11: e0149703
Marshall AC, Cooper NR, Geeraert N. (2015) Experienced Stress Produces Inhibitory Deficits in Elderlies' Flanker Task Performance: First Evidence for Lifetime Stress Effects Beyond Memory. Biological Psychology
Marshall AC, Cooper NR, Geeraert N. (2015) The impact of experienced stress on aged spatial discrimination: Cortical overreliance as a result of hippocampal impairment. Hippocampus
Marshall AC, Cooper NR, Segrave R, et al. (2015) The effects of long-term stress exposure on aging cognition: a behavioral and EEG investigation. Neurobiology of Aging. 36: 2136-44
Haigh SM, Cooper NR, Wilkins AJ. (2015) Cortical excitability and the shape of the haemodynamic response. Neuroimage. 111: 379-84
Puzzo I, Cooper NR, Cantarella S, et al. (2013) The effect of rTMS over the inferior parietal lobule on EEG sensorimotor reactivity differs according to self-reported traits of autism in typically developing individuals. Brain Research. 1541: 33-41
Russo R, Wallace D, Fitzgerald PB, et al. (2013) Perception of comfort during active and sham transcranial direct current stimulation: a double blind study. Brain Stimulation. 6: 946-51
Simpson A, Cooper NR, Gillmeister H, et al. (2013) Seeing triggers acting, hearing does not trigger saying: evidence from children's weak inhibition. Cognition. 128: 103-12
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