Jessica A. Bernard

Affiliations: 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Area:
Motor control, skill learning, aging
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Bernard JA, Ballard HK, Jackson TB. (2021) Cerebellar Dentate Connectivity across Adulthood: A Large-Scale Resting State Functional Connectivity Investigation. Cerebral Cortex Communications. 2: tgab050
Mittal VA, Bernard JA, Strauss GP, et al. (2021) New Insights Into Sedentary Behavior Highlight the Need to Revisit the Way We See Motor Symptoms in Psychosis. Schizophrenia Bulletin
Ballard HK, Eakin SM, Maldonado T, et al. (2021) Using high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation to investigate the role of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in explicit sequence learning. Plos One. 16: e0246849
Maldonado T, Bernard JA. (2021) The Polarity-Specific Nature of Single-Session High-definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation to the Cerebellum and Prefrontal Cortex on Motor and Non-motor Task Performance. Cerebellum (London, England)
Imburgio MJ, Ballard HK, Cornwall AC, et al. (2020) Preliminary effects of prefrontal tDCS on dopamine-mediated behavior and psychophysiology. Behavioural Brain Research. 113091
Mittal VA, Bernard JA, Walther S. (2020) Cerebellar-thalamic circuits play a critical role in psychomotor function. Molecular Psychiatry
Bernard JA, Nguyen AD, Hausman HK, et al. (2020) Shaky scaffolding: Age differences in cerebellar activation revealed through activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis. Human Brain Mapping
Jackson TB, Maldonado T, Eakin SM, et al. (2020) Cerebellar and prefrontal-cortical engagement during higher-order rule learning in older adulthood. Neuropsychologia. 107620
Clark S, Tannahill A, Calhoun VD, et al. (2020) Weaker cerebello-cortical connectivity within sensorimotor and executive networks in schizophrenia compared to healthy controls: Relationships with processing speed. Brain Connectivity
Dean DJ, Bernard JA, Damme KSF, et al. (2020) Longitudinal Assessment and Functional Neuroimaging of Movement Variability Reveal Novel Insights Into Motor Dysfunction in Clinical High Risk for Psychosis. Schizophrenia Bulletin
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