Cheryl L. Grady

Psychology University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Psychobiology Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Neuroscience Biology
"Cheryl Grady"

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Allan F. Mirsky grad student 1982 Boston University
 (PhD "The prediction of spike-wave bursts in the electroencephalogram by power-spectrum and coherence analysis". Scource:
Stanley I. Rapoport research scientist 1981-1986 NIA
 (Source: Personal communication (Grady, 2019))


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M. Natasha Rajah research assistant 1996-1997 Rotman Research Institute
Kimberly S. Chiew research assistant 2005-2007 Rotman Research Institute
John A E Anderson grad student University of Toronto
Omer Grigg grad student 2005- Rotman Research Institute, University of Toronto
Michelle L. Keightley grad student 1999 University of Toronto
Mellanie Springer grad student 2002 University of Toronto
W. Dale Stevens grad student 2000-2005 Rotman Research Institute
Hana Burianova grad student 2004-2008 University of Toronto
Marnie Hirshhorn grad student 2005-2010 University of Toronto
Tarek Amer grad student 2012 University of Toronto
Douglas D. Garrett grad student 2012 University of Toronto
Buddhika Bellana grad student 2012-2018 University of Toronto
Jenny R. Rieck post-doc 2016- Rotman Research Institute
David Maillet post-doc 2017- University of Toronto
Nicole D. Anderson post-doc 1997-1999 University of Toronto
Lori Bernstein post-doc 1997-2000 University of Toronto
Myra A. Fernandes post-doc 2001-2004 University of Toronto
Julia Spaniol post-doc 2005-2007 University of Toronto
R. Nathan Spreng post-doc 2008-2008 Rotman Research Institute
Yunjo Lee post-doc 2008-2011 University of Toronto
Gigi Luk post-doc 2008-2011 University of Toronto
Lynne J. Williams post-doc 2010-2013 Rotman Research Institute, University of Toronto
Melanie Jay Sekeres post-doc 2012-2015 University of Toronto, Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest
Raluca Petrican post-doc 2011-2017 University of Toronto
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Baracchini G, Zhou Y, Castanheira JDS, et al. (2023) The biological role of local and global fMRI BOLD signal variability in human brain organization. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Gervais NJ, Gravelsins L, Brown A, et al. (2023) Disturbed sleep is associated with reduced verbal episodic memory and entorhinal cortex volume in younger middle-aged women with risk-reducing early ovarian removal. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 14: 1265470
Grady CL, Rieck JR, Baracchini G, et al. (2023) Relation of resting brain signal variability to cognitive and socioemotional measures in an adult lifespan sample. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 18
Stevens WD, Khan N, Anderson JAE, et al. (2023) A neural mechanism of cognitive reserve: The case of bilingualism. Neuroimage. 120365
Ziegler MG, Liu ZX, Arsenault J, et al. (2023) Differential involvement of the anterior and posterior hippocampus, parahippocampus, and retrosplenial cortex in making precise judgments of spatial distance and object size for remotely acquired memories of environments and objects. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Brown A, Gervais NJ, Rieck J, et al. (2023) Women's Brain Health: Midlife Ovarian Removal Affects Associative Memory. Molecular Neurobiology
Coughlan G, Bouffard NR, Golestani A, et al. (2022) Transcranial magnetic stimulation to the angular gyrus modulates the temporal dynamics of the hippocampus and entorhinal cortex. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Bellana B, Ladyka-Wojcik N, Lahan S, et al. (2022) Recollection and prior knowledge recruit the left angular gyrus during recognition. Brain Structure & Function
Zhukovsky P, Coughlan G, Buckley R, et al. (2022) Connectivity between default mode and frontoparietal networks mediates the association between global amyloid-β and episodic memory. Human Brain Mapping
Parimoo S, Choi A, Iafrate L, et al. (2022) Are older adults susceptible to visual distraction when targets and distractors are spatially separated? Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition. Section B, Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition. 1-37
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