Alexandra Muller-Gass

Defence Research and Development Canada 
"Alexandra Muller-Gass"

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Tavakoli P, Muller-Gass A, Campbell K. (2015) Partial sleep deprivation does not alter processes involved in semantic word priming: event-related potential evidence. Brain and Cognition. 94: 17-23
Beatty EL, Vartanian O, Muller-Gass A, et al. (2014) Neuroanatomical correlates of categorizing emotional valence. Neuroreport
Muller-Gass A, Campbell K. (2014) Event-related potential measures of gap detection threshold during natural sleep. Clinical Neurophysiology : Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology. 125: 1647-52
López Zunini R, Muller-Gass A, Campbell K. (2014) The effects of total sleep deprivation on semantic priming: event-related potential evidence for automatic and controlled processing strategies. Brain and Cognition. 84: 14-25
Jobidon ME, Muller-Gass A, Duncan M, et al. (2012) The enhancement of mental models and its impact on teamwork Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 1703-1707
Campbell K, Muller-Gass A. (2011) The extent of processing of near-hearing threshold stimuli during natural sleep. Sleep. 34: 1243-9
Muller-Gass A, Campbell K. (2010) The processing of infrequently-presented low-intensity stimuli during natural sleep: an event-related potential study. Noise & Health. 12: 120-8
Jarmasz J, Muller-Gass A, Zotov V, et al. (2010) Blended solutions for counter-IED training Spring Simulation Multiconference 2010, Springsim'10
Muller-Gass A, Marcoux A, Jamshidi P, et al. (2008) The effects of very slow rates of stimulus presentation on event-related potential estimates of hearing threshold. International Journal of Audiology. 47: 34-43
Muller-Gass A, Roye A, Kirmse U, et al. (2007) Automatic detection of lexical change: an auditory event-related potential study. Neuroreport. 18: 1747-51
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