Under Review, Preprints and Registered Reports

Published Articles

Gibbings, A., Henry, M. J., Cruse, D., Stojanoski, B., & Grahn, J. A. (under review). Attention modulates neural measures of beat perception. European Journal of Neuroscience

Houldin, E., Zhou, F., Ray, L. B., StojanoskiB.Owen, A. M., & Fogel, S. M (under review). Slow wave sleep is an altered, not a reduced, state of consciousness: resting state network functional connectivity in sleep. Scientific Reports

 

Cusack, R., Linke, A., Zubiaurre-Elorza, L., Duffy, H., Herzmann, C., StojanoskiB., Han, V., Lee,D., Wild, C. Differences in the spatial and temporal patterns of head motion during MRI of adults and infants. PDF

 

Stojanoski, B., Emrich, S. M., Cusack, R., (under review) Representation of semantic information in ventral areas during encoding is associated with improved visual short-term memory.  BioRxiv PDF

 


Lyons, K. M., Stevenson, R. A., Owen, A. M., & Stojanoski, B. (In Press). Examining the relationship between social cognition and neural synchrony during movies in children with and without autism. Neuroimage: Clinical, PDF

 

​Laforge, G., Gonzalez-Lara, L. E., Owen, A. M., & StojanoskiB (In Press). Detecting Neural Components of Shared Conscious Processing in Individual Patients Diagnosed with Disorders of Consciousness. Neuroimage: Clinical

 

Kandeepana, S., Gomez, J. R. F., Stojanoski, B., Valluria, S., Owen, A. M., Naci, L., Nichols, E. S & Soddua, A (In Press). Modeling an Auditory Stimulated Brain Under Altered States of Consciousness using the Generalized Ising Model. Neuroimage, 223, 117367. doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.117367

 

Laforge, G., Serra, N. E. I., Blain-Moraes, S., Stojanoski, B., & Owen, A. M. (In Press). A Comparison of English and French Naturalistic Listening Paradigms for the Assessment of Consciousness in Unresponsive Individuals. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics

 

Stojanoski, B., Wild, C. J., Battista, M., Nichols, E. S., & Owen, A. M (2020). No evidence that computerized brain training affords any benefit to general cognitive function. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General PDF

 

​Stafford, C. A., Stojanoski, B., Wild, C. J., Owen, A. M. (2020) A Specific Deficit of Inhibitory Control Associated with Self-Reported Concussion in the General Population Predicts the Profile of Cognitive Impairment in Varsity Footballers. Journal of Neurology PDF

 

​Nichols, E. S., Wild, C. J., Stojanoski, B., Battista, M., & Owen, A. M. (2020) Bilingualism affords no general cognitive advantages: a population study of 11,000 people. Psychological Science, 31, 548-567 PDF

 

​Cabral, L., Stojanoski, B., & Cusack, R. (2020). Rapid and coarse face detection: With a lack of evidence for a nasal-temporal asymmetry. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. PDF

 

​Yang, H., Laforge, G., StojanoskiB., Nichols, E. S., McRae, K., & Köhler, S. (2019). Late positive complex in event-related potentials tracks memory signals when they are decision relevant. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 9469. PDF

 

​StojanoskiB., Benoit, A., Van Den Berg, N., Ray, L., Owen, A.M., Shahidi Zandi, A., Quddus, A., Comeau, F.J.E. & Fogel, S (2019). Sustained vigilance is negatively affected by mild and acute sleep loss reflected by reduced capacity for decision making, motor preparation, and execution. Sleep, 42(1). PDF

 

​Wild, C. J., Nichols, E. S., Battista, M. E., StojanoskiB., & Owen, A. M. (2018). Dissociable effects of self-reported daily sleep duration on high-level cognitive abilities. Sleep, 41(12). PDF

 

StojanoskiB., Lyons, K. M., Pearce, A. A. A., & Owen, A. M. (2018). Targeted training: Converging evidence against the transferable benefits of online brain training on cognitive function. Neuropsychologia, 117, 541–550.​ PDF

 

​Blumenthal, A*., StojanoskiB*., Martin, C., Cusack, R., Köhler, S (2018). Organization of object representations in the human medial temporal lobes​. Human Brain Mapping *Authors contributed equally PDF

 

Clay, D., Linke, A.C., Cameron, D. J., StojanoskiB., Rulisa, S., Wasunna, A., de Ribaupierre, S., & Cusack, R. (2016). Evaluating Affordable cranial ultrasonography in East African neonatal intensive care units. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology PDF

 

Ray, L., Sockeel, S., Soon, M., Bore, A., Myhr, A., Stojanoski, B., Cusack, R., Owen, A. M., Doyon J., & Fogel, S. (2015). Expert and crowd-sourced validation of an individualized sleep spindle detection method employing complex demodulation and individualized normalization. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, 507 PDF

 

StojanoskiB., & Niemeier, M. (2015). Colour expectations during object perception are associated with early and late modulation of electrophysiological activity. Experimental Brain Research, 233, 2925-2934. PDF 

 

Le, A., StojanoskiB., Khan, S., Keough, M., & Niemeier, M (2015). A Toggle Switch of Visual Awareness? Cortex, 64, 169-178 PDF

 

Stojanoski, B., & Cusack, R. (2014) Time to wave goodbye to phase-scrambling: Creating controlled scrambled images using diffeomorphic transformations. Journal of Vision, 14, 1-16 PDF

 

Cusack, R., StojanoskiB., Tran, M.C., Linke, A.C., & Wild, C.J. Pubmed Commons commentary on “Auditory perception at the root of language learning” LINK

 

Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2014) Late Electrophysiological Modulations of Feature-based Attention to Object Shapes. Psychophysiology, 51, 298-308 PDF

 

Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2011) The Timing of Feature-based Attentional Effects during Object Perception, Neuropsychologia, 49, 3406-3418 PDF

 

Singh, V., StojanoskiB., Le, A., & Niemeier, M. (2011) Spatial Frequency Specific Effects on the Attentional Bias: Evidence for Two Neural Systems. Cortex, 47, 547-556 PDF

 

Niemeier, M., Stojanoski, B., Singh, V. W., & Chu, E.(2008). Paradoxical Cross-Over due to Attention to High or Low Spatial Frequencies. Brain and Cognition, 67, 115-125. PDF

 

Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2007). Feature-Based Attention Modulates the Perception of Object Contours. Journal of Vision, 27, 1-11. PDF

 

Niemeier, M., StojanoskiB., & Greco, A. L.(2007). Influences of time and spatial frequency on the perceptual bias: evidence for competition between hemispheres. Neuropsychologia, 45, 1029-1040. PDF

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