Graduate Students

HEENA MANGLANI

Graduate Student - Sixth Year

BA in Psychology, Rutgers University Newark

MA in Clinical Psychology, Ohio State University

Research Interests

     Heena’s research is dedicated to designing and testing physical activity, mindfulness, and diet interventions to improve cognitive functioning in multiple sclerosis. She is interested in capitalizing on multimodal MRI including functional connectivity, structural integrity, and pathology to predict performance on neuropsychological measures.

Clinical Interests

     Heena is trained in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). Passionate about third-wave therapies, Heena is excited to continue using ACT and MBSR to foster values-based living across populations with chronic health conditions, anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

     Heena’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is evident in her pursuits as a scientist, clinician, course instructor, and mentor. As a clinical scientist, she actively seeks ways to recruit and conduct research on underrepresented groups. In the therapy room, Heena acknowledges the role that diverse experiences and backgrounds play in the onset of psychological symptoms. She strives to keep an open door for discussion on diversity as it relates to perceived and actual barriers to therapeutic gains. Heena also seeks to foster a culture of diversity and inclusion in the classroom as she actively encourages students to critically think about issues both pertinent and seemingly foreign to themselves. Heena is also passionate about facilitating her mentees’ growth in STEM fields. As the first, first generation woman of color in her family to pursue a Ph.D., Heena is devoted to supporting minorities in their pursuit of careers in STEM.

 

     Heena is zealous about food. Her love for traveling is grounded in opportunities to please her brain and belly with authentic, local cuisine. She is also fascinated by different cultures and language and can speak 5 languages fluently (English, Hindi, Sindhi, Punjabi, French) and 2 conversationally (Spanish and Italian). At her core, Heena wants to help people live their healthiest lives possible, and to this end, is passionate about her path of neuroscientific discovery.

Publications

Manglani, H.R., Samimy, S., Schirda, B., Nicholas, J. A., & Prakash, R. S. (2020). Four weeks of mindfulness training vs. adaptive cognitive training in multiple sclerosis: Effects on processing speed and working memory. Neuropsychology. https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/hzxd2

 

Schirda, B., Duraney, E., Lee, H.K., Manglani H.R., Andridge R.R., Plate, A., Nicholas J.A., & Prakash R.S. (2020). Mindfulness Training for Emotion Dysregulation in Multiple Sclerosis: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. Rehabilitation Psychology.

 

Manglani, H.R., Lewis, A.H., Wilson, S.J., and Delgado, M.R. (2017). Pavlovian-to-Instrumental Transfer of Nicotine and Food Cues in Deprived Cigarette Smokers. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 19(6), 670-676. https://doi.org/10.1093/ntr/ntx007

Presentations

Manglani, H.R., Fountain-Zaragoza, S., Rosenberg, M., Prakash, R.S. (2020). Characterizing the Generalizability of an Attention Neuromarker in Healthy Aging. Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Montreal, Canada. Rescheduled to virtual.

 

Manglani, H.R., Fountain-Zaragoza, S., Shankar, A., Prakash, R.S. (2020). A Connectome-Based Biomarker of Working Memory in Multiple Sclerosis. International Neuropsychological Society. Denver, CO.

 

Manglani, H.R., Samimy, S., Schirda, B., Lee, K., Prakash, R.S. (2019). Does 4-week cognitive rehabilitation improve processing speed and working memory in MS? Results of mindfulness training vs. adaptive computerized training. Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers. Seattle, WA.

 

Manglani, H.R., Fountain-Zaragoza, S., Prakash, R.S. (2019). Connectome-based predictive modeling of working memory in multiple sclerosis. Cognitive Neuroscience Society. San Francisco, CA.

 

Manglani, H.R., Samimy, S., Schirda, B., Lee, K., Prakash, R.S. (2018). Effects of 4-week mindfulness training vs. adaptive computerized training on cognition in multiple sclerosis. Sixth Annual Scientific Meeting of the Center for Clinical and Translational Science. Columbus, Ohio.
 

Manglani, H.R.R., Janssen, A., Prakash R.S. (2017). Sedentary Behavior in People with MS: Impact on Cognitive Functioning. Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers. New Orleans, LA.
 

Manglani, H.R., Janssen, A., Prakash R.S. (2017). What does sitting have to do with cognitive function? Sedentary Behavior and Information Processing Speed in Multiple Sclerosis. Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum. Columbus, Ohio.
 

Manglani, H.R., Lewis, A.H., Wilson, S.J., Delgado, M.R. (2015). Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer of cigarette and food cues during abstinence in smokers. Social and Affective Neuroscience Society. Boston, MA.

ELIZABETH DURANEY

Graduate Student - Third Year

BA Psychology, Bowling Green Sate University

Research Interests

     My research interests involve examining the intersection between difficulties with emotion regulation and cognitive functioning in individuals experiencing neurodegeneration. I am also interested in looking at the impact of different lifestyle interventions (e.g., mindfulness-based stress reduction) on emotion regulation and other metrics of affective health. In the coming years I hope to work to make these interventions more accessible by aiding in the design of an online mindfulness-based intervention.

Clinical Interests

     Similar to my research interests, my clinical interests involve working with individuals experiencing difficulties with emotion dysregulation and providing them with skills to better regulate their emotions. So far, I have received training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction.

 

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

     I am committed to diversity and inclusion in research and clinical practice. My next research project will involve an online mindfulness intervention and I am committed to obtaining a representative research sample across many dimensions and it is my hope that the online format of this study will allow us to reach many different populations.

 

     My hobbies including trying out new recipes and spending time with my dog Ginger.

 

Publications

Schirda, B., Duraney, E., Lee, H. K., Manglani, H. R., Andridge, R. R., Plate, A., ... & Prakash, R. S. (2020). Mindfulness training for emotion dysregulation in multiple sclerosis: A pilot randomized controlled trial. Rehabilitation Psychology.

 

Presentations

Herring, E., Fisher, M., Schirda, B., & Prakash, R.S. (November, 2020). Impact of mindfulness training on daily use of emotion regulation strategies in multiple sclerosis: Secondary analysis of a pilot randomized controlled trial. Abstract submitted for presentation at the Mind & Life Contemplative Research Conference, Madison, WI.

 

Herring, E., Fountain-Zaragoza, S., Boron, B., Prakash, R. S. (May, 2019). Neural correlates of emotion regulation in multiple sclerosis. Poster presented at the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, Seattle, WA, United States.

 

Herring, E., Schirda, B., Nicholas, J., Prakash, R. S. (May, 2018). Mindfulness and emotion dysregulation in multiple sclerosis. Poster presented at the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, Nashville, TN, United States.

 

Murray, L., McCoy, M. G., Nebl, P., Herring, E. & Gordon, A. K. (April, 2017). The bargain hunting hypothesis: What does your shopping style say about you? Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, United States.

 

Herring, E. J. & Gordon, A. K., Oral Presenter (2016). Role of humor production and receptivity in relationship satisfaction. Oral presentation at the 2016 Undergraduate Symposium for Research and Scholarship, Bowling Green, OH.

 

Garrett-Ruffin, S. & Herring, E. J. (2015). Exploring affective processing using electroencephalogram (EEG) technology. Invited talk at Neuroscience Brown Bag Lunch, Department of Psychology, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH.

 

Garrett-Ruffin, S., & Herring, E. J. (October, 2015). Exploring relationships between electroencephalogram (EEG) theta/beta ratios, empathy, reward sensitivity and anxiety. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, IL, United States.

ANITA SHANKAR

Graduate Student - Third Year

BA Political Science, UC Berkeley

MA Psychology, NYU

Research Interests

     My research interests are in developing and applying neuroimaging feature selection methods to clinical populations in order to understand how neurological disease and aging impact brain organization and communication, as well as investigating how data features may be used for the prediction, monitoring, and treatment of symptoms.

 

Clinical Interests

     My clinical interests are in treatment and rehabilitation interventions that induce brain plasticity.

 

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

     I ’m committed to working with anyone with curiosity, a desire to learn, and respect for their fellow humans, regardless of: experience level, background, race, ethnicity, religion, language fluency, gender identity, or sexual orientation. In fact, I believe diversity widens our academic lens and strengthens the quality of our work.

 

     In my free time I enjoy spending time with my cats, walks around the neighborhood, and learning the math I used to find intimidating.

 

Publications

Henin, S., Borges, H., Shankar, A., Sarac, C., Melloni, L., Friedman, D., Flinker, A., Parra, L., Buzsaki, G., Devinsky, O., Liu, A. (2019). Closed-loop acoustic stimulation during sleep enhances slow-spindle oscillations but not memory performance. eNeuro.  

 

Shankar, A.*, Henin, S.*, Hasulak, N., Friedman, D., Dugan, P., Melloni, L., Flinker, A., Sarac, C., Fang, M., Doyle, W., Tcheng, T., Devinsky, O., Davachi, L., Liu, A. (2019). Hippocampal gamma predicts associative memory performance as measured by acute and chronic intracranial EEG. Scientific Reports, 9(1).

 

Presentations

Shankar, A., Prakash, R.S. An Integration of Edge-centric Functional Network Approaches with Whole-brain Predictive Modeling. (June, 2020). The Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Montreal, Canada. 


Manglani, H.R., Fountain-Zaragoza, S., Shankar, A., Prakash, R.S. (2020, February). A connectome-based biomarker of working memory in multiple sclerosis. The International Neuropsychological Society, Denver, Colorado.


Shankar, A., Manglani, H.R., Fountain-Zaragoza, S., Evans, D.G., Prakash, R.S. (2019, December). Patterns of increased functional connectivity predict lower working memory in people with multiple sclerosis. Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Brain Imaging. 


Shankar, A., Manglani, H.R., Fountain-Zaragoza, S., Evans, D.G., Prakash, R.S. (2019, October). Connectome-based predictive modeling of working memory from resting-state functional connectivity in people with multiple sclerosis. Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, Illinois.


Henin, S., Shankar, A., Borges, H., Friedman, D., Flinker, A., Doyle, W., Devinsky, O., Buzsaki, G., Liu, A.A. (2019, October). Spatiotemporal dynamics of associative memory processing in patients with focal epilepsy. Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, Illinois. 


Shankar, A., Henin, S., Friedman, D., Dugan, P. Melloni, L. Doyle, W., Davachi, L., Liu, A. (2018, March). Hippocampal theta-gamma coupling predicts associative memory performance as measured by chronic ambulatory electrocorticography. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Boston, Massachusetts.


Liu, A, Granitz, E; Shankar, A., Cowan, E., Barnard, S., Rajan, S., Day, K., Davachi, L., Devinsky, O., Kothare, S. (2016). Experience with a healthy subject population at a sleep research center undergoing cognitive neuroscience research. Sleep, 39, A130-A130. 


Brady, S.T., Shankar, A., Alston, A.T., & Cohen, G.L. (2013, January) Choice as self-affirmation: a trivial personal choice can buffer against threat. Poster presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.

MICHAEL MCKENNA

Graduate Student - Third Year

BA Psychology and Biology, Case Western Reserve University

Research Interests

     Neuromarkers of healthy and pathological aging; how emotional, cognitive, and attentional control deteriorates in neurodegenerative diseases;

treatment mechanisms

Clinical Interests

     Neuropsychological assessment in healthy and pathological aging individuals, individuals with neurodegenerative conditions, and other traditional neuropsychological populations

 

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

     Mike is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in science. He is coordinating the launch of a speaker series to promote neuropsychological research by early career BIPOC researchers. He has edited graduate applications for undergraduate students through the Psychological Graduate Student Association’s application review events, served as a State Science Fair judge, and has led a fMRI Tour for 30 middle schoolers as part of the STEM Breakfast of Science Champions Day. During his postbac at the National Institute on Drug Abuse, he was a founding member of NIDA’s Stigma in Addiction and Mental Illness Working group, and led an effort to internal NIDA guidelines for writing about addiction in a non-stigmatizing way.

 

     Loves to cook, hike, and play board games (especially a competitive game of Settlers of Catan).

 

Publications

Prakash, R.S., McKenna, M.R., Gbadeyan, O., Shankar, A.R., Andridge, R., Scharre, D.W., for the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (in preparation). A Whole-Brain Functional Connectivity Model of Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology.

 

Prakash, R.S., McKenna, M.R., Gbadeyan, O., Andridge, R., Scharre, D.W., for the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (under review). p-tau/Aβ42 Ratio Associates with Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer's disease, Mild Cognitive Impairment, and Cognitively Unimpaired Older Adults.

 

Fedota, J.R., Ross, T.J., Chen, T., Castillo, J., McKenna, M.R., Matous, A.L., Salmeron, B.J., Menon, V., & Stein, E.A. (in press). Nicotine abstinence decreases time varying connectivity across the brain in smokers.

 

Fedota, J.R., Ding, X., Matous, A.L., Salmeron, B.J., McKenna, M.R., Gu, H., Ross, T.J., & Stein, E.A. (2017). Resting connectivity in insular subdivisions is differentially modulated by nicotine abstinence. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 3(2), 150-159,

 

McKenna, M.R., Stobaugh, D.J., & Deepak, P. (2014). Melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer in inflammatory bowel disease patients following tumor necrosis factor-α inhibitor monotherapy and in combination with thiopurines: analysis of the Food and Drug Administration Adverse Event Reporting System. Journal of Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases, 24(3), 267-271.

Presentations

McKenna, M. R., Fountain-Zaragoza, S., Samimy, S., & Prakash, R.S. (2020). Evaluating the Predictive Ability of Resting-State Networks for Sustained Attention in Aging. Poster presented at the International Neuropsychological Society (INS) Annual Meeting; 2020 Feb 2; Denver, CO.

 

Fedota, J.R., Ross, T.J., Chen, T., Ding, X., Matous, A.L., McKenna, M.R., Salmeron, B.J., Menon, V., & Stein, E. A. (2018). Nicotine abstinence modulates dynamic functional connectivity across the brain in smokers. Poster presented at American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) Annual Meeting; 2018 Dec 9; Hollywood, FL.

 

McKenna, M.R., Fedota, J.R., Garcia-Romeu, A., Griffiths, R., Johnson, M. & Stein, E. A. (2018). Psilocybin modulates cognitive control in treatment seeking smokers. Poster presented at Society of Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting; 2018 May 10; New York City, NY.

 

Fedota, J.R., McKenna, M.R., Matous, A.L., Slater, K., Salmeron, B.J., Ross, T.J., & Stein, E.A. (2017). Abstinence induced deficits in target-but not flanker-processing in smokers. Poster presented at American College of Neuropsychopharmacology Annual Meeting; 2017 Dec 3; Palm Springs, CA.

 

Judge, E. J., Fedota, J. R., Garcia-Romeu, A., McKenna, M. R., Matous, A. L., Abulseoud, O., Salmeron, B. J., Umbricht, A., Johnson, M., Griffiths, R., & Stein, E. A. (2017). Influence of psilocybin on emotional, attentional, and executive control in treatment-seeking smokers. Poster presented at the National Institute of Health Poster Day; 2017 Aug 10; Bethesda, MD.

 

McKenna, M.R., Fedota, J.R., Matous, A.L., Slater, K., Salmeron, B.J., Ross, T.J., & Stein E. A. (2017). Smokers’ insular and striatal resting connectivity differ based on behavioral motivation to quit. Poster presented at the National Institute of Health Postbaccalaureate Poster Day; 2017 May 4; Bethesda, MD.

 

McKenna, M.R., Kotynski, A., & Demaree, H. (2016). Exploring how emotional states affect exploit and explore behaviors. Poster presented at CWRU Research ShowCASE & SOURCE Symposium; 2016 April 15; Cleveland, OH.

MEGAN FISHER

Graduate Student -First Year

BS Psychology, Michigan State University

Research Interests

     Broadly, Megan is interested in examining the role of mindfulness on the relationship between cognitive function and emotion regulation, particularly in older adults and individuals with internalizing psychopathology. She is also interested in studying the neural mechanisms of mindfulness training and its impact on overall well-being.

 

Clinical Interests

     Megan is interested in conducting mindfulness-based stress reduction with individuals suffering from internalizing psychopathology and chronic stress. 

 

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

     Megan is committed to incorporating diversity and inclusion in both her future research and clinical work by actively seeking opportunities to engage with diverse and underrepresented populations. Furthermore, she believes it is imperative to embrace diversity of thought and looks forward to engaging in rigorous discussions with mentors, peers, undergraduates, and community members.  Lastly, Megan aspires to help bridge the gap between the scientific and lay communities by presenting her future research with diverse non-scientific groups.

 

     In her spare time, Megan enjoys practicing yoga/meditation, weightlifting, going for walks, and cooking.

 

Publications

Lin, Y., Rothschild, L.M., Louis, C.C., Eckerle, W. D., Fisher, M. E., & Moser, J. S. (Accepted  for publication). An electrophysiological investigation on the emotion regulatory mechanisms of brief open monitoring meditation in novice non-meditators. Scientific Reports.

 

Danovitch, J. H., Fisher, M. E., Schroder, H. S., Hambrick, D. Z., & Moser, J. S. (2019). Intelligence and neurophysiological markers of error monitoring relate to children’s intellectual humility. Child Development, 90, 924-939.        https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.12960.

 

Lin, Y., Fisher, M. E., & Moser, J. S. (2018). Clarifying the relationship between mindfulness and executive attention: A combined behavioral and      neurophysiological study. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 14, 205-215. doi: 10.1093/scan/nsy113.

 

Moser, J. S., Fisher, M. E., Hicks, B., Zucker, R., Durbin, C. E. (2018). Feedback-related neurophysiology in children and their parents: Developmental differences, familial transmission, and relationship to error monitoring.  International Journal of           Psychophysiology, 132, 338-352.

Lo, S. L., Schroder, H. S., Fisher, M. E., Durbin, C. E., Fitzgerald, K., & Moser, J.S. (2017).  Associations between disorder-specific symptoms of anxiety and error monitoring brain activity in young children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 45, 1439-1448.

 

Schroder, H. S., Fisher, M. E., Lin, Y., Lo, S. L., Danovitch, J. H., & Moser, J. S. (2017). Neural evidence for enhanced attention to mistakes among school-aged children with a growth mindset. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 24, 42-50.

 

Lin, Y., Fisher, M. E., Roberts, S. M., & Moser, J. S. (2016). Deconstructing the  emotion regulatory properties of mindfulness: An electrophysiological investigation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10, 451.

 

Schleider, J. L., Schroder, H. S., Lo, S. L., Fisher, M. F., Danovitch, J. H., Weisz, J. R., &  Moser, J. S. (2016). Parents’ intelligence mindsets relate to child internalizing problems: Moderation through child gender. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25, 3627-3636.

 

Presentations

Fisher, M.E., Herring, E., & Prakash, RS. (November, 2020). Fluid cognition moderates the link between mindfulness and emotion regulation strategy use. Abstract submitted for presentation at the Mind and Life Contemplative Research Conference in Madison, Wisconsin.

 

Herring, E., Fisher, M.E., Schirda, B., & Prakash, R.S. (November, 2020). Impact of      mindfulness training on daily use of emotion regulation strategies in multiple sclerosis:   Secondary analysis of a pilot randomized controlled trial. Abstract submitted for presentation at the Mind and Life Contemplative Research Conference in Madison, Wisconsin.

 

Lin, Y., Fisher, M. E., Peng, L. W., Dewitt, S., Foster, K., Wright, M., Eckerle, W., Sem, K., &     Moser, J. S. (May, 2018). Clarifying the relationship between mindfulness and executive     attention: A multimodal electrophysiological study. Poster presented at the 30th annual meeting for the Association of Psychological Science in San Francisco, CA.

 

Slate, R., Schroder, H.S., Fisher, M.E., Durbin, C.E., & Moser, J.S. (May, 2017). Convergent     validity of ERN and Pe across flanker and go/no-go tasks in community adults. Poster presented at the 29th annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science in Boston, MA.

 

Fisher, M. E., Lin, Y., & Moser, J. S. (September, 2016). The relationship between mindfulness and responding to negative events: An electrophysiological investigation.   Poster presented at the 56th annual meeting for the Society for Psychophysiological Research in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Kulesa, K., Fisher, M., Schorder, H.S., & Moser, J.S. (May, 2016). The role of parental emotion mindset in the intergenerational transmission of depression. Poster  presented at the 28th annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science in    Chicago, IL.

 

Lin, Y., Fisher, M. E., Finch, J., Roberts, S. M., Bracken, K., & Moser, J. S. (September, 2015).  Minding emotions: Investigating the effects of mindfulness training on affective processing. Poster presented at the 55th annual meeting for the Society for Psychophysiological Research in Seattle, WA.

 

Schroder, H.S., Fisher, M.E., Lo, S.L., Danovitch, J.H., & Moser, J.S. (September, 2015). Empathy and error monitoring in school-aged children: An electrophysiological study. Poster presented at the 54th annual meeting for the Society for Psychophysiological Research in Atlanta, GA.

 

Fisher, M.E., Lin, Y., Bennet, K., & Moser, J.S. (June, 2015). Neurophysiological evidence linking mind-body-intervention to PTSD: A case study. Poster presented at the    annual meeting for the Mind and Life Summer Research Institute in Garrison, NY.

 

Fisher, M.E., Lin, Y., Bennet, K., & Moser, J.S. (May, 2015). Neurophysiological evidence linking mind-body-intervention to PTSD: A case study. Poster presented at the 27th     annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science in New York City, NY.

 

Lin, Y., Fisher, M.E., Finch, J., Roberts, S.M., Bracken, K., & Moser, J.S. (May, 2015). An electrophysiological investigation on the effects of mindfulness training on early       affective processing. Poster presented at the 27th annual meeting of the Association for    Psychological Science in New York City, NY.

 

Lo, S., Schroder, H.S., Fisher, M.E., Danovitch, J.H., & Moser, J.S. (May, 2015). Neurophysiological evidence linking children’s mindset to post-error performance.    Poster presented at the 27th annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science   in New York City, NY.

 

Fisher, M.E., Schroder, H.S., Moser, J.S., & Danovitch, J.H. (March, 2015).  Neurophysiological correlates of mindsets in school-aged children: Evidence from error monitoring studies. Poster presented at the 2015 biannual meeting of the Society    for Research in Child Development in Philadelphia, PA.

 

Fisher, M.E., Levasseur, M., Shenouda, C., & Danovitch, J.H. (April, 2013). Stereotype threat   susceptibility in preschool girls. Poster presented at the Michigan State University   annual meeting for the University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum in East Lansing, MI.

JAMES TENG

Graduate Student - First Year

BA Psychology, University at Buffalo

BA Hons, University of Queensland, Australia

Research Interests

Attention, Mindfulness Meditation, fMRI, Functional Connectivity

 

Clinical Interests

Cognitive Decline

 

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

I acknowledge my ignorance of the matter, and aspire to learning and doing what I can.

 

Publications

Teng, J., Massar, S., Tandi, J., & Lim, J. (2019). Pace yourself: Neural activation and connectivity changes over time vary by task type and pacing. Brain and Cognition, 137, 103629.

Teng, J., Ong, J. L., Patanaik, A., Tandi, J., Zhou, J. H., Chee, M. W., & Lim, J. (2019). Vigilance declines following sleep deprivation are associated with two previously identified dynamic connectivity states. NeuroImage, 200, 382-390.

Lim, J., Teng, J., Patanaik, A., Tandi, J., & Massar, S. (2018). Dynamic functional connectivity markers of objective trait mindfulness. Neuroimage. 176, 193-202. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.04.056

Wong, K.F., Teng, J., Chee, M.W.L., Doshi, K., & Lim, J. (2018). Positive effects of Mindfulness-based training on energy maintenance and the EEG correlates of sustained attention in a cohort of nurses. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience,12:80. https://doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2018.00080

Lim, J., Teng, J., Wong, K. F., & Chee, M. W. (2016). Modulating rest-break length induces differential recruitment of automatic and controlled attentional processes upon task reengagement. NeuroImage, 134, 64-73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2016.03.077

Garrido, M. I., Teng, C. L. J., Taylor, J. A., Rowe, E. G., & Mattingley, J. B. (2016). Surprise responses in the human brain demonstrate statistical learning under high concurrent cognitive demand. npj Science of Learning, 1, 16006. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npjscilearn.2016.6

 

Presentations

James Teng, Stijn Massar, Jesisca Tandi, Julian Lim. (2018, June). Trait mindfulness and functional connectivity do not predict performance on a rhythm-keeping task. Poster presented at OHBM 2018, Singapore.

Kian Foong Wong, Stacey Henderson, Shin Wee Chong, James Teng, Zuriel Hassirim, Kinjal Doshi, Julian Lim. (2018, June). Functional connectivity changes after behavioral interventions for mild cognitive impairment. Poster presented at OHBM 2018, Singapore.

Julian Lim, James Teng, Amiya Patanaik, Jesisca Tandi, Stijn Massar. (2018, June). Dynamic functional connectivity markers of objective trait mindfulness. Poster presented at OHBM 2018, Singapore.

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