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A single bout of passive exercise mitigates a mental fatigue-induced inhibitory control deficit

Journal article

Ahn J. et al, (2023), Experimental Brain Research

Education is power: preserving cognition in the UK biobank.

Journal article

Tari B. et al, (2023), Front Public Health, 11

The unidirectional prosaccade switch-cost: no evidence for the passive dissipation of an oculomotor task-set inertia

Journal article

Tari B. et al, (2022), Experimental Brain Research, 240, 2061 - 2071

Distinct visual resolution supports aperture shaping in natural and pantomime-grasping.

Journal article

Heath M. et al, (2022), Can J Exp Psychol, 76, 22 - 28


Conference paper

Shirzad M. et al, (2022), PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 59, S111 - S111

Evaluating the efficacy of an iPad® app in determining a single bout of exercise benefit to executive function

Journal article

Tari B. and Heath M., (2021), Behavior Research Methods, 54, 2398 - 2408

Exercise intensity-specific changes to cerebral blood velocity do not modulate a postexercise executive function benefit

Journal article

Tari B. et al, (2021), Neuropsychologia, 161, 108018 - 108018

Pro- and antisaccade task-switching: response suppression-and not vector inversion-contributes to a task-set inertia.

Journal article

Tari B. and Heath M., (2019), Exp Brain Res, 237, 3475 - 3484

Response suppression produces a switch-cost for spatially compatible saccades.

Journal article

Tari B. et al, (2019), Exp Brain Res, 237, 1195 - 1203