Bobby Stojanoski
Bobby Stojanoski
Ontario Tech University
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Bilingualism affords no general cognitive advantages: A population study of executive function in 11,000 people
ES Nichols, CJ Wild, B Stojanoski, ME Battista, AM Owen
Psychological Science 31 (5), 548-567, 2020
Dissociable effects of self-reported daily sleep duration on high-level cognitive abilities
CJ Wild, ES Nichols, ME Battista, B Stojanoski, AM Owen
Sleep 41 (12), zsy182, 2018
Time to wave good-bye to phase scrambling: Creating controlled scrambled images using diffeomorphic transformations
B Stojanoski, R Cusack
Journal of vision 14 (12), 6-6, 2014
Expert and crowd-sourced validation of an individualized sleep spindle detection method employing complex demodulation and individualized normalization
LB Ray, S Sockeel, M Soon, A Bore, A Myhr, B Stojanoski, R Cusack, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 507, 2015
Late positive complex in event-related potentials tracks memory signals when they are decision relevant
H Yang, G Laforge, B Stojanoski, ES Nichols, K McRae, S Köhler
Scientific reports 9 (1), 9469, 2019
Influences of time and spatial frequency on the perceptual bias: Evidence for competition between hemispheres
M Niemeier, B Stojanoski, AL Greco
Neuropsychologia 45 (5), 1029-1040, 2007
Brain training habits are not associated with generalized benefits to cognition: An online study of over 1000 “brain trainers”.
B Stojanoski, CJ Wild, ME Battista, ES Nichols, AM Owen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 150 (4), 729, 2021
Sustained vigilance is negatively affected by mild and acute sleep loss reflected by reduced capacity for decision making, motor preparation, and execution
B Stojanoski, A Benoit, N Van Den Berg, LB Ray, AM Owen, ...
Sleep 42 (1), zsy200, 2019
Targeted training: Converging evidence against the transferable benefits of online brain training on cognitive function
B Stojanoski, KM Lyons, AAA Pearce, AM Owen
Neuropsychologia 117, 541-550, 2018
Exploring sensory phenotypes in autism spectrum disorder
NE Scheerer, K Curcin, B Stojanoski, E Anagnostou, R Nicolson, E Kelley, ...
Molecular Autism 12, 1-16, 2021
Modeling an auditory stimulated brain under altered states of consciousness using the generalized ising model
S Kandeepan, J Rudas, F Gomez, B Stojanoski, S Valluri, AM Owen, ...
Neuroimage 223, 117367, 2020
Paradoxical cross-over due to attention to high or low spatial frequencies
M Niemeier, B Stojanoski, VWA Singh, E Chu
Brain and Cognition 67 (1), 115-125, 2008
Diagnostic developments in differentiating unresponsive wakefulness syndrome and the minimally conscious state
C Porcaro, IE Nemirovsky, F Riganello, Z Mansour, A Cerasa, P Tonin, ...
Frontiers in Neurology 12, 778951, 2022
Examining the relationship between measures of autistic traits and neural synchrony during movies in children with and without autism
KM Lyons, RA Stevenson, AM Owen, B Stojanoski
NeuroImage: Clinical 28, 102477, 2020
Spatial frequency-specific effects on the attentional bias: Evidence for two attentional systems
VVW Singh, B Stojanoski, A Le, M Niemeier
Cortex 47 (5), 547-556, 2011
Individualized assessment of residual cognition in patients with disorders of consciousness
G Laforge, LE Gonzalez-Lara, AM Owen, B Stojanoski
NeuroImage: Clinical 28, 102472, 2020
A toggle switch of visual awareness?
A Le, BB Stojanoski, S Khan, M Keough, M Niemeier
Cortex 64, 169-178, 2015
Transdiagnostic patterns of sensory processing in autism and ADHD
NE Scheerer, A Pourtousi, C Yang, Z Ding, B Stojanoski, E Anagnostou, ...
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 54 (1), 280-292, 2024
Feature-based attention modulates the perception of object contours
B Stojanoski, M Niemeier
Journal of Vision 7 (14), 18-18, 2007
Reversed and increased functional connectivity in non-REM sleep suggests an altered rather than reduced state of consciousness relative to wake
E Houldin, Z Fang, LB Ray, B Stojanoski, AM Owen, SM Fogel
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 11943, 2021
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