University of Surrey

Test tubes in the lab Research in the ATI Dance Research

Items where Author is "Mathews, S"

Up a level
Export as [feed] RSS 1.0 [feed] RSS 2.0
Group by: Item Type | No Grouping
Number of items: 8.


Kranczioch, C, Mathews, S, Dean, PJA and Sterr, A (2010) Task complexity differentially affects executed and imagined movement preparation: evidence from movement-related potentials. PLoS ONE, 5 (2).

Kranczioch, Cornelia, Mathews, Simon, Dean, Phil J.A. and Sterr, Annette (2009) On the Equivalence of Executed and Imagined Movements: Evidence From Lateralized Motor and Nonmotor Potentials Human Brain Mapping.

Mathews, Simon, Dean, Phil John Ainsley and Sterr, Annette (2006) EEG dipole analysis of motor-priming foreperiod activity reveals separate sources for motor and spatial attention components. Clinical Neurophysiology, 117 (12). pp. 2675-2683.

Book Section

Sterr, Annette, Dean, Philip and Mathews, S (2008) Preparing the unlikely event - when no-response priming activates the motor system In: Progress in Biological Psychology Research. Nova Science Publishers, Hauppange, New York, pp. 13-10. ISBN 978-1-60456-355-9

Conference or Workshop Item

Sterr, A, Dean, PJA and Mathews, S (2006) Ageing in Motor Control: Behavioural and ERP correlates of Motor Priming in the Elderly. In: British Neuroscience Association Annual Meeting, 2006 - ?.

Mathews, S, Dean, PJA and Sterr, A (2006) Seperating spatial attention and motor-related lateralized ERP components in an S1-S2 motor priming paradigm In: Human Brain Mapping, 2006 - ?, Florence.

Mathews, S, Dean, PJA, Harrison, N, Williams, N and Sterr, A Movement preparation and execution following a no-response pre-cue: A pilot study using behavioural and EEG data. In: Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group Meeting, 2005 - ?.


Mathews, Simon. (2008) Motor preparation with advance informaton in movement imagery and observation. Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey (United Kingdom)..

This list was generated on Fri Jun 22 18:42:06 2018 UTC.

Information about this web site

© The University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XH, United Kingdom.
+44 (0)1483 300800