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NEUROSCIENCE

Dr Diana Karamacoska uses a range of physiological measures to study behaviour and cognitive processes involving attention, memory, and decision-making.  She was trained to record and analyse measures of heart rate, skin conductance, and pupillometry, and the brain's electrical activity through electroencephalography (EEG), at the world-renowned Brain & Behaviour Research Institute.  Her research in cognitive neuroscience continues at the HEADBOX Lab, led by A/Prof Genevieve Steiner, with several investigations underway to identify how the brain changes with age.

 

PUBLISHED WORK

2019

ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL UNDERPINNINGS OF PERFORMANCE IN 
TWO-CHOICE TASKS

2019

EEG-ERP DYNAMICS IN A VISUAL CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE TEST

2019

DATA-DRIVEN DERIVATION OF NATURAL EEG FREQUENCY COMPONENTS: ASSESSING RESTING EEG IN HEALTHY AGEING

2019

INTERROGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SCHIZOTYPY AND NEURONAL OSCILLATORY ACTIVITY

2019

THE EEG THETA/BETA RATIO: A MARKER OF AROUSAL OR COGNITIVE PROCESSING CAPACITY?

2019

USING PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS ANALYSIS TO EXAMINE RESTING STATE EEG IN RELATION TO TASK PERFORMANCE

2019

COMPONENTS IN THE P300: DON’T FORGET THE NOVELTY P3!

2018

ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL UNDERPINNINGS OF RESPONSE VARIABILITY IN THE GO/NOGO TASK

2018

EEG PHASE STATES AT STIMULUS ONSET IN A VARIABLE-ISI GO/NOGO TASK: EFFECTS ON ERP COMPONENTS

2018

INTRINSIC EEG AND TASK-RELATED CHANGES IN EEG AFFECT GO/NOGO TASK PERFORMANCE

2017

RESTING STATE INTRINSIC EEG IMPACTS ON GO STIMULUS‐RESPONSE PROCESSES

2016

ERP GO/NOGO CONDITION EFFECTS ARE BETTER DETECTED WITH SEPARATE PCAS

2015

CLARIFYING THE SEQUENTIAL PROCESSES INVOLVED IN A CUED CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE TEST

2014

PREFERRED EEG BRAIN STATES AT STIMULUS ONSET IN A FIXED INTERSTIMULUS INTERVAL EQUIPROBABLE AUDITORY GO/NOGO TASK: A DEFINITIVE STUDY

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