Browsing publications by Dr Sara Graziadio

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Ruth Cromarty
Dr Greg Elder
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Mark Baker
Professor John O'Brien
et al.
Neurophysiological biomarkers for Lewy body dementias2016
Dr Ruth Cromarty
Dr Greg Elder
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Mark Baker
Professor John O'Brien
et al.
Neurophysiological biomarkers for Lewy body dementias.2016
Nik Murphy
Alison Killen
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Dr Michael Firbank
et al.
Early Bottom-Up Visual Information Processing in Hallucinating Patients with Parkinson’s Disease with Dementia: A Preliminary Visual Evoked Potential Study2015
Dr Ruth Cromarty
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Sean Colloby
Alison Killen
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
et al.
Electrophysiological Correlates of Attentional Dysfunction in Dementia with Lewy Bodies2015
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Kianoush Nazarpour
Sabine Gretenkord
Dr Andrew Jackson
Professor Janet Eyre
et al.
Greater intermanual transfer in the elderly suggests age-related bilateral motor cortex activation is compensatory2015
Nik Murphy
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr John-Paul Taylor
et al.
Towards a Gold-Standard for Combined TMS and EEG Data Pre-Processing: A critical examination of the effectiveness and reliability of a two tiered independent components analysis approach2015
Dr Sara Graziadio
Rich Davison
Kholood Shalabi
Dr Gary Ushaw
Dr Graham Morgan
et al.
Bespoke Video Games to Provide Early Response Markers to Identify the Optimal Strategies for Maximizing Rehabilitation2014
Rich Davison
Dr Sara Graziadio
Kholood Shalabi
Dr Gary Ushaw
Dr Graham Morgan
et al.
Early response markers from video games for rehabilitation strategies2014
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Sean Colloby
et al.
fMRI resting state networks and their association with cognitive fluctuations in dementia with Lewy bodies2014
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr John-Paul Taylor
et al.
Resting state fMRI brain network connectivity in dementia with Lewy bodies and Alzheimer's disease2014
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