Selected Research Publications

Pitt, K; Brumberg, J., Burnison, J., Kidwai, J., & Mehta, J. (2019). Behind the scenes of non-invasive brain-computer interfaces: A review of electroencephalography signals, how they are recorded, and why they matter. Perspectives in Speech Language Pathology, 1-15.

Criminger, C., Swank, C., Almutairi, S., & Mehta, J. (2018). Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Plus Concurrent Activity May Influence Task Prioritization During Walking in People with Parkinson’s Disease – initial findings. Journal of Parkinsonism and Restless Legs Syndrome, 8, 25 – 32

Swank, C., Mehta, J., & Criminger, C. (2016). tDCS Lessens Dual-Task Cost in People with Parkinson’s Disease. Neuroscience Letters, 626 (1-5)

Bharadwaj, S & Mehta, J. (2016). An exploratory study of visual sequential processing in children with cochlear implants. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 85:158-165

Mehta, J. & Jerger, J. (2014).  Semantic priming effect across the life span: an ERP study.   International Journal of Audiology, 53 (4), 235-242.  

Walker-Batson, D. Mehta, J. Smith, P. Johnson, M. (2016). Amphetamine and other pharmacological agents in human and animal studies of recovery from stroke. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry. 64:225-230.

Walker-Batson, D., Smith, P., Curtis, S., Unwin D.H. (2004). Neuromodulation paired with learning dependent practice to enhance post stroke recovery? Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience; 22:387-392.

Walker-Batson, D., Curtis, S., Natarajan, R., Ford, J., Dronkers, N., Salmeron, E., Lai, J., Unwin, D. H. (2001). A double-blind placebo controlled study of the use of amphetamine in the treatment of aphasia. Stroke; 32:2093-2098.

Unwin, H. and Walker-Batson, D. (2000). No side effects after low-dose amphetamine administration in stroke rehabilitation. Stroke; 31:1788-1789.

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