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John Frederick Dyer
John Frederick Dyer
Cumulus Neuroscience
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Transposing musical skill: sonification of movement as concurrent augmented feedback enhances learning in a bimanual task
J Dyer, P Stapleton, M Rodger
Psychological research 81 (4), 850-862, 2017
282017
Advantages of melodic over rhythmic movement sonification in bimanual motor skill learning
JF Dyer, P Stapleton, MWM Rodger
Experimental Brain Research 235 (10), 3129-3140, 2017
252017
Mapping sonification for perception and action in motor skill learning
JF Dyer, P Stapleton, M Rodger
Frontiers in Neuroscience 11, 463, 2017
242017
Sonification as concurrent augmented feedback for motor skill learning and the importance of mapping design
J F Dyer, P Stapleton, M WM Rodger
The Open Psychology Journal 8 (1), 2015
232015
Human movement sonification for motor skill learning
JF Dyer
School of Psychology, Queen’s University, Belfast, 2017
82017
Quantifying cognitive aging and performance with at-home gamified mobile EEG
B Murphy, A Aleni, B Belaoucha, J Dyer, H Nolan
2018 International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging (PRNI), 1-4, 2018
72018
Sonification of Movement for Motor Skill Learning in a Novel Bimanual Task: Aesthetics and Retention Strategies
J Dyer, P Stapleton, M Rodger
International Community on Auditory Display, 2016
52016
F3-03-03: Replicating lab electrophysiology with older users in the home, using gamified dry EEG.
B Murphy, F Barbey, AR Buick, J Dyer, F Farina, B McGuinness, ...
Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2019, 2019
32019
Feasibility of repeated assessment of cognitive function in older adults using a wireless, mobile, dry-EEG headset and tablet-based games
EC McWilliams, FM Barbey, JF Dyer, MN Islam, B McGuinness, B Murphy, ...
Frontiers in Psychiatry 12, 2021
22021
Neuroscience from the comfort of your home: Repeated, self-administered wireless dry EEG measures brain function with high fidelity
FM Barbey, FR Farina, AR Buick, L Danyeli, JF Dyer, MN Islam, M Krylova, ...
Frontiers in Digital Health 4, 2022
12022
P. 702 Feasibility of mobile dry-EEG for early detection of psychotic disorders: A usability study and pilot field trial
J Dyer, F Barbey, S Barrett, A Buick, C Mulholland, C Shannon, B Murphy
European Neuropsychopharmacology 29, S474-S475, 2019
12019
P4‐317: MEASURING COGNITIVE DECLINE WITH HOME‐BASED GAMIFIED MOBILE EEG
B Murphy, AR Buick, J Dyer, H Nolan, B McGuinness, AP Passmore
Alzheimer's & Dementia 14 (7S_Part_30), P1579-P1579, 2018
12018
Evaluation of adaption skills in older adults using behavioural and EEG repeated measurements during a visual oddball object detection task: Biomarkers (non‐neuroimaging …
LMR Delgado, H Nolan, AR Buick, F Barbey, J Dyer, B McGuinness, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 16, e042575, 2020
2020
Comparing conventional wet EEG vs dry‐sensor wireless EEG to probe sensory processing and neuronal function in the aging brain: Biomarkers (non‐neuroimaging)/novel biomarkers
H Nolan, F Barbey, AR Buick, J Dyer, B Murphy
Alzheimer's & Dementia 16, e045666, 2020
2020
Longitudinal, self-administered, wireless dry EEG reliably measures cognition in older adults
FM Barbey, FR Farina, AR Buick, LMR Delgado, J Dyer, MN Islam, ...
AAIC Neuroscience Next, 2020
2020
P. 398 Acute and long-term electrophysiological responses to subanesthetic ketamine recorded inside and outside the lab, using a novel EEG platform
B Murphy, F Barbey, M Bianchi, D Buhl, A Buick, L Danyeli, J Dyer, ...
European Neuropsychopharmacology 40, S228, 2020
2020
Gamified mobile EEG for early detection of psychotic disorders: identifying needs from clinicians and end-users
JF Dyer, F Barbey, S Barrett, E Pickering, A Buick, C Mulholland, ...
British Association for Psychopharmacology Summer Meeting, Manchester 33 (8 …, 2019
2019
Detecting Ecological Variation in Caffeine Intake with At-Home Gamified Dry EEG
B Murphy, A Aleni, B Belaoucha, J Dyer, H Nolan
NEUROPSYCHOBIOLOGY 77 (3), 148-149, 2018
2018
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