Jason Neva
Jason Neva
Assistant Professor | School of Kinesiology | Université de Montréal
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A review of transcranial magnetic stimulation and multimodal neuroimaging to characterize post-stroke neuroplasticity
AM Auriat, JL Neva, S Peters, JK Ferris, LA Boyd
Frontiers in neurology 6, 154605, 2015
Aerobic exercise modulates intracortical inhibition and facilitation in a nonexercised upper limb muscle
AM Singh, RE Duncan, JL Neva, WR Staines
BMC sports science, medicine and rehabilitation 6, 1-10, 2014
Exercise increases caudate dopamine release and ventral striatal activation in Parkinson's disease
MA Sacheli, JL Neva, B Lakhani, DK Murray, N Vafai, E Shahinfard, ...
Movement Disorders 34 (12), 1891-1900, 2019
Behavioral and neural evidence of the rewarding value of exercise behaviors: a systematic review
B Cheval, R Radel, JL Neva, LA Boyd, SP Swinnen, D Sander, ...
Sports Medicine 48, 1389-1404, 2018
Acute exercise enhances the response to paired associative stimulation-induced plasticity in the primary motor cortex
AM Singh, JL Neva, WR Staines
Experimental brain research 232, 3675-3685, 2014
Moving sport and exercise science forward: a call for the adoption of more transparent research practices
AR Caldwell, AD Vigotsky, MS Tenan, R Radel, DT Mellor, A Kreutzer, ...
Sports Medicine 50 (3), 449-459, 2020
Promoting motor cortical plasticity with acute aerobic exercise: a role for cerebellar circuits
CS Mang, KE Brown, JL Neva, NJ Snow, KL Campbell, LA Boyd
Neural plasticity 2016, 2016
Multiple measures of corticospinal excitability are associated with clinical features of multiple sclerosis
JL Neva, B Lakhani, KE Brown, KP Wadden, CS Mang, NHM Ledwell, ...
Behavioural Brain Research SreeTestContent1 297, 187-195, 2016
An acute bout of exercise modulates both intracortical and interhemispheric excitability
JL Neva, KE Brown, CS Mang, BA Francisco, LA Boyd
European Journal of Neuroscience 45 (10), 1343-1355, 2017
Aerobic exercise enhances neural correlates of motor skill learning
AM Singh, JL Neva, WR Staines
Behavioural brain research 301, 19-26, 2016
Human dorsomedial parieto-motor circuit specifies grasp during the planning of goal-directed hand actions
M Vesia, M Barnett-Cowan, B Elahi, G Jegatheeswaran, R Isayama, ...
Cortex 92, 175-186, 2017
Interhemispheric pathways are important for motor outcome in individuals with chronic and severe upper limb impairment post stroke
KS Hayward, JL Neva, CS Mang, S Peters, KP Wadden, JK Ferris, ...
Neural plasticity 2017, 2017
Predicting motor sequence learning in individuals with chronic stroke
KP Wadden, KD Asis, CS Mang, JL Neva, S Peters, B Lakhani, LA Boyd
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 31 (1), 95-104, 2017
Evaluation of differences in brain neurophysiology and morphometry associated with hand function in individuals with chronic stroke
MR Borich, JL Neva, LA Boyd
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 33 (1), 31-42, 2015
Visuomotor adaptation and generalization with repeated and varied training
JL Neva, DYP Henriques
Experimental brain research 226, 363-372, 2013
Primary motor cortex excitability is modulated with bimanual training
JL Neva, W Legon, WR Staines
Neuroscience Letters 514 (2), 147-151, 2012
Sensorimotor integration in chronic stroke: Baseline differences and response to sensory training
KE Brown, JL Neva, SJ Feldman, WR Staines, LA Boyd
Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 36 (2), 245-259, 2018
The effects of acute exercise on visuomotor adaptation, learning, and inter-limb transfer
JL Neva, JA Ma, D Orsholits, MP Boisgontier, LA Boyd
Experimental brain research 237, 1109-1127, 2019
Modulation of left primary motor cortex excitability after bimanual training and intermittent theta burst stimulation to left dorsal premotor cortex
JL Neva, M Vesia, AM Singh, WR Staines
Behavioural brain research 261, 289-296, 2014
Individualized challenge point practice as a method to aid motor sequence learning
KP Wadden, NJ Hodges, L Kristopher, JL Neva, LA Boyd
Journal of Motor Behavior, 2018
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