Douglas Owen Cheyne
Douglas Owen Cheyne
Professor, Neurosciences & Mental Health Program, Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto
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Post-movement beta rebound is generated in motor cortex: evidence from neuromagnetic recordings
MT Jurkiewicz, WC Gaetz, AC Bostan, D Cheyne
Neuroimage 32 (3), 1281-1289, 2006
Neuromagnetic fields accompanying unilateral and bilateral voluntary movements: topography and analysis of cortical sources
R Kristeva, D Cheyne, L Deecke
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Evoked Potentials …, 1991
Self-paced movements induce high-frequency gamma oscillations in primary motor cortex
D Cheyne, S Bells, P Ferrari, W Gaetz, AC Bostan
Neuroimage 42 (1), 332-342, 2008
Spatiotemporal mapping of cortical activity accompanying voluntary movements using an event‐related beamforming approach
D Cheyne, L Bakhtazad, W Gaetz
Human brain mapping 27 (3), 213-229, 2006
MEG studies of sensorimotor rhythms: a review
DO Cheyne
Experimental neurology 245, 27-39, 2013
Neuromagnetic imaging of cortical oscillations accompanying tactile stimulation
D Cheyne, W Gaetz, L Garnero, JP Lachaux, A Ducorps, D Schwartz, ...
Cognitive brain research 17 (3), 599-611, 2003
Localization of sensorimotor cortical rhythms induced by tactile stimulation using spatially filtered MEG
W Gaetz, D Cheyne
Neuroimage 30 (3), 899-908, 2006
Movement-related desynchronization of the cerebral cortex studied with spatially filtered magnetoencephalography
M Taniguchi, A Kato, N Fujita, M Hirata, H Tanaka, T Kihara, H Ninomiya, ...
Neuroimage 12 (3), 298-306, 2000
Supplementary motor area activation while tapping bimanually different rhythms in musicians
W Lang, H Obrig, G Lindinger, D Cheyne, L Deecke
Experimental Brain Research 79, 504-514, 1990
Event-related beamforming: a robust method for presurgical functional mapping using MEG
D Cheyne, AC Bostan, W Gaetz, EW Pang
Clinical Neurophysiology 118 (8), 1691-1704, 2007
Dynamic cortical activity in the human brain reveals motor equivalence
JAS Kelso, A Fuchs, R Lancaster, T Holroyd, D Cheyne, H Weinberg
Nature 392 (6678), 814-818, 1998
Neuromagnetic fields accompanying unilateral finger movements: pre-movement and movement-evoked fields
D Cheyne, H Weinberg
Experimental brain research 78, 604-612, 1989
Neuromagnetic imaging of movement-related cortical oscillations in children and adults: age predicts post-movement beta rebound
W Gaetz, M Macdonald, D Cheyne, OC Snead
Neuroimage 51 (2), 792-807, 2010
Enhanced synchrony in epileptiform activity? Local versus distant phase synchronization in generalized seizures
LG Dominguez, RA Wennberg, W Gaetz, D Cheyne, OC Snead, ...
Journal of neuroscience 25 (35), 8077-8084, 2005
Three-dimensional localization of SMA activity preceding voluntary movement: A study of electric and magnetic fields in a patient with infarction of the right supplementary …
W Lang, D Cheyne, R Kristeva, R Beisteiner, G Lindinger, L Deecke
Experimental Brain Research 87, 688-695, 1991
Cortical reorganization after modified constraint-induced movement therapy in pediatric hemiplegic cerebral palsy
TL Sutcliffe, WC Gaetz, WJ Logan, DO Cheyne, DL Fehlings
Journal of child neurology 22 (11), 1281-1287, 2007
Homuncular organization of human motor cortex as indicated by neuromagnetic recordings
D Cheyne, R Kristeva, L Deecke
Neuroscience letters 122 (1), 17-20, 1991
Movement-related potentials accompanying unilateral and bilateral finger movements with different inertial loads
R Kristeva, D Cheyne, W Lang, G Lindinger, L Deecke
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 75 (5), 410-418, 1990
Inversion and contrast-reversal effects on face processing assessed by MEG
RJ Itier, AT Herdman, N George, D Cheyne, MJ Taylor
Brain research 1115 (1), 108-120, 2006
Electric and magnetic fields of the brain accompanying internal simulation of movement
W Lang, D Cheyne, P Höllinger, W Gerschlager, G Lindinger
Cognitive brain research 3 (2), 125-129, 1996
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