Sarah N. Kraeutner
Sarah N. Kraeutner
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of British Columbia - Vancouver, Department of Physical Therapy
Verified email at dal.ca - Homepage
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Motor imagery-based brain activity parallels that of motor execution: evidence from magnetic source imaging of cortical oscillations
S Kraeutner, A Gionfriddo, T Bardouille, S Boe
Brain research 1588, 81-91, 2014
702014
Laterality of brain activity during motor imagery is modulated by the provision of source level neurofeedback
S Boe, A Gionfriddo, S Kraeutner, A Tremblay, G Little, T Bardouille
Neuroimage 101, 159-167, 2014
452014
Characterizing skill acquisition through motor imagery with no prior physical practice.
SN Kraeutner, LA MacKenzie, DA Westwood, SG Boe
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (2), 257, 2016
332016
Skill acquisition via motor imagery relies on both motor and perceptual learning.
TGJ Ingram, SN Kraeutner, JP Solomon, DA Westwood, SG Boe
Behavioral neuroscience 130 (2), 252, 2016
302016
Motor imagery-based skill acquisition disrupted following rTMS of the inferior parietal lobule
SN Kraeutner, LT Keeler, SG Boe
Experimental brain research 234 (2), 397-407, 2016
282016
Experience modulates motor imagery‐based brain activity
SN Kraeutner, SR McWhinney, JP Solomon, L Dithurbide, SG Boe
European Journal of Neuroscience 47 (10), 1221-1229, 2018
142018
Motor imagery-based implicit sequence learning depends on the formation of stimulus-response associations
SN Kraeutner, TC Gaughan, SN Eppler, SG Boe
Acta psychologica 178, 48-55, 2017
92017
The effector independent nature of motor imagery: Evidence from rTMS induced inhibition to the primary motor cortices
SN Kraeutner, TGJ Ingram, SG Boe
Neuropsychologia 97, 1-8, 2017
72017
Disruption of motor imagery performance following inhibition of the left inferior parietal lobe
SN Kraeutner, M El-Serafi, JW Lee, SG Boe
Neuropsychologia 127, 106-112, 2019
62019
Assessing motor imagery ability through imagery-based learning: An overview and introduction to MiScreen, a mobile app for imagery assessment
SG Boe, SN Kraeutner
Imagination, Cognition and Personality 37 (4), 430-447, 2018
62018
Intensity of acute aerobic exercise but not aerobic fitness impacts on corticospinal excitability
MA MacDonald, H Khan, SN Kraeutner, F Usai, EA Rogers, DS Kimmerly, ...
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 44 (8), 869-878, 2019
42019
Probing the temporal dynamics of movement inhibition in motor imagery
JP Solomon, SN Kraeutner, T Bardouille, SG Boe
Brain research 1720, 146310, 2019
32019
Generate, maintain, manipulate? Exploring the multidimensional nature of motor imagery
SN Kraeutner, SN Eppler, A Stratas, SG Boe
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 48, 101673, 2020
22020
Probing the Effect of Block Duration on Corticospinal Excitability during Motor Imagery Performance
JW Lee, SN Kraeutner, DR Pancura, SG Boe
Journal of Motor Behavior, 1-8, 2020
12020
Neural and Behavioral Outcomes Differ Following Equivalent Bouts of Motor Imagery or Physical Practice
SN Kraeutner, A Stratas, JL McArthur, CA Helmick, DA Westwood, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 1-17, 2020
12020
Process Dissociation Procedure Improves Assessment of Motor Imagery Ability Using Implicit Sequence Learning
JP Solomon, SN Kraeutner, SG Boe
Imagination, Cognition and Personality 39 (1), 25-43, 2019
12019
NEURAL MECHANISMS OF MOTOR IMAGERY AND THE NATURE OF IMAGERY-BASED SKILL ACQUISITION
S Kraeutner
2019
Can You Imagine? Developing a Clinically Feasible Tool for the Objective Assessment of Motor Imagery Ability
SN Kraeutner, SG Boe
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE 11, 69-69, 2016
2016
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism
MA MacDonald, H Khan, SN Kraeutner, F Usai, EA Rogers, DS Kimmerly, ...
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