Publications

2016


2015

Reid, L. B., Boyd, R. N., Cunnington, R., & Rose, S. E. (2015). Interpreting Intervention Induced Neuroplasticity with fMRI: The Case for Multimodal Imaging Strategies. Neural Plasticity, 2016.

Bednark, J. G., Campbell, M. E., & Cunnington, R. (2015). Basal ganglia and cortical networks for sequential ordering and rhythm of complex movements. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, 421.

Cao, Y., Contreras-Huerta, L. S., McFadyen, J., & Cunnington, R. (2015). Racial bias in neural response to others' pain is reduced with other-race contact. Cortex.

Poonian, S. K., McFadyen, J., Ogden, J., & Cunnington, R. (2015). Implicit Agency in Observed Actions: Evidence for N1 Suppression of Tones Caused by Self-made and Observed Actions. Journal of cognitive neuroscience.

Reuter, E. M., Bednark, J., & Cunnington, R. (2015). Reliance on visual attention during visuomotor adaptation: an SSVEP study. Experimental brain research, 1-11.

Vieth, H. E., McMahon, K. L., Cunnington, R., & de Zubicaray, G. I. (2015). Interference from object part relations in spoken word production: Behavioural and fMRI evidence. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 36, 56-71.

2014

Contreras-Huerta, L. S., Hielscher, E., Sherwell, C. S., Rens, N., & Cunnington, R. (2014). Intergroup relationships do not reduce racial bias in empathic neural responses to pain. Neuropsychologia, 64, 263-270.

Cunnington, R. (2014). S97: Concurrent fMRI-EEG and the Bereitschafts-BOLD effect. Clinical Neurophysiology, (125)

Gillies, R., & Cunnington, R. (2014). Session G-Cooperative Learning: The behavioural and neurological markers that help to explain its success.

Gillies, R., & Cunnington, R. (2014). Cooperative learning: The behavioural and neurological markers that help to explain its success. Quality and Equity, 38.

Nguyen, V. T., Breakspear, M., & Cunnington, R. (2014). Fusing concurrent EEG–fMRI with dynamic causal modeling: application to effective connectivity during face perception. Neuroimage, 102, 60-70.

Nguyen, V. T., Breakspear, M., & Cunnington, R. (2014). Reciprocal interactions of the SMA and cingulate cortex sustain premovement activity for voluntary actions. The Journal of Neuroscience, 34(49), 16397-16407.

Nguyen, V. T., & Cunnington, R. (2014). The superior temporal sulcus and the N170 during face processing: Single trial analysis of concurrent EEG–fMRI. Neuroimage, 86, 492-502.

Vilgis, V., Chen, J., Silk, T. J., Cunnington, R., & Vance, A. (2014). Frontoparietal function in young people with dysthymic disorder (DSM-5: Persistent depressive disorder) during spatial working memory. Journal of affective disorders, 160, 34-42.

2013

Bortoletto, M., Baker, K. S., Mattingley, J. B., & Cunnington, R. (2013). Visual–motor interactions during action observation are shaped by cognitive context. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 25(11), 1794-1806.

Bortoletto, Marta, Jason B. Mattingley, and Ross Cunnington. "Effects of context on visuomotor interference depends on the perspective of observed actions." PloS one 8.1 (2013): e53248.

Boyd, Roslyn N., et al. "Move it to improve it (Mitii): study protocol of a randomised controlled trial of a novel web-based multimodal training program for children and adolescents with cerebral palsy." BMJ open 3.4 (2013): e002853.

Boyd, Roslyn N., et al. "COMBIT: protocol of a randomised comparison trial of COMbined modified constraint induced movement therapy and bimanual intensive training with distributed model of standard upper limb rehabilitation in children with congenital hemiplegia." BMC neurology 13.1 (2013): 68.

Butler, David L., et al. "Different neural processes accompany self-recognition in photographs across the lifespan: an ERP study using dizygotic twins." PloS one 8.9 (2013): e72586.

Contreras-Huerta, L. S., Baker, K. S., Reynolds, K. J., Batalha, L., & Cunnington, R. (2013). Racial bias in neural empathic responses to pain.

Cunnington, Ross, Luis S. Contreras, and Emily Hielscher. "Racial Bias in Neural Empathic Responses to Pain." Psychophysiology. Vol. 50. No. Suppl. 1. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc., 2013.

Milston, Sashenka I., Eric J. Vanman, and Ross Cunnington. "Cognitive empathy and motor activity during observed actions." Neuropsychologia 51.6 (2013): 1103-1108.

Molenberghs, Pascal, et al. "Seeing is believing: Neural mechanisms of action–perception are biased by team membership." Human brain mapping 34.9 (2013): 2055-2068.

Ng, Kung Bo, Andrew P. Bradley, and Ross Cunnington. "Effect of posterized naturalistic stimuli on SSVEP-based BCI." Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE. IEEE, 2013.

Poonian, S. K., and Ross Cunnington. "Intentional binding in self-made and observed actions." Experimental brain research 229.3 (2013): 419-427.

2012

Halász V and Cunnington R. Unconscious Effects of Action on Perception. Brain Sciences, 2012, 2: 130-146.

Ng, Kian B., Andrew P. Bradley, and Ross Cunnington. "Stimulus specificity of a steady-state visual-evoked potential-based brain–computer interface." Journal of Neural engineering 9.3 (2012): 036008.

Baker KS, Piriyapunyaporn T, and Cunnington R. Neural activity in readiness for incidental and explicitly timed actions. Neuropsychologia, 2012, 50: 715-722.

Molenberghs P, Halász V, Mattingley JB, Vanman EJ, and Cunnington R. Seeing is believing: Neural mechanisms of action-perception are biased by team membership. Human Brain Mapping, in press

Molenberghs P, Hayward L, Mattingley JB, and Cunnington R. Activation patterns during action observation are modulated by context in mirror system areas. Neuroimage, 2012, 59: 608-615.

Molenberghs P, Cunnington R, and Mattingley JB. Brain regions with mirror properties: a meta-analysis of 125 human fMRI studies. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 2012, 36: 341-349.

2011

Baker KS, Mattingley JB, Chambers CD, Cunnington R. Attention and the readiness for action. Neuropsychologia, 2011, 49: 3303-3313.

Bortoletto M, Lemonis MJ, Cunnington R. The role of arousal in the preparation for voluntary movement. Biological Psychology, 2011, 87: 372-378.

Bortoletto M, Mattingley JB, Cunnington R. Action intentions modulate visual processing during action perception. Neuropsychologia, 2011, 49: 2097-2104.

Bortoletto M, Cook A, Cunnington R. Motor timing and the preparation for sequential actions. Brain and Cognition, 2011, 75: 196-204.

2010

Silk TJ, Bellgrove MA, Wrafter P, Mattingley JB, Cunnington R. Spatial working memory and spatial attention rely on common neural processes in the intraparietal sulcus. Neuroimage, 2010, 53: 718-724.

Bortoletto M, Cunnington R. Motor timing and motor sequencing contribute differently to the preparation for voluntary movement. Neuroimage, 2010, 49: 3338-3348.

Molenberghs P, Brander C, Mattingley JB, Cunnington R. The role of the superior temporal sulcus and the mirror neuron system in imitation. Human Brain Mapping, in press.

2009

Silk TJ, Vance A, Rinehart N, Bradshaw JL, Cunnington R. White-matter abnormalities in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: A diffusion tensor imaging study. Human Brain Mapping, 2009, 30: 2757-2765.

Molenberghs P, Cunnington R, Mattingley JB. Is the mirror neuron system involved in imitation? A short review and meta-analysis. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 2009, 33: 975-980.

Chong TT-J, Cunnington R, Williams MA, Mattingley JB. The role of selective attention in matching observed and executed actions. Neuropsychologia, 2009, 47: 786-795.

2008

Williams MA, Visser TAW, Cunnington R, Mattingley JB. Attenuation of neural responses in primary visual cortex during the attentional blink. Journal of Neuroscience, 2008, 28: 9890-9894.

Chong TT-J, Cunnington R, Williams MA, Kanwisher N, Mattingley JB. fMRI adaptation reveals mirror neurons in human inferior parietal cortex. Current Biology, 2008, 18: 1576-1580.

Chong T-J, Williams MA, Cunnington R, Mattingley JB. Selective attention modulates inferior frontal gyrus activity during action observation. Neuroimage, 2008, 40: 298-307.

Kasess C, Windischberger C, Cunnington R, Lanzenberger R, Pezawas L, Moser E. The suppressive influence of SMA on M1 in motor imagery revealed by fMRI and Dynamic Causal Modeling. Neuroimage, 2008, 40: 828-837.

Windischberger C, Cunnington R, Lamm C, Lanzenberger R, Langenberger H, Deecke L, Bauer H, Moser E. Time-resolved analysis of fMRI signal changes using Brain Activation Movies. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 2008, 169: 222-230.