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My current research focuses on using electroencephalography (EEG) and multivariate pattern analysis (MVPA) to trace the formation, time course, and contents of covert attentional templates. I am also interested in using EEG to monitor how the performance of visual cognition (e.g., attention and working memory) is influenced during aerobic exercise.
Research on attentional control within real- world contexts has become substantially more feasible and thus frequent over the past decade. However, relatively little is known regarding how these processes may be influenced by common naturalistic behaviors such as engaging in physical activity, which is thought to modulate the availability of neurom...
While a substantial body of research has investigated the effects of aerobic exercise on cognitive performance, few have monitored exercise‐concurrent cognitive processes via electroencephalography and fewer still using an event‐related potential (ERP) approach. As such, little is known regarding how the temporal dynamics of cognitive processing ar...
To elucidate the influence of acute aerobic exercise on cognitive performance via psychological and neuro-cognitive measures including exercise-concurrent EEG and fNIRS.