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Mihalis Doumas
Mihalis Doumas
Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology, Queen's University Belfast
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Task prioritization in aging: effects of sensory information on concurrent posture and memory performance
M Doumas, C Smolders, RT Krampe
Experimental Brain Research 187, 275-281, 2008
2162008
Brain activity during ankle proprioceptive stimulation predicts balance performance in young and older adults
DJ Goble, JP Coxon, A Van Impe, M Geurts, M Doumas, N Wenderoth, ...
Journal of neuroscience 31 (45), 16344-16352, 2011
2152011
Working memory and postural control: adult age differences in potential for improvement, task priority, and dual tasking
M Doumas, MA Rapp, RT Krampe
Journals of Gerontology: Series B 64 (2), 193-201, 2009
1712009
Postural control deficits in autism spectrum disorder: the role of sensory integration
M Doumas, R McKenna, B Murphy
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 46, 853-861, 2016
1302016
The association between hearing loss, postural control, and mobility in older adults: a systematic review
M Agmon, L Lavie, M Doumas
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 28 (06), 575-588, 2017
1222017
The efficacy of dance for improving motor impairments, non-motor symptoms, and quality of life in Parkinson’s disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis
AM Carapellotti, R Stevenson, M Doumas
PloS one 15 (8), e0236820, 2020
1162020
Dual task performance of working memory and postural control in major depressive disorder.
M Doumas, C Smolders, E Brunfaut, F Bouckaert, RT Krampe
Neuropsychology 26 (1), 110, 2012
992012
Adaptation and reintegration of proprioceptive information in young and older adults' postural control
M Doumas, RT Krampe
Journal of neurophysiology 104 (4), 1969-1977, 2010
822010
White matter fractional anisotropy predicts balance performance in older adults
A Van Impe, JP Coxon, DJ Goble, M Doumas, SP Swinnen
Neurobiology of aging 33 (9), 1900-1912, 2012
672012
Proprioceptive acuity predicts muscle co-contraction of the tibialis anterior and gastrocnemius medialis in older adults’ dynamic postural control
CE Craig, DJ Goble, M Doumas
Neuroscience 322, 251-261, 2016
632016
Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation shows minimal, measure-specific effects on dynamic postural control in young and older adults: a double blind, sham-controlled study
CE Craig, M Doumas
PloS one 12 (1), e0170331, 2017
592017
Combining multisensory temporal information for movement synchronisation
AM Wing, M Doumas, AE Welchman
Experimental brain research 200, 277-282, 2010
512010
Timing and trajectory in rhythm production.
M Doumas, AM Wing
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (2), 442, 2007
472007
Gazing into thin air: the dual-task costs of movement planning and execution during adaptive gait
TJ Ellmers, AJ Cocks, M Doumas, AM Williams, WR Young
PloS one 11 (11), e0166063, 2016
442016
The costs of taking it slowly: fast and slow movement timing in older age.
RT Krampe, M Doumas, A Lavrysen, M Rapp
Psychology and aging 25 (4), 980, 2010
422010
Ecological relevance determines task priority in older adults’ multitasking
M Doumas, RT Krampe
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2015
402015
Leisure sports and postural control: Can a black belt protect your balance from aging?
RT Krampe, C Smolders, M Doumas
Psychology and aging 29 (1), 95, 2014
402014
Dissociations between motor timing, motor coordination, and time perception after the administration of alcohol or caffeine
P Terry, M Doumas, RI Desai, AM Wing
Psychopharmacology 202, 719-729, 2009
362009
Low frequency rTMS effects on sensorimotor synchronization
M Doumas, P Praamstra, AM Wing
Experimental Brain Research 167, 238-245, 2005
362005
Effects of the availability of accurate proprioceptive information on older adults' postural sway and muscle co‐contraction
CE Craig, GHM Calvert, M Doumas
European Journal of Neuroscience 46 (10), 2548-2556, 2017
302017
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