Below is a list of selected publications from our group, relevant to the MovinCog Initiative. If you cannot access the content and are interested in reprints, please contact us.
 

 

  • Moreau, D., Wilson, A. J., McKay, N. S., Nihill, K., & Waldie, K. E. (2018). No evidence for systematic white matter correlates of dyslexia and dyscalculia. NeuroImage: Clinical, 18, 356-366.

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  • Moreau, D., Stonyer, J., McKay, N. S., & Waldie, K. E. (2018). No evidence for systematic white matter correlates of dyslexia: An activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis. Brain Research, 1683, 36-47.

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  • Habacha, H, Moreau, D., Jarraya, M., Lejeune-Poutrain, L., & Molinaro, C. (2018). Dissociating object-based from egocentric transformations in mental body rotation: Effect of stimuli size. Experimental Brain Research, 236(1), 275-284.

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  • Moreau, D., Kirk, I. J., & Waldie, K. E. (2017). High-intensity training enhances executive function in children in a randomized, placebo-controlled trial. eLife, 6:e25062.

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  • Wang, C. H., Yang, C. T., Moreau, D., & Muggleton, N. (2017). Motor expertise modulates neural oscillations and temporal dynamics of cognitive control. NeuroImage, 158, 260-270.

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  • Waldie, K. E., Cornforth, C. M., Webb, R. E., Thompson, J. M. D., Murphy, R., Moreau, D., Slykerman, R., Morgan, A. R., Ferguson, L. R., Mitchell, E. A. (2017). Dopamine transporter (DAT1/SLC6A3) polymorphism and the association between being born small for gestational age and symptoms of ADHD. Behavioural Brain Research, 333, 90-97.

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  • Waldie, K. E., Wilson, A. J., Roberts, R.P., & Moreau, D. (2017). Reading network in dyslexia: Similar, yet different. Brain and Language, 174, 29-41.

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  • Moreau, D. (2015). Brains and brawn: Complex motor activities to maximize cognitive enhancement. Educational Psychology Review, 27(3), 475-482.
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  • Moreau, D., Morrison, A. B., & Conway, A. R. A. (2015). An ecological approach to cognitive enhancement: Complex motor training. Acta Psychologica, 157, 44-55.
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  • Wilson, A. J., Andrewes, S. G., Struthers, H., Rowe, V. M., & Waldie, K. E. (2015). Dyscalculia and dyslexia in adults: Cognitive bases of comorbidity. Learning and Individual Differences, 37, 118-132. 
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  • Moreau, D. (2014). Can brain training boost cognition? Nature, 515, 492. 
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  • Moreau, D., & Conway, A. R. A. (2014). The case for an ecological approach to cognitive training. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 18(7), 334-336. 
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  • Moreau, D. (2014). Making sense of discrepancies in working memory training experiments: A Monte Carlo simulation. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 8:161.

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  • Waldie, K. E., Austin, J., Hattie, J. A., & Fairbrass, M. (2014). SPELD NZ remedial intervention for dyslexia. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 49(1), 21-36. 
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  • Waldie, K. E., Haigh, C., Badzakova-Trajkov, G., Buckley, J., & Kirk, I. J. (2013). Reading the wrong way with the right hemisphere. Brain Sciences, 3(3), 1060-1075. 
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  • Moreau, D., & Conway, A. R. A. (2013). Cognitive enhancement: A comparative review of computerized and athletic training programs. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 6(1), 155-183. 
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  • Waldie, K. E., & Hausmann M. (2010). Right fronto-parietal dysfunction in children with ADHD and developmental dyslexia as determined by line bisection judgements. Neuropsychologia, 48, 3650-3657. 
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  • Waldie K. E., & Mosley J. L. (2000). Developmental trends in right hemispheric participation in reading. Neuropsychologia, 38, 462-474. 
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