Sean James Fallon
Sean James Fallon
Research Fellow, University of Bristol
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Parkinson's disease and dopaminergic therapy—differential effects on movement, reward and cognition
JB Rowe, L Hughes, BCP Ghosh, D Eckstein, CH Williams-Gray, S Fallon, ...
Brain 131 (8), 2094-2105, 2008
Prefrontal dopamine levels determine the balance between cognitive stability and flexibility
SJ Fallon, CH Williams-Gray, RA Barker, AM Owen, A Hampshire
Cerebral Cortex 23 (2), 361-369, 2012
Working memory capacity predicts effects of methylphenidate on reversal learning
ME Van Der Schaaf, SJ Fallon, N Ter Huurne, J Buitelaar, R Cools
Neuropsychopharmacology 38 (10), 2011, 2013
The val158met COMT polymorphism's effect on atrophy in healthy aging and Parkinson's disease
JB Rowe, L Hughes, CH Williams-Gray, S Bishop, S Fallon, RA Barker, ...
Neurobiology of aging 31 (6), 1064-1068, 2010
Inefficiency in self-organized attentional switching in the normal aging population is associated with decreased activity in the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex
A Hampshire, A Gruszka, SJ Fallon, AM Owen
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 20 (9), 1670-1686, 2008
Differential optimal dopamine levels for set-shifting and working memory in Parkinson's disease
SJ Fallon, K Smulders, RA Esselink, BP van de Warrenburg, BR Bloem, ...
Neuropsychologia 77, 42-51, 2015
The neurocognitive cost of enhancing cognition with methylphenidate: improved distractor resistance but impaired updating
SJ Fallon, ME van der Schaaf, N ter Huurne, R Cools
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 29 (4), 652-663, 2017
Causes and consequences of limitations in visual working memory
SJ Fallon, N Zokaei, M Husain
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1369 (1), 40, 2016
Neural mechanisms of attending to items in working memory
SG Manohar, N Zokaei, SJ Fallon, T Vogels, M Husain
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 2019
Methylphenidate alters selective attention by amplifying salience
N Ter Huurne, SJ Fallon, M van Schouwenburg, M van der Schaaf, ...
Psychopharmacology 232 (23), 4317-4323, 2015
Reward acts on the pFC to enhance distractor resistance of working memory representations
SJ Fallon, R Cools
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (12), 2812-2826, 2014
Fractionating the neurocognitive mechanisms underlying working memory: Independent effects of dopamine and Parkinson’s disease
SJ Fallon, RM Mattiesing, K Muhammed, S Manohar, M Husain
Cerebral Cortex 27 (12), 5727-5738, 2017
Dopamine alters the fidelity of working memory representations according to attentional demands
SJ Fallon, N Zokaei, A Norbury, SG Manohar, M Husain
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 29 (4), 728-738, 2017
Motivation dynamically increases noise resistance by internal feedback during movement
SG Manohar, K Muhammed, SJ Fallon, M Husain
Neuropsychologia 123, 19-29, 2019
Learning to be inflexible: Enhanced attentional biases in Parkinson's disease
SJ Fallon, A Hampshire, RA Barker, AM Owen
cortex 82, 24-34, 2016
Ignoring versus updating in working memory reveal differential roles of attention and feature binding
SJ Fallon, RM Mattiesing, N Dolfen, SG Manohar, M Husain
cortex 107, 50-63, 2018
Occipital alpha and gamma oscillations support complementary mechanisms for processing stimulus value associations
TR Marshall, S den Boer, R Cools, O Jensen, SJ Fallon, JM Zumer
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 30 (1), 119-129, 2018
Putative cortical dopamine levels affect cortical recruitment during planning
SJ Fallon, A Hampshire, CH Williams-Gray, RA Barker, AM Owen
Neuropsychologia 51 (11), 2194-2201, 2013
Spatial structure normalises working memory performance in Parkinson's disease
SJ Fallon, D Bor, A Hampshire, RA Barker, AM Owen
Cortex 96, 73-82, 2017
Hemispheric asymmetry of globus pallidus relates to alpha modulation in reward-related attentional tasks
C Mazzetti, T Staudigl, TR Marshall, JM Zumer, SJ Fallon, O Jensen
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (46), 9221-9236, 2019
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