Johanna Wagner
Johanna Wagner
Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience, University of California, San Diego
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Level of participation in robotic-assisted treadmill walking modulates midline sensorimotor EEG rhythms in able-bodied subjects
J Wagner, T Solis-Escalante, P Grieshofer, C Neuper, G Müller-Putz, ...
Neuroimage 63 (3), 1203-1211, 2012
EEG beta suppression and low gamma modulation are different elements of human upright walking
M Seeber, R Scherer, J Wagner, T Solis-Escalante, GR Müller-Putz
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 485, 2014
High and low gamma EEG oscillations in central sensorimotor areas are conversely modulated during the human gait cycle
M Seeber, R Scherer, J Wagner, T Solis-Escalante, GR Müller-Putz
Neuroimage 112, 318-326, 2015
It's how you get there: walking down a virtual alley activates premotor and parietal areas
J Wagner, T Solis-Escalante, R Scherer, C Neuper, G Müller-Putz
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 93, 2014
Distinct β band oscillatory networks subserving motor and cognitive control during gait adaptation
J Wagner, S Makeig, M Gola, C Neuper, G Müller-Putz
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (7), 2212-2226, 2016
Establishing a right frontal beta signature for stopping action in scalp EEG: implications for testing inhibitory control in other task contexts
J Wagner, JR Wessel, A Ghahremani, AR Aron
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 30 (1), 107-118, 2018
Preventing a thought from coming to mind elicits increased right frontal beta just as stopping action does
A Castiglione, J Wagner, M Anderson, AR Aron
Cerebral Cortex 29 (5), 2160-2172, 2019
Thought-based row-column scanning communication board for individuals with cerebral palsy
R Scherer, M Billinger, J Wagner, A Schwarz, DT Hettich, E Bolinger, ...
Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine 58 (1), 14-22, 2015
A comparative evaluation of signal quality between a research-grade and a wireless dry-electrode mobile EEG system
F Marini, C Lee, J Wagner, S Makeig, M Gola
Journal of neural engineering 16 (5), 054001, 2019
Kinect-based detection of self-paced hand movements: enhancing functional brain mapping paradigms
R Scherer, J Wagner, G Moitzi, G Müller-Putz
2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2012
Computational sensemaking on examples of knowledge discovery from neuroscience data: towards enhancing stroke rehabilitation
A Holzinger, R Scherer, M Seeber, J Wagner, G Müller-Putz
International conference on information technology in bio-and medical …, 2012
Trial-by-trial source-resolved EEG responses to gait task challenges predict subsequent step adaptation
J Wagner, R Martínez-Cancino, S Makeig
Neuroimage 199, 691-703, 2019
Can oscillatory alpha-gamma phase-amplitude coupling be used to understand and enhance TMS effects?
J Wagner, S Makeig, D Hoopes, M Gola
Frontiers in human neuroscience 13, 263, 2019
High-density EEG mobile brain/body imaging data recorded during a challenging auditory gait pacing task
J Wagner, R Martinez-Cancino, A Delorme, S Makeig, T Solis-Escalante, ...
Scientific data 6 (1), 1-9, 2019
Assessing participation during robotic assisted gait training based on EEG: feasibility study
TS Escalante, J Wagner, R Scherer, P Grieshofer, G Müller-Putz
3rd TOBI workshop Bringing BCIs to End-Users: Facing the Challenge …, 2012
Brain activity response to visual cues for gait impairment in Parkinson’s disease: an EEG study
S Stuart, J Wagner, S Makeig, M Mancini
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 35 (11), 996-1009, 2021
What can local transfer entropy tell us about phase-amplitude coupling in electrophysiological signals?
R Martínez-Cancino, A Delorme, J Wagner, K Kreutz-Delgado, RC Sotero, ...
Entropy 22 (11), 1262, 2020
Robot assisted walking affects the synchrony between premotor and somatosensory areas
J Wagner, T Solis-Escalante, C Neuper, R Scherer, G Müller-Putz
Biomedical Engineering/Biomedizinische Technik 58 (SI-1-Track-S …, 2013
Establishing a right frontal beta signature for stopping active in scalp electroencephalography: implications for testing inhibitory control in other task contexts
J Wagner, J Wessel, A Gharahmeni, A Aron
J Cognitive Neuroscience 1, 107-118, 2018
Reconstructing gait cycle patterns from non-invasive recorded low gamma modulations
M Seeber, J Wagner, R Scherer, T Solis-Escalante, G Mller-Putz
Proceedings of the 6 th International Brain-Computer Interface Conference 2014, 2014
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