Gary R. Turner
Gary R. Turner
Associate Professor, Psychology, York University
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Intrinsic architecture underlying the relations among the default, dorsal attention, and frontoparietal control networks of the human brain
RN Spreng, J Sepulcre, GR Turner, WD Stevens, DL Schacter
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 25 (1), 74-86, 2013
Rehabilitation of executive functioning in patients with frontal lobe brain damage with goal management training
B Levine, TA Schweizer, C O'Connor, G Turner, S Gillingham, DT Stuss, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 5 (9), 2011
The functional neuroanatomy of episodic and semantic autobiographical remembering: a prospective functional MRI study
B Levine, GR Turner, D Tisserand, SJ Hevenor, S Graham, AR McIntosh
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 16 (9), 1633-1646, 2004
Executive functions and neurocognitive aging: dissociable patterns of brain activity
GR Turner, RN Spreng
Neurobiology of aging 33 (4), 826.e1 - 826.e13, 2012
Deficits in facial emotion perception in adults with recent traumatic brain injury
REA Green, GR Turner, WF Thompson
Neuropsychologia 42 (2), 133-141, 2004
Goal-congruent default network activity facilitates cognitive control
RN Spreng, E DuPre, D Selarka, J Garcia, S Gojkovic, J Mildner, WM Luh, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (42), 14108-14114, 2014
The shifting architecture of cognition and brain function in older adulthood
RN Spreng, GR Turner
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2019
Prefrontal Engagement and Reduced Default Network Suppression Co-occur and Are Dynamically Coupled in Older Adults: The Default–Executive Coupling Hypothesis of Aging
GR Turner, RN Spreng
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 27 (12), 2462-2476, 2015
Training of goal-directed attention regulation enhances control over neural processing for individuals with brain injury
AJW Chen, T Novakovic-Agopian, TJ Nycum, S Song, GR Turner, NK Hills, ...
Brain 134 (5), 1541-1554, 2011
Rehabilitation of executive functioning after focal damage to the cerebellum
TA Schweizer, B Levine, D Rewilak, C O'Connor, G Turner, MP Alexander, ...
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 22 (1), 72-77, 2008
Structural covariance of the default network in healthy and pathological aging
RN Spreng, GR Turner
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (38), 15226-15234, 2013
Augmented neural activity during executive control processing following diffuse axonal injury
GR Turner, B Levine
Neurology 71 (11), 812-818, 2008
Reconstructing the past: personal memory technologies are not just personal and not just for memory
M Crete-Nishihata, RM Baecker, M Massimi, D Ptak, R Campigotto, ...
Human–Computer Interaction 27 (1-2), 92-123, 2012
Functional brain changes following cognitive and motor skills training: a quantitative meta-analysis
R Patel, RN Spreng, GR Turner
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 27 (3), 187-199, 2013
The default network of the human brain is associated with perceived social isolation
RN Spreng, E Dimas, L Mwilambwe-Tshilobo, A Dagher, P Koellinger, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 6393, 2020
Sex differences in volume and structural covariance of the anterior and posterior hippocampus
J Persson, RN Spreng, G Turner, A Herlitz, A Morell, E Stening, ...
Neuroimage 99, 215-225, 2014
Semanticized autobiographical memory and the default–executive coupling hypothesis of aging
RN Spreng, AW Lockrow, E DuPre, R Setton, KAP Spreng, GR Turner
Neuropsychologia 110, 37-43, 2018
Frequency of domain-specific cognitive impairment in sub-acute and chronic stroke
LE Middleton, B Lam, H Fahmi, SE Black, WE McIlroy, DT Stuss, ...
NeuroRehabilitation 34 (2), 305-312, 2014
Prefrontal compensatory engagement in TBI is due to altered functional engagement of existing networks and not functional reorganization
GR Turner, AR McIntosh, B Levine
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 5 (9), 2011
Pathoconnectomics of cognitive impairment in small vessel disease: A systematic review
AK Dey, V Stamenova, G Turner, SE Black, B Levine
Alzheimer's & Dementia 12 (7), 831-845, 2016
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