Kraeutner SN, Cui AX, Boyd LA, & Boe SG. Modality of practice modulates resting state connectivity during motor learning. Neuroscience Letters, 2022; 11: 136659.
Larssen B, Kraeutner SN, & Hodges, N. Implicit adaptation processes promoted by immediate offline visual and numeric feedback. Journal of Motor Behavior. (in press)
Ferris J, Greeley B, Vavasour I, Kraeutner SN, Rinat S, Ramirez J, Black S, & Boyd LA. In vivo myelin imaging and tissue microstructure in white matter hyperintensities and perilesional white matter. Brain Communications, 2022; 4(3): fcac142. (Open access – read it here)
Solomon JP, Kraeutner SN, O’Neill K, & Boe SG. Examining the role of the supplementary motor area in motor imagery-based skill acquisition. Experimental Brain Research, 2021; 239:3649–3659.
Kraeutner S, Rubino C, Rinat S, Lakhani B, Borich M, Wadden K, & Boyd L. Resting state connectivity is differentially modulated in individuals with stroke by learning and recovery. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2021; 35(6):513-524. (Open access – read it here)
Greeley B, Chau B, Jones C, Neva J, Kraeutner S, Campbell K, & Boyd L. (2021). Multiple bouts of high-intensity interval exercise reverse age-related functional connectivity disruptions without affecting motor learning in older adults. Scientific reports, 2021; 11, 17108. (Open access – read it here)
Larssen BC, Ho DK, Kraeutner, SN, Hodges NJ. Combining observation and physical practice: benefits of an interleaved schedule for visuomotor adaptation and motor memory consolidation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2021; 15:614452. (Open access – read it here)
Kraeutner SN, McArthur JL, Kraeutner PH, Westwood DA, Boe SG. Leveraging the effector independent nature of motor imagery when it is paired with physical practice. Scientific Reports, 2020; 10:21335. (Open access – read it here)
Lee JW, Kraeutner SN, Pancura DR, & Boe SG. Probing the effect of block duration on corticospinal excitability during motor imagery performance. Journal of Motor Behavior, 2020; 53(3):316-323.
Kraeutner SN, Stratas A, McArthur JL, Helmick CA, Westwood DA, & Boe SG. Neural and behavioural outcomes differ following equivalent bouts of motor imagery or physical practice. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2020; 32(8), 1590:1606.
Kraeutner SN, Eppler SN, Stratas, A & Boe SG. Generate, maintain, manipulate? Exploring the multidimensional nature of motor imagery. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 2020; 48, 101673.
Solomon JP, Kraeutner SN, Bardouille T, Boe SG. Probing the temporal dynamics of movement inhibition in motor imagery. Brain Research, 2019; 1720, 146310.
Kraeutner SN, El-Serafi M, Lee JW, Boe SG. Disruption of motor imagery performance following inhibition of the left inferior parietal lobe. Neuropsychologia, 2019; 127:106-112.
MacDonald MA, Khan H, Kraeutner SN, Usai F, Rogers EA, Kimmerly DS, Dechman G, Boe SG. Intensity of aerobic exercise but not aerobic fitness impacts on corticospinal excitability. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 2019; 44(8), 869-878.
Kraeutner SN, McWhinney SR, Solomon JP, Dithurbide L, Boe SG. Experience modulates motor imagery-based brain activity. European Journal of Neuroscience, 2018; 47; 10: 1221-1229.
Solomon JP, Kraeutner SN, Boe SG. Process dissociation procedure improves assessment of motor imagery ability using implicit sequence learning. Imagination, Cognition, and Personality, 2018, 39: 27-43.
Boe SG, Kraeutner SN. Assessing motor imagery ability through imagery-based learning: an overview and introduction to MiScreen, a mobile app for imagery assessment. Imagination, Cognition & Personality, 2017; 37: 430-447.
Kraeutner SN,Gaughan TC, Eppler SN, Boe SG. Motor imagery-based implicit sequence learning depends on the formation of stimulus-response associations. Acta Psychologica, 2017; 178: 48-55.
Kraeutner SN, Ingram TGJ, Boe SG. The effector independent nature of motor imagery: evidence from rTMS induced inhibition to the primary motor cortices. Neuropsychologia, 2017; 97:1-8.
Ingram TGJ, Kraeutner SN, Solomon JP, Westwood DA, Boe SG. Skill acquisition via motor imagery relies on both motor and perceptual learning. Behav Neurosci, 2016; 130: 252-260.
Kraeutner S, Keeler L, Boe S. Motor imagery-based skill acquisition disrupted following rTMS of the inferior parietal lobule. Exp Brain Res, 2016; 234, 397–407.
Kraeutner S, MacKenzie L, Westwood D, Boe S. Characterising skill acquisition through motor imagery with no prior physical practice: J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform, 2016; 42: 257-265.
Kraeutner S, Gionfriddo A, Bardouille T, Boe S. Motor imagery-based brain activity parallels that of motor execution: evidence from magnetic source imaging of cortical oscillations. Brain Research 2014;7: 81-91.
Boe S, Gionfriddo A, Kraeutner S, Tremblay A, Bardouille T. Laterality of brain activity during motor imagery is modulated by the provision of real-time neurofeedback. NeuroImage 2014; 101:159-167.
Ferris J, Greeley B, Vavasour I, Kraeutner S, Rinat S, Ramirez J, Black S, & Boyd, L. (2021). In vivo myelin imaging and tissue microstructure in white matter hyperintensities and perilesional white matter. medRxiv doi: 10.1101/2021.11.23.21266731 (read it here)
Greeley B, Chau B, Jones C, Neva J, Kraeutner S, Campbell K, & Boyd L. (2021). Multiple bouts of high-intensity interval exercise reverse age-related functional connectivity disruptions without affecting motor learning in older adults. bioRxiv. doi: 10.1101/2021.03.07.434269 (read it here)
Bardouille T, Boe S, Kraeutner S. “Systems and methods for providing neurofeedback during motor imagery”, 2015 U.S. Provisional Patent; 62/269, 622, December 2015.