JORDAN WEHRMAN
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The role of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in tourette syndrome: a review and preliminary findings
V Eapen, R Baker, A Walter, V Raghupathy, JJ Wehrman, PF Sowman
Brain sciences 7 (12), 161, 2017
142017
The expected oddball: Effects of implicit and explicit positional expectation on duration perception
JJ Wehrman, J Wearden, P Sowman
Psychological research 84 (3), 713-727, 2020
112020
Neurogaming technology meets neuroscience education: a cost-effective, scalable, and highly portable undergraduate teaching laboratory for neuroscience
B De Wit, NA Badcock, T Grootswagers, K Hardwick, L Teichmann, ...
Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education 15 (2), A104, 2017
102017
Short-term effects on temporal judgement: Sequential drivers of interval bisection and reproduction
JJ Wehrman, JH Wearden, P Sowman
Acta psychologica 185, 87-95, 2018
42018
Local context effects in the magnitude-duration illusion: Size but not numerical value sequentially alters perceived duration
JJ Wehrman, DM Kaplan, PF Sowman
Acta psychologica 204, 103016, 2020
32020
The simultaneous oddball: Oddball presentation does not affect simultaneity judgments
J Wehrman
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-15, 2020
22020
Decisional carryover effects in interval timing: Evidence of a generalized response bias
JJ Wehrman, J Wearden, P Sowman
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-18, 2020
22020
Associative learning of response inhibition affects perceived duration in a subsequent temporal bisection task
J Wehrman, P Sowman
Acta psychologica 201, 102952, 2019
22019
Temporal productions in a variable environment: timing starts from stimulus identification rather than onset
J Wehrman
Psychological Research, 1-16, 2020
12020
Online timing: Why not?
J Wehrman, P Sowman
Methods in Psychology, 100047, 2021
2021
Oddball onset timing: Little evidence of early gating of oddball stimuli from tapping, reacting, and producing
J Wehrman, P Sowman
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-12, 2021
2021
EPOC outside the shield: comparing the performance of a consumer-grade EEG device in shielded and unshielded environments
J Wehrman, S Sörensen, P De Lissa, NA Badcock
Biomedical Physics & Engineering Express 7 (2), 025010, 2021
2021
No evidence for Retrocausation in Two Classic Cuing Paradigms
JJ Wehrman
SAGE Open 9 (2), 2158244019855852, 2019
2019
Time in the motor cortex: Motor evoked potentials track foreperiod duration without concurrent movement
JJ Wehrman, P Sowman
Neuroscience letters 698, 85-89, 2019
2019
When did the horse cross the road?: sequential effects in the go/no-go variable foreperiod paradigm
J Wehrman
Sydney, Australia: Macquarie University, 2015
2015
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