Wei-Peng Teo
Wei-Peng Teo
Assistant Professor in Motor Behavior
Verified email at nie.edu.sg - Homepage
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Circadian rhythms in exercise performance: implications for hormonal and muscular adaptation
W Teo, MJ Newton, MR McGuigan
Journal of sports science & medicine 10 (4), 600, 2011
1402011
Does a combination of virtual reality, neuromodulation and neuroimaging provide a comprehensive platform for neurorehabilitation?–A narrative review of the literature
WP Teo, M Muthalib, S Yamin, AM Hendy, K Bramstedt, E Kotsopoulos, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 284, 2016
842016
Facilitating effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on motor imagery brain-computer interface with robotic feedback for stroke rehabilitation
KK Ang, C Guan, KS Phua, C Wang, L Zhao, WP Teo, C Chen, YS Ng, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 96 (3), S79-S87, 2015
782015
The effects of circadian rhythmicity of salivary cortisol and testosterone on maximal isometric force, maximal dynamic force, and power output
W Teo, MR McGuigan, MJ Newton
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 25 (6), 1538-1545, 2011
772011
Is motor-imagery brain-computer interface feasible in stroke rehabilitation?
WP Teo, E Chew
PM&R 6 (8), 723-728, 2014
662014
Motor cortex excitability is not differentially modulated following skill and strength training
M Leung, T Rantalainen, WP Teo, D Kidgell
Neuroscience 305, 99-108, 2015
652015
Post-exercise depression in corticomotor excitability after dynamic movement: a general property of fatiguing and non-fatiguing exercise
WP Teo, JP Rodrigues, FL Mastaglia, GW Thickbroom
Experimental brain research 216 (1), 41-49, 2012
592012
Parkinson's disease and the environment
N Ball, WP Teo, S Chandra, J Chapman
Frontiers in neurology 10, 218, 2019
582019
Anodal tDCS prolongs the cross-education of strength and corticomotor plasticity
AM Hendy, WP Teo, DJ Kidgell
Med. Sci. Sports Exerc 47, 1788-1797, 2015
492015
Exergaming as a viable therapeutic tool to improve static and dynamic balance among older adults and people with idiopathic Parkinson’s disease: a systematic review and meta …
DM Harris, T Rantalainen, M Muthalib, L Johnson, WP Teo
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 7, 167, 2015
442015
Motor imagery BCI for upper limb stroke rehabilitation: An evaluation of the EEG recordings using coherence analysis
SW Tung, C Guan, KK Ang, KS Phua, C Wang, L Zhao, WP Teo, E Chew
2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2013
382013
Effects of training and competition on the sleep of elite athletes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
SSH Roberts, WP Teo, SA Warmington
British journal of sports medicine 53 (8), 513-522, 2019
372019
Assessing cerebellar brain inhibition (CBI) via transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS): a systematic review
L Fernandez, BP Major, WP Teo, LK Byrne, PG Enticott
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 86, 176-206, 2018
302018
Using non-invasive transcranial stimulation to improve motor and cognitive function in Parkinson’s disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis
AM Goodwill, JAG Lum, AM Hendy, M Muthalib, L Johnson, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
292017
A life-long approach to physical activity for brain health
H Macpherson, WP Teo, LA Schneider, AE Smith
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 9, 147, 2017
292017
Brain plasticity following MI-BCI training combined with tDCS in a randomized trial in chronic subcortical stroke subjects: a preliminary study
X Hong, ZK Lu, I Teh, FA Nasrallah, WP Teo, KK Ang, KS Phua, C Guan, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
262017
Changes in corticomotor excitability and inhibition after exercise are influenced by hand dominance and motor demand
WP Teo, JP Rodrigues, FL Mastaglia, GW Thickbroom
Neuroscience 210, 110-117, 2012
242012
Effects of acute resistance training modality on corticospinal excitability, intra-cortical and neuromuscular responses
C Latella, WP Teo, D Harris, B Major, D VanderWesthuizen, AM Hendy
European journal of applied physiology 117 (11), 2211-2224, 2017
222017
Bihemispheric-tDCS and upper limb rehabilitation improves retention of motor function in chronic stroke: a pilot study
AM Goodwill, WP Teo, P Morgan, RM Daly, DJ Kidgell
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 258, 2016
222016
Lower limb progressive resistance training improves leg strength but not gait speed or balance in Parkinson’s disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis
A Tillman, M Muthalib, AM Hendy, LG Johnson, T Rantalainen, DJ Kidgell, ...
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 7, 40, 2015
222015
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