Megan S Barker
Megan S Barker
Columbia University Medical Center; University of Queensland
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Depression and the incidence of urinary incontinence symptoms among young women: Results from a prospective cohort study
GD Mishra, MS Barker, GC Herber-Gast, T Hillard
Maturitas 81 (4), 456-461, 2015
Cohesive and coherent connected speech deficits in mild stroke
MS Barker, B Young, GA Robinson
Brain and language 168, 23-36, 2017
Energization and spoken language production: evidence from progressive supranuclear palsy
MS Barker, NL Nelson, JD O'Sullivan, R Adam, GA Robinson
Neuropsychologia 119, 349-362, 2018
Initiation, inhibition and strategy generation across the healthy adult lifespan
EC Gibson, MS Barker, AK Martin, GA Robinson
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 34 (4), 511-523, 2018
Idea formulation for spoken language production: the interface of cognition and language
MS Barker, NL Nelson, GA Robinson
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 26 (2), 226-240, 2020
Response initiation and inhibition and the relationship with fluid intelligence across the adult lifespan
AK Martin, MS Barker, EC Gibson, GA Robinson
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 36 (2), 231-242, 2021
Callosal agenesis and congenital mirror movements: outcomes associated with DCC mutations
M Spencer‐Smith, JL Knight, E Lacaze, Irc5 Consortium, C Depienne, ...
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 62 (6), 758-762, 2020
Selection for sentence generation in the context of severe anomia: A case series of left temporal patients
MS Barker, GA Robinson
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 41 (4), 353-363, 2019
Subthalamic deep brain stimulation identifies frontal networks supporting initiation, inhibition and strategy use in Parkinson's disease
PE Mosley, K Robinson, T Coyne, P Silburn, MS Barker, M Breakspear, ...
NeuroImage 223, 117352, 2020
“Grumpy” or “furious”? Arousal of emotion labels influences judgments of facial expressions
MS Barker, EM Bidstrup, GA Robinson, NL Nelson
PLoS One 15 (7), e0235390, 2020
Idea selection for propositional language production
MS Barker, A Ceslis, GA Robinson
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 1-24, 2020
Association Between APOE Alleles and Change of Neuropsychological Tests in the Long Life Family Study
M Du, SL Andersen, N Schupf, MF Feitosa, MS Barker, TT Perls, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 1-9, 2020
The role of attention and emotion in message formulation
MS Barker
The University of Queensland, 2018
Acquired Brain Injury (Stroke and TBI) in Later Life
MS Barker, EC Gibson, GA Robinson
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology, 2018
Recognition memory and divergent cognitive profiles in prodromal genetic frontotemporal dementia
MS Barker, M Manoochehri, SJ Rizer, BS Appleby, D Brushaber, SI Dev, ...
Cortex 139, 99-115, 2021
Verbal adynamia and conceptualization in partial rhombencephalosynapsis and corpus callosum dysgenesis
MS Barker, JL Knight, RJ Dean, S Mandelstam, LJ Richards, ...
Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology 34 (1), 38-52, 2021
Optimizing Subjective Cognitive Decline to Detect Early Cognitive Dysfunction
S Chapman, P Sunderaraman, JL Joyce, M Azar, LE Colvin, MS Barker, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 1-12, 2021
Psycholinguistic properties of words on fluency testing relate to different aspects of subjective cognitive decline
MS Barker, S Chapman, A Mejia, JL Joyce, P Sunderaraman, BRS Idnay, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 16, e046108, 2020
Clinician‐reported features in MBI/MCI and early dementia in genetic FTLD: Neuropsychiatry and behavioral neurology/Mild cognitive impairment/Early symptomatic disease
RT Gottesman, MS Barker, S Cosentino, M Manoochehri, BF Boeve, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 16, e046322, 2020
Performance and intrusion errors on challenging cognitive assessments associate with subjective cognitive decline: Neuropsychology/Early detection of cognitive decline with …
JL Joyce, S Chapman, MS Barker, S Rizer, P Sunderaraman, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 16, e046141, 2020
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