Genevieve Z. Steiner
Genevieve Z. Steiner
NICM Health Research Institute, Western Sydney University
Verified email at westernsydney.edu.au - Homepage
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The “online brain”: how the Internet may be changing our cognition
J Firth, J Torous, B Stubbs, JA Firth, GZ Steiner, L Smith, ...
World Psychiatry 18 (2), 119-129, 2019
662019
Pupillary responses and event‐related potentials as indices of the orienting reflex
GZ Steiner, RJ Barry
Psychophysiology 48 (12), 1648-1655, 2011
642011
The mechanism of dishabituation
GZ Steiner, RJ Barry
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 8, 14, 2014
342014
Reinstating the novelty P3
RJ Barry, GZ Steiner, FM De Blasio
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-13, 2016
302016
Linking components of event-related potentials and autonomic measures of the orienting reflex
RJ Barry, B MacDonald, FM De Blasio, GZ Steiner
International Journal of Psychophysiology 89 (3), 366-373, 2013
252013
Can working memory predict target-to-target interval effects in the P300?
GZ Steiner, RJ Barry, CJ Gonsalvez
International Journal of Psychophysiology 89 (3), 399-408, 2013
252013
Herbal Medicine for the Treatment of Vascular Dementia: An Overview of Scientific Evidence
D Chang, J Liu, K Bilinski, L Xu, GZ Steiner, SW Seto, A Bensoussan
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2016, 2016
232016
A double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial of Ganoderma lucidum for the treatment of cardiovascular risk factors of metabolic syndrome
NL Klupp, H Kiat, A Bensoussan, GZ Steiner, DH Chang
Scientific reports 6, 29540, 2016
232016
The effect of Sailuotong (SLT) on neurocognitive and cardiovascular function in healthy adults: a randomised, double-blind, placebo controlled crossover pilot trial
GZ Steiner, A Yeung, JX Liu, DA Camfield, FM De Blasio, A Pipingas, ...
BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 16 (1), 15, 2015
222015
Comparing P300 modulations: Target‐to‐target interval versus infrequent nontarget‐to‐nontarget interval in a three‐stimulus task
GZ Steiner, ML Brennan, CJ Gonsalvez, RJ Barry
Psychophysiology 50 (2), 187-194, 2013
222013
Prestimulus EEG amplitude determinants of ERP responses in a habituation paradigm
FM De Blasio, RJ Barry, GZ Steiner
International Journal of Psychophysiology 89 (3), 444-450, 2013
202013
Resting state intrinsic EEG impacts on go stimulus‐response processes
D Karamacoska, RJ Barry, GZ Steiner
Psychophysiology 54 (6), 894-903, 2017
192017
Intrinsic EEG and task-related changes in EEG affect Go/NoGo task performance
D Karamacoska, RJ Barry, GZ Steiner, EP Coleman, EJ Wilson
International Journal of Psychophysiology 125, 17-28, 2018
182018
A systematic review of health promotion intervention studies in the police force: study characteristics, intervention design and impacts on health
F MacMillan, D Karamacoska, A El Masri, KA McBride, GZ Steiner, A Cook, ...
Occupational and environmental medicine 74 (12), 913-923, 2017
182017
Sailuotong Prevents Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)-Induced Injury in EA. hy926 Cells
SW Seto, D Chang, WM Ko, X Zhou, H Kiat, A Bensoussan, SMY Lee, ...
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 18 (1), 95, 2017
172017
Event‐related EEG time–frequency analysis and the O rienting R eflex to auditory stimuli
RJ Barry, GZ Steiner, FM De Blasio
Psychophysiology 49 (6), 744-755, 2012
152012
Exploring the mechanism of dishabituation
GZ Steiner, RJ Barry
Neurobiology of learning and memory 95 (4), 461-466, 2011
152011
Stimulus-to-matching-stimulus interval influences N1, P2, and P3b in an equiprobable Go/NoGo task
GZ Steiner, RJ Barry, CJ Gonsalvez
International Journal of Psychophysiology 94 (1), 59-68, 2014
132014
ERP components and behavior in the auditory equiprobable go/no‐go task: Inhibition in young adults
JS Fogarty, RJ Barry, FM De Blasio, GZ Steiner
Psychophysiology 55 (7), e13065, 2018
112018
CNV resolution does not cause NoGo anteriorisation of the P3: A failure to replicate Simson et al.
JL Smith, RJ Barry, GZ Steiner
International Journal of Psychophysiology 89 (3), 349-357, 2013
112013
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