Jason Themanson
Jason Themanson
Professor of Psychology; Neuroscience Program at Illinois Wesleyan University
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Aerobic fitness and cognitive development: Event-related brain potential and task performance indices of executive control in preadolescent children.
CH Hillman, SM Buck, JR Themanson, MB Pontifex, DM Castelli
Developmental psychology 45 (1), 114, 2009
Cardiorespiratory fitness and acute aerobic exercise effects on neuroelectric and behavioral measures of action monitoring
JR Themanson, CH Hillman
Neuroscience 141 (2), 757-767, 2006
On the number of trials necessary for stabilization of error‐related brain activity across the life span
MB Pontifex, MR Scudder, ML Brown, KC O'Leary, CT Wu, JR Themanson, ...
Psychophysiology 47 (4), 767-773, 2010
Age and physical activity influences on action monitoring during task switching
JR Themanson, CH Hillman, JJ Curtin
Neurobiology of Aging 27 (9), 1335-1345, 2006
Fitness and action monitoring: evidence for improved cognitive flexibility in young adults
JR Themanson, MB Pontifex, CH Hillman
Neuroscience 157 (2), 319-328, 2008
Examining the relationships between self‐efficacy, task‐relevant attentional control, and task performance: Evidence from event‐related brain potentials
JR Themanson, PJ Rosen
British Journal of Psychology 106 (2), 253-271, 2015
Neural correlates of the implicit association test: evidence for semantic and emotional processing
JK Williams, JR Themanson
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 6 (4), 468-476, 2011
The relation of aerobic fitness to neuroelectric indices of cognitive and motor task preparation
K Kamijo, KC O'leary, MB Pontifex, JR Themanson, CH Hillman
Psychophysiology 47 (5), 814-821, 2010
An event-related examination of neural activity during social interactions
JR Themanson, SM Khatcherian, AB Ball, PJ Rosen
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 8 (6), 727-733, 2013
The effects of social exclusion on the ERN and the cognitive control of action monitoring
JR Themanson, AB Ball, SM Khatcherian, PJ Rosen
Psychophysiology 51 (3), 215-225, 2014
The relation of self-efficacy and error-related self-regulation
JR Themanson, MB Pontifex, CH Hillman, E McAuley
International journal of psychophysiology 80 (1), 1-10, 2011
Self-efficacy effects on neuroelectric and behavioral indices of action monitoring in older adults
JR Themanson, CH Hillman, E McAuley, SM Buck, SE Doerksen, ...
Neurobiology of aging 29 (7), 1111-1122, 2008
Alterations in error-related brain activity and post-error behavior over time
JR Themanson, PJ Rosen, MB Pontifex, CH Hillman, E McAuley
Brain and Cognition 80 (2), 257-265, 2012
Acute aerobic exercise effects on event-related brain potentials
CH Hillman, MB Pontifex, JR Themanson
Exercise and cognitive function 8, 161-178, 2009
The ongoing cognitive processing of exclusionary social events: evidence from event-related potentials
JR Themanson, JA Schreiber, AD Larsen, KR Dunn, AB Ball, ...
Social neuroscience 10 (1), 55-69, 2015
The influence of pitch-by-pitch feedback on neural activity and pitch perception in baseball
JR Themanson, NJ Bing, BE Sheese, MB Pontifex
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 41 (2), 65-72, 2019
Aerobic Exercise Training and Intra-individual Cognitive Variability in Older Adults: 2045: Board# 16: May 30 9: 00 AM-10: 30 AM
JM Samson, JJ Sosnoff, SM Buck, MB Pontifex, JR Themanson, ...
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 40 (5), S364, 2008
Aerobic Fitness and Neuroelectric Indices of Cognitive Control in Preadolescent Children: 1242: Board# 5: May 30 9: 30 AM-11: 00 AM
CH Hillman, SM Buck, JR Themanson, MB Pontifex
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 39 (5), S164, 2007
The effects of gender and perspective on consensus at zero acquaintance
JR Themanson
University of Connecticut, 1999
Examining Neural Activity Related to Pitch Stimuli and Feedback at the Plate: Cognitive and Performance Implications
JR Themanson, A Hay, L Sieving, BE Sheese
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 43 (5), 399-409, 2021
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