Matthew Walker Miller

Affiliations: 
Auburn University, Auburn, AL, United States 
Area:
Motor learning; sport and exercise psychology; psychophysiology
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Shaw EP, Rietschel JC, Shuggi IM, et al. (2019) Cerebral cortical networking for mental workload assessment under various demands during dual-task walking. Experimental Brain Research
Daou M, Rhoads JA, Jacobs T, et al. (2019) Does limiting pre-movement time during practice eliminate the benefit of practicing while expecting to teach? Human Movement Science. 64: 153-163
Pathania A, Leiker AM, Euler M, et al. (2019) Challenge, motivation, and effort: Neural and behavioral correlates of self-control of difficulty during practice. Biological Psychology. 141: 52-63
Pruziner AL, Shaw EP, Rietschel JC, et al. (2018) Biomechanical and neurocognitive performance outcomes of walking with transtibial limb loss while challenged by a concurrent task. Experimental Brain Research
Jaquess KJ, Lo LC, Oh H, et al. (2018) Changes in mental workload and motor performance throughout multiple practice sessions under various levels of task difficulty. Neuroscience
Daou M, Hutchison Z, Bacelar M, et al. (2018) Learning a skill with the expectation of teaching it impairs the skill's execution under psychological pressure. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied
Daou M, Lohse KR, Miller MW. (2018) Does practicing a skill with the expectation of teaching alter motor preparatory cortical dynamics? International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Gentili RJ, Jaquess KJ, Shuggi IM, et al. (2018) Combined assessment of attentional reserve and cognitive-motor effort under various levels of challenge with a dry EEG system. Psychophysiology
Shaw EP, Rietschel JC, Hendershot BD, et al. (2018) Measurement of attentional reserve and mental effort for cognitive workload assessment under various task demands during dual-task walking. Biological Psychology
Daou M, Lohse KR, Miller MW. (2017) To Take the Stairs or Not to Take the Stairs? Employing the Reflective⁻Impulsive Model to Predict Spontaneous Physical Activity. Sports (Basel, Switzerland). 5
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