Modulation of early modality-specific cortical potentials by attention, and associated changes in task performance
Published by Behavioural Brain Research
September 1, 2017
Adams, MS; Popovich, C; Staines, WR.
Early modality-specific cortical regions are modulated by attended visual stimuli: interaction of vision, touch, and behavioural intent
Published by Frontiers in Psychology
April 1, 2014
Staines, WR; Popovich, CM; Legon, JK; Adams, MS.
Meaghan Adam's research focuses on assessing motor, cognitive, and sensory changes after concussion in working-aged people; particularly the differences between men and women. Her career began in clinical physiotherapy, and she has worked in sports medicine and vestibular rehabilitation, focusing on concussion rehabilitation. In Adam's business, OneBrain Neuroscience, she provides evidence-based concussion and neuroscience education to health care providers and fitness professionals. Adam's pursued health care because she wanted to help people, and teaching concussion best practices and explaining the amazing power of the brain to guide movement allows Adams to help many more people than she can in my clinical practice alone.
Poster: Attentional gating at early cortical processing stages is associated with changes in behavioural peformance on a motor task with sensory conflict
Society for Neuroscience Conference
San Diego, CA, November 21, 2016
Poster: Changes in early visual and tactile processing after recovery fron concussion
Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress
Victoria, BC, May 16, 2016
Concussion Neuroscience: Emerging Tests
Sport Physiotherapy Canada Concussion Symposium
Women's College Hospital, Toronto, ON, November 26, 2016