2023 - Research.com Neuroscience in Australia Leader Award
Neuroscience, Cognition, Human brain, Parkinson's disease and Basal ganglia are his primary areas of study. His Neuroscience study frequently involves adjacent topics like Cognitive science. The various areas that James M. Shine examines in his Cognition study include Visual perception, Perception, Cognitive psychology and Disease.
His Human brain research incorporates themes from Brain state, Brain mapping and Brain function. His Parkinson's disease study incorporates themes from Percept, Gait, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Attentional control. His research investigates the link between Basal ganglia and topics such as Gait that cross with problems in Subthalamic nucleus, Striatum and Cognitive load.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Parkinson's disease, Neuroscience, Cognition, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Gait. His research in Parkinson's disease intersects with topics in Gait, Physical therapy and Visual Hallucination. His study in Neuroscience focuses on Human brain, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Basal ganglia, Neuroimaging and Default mode network.
In his study, Large scale network is inextricably linked to Premovement neuronal activity, which falls within the broad field of Human brain. When carried out as part of a general Cognition research project, his work on Functional neuroimaging and Neuropsychology is frequently linked to work in Mechanism, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His research in Physical medicine and rehabilitation tackles topics such as Neurology which are related to areas like Attentional network.
His main research concerns Neuroscience, Cognition, Neuroimaging, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Functional connectivity. His study in Parkinson's disease extends to Neuroscience with its themes. His Parkinson's disease research includes elements of Neural correlates of consciousness and Visual Hallucination.
James M. Shine has researched Cognition in several fields, including Cognitive psychology, Arousal, Perception, Basal forebrain and Cognitive science. His Neuroimaging research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Lewy body, Dementia with Lewy bodies, Dementia, Disease and Therapeutic trial. His Functional connectivity research incorporates elements of Neural system and Set.
James M. Shine mostly deals with Neuroscience, Cognition, Thalamus, Parkinson's disease and Functional connectivity. His works in Brain mapping, Connectome, Neuroimaging, Basal ganglia and Locus coeruleus are all subjects of inquiry into Neuroscience. James M. Shine usually deals with Cognition and limits it to topics linked to Human brain and Elementary cognitive task.
His Parkinson's disease study focuses on Subthalamic nucleus in particular. His Subthalamic nucleus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Gait and Functional magnetic resonance imaging. His Functional connectivity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Neural correlates of consciousness and Sensory cue.
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The Dynamics of Functional Brain Networks: Integrated Network States during Cognitive Task Performance
James M. Shine;James M. Shine;Patrick G. Bissett;Peter T. Bell;Oluwasanmi Oluseye Koyejo.
Long-term neural and physiological phenotyping of a single human
Russell A. Poldrack;Russell A. Poldrack;Timothy O. Laumann;Oluwasanmi Koyejo;Brenda Gregory.
Nature Communications (2015)
Human cognition involves the dynamic integration of neural activity and neuromodulatory systems
James M Shine;Michael Breakspear;Michael Breakspear;Peter T Bell;Kaylena A Ehgoetz Martens.
Nature Neuroscience (2019)
Questions and controversies in the study of time-varying functional connectivity in resting fMRI
Daniel J. Lurie;Daniel Kessler;Danielle S. Bassett;Richard F. Betzel.
Network Neuroscience , 4 (1) pp. 30-69. (2020) (2020)
Freezing of gait in Parkinson’s disease is associated with functional decoupling between the cognitive control network and the basal ganglia
James M. Shine;Elie Matar;Philip B. Ward;Michael J. Frank.
Exploring the cortical and subcortical functional magnetic resonance imaging changes associated with freezing in Parkinson's disease
James M. Shine;Elie Matar;Philip B. Ward;Samuel J. Bolitho.
The specific contributions of set-shifting to freezing of gait in Parkinson's disease
Sharon L. Naismith;James M. Shine;Simon J.G. Lewis.
Movement Disorders (2010)
Autonomous identification of freezing of gait in Parkinson's disease from lower-body segmental accelerometry
Steven T Moore;Don A Yungher;Tiffany R Morris;Valentina Dilda.
Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation (2013)
Visual misperceptions and hallucinations in Parkinson's disease: Dysfunction of attentional control networks?†‡
James M. Shine;Glenda M. Halliday;Sharon L. Naismith;Simon J.G. Lewis.
Movement Disorders (2011)
Principles of dynamic network reconfiguration across diverse brain states.
James M. Shine;James M. Shine;Russell A. Poldrack.
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