Gail Eskes
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Fatigue after stroke
JL Ingles, GA Eskes, SJ Phillips
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 80 (2), 173-178, 1999
5231999
Fatigue associated with stroke and other neurologic conditions: implications for stroke rehabilitation
MH De Groot, SJ Phillips, GA Eskes
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 84 (11), 1714-1720, 2003
3462003
Appraising the ANT: Psychometric and theoretical considerations of the Attention Network Test.
JW MacLeod, MA Lawrence, MM McConnell, GA Eskes, RM Klein, ...
Neuropsychology 24 (5), 637, 2010
3302010
Experimental neuropsychological studies of frontal lobe function
DT Stuss
Handbook of neuropsychology 9, 149-185, 1994
3201994
Developing a measure of sluggish cognitive tempo for children: content validity, factor structure, and reliability.
AM Penny, DA Waschbusch, RM Klein, P Corkum, G Eskes
Psychological assessment 21 (3), 380, 2009
2422009
Measuring treatment effects on dual-task performance: a framework for research and clinical practice
P Plummer, G Eskes
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 225, 2015
2012015
Comprehension of concrete and abstract words in autistic children
GA Eskes, SE Bryson, TA McCormick
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 20 (1), 61-73, 1990
2001990
Cerebrovascular reserve: the link between fitness and cognitive function?
MH Davenport, DB Hogan, GA Eskes, RS Longman, MJ Poulin
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 40 (3), 153-158, 2012
1862012
Cognitive-motor interference during functional mobility after stroke: state of the science and implications for future research
P Plummer, G Eskes, S Wallace, C Giuffrida, M Fraas, G Campbell, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 94 (12), 2565-2574. e6, 2013
1682013
Assessment of working memory abilities using an event-related brain potential (ERP)-compatible digit span backward task
CD Lefebvre, Y Marchand, GA Eskes, JF Connolly
Clinical Neurophysiology 116 (7), 1665-1680, 2005
1322005
The cognitive neuropsychology of attention: A frontal lobe perspective
JK Foster, GA Eskes, DT Stuss
Cognitive Neuropsychology 11 (2), 133-147, 1994
1201994
Dual effects of body-weight supported treadmill training on cardiovascular fitness and walking ability early after stroke: a randomized controlled trial
M MacKay-Lyons, A McDonald, J Matheson, G Eskes, MA Klus
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 27 (7), 644-653, 2013
1102013
Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations: Mood, Cognition and Fatigue following Stroke Practice Guidelines, Update 2015
GA Eskes, KL Lanctôt, N Herrmann, P Lindsay, M Bayley, L Bouvier, ...
International Journal of Stroke 10 (7), 1130-1140, 2015
1072015
Caring for stroke survivors: baseline and 1-year determinants of caregiver burden
H Rigby, G Gubitz, G Eskes, Y Reidy, C Christian, V Grover, S Phillips
International Journal of Stroke 4 (3), 152-158, 2009
1012009
Description and evaluation of an acute stroke unit
SJ Phillips, GA Eskes, GJ Gubitz, ...
Cmaj 167 (6), 655-660, 2002
972002
Electrophysiological assessment of language function following stroke
RCN D'Arcy, Y Marchand, GA Eskes, ER Harrison, SJ Phillips, A Major, ...
Clinical neurophysiology 114 (4), 662-672, 2003
962003
Executive function in patients with obstructive sleep apnea treated with continuous positive airway pressure
EYY Lau, GA Eskes, DL Morrison, M Rajda, KF Spurr
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 16 (6), 1077-1088, 2010
912010
Predicting functional outcome after stroke by modelling baseline clinical and CT variables
JM Reid, GJ Gubitz, D Dai, D Kydd, G Eskes, Y Reidy, C Christian, ...
Age and ageing 39 (3), 360-366, 2010
912010
Prefrontal cortex and caudate nucleus in conditional associative learning: dissociated effects of selective brain lesions in rats.
G Winocur, G Eskes
Behavioral neuroscience 112 (1), 89, 1998
911998
Photoperiodic regulation of the hamster testis: dependence on circadian rhythms
GA Eskes, I Zucker
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 75 (2), 1034-1038, 1978
901978
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