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Dr Shelley Duncan is a research fellow specialising in cognitive and behavioural neuroscience. She is interested in employing a multidisciplinary approach in the investigation of the relationship between cognitive and physical function. This also involves multimodal methodological designs incorporating mobile brain imaging, ambulatory ECG and motion capture systems. Shelley is specifically interested in the evaluation of the impact and dynamics associated with aging and the influence of neurological diseases, namely Parkinson’s disease. She was placed in the top 10 internationally for her paper "Validation of a multidirectional locomotive dual-task paradigm to evaluate task-related differences in event-related electro-cortical activity" in the 2020 Brain Products Mobile Brain Imaging Awards.

 

Mind-Body Connections Research Group Founder 

The relationship between mind and body is a dynamic and complex topic of interest that requires a multidisciplinary approach. Our Research Group exists to explore these connections. We often take the approach of evaluating varying aspects of human function in isolation, such as how muscles work and the underpinnings of cognition, but, how do these aspects of function relate, and how do they affect what we see in behaviour. The group has expertise in the areas of:

  • Exercise physiology
  • Sport psychology
  • Health and exercise psychology
  • Nursing
  • Neuroscience
  • Psychophysiology
  • Biomechanics

https://www.solent.ac.uk/research-innovation-enterprise/rie-at-solent/research-areas/mind-body-connections-research-group 

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Research Output

  • Validation of a multidirectional locomotive dual-task paradigm to evaluate task-related differences in event-related electro-cortical activity

    Duncan, S., Gosling, A., Panchuk, D. & Polmon, R., 1 Jan 2019, In : Behavioural Brain Research. p. 122-130 9 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Expertise-Related Differences in the Performance of Simple and Complex Tasks: an Event-Related Potential Evaluation of Futsal Players

    Duncan, S., Oppici, L., Borg, C., Farrow, D., Polmon, R. & Serpiello, F., 5 Nov 2017, In : Science and Medicine in Football. 2, 2, p. 157-162 6 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
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  • Fatigue related impairments in oculomotor control are prevented by caffeine

    Connell, C., Thompson, B., Kuhn, G., Claffey, M., Gant, N. & Duncan, S., 25 May 2016, In : Scientific Reports. 6, 26614.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
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