Louise Marshall
Louise Marshall
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Medical apps for smartphones: lack of evidence undermines quality and safety
AWG Buijink, BJ Visser, L Marshall
BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine 18 (3), 90-92, 2013
2962013
Computations of uncertainty mediate acute stress responses in humans
AO De Berker, RB Rutledge, C Mathys, L Marshall, GF Cross, RJ Dolan, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-11, 2016
1912016
Temporal dynamics of encoding, storage, and reallocation of visual working memory
PM Bays, N Gorgoraptis, N Wee, L Marshall, M Husain
Journal of vision 11 (10), 6-6, 2011
1912011
Impaired long-term depression in schizophrenia: a cathodal tDCS pilot study
A Hasan, MA Nitsche, M Herrmann, T Schneider-Axmann, L Marshall, ...
Brain stimulation 5 (4), 475-483, 2012
912012
Pharmacological fingerprints of contextual uncertainty
L Marshall, C Mathys, D Ruge, AO De Berker, P Dayan, KE Stephan, ...
PLoS Biology 14 (11), e1002575, 2016
772016
Evidence for optimal integration of visual feature representations across saccades
LO Wijdenes, L Marshall, PM Bays
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (28), 10146-10153, 2015
652015
Obligatory encoding of task-irrelevant features depletes working memory resources
L Marshall, PM Bays
Journal of vision 13 (2), 21-21, 2013
532013
Interaction between visual and motor cortex: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study
G Strigaro, D Ruge, JC Chen, L Marshall, M Desikan, R Cantello, ...
The Journal of physiology 593 (10), 2365-2377, 2015
402015
Abnormal bihemispheric responses in schizophrenia patients following cathodal transcranial direct stimulation
A Hasan, R Aborowa, MA Nitsche, L Marshall, A Schmitt, O Gruber, ...
European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience 262 (5), 415-423, 2012
402012
Bi‐directional modulation of somatosensory mismatch negativity with transcranial direct current stimulation: an event related potential study
JC Chen, D Hämmerer, K D'Ostilio, EP Casula, L Marshall, CH Tsai, ...
The Journal of physiology 592 (4), 745-757, 2014
332014
Active inference and oculomotor pursuit: The dynamic causal modelling of eye movements
RA Adams, E Aponte, L Marshall, KJ Friston
Journal of neuroscience methods 242, 1-14, 2015
302015
Dorsolateral–ventromedial prefrontal cortex interactions during value-guided choice: a function of context or difficulty?
AC Saraiva, L Marshall
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (13), 5087-5088, 2015
182015
Guidelines for Data Acquisition, Quality and Curation for Observational Research Designs (DAQCORD)
A Ecole, V Brinck, P George, R Hicks, J Huijben, M Jarrett, M Vassat, ...
Journal of Clinical and Translational Science 4 (4), 354-359, 2020
82020
Forget-me-some: General versus special purpose models in a hierarchical probabilistic task
F Bröker, L Marshall, S Bestmann, P Dayan
PloS one 13 (10), e0205974, 2018
62018
Obligatory encoding of task-irrelevant features depletes working memory resources
L Marshall, P Bays
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 853-853, 2012
62012
Visual updating across saccades by working memory integration
LO Wijdenes, L Marshall, P Bays
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 785-785, 2015
32015
Glutamatergic contribution to probabilistic reasoning and jumping to conclusions in schizophrenia: A double-blind, randomized experimental trial
W Strube, L Marshall, G Quattrocchi, S Little, CL Cimpianu, M Ulbrich, ...
Biological Psychiatry 88 (9), 687-697, 2020
12020
Reasoning and Jumping to Conclusions in Schizophrenia: A Double-Blind, Randomized Experimental Trial
W Strube, L Marshall, G Quattrocchi, S Little, CL Cimpianu, M Ulbrich, ...
Biological Psychiatry, 2020
2020
S231. The role of dopaminergic and glutamatergic neurotransmission in delusional ideation and sensory information processing of patients with schizophrenia in comparison to …
W Strube, G Quattrocchi, S Little, L Marshall, A Hasan, S Bestmann
Schizophrenia Bulletin 44 (suppl_1), S416-S416, 2018
2018
Learning and action in uncertain environments
L Marshall
UCL (University College London), 2017
2017
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