Stephen Bailey
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Active workstations to fight sedentary behaviour
T Torbeyns, S Bailey, I Bos, R Meeusen
Sports medicine 44 (9), 1261-1273, 2014
Detection of synchronous brain activity in white matter tracts at rest and under functional loading
Z Ding, Y Huang, SK Bailey, Y Gao, LE Cutting, BP Rogers, AT Newton, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (3), 595-600, 2018
BDNF, IGF-I, glucose and insulin during continuous and interval exercise in type 1 diabetes
C Tonoli, E Heyman, B Roelands, L Buyse, F Piacentini, S Berthoin, ...
International journal of sports medicine 36 (12), 955-959, 2015
Frontoparietal structural connectivity in childhood predicts development of functional connectivity and reasoning ability: A large-scale longitudinal investigation
C Wendelken, E Ferrer, S Ghetti, SK Bailey, L Cutting, SA Bunge
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (35), 8549-8558, 2017
Visualizing functional pathways in the human brain using correlation tensors and magnetic resonance imaging
Z Ding, R Xu, SK Bailey, TL Wu, VL Morgan, LE Cutting, AW Anderson, ...
Magnetic resonance imaging 34 (1), 8-17, 2016
Comprehending text versus reading words in young readers with varying reading ability: distinct patterns of functional connectivity from common processing hubs
KS Aboud, SK Bailey, SA Petrill, LE Cutting
Developmental science 19 (4), 632-656, 2016
Neurotrophins and cognitive functions in T1D compared with healthy controls: effects of a high-intensity exercise
C Tonoli, E Heyman, L Buyse, B Roelands, MF Piacentini, S Bailey, ...
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 40 (1), 20-27, 2015
Functional connectivity and activity of white matter in somatosensory pathways under tactile stimulations
X Wu, Z Yang, SK Bailey, J Zhou, LE Cutting, JC Gore, Z Ding
Neuroimage 152, 371-380, 2017
Voxel-wise detection of functional networks in white matter
Y Huang, SK Bailey, P Wang, LE Cutting, JC Gore, Z Ding
Neuroimage 183, 544-552, 2018
Applying a network framework to the neurobiology of reading and dyslexia
SK Bailey, KS Aboud, TQ Nguyen, LE Cutting
Journal of neurodevelopmental disorders 10 (1), 1-9, 2018
Cycling on a bike desk positively influences cognitive performance
T Torbeyns, B de Geus, S Bailey, K De Pauw, L Decroix, J Van Cutsem, ...
PLoS One 11 (11), e0165510, 2016
Anomalous gray matter patterns in specific reading comprehension deficit are independent of dyslexia
S Bailey, F Hoeft, K Aboud, L Cutting
Annals of dyslexia 66 (3), 256-274, 2016
Bike desks in the office
T Torbeyns, B de Geus, S Bailey, K De Pauw, L Decroix, J Van Cutsem, ...
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 58 (12), 1257-1263, 2016
Association of intrinsic brain architecture with changes in attentional and mood symptoms during development
S Whitfield-Gabrieli, C Wendelken, A Nieto-Casta˝ˇn, SK Bailey, ...
JAMA psychiatry 77 (4), 378-386, 2020
Bike desks in the classroom: Energy expenditure, physical health, cognitive performance, brain functioning, and academic performance
T Torbeyns, B de Geus, S Bailey, L Decroix, J Van Cutsem, K De Pauw, ...
Journal of Physical Activity and Health 14 (6), 429-439, 2017
The potential of bike desks to reduce sedentary time in the office: a mixed-method study
T Torbeyns, B De Geus, S Bailey, L Decroix, R Meeusen
Public health 144, 16-22, 2017
The use of cycling workstations in public places–an observational study
T Torbeyns, S Bailey, B de Geus, R Meeusen
Public health 129 (11), 1439-1443, 2015
Fairy tales versus facts: Genre matters to the developing brain
KS Aboud, SK Bailey, SN Del Tufo, LA Barquero, LE Cutting
Cerebral Cortex 29 (11), 4877-4888, 2019
Neurobiological bases of word recognition and reading comprehension
LE Cutting, SK Bailey, LA Barquero, K Aboud
Advances in reading intervention: Research to practice to research, 73-84, 2015
Global scaling of the heat transport in fusion plasmas
S Moradi, J Anderson, M Romanelli, HT Kim, X Litaudon, S Abduallev, ...
Physical review research 2 (1), 013027, 2020
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