Juliana Parma
Juliana Parma
Other namesJuliana O Parma, Juliana Otoni Parma
Assistant professor, Kinesiology, San Francisco State University
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Higher inhibitory control is required to escape the innate attraction to effort minimization
B Cheval, M Daou, DAR Cabral, MFB Bacelar, JO Parma, C Forestier, ...
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 51, 101781, 2020
Mirror therapy in upper limb motor recovery and activities of daily living, and its neural correlates in stroke individuals: A systematic review and meta-analysis
NGHM Nogueira, JO Parma, SES de Assis Leão, I de Souza Sales, ...
Brain Research Bulletin 177, 217-238, 2021
Inhibitory control elicited by physical activity and inactivity stimuli: An electroencephalography study.
B Cheval, DAR Cabral, M Daou, MFB Bacelar, JO Parma, C Forestier, ...
Motivation Science 7 (4), 386, 2021
Meta-analyzing enhanced expectancies on motor learning: positive effects but methodological concerns
MFB Bacelar, JO Parma, WM Murrah, MW Miller
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 1-30, 2022
Oculomotor behavior and the level of repetition in motor practice: Effects on pupil dilation, eyeblinks and visual scanning
LEA Bicalho, MR Albuquerque, H Ugrinowitsch, VT Da Costa, JO Parma, ...
Human movement science 64, 142-152, 2019
Association between the catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) Val158Met polymorphism and motor behavior in healthy adults: a study review
NGHM Nogueira, MFB Bacelar, B de Paula Ferreira, JO Parma, GM Lage
Brain Research Bulletin 144, 223-232, 2019
The relative age effect on Brazilian elite volleyball
JO Parma, EM Penna
Journal of Physical Education 29, e2942, 2018
Dissociating the contributions of motivational and information processing factors to the self-controlled feedback learning benefit
MFB Bacelar, JO Parma, D Cabral, M Daou, KR Lohse, MW Miller
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 59, 102119, 2022
Molecular mechanisms associated with the benefits of variable practice in motor learning
T Apolinário-Souza, AF Santos Almeida, N Lelis-Torres, J Otoni Parma, ...
Journal of Motor Behavior 52 (5), 515-526, 2020
The combination of reporting bias and underpowered study designs has substantially exaggerated the motor learning benefits of self-controlled practice and enhanced expectancies …
B McKay, MFB Bacelar, JO Parma, MW Miller, MJ Carter
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 1-21, 2023
Motor learning and COMT Val158met polymorphism: Analyses of oculomotor behavior and corticocortical communication
NGHM Nogueira, DM de Miranda, MR Albuquerque, B de Paula Ferreira, ...
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 168, 107157, 2020
Self-controlled feedback and learner impulsivity in sequential motor learning
BP Ferreira, LF Malloy-Diniz, JO Parma, NGHM Nogueira, ...
Perceptual and Motor Skills 126 (1), 157-179, 2019
No effects of mental fatigue and cerebral stimulation on physical performance of master swimmers
EM Penna, E Filho, BT Campos, RM Ferreira, JO Parma, GM Lage, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 656499, 2021
TDCS of the primary motor cortex: Learning the absolute dimension of a complex motor task
JO Parma, VLS Profeta, AGP Andrade, GM Lage, T Apolinário-Souza
Journal of Motor Behavior 53 (4), 431-444, 2021
Cathodal tDCS of the left posterior parietal cortex increases proprioceptive drift
JR Ventura de Oliveira, MA Romano-Silva, H Ugrinowitsch, ...
Journal of Motor Behavior 51 (3), 272-280, 2019
Association between the Catechol-O-Methyltransferase (COMT) Val158Met polymorphism and manual performance asymmetries
NGHM Nogueira, LA Fernandes, BP Ferreira, MTS Batista, KCR Alves, ...
Perceptual and Motor Skills 126 (3), 349-365, 2019
Relation of personality traits and decision-making in wheelchair tennis players
JO Parma, VT Costa, AGP Andrade, G Cavalcante, D Hackfort, F Noce
International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 17 (1), 52-63, 2019
Relationship between reward-related brain activity and opportunities to sit
JO Parma, MFB Bacelar, DAR Cabral, RS Recker, D Orsholits, O Renaud, ...
Cortex 167, 197-217, 2023
That looks easy! Evidence against the benefits of an easier criterion of success for enhancing motor learning
JO Parma, MFB Bacelar, DAR Cabral, KR Lohse, NJ Hodges, MW Miller
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 66, 102394, 2023
Does learning a skill with the expectation of teaching it impair the skill’s execution under psychological pressure if the skill is learned with analogy instructions?
DAR Cabral, M Daou, MFB Bacelar, JO Parma, MW Miller
Psychology of sport and exercise 51, 101757, 2020
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