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Anita Parada

 
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Anita Parada
Assistant Professor, Rehabilitation Sciences

Dr. Anita (Bialunska) Parada's research interest involves the perception-action relationships, in particular, multisensory processing, spatial and temporal attention, sensorimotor integration and synchronization, rhythm perception, and production. She employs basic and clinical research and develops behavioral, electrophysiological, and non-invasive brain stimulation techniques to better understand mechanisms and neuronal underpinnings of these functions and related dysfunctions. The ultimate goal is to advance the treatment of brain disorders.She is currently looking at recovery mechanisms of impaired sensorimotor functions after the Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, as well as a relationship between processing of rhythmical information and brain disorders. In addition, she is interested in the neuroplasticity mechanisms and the potential effect of the transcranial magnetic stimulation of timing brain networks to improve other functions (e.g., motoric, affective, cognitive).

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  1. Perception-action relationships
  2. Timing
  3. Sensorimotor integration
  4. Neuroplasticity
  5. TBI
  6. EEG
  7. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

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