On trainee papers, supervisor is listed in last author position; * indicates trainee; ǂ indicates equal contribution.
Papasideris, M.*, Ayaz, H., Hall, P.A. (2021). Medial prefrontal brain activity correlates with emerging symptoms of anxiety and depression in late adolescence: a fNIRS study. Developmental Psychobiology.
Hall, P.A., Best, J.R., Beaton, E.A., Sakib, M.N.*, & Danckert, J.D. (2021). Morphology of the prefrontal cortex predicts body composition in early adolescence: Cognitive mediators and environmental moderators in the ABCD Study. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.
Papasideris, M.*, Safati, A.B.*, Ayaz, H., Morita, P.P., & Hall, P.A. (2021). Examining the relationships among adolescent health behaviours, prefrontal function, and academic achievement using fNIRS. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 50, 100983.
Hall, P.A., Best, J.R., Danckert, J.D., Beaton, E.A., & Lee, J.A.* (2021). Morphometry of the lateral orbitofrontal cortex is associated with eating dispositions in early adolescence: Findings from a large population-based study. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.
Fatakdawala, I.*, Ayaz, H., Safati, A.*, Sakib, M.N.*, & Hall, P.A. (2021). Effects of prefrontal theta burst stimulation on neuronal activity and subsequent eating behavior: an interleaved rTMS and fNIRS study. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.
Papasideris, M.*, Leatherdale, S. T., Battista, K., & Hall, P. A. (2021). An examination of the prospective association between physical activity and academic achievement in youth at the population level. Plos one, 16(6), e0253142.
Hall, P. A., Sheeran, P., Fong, G. T., Cheah, C. S., Oremus, M., Liu-Ambrose, T., ... & Morita, P. P. (2021). Biobehavioral aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic: A review. Psychosomatic medicine, 83(4), 309-321.
Sakib, M. N.*, Butt, Z. A., Morita, P. P., Oremus, M., Fong, G. T., & Hall, P. A. (2020). Considerations for an Individual-Level Population Notification System for Pandemic Response: A Review and Prototype. JMIR, 22(6), e19930.
Hall, P. A., Erickson, K. I., Lowe, C. J.*, & Sakib, M. N.* (2020). Quantifying cortical resilience in experimental, clinical, and epidemiological studies: A conceptually grounded method using noninvasive brain stimulation. Psychosomatic medicine, 82(3), 281-286.
Hall, P.A. (2019). Novel contributions of neuroergonomics and cognitive engineering to population health (pp 3-13). In H. Ayaz (Ed.), Advances in Neuroergonomics and Cognitive Engineering. Springer: New York, NY.
Hall, P.A., Bickel, W.K., Erickson, K.I., & Wagner, D.D. (2018). Neuroimaging, neuromodulation, and population health: The neuroscience of chronic disease prevention. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1428, 240-256.
Lowe, C. J.*, Staines, W. R., Manocchio, F., & Hall, P. A. (2018). The neurocognitive mechanisms underlying food cravings and snack food consumption. A combined continuous theta burst stimulation (cTBS) and EEG study. Neuroimage, 177, 45-58.
Lowe, C.J.*, Manocchio, F.*, Safati, A.*, & Hall, P.A. (2018). The effects of theta burst stimulation (TBS) targeting the prefrontal cortex on executive functioning: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Neuropsychologia, 111, 344-359.
Best, J.R., Eng, J.J., Davis, J.C., Hsiung, G.R., Hall, P.A., Middleton, L.E., Graf, P., Goldsmith, C.H., & Liu-Ambrose. T. (2018). Study protocol for Vitality: a proof-of-concept randomised controlled trial of exercise training or complex mental and social activities to promote cognition in adults with chronic stroke. BMJ Open, 8(3):e021490
Hall, P.A., Vincent, C.M.*, & Burhan, A.M. (2018). Non-invasive brain stimulation for food cravings, consumption, and disorders of eating: A review of methods, findings and controversies. Appetite, 124, 78-88.
Hicks, R.A., Hall, P.A., Staines, W.R., & McIlroy, W.E. (2018). Frontal alpha asymmetry and aerobic exercise: are changes due to cardiovascular demand or bilateral rhythmic movement? Biological Psychology, 92, 9-16.
Du, B., Bigelow, P., Wells, R., Davies, H., Hall, P.A., & Johnson, P. (2018). The impact of different seats and whole-body vibration exposures on truck driver vigilance and discomfort. Ergonomics, 61, 528-53
Hall, P.A., Lowe, C.J.*, & Fong, G.T. (2018). Affective dynamics in temporal self-regulation theory: Social forces meet neurobiological processes. In D. Williams, M. Conner, & R. Rhodes, Affective determinants of health behavior (pp.115-131). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Lowe, C.J.* & Hall, P.A. (2018). Reproducibility and sources of inter-individual variability in the responsiveness to prefrontal continuous theta burst stimulation (cTBS). Neuroscience Letters, 687, 280-284.
Hall, P.A., Lowe, C.J.*, & Vincent, C.M.* (2017). Brain stimulation effects on food cravings and consumption: An update on Lowe et al. (2017) and a response to Generoso et al. (2017). Psychosomatic Medicine, 79, 839-842.
Best, J.R.*, Chiu, B.K., Hall, P.A., & Liu-Ambrose, T. (2017). Larger lateral prefrontal cortex volume predicts better exercise adherence among older women: Evidence from two exercise training studies. Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 72, 804-810.
Lowe, C. J.*, Staines, W. R., & Hall, P. A. (2017). Effects of moderate exercise on cortical resilience: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study targeting the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. Psychosomatic medicine, 79(2), 143-152.
Vincent, C.M.*, Hall, P.A., Ebsary, S., Hannay, S., Hayes-Cardinal, L., Husein, N. (2016). Knowledge confidence and desire for further diabetes-management education among nurses and personal support workers in long-term care. Canadian Journal of Diabetes, 40, 226-233.
Hall, P.A., Husein, N., & Vincent, C.M.* (2016). Mental health needs of patients living with diabetes in the long-term care context: A comment on Sears and Schmidt. Canadian Journal of Diabetes, 40, 490–491.
Hall, P.A., Tran, B.*, Lowe, C.J.*, Vincent, C.M.*, Mourtzakis, M., Liu-Ambrose, T., Prapavessis, H., & Gidron, Y. (2015). Expression of executive control in situational context: Effects of facilitating versus restraining cues on snack consumption. Health Psychology, 34, 539-546.
Hall, P.A., & Fong, G.T. (2015). Temporal self-regulation theory: a neurobiologically informed model for physical activity behavior. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9:117. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00117.