Chaddock-Heyman, L, Erickson, KI, Kienzler, C, Drollette, ES, Raine, LB, Kao, SC, Bensken, J, Weisshappel, R, Castelli, DM, Hillman, CH, Kramer, AF. (2018). Physical activity increases white matter microstructure in children. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12: 950.
Chaddock-Heyman, L, Weng, TB, Kienzler, C, Erickson, KI, Voss, MW, Drollette, E, Raine, L, Kao, SC, Hillman, CH, Kramer, AF. (2018). Scholastic performance and functional connectivity of brain networks in children. PlosOne. 13(1): e0190073
Espeland, ME, Luchsinger, J, Neiberg, R, Carmichael, O, Laurienti, P, Pi-Sunyer, F, Wing, R, Cook, D, Horton, E, Casanova, R, Erickson, KI, Bryan, R. (2018). Long-term impact of intensive lifestyle intervention on cerebral blood flow. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 66(1): 120-126.
Esteban-Cornejo, I, Catena, A, Hillman, CH, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI, Ortega, FB. (2018). Commentary: At least eighty percent of brain grey matter is modifiable by physical activity: A review study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12: 195.
Gentry, A, Grove, G, Crisafio, M, Donahue, P, Watt, J, Erickson, KI, Bender, C. (2018). Protocol for exercise program in cancer and cognition (EPICC): a randomized controlled trial of the effects of aerobic exercise on cognitive function in postmenopausal women with breast cancer receiving aromatase inhibitor therapy. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 67: 109-115
Gujral, S, McAuley, E, Oberlin, LE, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI. (2018). Neural predictors of adherence to a 12-month randomized physical activity trial. Psychosomatic Medicine. 80: 69-77.
Hall, P, Bickel, W, Erickson, KI, Wagner, D. (2018). Neuroimaging, neuromodulation, and population health: The neuroscience of chronic disease prevention. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1428: 240-256.
Jedrziewski, MK, Meekins, D, Gorka, SA, Wollam, ME, Williams, M, Grove, G, Lwanga, C, Stillman, CM, Erickson, KI. (2018). A randomized controlled trial to test the impact of African Dance on cognitive function and risk of dementia: the REACT! Study – Anecdotal evidence on feasibility. Journal of Mental Health and Clinical Psychology, 2(1): 12-13.
Kundu, S, Kolouri, S, Erickson, KI, Kramer, AF, McAuley, E, Rohde, GK. (2018). Discovery and visualization of structural biomarkers from MRI using Transport-Based Morphometry. Neuroimage, 167: 256-75.
Myers, JS, Erickson, KI, Sereika, S, Bender, C. (2018). Exercise as an intervention to mitigate decreased cognitive function from cancer and cancer treatment. Cancer Nursing, 41: 327-343.
Peven, J, Grove, G, Jakicic, JM, Alessi, MG, Erickson, KI. (2018). Associations between short and long bouts of physical activity with cognitive function in older adults. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, 2: 137-145.
Smagula, SF, Karim, HT, Rangarajan, A, Pasquini Santos, F, Wood, SC, Santini, T, Jakicic, JM, Reynolds, CF, Cameron, J, de Vallejo, AN, Butters, MA, Rosano, C, Ibrahim, TS, Erickson, KI, Aizenstein, HJ. (2018). Association of hippocampal substructure resting-state functional connectivity with memory performance in older adults. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 26: 690-699.
Stillman, CM, Donahue, PT, Williams, MF, Callas, M, Lwanga, C, Brown, C, Wollam, ME, Jedrziewski, MK, Kang, C, Erickson, KI. (2018). Weight-loss outcomes from a pilot study of African Dance in older African Americans. Obesity, 26: 1893-97.
Stillman, CM, Erickson, KI. (2018). Physical activity as a model for health neuroscience. Annals of the New York Academy of Science. 1428: 103-111.
Stillman, CM, Uyar, F, Huang, H, Grove, GA, Watt, JC, Wollam, ME, Erickson, KI. (2018). Cardiorespiratory fitness is associated with enhanced hippocampal functional connectivity in healthy young adults. Hippocampus. 00:1–9.
Wilckens, KA, Erickson, KI, Wheeler, ME. (2018). Physical activity and cognition: a mediating role of efficient sleep. Behavioral Sleep Medicine. 16: 569-86.
Wilckens, KA, Tudorascu, D, Snitz, BE, Price, J, Aizenstein, HJ, Lopez, O, Erickson, KI, Lopresti, B, Laymon, C, Minhas, D, Mathis, C, Buysse, DJ, Klunk, W, Cohen, A. (2018). Sleep moderates the relationship between amyloid beta and memory recall.Neurobiology of Aging. 71: 142-148.