Chen, FT, Erickson, KI, Huang, H, Chang, YK. (in press). The association between exercise type and white matter integrity in older adults: a diffusion tensor imaging study. Psychophysiology.
Donofry, S. D., Jakicic, J. M., Rogers, R. J., Watt, J. C., Roecklein, K. A., & Erickson, K. I. (in press). Comparison of Food Cue-Evoked and Resting State Connectivity in Obesity. Psychosomatic Medicine.
Donofry, SD, Stillman, CM, Erickson, KI. (in press). A review of the relationship between eating behavior, obesity, and functional brain network organization. Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience.
Galloway, M, Marsden, DL, Callister, R, Erickson, KI, Nilsson, M, English, C. (in press). Telehealth delivery of exercise aimed at improving cardiorespiratory fitness is feasible for community-dwelling people after stroke. International Journal of Telerehabilitation.
Leckie, RL, Lehman, DE, Gianaros, PJ, Erickson, KI, Sereika, SM, Kuan, DCH, Manuck, SB, Ryan, CM, Yao, JK, Muldoon, MF. (in press). The effects of omega-3 fatty acids on neuropsychological functioning and brain morphology in mid-life adults: a randomized clinical trial. Psychological Medicine.
Powell, KE, King, AC, Buchner, D, Campbell, W, DiPietro, L, Erickson, KI, Hillman, CH, Jakicic, JM, Janz, KF, Katzmarzyk, PT, Kraus, WE, Macko, RF, Marquez, DX, McTiernan, A, Pate, RR, Pescatello, LS, Whitt-Glover, MC. (in press). The scientific foundation for the 2018 physical activity guidelines for Americans, 2nd Edition. Journal of Physical Activity and Health.
Solis-Urra, P, Estaban-Cornejo, I, Cadenas-Sanchez, C, Rodriguez-Ayllon, M, Mora-Gonzalez, J, Migueles, JH, Labayen, I, Verdejo-Roman, J, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI, Hillman, CH, Catena, A, Ortega, FB. (in press). Early life factors, gray matter brain volume and academic performance in overweight/obese children: The ActiveBrains Project. Neuroimage.
Ten Brinke, LF, Best, JR, Chan, JLC, Ghag, C, Erickson, KI, Handy, TC, Liu-Ambrose, T. (in press). Computerized cognitive training, memory, and executive functions in older adults: an 8-week randomized controlled trial. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences.