專任教授

馬杰仁

特聘教授

neil.muggleton@gmail.com
研究室: 中央大學科五館 604
Tel: (03) 4227151 # 65211 / 65220
Fax: (03) 4263502
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Current position(s)

Jan 2015 - present         
Distinguished Professor
Brain and Behaviour Group, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, National Central University, Jhongli, Taiwan.

July 2013 – Present       
Visiting Research Fellow
Department of Psychology, Goldsmiths, London.

August 2011 - Present    
Visiting Researcher
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London.

Previous positions

February 2012 – Dec 2014    
Professor
Brain and Behaviour Group, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, National Central University, Jhongli, Taiwan.

August 2011– February 2012
Research Fellow
National Science Council, Taiwan.

April 2004 – 2011                  
Senior Research Fellow
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience/ Department of Psychology, UCL, London.

Sept 2001 – April 2004          
Post-doctoral research assistant
Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, OX1 3UD.

Aug 1995 – Sept 1998           
Graduate Scientist
Biomedical Sciences Dept., Dstl Porton Down, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4 0JQ.

Education

Sept 1998 – Aug 2001            
PhD
Psychopharmacology Unit, University of Bristol, Bristol BS8 1TD.

May 1999                                 
MA, Natural Sciences
Churchill College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, CB3 0DS.

Oct 1992 – June 1995            
BA (Hons), Natural Sciences
Churchill College, University of
 Cambridge, Cambridge, CB3 0DS.

Research areas

Visual target detection and identification.
3D vision.
Eye movements.
Inhibitory control.
Numerical cognition.
Probabilistic behavior.
Synaesthesia.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation and direct current stimulation.

  1. Nguyen TV, Hsu CY, Jaiswal S, Muggleton NG, Liang WK, Juan CH. (2021). To Go or Not to Go: Degrees of Dynamic Inhibitory Control Revealed by the Function of Grip Force and Early Electrophysiological Indices. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 15:614978. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2021.614978. eCollection 2021 (SCI, IF: 2.673).
  2. Chen C-Y, Muggleton NG. (2020). Electrophysiological investigation of the effects of Tai Chi on inhibitory control in older individuals. Progress in Brain Research, 253 229-242 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.174).
  3. Yao Z-F, Sligte IG, Moreau D, Hsieh S, Yang C-T, Ridderinkhof KR, Muggleton NG, Wang C-H. (2020) The brains of elite soccer players are subject to experience-dependent alterations in white matter connectivity. Cortex, 132 79-91 (SCI, IF: 4.009).
  4. Zhou Y, Chen C-T, Muggleton NG. (2020). The effects of visual training on sports skill in volleyball players. Progress in Brain Research, 253 201-228 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.174).
  5. Jaiswal S, Tsai S-Y, Juan C-H, Liang W-K, Muggleton NG. (2020). Exploring the impact of a brief mindfulness induction on motor inhibitory control. Experimental Results, 1, e24, 1-8. doi:10.1017/exp.2020.29 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: n/a).
  6. Nguyen KT, Liang WK, Muggleton NG, Huang NE, Juan CH. (2019). Human visual steady-state responses to amplitude-modulated flicker: Latency measurement. J Vis. 2019 Dec 2;19(14):14. doi: 10.1167/19.14.14 (SCI, IF: 2.089).
  7. Nguyen KT, Liang WK, Lee V, Chang WS, Muggleton NG, Yeh JR, Huang NE, Juan CH. (2019). Unravelling nonlinear electrophysiologic processes in the human visual system with full dimension spectral analysis. Sci Rep. 2019 Nov 15;9(1):16919. doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-53286-z (SCI, IF: 4.011).
  8. Jaiswal S, Tsai SY, Juan CH, Muggleton NG, Liang WK. (2019). Low delta and high alpha power are associated with better conflict control and working memory in high mindfulness, low anxiety individuals. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci. 2019 Aug 7;14(6):645-655. doi: 10.1093/scan/nsz038 (SCI, IF: 3.662).
  9. Tsai SY, Jaiswal S, Chang CF, Liang WK, Muggleton NG, Juan CH. (2018). Meditation Effects on the Control of Involuntary Contingent Reorienting Revealed With Electroencephalographic and Behavioral Evidence. Front Integr Neurosci. 2018 May 15;12:17. doi: 10.3389/fnint.2018.00017. eCollection 2018.
  10. Jaiswal S, Tsai SY, Juan CH, Liang WK, Muggleton NG. (2018) Better Cognitive Performance Is Associated With the Combination of High Trait Mindfulness and Low Trait Anxiety. Front Psychol. 2018 May 3;9:627. doi: 10.3389/
  11. Wang C-H, Yang C-T, Moreau D, Muggleton NG. (2017). Motor expertise modulates neural oscillations and temporal dynamics of cognitive control. Neuroimage, pii: S1053-8119 (17) 30577-3 (SCI, IF: 5.835).fpsyg.2018.00627. eCollection 2018 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.129).
  12. Chiu CN, Chen CY, Muggleton NG. (2017). Sport, time pressure, and cognitive performance. Progress in Brain Research, 234 85-99 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.174).
  13. Mahayana IT, Gani TT, Muggleton NG. (2017). The potential application of transcranial magnetic stimulation in ophthalmology: a brief perspective. Annals of Research Hospitals.
  14. Tsai Y-C, Lu H-J, Chang C-F, Liang W-K, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H. (2017).  Electrophysiological and behavioral evidence reveals the effects of trait anxiety on contingent attentional capture. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, doi: 10.3758/s13415-017-0526-8 (SCI, IF: 3.263).
  15. Chiau H-Y, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H. (2017). Exploring the contributions of the supplementary eye field to subliminal inhibition using double-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation. Human Brain Mapping, 38(1) 339-351 (SCI, IF: 4.962).
  16. Lee HW, Lu M-S, Chen C-Y, Muggleton NG, Hsu T-Y, Juan C-H. (2016). Roles of the pre-SMA and rIFG in conditional stopping revealed by transcranial magnetic stimulation. Behavioural Brain Research, 296:459-467 (SCI, IF: 3.391).
  17. Yu J, Tseng P, Muggleton NG, Juan CH. (2015). Being watched by others eliminates the effect of emotional arousal on inhibitory control. Frontiers in Psychology, 6: 4 (SCI, IF: 3.6).
  18. Wang C-H, Tsai C-L, Tu K-C, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H, Liang W-K. (2015). Modulation of brain oscillations during fundamental visuo-spatial processing: A comparison between female collegiate badminton players and sedentary controls. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 16, 121-129 (SCI, IF: 1.768).
  19. Chen C-Y, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H. (2015) Attentional biases to emotion in impulsive and instrumental violent offenders: an event-related potential study. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology. 26(2) 1-22 (SCI, IF: 0.884).
  20. Wang CH, Liang WK, Tseng P, Muggleton N, Juan CH, Tsai CL. (2014). The relationship between aerobic fitness and neural oscillations during visuo-spatial attention in young adults. Experimental Brain Research, 233(4):1069-78 (SCI, IF: 2.168).
  21. Chen N-F, Juan C-H, Muggleton NG, Hung DL, Tzeng OJ-L, Cheng SK. (2014). Recognition memory performance is modulated by transcranial direct current stimulation over the left posterior parietal cortex. Journal of Neuroscience and Neuroengineering. 3(2):92-100.
  22. Schaal NK, Williamson VJ, Kelly M, Muggleton NG, Pollok B, Krause V, Banissy MJ (2014). A causal involvement of the left supramarginal gyrus during the retention of musical pitches. Cortex, 64, 310-317 (SCI, IF: 6.042).
  23. Wang C-H, Tsai C-L, Tseng P, Yang AC, Lo M-T, Peng C-K, Wang H-Y, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H, Liang W-K. (2014). The association of physical activity to neural adaptability during visuo-spatial processing in healthy elderly adults: A multiscale entropy analysis. Brain and Cognition, 92, 73-83 (SCI, IF: 2.683).
  24. Tseng L-Y, Tseng P, Liang, W-K, Hung DL, Tzeng O, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H. (2014) The role the superior temporal sulcus in the control of irrelevant emotional face processing: a transcranial direct current stimulation study. Neuropsychologia, 64: 124-133 (SCI, IF: 3.48).
  25. Mahayana IT, Hartono, Tcheang L, Chen C-Y, Juan C-H, Muggleton NG. (2014) Posterior parietal cortex and visuospatial control in near and far space. Translational Neuroscience, 5(4), 269-274 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 0.716).
  26. Mahayana IT, Tcheang L, Chen C-Y, Juan C-H, Muggleton NG. (2014) The precuneus and visuospatial attention in near and far space: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study. Brain Stimulation, 7(5), 673-679 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 5.432).
  27. Chen C-Y, Muggleton NG, Chang J-R. (2014) Inefficiency of post-error adjustment in impulsive violent offenders. NeuroReport, 25(13): 1024-1029 (SCI, IF: 1.40).
  28. Ruge D, Muggleton N, Carroni A, Rothwell JC. (2014) An unavoidable modulation? Sensory attention and human primary motor cortex excitability. European Journal of Neuroscience, 40(5): 2850-2588 (SCI, IF: 3.75).
  29. Muggleton NG, Banissy MJ. (2014) Culture and Cognition. Cognitive Neuroscience, 5(1): 1-2 (SCI, IF: 2.19).
  30. Mahayana IT, Banissy M, Chen C-Y, Walsh V, Juan C-H, Muggleton NG. (2014) Motor empathy is a consequence of misattribution of sensory information in observers. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8: 47 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.91).
  31. Mahayana IT, Sari DCR, Chen C-Y, Juan C-H, Muggleton NG. (2014) The potential of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for population based application: a region based illustrated brief overview. The International Journal of Neuroscience, 124(10): 717-23 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 1.216).
  32. Mahayana IT, Liu C-L, Chang CF, Hung DL, Tzeng OJL, Juan C-H, Muggleton NG. (2014) Far space neglect in conjunction but not feature search following transcranial magnetic stimulation over right posterior parietal cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology, 111(4): 705-714 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.30).
  33. Lévêque Y, Muggleton N, Stewart L, Schön D. (2013) Involvement of the larynx motor area in singing-voice perception: a TMS study. Frontiers in Psychology, 4: 418 (SCI, IF: 3.6).
  34. Ditye T, Kanai R, Bahrami B, Muggleton NG, Rees G, Walsh V. (2013) Rapid changes in brain structure predict improvements induced by perceptual learning. Neuroimage, 81: 205-212 (SCI, IF: 6.25).
  35. Banissy MJ, Tester V, Muggleton NG, Janik AB, Davenport A, Franklin A, Walsh V, Ward J. (2013) Synesthesia for color is linked to improved color perception, but reduced motion perception. Psychological Science, 24(12): 2390-2397 (SCI, IF: 4.431)
  36. Tcheang L, Muggleton N, Walsh V. (2013) Digit Ratio Predicts Spatial Memory Performance in Women. Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science, 3(3): 296-305 (SCI, IF: -).
  37. Banissy MJ, Muggleton NG. (2013) Transcranial direct current stimulation in sports training: potential approaches. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7: 129 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.91).
  38. Wang C-H, Chang C-C, Liang Y-M, Shih C-M, Chiu W-S, Tseng P, Hung DL, Tzeng OJL, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H. (2013) Open vs. closed skill sports and the modulation of inhibitory control. PLoS One, 8(2): e55773 (SCI, IF: 3.73).
  39. Wang C-H, Chang C-C, Liang Y-M, Shih C-M, Chiu W-S, Tseng P, Hung DL, Tzeng OJL, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H. (2013). Temporal Preparation in Athletes: A Comparison of Tennis Players and Swimmers with Sedentary Controls. Journal of Motor Behavior, 45(1): 55-63 (SCI, IF: 1.04).
  40. Muggleton NG, Tsakanikos E. (2013). The use of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in the investigation of synaesthesia. The Oxford Handbook of Synaesthesia, Oxford University Press (Corresponding Author).
  41. Argyropoulos GP, Muggleton NG (2013). Effects of cerebellar stimulation on processing semantic associations. The Cerebellum, 12(1): 83-96 (SCI, IF: 2.60).
  42. Banissy M, Muggleton NG. (2012) Beyond inhibition: Exploiting the potential of state-dependency in cognitive and therapeutic TMS studies. In: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: Methods, Clinical Uses and Effects on the Brain, In Press (Corresponding Author, SCI, IF: -).
  43. Cameron D, Stewart L, Pearce M, Grube M, Muggleton N. (2012) Modulation of motor cortex excitability by metricality of tone sequences. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind and Brain, 22: 122-128 (SCI, IF: -).
  44. Tseng P, Hsu T-Y, Chang C-F, Tzeng OJL, Hung D, Walsh V, Muggleton N, Cheng S-K, Juan C-H (2012) Unleashing potential: tDCS over the right posterior parietal cortex improves visual working memory in low-performing individuals. Journal of Neuroscience, 32(31): 10554-10561 (SCI, IF: 6.91).
  45. Muggleton NG, Walsh V (2012). Smaller magnets for smarter minds? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 16(9): 452-453 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 16.01).
  46. Yu J, Hung DL, Tseng P, Tzeng OJL, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H. (2012) Sex differences in how erotic and painful stimuli impair inhibitory control. Cognition, 124(2): 251-255 (SCI, IF: 4.323).
  47. Kanai R, Muggleton NG, Walsh V. (2012) Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) of the frontal eye fields during pro- and antisaccade tasks. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 3:45 (SCI, IF: -).
  48. Juan C-H, Muggleton NG. (2012) Brain stimulation and inhibitory control. Brain Stimulation, 5(2): 63-69 (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 5.432).
  49. Banissy MJ, Walsh V, Muggleton NG. (2012) A disruption of colour priming following continuous theta burst transcranial magnetic stimulation. Cortex, 48(10):1359-1361 (SCI, IF: 6.16).
  50. van Kemenade B, Muggleton N, Walsh V, Saygin AP. (2012). Effects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation over Premotor and Superior Temporal Cortex on Biological Motion Perception. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24(4): 896-904. (SCI, IF: 4.49).
  51. Banissy MJ, Cassell J, Fitzpatrick S, Ward J, Walsh VZ, Muggleton NG. (2012). Increased positive and disorganised schizotypy in synaesthetes who experience colour from letters and tones. Cortex, 48(8): 1085-1087. (SCI, IF: 7.251).
  52. Taylor P, Muggleton N, Kalla R, Walsh V, Eimer M. (2011). TMS of the right angular gyrus modulates priming of pop-out in visual search: combined TMS-ERP evidence. Journal of Neurophysiology, 106(6): 3001-3009. (SCI, IF: 3.114).
  53. Banissy MJ, Stewart L, Muggleton N, Griffiths T, Walsh VY, Ward J, Kanai R. (2011). Grapheme-color and tone-color synesthesia is associated with structural brain changes in visual regions implicated in color, form, and motion. Cognitive Neuroscience, 3(1):29-35. (SCI, IF: 2.19).
  54. Kalla R, Muggleton N, Spiegel R, Bueti D, Claassen J, Walsh V, Bronstein A. (2011) Adaptive motion processing in bilateral vestibular failure. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 82(11): 121201216. (SCI, IF: 4.869)
  55. Chiau H-Y, Tseng P, Su J-H, Tzeng OJL, Hung DL, Muggleton NG, Juan CH. Trial type probability modulates the cost of antisaccades. (2011). Journal of Neurophysiology, 106(2): 515-526. (SCI, IF: 3.483).
  56. Banissy MJ, Walsh VZ, Muggleton NG. (2011) Mirror-touch synaesthesia: A case of faulty self-modelling and insula abnormality. Cognitive Neuroscience, 2(2): 114-115. (SCI, IF: 2.19).
  57. Muggleton NG, Kalla R, Juan C-H, Walsh V. (2011) Dissociating the contributions of human frontal eye fields and posterior parietal cortex to visual search. Journal of Neurophysiology, 105(6):2891-6. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.483).
  58. Hsu T-Y, Tseng L-Y, Yu J-X, Hung DL, Tzeng OJL, Walsh V, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H. (2011). Modulating inhibitory control with direct current stimulation of the superior medial frontal cortex. Neuroimage, 56(4): 2249-2257. (SCI, IF: 5.739).
  59. Muggleton NG, Banissy MJ, Walsh VZ. (2011) Cognitive Neuroscience: Feedback for Natural Visual Stimuli. Current Biology, 21(8):R282-3. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 10.992)
  60. Chao C-M, Tseng P, Hsu T-Y, Su J-H, Tzeng O, Hung D, Muggleton N, Juan C-H. (2011) Predictability of saccadic behaviors is modified by transcranial magnetic stimulation over human posterior parietal cortex. Human Brain Mapping, 32(11); 1961-1972. (SCI, IF: 6.256)
  61. Liu C-L, Tseng P, Chiau H-Y, Liang W-K, Hung DL, Tzeng OJL, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H. (2011) The location probability effects of saccade reaction times are modulated in the Frontal Eye Fields but not in the Supplementary Eye Field. Cerebral Cortex, 21(6): 1416-1425. (SCI, IF: 6.979)
  62. Muggleton NG, Chen CY, Tzeng O, Hung D, Juan CH. (2010) Inhibitory control and the frontal eye fields. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22(12): 2804-12. (SCI, IF: 5.382)
  63. Cohen Kadosh R, Muggleton N, Silvanto J, Walsh V. (2010) Double dissociation of format-dependent and number-specific neurons in human parietal cortex. Cerebral Cortex. 20(9): 2166-71. (SCI, IF: 6.979)
  64. Tseng P, Hsu T-Y, Muggleton NG, Tzeng OJ, Hung DL, Juan C-H. (2010) Posterior parietal cortex mediates encoding and maintenance processes in change blindness. Neuropsychologia. 48(4): 1063-1070. (SCI, IF: 4.345)
  65. Muggleton NG, Juan CH, Cowey A, Walsh V, O’Breathnach U. (2010) Human frontal eye fields and target switching. Cortex. 46(8) 178-184. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 7.251)
  66. Liu CL, Chiau HY, Tseng P, Hung DL, Tzeng OJ, Muggleton NG, Juan CH. (2010) The antisaccade cost is modulated by contextual experience of location probability. Journal of Neurophysiology, 103(3) 1438-1447. (SCI, IF: 3.483)
  67. Kalla R, Muggleton NG*, Cowey A, Walsh V. (2009) Human dorsolateral prefrontal cortex is involved in visual search for conjunctions but not features: a theta TMS study. Cortex. 45(9) 1085-90. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 7.251)
  68. Cappelletti M, Muggleton N*, Walsh V. (2009) Quantity without numbers and numbers without quantity in the parietal lobe. Neuroimage. 46(2) 522-529. (SCI, IF: 5.739)
  69. Chen CY, Muggleton NG, Tzeng OJ, Hung DL, Juan CH. (2009) Control of prepotent responses by the superior medial frontal cortex. Neuroimage, 44(2) 537-45. (SCI, IF: 5.739)
  70. Silvanto J, Muggleton N, Lavie N, Walsh V. (2009) The perceptual and functional consequences of parietal top-down modulation on the visual cortex, Cerebral Cortex, 19(2):327-30. (SCI, IF: 6.979)
  71. Nuding U, Kalla R, Muggleton NG, Büttner U, Walsh V, Glasauer S. (2009) TMS evidence for smooth pursuit gain control by the frontal eye fields. Cerebral Cortex, 19(5) 1144-1150. (SCI, IF: 6.979)
  72. Muggleton N, Lamb R, Walsh V, Lavie N. (2008) Perceptual load modulates visual cortex excitability to magnetic stimulation. Journal of Neurophysiology, 100(1) 516-519. (SCI, IF: 3.483)
  73. Silvanto J, Muggleton N*, Walsh V. (2008) State-dependency in brain stimulation studies of perception and cognition.Trends in Cognitive Science, 12(12) 447-454. (SCI, IF: 11.664)
  74. Kanai R, Muggleton NG, Walsh V. (2008) TMS over the intraparietal sulcus induces perceptual fading. Journal of Neurophysiology, 100(6) 3343-3350. (SCI, IF: 3.483)
  75. Muggleton NG, Cowey A, Walsh V. (2008) The role of the angular gyrus in visual conjunction search investigated using signal detection analysis and transcranial magnetic stimulation. Neuropsychologia, 46(8), 2198-2202. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 4.345)
  76. Kalla R, Muggleton NG*, Juan CH, Cowey A, Walsh V. (2008) The timing of the involvement of the frontal eye fields and posterior parietal cortex in visual search. Neuroreport, 19(10) 1067-1071. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 1.805)
  77. Silvanto J, Muggleton NG*. (2008) Testing the validity of the TMS state-dependency approach: Targeting functionally distinct motion-selective neural populations in visual areas V1/V2 and V5/MT+. NeuroImage, 40(4) 1841-1848. (SCI, IF: 5.739)
  78. Juan C-H, Muggleton NG*, Tzeng OJL, Hung DL, Cowey A, Walsh V. (2008) Segregation of visual selection and saccades in human frontal eye fields. Cerebral Cortex. 18(10) 2410-2415. (SCI, IF: 6.979)
  79. Chen C-Y, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H, Tzeng O, Hung D. (2008) Time pressure leads to inhibitory control deficits in impulsive violent offenders. Behavioural Brain Research, 187(2) 483-488. (SCI, IF: 3.220)
  80. Silvanto J, Muggleton NG*. (2008) A novel approach for enhancing the functional specificity of TMS: revealing the properties of distinct neural populations within the stimulated region. Clinical Neurophysiology. 119(3) 724-726. (SCI, IF: 3.122)
  81. Silvanto J, Muggleton NG. (2008) New light through old windows: moving beyond the "virtual lesion" approach to transcranial magnetic stimulation. Neuroimage, 39(2) (2008) 549-552. (SCI, IF: 5.739)
  82. Silvanto J, Muggleton NG*, Cowey A, Walsh V. (2007) Neural activation state determines behavioral susceptibility to modified theta burst transcranial magnetic stimulation. European Journal of Neuroscience, 26(2) 523-528. (SCI, IF: 3.418)
  83. Silvanto J, Muggleton NG*, Cowey A, Walsh V. (2007) Neural adaptation reveals state-dependent effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation. European Journal of Neuroscience, 25(6) 1874-1881. (SCI, IF: 3.418)
  84. Muggleton N, Tsakanikos E, Walsh V, Ward J. (2007) Disruption of synaesthesia following TMS of the right posterior parietal cortex. Neuropsychologia, 45(7) 1582-1585. (SCI, IF: 4.345)
  85. O’Shea J, Muggleton NG, Cowey A, Walsh V. (2007) Human Frontal Eye Fields and Spatial Priming of Pop-Out. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19(7) 1140-1151. (SCI, IF: 5.382)
  86. O’Shea J, Muggleton NG*, Cowey A, WalshV. (2006) On the roles of the human parietal cortex and frontal eye fields in visual search.  Visual Cognition, 14(4-8) 934-957. (SCI, IF: 1.484)
  87. Beck DM, Muggleton N, Walsh V, Lavie N. (2006) Right parietal cortex plays a critical role in change blindness. Cerebral Cortex, 16(5) 712-717. (SCI, IF: 6.979)
  88. Muggleton NG, Postma P, Moutsopoulou K, Nimmo-Smith I, Marcel A, Walsh V. (2006). TMS over right posterior parietal cortex induces neglect in a scene-based frame of reference. Neuropsychologia, 44(7) 1222-1229. (SCI, IF: 4.345)
  89. O’Shea J, Muggleton NG, Cowey A, Walsh V. (2005) Visual Selection in Human Frontal Eye Fields. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3704, 195-204. (SCI, IF: 0.402)
  90. Muggleton NG, Smith AJ, Scott EAM, Wilson SJ, Pearce PC.  (2005) A long term study of the effects of diazinon on sleep, the electrocorticogram and cognitive behaviour in common marmosets. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 19(5) 455-466. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.178)
  91. O’Shea J, Muggleton NG, Cowey A, Walsh V. (2004) Timing of target discrimination in human frontal eye fields.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16(6) 1060-1067. (SCI, IF: 5.382)
  92. De Ridder D, de Mulder G, Walsh V, Sunaert S, Muggleton N, Moller A.  (2004) Treatment of tinnitus: magnetic and electrical auditory cortex stimulation.  The Journal of Neurosurgery, 100(3) 560-564. (SCI, IF: 2.517)
  93. Scott L, Pearce P, Fairhall S, Muggleton N, Smith J.  (2003) Training non-human primates to co-operate with scientific procedures in applied biomedical research. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare and Science, 6(3), 199-207.
  94. Muggleton NG, Juan C-H, Cowey A, Walsh V. (2003) Human frontal eye fields and visual search.  Journal of Neurophysiology, 89 (6), 3340-3343. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.483)
  95. Muggleton NG, Bowditch AP, Crofts HS, Scott EAM, Pearce PC. (2003) Assessment of a combination of physostigmine and scopolamine as pretreatment against the behavioural effects of organophosphates in the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus).  Psychopharmacology, 166(3), 212-220. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.420)
  96. Crofts HS, Muggleton NG, Wilson S, Pearce PC, Scott EAM. (2001) Investigation of the sleep electrocorticogram of the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus) using radiotelemetry. Clinical Neurophysiology 112, 2265-2273. (SCI, IF: 1.922)
  97. Pearce PC, Crofts HS, Muggleton NG, Ridout D, Scott EAM. (1999) The effects of acutely administered low dose sarin on cognitive behaviour and the electroencephalogram in the common marmoset. Journal of Psychopharmacology 13(2) 121-128. (SCI, IF: 2.827)
  98. Crofts HS, Muggleton NG, Bowditch AP, Pearce PC, Nutt DJ, Scott EAM. (1999) Home cage presentation of complex discrimination tasks to marmosets and rhesus monkeys. Laboratory Animals 33(3) 207-214. (SCI, IF: 1.170)
  99. Pearce PC, Crofts HS, Muggleton NG, Scott EAM. (1998) Concurrent monitoring of EEG and performance in the common marmoset: A methodological approach. Physiology and Behavior. 68(4) 591-599. (SCI, IF: 3.295)
  100. Pearce PC, Crofts HS, Muggleton NG, Scott EAM.  (1998) The effects of acutely administered low dose sarin on behaviour and the electroencephalogram in the common marmoset. Proceedings of the 1998 Medical Defense Bioscience Review.
  101. Pearce PC, Crofts HS, Muggleton NG, and Scott L. (1996) Long term monitoring of brain electrical activity, cognitive performance and sleep in non-human primatesProceedings of the 1996 Medical Defense Bioscience Review Vol 1 529-538.

Awards

2015/01 2020/12     Distinguished Professorship, National Central University.
2012/08 2015/07     Outstanding New-hired Research and Tutor Award, National Central University.