Peer-Reviewed Papers

Greenberg, A., Whitten, T. A. & Dickson C. T. (2016). Stimulating forebrain communications: Slow sinusoidal electric fields over frontal cortices dynamically modulate hippocampal activity and cortico-hippocampal interplay during slow-wave states. NeuroImage. 133, 189-206.

Greenberg, A., Ward-Flanagan, R., Dickson, C. T. & Treit, D. (2014). ANI-inactivation: Unconditioned anxiolytic effects of anisomycin in the ventral hippocampus. Hippocampus, 24(11), 1308-1316.

Greenberg, A. & Dickson, C. T. (2013). Spontaneous and electrically modulated spatiotemporal dynamics of the neocortical slow oscillation and associated local fast activity. NeuroImage, 83, 782-794.

Greenberg, A., Bellana, B. & Bialystok, E. (2013). Perspective-taking ability in bilingual children: Extending advantages in executive control to spatial reasoning. Cognitive Development, 28, 41-50.


Greenberg, A., et al. (2017). New waves: Rhythmic electrical field stimulation systematically alters spontaneous slow dynamics across mouse neocortex. bioRxiv: 171926.


Electrical manipulation of cortical and hippocampal dynamics during slow-wave states

Op-ed Articles

Mind Protection: Data Privacy Legislation in the Age of Brain-Machine Interfaces, McGill Journal of Law and Health

Walking the Walk: How the Scientific Community is Embracing Open Data, NatureJobs

Remapping the Scientific Landscape: Moving from a Closed to Open Science World, NatureJobs

Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Are the Legal Algorithms Ready for the Future? McGill Journal of Law and Health

From Lab to Court: Neuroscientific Evidence and Legal Decisions in Disorders of Consciousness and Beyond, McGill Journal of Law and Health