Christopher James
Christopher James
Professor of Biomedical Engineering, University of Warwick
Verified email at warwick.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Default-mode brain dysfunction in mental disorders: a systematic review
SJ Broyd, C Demanuele, S Debener, SK Helps, CJ James, ...
Neuroscience & biobehavioral reviews 33 (3), 279-296, 2009
13722009
Independent component analysis for biomedical signals
CJ James, CW Hesse
Physiological measurement 26 (1), R15, 2004
4592004
Different origin of auditory and phonological processing problems in children with language impairment: Evidence from a twin study
DVM Bishop, SJ Bishop, P Bright, C James, T Delaney, P Tallal
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 42 (1), 155-168, 1999
4061999
Temporally constrained ICA: an application to artifact rejection in electromagnetic brain signal analysis
CJ James, OJ Gibson
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 50 (9), 1108-1116, 2003
2802003
Source separation using single channel ICA
ME Davies, CJ James
Signal Processing 87 (8), 1819-1832, 2007
2772007
Grammatical SLI: A distinct subtype of developmental language impairment?
DVM Bishop, P Bright, C James, SJ Bishop, HKJ Van der Lely
Applied Psycholinguistics 21 (2), 159-181, 2000
1742000
Employing spatially constrained ICA and wavelet denoising, for automatic removal of artifacts from multichannel EEG data
MT Akhtar, W Mitsuhashi, CJ James
Signal processing 92 (2), 401-416, 2012
1422012
Isolation of epileptiform discharges from unaveraged EEG by independent component analysis
K Kobayashi, CJ James, T Nakahori, T Akiyama, J Gotman
Clinical neurophysiology 110 (10), 1755-1763, 1999
1161999
Extracting multisource brain activity from a single electromagnetic channel
CJ James, D Lowe
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 28 (1), 89-104, 2003
982003
Detection of epileptiform discharges in the EEG by a hybrid system comprising mimetic, self-organized artificial neural network, and fuzzy logic stages
CJ James, RD Jones, PJ Bones, GJ Carroll
Clinical Neurophysiology 110 (12), 2049-2063, 1999
931999
Altered spontaneous low frequency brain activity in attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder
SK Helps, SJ Broyd, CJ James, A Karl, W Chen, EJS Sonuga-Barke
Brain research 1322, 134-143, 2010
882010
The FastICA algorithm with spatial constraints
CW Hesse, CJ James
IEEE signal processing letters 12 (11), 792-795, 2005
752005
On semi-blind source separation using spatial constraints with applications in EEG analysis
CW Hesse, CJ James
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 53 (12), 2525-2534, 2006
742006
Very low frequency EEG oscillations and the resting brain in young adults: a preliminary study of localisation, stability and association with symptoms of inattention
S Helps, C James, S Debener, A Karl, EJS Sonuga-Barke
Journal of Neural transmission 115 (2), 279-285, 2008
662008
Multireference adaptive noise canceling applied to the EEG
CJ James, MT Hagan, RD Jones, PJ Bones, GJ Carroll
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 44 (8), 775-779, 1997
501997
Distinguishing low frequency oscillations within the 1/f spectral behaviour of electromagnetic brain signals
C Demanuele, CJ James, EJS Sonuga-Barke
Behavioral and Brain Functions 3 (1), 62, 2007
462007
Sudden infant death syndrome: bed sharing with mothers who smoke
C James, H Klenka, D Manning
Archives of disease in childhood 88 (2), 112-113, 2003
452003
Reliability of cone beam computed tomography in scalar localization of the electrode array: a radio histological study
M Marx, F Risi, B Escudé, I Durmo, C James, F Lauwers, O Deguine, ...
European Archives of Oto-rhino-laryngology 271 (4), 673-679, 2014
432014
The concurrent validity of the Minnesota Child Development Inventory as a measure of young children's language development
JB Tomblin, CM Shonrock, JC Hardy
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders 54 (1), 101-105, 1989
411989
Phase-independent rhythmic analysis of genome-wide expression patterns
CJ Langmead, AK Yan, CR McClung, BR Donald
Journal of computational biology 10 (3-4), 521-536, 2003
402003
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