mark moss
mark moss
Head of Department of Psychology, Northumbria University
Verified email at unn.ac.uk
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Aromas of rosemary and lavender essential oils differentially affect cognition and mood in healthy adults
M Moss, J Cook, K Wesnes, P Duckett
International Journal of Neuroscience 113 (1), 15-38, 2003
5832003
Modulation of cognitive performance and mood by aromas of peppermint and ylang-ylang
M Moss, S Hewitt, L Moss, K Wesnes
International Journal of Neuroscience 118 (1), 59-77, 2008
2302008
Cognitive performance, hyperoxia, and heart rate following oxygen administration in healthy young adults
AB Scholey, MC Moss, N Neave, K Wesnes
Physiology & behavior 67 (5), 783-789, 1999
2071999
With a little help from my friends: Psychological, endocrine and health corollaries of social support in parental caregivers of children with autism or ADHD
B Lovell, M Moss, MA Wetherell
Research in developmental disabilities 33 (2), 682-687, 2012
1652012
Oxygen administration selectively enhances cognitive performance in healthy young adults: a placebo-controlled double-blind crossover study
MC Moss, AB Scholey, K Wesnes
Psychopharmacology 138 (1), 27-33, 1998
1431998
The psychosocial, endocrine and immune consequences of caring for a child with autism or ADHD
B Lovell, M Moss, M Wetherell
Psychoneuroendocrinology 37 (4), 534-542, 2012
1362012
Understanding drugs and behaviour
AC Parrott, A Morinan, MC Moss, A Scholey
1362005
Plasma 1, 8-cineole correlates with cognitive performance following exposure to rosemary essential oil aroma
M Moss, L Oliver
Therapeutic advances in psychopharmacology 2 (3), 103-113, 2012
1292012
Differential effects of the aromas of Salvia species on memory and mood
L Moss, M Rouse, KA Wesnes, M Moss
Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 25 (5), 388-396, 2010
1022010
Oxygen administration enhances memory formation in healthy young adults
MC Moss, AB Scholey
Psychopharmacology 124 (3), 255-260, 1996
961996
Water ingestion improves subjective alertness, but has no effect on cognitive performance in dehydrated healthy young volunteers
N Neave, AB Scholey, JR Emmett, M Moss, DO Kennedy, KA Wesnes
Appetite 37 (3), 255-256, 2001
762001
Oxygen and cognitive performance: the temporal relationship between hyperoxia and enhanced memory
AB Scholey, MC Moss, K Wesnes
Psychopharmacology 140 (1), 123-126, 1998
711998
Brief coaching for resilience during organisational change—an exploratory study.
M Sherlock-Storey, M Moss, S Timson
The Coaching Psychologist, 2013
702013
Perceived stress, common health complaints and diurnal patterns of cortisol secretion in young, otherwise healthy individuals
B Lovell, M Moss, MA Wetherell
Hormones and behavior 60 (3), 301-305, 2011
692011
Subjective ratings of prospective memory deficits in chronic heavy alcohol users
TM Heffernan, M Moss, J Ling
Alcohol and Alcoholism 37 (3), 269-271, 2002
602002
Effects of putative male pheromones on female ratings of male attractiveness: Influence of oral contraceptives and the menstrual cycle
F Thorne, N Neave, A Scholey, M Moss, B Fink
Neuroendocrinology letters 23 (4), 291-297, 2002
552002
Cognitive properties of sedation agents: comparison of the effects of nitrous oxide and midazolam on memory and mood
JM Thompson, N Neave, MC Moss, AB Scholey, K Wesnes, NM Girdler
British Dental Journal 187 (10), 557-562, 1999
531999
Compromised arterial oxygen saturation in elderly asthma sufferers results in selective cognitive impairment
M Moss, M Franks, P Briggs, D Kennedy, A Scholey
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 27 (2), 139-150, 2005
502005
Smoking and everyday prospective memory: a comparison of self-report and objective methodologies
T Heffernan, T O’Neill, M Moss
Drug and alcohol dependence 112 (3), 234-238, 2010
462010
The psychophysiological and health corollaries of child problem behaviours in caregivers of children with autism and ADHD
B Lovell, M Moss, MA Wetherell
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 59 (2), 150-157, 2015
412015
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