Semyon Slobounov

Professor of Kinesiology and Neurosurgery

Semyon Slobounov

Research Summary

Psychophysiology of human movement.

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Athletes Football Virtual Reality Brain Biomarkers Sports Electroencephalography Wounds And Injuries Serum Magnetic Resonance Imaging Healthy Volunteers Metabolomics Head Neuroimaging Micrornas Acceleration Reaction Time Craniocerebral Trauma Observational Studies Brain Injuries Reality Testing Functional Neuroimaging Saccades Clinical Studies Time

Most Recent Publications

Semyon Slobounov, Cerebral Cortex, Communication, online

Application of Virtual Reality in Assessment and Treatment of Concussion

Semyon Slobounov, on p. 15

Changes in White Matter Tracts of the Cervical Spinal Cord After a Single Season of Collegiate Football

Semyon Slobounov,

Intergraing multi-omins with neuroimaging and behavior: A preliminary model of dysfunction in football athletes

semyon slobounov, Neuroimage: Reports on p. 15

Nicole L. Vike, Sumra Bari, Khrystyna Stetsiv, Thomas M. Talavage, Eric A. Nauman, Linda Papa, Semyon Slobounov, Hans C. Breiter, Marilyn C. Cornelis, 2022, Scientific Reports

Effect of Player Position on Serum Biomarkers during Participation in a Season of Collegiate Football

Linda Papa, Alexa E. Walter, James R. Wilkes, Hunter S. Clonts, Brian Johnson, Semyon M. Slobounov, 2022, Central Nervous System Trauma on p. 1339-1348

Reaction Time Task Performance in Concussed Athletes over a 30-Day Period: An Observational Study

J. R. Wilkes, J. T. Kelly, A. E. Walter, S. M. Slobounov, 2022, Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology on p. 240-248

Nicole L. Vike, Sumra Bari, Khrystyna Stetsiv, Alexa Walter, Sharlene Newman, Keisuke Kawata, Jeffrey J. Bazarian, Zoran Martinovich, Eric A. Nauman, Thomas M. Talavage, Linda Papa, Semyon M. Slobounov, Hans C. Breiter, 2022, iScience

Head acceleration event exposure and cognitive and functional outcomes: a comparison of multiple football seasons

Alexa E. Walter, James R. Wilkes, Madeleine Scaramuzzo, Tesa Johns-Bostick, Scott Lynch, Wayne Sebastianelli, Peter Seidenberg, Tim Bream, Semyon M. Slobounov, 2022, Sports Training, Medicine and Rehabilitation

Most-Cited Papers

Modulation of cortical activity in 2D versus 3D virtual reality environments: An EEG study

Semyon Slobounov, William Ray, Brian Johnson, Elena Slobounov, Karl M. Newell, 2015, International Journal of Psychophysiology on p. 254-260

Semyon M. Slobounov, Alexa Walter, Hans C. Breiter, David C. Zhu, Xiaoxiao Bai, Tim Bream, Peter Seidenberg, Xianglun Mao, Brian Johnson, Thomas M. Talavage, 2017, NeuroImage: Clinical on p. 708-718

Linda Papa, Michelle M. Ramia, Damyan Edwards, Brian D. Johnson, Semyon Slobounov, 2015, Central Nervous System Trauma on p. 661-673

Brian Johnson, Thomas Neuberger, Michael Gay, Mark Hallett, Semyon Slobounov, 2014, Central Nervous System Trauma on p. 1907-1913

Functional neuroimaging of acute oculomotor deficits in concussed athletes

Brian Johnson, Kai Zhang, Mark Hallett, Semyon Slobounov, 2015, Brain Imaging and Behavior on p. 564-573

Brian Johnson, Mark Hallett, Semyon Slobounov, 2015, Neurology on p. 1163-1166

Semyon Slobounov, Elizabeth Teel, Karl M. Newell, 2013, Neuroscience Letters on p. 6-9

Linda Papa, Semyon M. Slobounov, Hans C. Breiter, Alexa Walter, Tim Bream, Peter Seidenberg, Julian E. Bailes, Stephen Bravo, Brian Johnson, David Kaufman, Dennis L. Molfese, Thomas M. Talavage, David C. Zhu, Barbara Knollmann-Ritschel, Manish Bhomia, 2019, Central Nervous System Trauma on p. 1343-1351

Residual alterations of brain electrical activity in clinically asymptomatic concussed individuals: An EEG study

E. F. Teel, W. J. Ray, Andrew Geronimo, Semyon Slobounov, 2014, Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology - Electromyography and Motor Control on p. 703-707

Elizabeth F. Teel, Semyon M. Slobounov, 2015, Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine on p. 144-148