Journal Articles

Published peer-reviewed articles

Basso, M., Johnstone, N., Knytl, P., Nauta, A., Groeneveld, A., & Cohen Kadosh, K. (2022). A Systematic Review of Psychobiotic Interventions in Children and Adolescents to Enhance Cognitive Functioning and Emotional Behavior. Nutrients, 14(3), 614.

Johnstone, N., Dart, S., Knytl, P., Nauta, A., Hart, K., & Cohen Kadosh, K. (2021). Nutrient Intake and Gut Microbial Genera Changes after a 4-Week Placebo Controlled Galacto-Oligosaccharides Intervention in Young Females. Nutrients, 13(12), 4384.

Ng-Knight, T., Gilligan-Lee, K. A., Massonnié, J., Gaspard, H., Gooch, D., Querstret, D., & Johnstone, N. (2021). Does Taekwondo improve children’s self-regulation? If so, how? A randomized field experiment. Developmental Psychology.

Cohen Kadosh, K., Basso, M., Knytl, P., Johnstone, N., Lau, J. Y. F., & Gibson, G. R. (2021). Psychobiotic interventions for anxiety in young people: a systematic review and meta-analysis, with youth consultation. Translational Psychiatry, 11(1), 352.

Johnstone, N., Milesi, C., Burn, O., van den Bogert, B., Nauta, A., Hart, K., Sowden, P., Burnet, P. W. J., & Cohen Kadosh, K. (2021). Anxiolytic effects of a galacto-oligosaccharides prebiotic in healthy females (18–25 years) with corresponding changes in gut bacterial composition. Scientific Reports, 11(1), 8302.

Zich, C., Johnstone, N., Lührs, M., Lisk, S., Haller, S. P. W., Lipp, A., Lau, J. Y. F., & Kadosh, K. C. (2020). Modulatory effects of dynamic fMRI-based neurofeedback on emotion regulation networks in adolescent females. NeuroImage, 220(January), 117053.

Johnstone, N., & Cohen Kadosh, K. (2019). Why a developmental cognitive neuroscience approach may be key for future-proofing microbiota-gut-brain research. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 42, e73.

Preprint articles under review

Johnstone, N., Pilarova, V., Tenenbaum, H., &Cohen Kadosh, K. (2022, March 22). Parents set the emotional climate for successful school transitions in children.

Johnstone, N., Tenenbaum, H., & Cohen Kadosh, K. (2022, May 13). Performance in the attention network test relates to cortical excitability and trait anxiety in mid-childhood.