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Daniel Cabral, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Associate
  • Bickel Lab
  •         Auburn University, Ph.D., Kinesiology
  •         Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, B.S., Physical Education

Cabral, D. A., Rego, M. L., Fontes, E. B., & Tavares, V. D. (2024). An overlooked relationship in recovery from substance use disorders: Associations between body mass index and negative emotional states. Physiology & Behavior273, 114383.

Tavares VD, Schuch FB, Vancampfort D, Jenkins M, Rego ML, Galvao-Coelho NL, Cabral DA. Does being overweight play a role in the reduced inhibitory control of patients receiving treatment for substance use disorder?. Physiology & Behavior. 2021 Nov 1;241:113587.

Cabral, D. A., Wilson, A. E., & Miller, M. W. (2022). The effect of implicit learning on motor performance under psychological pressure: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology. https://doi:10.1037/spy0000286

Cabral, D. A. R., Daou, M., Bacelar; M. F. B., Parma, J. O., & Miller, M. W. (2020). Does learning a skill with the expectation of teaching it impair the skill’s execution under psychological pressure if the skill is learned with analogy instructions? Psychology of Sport and Exercise (In principle acceptance), 51, 101757.

Cabral, D. A. R., da Costa, K. G., Tavares, V. D. D. O., Rêgo, M. L. D. M., Faro, H. K. C., & Fontes, E. B. (2019). Cardiorespiratory fitness predicts greater vagal autonomic activity in drug users under stress. Substance abuse: research and treatment, 13, 1178221819862283.

Cabral, D. A., Tavares, V. D., da Costa, K. G., Nascimento, P. H., Faro, H. K., Elsangedy, H. M., & Fontes, E. B. (2018). The benefits of high intensity exercise on the brain of a drug abuser. Glob J Health Sci10, 123-135.

Cabral, D. A., da Costa, K. G., Okano, A. H., Elsangedy, H. M., Rachetti, V. P., & Fontes, E. B. (2017). Improving cerebral oxygenation, cognition and autonomic nervous system control of a chronic alcohol abuser through a three-month running program. Addictive behaviors reports, 6, 83-89.