Helen Neville
Helen Neville
Professor, Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Oregon
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The cognitive neurosciences
MS Gazzaniga
MIT press, 2009
Syntactically based sentence processing classes: Evidence from event-related brain potentials
H Neville, JL Nicol, A Barss, KI Forster, MF Garrett
Journal of cognitive Neuroscience 3 (2), 151-165, 1991
Maturational constraints on functional specializations for language processing: ERP and behavioral evidence in bilingual speakers
CM Weber-Fox, HJ Neville
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 8 (3), 231-256, 1996
Cross-modal plasticity: where and how?
D Bavelier, HJ Neville
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 3 (6), 443-452, 2002
Auditory and visual semantic priming in lexical decision: A comparison using event-related brain potentials
PJ Holcomb, HJ Neville
Language and cognitive processes 5 (4), 281-312, 1990
Cerebral organization for language in deaf and hearing subjects: biological constraints and effects of experience
HJ Neville, D Bavelier, D Corina, J Rauschecker, A Karni, A Lalwani, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (3), 922-929, 1998
Improved auditory spatial tuning in blind humans
B Röder, W Teder-SaÈlejaÈrvi, A Sterr, F Rösler, SA Hillyard, HJ Neville
Nature 400 (6740), 162-166, 1999
Fractionating language: Different neural subsystems with different sensitive periods
HJ Neville, DL Mills, DS Lawson
Cerebral cortex 2 (3), 244-258, 1992
Event-related brain potentials during initial encoding and recognition memory of congruous and incongruous words
HJ Neville, M Kutas, G Chesney, AL Schmidt
Journal of Memory and Language 25 (1), 75-92, 1986
Attention to central and peripheral visual space in a movement detection task: an event-related potential and behavioral study. II. Congenitally deaf adults
HJ Neville, D Lawson
Brain research 405 (2), 268-283, 1987
Differences in the neural mechanisms of selective attention in children from different socioeconomic backgrounds: an event‐related brain potential study
C Stevens, B Lauinger, H Neville
Developmental science 12 (4), 634-646, 2009
Visual attention to the periphery is enhanced in congenitally deaf individuals
D Bavelier, A Tomann, C Hutton, T Mitchell, D Corina, G Liu, H Neville
Journal of neuroscience 20 (17), RC93-RC93, 2000
The neurobiology of sensory and language processing in language-impaired children
HJ Neville, SA Coffey, PJ Holcomb, P Tallal
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 5 (2), 235-253, 1993
Speech processing activates visual cortex in congenitally blind humans
B Röder, O Stock, S Bien, H Neville, F Rösler
European Journal of Neuroscience 16 (5), 930-936, 2002
Visual and auditory sentence processing: A developmental analysis using event‐related brain potentials
PJ Holcomb, SA Coffey, HJ Neville
Developmental Neuropsychology 8 (2-3), 203-241, 1992
Language comprehension and cerebral specialization from 13 to 20 months
DL Mills, S Coffey‐Corina, HJ Neville
Developmental Neuropsychology 13 (3), 397-445, 1997
Neural systems mediating American Sign Language: Effects of sensory experience and age of acquisition
HJ Neville, SA Coffey, DS Lawson, A Fischer, K Emmorey, U Bellugi
Brain and language 57 (3), 285-308, 1997
Impact of early deafness and early exposure to sign language on the cerebral organization for motion processing
D Bavelier, C Brozinsky, A Tomann, T Mitchell, H Neville, G Liu
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (22), 8931-8942, 2001
Attention to central and peripheral visual space in a movement detection task: An event-related potential and behavioral study. I. Normal hearing adults
HJ Neville, D Lawson
Brain research 405 (2), 253-267, 1987
The effects of frontal cortex lesions on event-related potentials during auditory selective attention
RT Knight, SA Hillyard, DL Woods, HJ Neville
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 52 (6), 571-582, 1981
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