Jason D. Zevin

Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY, United States 
Word recognition, speech perception, computational modeling, neuroimaging
"Jason Zevin"
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Siegelman N, Rueckl JG, Steacy LM, et al. (2020) Individual differences in learning the regularities between orthography, phonology and semantics predict early reading skills. Journal of Memory and Language. 114
Zevin JD, Miller B. (2016) Introduction to the special issue. Advancing the state-of-the-science in reading research through modeling Scientific Studies of Reading. 20: 1-5
Rueckl JG, Paz-Alonso PM, Molfese PJ, et al. (2015) Universal brain signature of proficient reading: Evidence from four contrasting languages. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Wang X, Yang J, Yang J, et al. (2015) Language differences in the brain network for reading in naturalistic story reading and lexical decision. Plos One. 10: e0124388
Gabay Y, Dick FK, Zevin JD, et al. (2015) Incidental auditory category learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 41: 1124-1138
Jost LB, Eberhard-Moscicka AK, Pleisch G, et al. (2015) Native and non-native speech sound processing and the neural mismatch responses: A longitudinal study on classroom-based foreign language learning. Neuropsychologia. 72: 94-104
Archila-Suerte P, Zevin J, Hernandez AE. (2015) The effect of age of acquisition, socioeducational status, and proficiency on the neural processing of second language speech sounds. Brain and Language. 141: 35-49
Yang J, Zevin J. (2014) The impact of task demand on visual word recognition Neuroscience. 272: 102-115
Dikker S, Silbert LJ, Hasson U, et al. (2014) On the same wavelength: predictable language enhances speaker-listener brain-to-brain synchrony in posterior superior temporal gyrus. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 6267-72
Yoncheva Y, Maurer U, Zevin JD, et al. (2014) Selective attention to phonology dynamically modulates initial encoding of auditory words within the left hemisphere. Neuroimage. 97: 262-70
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