Robert Zenhausern

Affiliations: 
St. John's University, NY, United States 
Area:
Neuropsychology, Cognitive Psychology
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Leisman G, Zenhausern R, Ferentz A, et al. (1995) Electromyographic effects of fatigue and task repetition on the validity of estimates of strong and weak muscles in applied kinesiological muscle-testing procedures. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 80: 963-77
Zenhausern R, Kraemer M. (1991) The dual nature of lateral eye movements. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 56: 169-75
Leisman G, Koch P, Zemcov A, et al. (1990) Biomagnetism, big science, political science, and fisticuffs. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 55: 147-9
Kaliski M, Zenhausern R, Andrews R. (1989) The direct access method of teaching reading and the diagnosis and remediation of reading disability. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 46: 101-8
Markman S, Zenhausern R. (1988) The interaction of hemispheric related strategies and individual differences in learning. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 43: 165-70
Zenhausern R. (1987) The relationship of reading disability and the techniques of teaching reading. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 34: 55-62
Valle JD, Dunn K, Dunn R, et al. (1986) The Effects of Matching and Mismatching Students' Mobility Preferences on Recognition and Memory Tasks Journal of Educational Research. 79: 267-272
Zenhausern R. (1983) Lateralized presentation and hemispheric integration. The American Psychologist. 38: 227-8
Golden M, Zenhausern R. (1983) Grapheme to phoneme conversion: the basis of reading disability? The International Journal of Neuroscience. 20: 229-39
Oexle JE, Zenhausern R. (1981) Differential hemispheric activation in good and poor readers. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 15: 31-6
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