Kimberly G. Noble

Affiliations: 
Pediatrics Columbia University, New York, NY 
Area:
socioeconomic disparities, developmental cognitive neuroscience, reading development, reading impairment
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Bruce D. Mccandliss grad student Weill Cornell Medical College
Martha J. Farah grad student 2005 Penn
 (Socioeconomic status modulates cognition-achievement and brain -behavior relationships.)
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Piccolo LR, Merz EC, Noble KG, et al. (2018) School climate is associated with cortical thickness and executive function in children and adolescents. Developmental Science. e12719
Brito NH, Noble KG. (2018) The independent and interacting effects of socioeconomic status and dual-language use on brain structure and cognition. Developmental Science. e12688
Piccolo LR, Noble KG. (2017) Perceived stress is associated with smaller hippocampal volume in adolescence. Psychophysiology
Brito NH, Piccolo LR, Noble KG, et al. (2017) Associations between cortical thickness and neurocognitive skills during childhood vary by family socioeconomic factors. Brain and Cognition
Piccolo LR, Merz EC, He X, et al. (2016) Age-Related Differences in Cortical Thickness Vary by Socioeconomic Status. Plos One. 11: e0162511
Merz EC, Harlé KM, Noble KG, et al. (2016) Executive Function in Previously Institutionalized Children. Child Development Perspectives. 10: 105-110
Brito NH, Fifer WP, Myers MM, et al. (2016) Associations among family socioeconomic status, EEG power at birth, and cognitive skills during infancy. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 19: 144-151
Johnson SB, Riis JL, Noble KG. (2016) State of the Art Review: Poverty and the Developing Brain. Pediatrics
Ursache A, Noble KG. (2016) Neurocognitive development in socioeconomic context: Multiple mechanisms and implications for measuring socioeconomic status. Psychophysiology. 53: 71-82
Ursache A, Noble KG, Blair C. (2015) Socioeconomic Status, Subjective Social Status, and Perceived Stress: Associations with Stress Physiology and Executive Functioning. Behavioral Medicine (Washington, D.C.). 41: 145-54
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