Sara D. Beach

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
neuroscience, learning
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John D.E. Gabrieli research assistant 2011-2014 MIT
John D.E. Gabrieli grad student 2014- MIT; Harvard
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Centanni TM, Norton ES, Ozernov-Palchik O, et al. (2019) Disrupted left fusiform response to print in beginning kindergartners is associated with subsequent reading. Neuroimage. Clinical. 22: 101715
Ozernov-Palchik O, Norton ES, Wang Y, et al. (2018) The relationship between socioeconomic status and white matter microstructure in pre-reading children: A longitudinal investigation. Human Brain Mapping
Centanni TM, Norton ES, Park A, et al. (2018) Early development of letter specialization in left fusiform is associated with better word reading and smaller fusiform face area. Developmental Science
Ozernov-Palchik O, Norton ES, Sideridis G, et al. (2016) Longitudinal stability of pre-reading skill profiles of kindergarten children: implications for early screening and theories of reading. Developmental Science
Qi Z, Beach SD, Finn AS, et al. (2016) Native-language N400 and P600 predict dissociable language-learning abilities in adults. Neuropsychologia
Powers SJ, Wang Y, Beach SD, et al. (2016) Examining the relationship between home literacy environment and neural correlates of phonological processing in beginning readers with and without a familial risk for dyslexia: an fMRI study. Annals of Dyslexia
Saygin ZM, Osher DE, Norton ES, et al. (2016) Connectivity precedes function in the development of the visual word form area. Nature Neuroscience
Norton ES, Beach SD, Gabrieli JD. (2015) Neurobiology of dyslexia. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 30: 73-8
Saygin ZM, Norton ES, Osher DE, et al. (2013) Tracking the roots of reading ability: white matter volume and integrity correlate with phonological awareness in prereading and early-reading kindergarten children. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 13251-8
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