Debra Mills

Affiliations: 
Psychology Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
Area:
Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Individual and Family Studies
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Hoeft F, Dai L, Haas BW, et al. (2014) Mapping genetically controlled neural circuits of social behavior and visuo-motor integration by a preliminary examination of atypical deletions with Williams syndrome. Plos One. 9: e104088
Mani N, Mills DL, Plunkett K. (2012) Vowels in early words: an event-related potential study. Developmental Science. 15: 2-11
Fishman I, Yam A, Bellugi U, et al. (2011) Language and sociability: insights from Williams syndrome. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders. 3: 185-92
Fishman I, Yam A, Bellugi U, et al. (2011) Contrasting patterns of language-associated brain activity in autism and Williams syndrome. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 6: 630-8
Mimura M, Hoeft F, Kato M, et al. (2010) A preliminary study of orbitofrontal activation and hypersociability in Williams Syndrome. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders. 2: 93-98
Golarai G, Hong S, Haas BW, et al. (2010) The fusiform face area is enlarged in Williams syndrome. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 6700-12
Gao MC, Bellugi U, Dai L, et al. (2010) Intelligence in Williams Syndrome is related to STX1A, which encodes a component of the presynaptic SNARE complex. Plos One. 5: e10292
Järvinen-Pasley A, Adolphs R, Yam A, et al. (2010) Affiliative behavior in Williams syndrome: social perception and real-life social behavior. Neuropsychologia. 48: 2110-9
Haas BW, Hoeft F, Searcy YM, et al. (2010) Individual differences in social behavior predict amygdala response to fearful facial expressions in Williams syndrome. Neuropsychologia. 48: 1283-8
Järvinen-Pasley A, Pollak SD, Yam A, et al. (2010) Atypical hemispheric asymmetry in the perception of negative human vocalizations in individuals with Williams syndrome. Neuropsychologia. 48: 1047-52
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