Timothy N. Odegard

Affiliations: 
Psychology The University of Texas at Arlington 
Area:
Experimental Psychology
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Farris EA, Ring J, Black J, et al. (2016) Predicting Growth in Word Level Reading Skills in Children With Developmental Dyslexia Using an Object Rhyming Functional Neuroimaging Task. Developmental Neuropsychology. 1-17
Cooper CM, Briggs RW, Farris EA, et al. (2016) Memory and functional brain differences in a national sample of U.S. veterans with Gulf War Illness. Psychiatry Research. 250: 33-41
Miller HL, Odegard TN, Allen G. (2014) Evaluating information processing in Autism Spectrum Disorder: The case for Fuzzy Trace Theory Developmental Review. 34: 44-76
Odegard TN, Cooper CM, Farris EA, et al. (2013) Memory impairment exhibited by veterans with Gulf War Illness. Neurocase. 19: 316-27
Cooper CM, Odegard TN. (2012) Influence of recollection and plausibility on age-related deficits in associative memory. Memory (Hove, England). 20: 28-36
Li X, Spence JS, Buhner DM, et al. (2011) Hippocampal dysfunction in Gulf War veterans: investigation with ASL perfusion MR imaging and physostigmine challenge. Radiology. 261: 218-25
Cooper CM, Odegard TN. (2011) Attention and the acquisition of new knowledge: their effects on older adults' associative memory deficit. Psychology and Aging. 26: 890-9
Farris EA, Odegard TN, Miller HL, et al. (2011) Functional connectivity between the left and right inferior frontal lobes in a small sample of children with and without reading difficulties. Neurocase. 17: 425-39
Odegard TN, Jenkins KM, Koen JD. (2010) Developmental differences in the use of recognition memory rejection mechanisms. Developmental Psychology. 46: 691-8
Odegard TN, Lampinen JM, Farris EA. (2010) Illusory perceptions and memories: What is the tie that binds? Cognitive Psychology Perspectives. 117-157
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