Evie Malaia, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Center for Mind, Brain, and Education University of Texas Arlington, Arlington, TX, United States 
Area:
Neurolinguistics
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Malaia EA, Krebs J, Roehm D, et al. (2019) Age of acquisition effects differ across linguistic domains in sign language: EEG evidence. Brain and Language. 200: 104708
Malaia EA, Wilbur RB. (2019) Syllable as a unit of information transfer in linguistic communication: The entropy syllable parsing model. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. e1518
Krebs J, Malaia E, Wilbur RB, et al. (2019) Interaction between topic marking and subject preference strategy in sign language processing Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 35: 466-484
Malaia E, Wilbur RB. (2018) Visual and linguistic components of short-term memory: Generalized Neural Model (GNM) for spoken and sign languages. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Malaia E, Borneman JD, Wilbur RB. (2017) Information Transfer Capacity of Articulators in American Sign Language. Language and Speech. 23830917708461
Malaia E, Newman S. (2015) Neural bases of syntax-semantics interface processing. Cognitive Neurodynamics. 9: 317-29
Malaia E, Gonzalez-Castillo J, Weber-Fox C, et al. (2015) Neural processing of verbal event structure: Temporal and functional dissociation between telic and atelic verbs Cognitive Science Perspectives On Verb Representation and Processing. 131-140
Malaia E, Newman S. (2014) Neural bases of event knowledge and syntax integration in comprehension of complex sentences. Neurocase. 1-14
Malaia E, Talavage TM, Wilbur RB. (2014) Functional connectivity in task-negative network of the Deaf: effects of sign language experience. Peerj. 2: e446
Newman S, Malaia E, Seo R. (2014) Does degree of handedness in a group of right-handed individuals affect language comprehension? Brain and Cognition. 86: 98-103
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