Nina Kraus, Ph.D.

Communication Sciences, Neurobiology & Physiology, Otolaryngology, Institute for Neuroscience Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
"Nina Kraus"
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White-Schwoch T, Krizman J, McCracken K, et al. (2020) Baseline profiles of auditory, vestibular, and visual functions in youth tackle football players. Concussion (London, England). 4: CNC66
Krizman J, Lindley T, Bonacina S, et al. (2019) Play Sports for a Quieter Brain: Evidence From Division I Collegiate Athletes. Sports Health. 1941738119892275
Coffey EBJ, Nicol T, White-Schwoch T, et al. (2019) Evolving perspectives on the sources of the frequency-following response. Nature Communications. 10: 5036
White-Schwoch T, Krizman J, McCracken K, et al. (2019) Performance on auditory, vestibular, and visual tests is stable across two seasons of youth tackle football. Brain Injury. 1-9
Krizman J, Kraus N. (2019) Analyzing the FFR: A tutorial for decoding the richness of auditory function. Hearing Research. 382: 107779
Thompson EC, Krizman J, White-Schwoch T, et al. (2019) Neurophysiological, linguistic, and cognitive predictors of children's ability to perceive speech in noise. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 39: 100672
Bonacina S, Otto-Meyer S, Krizman J, et al. (2019) Stable auditory processing underlies phonological awareness in typically developing preschoolers. Brain and Language. 197: 104664
Krizman J, Bonacina S, Kraus N. (2019) Sex differences in subcortical auditory processing emerge across development. Hearing Research. 380: 166-174
White-Schwoch T, Anderson S, Krizman J, et al. (2019) Case studies in neuroscience: Subcortical origins of the frequency-following response. Journal of Neurophysiology
Bonacina S, Krizman J, White-Schwoch T, et al. (2019) How Rhythmic Skills Relate and Develop in School-Age Children. Global Pediatric Health. 6: 2333794X19852045
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