Jennifer Krizman

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
"Jennifer Krizman"
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Bonacina S, Krizman J, White-Schwoch T, et al. (2021) Clapping in Time With Feedback Relates Pervasively With Other Rhythmic Skills of Adolescents and Young Adults. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 315125211000867
White-Schwoch T, Krizman J, Nicol T, et al. (2020) Case studies in neuroscience: Cortical contributions to the frequency-following response depend on subcortical synchrony. Journal of Neurophysiology
Krizman J, Bonacina S, Kraus N. (2020) Sex differences in subcortical auditory processing only partially explain higher prevalence of language disorders in males. Hearing Research. 398: 108075
Bonacina S, Krizman J, White-Schwoch T, et al. (2020) Distinct rhythmic abilities align with phonological awareness and rapid naming in school-age children. Cognitive Processing
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
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