Eric R. Pakulak, Ph.D.

University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
neuroplasticity, development
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Helen Neville grad student 2008 University of Oregon
 (An investigation of the effects of proficiency and age of acquisition on neural organization for syntactic processing using ERPs and fMRI.)
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O'Neil LV, Pakulak E, Stevens C, et al. (2019) Helen June Neville May 20, 1946 – October 12, 2018 Journal of Cognition and Development. 20: 134-135
Giuliano RJ, Karns CM, Roos LE, et al. (2018) Effects of early adversity on neural mechanisms of distractor suppression are mediated by sympathetic nervous system activity in preschool-aged children. Developmental Psychology. 54: 1674-1686
Giuliano RJ, Karns CM, Bell TA, et al. (2018) Parasympathetic and sympathetic activity are associated with individual differences in neural indices of selective attention in adults. Psychophysiology. e13079
Pakulak E, Hampton Wray A, Longoria Z, et al. (2017) Cultural Adaptation of a Neurobiologically Informed Intervention in Local and International Contexts. New Directions For Child and Adolescent Development. 2017: 81-92
Pakulak E, Stevens C, Neville H. (2017) Neuro-, Cardio-, and Immunoplasticity: Effects of Early Adversity. Annual Review of Psychology
Isbell E, Stevens C, Pakulak E, et al. (2017) Neuroplasticity of selective attention: Research foundations and preliminary evidence for a gene by intervention interaction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Hampton Wray A, Stevens C, Pakulak E, et al. (2017) Development of selective attention in preschool-age children from lower socioeconomic status backgrounds. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 26: 101-111
Neville H, Pakulak E, Stevens C. (2015) Family-based training to improve cognitive outcomes for children from lower socioeconomic status backgrounds: Emerging themes and challenges Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 4: 166-170
Neville H, Stevens C, Pakulak E, et al. (2013) Commentary: neurocognitive consequences of socioeconomic disparities. Developmental Science. 16: 708-12
Neville HJ, Stevens C, Pakulak E, et al. (2013) Family-based training program improves brain function, cognition, and behavior in lower socioeconomic status preschoolers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 12138-43
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