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Helen Neville

University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
neuroplasticity, development
"Helen Neville"

Our broad goals are to study biological constraints and the role of input from the environment in the development of the human brain. We characterize the functional specializations of different neural systems in normal adults and take two broad approaches to the study of their development (normal adults): We compare cerebral organization in normal hearing, sighted, monolingual adults with that observed in adults who have had auditory or visual deprivation or who have had different language experience (neuroplasticity). We study the changes in functional cerebral organization that occur as normally and abnormally developinginfants and children attain different ages and behavioural milestones. We employ the event-related potential (ERP) techniques and structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in these studies (development).

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Neville HM, Leasure DR, Dauwalter DC, et al. (2019) Application of multiple-population viability analysis to evaluate species recovery alternatives. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology
Amish SJ, Ali O, Peacock M, et al. (2019) Assessing thermal adaptation using family-based association and F -outlier tests in a threatened trout. Molecular Ecology
Comas-Díaz L, Hall GN, Neville HA. (2019) Racial trauma: Theory, research, and healing: Introduction to the special issue. The American Psychologist. 74: 1-5
Leasure DR, Wenger SJ, Chelgren ND, et al. (2018) Hierarchical multi-population viability analysis. Ecology
Palmer B, Parham TA, Connor M, et al. (2018) Joseph White (1932-2017). The American Psychologist. 73: 942
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
Andersson A, Sanders LD, Coch D, et al. (2018) Anterior and posterior erp rhyming effects in 3- to 5-year-old children. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 30: 178-190
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
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