Guinevere Eden

Georgetown University, Washington, DC 
"Guinevere Eden"
Mean distance: 17.93 (cluster 15)
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Ashburn SM, Matejko AA, Eden GF. (2024) Activation and functional connectivity of cerebellum during reading and during arithmetic in children with combined reading and math disabilities. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 18: 1135166
Ashburn SM, Lynn Flowers D, Eden GF. (2023) A comparison of functional activation and connectivity of the cerebellum in adults and children during single word processing. Brain and Language. 246: 105346
Turesky TK, Luetje MM, Eden GF. (2023) An fMRI study of finger movements in children with and without dyslexia. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 17: 1135437
Schug AK, Brignoni-Pérez E, Jamal NI, et al. (2022) Gray matter volume differences between early bilinguals and monolinguals: A study of children and adults. Human Brain Mapping
Krafnick AJ, Napoliello EM, Flowers DL, et al. (2022) The Role of Brain Activity in Characterizing Successful Reading Intervention in Children With Dyslexia. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 16: 898661
Brignoni-Pérez E, Jamal NI, Eden GF. (2022) Functional neuroanatomy of English word reading in early bilingual and monolingual adults. Human Brain Mapping
Brignoni-Pérez E, Matejko AA, Jamal NI, et al. (2021) Functional neuroanatomy of arithmetic in monolingual and bilingual adults and children. Human Brain Mapping
Torre GA, Matejko AA, Eden GF. (2020) The relationship between brain structure and proficiency in reading and mathematics in children, adolescents, and emerging adults. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 45: 100856
Brignoni-Perez E, Jamal NI, Eden GF. (2020) An fMRI study of English and Spanish word reading in bilingual adults. Brain and Language. 202: 104725
Ashburn SM, Flowers DL, Napoliello EM, et al. (2019) Cerebellar function in children with and without dyslexia during single word processing. Human Brain Mapping
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