Gerry A. Stefanatos, Ph.D.

Communication Sciences & Disorders Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
auditory processing, language, aphasia, stroke, EEG, fMRI
"Gerry Stefanatos"

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Michael C. Corballis research assistant 1976-1978 McGill
Gary Green grad student 1979-1984 Oxford
Freda Gladys Newcombe grad student 1979-1984 Oxford
Doreen Kimura post-doc 1983-1985 Western Ontario


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Andrew Tesla DeMarco research assistant 2008-2011 Temple University
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Stefanatos GA, Baron IS. (2011) The ontogenesis of language impairment in autism: a neuropsychological perspective. Neuropsychology Review. 21: 252-70
Stefanatos GA. (2009) Neuropathology of Autism The Autism Spectrum: Scientific Foundations and Treatment. 83-111
Stefanatos GA. (2009) Developmental neuropsychology of Autism The Autism Spectrum: Scientific Foundations and Treatment. 59-82
Stefanatos GA. (2008) Regression in autistic spectrum disorders. Neuropsychology Review. 18: 305-19
Stefanatos GA. (2008) Speech perceived through a damaged temporal window: lessons from word deafness and aphasia. Seminars in Speech and Language. 29: 239-52
Ross JL, Roeltgen DP, Stefanatos G, et al. (2008) Cognitive and motor development during childhood in boys with Klinefelter syndrome. American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part A. 146: 708-19
Stefanatos GA, Joe WQ, Aguirre GK, et al. (2008) Activation of human auditory cortex during speech perception: effects of monaural, binaural, and dichotic presentation. Neuropsychologia. 46: 301-15
Zinn AR, Roeltgen D, Stefanatos G, et al. (2007) A Turner syndrome neurocognitive phenotype maps to Xp22.3. Behavioral and Brain Functions : Bbf. 3: 24
Swanson JM, Kinsbourne M, Nigg J, et al. (2007) Etiologic subtypes of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: brain imaging, molecular genetic and environmental factors and the dopamine hypothesis. Neuropsychology Review. 17: 39-59
Stefanatos GA, Baron IS. (2007) Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a neuropsychological perspective towards DSM-V. Neuropsychology Review. 17: 5-38
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