Randy L. Newman

Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada 
Cognitive Neuroscience, Language, ERP, fMRI
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Malins JG, Desroches AS, Robertson EK, et al. (2013) ERPs reveal the temporal dynamics of auditory word recognition in specific language impairment. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 5: 134-48
Desroches AS, Newman RL, Robertson EK, et al. (2013) Electrophysiological indices of phonological impairments in dyslexia. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 56: 250-64
Newman RL, Jared D, Haigh CA. (2012) Does phonology play a role when skilled readers read high-frequency words? Evidence from ERPs Language and Cognitive Processes. 27: 1361-1384
Newman RL, Joanisse MF. (2011) Modulation of brain regions involved in word recognition by homophonous stimuli: an fMRI study. Brain Research. 1367: 250-64
Desroches AS, Newman RL, Joanisse MF. (2009) Investigating the time course of spoken word recognition: electrophysiological evidence for the influences of phonological similarity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 21: 1893-906
Newman RL, Connolly JF. (2009) Electrophysiological markers of pre-lexical speech processing: evidence for bottom-up and top-down effects on spoken word processing. Biological Psychology. 80: 114-21
Desroches A, Joanisse M, Newman R, et al. (2009) ERPs Reveal the Temporal Dynamics of Phonological Processing across Typical Development Neuroimage. 47: S143
Joanisse MF, Robertson EK, Newman RL. (2007) Mismatch negativity reflects sensory and phonetic speech processing. Neuroreport. 18: 901-5
Robertson EK, Newman RL, Joanisse MF. (2006) Acoustic and phonetic discrimination in speech using event‐related potentials: A mismatch negativity paradigm The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 119: 3244-3244
Newman RL, Connolly JF. (2004) Determining the role of phonology in silent reading using event-related brain potentials. Brain Research. Cognitive Brain Research. 21: 94-105
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