Evie Malaia, Ph.D.

Center for Mind, Brain, and Education University of Texas Arlington, Arlington, TX, United States 
"Evie Malaia"
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Malaia EA, Krebs J, Roehm D, et al. (2019) Age of acquisition effects differ across linguistic domains in sign language: EEG evidence. Brain and Language. 200: 104708
Malaia EA, Wilbur RB. (2019) Syllable as a unit of information transfer in linguistic communication: The entropy syllable parsing model. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. e1518
Krebs J, Malaia E, Wilbur RB, et al. (2019) Interaction between topic marking and subject preference strategy in sign language processing Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 35: 466-484
Blumenthal-Dramé A, Malaia E. (2018) Shared neural and cognitive mechanisms in action and language: The multiscale information transfer framework. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. 10: e1484
Malaia E, Wilbur RB. (2018) Visual and linguistic components of short-term memory: Generalized Neural Model (GNM) for spoken and sign languages. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Krebs J, Malaia E, Wilbur RB, et al. (2018) Subject preference emerges as cross-modal strategy for linguistic processing. Brain Research
Malaia E. (2017) Current and future methodologies for quantitative analysis of information transfer in sign language and gesture data. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40
Malaia E, Cockerham D, Rublein K. (2017) Visual integration of fear and anger emotional cues by children on the autism spectrum and neurotypical peers: An EEG study. Neuropsychologia. 126: 138-146
Malaia E, Borneman JD, Wilbur RB. (2017) Information Transfer Capacity of Articulators in American Sign Language. Language and Speech. 23830917708461
Malaia E, Borneman JD, Wilbur RB. (2016) Assessment of information content in visual signal: analysis of optical flow fractal complexity Visual Cognition. 24: 246-251
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