Mengmeng Su - Publications

Beijing Normal University, China, Beijing, Beijing Shi, China 
Developmental dyslexia

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Year Citation  Score
2019 Zhou W, Liu Y, Su M, Yan M, Shu H. Alternating-color words influence Chinese sentence reading: Evidence from neural connectivity. Brain and Language. 197: 104663. PMID 31404828 DOI: 10.1016/j.bandl.2019.104663  0.32
2019 Zhou W, Gao Y, Chang Y, Su M. Hemispheric processing of lexical information in Chinese character recognition and its relationship to reading performance. The Journal of General Psychology. 1-16. PMID 30632925 DOI: 10.1080/00221309.2018.1535483  0.32
2018 Su M, Zhao J, Thiebaut de Schotten M, Zhou W, Gong G, Ramus F, Shu H. Alterations in white matter pathways underlying phonological and morphological processing in Chinese developmental dyslexia. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 31: 11-19. PMID 29727819 DOI: 10.1016/j.dcn.2018.04.002  0.32
2018 Su M, Thiebaut de Schotten M, Zhao J, Song S, Zhou W, Gong G, McBride C, Ramus F, Shu H. Vocabulary growth rate from preschool to school-age years is reflected in the connectivity of the arcuate fasciculus in 14-year-old children. Developmental Science. PMID 29411464 DOI: 10.1111/desc.12647  0.32
2017 Cui Z, Su M, Li L, Shu H, Gong G. Individualized Prediction of Reading Comprehension Ability Using Gray Matter Volume. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 1-17. PMID 28334252 DOI: 10.1093/cercor/bhx061  0.32
2016 Cui Z, Xia Z, Su M, Shu H, Gong G. Disrupted white matter connectivity underlying developmental dyslexia: A machine learning approach. Human Brain Mapping. PMID 26787263 DOI: 10.1002/hbm.23112  0.32
2015 Song S, Su M, Kang C, Liu H, Zhang Y, McBride-Chang C, Tardif T, Li H, Liang W, Zhang Z, Shu H. Tracing children's vocabulary development from preschool through the school-age years: an 8-year longitudinal study. Developmental Science. 18: 119-31. PMID 24962559 DOI: 10.1111/desc.12190  0.32
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