Subject Areas on Research
- A dense corpus study of past tense and plural overregularization in English.
- A nonverbal false belief task: the performance of children and great apes.
- Acute tryptophan depletion - converging evidence for decreasing central nervous serotonin synthesis in rodents and humans.
- Adult-child interaction analysis: methodology and case application.
- Age-related slowing in the retrieval of information from long-term memory.
- An emerging schizophrenic syndrome.
- An fMRI investigation of race-related amygdala activity in African-American and Caucasian-American individuals.
- Behavioral assessment of the type A behavior pattern.
- Between two worlds medical student perceptions of humor and slang in the hospital setting.
- Biased retellings of events yield biased memories.
- Botulinum toxin injection into vocal cord in the treatment of malignant coprolalia associated with Tourette's syndrome.
- Brain responses in the processing of lexical pitch-accent by Japanese speakers.
- Brief assessment of cognition in schizophrenia: validation of the Japanese version.
- Cardiovascular responses to behavioral stressors: laboratory-field generalization and inter-task consistency.
- Changes in Informed Consent Policy and Treatment Delays in Stroke Thrombolysis.
- Children's ability to answer different types of questions.
- Children's norm enforcement in their interactions with peers.
- Clustering by alcoholic Korsakoff patients.
- Comparative electrophysiological and hemodynamic measures of neural activation during memory-retrieval.
- Comparing different accounts of inversion errors in children's non-subject wh-questions: 'What experimental data can tell us?'.
- Conditioning changes in differential skin temperature.
- Consistency of hand-preference across the early years: long-term relationship to verbal intelligence and reading achievement in girls.
- Contribution of pastimes and testing strategies to the performance of healthy volunteers on cognitive tests.
- Cortical localization of temporal lobe language sites in patients with gliomas.
- Daily verbal and nonverbal expression of osteoarthritis pain and spouse responses.
- Development of single/geminate obstruent discrimination by Japanese infants: early integration of durational and nondurational cues.
- Developmental increases in effective connectivity to brain regions involved in phonological processing during tasks with orthographic demands.
- Diagnosis and neuroanatomical correlates of depression in brain-damaged patients. Implications for a neurology of depression.
- Dimensions of deprivation and threat, psychopathology, and potential mediators: A multi-year longitudinal analysis.
- Dimensions of patient and physician roles in medical screening interviews.
- Discrimination of phonemic vowel length by Japanese infants.
- Donepezil effects on language in children with Down syndrome: results of the first 22-week pilot clinical trial.
- Dual-Task Effects on Story Retell for Participants With Moderate, Mild, or No Aphasia: Quantitative and Qualitative Findings.
- Early recognition of children with autism: a study of first birthday home videotapes.
- Early syntactic creativity: a usage-based approach.
- Effect of a pregroup collective project on the cohesiveness of inpatient therapy groups.
- Elevator talk: observational study of inappropriate comments in a public space.
- Emotion processing in the aging brain is modulated by semantic elaboration.
- Empirical assessment of the factorial structure of clinical symptoms in schizophrenia: negative symptoms.
- Empirical assessment of the factorial structure of clinical symptoms in schizophrenic patients: formal thought disorder.
- Evidence for latent classes of IQ in young children with autism spectrum disorder.
- Factors affecting young children's use of pronouns as referring expressions.
- Females and males are highly similar in language performance and cortical activation patterns during verb generation.
- Flexibility in the semantics and syntax of children's early verb use.
- French children's use and correction of weird word orders: a constructivist account.
- Frontal lobe activity and affective behavior of infants of mothers with depressive symptoms.
- Gender differences in blood pressure control during a variety of behavioral stressors.
- Genome-scan for IQ discrepancy in autism: evidence for loci on chromosomes 10 and 16.
- German children's comprehension of word order and case marking in causative sentences.
- German children's productivity with tense morphology: the Perfekt (present perfect).
- How toddlers and preschoolers learn to uniquely identify referents for others: a training study.
- Independent effects of HIV infection and cocaine dependence on neurocognitive impairment in a community sample living in the southern United States.
- Influence of encoding difficulty, word frequency, and phonological regularity on age differences in word naming.
- Intractable seizures, compulsions, and coprolalia: a pediatric case study.
- Joint attention and early language.
- Joint attention on actions: acquiring verbs in ostensive and non-ostensive contexts.
- Language processing in age-related macular degeneration associated with unique functional connectivity signatures in the right hemisphere.
- Lateralization of prefrontal activity during episodic memory retrieval: evidence for the production-monitoring hypothesis.
- Left hemisphere specialization for facial and manual imitation.
- Linking sight and sound: fMRI evidence of primary auditory cortex activation during visual word recognition.
- Making It Harder to "See" Meaning: The More You See Something, the More Its Conceptual Representation Is Susceptible to Visual Interference.
- Modeling children's early grammatical knowledge.
- Mother-child conversational interactions as events unfold: linkages to subsequent remembering.
- Neuropsychological deficit and self-reported delinquency in an unselected birth cohort.
- Older adults benefit from more widespread brain network integration during working memory.
- Oxidative stress and executive function in children receiving chemotherapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
- Phonemic fluency and brain connectivity in age-related macular degeneration: a pilot study.
- Phonological theory informs the analysis of intonational exaggeration in Japanese infant-directed speech.
- Predictors of child noncompliant behavior in the home.
- Preschoolers affect others' reputations through prosocial gossip.
- Production and recognition bias of stylistic sentences using a story reading task.
- Prognosis for psychophysiologic disorders in the naval service.
- Quantitative assessment of autism symptom-related traits in probands and parents: Broader Phenotype Autism Symptom Scale.
- Recall of semantic domains.
- Resident-as-teacher: a suggested curriculum for emergency medicine.
- Role of parietal regions in episodic memory retrieval: the dual attentional processes hypothesis.
- Safety and efficacy of rivastigmine in adolescents with Down syndrome: a preliminary 20-week, open-label study.
- Self-regulatory cognition and immune reactivity: idiographic success and failure feedback effects on the natural killer cell.
- Semantics of the transitive construction: prototype effects and developmental comparisons.
- Social dominance and 22-year all-cause mortality in men.
- Stress reactivity and exercise training in premenopausal and postmenopausal women.
- The assessment of intention-cue detection skills in children: implications for developmental psychopathology.
- The communicative contexts of grammatical aspect use in English.
- The cost of self-protection: threat response and performance as a function of autonomous and controlled motivations.
- The infant's free entry into a new environment.
- The neuropsychology of conduct disorder and delinquency: implications for understanding antisocial behavior.
- Three-year-old children intervene in third-party moral transgressions.
- Toddlers with elevated autism symptoms show slowed habituation to faces.
- Toddlers' emerging ways of achieving social coordinations with a peer
- Training 2;6-year-olds to produce the transitive construction: the role of frequency, semantic similarity and shared syntactic distribution.
- Twelve- and 18-month-olds copy actions in terms of goals.
- Two- and four-year-olds learn to adapt referring expressions to context: effects of distracters and feedback on referential communication.
- Two-year-olds exclude novel objects as potential referents of novel words based on pragmatics.
- Verbal response mode profiles of patients and physicians in medical screening interviews
- Vocal fry may undermine the success of young women in the labor market.
- WISC-R verbal and performance IQ discrepancy in an unselected cohort: clinical significance and longitudinal stability.
- When does generation enhance memory for location?
- Why saying what you mean matters: An analysis of trauma team communication.
- Writing projects: lessening undergraduates' unique suicidal bereavement.
- Young German children's early syntactic competence: a preferential looking study.
- Young children learn to produce passives with nonce verbs.
- Young children mostly keep, and expect others to keep, their promises.
- Young children's use of prosody in sentence parsing.
- [The evaluation of cognitive dysfunctions in schizophrenia].
- fMRI activity correlated with auditory hallucinations during performance of a working memory task: data from the FBIRN consortium study.