Marc F. Joanisse
Marc F. Joanisse
Professor of Psychology The University of Western Ontario
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Phase 2 of CATALISE: A multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study of problems with language development: Terminology
DVM Bishop, MJ Snowling, PA Thompson, T Greenhalgh, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 58 (10), 1068-1080, 2017
6522017
Impairments in verb morphology after brain injury: A connectionist model
MF Joanisse, MS Seidenberg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (13), 7592-7597, 1999
5911999
Language deficits in dyslexic children: Speech perception, phonology, and morphology
MF Joanisse, FR Manis, P Keating, MS Seidenberg
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 77 (1), 30-60, 2000
5472000
CATALISE: A multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study. Identifying language impairments in children.
DVM Bishop, MJ Snowling, T PA, T Greenhalgh
PLOS one 11 (7), e0158753, 2016
5202016
Specific language impairment: a deficit in grammar or processing?
MF Joanisse, MS Seidenberg
Trends in cognitive sciences 2 (7), 240-247, 1998
3941998
On the sensitivity and specificity of nonword repetition and sentence recall to language and memory impairments in children
L Archibald, MF Joanisse
Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research 52 (4), 899, 2009
2832009
Selective attention to threat versus reward: Meta-analysis and neural-network modeling of the dot-probe task
PA Frewen, DJA Dozois, MF Joanisse, RWJ Neufeld
Clinical psychology review 28 (2), 307-337, 2008
2642008
Phonology and syntax in specific language impairment: Evidence from a connectionist model
MF Joanisse, MS Seidenberg
Brain and Language 86 (1), 40-56, 2003
1812003
Overlapping neural regions for processing rapid temporal cues in speech and nonspeech signals⋆
MF Joanisse, JS Gati
Neuroimage 19 (1), 64-79, 2003
1492003
Eye movements tell only half the story
S Ferber, J Danckert, M Joanisse, HC Goltz, MA Goodale
Neurology 60, 1826-1829, 2003
1482003
Investigating the time course of spoken word recognition: Electrophysiological evidence for the influences of phonological similarity
AS Desroches, RL Newman, MF Joanisse
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 21 (10), 1893-1906, 2009
1352009
Spoken sentence comprehension in children with dyslexia and language impairment: The roles of syntax and working memory
EK Robertson, MF Joanisse
Applied Psycholinguistics 31 (01), 141-165, 2010
1142010
Specific language impairments in children phonology, semantics, and the English past tense
MF Joanisse
Current Directions in Psychological Science 13 (4), 156-160, 2004
1142004
Imaging the past: Neural activation in frontal and temporal regions during regular and irregular past-tense processing
MF Joanisse, MS Seidenberg
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 5 (3), 282-296, 2005
1122005
Categorical speech perception deficits distinguish language and reading impairments in children
EK Robertson, MF Joanisse, AS Desroches, S Ng
Developmental science 12 (5), 753-767, 2009
1092009
Brain mechanisms implicated in the preattentive categorization of speech sounds revealed using fMRI and a short-interval habituation trial paradigm
MF Joanisse, JD Zevin, BD McCandliss
Cerebral Cortex 17 (9), 2084-2093, 2007
1062007
Decomposing the relation between Rapid Automatized Naming (RAN) and reading ability.
KM Arnell, MF Joanisse, RM Klein, MA Busseri, R Tannock
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2009
1042009
Specific phonological impairments in dyslexia revealed by eyetracking
AS Desroches, MF Joanisse, EK Robertson
Cognition 100 (3), B32-B42, 2006
1032006
The roles of tonal and segmental information in Mandarin spoken word recognition: An eyetracking study
JG Malins, MF Joanisse
Journal of Memory and Language 62 (4), 407-420, 2010
1012010
Setting the tone: An ERP investigation of the influences of phonological similarity on spoken word recognition in Mandarin Chinese
JG Malins, MF Joanisse
Neuropsychologia, 2012
692012
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