Jennifer E. Minas
Jennifer E. Minas
McGovern Institute for Brain Research, MIT
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei mit.edu
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Distinct representations of subtraction and multiplication in the neural systems for numerosity and language
J Prado, R Mutreja, H Zhang, R Mehta, AS Desroches, JE Minas, ...
Human brain mapping 32 (11), 1932-1947, 2011
1102011
Functional brain organization of working memory in adolescents varies in relation to family income and academic achievement
AS Finn, JE Minas, JA Leonard, AP Mackey, J Salvatore, C Goetz, ...
Developmental Science 20 (5), e12450, 2017
612017
Differential effects of orthographic and phonological consistency in cortex for children with and without reading impairment
DJ Bolger, J Minas, DD Burman, JR Booth
Neuropsychologia 46 (14), 3210-3224, 2008
492008
The neural correlates of reading fluency deficits in children
N Langer, C Benjamin, J Minas, N Gaab
Cerebral Cortex 25 (6), 1441-1453, 2015
372015
Children with reading disability show brain differences in effective connectivity for visual, but not auditory word comprehension
L Liu, A Vira, E Friedman, J Minas, D Bolger, T Bitan, J Booth
PLoS One 5 (10), e13492, 2010
302010
Native-language N400 and P600 predict dissociable language-learning abilities in adults
Z Qi, SD Beach, AS Finn, J Minas, C Goetz, B Chan, JDE Gabrieli
Neuropsychologia 98, 177-191, 2017
192017
Acquisition of the complex three-way Korean plosive contrast by native English speakers
T Perrachione, AS Finn, J Minas, C Tan, B Chan, JD Gabrieli
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (4), 2354-2355, 2014
2014
Atypical sulcal patterns in pre-readers and beginning readers with a familial risk for developmental dyslexia
K Im, N Raschle, J Zuk, J Minas, O Ozranov-Palchik, N Gaab, PE Grant
Language Learning Efficacy in Adults is Predicted by the Electrophysiological Markers of Native-Language Processing
SD Beach, Z Qi, AS Finn, J Minas, C Goetz, B Chan, JDE Gabrieli
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