Aaron J Newman
Aaron J Newman
Professor, Departments of Psychology & Neuroscience, Psychiatry, Surgery, and Pediatrics, Dalhousie
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A critical period for right hemisphere recruitment in American Sign Language processing
AJ Newman, D Bavelier, D Corina, P Jezzard, HJ Neville
Nature neuroscience 5 (1), 76-80, 2002
An event-related fMRI study of syntactic and semantic violations
AJ Newman, R Pancheva, K Ozawa, HJ Neville, MT Ullman
Journal of psycholinguistic research 30, 339-364, 2001
An ERP study of regular and irregular English past tense inflection
AJ Newman, MT Ullman, R Pancheva, DL Waligura, HJ Neville
NeuroImage 34 (1), 435-445, 2007
The influence of language proficiency on lexical semantic processing in native and late learners of English
AJ Newman, A Tremblay, ES Nichols, HJ Neville, MT Ullman
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 24 (5), 1205-1223, 2012
Modeling nonlinear relationships in ERP data using mixed‐effects regression with R examples
A Tremblay, AJ Newman
Psychophysiology 52 (1), 124-139, 2015
Brain systems mediating semantic and syntactic processing in deaf native signers: Biological invariance and modality specificity
CM Capek, G Grossi, AJ Newman, SL McBurney, D Corina, B Roeder, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (21), 8784-8789, 2009
Neural systems supporting linguistic structure, linguistic experience, and symbolic communication in sign language and gesture
AJ Newman, T Supalla, N Fernandez, EL Newport, D Bavelier
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (37), 11684-11689, 2015
Dissociating neural subsystems for grammar by contrasting word order and inflection
AJ Newman, T Supalla, P Hauser, EL Newport, D Bavelier
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (16), 7539-7544, 2010
The cortical organization of audio-visual sentence comprehension: an fMRI study at 4 Tesla
CM Capek, D Bavelier, D Corina, AJ Newman, P Jezzard, HJ Neville
Cognitive brain research 20 (2), 111-119, 2004
Prosodic and narrative processing in American Sign Language: An fMRI study
AJ Newman, T Supalla, PC Hauser, EL Newport, D Bavelier
Neuroimage 52 (2), 669-676, 2010
Encoding, rehearsal, and recall in signers and speakers: Shared network but differential engagement
D Bavelier, AJ Newman, M Mukherjee, P Hauser, S Kemeny, A Braun, ...
Cerebral cortex 18 (10), 2263-2274, 2008
Interplay between morphology and frequency in lexical access: The case of the base frequency effect
J Vannest, EL Newport, AJ Newman, D Bavelier
Brain research 1373, 144-159, 2011
Sensitivity to white matter FMRI activation increases with field strength
EL Mazerolle, JR Gawryluk, KNH Dillen, SA Patterson, KW Feindel, ...
PloS one 8 (3), e58130, 2013
Neurophysiological assessment of acute pain in infants: a scoping review of research methods
B Benoit, R Martin‐Misener, A Newman, M Latimer, M Campbell‐Yeo
Acta Paediatrica 106 (7), 1053-1066, 2017
Do emotion-induced blindness and the attentional blink share underlying mechanisms? An event-related potential study of emotionally-arousing words
J MacLeod, BM Stewart, AJ Newman, KM Arnell
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 17, 592-611, 2017
Changes in N400 topography following intensive speech language therapy for individuals with aphasia
KR Wilson, H O’Rourke, LA Wozniak, E Kostopoulos, Y Marchand, ...
Brain and language 123 (2), 94-103, 2012
How the mass counts: An electrophysiological approach to the processing of lexical features
K Steinhauer, R Pancheva, AJ Newman, S Gennari, MT Ullman
Neuroreport 12 (5), 999-1005, 2001
Distinct electrophysiological patterns in the processing of regular and irregular verbs
A Newman, R Izvorski, L Davis, H Neville, MT Ullman
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Supplement 47, 1999
Handles of manipulable objects attract covert visual attention: ERP evidence
H Matheson, AJ Newman, J Satel, P McMullen
Brain and cognition 86, 17-23, 2014
Electrophysiological markers of biological motion and human form recognition
NC White, JM Fawcett, AJ Newman
Neuroimage 84, 854-867, 2014
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