Environmental Sounds and Language: List of references
 
 


JOURNAL ARTICLES


Saygin, A.P. & Leech, R. (in press). Brain and Language.


Saygin, A.P., Leech, R., & Dick, F. (2010) Nonverbal auditory agnosia with lesion to Wernicke’s area. Neuropsychologia, 47(14): 3275-8.


Cummings, A., Saygin, A.P., Bates, E., & Dick, F. (2009) Infants’ recognition of meaningful verbal and nonverbal sounds. Language Learning and Development, 5: 172–0.19


Cummings, A., Ceponiene, R., Koyama, A., Saygin, A.P. & Dick, F. (2006). Auditory semantic networks for words and natural sounds. Brain Research. 1115(1):92-107.


Dick F, Saygin AP, Galati G, Pitzalis S, Bentrovato S, D'Amico S, Wilson S, Bates E, & Pizzamiglio L. (2007) What is Involved and What is Necessary for Complex Linguistic and Nonlinguistic Auditory Processing: Evidence from Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Lesion Data. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 19(5):799-816.


Redcay E, Kennedy DP, Courchesne E. (2007) fMRI during natural sleep as a method to study brain function during early childhood. NEUROIMAGE 38 (4): 696-707.


Saygin, A.P., Dick, F., & Bates, E. (2005). An online task for contrasting auditory processing in the verbal and nonverbal domains and norms for younger and older adults. Behavior Research Methods, 37(1), 99-110. pdf


Saygin, A.P., Dick, F., Wilson, S.M., Dronkers, N.F. & Bates, E. (2003) Neural resources for processing language and environmental sounds: Evidence from aphasia. Brain, 126(4), 928-945. pdf


Dick, F., Bussiere, J. & Saygin, A.P. (2002) The effects of linguistic mediation on the identification of environmental sounds. Center for Research in Language Newsletter 14(3). abstract    pdf


ABSTRACTS


Borovsky, A., Saygin, A.P., Cummings, A., Bates, E., Trauner, D., & Dick, F. (2006). Contrasting nonlinguistic and linguistic auditory processing in children with early focal lesions and language impairment. 12th Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing. Nijmegen, the Netherlands.


Cummings, A., Dick, F., Saygin, A., Townsend, J., & Ceponiene, R. (2005). Detecting meaning from words and sounds: An event-related potential study. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. New York, NY.


Cummings, A., Saygin, A. P., Dick, F., Bates, E. (2004). Is there a dissociation between verbal and environmental sound processing in young children? 14th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, May 5-8, 2004, Chicago, Illinois.


Dick, F., Saygin, A.P., Wilson, S.M., Sereno, M. I., Pitzalis, S., Galati, G., Bentrovato, S., D'Amico, S., Pizzamiglio, L. & Bates, E. (2003). What is involved, and what is necessary for complex linguistic and non-linguistic auditory processing - a quantitative comparison. J Cogn Neurosci. Suppl: F168, p. 210.


Saygin, A.P. & Moineau, S. (2002) Auditory agnosia with preserved verbal comprehension after unilateral left hemisphere lesion involving Wernicke's area. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts Vol 28, 673.7.


Dick, F., Galati, G., Pitzalis, S., Hagberg, G., Bentrovato, S., D'Amico, S., Saygin, A.P., Pizzamiglio, L. & Bates, E. (2002). Bold fMRI response evoked by processing of environmental sounds and their linguistic equivalents. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts Vol 28, 583.5


Saygin, A.P., Dronkers, N., Dick, F., Ludy, C. & Bates, E. (2002) Deficits in processing meaningful nonverbal sounds in patients with aphasia. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Suppl., 154. (Please cite Saygin et al., 2003 instead)


Saygin, A.P., Dick, F.& Bates, E. (2001). Linguistic and nonlinguistic auditory processing in aphasia. Brain and Language, 79(1), pp.143-145. (Please cite Saygin et al., 2003 instead)


RELATED THESES OR REPORTS



Saygin, A.P. (2005). Embodied Perception: Neuropsychological Experiments on Language, Vision and Attention. Ph.D. Thesis. University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA.


Dick, F. (2003). Language in a sensorimotor brain. Unpublished PhD thesis. University of California San Diego, Department of Cognitive Science.


Saygin, A.P. (2001). Contrasting verbal and non-verbal auditory processing in aphasia. Unpublished MS thesis. University of California San Diego, Department of Cognitive Science.


PAPERS AND PROJECTS IN PROGRESS IN CRL


Cummings, A., Ceponiene, R., Dick, F., Saygin, A.P., & Townsend, J. (submitted). A developmental ERP study of verbal and non-verbal semantic processing.


Contrasting verbal and nonverbal auditory processing in normally developing children and children with language impairment (Saygin, Borovsky, Trauner, Dick).


Contrasting verbal and nonverbal auditory processing in normally developing children and children with epileptic aphasia.


Contrasting verbal and nonverbal auditory processing in infancy using preferential looking methods. (Cummings, Saygin, Bates, Dick)



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