Previous Publications – How Deaf People Read
- Emmorey, K., Midgley, K.J., Kohen, C., Sevcikova Sehyr, Z., & Holcomb, P.J. (2017). The N170 ERP component differs in laterality, distribution, and association with continuous reading measures for deaf and hearing readers. Neuropsychologia, 106, 298-309.
- Meade, G., Midgley, K., Sevickova Sehyr, Z., Holcomb, P., & Emmorey, K. (2017). Implicit co-activation of American Sign Language in deaf readers: An ERP study. Brain and Language, 170, 5061. Click to request PDF
- Mehravari, A., Emmorey, K., Prat, C., Klarman, L., & Osterhout, L. (2017). Brain-based individual difference measures of reading skill in deaf and hearing adults. Neuropsychologia, 101, 153-168. Click to request PDF
- Emmorey, K., McCullough, S., & Weisberg, J. (2016). The neural underpinnings of reading skill in deaf adults. Brain and Language, 160, 11-20.
- Sevcikova Sehyr, Z., Petrich, J., & Emmorey, K. (2016). Fingerspelled and printed words are recoded into a speech-based code in short-term memory. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education.
- Emmorey, K., McCullough, S., & Weisberg, J. (2015). Neural correlates of fingerspelling, text, and sign processing in deaf ASL-English bilinguals. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience, 30(6), 749-767. Click to request PDF
- Emmorey, K., Weisberg, J., McCullough, S., & Petrich, J. A. F. (2013). Mapping the reading circuitry for skilled deaf readers: An fMRI study of semantic and phonological processing. Brain and Language, 126, 169-180.
- Emmorey, K., & Petrich, J. (2012). Processing orthographic structure: Associations between print and fingerspelling. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 17(2), 194-204.