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Gu, M., Hurd, R., Noeske, R., Baltusis, L., Hancock, R., Sacchet, M. D., Gotlib, I. H., Chin, F. T., & Spielman, D. M. (2017). GABA editing with macromolecule suppression using an improved MEGA-SPECIAL sequence. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.

Hancock, R., Pugh, K. R., & Hoeft, F. (2017). Neural noise hypothesis of developmental dyslexia. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.

Hancock, R., Richlan, F., & Hoeft, F. (2017). Possible roles for fronto-striatal circuits in reading disorder. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 72, 243–260.

Xia, Z.*, Hancock, R.*, & Hoeft, F. (2017). Neurobiological bases of reading disability part i: etiological investigations. Language and Linguistics Compass.

Hoeft, F. & Hancock, R. (2017). Intergenerational transmission of reading and reading brain networks. In A. Galaburda, N. Gaab, F. Hoeft, & P. McCardle (Eds.), Dyslexia and neuroscience: the Geschwind-Galaburda hypothesis, 30 years later (Chap. 14).

Hancock, R., Gabrieli, J., & Hoeft, F. (2016). Shared temporoparietal dysfunction in dyslexia and typical readers with discrepantly high IQ. Trends in Neuroscience and Education, 5(4), 173–177.

Xiaoxia, S., Hancock, R., Bever, T. G., Xiaoguang, C., Schmidt, L., & Seifert, U. (2016). Processing Relative Clauses in Chinese: Evidence from Event-Related Potentials. Chinese Journal of Applied Linguistics, 39(1), 92–114.

Yamagata, B., Murayama, K., Black, J. M., Hancock, R., Mimura, M., Yang, T. T., Reiss, A. L., & Hoeft, F. (2016). Female-specific intergenerational transmission patterns of the human corticolimbic circuitry. The Journal of Neuroscience, 36(4), 1254–1260.

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Gimenez, P., Bugescu, N., Black, J., Hancock, R., Pugh, K., Nagamine, M., Kutner, E., Mazaika, P., Hendren, R., McCandliss, B., & Hoeft, F. (2014). Neuroimaging correlations of handwriting quality as children learn to read and write. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 5, 155.

Myers, C. A., Vandermosten, M., Farris, E. A., Hancock, R., Gimenez, P., Black, J. M., Casto, B., Drahos, M., Tumber, M., Hendren, R. L., Hulme, C., & Hoeft, F. (2014, October). White matter morphometric changes uniquely predict children’s reading acquisition. Psychological Science, 25(10), 1870–1883.

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