publications

publications by categories in reversed chronological order. generated by jekyll-scholar.

2020

  1. Maternal cerebellar gray matter volume is associated with daughters’ psychotic experience Hashimoto, Naoki, Michaels, Timothy I., Hancock, Roeland, Kusumi, Ichiro, and Hoeft, Fumiko Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2020 [Abs] [Publisher]
  2. Variability in the analysis of a single neuroimaging dataset by many teams Botvinik-Nezer, Rotem, Holzmeister, Felix, Camerer, Colin F., Dreber, Anna, Huber, Juergen, Johannesson, Magnus, Kirchler, Michael, Iwanir, Roni, Mumford, Jeanette A., Adcock, R. Alison, Avesani, Paolo, Baczkowski, Blazej M., Bajracharya, Aahana, Bakst, Leah, Ball, Sheryl, Barilari, Marco, Bault, Nadège, Beaton, Derek, Beitner, Julia, Benoit, Roland G., Berkers, Ruud M. W. J., Bhanji, Jamil P., Biswal, Bharat B., Bobadilla-Suarez, Sebastian, Bortolini, Tiago, Bottenhorn, Katherine L., Bowring, Alexander, Braem, Senne, Brooks, Hayley R., Brudner, Emily G., Calderon, Cristian B., Camilleri, Julia A., Castrellon, Jaime J., Cecchetti, Luca, Cieslik, Edna C., Cole, Zachary J., Collignon, Olivier, Cox, Robert W., Cunningham, William A., Czoschke, Stefan, Dadi, Kamalaker, Davis, Charles P., Luca, Alberto De, Delgado, Mauricio R., Demetriou, Lysia, Dennison, Jeffrey B., Di, Xin, Dickie, Erin W., Dobryakova, Ekaterina, Donnat, Claire L., Dukart, Juergen, Duncan, Niall W., Durnez, Joke, Eed, Amr, Eickhoff, Simon B., Erhart, Andrew, Fontanesi, Laura, Fricke, G. Matthew, Fu, Shiguang, Galván, Adriana, Gau, Remi, Genon, Sarah, Glatard, Tristan, Glerean, Enrico, Goeman, Jelle J., Golowin, Sergej A. E., González-Garcı́a, Carlos, Gorgolewski, Krzysztof J., Grady, Cheryl L., Green, Mikella A., Guassi Moreira, João F., Guest, Olivia, Hakimi, Shabnam, Hamilton, J. Paul, Hancock, Roeland, Handjaras, Giacomo, Harry, Bronson B., Hawco, Colin, Herholz, Peer, Herman, Gabrielle, Heunis, Stephan, Hoffstaedter, Felix, Hogeveen, Jeremy, Holmes, Susan, Hu, Chuan-Peng, Huettel, Scott A., Hughes, Matthew E., Iacovella, Vittorio, Iordan, Alexandru D., Isager, Peder M., Isik, Ayse I., Jahn, Andrew, Johnson, Matthew R., Johnstone, Tom, Joseph, Michael J. E., Juliano, Anthony C., Kable, Joseph W., Kassinopoulos, Michalis, Koba, Cemal, Kong, Xiang-Zhen, Koscik, Timothy R., Kucukboyaci, Nuri Erkut, Kuhl, Brice A., Kupek, Sebastian, Laird, Angela R., Lamm, Claus, Langner, Robert, Lauharatanahirun, Nina, Lee, Hongmi, Lee, Sangil, Leemans, Alexander, Leo, Andrea, Lesage, Elise, Li, Flora, Li, Monica Y. C., Lim, Phui Cheng, Lintz, Evan N., Liphardt, Schuyler W., Losecaat Vermeer, Annabel B., Love, Bradley C., Mack, Michael L., Malpica, Norberto, Marins, Theo, Maumet, Camille, McDonald, Kelsey, McGuire, Joseph T., Melero, Helena, Méndez Leal, Adriana S., Meyer, Benjamin, Meyer, Kristin N., Mihai, Glad, Mitsis, Georgios D., Moll, Jorge, Nielson, Dylan M., Nilsonne, Gustav, Notter, Michael P., Olivetti, Emanuele, Onicas, Adrian I., Papale, Paolo, Patil, Kaustubh R., Peelle, Jonathan E., Pérez, Alexandre, Pischedda, Doris, Poline, Jean-Baptiste, Prystauka, Yanina, Ray, Shruti, Reuter-Lorenz, Patricia A., Reynolds, Richard C., Ricciardi, Emiliano, Rieck, Jenny R., Rodriguez-Thompson, Anais M., Romyn, Anthony, Salo, Taylor, Samanez-Larkin, Gregory R., Sanz-Morales, Emilio, Schlichting, Margaret L., Schultz, Douglas H., Shen, Qiang, Sheridan, Margaret A., Silvers, Jennifer A., Skagerlund, Kenny, Smith, Alec, Smith, David V., Sokol-Hessner, Peter, Steinkamp, Simon R., Tashjian, Sarah M., Thirion, Bertrand, Thorp, John N., Tinghög, Gustav, Tisdall, Loreen, Tompson, Steven H., Toro-Serey, Claudio, Torre Tresols, Juan Jesus, Tozzi, Leonardo, Truong, Vuong, Turella, Luca, Veer, Anna E., Verguts, Tom, Vettel, Jean M., Vijayarajah, Sagana, Vo, Khoi, Wall, Matthew B., Weeda, Wouter D., Weis, Susanne, White, David J., Wisniewski, David, Xifra-Porxas, Alba, Yearling, Emily A., Yoon, Sangsuk, Yuan, Rui, Yuen, Kenneth S. L., Zhang, Lei, Zhang, Xu, Zosky, Joshua E., Nichols, Thomas E., Poldrack, Russell A., and Schonberg, Tom Nature 2020 [Abs] [Publisher] [Full text]

2019

  1. Spoken language proficiency predicts print-speech convergence in beginning readers Marks, Rebecca A., Kovelman, Ioulia, Kepinska, Olga, Oliver, Myriam, Xia, Zhichao, Haft, Stephanie L., Zekelman, Leo, Duong, Priscilla, Uchikoshi, Yuuko, Hancock, Roeland, and Hoeft, Fumiko NeuroImage 2019 [Abs] [Publisher] [Full text]
  2. Social Intelligence: The Adaptive Advantages of Nonverbal Communication Buck, Ross, Stifano, Stephen, Graham, Brett, Hancock, Roeland, and Allred, Ryan J 2019
  3. The Neurobiology of Dyslexia Kearns, Devin M, Hancock, Roeland, Hoeft, Fumiko, Pugh, Kenneth R, and Frost, Stephen J TEACHING Exceptional Children 2019 [Publisher]

2018

  1. Brain basis of cognitive resilience: Prefrontal cortex predicts better reading comprehension in relation to decoding Patael, Smadar, Farris, Emily A, Black, Jessica M, Hancock, Roeland, Gabrieli, JDE, Cutting, Laurie, and Hoeft, Fumiko PLOS ONE 2018 [Publisher] [Full text]

2017

  1. Neurobiological bases of reading disability part I: Etiological investigations. Xia, Z., Hancock, Roeland, and Hoeft, Fumiko Language and Linguistics Compass 2017 [Full text]
  2. Neural Noise Hypothesis of Developmental Dyslexia Hancock, Roeland, Pugh, Kenneth R, and Hoeft, Fumiko Trends in Cognitive Sciences 2017 [Full text]
  3. GABA editing with macromolecule suppression using an improved MEGA-SPECIAL sequence Gu, Meng, Hurd, Ralph, Noeske, Ralph, Baltusis, Laima, Hancock, Roeland, Sacchet, Matthew D, Gotlib, Ian H, Chin, Frederick T, and Spielman, Daniel M Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 2017 [Full text]
  4. Intergenerational transmission of reading and reading brain networks Hoeft, Fumiko, and \textbfHancock, R., 2017
  5. Possible roles for fronto-striatal circuits in reading disorder. Hancock, Roeland, Richlan, Fabio, and Hoeft, Fumiko Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 2017 [Full text]

2016

  1. Female-specific intergenerational transmission patterns of the human corticolimbic circuitry Yamagata, Bun, Murayama, Kou, Black, Jessica M, Hancock, Roeland, Mimura, Masaru, Yang, Tony T, Reiss, Allan L, and Hoeft, Fumiko The Journal of neuroscience 2016 [Full text]
  2. Shared temporoparietal dysfunction in dyslexia and typical readers with discrepantly high IQ Hancock, Roeland, Gabrieli, JDE, and Hoeft, F Trends in Neuroscience and Education 2016 [Full text]
  3. Processing Relative Clauses in Chinese: Evidence from Event-Related Potentials Xiaoxia, Sun, Hancock, Roeland, Bever, Thomas G, Xiaoguang, Cheng, Schmidt, Lüder, and Seifert, Uwe Chinese Journal of Applied Linguistics 2016 [Full text]

2015

  1. Universal brain signature of proficient reading: Evidence from four contrasting languages. Rueckl, Jay G, Paz-Alonso, Pedro M, Molfese, Peter J, Kuo, Wen-Jui, Bick, Atira, Frost, Stephen J, Hancock, Roeland, Wu, Denise H, Mencl, William Einar, Duñabeitia, Jon Andoni, Lee, Jun-Ren, Oliver, Myriam, Zevin, Jason D, Hoeft, Fumiko, Carreiras, Manuel, Tzeng, Ovid J L, Pugh, Kenneth R, and Frost, Ram Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2015 [Full text]

2014

  1. U.S. Patent No 8306356B1 Bever, Thomas G, Nicholas, C D, \textbfHancock, R., , and Alcock, K W 2014
  2. Neuroimaging correlations of handwriting quality as children learn to read and write Gimenez, Paul, Bugescu, Nicolle, Black, Jessica, Hancock, Roeland, Pugh, Kenneth, Nagamine, Masanori, Kutner, Emily, Mazaika, Paul, Hendren, Robert, McCandliss, Bruce, and Hoeft, Fumiko Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 2014 [Full text]
  3. White matter morphometric changes uniquely predict children’s reading acquisition. Myers, Chelsea A, Vandermosten, Maaike, Farris, Emily A, \textbfHancock, R., , Gimenez, Paul, Black, Jessica M, Casto, Brandi, Drahos, Miroslav, Tumber, Mandeep, Hendren, Robert L, Hulme, Charles, and Hoeft, Fumiko Psychological Science 2014

2009

  1. The study of syntactic cycles as an experimental science \textbfHancock, R., , and Bever, Thomas G 2009

2008

  1. Language as ergonomic perfection Piattelli-Palmarini, Massimo, \textbfHancock, R., , and Bever, Thomas G Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2008