Alexandra Key
Alexandra Key
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
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Linking brainwaves to the brain: an ERP primer
P Alexandra, F Key, GO Dove, MJ Maguire
Developmental neuropsychology 27 (2), 183-215, 2005
Improvement in social competence using a randomized trial of a theatre intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder
BA Corbett, AP Key, L Qualls, S Fecteau, C Newsom, C Coke, P Yoder
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 46, 658-672, 2016
The dual nature of early-life experience on somatosensory processing in the human infant brain
NL Maitre, AP Key, OD Chorna, JC Slaughter, PJ Matusz, MT Wallace, ...
Current Biology 27 (7), 1048-1054, 2017
Emotional reactivity, regulation and childhood stuttering: A behavioral and electrophysiological study
HS Arnold, EG Conture, APF Key, T Walden
Journal of communication disorders 44 (3), 276-293, 2011
Smoking during pregnancy affects speech-processing ability in newborn infants
APF Key, M Ferguson, DL Molfese, K Peach, C Lehman, VJ Molfese
Environmental Health Perspectives 115 (4), 623-629, 2007
EEG-based affect and workload recognition in a virtual driving environment for ASD intervention
J Fan, JW Wade, AP Key, ZE Warren, N Sarkar
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 65 (1), 43-51, 2017
A one-hour sleep restriction impacts brain processing in young children across tasks: evidence from event-related potentials
DL Molfese, A Ivanenko, AF Key, A Roman, VJ Molfese, LM O'Brien, ...
Developmental neuropsychology 38 (5), 317-336, 2013
Event-related potentials in cocaine-exposed children during a Stroop task
LC Mayes, DL Molfese, APF Key, NC Hunter
Neurotoxicology and Teratology 27 (6), 797-813, 2005
Somatosensory event-related potentials and association with tactile behavioral responsiveness patterns in children with ASD
CJ Cascio, C Gu, KB Schauder, AP Key, P Yoder
Brain Topography 28, 895-903, 2015
A Step towards EEG-based brain computer interface for autism intervention
J Fan, JW Wade, D Bian, AP Key, ZE Warren, LC Mion, N Sarkar
2015 37th annual international conference of the IEEE engineering in …, 2015
Processing of novel and familiar faces in infants at average and high risk for autism
APF Key, WL Stone
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 2 (2), 244-255, 2012
Same but different: 9‐month‐old infants at average and high risk for autism look at the same facial features but process them using different brain mechanisms
APF Key, WL Stone
Autism Research 5 (4), 253-266, 2012
Novel assessment of cortical response to somatosensory stimuli in children with hemiparetic cerebral palsy
NL Maitre, ZP Barnett, APF Key
Journal of child neurology 27 (10), 1276-1283, 2012
Audition‐specific temporal processing deficits associated with language function in children with autism spectrum disorder
JH Foss‐Feig, KB Schauder, AP Key, MT Wallace, WL Stone
Autism Research 10 (11), 1845-1856, 2017
Cortical speech sound differentiation in the neonatal intensive care unit predicts cognitive and language development in the first 2 years of life
NL Maitre, WE Lambert, JL Aschner, AP Key
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 55 (9), 834-839, 2013
Neural correlates of cross-modal affective priming by music in Williams syndrome
MD Lense, RL Gordon, APF Key, EM Dykens
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9 (4), 529-537, 2014
Influence of gestational age and postnatal age on speech sound processing in NICU infants
APF Key, EW Lambert, JL Aschner, NL Maitre
Psychophysiology 49 (5), 720-731, 2012
Sleep-disordered breathing affects auditory processing in 5–7-year-old children: evidence from brain recordings
APF Key, DL Molfese, L O'Brien, D Gozal
Developmental neuropsychology 34 (5), 615-628, 2009
Neural mechanisms of mental fatigue elicited by sustained auditory processing
TM Moore, AP Key, A Thelen, BWY Hornsby
Neuropsychologia 106, 371-382, 2017
‘Hungry Eyes’: Visual processing of food images in adults with Prader‐Willi syndrome
APF Key, EM Dykens
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 52 (6), 536-546, 2008
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