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Gregory Hickok
Gregory Hickok
Distinguished Professor, Cognitive Sciences & Language Sciences, University of California, Irvine
Verified email at uci.edu
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The cortical organization of speech processing
G Hickok, D Poeppel
Nature reviews neuroscience 8 (5), 393-402, 2007
59452007
Dorsal and ventral streams: a framework for understanding aspects of the functional anatomy of language
G Hickok, D Poeppel
Cognition 92 (1-2), 67-99, 2004
26202004
Towards a functional neuroanatomy of speech perception
G Hickok, D Poeppel
Trends in cognitive sciences 4 (4), 131-138, 2000
15232000
Eight problems for the mirror neuron theory of action understanding in monkeys and humans
G Hickok
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 21 (7), 1229-1243, 2009
12982009
A neural dissociation within language: Evidence that the mental dictionary is part of declarative memory, and that grammatical rules are processed by the procedural system
MT Ullman, S Corkin, M Coppola, G Hickok, JH Growdon, WJ Koroshetz, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 9 (2), 266-276, 1997
12301997
Computational neuroanatomy of speech production
G Hickok
Nature reviews neuroscience 13 (2), 135-145, 2012
9752012
Sensorimotor integration in speech processing: computational basis and neural organization
G Hickok, J Houde, F Rong
Neuron 69 (3), 407-422, 2011
8982011
Auditory–motor interaction revealed by fMRI: speech, music, and working memory in area Spt
G Hickok, B Buchsbaum, C Humphries, T Muftuler
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 15 (5), 673-682, 2003
8592003
The myth of mirror neurons: The real neuroscience of communication and cognition
G Hickok
WW Norton & Company, 2014
6462014
Role of left posterior superior temporal gyrus in phonological processing for speech perception and production
BR Buchsbaum, G Hickok, C Humphries
Cognitive science 25 (5), 663-678, 2001
5382001
The functional neuroanatomy of language
G Hickok
Physics of life reviews 6 (3), 121-143, 2009
4902009
Towards a new functional anatomy of language
D Poeppel, G Hickok
Cognition 92 (1-2), 1-12, 2004
4742004
Recency preference in the human sentence processing mechanism
E Gibson, N Pearlmutter, E Canseco-Gonzalez, G Hickok
Cognition 59 (1), 23-59, 1996
3921996
Conduction aphasia, sensory-motor integration, and phonological short-term memory–an aggregate analysis of lesion and fMRI data
BR Buchsbaum, J Baldo, K Okada, KF Berman, N Dronkers, M D’Esposito, ...
Brain and language 119 (3), 119-128, 2011
3632011
Towards a new neurobiology of language
D Poeppel, K Emmorey, G Hickok, L Pylkkänen
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (41), 14125-14131, 2012
3522012
Anatomy of aphasia revisited
J Fridriksson, DB den Ouden, AE Hillis, G Hickok, C Rorden, A Basilakos, ...
Brain 141 (3), 848-862, 2018
3402018
Neural correlates of lexicon and grammar: Evidence from the production, reading, and judgment of inflection in aphasia
MT Ullman, R Pancheva, T Love, E Yee, D Swinney, G Hickok
Brain and Language 93 (2), 185-238, 2005
3162005
The role of Broca's area in sentence comprehension
C Rogalsky, G Hickok
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (7), 1664-1680, 2011
3022011
Hierarchical organization of human auditory cortex: evidence from acoustic invariance in the response to intelligible speech
K Okada, F Rong, J Venezia, W Matchin, IH Hsieh, K Saberi, JT Serences, ...
Cerebral Cortex 20 (10), 2486-2495, 2010
2992010
Visual stimuli activate auditory cortex in deaf subjects: evidence from MEG
EM Finney, BA Clementz, G Hickok, KR Dobkins
Neuroreport 14 (11), 1425-1427, 2003
2962003
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