Kenneth R. Pugh focuses on Cognitive psychology, Dyslexia, Reading, Lateralization of brain function and Reading disability. Kenneth R. Pugh has researched Cognitive psychology in several fields, including Nicotine, Audiology, Angular gyrus and Brain mapping. His Reading study incorporates themes from Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Phonology.
Kenneth R. Pugh interconnects Word recognition, Neuroimaging and Temporal lobe in the investigation of issues within Lateralization of brain function. The Reading disability study combines topics in areas such as Developmental psychology and Language disorder. In his study, Functional organization, Brain activation, Letter recognition and Left inferior frontal gyrus is inextricably linked to Inferior frontal gyrus, which falls within the broad field of Temporal dynamics of music and language.
Kenneth R. Pugh mainly focuses on Cognitive psychology, Reading, Dyslexia, Cognition and Functional magnetic resonance imaging. The concepts of his Cognitive psychology study are interwoven with issues in Inferior frontal gyrus, Word recognition, Phonology and Orthography. Kenneth R. Pugh studies Reading, focusing on Reading disability in particular.
As part of the same scientific family, Kenneth R. Pugh usually focuses on Reading disability, concentrating on Language disorder and intersecting with Fluency. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Dyslexia, narrowing it down to issues related to the Learning to read, and often Spoken language. His Functional magnetic resonance imaging research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biological theories of dyslexia, Temporal lobe, Functional imaging and Brain mapping.
His primary areas of study are Reading, Cognitive psychology, Literacy, Audiology and Dyslexia. His work carried out in the field of Reading brings together such families of science as Neuroimaging, Cognition and Spoken language. His Cognitive psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Orthography, Speech processing, Stimulus, Phonology and Writing system.
Kenneth R. Pugh focuses mostly in the field of Literacy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Brain activity and meditation and, in certain cases, Variation. Kenneth R. Pugh has included themes like Arcuate fasciculus, Developmental language disorder, Superior longitudinal fasciculus and Comprehension in his Audiology study. His studies deal with areas such as Developmental trajectory, Fractional anisotropy, Learning disability and Words per minute as well as Dyslexia.
His primary areas of study are Reading, Audiology, Dyslexia, Cognitive psychology and Speech processing. His Reading study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Neuroimaging, Literacy and German. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance and Active listening.
His Dyslexia research incorporates elements of Developmental trajectory, Reading skills and Words per minute. Cognitive psychology and Matching are two areas of study in which Kenneth R. Pugh engages in interdisciplinary research. Kenneth R. Pugh interconnects Event-related potential, Place of articulation, Speech perception, Phonological awareness and Phonology in the investigation of issues within Speech processing.
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Sex differences in the functional organization of the brain for language
Bennett A. Shaywitz;Sally E. Shaywltz;Kenneth R. Pugh;Kenneth R. Pugh;R. Todd Constable.
Disruption of posterior brain systems for reading in children with developmental dyslexia.
Bennett A Shaywitz;Sally E Shaywitz;Kenneth R Pugh;Kenneth R Pugh;W.Einar Mencl;W.Einar Mencl.
Biological Psychiatry (2002)
Functional disruption in the organization of the brain for reading in dyslexia
S E Shaywitz;B A Shaywitz;K R Pugh;R K Fulbright.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1998)
Development of left occipitotemporal systems for skilled reading in children after a phonologically- based intervention.
Bennett A Shaywitz;Sally E Shaywitz;Benita A Blachman;Kenneth R Pugh;Kenneth R Pugh.
Biological Psychiatry (2004)
Cerebral organization of component processes in reading
Pugh Kr;Shaywitz Ba;Shaywitz Se;Constable Rt.
Functional neuroimaging studies of reading and reading disability (developmental dyslexia)
Kenneth R. Pugh;Kenneth R. Pugh;W. Einar Mencl;W. Einar Mencl;Annette R. Jenner;Annette R. Jenner;Leonard Katz;Leonard Katz.
Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews (2000)
Persistence of dyslexia: the Connecticut Longitudinal Study at adolescence.
Sally E. Shaywitz;Jack M. Fletcher;John M. Holahan;Abigail E. Shneider.
Neural systems for compensation and persistence: young adult outcome of childhood reading disability.
Sally E Shaywitz;Bennett A Shaywitz;Robert K Fulbright;Pawel Skudlarski.
Biological Psychiatry (2003)
Neurobiological studies of reading and reading disability.
Kenneth R Pugh;Kenneth R Pugh;W.Einar Mencl;W.Einar Mencl;Annette R Jenner;Annette R Jenner;Leonard Katz;Leonard Katz.
Journal of Communication Disorders (2001)
The Angular Gyrus in Developmental Dyslexia: Task-Specific Differences in Functional Connectivity Within Posterior Cortex:
Kenneth R. Pugh;Kenneth R. Pugh;W. Einar Mencl;W. Einar Mencl;Bennett A. Shaywitz;Sally E. Shaywitz.
Psychological Science (2000)
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