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Margaret Gullick
Margaret Gullick
Director, Center for Human Services Research, University at Albany SUNY
Verified email at albany.edu
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Tangible words are recognized faster: The grounding of meaning in sensory and perceptual systems
BJ Juhasz, MJ Yap, J Dicke, SC Taylor, MM Gullick
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (9), 1683-1691, 2011
1022011
The direct segment of the arcuate fasciculus is predictive of longitudinal reading change
MM Gullick, JR Booth
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 13, 68-74, 2015
672015
Individual differences in working memory, nonverbal IQ, and mathematics achievement and brain mechanisms associated with symbolic and nonsymbolic number processing
MM Gullick, LA Sprute, E Temple
Learning and Individual Differences 21 (6), 644-654, 2011
632011
Imagining the truth and the moon: an electrophysiological study of abstract and concrete word processing
MM Gullick, P Mitra, D Coch
Psychophysiology 50 (5), 431-440, 2013
572013
Reading skill–fractional anisotropy relationships in visuospatial tracts diverge depending on socioeconomic status
MM Gullick, ÷E Demir‐Lira, JR Booth
Developmental Science 19 (4), 673-685, 2016
562016
Individual Differences in Cross-modal Brain Activity Predict Arcuate Fasciculus Connectivity in Developing Readers
MM Gullick, JR Booth
MIT Press 55 Hayward Street, Cambridge, MA 02142-1315 USA journals-info@ mit†…, 2014
432014
Event-related potentials and development
D Coch, MM Gullick
The Oxford handbook of event-related potential components, 475-511, 2012
432012
Understanding less than nothing: children's neural response to negative numbers shifts across age and accuracy
MM Gullick, G Wolford
Frontiers in psychology 4, 48108, 2013
272013
Understanding less than nothing: Neural distance effects for negative numbers
MM Gullick, G Wolford, E Temple
Neuroimage 62 (1), 542-554, 2012
262012
Brain systems involved in arithmetic with positive versus negative numbers
MM Gullick, G Wolford
Human Brain Mapping 35 (2), 539-551, 2014
242014
The effects of age-of-acquisition on ambiguity resolution: Evidence from eye movements
BJ Juhasz, MM Gullick, LW Shesler
Journal of Eye Movement Research, 2011
142011
Age of acquisition's effect on memory for semantically associated word pairs
MM Gullick, BJ Juhasz
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (8), 1177-1185, 2008
132008
Are historic years understood as numbers or events? An fMRI study of numbers with semantic associations
MM Gullick, E Temple
Brain and Cognition 77 (3), 356-364, 2011
72011
The direct segment of the arcuate fasciculus is predictive of longitudinal reading change. Dev. Cogn. Neurosci. 13, 68–74
MM Gullick, JR Booth
52015
Understanding less than nothing: Investigations into the representation of negative numbers
MM Gullick
Dartmouth College, 2012
52012
Neurocognitive Bases of Crossmodal Integration Deficit in Dyslexia
M Gullick, JR Booth
PsyArXiv, 2019
12019
Understanding less than nothing: An fMRI study of negative number comparisons
MM Gullick, G Wolford, E Temple
Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience†…, 2011
12011
Crossing zero in simple arithmetic with positive and negative numbers
MM Gullick, G Wolford
Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 236-236, 2013
2013
Timelines and Number Lines: Are historic years processed more like numbers or events?
MM Gullick, E Temple
Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2010
2010
The N200 as an Index of Automatic Orthographic Processing in a Reicher-Wheeler Paradigm
MM Gullick, E George, P Mitra, D Coch
Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2008
2008
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