David Woods
David Woods
Professor Emeritus of Neurology, UC Davis;
Verified email at ucdavis.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Contributions of temporal-parietal junction to the human auditory P3
RT Knight, D Scabini, DL Woods, CC Clayworth
Brain research 502 (1), 109-116, 1989
5961989
Shape perception reduces activity in human primary visual cortex
SO Murray, D Kersten, BA Olshausen, P Schrater, DL Woods
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (23), 15164-15169, 2002
5022002
Intermodal selective attention. II. Effects of attentional load on processing of auditory and visual stimuli in central space
K Alho, DL Woods, A Algazi, R Näätänen
Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 82 (5), 356-368, 1992
4001992
A distributed cortical network for auditory sensory memory in humans
C Alain, DL Woods, RT Knight
Brain research 812 (1-2), 23-37, 1998
3691998
Lesions of frontal cortex diminish the auditory mismatch negativity
K Alho, DL Woods, A Algazi, RT Knight, R Näätänen
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 91 (5), 353-362, 1994
3411994
Evoked potential audiometry
TW Picton, DL Woods, J Baribeau-Braun, TMG Healey
J Otolaryngol 6 (2), 90-119, 1977
3261977
Attentional modulation of human auditory cortex
CI Petkov, X Kang, K Alho, O Bertrand, EW Yund, DL Woods
Nature neuroscience 7 (6), 658, 2004
3142004
The effects of frontal cortex lesions on event-related potentials during auditory selective attention
RT Knight, SA Hillyard, DL Woods, HJ Neville
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 52 (6), 571-582, 1981
3141981
Intracerebral sources of human auditory-evoked potentials
TW Picton, C Alain, DL Woods, MS John, M Scherg, P Valdes-Sosa, ...
Audiology and Neurotology 4 (2), 64-79, 1999
2881999
The effects of frontal and temporal-parietal lesions on the auditory evoked potential in man
RT Knight, SA Hillyard, DL Woods, HJ Neville
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 50 (1-2), 112-124, 1980
2811980
Generators of middle-and long-latency auditory evoked potentials: implications from studies of patients with bitemporal lesions
DL Woods, CC Clayworth, RT Knight, GV Simpson, MA Naeser
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Evoked Potentials …, 1987
2671987
Anatomical and Physiological Substrates of Event‐Related Potentials: Two Case Studiesa
CC Wood, G McCARTHY, NK Squires, HG Vaughan, DL Woods, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 425 (1), 681-721, 1984
2671984
Prefrontal cortex gating of auditory transmission in humans
RT Knight, D Scabini, DL Woods
Brain research 504 (2), 338-342, 1989
2611989
The physiological basis of selective attention: Implications of event-related potential studies
DL Woods
Event-related brain potentials: Basic issues and applications, 178-209, 1990
2571990
Intermodal selective attention. I. Effects on event-related potentials to lateralized auditory and visual stimuli
DL Woods, K Alho, A Algazi
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 82 (5), 341-355, 1992
2561992
Electrophysiologic evidence of increased distractibility after dorsolateral prefrontal lesions
DL Woods, RT Knight
Neurology 36 (2), 212-212, 1986
2451986
Human auditory sustained potentials. II. Stimulus relationships
TW Picton, DL Woods, GB Proulx
Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 45 (2), 198-210, 1978
2401978
Human auditory sustained potentials. I. The nature of the response
TW Picton, DL Woods, GB Proulx
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 45 (2), 186-197, 1978
2141978
The habituation of event-related potentials to speech sounds and tones
DL Woods, R Elmasian
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Evoked Potentials …, 1986
1941986
Age-related changes in processing auditory stimuli during visual attention: evidence for deficits in inhibitory control and sensory memory.
C Alain, DL Woods
Psychology and aging 14 (3), 507, 1999
1881999
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