Michelle de Haan
Affiliation: University College London
- Brain activity differentiates face and object processing in 6-month-old infantsM de Haan
Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, Institute of Child Health, University College London, England
Dev Psychol 35:1113-21. 1999..Results show that infants' experience with specific examples within categories and their general category knowledge influence the neural correlates of visual processing...
- Brain and cognitive-behavioural development after asphyxia at term birthMichelle de Haan
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, University College London, Institute of Child Health, UK
Dev Sci 9:350-8. 2006....
- Human memory development and its dysfunction after early hippocampal injuryMichelle de Haan
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, University College London Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1EH, UK
Trends Neurosci 29:374-81. 2006..This review is part of the INMED/TINS special issue "Nature and nurture in brain development and neurological disorders", based on presentations at the annual INMED/TINS symposium (http://inmednet.com/)...
- Development of face-sensitive event-related potentials during infancy: a reviewMichelle de Haan
Institute of Child Health, University College London, UK
Int J Psychophysiol 51:45-58. 2003..The theoretical importance of ERP studies of face processing in infants for debates about the origins and domain specificity of the adult cortical face processing system are discussed...
- Specialization of neural mechanisms underlying face recognition in human infantsMichelle de Haan
University College London, UK
J Cogn Neurosci 14:199-209. 2002..These findings suggest a process of gradual specialization of cortical face processing systems during postnatal development...
- Explicit memory in low-risk infants aged 19 months born between 27 and 42 weeks of gestationM de Haan
Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, Institute of Child Health, University College London, UK
Dev Med Child Neurol 42:304-12. 2000..These results suggest that specific cognitive deficits can occur as a function of preterm birth even in low-risk infants...
- Impaired everyday memory associated with encephalopathy of severe malaria: the role of seizures and hippocampal damageMichael Kihara
The Centre for Geographical Medicine Research, Kenya Medical Research Institute, Kilifi, Kenya
Malar J 8:273. 2009..Prolonged febrile seizures are associated with hippocampal damage and impaired memory. It was hypothesized that severe malaria causes impaired everyday memory which may be associated with hippocampal damage...
- Heterogeneity in the patterns of neural abnormality in autistic spectrum disorders: evidence from ERP and MRIClaire H Salmond
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, Institute of Child Health, University College London, London, UK
Cortex 43:686-99. 2007..These data provide convergent ERP and MRI evidence for the heterogeneity of neural abnormality in ASD in relation to variations in intelligence...
- Deferred imitation of action sequences in developmental amnesiaAnna Lynne R Adlam
Institute of Child Health, London, UK
J Cogn Neurosci 17:240-8. 2005..This difference in severity of memory impairment might reflect differences in extent of pathology and/or age at injury...
- Recognition memory is impaired in children after prolonged febrile seizuresMarina M Martinos
Developmental Cognitive Neurosciences Unit, UCL Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1EH, UK
Brain 135:3153-64. 2012..The persistence of these impairments a year onwards signals the potential benefits of intervention in these children who run the risk of developing episodic memory deficits in later childhood...
- Developing a brain specialized for face perception: a converging methods approachMichelle de Haan
Institute of Child Health, University College London, Developmental Cognitive, Neurosciences Unit, The Wolfson Centre, Mecklenburgh Square, London WCIN ZAP, United Kingdom
Dev Psychobiol 40:200-12. 2002..In this way, cortical specialization for face processing is an emergent product of the interaction of factors both intrinsic and extrinsic to the developing child...
- Maternal personality and infants' neural and visual responsivity to facial expressions of emotionMichelle de Haan
Institute of Child Health, University College London, UK
J Child Psychol Psychiatry 45:1209-18. 2004..The aim of this study was to investigate the potential role of experience in the development of the ability to process facial expressions of emotion...
- Ophthalmological, cognitive, electrophysiological and MRI assessment of visual processing in preterm children without major neuromotor impairmentMichelle O'Reilly
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, UCL Institute of Child Health, London, UK
Dev Sci 13:692-705. 2010..Whilst this P100 finding suggests that subtle abnormalities may exist at the neurophysiological level, we conclude that visual dysfunction is not systematically associated with preterm birth in the context of normal neurological status...
- Functional brain network organisation of children between 2 and 5 years derived from reconstructed activity of cortical sources of high-density EEG recordingsJoe Bathelt
University College London Institute of Child Health, UK
Neuroimage 82:595-604. 2013..The findings replicate the pattern of closer functional integration over development described for other imaging modalities (Fair et al., 2008; Power et al., 2010)...
- Nocturnal oxygen desaturation and disordered sleep as a potential factor in executive dysfunction in sickle cell anemiaMatthew J Hollocks
Neurosciences and Mental Health, Institute of Child Health, University College London, United Kingdom
J Int Neuropsychol Soc 18:168-73. 2012..Nocturnal hemoglobin oxygen desaturation and sleep fragmentation may be a contributing factor to executive dysfunction in SCA...