Christina M Karns
Affiliation: University of Oregon
- Auditory attention in childhood and adolescence: An event-related potential study of spatial selective attention to one of two simultaneous storiesChristina M Karns
Department of Psychology, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97405, United States Electronic address
Dev Cogn Neurosci 13:53-67. 2015..In light of the developmental differences we demonstrate, researchers conducting future attention studies of children and adolescents should be wary of combining analyses across diverse ages. ..
- Altered cross-modal processing in the primary auditory cortex of congenitally deaf adults: a visual-somatosensory fMRI study with a double-flash illusionChristina M Karns
Department of Psychology and Institute of Neuroscience, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97403, USA
J Neurosci 32:9626-38. 2012..Our results demonstrate that congenital and profound deafness alters how vision and somatosensation are processed in primary auditory cortex...
- Intermodal auditory, visual, and tactile attention modulates early stages of neural processingChristina M Karns
University of California Berkeley, USA
J Cogn Neurosci 21:669-83. 2009..Together, these results suggest that intermodal attention enhances neural processing relatively early in the sensory stream independent from differential effects of spatial and intramodal selective attention...
- The role of awareness in semantic and syntactic processing: an ERP attentional blink studyLaura Batterink
Psychology Department, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403, USA
J Cogn Neurosci 22:2514-29. 2010..Syntactic findings suggest that the ERP response to some syntactic violations depends on awareness and availability of attentional resources...
- Dissociable mechanisms supporting awareness: the P300 and gamma in a linguistic attentional blink taskLaura Batterink
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, USA
Cereb Cortex 22:2733-44. 2012..We conclude that the P300 and gamma activity reflect functionally distinct neural mechanisms, each of which plays an independent role in awareness...