Karin H. James
Karin H. James
Associate Professor of Psychology, Indiana University
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The effects of handwriting experience on functional brain development in pre-literate children
KH James, L Engelhardt
Trends in neuroscience and education 1 (1), 32-42, 2012
Sensori‐motor experience leads to changes in visual processing in the developing brain
KH James
Developmental science 13 (2), 279-288, 2010
Letter processing automatically recruits a sensory–motor brain network
KH James, I Gauthier
Neuropsychologia 44 (14), 2937-2949, 2006
Letter processing in the visual system: different activation patterns for single letters and strings
KH James, TW James, G Jobard, ACN Wong, I Gauthier
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 5 (4), 452-466, 2005
The role of sensorimotor learning in the perception of letter-like forms: Tracking the causes of neural specialization for letters
KH James, TP Atwood
Cognitive Neuropsychology 26 (1), 91-110, 2009
“Active” and “passive” learning of three-dimensional object structure within an immersive virtual reality environment
KH James, GK Humphrey, T Vilis, B Corrie, R Baddour, MA Goodale
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 34 (3), 383-390, 2002
Only self‐generated actions create sensori‐motor systems in the developing brain
KH James, SN Swain
Developmental science 14 (4), 673-678, 2011
Manipulating and recognizing virtual objects: where the action is.
KH James, GK Humphrey, MA Goodale
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2001
The importance of handwriting experience on the development of the literate brain
KH James
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (6), 502-508, 2017
Handwriting generates variable visual output to facilitate symbol learning.
JX Li, KH James
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (3), 298, 2016
Brain activation patterns resulting from learning letter forms through active self-production and passive observation in young children
AJ Kersey, KH James
Frontiers in psychology 4, 60592, 2013
Auditory verb perception recruits motor systems in the developing brain: an fMRI investigation
KH James, J Maouene
Developmental Science 12 (6), F26-F34, 2009
Do visual and tactile object representations share the same neural substrate
TW James, KH James, GK Humphrey, MA Goodale
Touch and blindness: Psychology and neuroscience, 139-155, 2006
The neural correlates of attempting to suppress negative versus neutral memories
AJ Butler, KH James
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 10 (2), 182-194, 2010
Visual-motor functional connectivity in preschool children emerges after handwriting experience
S Vinci-Booher, TW James, KH James
Trends in Neuroscience and Education 5 (3), 107-120, 2016
Historical review of North Sea exploration
TP Brennand, B Van Hoorn, KH James, KW Glennie
Petroleum geology of the North Sea: Basic concepts and recent advances, 1-41, 1998
The development of multileveled writing systems of the brain
KH James, RJ Jao, V Berninger
Handbook of writing research, 116-129, 2016
Early biases and developmental changes in self-generated object views
AF Pereira, KH James, SS Jones, LB Smith
Journal of vision 10 (11), 22-22, 2010
Visual–motor symbol production facilitates letter recognition in young children
D Zemlock, S Vinci-Booher, KH James
Reading and Writing 31, 1255-1271, 2018
Gesture for generalization: Gesture facilitates flexible learning of words for actions on objects
EM Wakefield, C Hall, KH James, S Goldin‐Meadow
Developmental science 21 (5), e12656, 2018
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