Peter C. Hauser
Peter C. Hauser
National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Do deaf individuals see better?
D Bavelier, MWG Dye, PC Hauser
Trends in cognitive sciences 10 (11), 512-518, 2006
Deaf epistemology: Deafhood and deafness
PC Hauser, A O’Hearn, M McKee, A Steider, D Thew
American annals of the deaf 154 (5), 486-492, 2010
Deaf cognition: Foundations and outcomes
M Marschark, PC Hauser
Oxford University Press, 2008
How deaf children learn: What parents and teachers need to know
M Marschark, PC Hauser
OUP USA, 2012
Is visual selective attention in deaf individuals enhanced or deficient? The case of the useful field of view
MWG Dye, PC Hauser, D Bavelier
PloS one 4 (5), e5640, 2009
Development of deaf and hard-of-hearing students’ executive function
PC Hauser, J Lukomski, T Hillman
Deaf cognition: Foundations and outcomes 286, 308, 2008
Deaf individuals’ bilingual abilities: American Sign Language proficiency, reading skills, and family characteristics
BL Freel, MD Clark, ML Anderson, GL Gilbert, MM Musyoka, PC Hauser
Psychology 2 (01), 18, 2011
A tale of two parks: contemporary fire regimes of Litchfield and Nitmiluk National Parks, monsoonal northern Australia
A Edwards, P Hauser, M Anderson, J McCartney, M Armstrong, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 10 (1), 79-89, 2001
Visual attention in deaf children and adults
MW Dye, PC Hauser, D Bavelier
Deaf cognition: Foundations and outcomes, 250-263, 2008
Sustained attention, selective attention and cognitive control in deaf and hearing children
MWG Dye, PC Hauser
Hearing research 309, 94-102, 2014
Cognitive underpinnings of learning by deaf and hard-of-hearing students
M Marschark, PC Hauser
Deaf cognition: Foundations and outcomes 1973, 3-23, 2008
American sign language-Sentence reproduction test: Development & implications
PC Hauser, R Paludneviciene, T Supalla, D Bavelier
Deaf professionals and designated interpreters: A new paradigm
PC Hauser, KL Finch, AB Hauser
Gallaudet University Press, 2008
When is a difference really different? Learners’ discrimination of linguistic contrasts in American Sign Language
JH Bochner, K Christie, PC Hauser, JM Searls
Language Learning 61 (4), 1302-1327, 2011
Dissociating neural subsystems for grammar by contrasting word order and inflection
AJ Newman, T Supalla, P Hauser, EL Newport, D Bavelier
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (16), 7539-7544, 2010
Factors distinguishing skilled and less skilled deaf readers: Evidence from four orthographies
P Miller, T Kargin, B Guldenoglu, C Rathmann, O Kubus, P Hauser, ...
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 17 (4), 439-462, 2012
What we know and what we don’t know about cognition and deaf learners
PC Hauser, M Marschark
Deaf cognition: Foundations and outcomes, 439-457, 2008
Fingerspelling as a novel gateway into reading fluency in deaf bilinguals
A Stone, G Kartheiser, PC Hauser, LA Petitto, TE Allen
PLoS one 10 (10), e0139610, 2015
Prosodic and narrative processing in American Sign Language: an fMRI study
AJ Newman, T Supalla, PC Hauser, EL Newport, D Bavelier
Neuroimage 52 (2), 669-676, 2010
Encoding, rehearsal, and recall in signers and speakers: Shared network but differential engagement
D Bavelier, AJ Newman, M Mukherjee, P Hauser, S Kemeny, A Braun, ...
Cerebral cortex 18 (10), 2263-2274, 2008
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