William W. Graves, Ph.D.

2011-2012 Neurology Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, United States 
 2012- Psychology Rutgers University -- Newark 
Cognitive Neuroscience, Language, fMRI
"William Graves"
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Thomas J. Grabowski grad student
Jeffrey R. Binder post-doc
Mark S. Seidenberg post-doc (Neurotree)


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Yoel Sanchez Araujo research assistant 2014-2015 Rutgers, Newark (Neurotree)
Shannon R Cahalan research assistant 2019-2021 Rutgers University -- Newark (Neurotree)
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Graves WW, Purcell J, Rothlein D, et al. (2022) Correspondence between cognitive and neural representations for phonology, orthography, and semantics in supramarginal compared to angular gyrus. Brain Structure & Function
Graves WW, Levinson H, Coulanges L, et al. (2022) Neural differences in social and figurative language processing on the autism spectrum. Neuropsychologia. 171: 108240
Staples R, Graves WW. (2020) Neural Components of Reading Revealed by Distributed and Symbolic Computational Models. Neurobiology of Language (Cambridge, Mass.). 1: 381-401
Staples R, Graves WW. (2020) Neural Components of Reading Revealed by Distributed and Symbolic Computational Models Neurobiology of Language. 1: 381-401
Xue Y, Farhat FG, Boukrina O, et al. (2019) A multi-path 2.5 dimensional convolutional neural network system for segmenting stroke lesions in brain MRI images. Neuroimage. Clinical. 25: 102118
Graves WW, Coulanges L, Levinson H, et al. (2019) Neural Effects of Gender and Age Interact in Reading. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 1115
Boukrina O, Barrett AM, Graves WW. (2019) Cerebral perfusion of the left reading network predicts recovery of reading in subacute to chronic stroke. Human Brain Mapping
Mattheiss SR, Levinson H, Graves WW. (2018) Duality of Function: Activation for Meaningless Nonwords and Semantic Codes in the Same Brain Areas. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 28: 2516-2524
Pillay SB, Gross WL, Graves WW, et al. (2017) The Neural Basis of Successful Word Reading in Aphasia. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-12
Mattheiss SR, Alexander EJ, Graves WW. (2017) Elaborative feedback: Engaging reward and task-relevant brain regions promotes learning in pseudoword reading aloud. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
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