Mark Jude Tramo

Affiliations: 
Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
Auditory Neuroscience, Music Perception
Website:
http://www.brainmusic.org/
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Green RL, Hutsler JJ, Loftus WC, et al. (1999) The caudal infrasylvian surface in dyslexia: novel magnetic resonance imaging-based findings. Neurology. 53: 974-81
Anderson B, Tramo MJ, Gazzaniga MS. (1999) Brain size, head size, and intelligence quotient in monozygotic twins [6] (multiple letters) Neurology. 53: 242-244
Tramo MJ, Loftus WC, Stukel TA, et al. (1998) Brain size, head size, and intelligence quotient in monozygotic twins. Neurology. 50: 1246-52
Baynes K, Tramo MJ, Reeves AG, et al. (1997) Isolation of a right hemisphere cognitive system in a patient with anarchic (alien) hand sign. Neuropsychologia. 35: 1159-73
Tramo MJ, Loftus WC, Thomas CE, et al. (1995) Surface area of human cerebral cortex and its gross morphological subdivisions: in vivo measurements in monozygotic twins suggest differential hemisphere effects of genetic factors. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 7: 292-302
Loftus WC, Tramo MJ, Gazzaniga MS. (1995) Cortical surface modeling reveals gross morphometric correlates of individual differences Human Brain Mapping. 3: 257-270
Loftus WC, Tramo MJ, Thomas CE, et al. (1993) Three-dimensional quantitative analysis of hemispheric asymmetry in the human superior temporal region. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 3: 348-55
Baynes K, Tramo MJ, Gazzaniga MS. (1992) Reading with a limited lexicon in the right hemisphere of a callosotomy patient. Neuropsychologia. 30: 187-200
Tramo MJ, Bharucha JJ. (1991) Musical priming by the right hemisphere post-callosotomy. Neuropsychologia. 29: 313-25
Tramo MJ, Bharucha JJ, Musiek FE. (1990) Music perception and cognition following bilateral lesions of auditory cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2: 195-212
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