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Number of journal articles: 150

Xie W, Mallin BM, Richards JE. Development of brain functional connectivity and its relation to infant sustained attention in the first year of life. Dev Sci. 2018;e12703. )

Tonnsen, B., Richards, J.E., & Roberts, J.E. (2018). Heart Rate-Defined Sustained Attention in Infants at Risk for Autism. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders.

Reynolds, G.D., & Richards J.E. (in press). Infant visual attention and stimulus repetition effects on object recognition. Child Development.

Buzzell, G. A., Richards, J. E., White, L. K., Barker, T. V., Pine, D. S., & Fox, N. A. (2017). Development of the error-monitoring system from ages 935: unique insight provided by MRI-constrained source localization of EEG. Neuroimage. doi: )

Guy, M.W., Richards, J.E., Tonnsen, B., & Roberts, J.E. (2017). Neural correlates of face processing in etiologically-distinct 12-month-old infants at high-risk of autism spectrum disorder. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.(pdf )

Emberson, L.E., Crosswhite, S., Richards, J.E., & Aslin, R.N. (2017). The lateral occipital cortex (LOC) is selective for object shape, not texture/color, at 6 months. Journal of Neuroscience, 37, 3698-3703; DOI: )

Xie, W., Mallin, B.A., & Richards, J.E. (2017). Development of infant sustained attention and its relation to EEG oscillations: An EEG and cortical source analysis study. Developmental Science.

Emberson, L.E., Cannon, G., Palmeri, H., Richards, J.E., & Aslin, R.N. (2016). Using fNIRS to Examine Occipital and Temporal Responses to Stimulus Repetition in Young Infants: Evidence of Selective Frontal Cortex Involvement. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.(pdf )

Xie, W., & Richards, J.E. (2017). The relation between infant covert orienting, sustained attention and brain activity. Brain Topography, 30, 198-219. DOI: 10.1007/s10548-016-0505-3(pdf )

Xie, W., & Richards, J. E. (2016). Effects of interstimulus intervals on behavioral, heart rate, and event-related potential indices of infant engagement and sustained attention. Psychophysiology, 53, 1128-1142. doi:10.1111/psyp.12670(pdf )