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Newman, S.D., Willoughby, G., & Pruce, B. (in press). The effect of problem structure on problem-solving: An fMRI study of word versus number problems. Brain Research. [pdf preprint]

Newman, S.D. (in press). The homophone effect during visual word recognition in children: an fMRI study. Psychological Research. [pdf preprint].

Newman, S.D., Pruce, B., Rusia, A., & Burns, T. (2010). The effect of strategy on problem solving: an fMRI study. Journal of Problem Solving, 3. [pdf reprint]

Newman, S. D., Ikuta, T., Burns, T. (2010). the effect of semantic relatedness on syntactic analysis: an fMRI study.  Brain and Language, 113: 51-58. [pdf reprint].

Lee, D., Newman, S.D. (2010). The effect of presentation paradigm on syntactic processing: An event-related fMRI study. Human Brain Mapping, 31:123-132. [pdf preprint]

Newman, S.D., Greco, J.A., Lee, D. (2009). An fMRI study of the Tower of London: A look at problem structure differences. Brain Research, 1286:123-132. [pdf reprint]

Newman, S.D., Ratliff, K., Muratore, T., Burns, T. (2009). The effect of lexical priming on sentence comprehension: An fMRI study. Brain Research, 1285: 99-108. [pdf reprint]

Newman, S.D., Lee, D., Ratliff, K. (2009). How much does the comprehension probe interact with on-line syntactic processing? Human Brain Mapping, 30: 2499-2511. [pdf reprint]

Newman, S.D. (2009). How can the neuroscience of giftedness enhance education? Understanding Our Gifted. Winter, 2009.

Edwards, C.R., Newman, S., Bismark, A., Skosnik, P.D., O'Donnell, B.F., Shekhar, A., Steinmetz, J.E., & Hetrick, W.P. (2008). Cerebellum volume and eyeblink conditioning in schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging. 162:185 - 194. [pdf reprint]

Tomitch, L.M.B., Newman, S.D., Carpenter, P.A. & Just, M.A. (2008). Comprehending the Topic of a Paragraph: A Functional Imaging Study of a Complex Language Process. DELTA, 24(2), 175-197.

Newman, S.D., Lee, D., Bates, L.C. (2007). The timecourse of activation within the cortical network associated with visual imagery. The Online Neuroimaging Journal. [pdf reprint]

Newman, S.D. (2007). Neural Bases of Giftedness. In (J. A. Plucker & C. M. Callahan) Critical Issues and Practices in Gifted Education. Prufrock Press.

Newman, S.D., & Pittman, G. (2007). The Tower of London: a study of the effect of problem structure on planning. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 29:3 333-342. [
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Newman, S.D., Keller, T.A., & Just., M.A. (2007). Volitional control of attention and brain activation in dual task performance. Human Brain Mapping 28:109-117. [
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Newman, S. D., Klatzky, R. L., & Lederman, S. J., Just, M. A. (2005). An fMRI comparison of haptic and visual imagery processes. Cognitive Brain Research 23: 235-246. [pdf reprint]

Newman, S. D. & Just, M. A. (2005). The neural bases of intelligence: a perspective based on functional neuroimaging. In (R. Sternberg, J. Davidson & J. Pretz, Eds.) Cognition & Intelligence

Mitchell, T. M., Hutchinson, R., Niculescu, R. S., Pereira, F., Wang, X., Just, M. & Newman, S. D. (2004). Learning to decode cognitive states from brain images. [
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Just, M. A., Newman, S. D., Keller, T. A., McElaney, A., & Carpenter, P. A. (2004). Imagery in sentence comprehension: An fMRI study.NeuroImage [
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Tomitch, L.M.B., Just, M.A., Carpenter, P.A. & Newman, S. D. (2003). A neuroimagem funcional na investigação do processo de leitura. In (L.M.B. Tomitch & C. Rodrigues, Eds.) Ensaios sobre a linguagem e o cérebro humano: Contribuições multidisciplinares. pp. 167-173

Newman, S., D., Just, M. A., Mason, R. A. (2003). Understanding text with the right side of the brain: what functional neuroimaging has to say. In (L.M.B. Tomitch & C. Rodrigues, Eds.) Ensaios sobre a linguagem e o cérebro humano: Contribuições multidisciplinares. pp. 71-84.

Newman, S. D., Carpenter, P. A ., Varma, S., & Just, M. A. (2003) Frontal and parietal participation in problem-solving in the Tower of London: fMRI and computational modeling of planning and high-level perception. Neuropsychologia., 41 (12):1668-1682. [
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Newman, S. D., Just, M. A., Keller, T. A., & Roth, J. K., & Carpenter, P. A. (2003) The differential effects of syntactic and semantic processing on the two subregions of Broca's area. Cognitive Brain Research , 16/2:297-307. [
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Mitchell,T., Hutchinson, R., Just, M., Newman, S., Niculescu,R.S., Periera,F. & Wang, X. (2002). Machine Learning of fMRI Virtual Sensors of Cognitive States. The 16th Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems, Computational Neuroimaging: Foundations, Concepts & Methods Workshop. [
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Newman, S. D., Just, M. A., &; Carpenter, P. A. (2002). The synchronization of the human cortical working memory network. NeuroImage 15: 810-822. [
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Newman, S. D., Twieg, D., &; Carpenter, P. A. (2001) Baseline Conditions and Subtractive Logic in Neuroimaging.Human Brain Mapping 14: 228-235.

Newman, S. D., Twieg, D. (2001). Differences in auditory processing of words and pseudowords: An fMRI study. Human Brain Mapping 14:39-47. [
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