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Shelley Parlow

Associate Professor

Degrees:Ph.D. (Toronto)
Phone:613-520-2600 x 2691
Office:B546 Loeb Building

Psychological and behavioural concomitants of interhemispheric communication in normally developing children and adults as well as in selected clinical populations (e.g., mild head injury, dyslexia, Attention Deficit, autism); handedness, laterality and the brain; brain-based and other factors affecting resilience and academic achievement in adults and children at risk.


Parlow, S. & Kuehn, S. (submitted). Effects of childhood mild head injury on cerebral interhemispheric interactions.

Sotozaki, H. & Parlow, S. (in preparation). Which factors better discriminate between poor readers and dyslexic readers — Phonological ability, semantic knowledge of words, or interhemispheric communication?

George, A.P., Kuehn, S.M., Vassilyadi, M., Richards, P.M.P., Parlow, S.E., Keene, D.L., & Ventureyra, E.C.G. (2003). Cognitive sequelae in children with posterior fossa tumors. Pediatric Neurology, 28(1), 42-47.

McNeely, H.E. & Parlow, S.E. (2001). Complementarity of linguistic and prosodic processes in the intact brain. Brain and Language, 79, 473-481.

Parlow, S.E. & S. Kuehn, S.M. (1998). The impact of traumatic brain injury on cerebral interhemispheric interaction in a pediatric population. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 4(1), 47.