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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.