PUBLICATIONS

SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL ARTICLES

Michael J. Coleman, Laurie Cestnick, Olga Krastoshevsky, Verena Krause, Zhuying Huang, Nancy R. Mendell, Deborah L. Levy (2009).  Schizophrenia Patients Show Deficits in Intra-Stimulus Shifts of Attention to Different Levels of Global-Local Stimuli.  Schizophrenia Bulletin (Sensory Processing Deficits in Schizophrenia: Etiology and Implications, edited by Dan Javitt), published September 8, 2009.

Facoetti A., Zorzi M., Cestnick L., Lo Russo, M.L., Moltenia, M., Paganoni, P., Umiltà, C., & Mascetti, G.G. (2006). The relationship between visuospatial attention and nonword reading in developmental dyslexia. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 23, 841-855.

Anstrom K, Bergles D, Bradley K, Cao Y, Cestnick L, Lee S, Piedras-Renteria E, Savoie K, Smith SM (2004).  15th Annual Spring Brain Conference, March 10-13, 2004, Summary Report.  Somatosensory Mot Res, June 21(2), 137-143

Galaburda A., Cestnick L. (2003).  Developmental Dyslexia (La Dislexia del Desarrollo).  Rev Neurol (Revista de Neurologia).  Feb.. 36(1): 3-9.

Cestnick L. (2001).  Cross-modality temporal processing in developmental phonological dyslexics.  Brain and Cognition, 46(3), August, 319-325.

Cestnick L., & Jerger J. (2000).  Auditory temporal processing and lexical/nonlexical reading in developmental dyslexics.  J Am Acad Audiol 11, 501-513.

Cestnick L., & Coltheart M. (1999)  The relationship between language processing and visual processing in developmental dyslexia.  Cognition, July 30, 71(3), 231-255.

Cestnick L. (1998).  Lyme disease in Australia.  Australian and New Zealand Journal of  Public Health, Editorial, 22(5), 524.

Cestnick L. (1998).  Surface dyslexia and other interesting reading patterns:  new challenges for theorists.  Brain and Language, Special Edition, 37(1), 193-196.

Cestnick L. (1998).  Does surface dyslexia exist:  the answer lies in statistical methods.  Brain and Language, Special Edition, 37(1), 190-193.

Cestnick L. (1995).  Motivation, autonomy and romanticism:  educating our children toward societal awareness and development.  Kappan.  Award from Henry (Hal) Jackman (Governor of Ontario, Canada) for this paper

Theses:

Cestnick L. (2001).  Vision, audition and dyslexia.  Macquarie University, Australia.

Cestnick L. (1995).  Improving discourse reading comprehension of adults with brain injuries. Brock University, Canada.

Select Published Abstracts and/or CDs:

Cestnick L. (2009)  How the Brain Reads:  digital/computer remediation.  Learning and Brain Conference, M.I.T. campus, Cambridge, MA, November 21.  CD of talk available.

Michael J. Coleman, Laurie Cestnick, Olga Krastoshevsky, Verena Krause, Zhuying Huang, Nancy R. Mendell, Deborah L. Levy (2007).  Schizophrenia Patients Show Deficits in Intra-Stimulus Shifts of Attention to Different Levels of Global-Local Stimuli.

Cestnick L. (2007). How do you teach the brain new tricks? International Dyslexia Association. University of Toronto, Ontario.

Cestnick L. (2006).  Neurobiology of Visual Attention.  Learning and Brain Conference, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. CD of talk available

Cestnick L., Holowka S., Galaburda A., Marantz (2005).  Neurobiology of attention in dyslexic and nondyslexic groups:  fMRI and MEG comparative study.  Society for Neuroscience.  Washington, DC.

Cestnick l. (2004).  Reading, development, and dyslexia:  where we’ve been and where we’re going.  Learning and Brain Conference, Harvard Univesity, Cambridge, MA. CD of talk available

Cestnick L. (2004). Brain imaging, Connectionism and Reading, Keynote Speaker, Rodin Academy Conference, Beijing, China

Cestnick L. (2004).  Toward a Cognitive Neuroscience of Reading.  Spring Brain Conference, Sedona, AZ

Cestnick L., Holowka S., Galaburda A.M., Marantz A. (2003).  The Neurobiology of Visual Attention:  an MEG study of developmental dyslexia.  Society for Neuroscience.  New Orleans.  (Selected from 15,000 abstracts for the SFN Press Book.)

Holowka S., Cestnick L., Marantz A., and Galaburda A.M. (2003).  The Neurobiology of Speech and Language in Developmental Dyslexia.  Society for Neuroscience.  New Orleans.

click to enlarge (normal vs dyslexic auditory cortex MEG responses to speech sounds)

 

Pare-Blagoev J., Cestnick L., Rose T., Clark J., Misra M. , Katzir-Cohen, Hook P., Jones S., Galaburda A., Marantz A., & Poldrack R. (2002).  The neural basis of phonological awareness in normal reading children examined using fMRI.  Cognitive Neuroscience Soc. Conf., San Francisco.

Cestnick, L. (2002).  Multimodal temporal processing in developmental phonological dyslexics.  Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, San Francisco.

Cestnick, L., Coltheart, M. (1998).  Auditory temporal processing and lexical/nonlexical reading in developmental dyslexics.  Psychonomics.  Texas.

Coltheart, M, Dufty, D., Cestnick, L., and Bates, T. (1998) The Dual Route Model, Learning to Read, & Developmental Dyslexia. Psychonomics.  Texas.

Coltheart, M, Dufty, D., Cestnick, L., and Bates, T. (1998) The Dual Route Model, Learning to Read, & Developmental Dyslexia Experimental Psychology Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia April 24-26.

Cestnick, L.  (1997).  High and low IQ poor readers:  remediation comparisons.  Sydney Postgraduate Conference.  Sydney University, Australia.

Cestnick, L. (1997).  Does developmental surface dyslexia exist:  the answer lies in statistical methods.  Tennet. Montreal.

Cestnick, L. (1997).  Surface dyslexia and other interesting reading patterns.  Tennet.  Montreal.

Cestnick, L., Wagner J. (1996).  Art of the chart:  improving discourse reading comprehension of adults with brain injuries.  International Congress of Psychology.  Montreal

Cestnick, L. (1996). Diagnosing developmental dyslexics. Tennet.  Montreal

Cestnick, L. (1996).  Discourse reading comprehension in adults with brain injuries.  Sydney Postgraduate Conference.  Sydney University, Australia.

Cestnick, L., Wagner, J. (1995).  Learning tools for adults with severe learning deficits.  International Congress of Psychology (Education Chapter).  Montreal