Publications

Selected Publications From Past 5 Years

Additional publications/articles available upon request of Dr. Gilger.

Grogman, M.T., Hoeft, F., Gilger, J.W., et al. “Visuo-Spatial Skills in Atypical Readers.” Twice ExceptionalLink

Gilger, Jeffery W., et al. “Adaptive Attention: How Preference for Animacy Impacts Change Detection.” Evolution and Human Behavior, 8 Apr. 2015. Link

Gilger, Jeffery W., et al. “Reading Disability and Enhanced Dynamic Spatial Reasoning: A Review of the Literature.” Brain and Cognition, vol. 105, Mar. 2016, pp. 55–65. Link

Gilger, Jeffery W. “Beyond a Reading Disability: Comments on the Need to Examine the Full Spectrum of Abilities/Disabilities of the Atypical Dyslexic Brain.” Annals of Dyslexia, vol. 67, no. 2, July 2017, pp. 109–113. Link

Gilger JW, Talavage TM and Olulade OA (2013) An fMRI study of nonverbally gifted reading disabled adults: has deficit compensation effected gifted potential? Front. Hum. Neurosci7:507. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00507 Link

Gilger, Jeffery W., et al. “Preliminary Report on Neuroanatomical Differences Among Reading Disabled, Nonverbally Gifted, and Gifted-Reading Disabled College Students.” DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY, vol. 42, no. 1, 2017, pp. 25–38.,  Link

Breedlove, E.L., Robinson, M., Talavage, T.M., Morigaki, K.E.,Yoruk, U., O’Keefe, K., King, K., Leverenz, L.J., Gilger, J.W., & Nauman, E.A. (2012).  Biomechanical Correlates of Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Neurophysiological Impairment in High School FootballJournal of Biomechanics45 (12), 1265-1272. LINK

Anthoni, H, Sucheston, L.E.,  Lewis, B.A., Tapia-Pa´ez, I., Fan, X,  Zucchelli, M., Taipale, M.,  Stein, C.M.,  Hokkanen, M.E., Castre´n, E.,  Pennington, B.F., Smith, S.D., Olson, R.K., Tomblin, B., Schulte-Ko¨rne, G., No¨then, M., Schumacher, J., Mu¨ller-Myhsok, B.,   Hoffmann, P, Gilger, J.W., Hynd, G.W., Nopola-Hemmi, J.,  Leppanen, P.H.T.,  Lyytinen, H.,  Schoumans, J.,  Nordenskjo¨ld, M., Spencer, J., Stanic, D., Boon, W.C., Simpson, E., Ma¨kela¨, S., Gustafsson, J.,  Peyrard-Janvid, M.,  Iyengar, S., & Kere, J. (2012). The Aromatase Gene CYP19A1: Several Genetic and Functional Lines of Evidence Supporting a Role in Reading, Speech and LanguageBehavior Genetics, 42 (4), 509-527. LINK

Olulade, O., Gilger, J.,  Talavage, T.,  Hynd, G., & MacAteer, C.  Beyond Phonological Processing Deficits in Dyslexics: Atypical Brain Functions Found to Exist for Nonverbal MaterialDevelopmental Neuropsychology, 37:7, 617-635. LINK

Gilger, J.  (2009).  Some Special Issues Concerning the Genetics of Dyslexia: Revisiting Multivariate Profiles, Comorbidities, and Genetic Correlations. Chapter in the The Sage Handbook of Dyslexia, edited by A. Fawcett,  F. Manis, G. Reid and L. Seigel,  Sage Publications.  Pages 30-52 LINK

Gilger, J., & Hynd, G. (2008). Neurodevelopmental Variation as a Basis for Thinking About the Twice ExceptionalRoeper Review30, 214-228. LINK

Gilger, J. & Wilkins, M. (2008). Atypical Neurodevelopmental Variation as a Basis for Learning Disorders. In M. Mody & E. Sillliman (Eds.), Language Impairment and Reading Disability: Interactions Among Brain, Behavior, and Experience. (Series on Challenges in Language and Literacy). Guilford Press. LINK

Smith, S.D. & Gilger, J.W. (2007). Dyslexia and other language/learning disorders. In Rimoin, Connor, Pyeritz & Korf (Eds.; 5th edition), Emory and Rimoin’s Principles and Practices in Medical Genetics. Livingstone Churchill: NY. Pps 2548-2569. LINK