Jed Meltzer
Jed Meltzer
Scientist, Baycrest Hospital
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Linguistic features identify Alzheimer’s disease in narrative speech
KC Fraser, JA Meltzer, F Rudzicz
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 49 (2), 407-422, 2016
Effects of working memory load on oscillatory power in human intracranial EEG
JA Meltzer, HP Zaveri, II Goncharova, MM Distasio, X Papademetris, ...
Cerebral Cortex 18 (8), 1843-1855, 2008
Individual differences in EEG theta and alpha dynamics during working memory correlate with fMRI responses across subjects
JA Meltzer, M Negishi, LC Mayes, RT Constable
Clinical Neurophysiology 118 (11), 2419-2436, 2007
Automated classification of primary progressive aphasia subtypes from narrative speech transcripts
KC Fraser, JA Meltzer, NL Graham, C Leonard, G Hirst, SE Black, ...
cortex 55, 43-60, 2014
Activation of human hippocampal formation reflects success in both encoding and cued recall of paired associates
JA Meltzer, RT Constable
Neuroimage 24 (2), 384-397, 2005
Neural correlates of evaluative compared with passive tasting
G Bender, MG Veldhuizen, JA Meltzer, DR Gitelman, DM Small
European Journal of Neuroscience 30 (2), 327-338, 2009
Neural aspects of sentence comprehension: syntactic complexity, reversibility, and reanalysis
JA Meltzer, JJ McArdle, RJ Schafer, AR Braun
Cerebral cortex 20 (8), 1853-1864, 2010
Infraslow EEG oscillations organize large-scale cortical–subcortical interactions during sleep: a combined EEG/fMRI study
D Picchioni, SG Horovitz, M Fukunaga, WS Carr, JA Meltzer, TJ Balkin, ...
Brain research 1374, 63-72, 2011
Oscillatory responses to semantic and syntactic violations
A Kielar, JA Meltzer, S Moreno, C Alain, E Bialystok
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26 (12), 2840-2862, 2014
Biphasic hemodynamic responses influence deactivation and may mask activation in block‐design fMRI paradigms
JA Meltzer, M Negishi, RT Constable
Human brain mapping 29 (4), 385-399, 2008
Strategies for longitudinal neuroimaging studies of overt language production
JA Meltzer, WA Postman-Caucheteux, JJ McArdle, AR Braun
Neuroimage 47 (2), 745-755, 2009
Localization of electrophysiological responses to semantic and syntactic anomalies in language comprehension with MEG
A Kielar, L Panamsky, KA Links, JA Meltzer
Neuroimage 105, 507-524, 2015
A functional magnetic resonance imaging study of the long-term influences of early indomethacin exposure on language processing in the brains of prematurely born children
LR Ment, BS Peterson, JA Meltzer, B Vohr, W Allan, KH Katz, C Lacadie, ...
Pediatrics 118 (3), 961-970, 2006
Identifying dysfunctional cortex: dissociable effects of stroke and aging on resting state dynamics in MEG and fMRI
A Kielar, T Deschamps, RKO Chu, R Jokel, YB Khatamian, JJ Chen, ...
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 8, 40, 2016
Adaptive significance of right hemisphere activation in aphasic language comprehension
JA Meltzer, S Wagage, J Ryder, B Solomon, AR Braun
Neuropsychologia 51 (7), 1248-1259, 2013
Temperature dependence of non-linear capacitance in human embryonic kidney cells transfected with prestin, the outer hair cell motor protein
J Meltzer, J Santos-Sacchi
Neuroscience letters 313 (3), 141-144, 2001
Transverse patterning dissociates human EEG theta power and hippocampal BOLD activation
JA Meltzer, GA Fonzo, RT Constable
Psychophysiology 46 (1), 153-162, 2009
A causal role for the precuneus in network-wide theta and gamma oscillatory activity during complex memory retrieval
M Hebscher, JA Meltzer, A Gilboa
Elife 8, e43114, 2019
Functional reorganization of language networks for semantics and syntax in chronic stroke: Evidence from MEG
A Kielar, T Deschamps, R Jokel, JA Meltzer
Human brain mapping 37 (8), 2869-2893, 2016
Computer-based treatment of poststroke language disorders: a non-inferiority study of telerehabilitation compared to in-person service delivery
JA Meltzer, AJ Baird, RD Steele, SJ Harvey
Aphasiology 32 (3), 290-311, 2018
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