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Takács , A., Shilon, Y., Janacsek, K., Kóbor, A., Tremblay, A., Németh, D., & Ullman, M.T. (2017) Procedural learning in Tourette syndrome, ADHD, and comorbid Tourette-ADHD: Evidence from a probabilistic sequence learning task. Brain and Cognition. 117, 33-40.
Prado, E.L., Sebayang, S.K., Apriatni, M., Adawiyah, S.R., Hidayati, N., Islamiyah, A., Siddiq, S., Harefa, B., Lum, J., Alcock, K.J., Ullman, M.T., Muadz, H. & Shankar, A.H. (2017). Maternal multiple micronutrient supplementation and other biomedical and socio-environmental influences on children’s cognition at age 9–12 years in Indonesia: Follow-up of the SUMMIT randomised trial. Lancet Global Health. 5, e217–28.
Ullman, M.T. and Lovelett, J.T. (2016, online). Implications of the declarative/procedural model for improving second language learning: The role of memory enhancement techniques. Second Language Research.
Ullman, M. T. (2016). The declarative/procedural model: A neurobiological model of language learning, knowledge and use. In G. Hickok & S. A. Small (Eds.), The Neurobiology of Language. Elsevier. pp. 953-68.
Conti-Ramsden, G., Ullman, M. T., & Lum, J. A. G. (2015). The relation between receptive grammar and procedural, declarative, and working memory in specific language impairment. Frontiers in Psychology. 6, 1090.
Németh, D., Janacsek, K., Turi, Z., Lukacs, A., Peckham, D., Szanka, S., Gazso, D., Lovassy, N. and Ullman, M.T. (2015). The production of nominal and verbal inflection in an agglutinative language: Evidence from Hungarian. PLoS ONE. 10(3), e0119003. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0119003.
Sandberg, K., Umans, J. G., and *The Georgetown Consensus Conference Work Group. (2015) Recommendations concerning the new U.S. National Institutes of Health initiative to balance the sex of cells and animals in preclinical research. The FASEB Journal. 29, 1646-1652. *Work Group Member: M.T. Ullman.
Ullman, M.T. (2015). The declarative/procedural model: A neurobiologically motivated theory of first and second language. In B. VanPatten and J. Williams (Eds.), Theories in second language acquisition: An introduction (2nd ed.). New York: Routledge. pp. 135-158.
Ullman, M. T. (2014). Language and the brain. In J. Connor-Linton and R. W. Fasold (Eds.), An Introduction to Language and Linguistics (2nd ed.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. pp. 249-286.
Walenski, M., Mostofsky, S. H. & Ullman, M. T. (2014). Inflectional morphology in high-functioning autism: Evidence for speeded grammatical processing. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. 8, 1607-1621.
Ullman, M.T., Lum, J.A.G., & Conti-Ramsden, G.M. (2014). Domain specificity in language development. In P. Brooks & V. Kempe (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Language Development (pp. 163-166). Sage Publications, Los Angeles.
Lum, J.A.G., Conti-Ramsden, G.M., Morgan, A.T., & Ullman, M.T. (2014). Procedural learning deficits in Specific Language Impairment (SLI): A meta-analysis of serial reaction time task performance. Cortex. 51, 1-10.
Ullman, M.T. (2013). The role of declarative and procedural memory in disorders of language. Linguistic Variation. 13(2), 133-154. [This paper is an updated version of Ullman, 2008, in Handbook of the Neuroscience of Language.]
Bowden, H.W., Steinhauer, K., Sanz, C., & Ullman, M.T. (2013). Native-like brain processing of syntax can be attained by university foreign language learners. Neuropsychologia. 51, 2492-2511. (Supplementary Data).
Hedenius, M., Persson, J., Alm, P.A., Ullman, M.T., Howard, J.H., Howard, D.V., & Jennische, M. (2013). Impaired implicit sequence learning in children with developmental dyslexia. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 34(11), 3924-3935.
Lum, J.A.G., Ullman, M.T., & Conti-Ramsden, G. (2013). Procedural learning is impaired in dyslexia: Evidence from a meta-analysis of serial reaction time studies. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 34(10), 3460-3476.
Lum, J.A.G., Conti-Ramsden, G., and Ullman, M.T. (2013). The role of verbal and non-verbal memory in the Family Pictures subtest: Data from children with specific language impairment. Child Neuropsychology. 19(6), 648-661.
Prado, E.L., Alcock, K.J., Muadz, H., Ullman, M.T., and Shankar, A.H. for the SUMMIT Study Group. (2012). Maternal multiple micronutrient supplements and child cognition: A randomized trial in Indonesia. Pediatrics. 130(3). e536-e546.
Babcock, L., Stowe, J.C., Maloof, C.J., Brovetto, C., and Ullman, M.T. (2012). The storage and composition of inflected forms in adult-learned second language: A study of the influence of length of residence, age of arrival, sex, and other factors. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. 15(4). 820-840.
Nemeth, D., Dye, C. D., Sefcsik, T., Janacsek, K., Turi, Z., Londe, Z., Klivenyi, P., Kincses, T. Z., Nikoletta, S., Vecsei, L. & Ullman, M. T. (2012). Language deficits in pre-symptomatic Huntington's Disease: Evidence from Hungarian. Brain and Language. 121(3). 248-253.
Phillips, L., Litcofsky, K.A., Pelster, M., Gelfand, M., Ullman, M.T., and Charles, P.D. (2012) Subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation impacts language in early Parkinson's disease. PLoS ONE. 7(8). e42829.
Newman, A.J., Tremblay, A., Nichols, E.S., Neville, H.J., and Ullman, M.T. (2012). The influence of language proficiency on lexical-semantic processing in native and late learners of English: ERP evidence. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24(5). 1205-1223.
Prado, E.L., Ullman, M.T., Muadz, H., Alcock, K.J., Shankar, A.H., and the SUMMIT Study Group. (2012). The effect of maternal multiple micronutrient supplementation on cognition and mood during pregnancy and postpartum in Indonesia: A randomized trial. PLoS ONE, 7(3). e32519.
Morgan-Short, K., Steinhauer, K., Sanz, C. and Ullman, M.T. (2012). Explicit and implicit second language training differentially affect the achievement of native-like brain activation patterns. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24(4). 933-947.
Finger, I., Morgan-Short, M., Grey, S., and Ullman, M.T. (2011). SQUIB: Processamento em L2 apresenta ativação neural semelhante à da L1 após meses de ausência de exposição à lingual. Revista LinguíStica, 7(2). 7-17.
Hedenius, M., Persson, J., Tremblay, A., Adi-Japha, E., Veríssimo, J., Dye, C.D., Alm, P., Jennische, M., Tomblin, J.B., and Ullman, M.T. (2011). Grammar predicts procedural learning and consolidation deficits in children with specific language impairment. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 32(6). 2362-2375.
Steinhauer, K., Drury, J.E., Portner, P., Walenski, M., Ullman, M.T. (2010). Syntax, concepts, and logic in the temporal dynamics of language comprehension: Evidence from event-related potentials. Neuropsychologia, 48. 1525-1542
Bowden, H.W., Gelfand, M.P., Sanz, C., Ullman, M.T. (2010). Verbal Inflectional Morphology in L1 and L2 Spanish: A Frequency Effects Study Examining Storage versus Composition. Language Learning, 60(1). 44-87.
Morgan-Short, K., Sanz, C., Steinhauer, K., Ullman, M.T. (2010). Second Language Acquisition of Gender Agreement in Explicit and Implicit Training Conditions: An Event-Related Potential Study. Language Learning, 60(1). 154-193.
Prado, E.L., Hartini, S., Rahmawati, A., Ismayani, E., Hidayati, A., Hikmah, N., Muadz, H., Apriatni, M.S., Ullman, M.T., Shankar, A.H., and Alcock, K.J. (2010). Test selection, adaptation, and evaluation: three critical steps to assess nutritional influences on child development in developing countries. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 80. 31-53.
Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., Londe, Z., Ullman, M.T., Howard, D.V., Howard Jr., J.H. (2010). Sleep has no critical role in implicit motor sequence learning in young and old adults. Experimental Brain Research, 201. 351-358
Skelley, S.L., R.A. Miranda, M.T. Ullman, J.A. Apud, D.R. Weinberger and B. Elvevaag. (2009). Where words fail, music speaks: Isolated memory processes in a musical patient with schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 35(4). 197-199.
Walenski, M., K. Sosta, S. Cappa, and M.T. Ullman. (2009). Deficits on irregular verbal morphology in Italian-speaking Alzheimer's disease patients: Evidence from present tense and past participle production. Neuropsychologia, 47. 1245-1255.
Ullman, M.T., Miranda, R.A., and Travers, M.L. (2008). Sex differences in the neurocognition of language. In J. B. Becker, K. J. Berkley, N. Gearyet al. (Eds.), Sex on the Brain: From Genes to Behavior. NY NY, Oxford University Press. pp. 291-309.
Walenski, M., Tager-Flusberg, H., and Ullman, M. T. (2006). Language in Autism. In S. O. Moldin and J. L. R. Rubenstein (Eds.), Understanding Autism: From Basic Neuroscience to Treatment. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor and Francis Books.
Ullman, M. T. (2006). The Declarative/Procedural Model and the Shallow-Structure Hypothesis. Applied Psycholinguistics, 27(1). 97-105. [Commentary on target article by H. Clahsen and C. Felser.]
Ullman, M.T. (2006). Is Broca's area part of a basal ganglia thalamocortical circuit? Cortex, 42. 480-485. (special issue on "Integrative models of Broca's and the ventral premotor cortex", edited by R. Schubotz and C. Fiebach)
Ullman, M. T. (2005). A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective on Second Language Acquisition: The Declarative/Procedural Model. In C. Sanz (Ed.), Mind and Context in Adult Second Language Acquisition: Methods, Theory, and Practice (pp. 141-178). Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
Ullman, M. T., Pancheva, R., Love, T., Yee, E., Swinney, D., Hickok, G. (2005). Neural correlates of lexicon and grammar: Evidence from the production, reading, and judgment of inflection in aphasia. Brain and Language, 93(2). 185-238.
Ullman, M. T., and Pierpont, E. I. (2005). Specific language impairment is not specific to language: The procedural deficit hypothesis. Cortex, 41(3). 399-433. (special issue on "The neurobiology of developmental disorders", edited by D. Bishop, M. Eckert and C. Leonard)
Accompanying commentary requested by the editors:Thomas, M. S. C. (2005). Characterising Compensation. Cortex, 41(3). 434-442.
Brovetto, C., and Ullman, M. T. (2005) The Mental Representation and Processing of Spanish Verbal Morphology. In D. Eddington (ed.), Selected Proceedings of the 7th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium. (pp. 98-105). Cascadilla Press, Somerville, MA.
This article was accompanied by three other articles in the same issue. Together the four articles constitute a debate on the neural and computational bases of inflectional morphology, as a case study of the neurocognition of language. The three other articles were:
The articles by Pinker & Ullman and McClelland & Patterson engendered several commentaries and responses:
Ullman, M. T., Estabrooke, I. V., Steinhauer, K., Brovetto, C., Pancheva, R., Ozawa, K., Mordecai, K., Maki, P. (2002). Sex differences in the neurocognition of language. Brain and Language, 83. 141-143.
Kensinger, E. A., Ullman, M. T., and Corkin, S. (2001). Bilateral medial temporal lobe damage does not affect lexical or grammatical processing: Evidence from the amnesic patient H. M. Hippocampus, 11(4). 347-360.
Newman, A. J., Pancheva, R., Ozawa, K., Neville, H. J., and Ullman, M. T. (2001). An event-related fmri study of syntactic and semantic violations. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 30(3). 339-364.
Steinhauer, K., Pancheva, R., Newman, A. J., Gennari, S., and Ullman, M. T. (2001). How the mass counts: An electrophysiological approach to the processing of lexical features. Neuroreport, 12(5). 999-1005.
Ullman, M. T. (1999). Acceptability ratings of regular and irregular past tense forms: Evidence for a dual-system model of language from word frequency and phonological neighbourhood effects. Language and Cognitive Processes, 14(1). 47-67.
Ullman, M. T., Corkin, S., Coppola, M., Hickok, M., Growdon, J. H., Koroshetz, W. J., and Pinker, S. (1997). A neural dissociation within language: Evidence that the mental dictionary is part of declarative memory, and that grammatical rules are processed by the procedural system. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 9(2). 266-276.
Marcus, G.F., Pinker, S., Ullman, M.T., Hollander, M., Rosen, T.J., Xu, F., & Clahsen, H. (1992). Overregularization in Language Acquisition. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development. 57(4). 1-183.