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C. J Edgar, Iv, C. L. Fisk, Berman, J. I., Chudnovskaya, D., Liu, S., Pandey, J., Herrington, J. D., Port, R. G., Schultz, R. T., and Roberts, T. P. L., Auditory encoding abnormalities in children with autism spectrum disorder suggest delayed development of auditory cortex., Mol Autism, vol. 6, p. 69, 2015.
E. A. Hartung, Laney, N., Kim, J. Young, Ruebner, R. L., Detre, J. A., Liu, H. - S., Davatzikos, C., Erus, G., Doshi, J. J., Schultz, R. T., Herrington, J. D., Jawad, A. F., Moodalbail, D. G., Gur, R. C., Port, A. M., Radcliffe, J., Hooper, S. R., and Furth, S. L., Design and methods of the NiCK study: neurocognitive assessment and magnetic resonance imaging analysis of children and young adults with chronic kidney disease., BMC Nephrol, vol. 16, p. 66, 2015.
C. Chevallier, Parish-Morris, J., McVey, A., Rump, K. M., Sasson, N. J., Herrington, J. D., and Schultz, R. T., Measuring social attention and motivation in autism spectrum disorder using eye-tracking: Stimulus type matters., Autism Res, vol. 8, no. 5, pp. 620-8, 2015.
C. E. Pugliese, Kenworthy, L., Bal, V. Hus, Wallace, G. L., Yerys, B. E., Maddox, B. B., White, S. W., Popal, H., Armour, A. Chelsea, Miller, J., Herrington, J. D., Schultz, R. T., Martin, A., and Anthony, L. Gutermuth, Replication and Comparison of the Newly Proposed ADOS-2, Module 4 Algorithm in ASD Without ID: A Multi-site Study., J Autism Dev Disord, vol. 45, no. 12, pp. 3919-31, 2015.
C. J Edgar, Heiken, K., Chen, Y. - H., Herrington, J. D., Chow, V., Liu, S., Bloy, L., Huang, M., Pandey, J., Cannon, K. M., Qasmieh, S., Levy, S. E., Schultz, R. T., and Roberts, T. P. L., Resting-state alpha in autism spectrum disorder and alpha associations with thalamic volume., J Autism Dev Disord, vol. 45, no. 3, pp. 795-804, 2015.
J. D. Herrington, Riley, M. E., Grupe, D. W., and Schultz, R. T., Successful face recognition is associated with increased prefrontal cortex activation in autism spectrum disorder., J Autism Dev Disord, vol. 45, no. 4, pp. 902-10, 2015.