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Seymour, J.L., Low, K.A., Maclin, E.L., Chiarelli, A.M., Mathewson, K.E., Fabiani, M., Gratton, G., and Dye, M.W.G. (2017). Reorganization of neural systems mediating peripheral visual selective attention in the deaf: an optical imaging study. Hearing Research, 343, 162-175. [Request Preprint]


Dye, M.W.G. (2016). Foveal processing under concurrent peripheral load in profoundly deaf adults. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 21(2), 122-128. [Request PDF]

Dye, M.W.G., Seymour, J.L., and Hauser, P.C. (2016). Response bias reveals enhanced attention to inferior visual field in signers of American Sign Language. Experimental Brain Research, 234(4), 1067-1076. [Request PDF]

Bavelier, D., Yangez, M., Green, C.S., Dye, M.W.G. (2016). Ninos conectados: Para bien y para mal. In S.J. Lipina, M. Sigman, and D. Fernández-Slezak (Eds). Pensar las TIC desde la ciencia cognitiva y la neurociencia. Buenos Aires: Editorial Gedisa.


Hilger, A.I., Loucks, T.M.J., Quinto-Pozos, D. and Dye, M.W.G. (2015). Second language acquisition across modalities: production variability in adult L2 learners. Second Language Research, 31(3), 375-388. [Request PDF]

Hirshorn, E.A., Dye, M.W.G., Hauser, P., Supalla T. & Bavelier, D. (2015). The contribution of phonological knowledge, memory, and language background to reading comprehension in deaf populations. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 1153. [Request PDF]


Dye, M.W.G. (2014). Seeing the world through Deaf eyes. In H-D.L. Bauman, and Murray, J.J. (Eds), Deaf Gain: Raising the Stakes for Human Diversity. Minneapolis, MN: Minnesota Universsity Press. [Request PDF]

Dye, M.W.G. (2014). Temporal entrainment of visual attention in children: effects of age and deafness. Vision Research,105, 29-36. [Request PDF]

Hirshorn, E.A., Dye, M.W.G., Hauser, P., Supalla, T.R. and Bavelier, D. (2014). Neural networks mediating sentence reading in the deaf. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, 394. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00394. [Request PDF]

Dye, M.W.G. and Hauser, P.C. (2014). Sustained attention, selective attention and cognitive control in deaf and hearing children. Hearing Research, 309, 94-102. [Request PDF]


Dye, M.W.G. & Bavelier, D. (2013). Visual attention in deaf humans: A neuroplasticity perspective. In A. Kral, R.R. Fay, and A.N. Popper (Eds), Springer Handbook of Auditory Research: Deafness. New York, NY: Springer. [Request PDF]


Dye, M.W.G. (2012). Processing. In R. Pfau, M. Steinbach, and B. Woll (Eds), Sign Language: An International Handbook. New York, NY: Mouton de Gruyter. [Request PDF]

Laasonen, M., Salomaa, J., Cousineau, D., Leppämäki, S., Tani, P., Hokkanen, L. & Dye, M.W.G. (2012). Project DyAdd: visual attention in adult dyslexia and ADHD. Brain and Cognition, 80(3), 311-327. [Request PDF]


Bavelier, D., Green, C.S. & Dye, M.W.G. (2010). Children, wired: for better and for worse. Neuron, 67(5), 692-701. [Request PDF]

Dye, M.W.G. & Bavelier, D. (2010). Attentional enhancements and deficits in deaf populations: an integrative review.Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 28(2), 181-192. [Request PDF]

Dye, M.W.G. & Bavelier, D. (2010). Differential development of visual attentional skills in school-age children. Vision Research, 50(4), 452-459. [Request PDF]

Bavelier, D. & Dye, M.W.G. (2010). Loss of a sense: effect on others, psychological. In B. Goldstein (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Perception. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [Request PDF]


Dye, M.W.G., Hauser, P.C. & Bavelier, D. (2009). Is visual selective attention in deaf individuals enhanced or deficient? The case of the useful field of view. PLoS ONE, 4(5), e5640. [Request PDF]

Dye, M.W.G., Green, C.S. & Bavelier, D. (2009). The development of attention skills in action video game players. Neuropsychologia, 47(8-9), 1780-1789. [Request PDF]

Dye, M.W.G., Green, C.S. & Bavelier, D. (2009). Increasing speed of processing with action video games. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 18(6), 321-326. [Request PDF]

Bavelier, D., Green, C.S. & Dye, M.W.G. (2009). Exercising your brain: training-related brain plasticity. In M.S. Gazzaniga (Ed.), The Cognitive Neurosciences, 4th edition. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [Request PDF]


Dye, M.W.G., Hauser, P.C. & Bavelier, D. (2008). Visual skills and cross-modal plasticity in deaf readers: possible implications for acquiring meaning from print. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1145, 71-82. [Request PDF]

Dye, M.W.G., Hauser, P.C. & Bavelier, D. (2008). Visual attention in deaf children and adults: implications for learning environments. In M. Marschark, and P.C. Hauser (Eds), Deaf Cognition: Foundations and Outcomes. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. [Request PDF]


Hauser, P.C., Dye, M.W.G., Boutla, M., Green, C.S. & Bavelier, D. (2007). Deafness and visual enumeration: not all aspects of attention are modified by deafness. Brain Research, 1153, 178-187. [Request PDF]

Dye, M.W.G., Baril, D.E. & Bavelier, D. (2007). Which aspects of visual attention are changed by deafness? The case of the Attentional Network Test. Neuropsychologia, 45(8), 1801-1811. [Request PDF]

Hauser, P.C., Cohen, J., Dye, M.W.G. & Bavelier, D. (2007). Visual constructive and visual-motor skills in deaf native signers. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 12(2), 148-157. [Request PDF]


Bavelier, D., Dye, M.W.G. & Hauser, P.C. (2006). Do deaf individuals see better? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 10(11), 512-518. [Request PDF]

Agrafiotis, D., Canagarajah, N., Bull, D.R., Kyle, J., Seers, H. & Dye, M.W.G. (2006). A perceptually optimised video coding system for sign language communication at low bit rates. Signal Processing: Image Communication, 21, 531-549. [Request PDF]

Dye, M.W.G. & Shih, S. (2006). Phonological priming in British Sign Language. In L. Goldstein, D.H. Whalen, and Best, C. (Eds), Laboratory Phonology 8. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [Request PDF]


Vigliocco, G., Vinson, D.P., Woolfe, T., Dye, M.W.G. & Woll, B. (2005). Language and imagery: effects of language modality.Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 272(1574), 1859-1863. [Request PDF]


Agrafiotis, D., Canagarajah, N., Bull, D.R. & Dye, M.W.G. (2003). Perceptually optimised sign language video coding based on eye tracking analysis. Electronics Letters, 39(24), 1703-1705. [Request PDF]