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Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus, PhD
Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus, PhD
Technion, Kennedy Krieger Institute
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Associations between screen-based media use and brain white matter integrity in preschool-aged children
JS Hutton, J Dudley, T Horowitz-Kraus, T DeWitt, SK Holland
JAMA pediatrics 174 (1), e193869-e193869, 2020
3912020
Home reading environment and brain activation in preschool children listening to stories
JS Hutton, T Horowitz-Kraus, AL Mendelsohn, T DeWitt, SK Holland, ...
Pediatrics 136 (3), 466-478, 2015
2562015
Brain connectivity in children is increased by the time they spend reading books and decreased by the length of exposure to screen‐based media
T Horowitz‐Kraus, JS Hutton
Acta paediatrica 107 (4), 685-693, 2018
1902018
Can the error detection mechanism benefit from training the working memory? A comparison between dyslexics and controls—an ERP study
TH Kraus, Z Breznitz
PloS one 4 (9), e7141, 2009
1232009
Enhanced reading by training with imposed time constraint in typical and dyslexic adults
Z Breznitz, S Shaul, T Horowitz-Kraus, I Sela, M Nevat, A Karni
Nature communications 4 (1), 1486, 2013
1112013
Shared reading quality and brain activation during story listening in preschool-age children
JS Hutton, K Phelan, T Horowitz-Kraus, J Dudley, M Altaye, T DeWitt, ...
The Journal of pediatrics 191, 204-211. e1, 2017
1022017
Young children’s screen time during the first COVID-19 lockdown in 12 countries
C Bergmann, N Dimitrova, K Alaslani, A Almohammadi, H Alroqi, ...
Scientific reports 12 (1), 2015, 2022
992022
Pinpointing the deficit in executive functions in adolescents with dyslexia performing the Wisconsin card sorting test: an ERP study
T Horowitz-Kraus
Journal of learning disabilities 47 (3), 208-223, 2014
962014
Increased resting-state functional connectivity in the cingulo-opercular cognitive-control network after intervention in children with reading difficulties
T Horowitz-Kraus, C Toro-Serey, M DiFrancesco
PloS one 10 (7), e0133762, 2015
932015
Reading acceleration training changes brain circuitry in children with reading difficulties
T Horowitz‐Kraus, JJ Vannest, D Kadis, N Cicchino, YY Wang, ...
Brain and Behavior 4 (6), 886-902, 2014
932014
From emergent literacy to reading: how learning to read changes a child's brain
T Horowitz‐Kraus, JS Hutton
Acta Paediatrica 104 (7), 648-656, 2015
902015
Overlapping neural circuitry for narrative comprehension and proficient reading in children and adolescents
T Horowitz-Kraus, JJ Vannest, SK Holland
Neuropsychologia 51 (13), 2651-2662, 2013
802013
Story time turbocharger? Child engagement during shared reading and cerebellar activation and connectivity in preschool-age children listening to stories
JS Hutton, K Phelan, T Horowitz-Kraus, J Dudley, M Altaye, T DeWitt, ...
Plos one 12 (5), e0177398, 2017
752017
Greater functional connectivity between reading and error-detection regions following training with the reading acceleration program in children with reading difficulties
T Horowitz-Kraus, SK Holland
Annals of Dyslexia 65, 1-23, 2015
742015
Involvement of the right hemisphere in reading comprehension: a DTI study
T Horowitz-Kraus, Y Wang, E Plante, SK Holland
Brain research 1582, 34-44, 2014
712014
How to create a successful reader? Milestones in reading development from birth to adolescence
T Horowitz‐Kraus, R Schmitz, JS Hutton, J Schumacher
Acta Paediatrica 106 (4), 534-544, 2017
672017
Increased resting-state functional connectivity of visual-and cognitive-control brain networks after training in children with reading difficulties
T Horowitz-Kraus, M DiFrancesco, B Kay, Y Wang, SK Holland
NeuroImage: Clinical 8, 619-630, 2015
672015
Associations between home literacy environment, brain white matter integrity and cognitive abilities in preschool‐age children
JS Hutton, J Dudley, T Horowitz‐Kraus, T DeWitt, SK Holland
Acta Paediatrica 109 (7), 1376-1386, 2020
642020
An error-detection mechanism in reading among dyslexic and regular readers–An ERP study
T Horowitz-Kraus, Z Breznitz
Clinical Neurophysiology 119 (10), 2238-2246, 2008
612008
Screen-exposure and altered brain activation related to attention in preschool children: An EEG study
M Zivan, S Bar, X Jing, J Hutton, R Farah, T Horowitz-Kraus
Trends in neuroscience and education 17, 100117, 2019
512019
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