RECENT PUBLICATIONS FROM THE NISSL GROUP
Salagovic C, Stevenson RA, Butler BE. The effects of cochlear implantation on audiovisual speech integration. PsyArXiv pdf
Lammert JM, Levine A, Koshkebaghi D, Butler BE. Sign language experience has little effect on face and biomotion perception in bimodal bilinguals. PsyArXiv pdf
Stewart EK, Chen VV, Butler BE, Mitchell DGV. Emotional distraction and facilitation across sense and time. Emotion, 23.
Gordon SG, Butler BE, Lomber SG. The gradient in gray matter thickness across auditory cortex and differential cortical thickness changes following perinatal deafness. Cerebral Cortex, 33.
Lauzon SA, Abraham AE, Curcin K, Butler BE, Stevenson RA. The relationship between multisensory associative learning and multisensory integration. Neuropsychologia, 174.
Bobbitt SG, Herrmann B, Butler BE. A survey of narrative listening behaviours in 8-13-year-old children. International Journal of Listening. pdf
Herrmann B, Butler BE. Hearing loss and brain plasticity: The hyperactivity phenomenon. Brain Structure and Function, pdf
Herrmann B, Butler BE. Aging auditory cortex: the impact of reduced inhibition on function. In "Assessments, Treatments and Modeling in Aging and Neurological Disease", Martin, Preedy, and Rajendram, eds.
Levine AT, Li B, Barnes P, Lomber SG, Butler BE. Assessment of anesthesia on physiological stability and BOLD signal reliability during visual or acoustic stimulation in the cat. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 334. pdf
Lomber SG, Butler BE, Glick H, Sharma A. Crossmodal plasticity in deafness: Evidence from animal models and clinical populations. In "Multisensory Perception: From Laboratory to Clinic", K. Sathian & VS Ramachandran, Eds.
Alencar CDC, Butler BE, Lomber SG. What and how the deaf brain sees. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 31. pdf
Butler BE, Sunstrum JK, Lomber SG. Modified origins of cortical projections to the superior colliculus in the deaf: Dispersion of auditory efferents. Journal of Neuroscience. pdf
Butler BE, de la Rua A, Ward-Able T, Lomber SG. Cortical and thalamic connectivity to the second auditory cortex of the cat is resilient to the onset of deafness. Brain Structure and Function, 223. pdf
Stolzberg DJ, Butler BE, Lomber SG. Effects of neonatal deafness on resting-state functional network connectivity. Neuroimage, 165. pdf
Stolzberg DJ, Wong C, Butler BE, Lomber SG. Catlas: An magnetic resonance imaging‐based three‐dimensional cortical atlas and tissue probability maps for the domestic cat (Felis catus). Journal of Compartive Neurology, 525. pdf
Butler BE, Chabot NA, Kral A, Lomber SG. Origins of thalamic and cortical projections to the posterior auditory field in congenitally deaf cats. Hearing Research, 343. pdf
Butler BE, Chabot NA, Lomber SG. Quantifying and comparing the pattern of thalamic and cortical projections to the posterior auditory field in hearing and deaf cats. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 524. pdf
Butler BE, Chabot NA, Lomber SG. A quantitative comparison of the hemispheric, areal, and laminar origins of sensory and motor cortical projections to the superior colliculus of the cat. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 524. pdf
Hall AJ, Butler BE, Lomber SG. The cat's meow: A high-field fMRI assessment of cortical activity in response to vocalizations and complex auditory stimuli. Neuroimage, 127. pdf
Chabot NA, Butler BE, Lomber SG. Differential modification of cortical and thalamic projections to cat primary auditory cortex following early‐and late‐onset deafness. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 523. pdf
Butler BE, Hall AJ, Lomber SG. High-field functional imaging of pitch processing in auditory cortex of the cat. PLoS One, 10. pdf
For complete list, see Dr. Butler's Google Scholar Profile