Dr. Tallal's Publications

 
 
 
 
 
5. Tallal, P. (1974) Developmental dysphasia: A defect of perception, not language? Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 55:S11.
 
 
 
 
9. Stark, R. E., Tallal, P. and Curtiss, B. (1975) Perception and production of stop consonants in developmental dysphasic children.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 57:S24.
 
10. Tallal, P. and Newcombe, F. (1975) Impairment of auditory perception and language comprehension in residual adult aphasia. American Speech and Hearing Association, 17:629.
 
11. Henderson, B.,  Stark, R. E. and Tallal, P. (1975) Perception and production of stop consonants in developmental dysphasia.  American Speech and Hearing Association, 19:657.
 
 
13. Tallal, P. (1976) Rapid auditory processing in normal and disordered language development.  Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 19:561-571.
 
14. Tallal, P. (1976) Auditory perceptual factors in language and learning disabilities. In: The Neuropsychology of Learning Disorders: Theoretical Approaches, Knights, R.M. and Bakker, D.J. (Eds.), University Park Press, Baltimore, pp. 315-323.
 
 
 
 
18. Evans, E.F., Ainsworth, W.A., Darwin, C., Fant, G.C.M., Fourcin, A.J., Goldstein, J.L., Klinke, R., Leitner, H., Miller, J.D., Milner, B.A., Neff, W.D., Risberg A., and Tallal, P. (1977) Disorders of hearing and language:  Understanding diagnosis, rehabilitation: Seminar Report.  In:  Recognition of Complex Acoustic Signals, Bullock, T.H. (Ed.), Abakon Verlagsgesellschaft, Berlin, pp. 367-387.
 
19. Tallal, P. (1977) Auditory perception, phonics and reading disabilities in children. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 62:S100.
 
 
 
22. Tallal, P. (1978) Implications of speech perceptual research for clinical populations. In:  Speech and Language in the Laboratory, School and Clinic, Kavanaugh, J.F. and Strange, W.  (Eds.), M.I.T. Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, pp. 73-94.
 
 
24. Tallal, P. (1978) Auditory processing disorders in children.  Audiology: An Audio Journal for Continuing Education, 3, Grune and Stratton, New York. (tape)
 
 
 
27. Stark, R. and Tallal, P. (1978) Effects of acoustic-cue redundancy of perception of stop vowel syllables by language-delayed children. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 64:S50-S51.
 
 
29. Tallal, P. (1979) Letter to the Editor:  A Response to Manning, Johnson and Beasley.  Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 44:136-137.
 
 
31. Tallal, P. (1980) Auditory temporal perception, phonics, and reading disabilities in children.  Brain and Language 9:182-198.
 
32. Tallal, P., Stark, R, Kallman, C. and Mellits, D. (1980) Developmental dysphasia: Relation between acoustic processing deficits and verbal processing. Neuropsychologia, 18:273-284.
 
33. Tallal, P., Stark, R.,  Kallman, C. and Mellits, D. (1980) Perceptual constancy for phonemic categories: A developmental study with normal and language impaired children.  Applied Psycholinguistics, 1:49-64.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
42. Tallal, P. (1980) Auditory processing disorders in children.  In: Auditory Processing and Language, Levinson, P.J. and Sloan, C. (Eds.), Grune and Stratton, New York, pp. 81-100.
 
43. Stark, R. and Tallal, P. (1980) Perceptual and motor deficits in language-impaired children.  In: Central Auditory and Language Disorders in Children, Keith, R.W. (Ed.), College-Hill Press, Texas, pp.  121-144.
 
 
 
 
47. Tallal, P. and Stark, R. (1981) Speech acoustic-cue discrimination abilities of normally developing and language-impaired children. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 69:568-574.
 
 
49. Tallal, P. (1981) Psychology entitled to complain. Review of The Brain and Psychology, Wittrock, M.D. (Ed.), Trends in Neurosciences, 4:XXI.
 
50. Stark, R. , Tallal, P. and Mellits, D.  (1981) Quantification of language abilities in children.  In:  Speech and Language:  Advances in Basic and Clinical Research, Lass, N. (Ed.), Vol. 7, pp. 149-184.
 
 
 
 
 
 
56. Tallal, P. (1982) Acoustic coding of speech and normal limits on transfer of information: Discussion Paper.  Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 405:64-65.
 
 
 
59. Stark, R. and Tallal, P. (1982) Specific language impairment in children. In: Advances in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Vol. 3, Wolraich, M. and Routh, D.K. (Eds), JAI Press, Inc., Greenwich, pp. 257-271.
 
 
 
 
63. Tallal, P. (1983) A precise timing mechanism may underlie a common speech perception and production area in the peri-Sylvian cortex of the dominant hemisphere. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 6:219-220.
 
 
65. Stark, R. , Bernstein, L., Condino, R., Bender, M., Tallal, P. and Catts, H. (1984) Four-year follow-up study of language impaired children.  Annals of Dyslexia, 34:49-68.
 
66. Chase, C. Schmitt, R.L., Russell, G. and Tallal, P. (1984) A new chemotherapeutic investigation: Piracetam effects on dyslexia.  Annals of Dyslexia, 34:29-48.
 
 
 
 
70. Tallal, P. (1985) Neuropsychological foundations of specific developmental disorders of speech and language: Implications for theories of hemispheric specialization. In: Psychiatry (Vol. 3), Cavenar, J.O., Jr. (Ed.), Lippincott Co., Philadelphia, Chapter 67, pp. 1 -15.
 
 
 
 
74. Tallal, P. (1986) Language functions and brain organization.  Review of Language Functions and Brain Organization, by Sidney J. Segalowitz.  Contemporary Psychology, 31(1):47-48.
 
75. Tallal, P., Chase, C., Russell, G. and Schmitt, R. (1986) Evaluation of the efficacy of piracetam in treating information processing, reading and writing disorders in dyslexic children.  International Journal of Psychophysiology, 4:41-52.
 
76. Tallal, P. (1986) Forward to book Treating Auditory Processing Difficulties in Children:  Theory and Practice, by Christine Sloan. College-Hill Press: San Diego.
 
 
 
81.    Tallal, P. (1998) Children With Language Impairment Can Be Accurately Identified Using Temporal Processing Measures:  A Response to Zhang and Tomblin, Brain and Language, 65, 395-403.
 
87.    Tallal, P. (1999) “Moving Research From The Laboratory to Clinics and Classrooms”, In:  Reading and Attention Disorders:  Neurobiological Correlates, Drake Duane (ed.), chapter 6, pp. 93-112.
89.    Tallal, P., (1999) Neurobiological and neuropsychological studies of language development and disorders, In:  The Adaptable Brain, v. II, p. 23-35., Library of Congress.
 
90.    Merzenich, M.M., Saunders, G., Jenkins, W.M., S.L., Peterson, B.E., Tallal, P. (1999) Pervasive Developmental Disorders:  Listening Training and Language Abilities, In: S.H. Broman & J.M. Fletcher (Eds.) The Changing Nervous System:  Neurobehavioral Consequences of Early Brain Disorders, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 365-385.
 
91.    Clark, M.G., Rosen, G.D., Tallal, P., & Fitch, R.H. (2000) Impaired processing of complex auditory stimuli in rats with induced cerebrocortical microgyria, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, v. 12 issue 5, pp. 828-839.
 
93.    Tallal, P. (2000) Book Review of: Laurence B. Leonard’s, Children With Specific Language Impairment, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 6:3, pp. 372-374.
 
94.    Clark, M.G., Rosen, G.D., Tallal, P., & Fitch, R.H. (2000) Impaired two-tone processing at rapid rates in rats with induced microgyria, Brain Research ,  871(1):94-7.
 
101.    Tallal, P., Hirsch, L. S., Realpe-Bonilla, T., Miller, S., Brzustowicz, L., & Flax, J. F. (2001) Familial aggregation in specific language impairment,  Journal of Speech, Language,  and Hearing Research, vol. 44, pp. 1172-1182.
 
103.    Johnston, J. R., Miller, J., Curtiss, S., & Tallal, P. (2001) Use of cognitive state predicates by language impaired children, International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 36(3):349-70.
 
104.    Poldrack, R.A., Temple, E., Protopapas, A., Nagarajan, S828 Tallal, P., Merzenich, M.M., Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2001) Relations between the neural bases of dynamic auditory processing and phonological processing:  Evidence from fMRI, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 13(5): 687-97.
 
105.    Bartlett, C. W., Flax, Judy F., Logue, Mark W., Vieland, V. J., Bassett,A. S., Tallal, P., & Brzustowicz, L.M. (2002) A Major Susceptibility Locus for Specific Language Impairment is Located on 13q21, American Journal of Human Genetics, v. 71, pp., 45-55.
 
106.    Tallal, P.A. (2002) Language, learning impairments.   In:  The Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 3rd edition on the www, G. Adelman & B.H. Smith eds., Amsterdam:  Elsevier Science.
 
109.    Temple, E., Deutsch, G. K., Poldrack, R.A., Miller, S.L., Tallal, P., Merzenich, M.M. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2003) Neural deficits in children with dyslexia ameliorated by behavioral remediation:  Evidence from functional MRI, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, v. 100, no. 5, p. 2860-2865.
 
116.    Bartlett, CW., Tallal, P., Flax, J.F., Realpe-Bonnilla, T., Hirsch, L.S., Yabut, O., Zimmerman, R., Hayter, J.E., Li, W., Logue, M.W. (2004) A Genome Scan for Specific Language Impairment Loci in Multiplex Families from the United States and sequentially updated analysis with a previous SLI genome scan in Canadian families, American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B, v. 73, no 5.
 
 
117.    Bartlett, C.S., Flax, J.F., Logue, M.W., Smith, B.J., Vieland, V.J., Tallal, P., Brzustowicz, L.M. (2004) Examination of potential overlap in autism and language loci on chromosomes 2, 7, and 13 in two independent samples ascertained for specific language impairment, Human Heredity, v. 57 (1), p. 10-20.
 
119.    Tallal, P. & Fitch, H. (2004) Central Auditory Processing and Language Learning Impairments: Implications for Neuroplasticity Research, In: Plasticity and Signal Representation in the Auditory System Josef Syka and Michael M. Merzenich (eds.) Kluwer Plenum, NY.
 
120.    Tallal, P. (2004) Improving Language and Literacy is a Matter of Time,   Reprinted in:  American Association of School Administrators 2004 Monograph, Women Administrators Conference, Duquesne University School of Education Leadership Institute and the American Association of School Administrators, p. 35-39.
 
121.    Gaab, N., Tallal, P., Kim, H., Lakshminarayanan, K., Archie, J.J., Gary H. G., Gabrieli, J. (2005) “Neural Correlates of Rapid Spectro-Temporal Processing in Musicians and Non-musicians”,  New York Academy of Sciences, 1060:82-88.
 
122.    Tallal, P. (2006) Process Faster, Talk Earlier, Read Better, In: The Dyslexic Brain, Glenn D. Rosen, ed., The Dyslexia Foundation, p. 49-74.
 
123.    Tallal, P. (2006) What Happens When ‘Dyslexic’ Subjects Do Not Meet the Criteria for Dyslexia and Sensorimoror Tasks Are Too Dificult Even for the Controls? (Commentary on White et al, 2006), The Authors Journal, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., Developmental Science,  9(3) p. 262-264.
 
124.    Miller, S. & Tallal, P. (2006) Addressing Literacy Through Neuroscience, The School Administrator, December 2006 issue, p. 19-23.
 
125.    Tallal, P. & Gaab, N. (2006) The Role of Dynamic Auditory Processing, Including Musical Training, in Language Development and Disorders, Trends in Neuroscience , 29(7).
 
126.    Tallal, P. & Miller, S. (2006) The Reading Brain, Middle Matters.
 
127.    Tallal, P.,  (2006) Foreward for: Handbook of (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder – Volume II: Comprehensive Intervention. Gail D. Chermak & Frank E. Musiek (Eds.)
 
128.    Burns & Tallal   (2007) Fast ForWord. In B.S. Myles, T.C. Swanson, J. Holversot, & M. Duncan Eds.) Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Encyclopedia for Parents and Professionals, Wesport, CT: Greenwood Publishing.
 
129.    Lakshminarayanan, K. & Tallal, P., (2007) Generalization of Non-linguistic Auditory Perceptual Training to Syllable Discrimination, Restorative Neurology & Neuroscience, IOS Press, 25 (263-272).
 
130.    Gaab, N. Gabrieli, J.D.E., Deutsch, G.K., Tallal, P. & Temple, E. (2007) Neural Correlates of rapid auditory processing are disrupted in children with developmental dyslexia and ameliorated with training: an fMRI study. Journal of Restorative Neurology Neuroscience, IOS Press, 25 (295-310).
 
131.    Tallal, P. (2008) Forward to: John Corcoran , The Bridge to Literacy: No Child – or Adult- Left Behind.
 
132.    Simmons, T.R., Flax, J.F., Azaro, M.A., Hayter, J.E., Justice, L.M., Petrill,      S.A.,  Bassett, A.S., Tallal , P., Brzustowicz, L.M., & Bartlett, C.W. (2010)      Increasing  Genotype-Phenotype Model Determinism: Application     to Bivariate Reading/Language Traits and Epistatic     Interactions in Language-Impaired Families. Human Heredity, 70: p. 232–244
 
133.    Fellbaum, C., Miller, S., Curtiss, S. and Tallal, P., (1995) Auditory Processing Deficits as a Possible Source of SLI, Proceedings of the 19th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, D. MacLaughlin & S. McEwen (eds.), pp. 204-215, Cascadilla Press:  Somerville, MA.
 
134.    Miller, S., Delaney, T. and Tallal, P., (1995) Speech and Other Central Auditory Processes:  Insights from Cognitive Neuroscience, Current Opinions, v. 5, p. 198-204.
 
135.    Cowell, P. , Jernigan, T. , Denenberg, V.  and Tallal, P., (1995) Language and Learning Impairment and Prenatal Risk:  An MRI Study of the Corpus Callosum and Cerebral Volume.  Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, v. 3, no. 1.  pp. 1-13.
 
137.    Tallal, P., Miller, S., & Fitch, (1995), R., Neurobiological Basis of Speech:  A Case for the Preeminence of Temporal Processing, The Irish Journal of Psychology, v. 16, no. 3, p. 194-219.
 
138.    Tallal, P., Miller, S.L., Bedi, G., Byma, G., Wang, X., Nagarajan, S. S., Schreiner, C., Jenkins, W.M., Merzenich, M. M., (1996) Language Comprehension in Language-Learning Impaired Children Improved with Acoustically Modified Speech, Science, v. 271, p. 81-84.
 
139.    Merzenich, M. Jenkins, W., Johnston, P., S., Schreiner, C., Miller, S. L. & Tallal, P., (1996) Temporal Processing Deficits of Language-Learning Impaired Children Ameliorated by Training, Science, v. 271, p. 77-81.
 
141.    Fiez, J. Raichle, M., Balota, D., Tallal, P. and Petersen, S., (1996) Pet Activation of Posterior Temporal Regions During Passive Auditory Word Presentation and Verb Generation,  Cerebral Cortex, Oxford University Press, v. 6:1-10.
 
142.    Benasich, A. A. & Tallal, P., (1996) Auditory Temporal Processing Thresholds, Habituation, and Recognition Memory over the First Year, Infant Behavior and Development, v. 19, p. 339-357.
 
143.    Merzenich, Michael M.; Wright B.; Jenkins W.;Xerri,C.; Byl, N; Miller, S. and Tallal, P (l996) Cortical plasticity underlying perceptual, motor and cognitive skill development; implications for neurorehabilitation. Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quantitative Biology, v. 61, p.1-8
 
145.    Fitch, R. H., Miller, S. & Tallal, P. (1997) Neurobiology of Speech Perception, Annual Review of Neuroscience, v. 20, p. 331-353.
 
146.    Merzenich, Michael M.; Miller, S.; Jenkins, W.M.; Saunders, G.; Protopapas, A.; Peterson, B. and Tallal, P. (l997) Amelioration of the Acoustic Reception and Speech Reception Deficits Underlying Language-Based Learning Impairments. In: Rodin Academy Proceedings, Stockholm, Sweden.  Curt Von Euler (Ed), pp 143-172.
 
147.    Fitch, R., Brown, C., Tallal, P. & Rosen, G., (1997) The Effects of Sex and MK-801 on Auditory -Processing Deficits Associated with Developmental Microgyric Lesions in Rats, Behavioral Neuroscience, v. 111,  no. 2, p. 404-412.
 
148.    Spitz, R. V., Tallal, P., Flax, J. & Benasich A., (1997) Look Who’s Talking:  A Prospective Study of Familial Transmission of Language Impairments, Journal of Speech Hearing Research, v. 40, no. 5, p. 990-1001.
 
149.    Tallal, P., Allard, L., Miller, S., & Curtiss, S., (1997) Academic Outcomes of Language Impaired Children, In:  Dyslexia:  Biology, Cognition and Intervention, Hulne, C. and Snowling, M. (Eds), Whurr Press, London, pp. 167-181.
 
150.    Tallal, P., Miller, S., Jenkins, B., & Merzenich, M., (1997) The Role of Temporal Processing in Developmental Language-Based Learning Disorders:  Research and Clinical Implications, In:  Foundations of Reading Acquisition, Benita Blachman, Ed., Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., Inc. Publishers, p 49-66.
 
151.    Tallal, P., (1998) How Do Limitations in Processing Rate Capacity Affect Language Development, American Speech Hearing Association, Newsletter.
 
152.    Llinas, R., Ribary, U. & Tallal, P. (1998) Dyschronic language-based learning disability.  In Basic Neural Mechanisms in Cognition and Language.  Wenner-Gren International Symposium Series, Elsevier Science Ltd., Oxford, pp. 101-109.
 
 
153.    Tallal, P. (1998) Language learning impairment:  Integrating research and remediation, Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, v. 39, no. 3, p. 197-199.
 
154.    Nagarajan, S.S., Wang, X., Merzenich, M.M., Schreiner, C.E., Johnston, P.A., Jenkins, W.M., Miller, S.L., & Tallal, P., A (1998) Speech Modification Algorithms Used For Training Language-Learning Impaired Children (LLIs).  IEEE Transactions in Rehabilitation Engineering, v.6, n.3, pp. 257-268.
 
155.    Tallal, P., (1998) Development and Disorders of Speech and Language:  Implications for Neural and Behavioral Plasticity, In:  Maturational Windows and Adult Cortical Plasticity, edited by B. Julesz and I. Kovacs, Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, Proceedings V. XXIV, v. 6(3), pp. 257-268.  
 
156.    Albert, M.S., Diamond, A.D., Fitch, H.R., Neville, H.J., Rapp, P.R. and Tallal, P. (1998) Cognitive Development, In:  Fundamental Neuroscience, Zigmond, M.J., Bloon, F.E., Landis, S.C., Roberts, J.C. and Squire, L.R. (Eds.) Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 1313-1335.
 
157.    Tallal, P., Merzenich, M., Miller, S., & Jenkins, W. (1998) Language Learning Impairments:  Integrating Basic Science, Technology and Remediation, Experimental Brain Research, v. 123, p 210-219.
 
158.    Protopapas, A. & Tallal, P. (1998) On the ontogeny of combination sensitive neurons in speech perception, Brain & Behavioral Sciences, v. 21, n. 2,pp. 280-282
 
159.    Tallal, P. (1998) Children With Language Impairment Can Be Accurately Identified Using Temporal Processing Measures:  A Response to Zhang and Tomblin, Brain and Language, 65, 395-403.
 
160.    Tallal, P., Miller, S.L., Bedi, G., Wang, X., Nagarajan, S., Schreiner, C., Jenkins, W.M., Merzenich, M.M. (1998) Language comprehension in language-learning impaired children improved with acoustically modified speech, in M.E. Hertzig & E.A. Farber (Eds.) Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development 1997, Brunner/Mazel, Inc., Bristol, PA.
 
161.    Merzenich, M.M., Tallal, P., Peterson, B., Miller, S.L., Jenkins, W.M. (1999) Some neurological principles relevant to the origins of -- and the cortical plasticity based remediation of -- language learning impairments.  In:  Neuroplasticity:  Building a Bridge from the Laboratory to the Clinic.  J. Grafman, ed., Elsevier, p 169-187.
 
162.    Bishop, D.V.M., Bishop, S.J., Bright, P., James, C., Delaney, T., Miller, S., & Tallal, P. (1999) Different etiological origin of auditory deficit and weak phonological short-term memory in children with specific language impairment:  Evidence from a twin study.  Journal of Speech Hearing & Language Research, 42(1), pp. 155-168.
 
 
163.    Brown, C.P., Fitch, H. , & Tallal, P. (1999) Sex and hemispheric differences for rapid auditory processing in normal adults., Laterality, 4 (1) p. 39-50.
 
164.    Miller, S.L., Linn, N., Tallal, P., Merzenich, M.M., and Jenkins, W.M., (1999) Acoustically modified speech and language training:  A relationship between auditory word discrimination training and measures of language outcome, Speech and Language Therapy, v. 197:159-182.
 
165.    Tallal, P. (1999) “Moving Research From The Laboratory to Clinics and Classrooms”, In:  Reading and Attention Disorders:  Neurobiological Correlates, Drake Duane (ed.), chapter 6, pp. 93-112.
 
166.    Nagarajan, S., Mahncke, H., Salz, T., Tallal, P., Roberts, T. and Merzenich, M.M. (1999) Cortical Auditory Signal Processing in Poor-Reading Adults, Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 96, pp. 6483-6488.
 
 
167.    Tallal, P., (1999) Neurobiological and neuropsychological studies of language development and disorders, In:  The Adaptable Brain, v. II, p. 23-35., Library of Congress.
 
168.    Merzenich, M.M., Saunders, G., Jenkins, W.M., S.L., Peterson, B.E., Tallal, P. (1999) Pervasive Developmental Disorders:  Listening Training and Language Abilities, In: S.H. Broman & J.M. Fletcher (Eds.) The Changing Nervous System:  Neurobehavioral Consequences of Early Brain Disorders, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 365-385.
 
169.    Clark, M.G., Rosen, G.D., Tallal, P., & Fitch, R.H. (2000) Impaired processing of complex auditory stimuli in rats with induced cerebrocortical microgyria, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, v. 12 issue 5, pp. 828-839.
 
 
170.    Tallal, P. (2000) The science of literacy:  From the laboratory to the classroom.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 97(6), p. 2402-2404.
 
171.    Tallal, P. (2000) Book Review of: Laurence B. Leonard’s, Children With Specific Language Impairment, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 6:3, pp. 372-374.
 
172.    Clark, M.G., Rosen, G.D., Tallal, P., & Fitch, R.H. (2000) Impaired two-tone processing at rapid rates in rats with induced microgyria, Brain Research ,  871(1):94-7.
 
173.    Trauner, D., Wulfeck, B., Tallal, P. & Hesselink, J. (2000) Neurologic and MRI profiles of children with developmental language impairment, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, v. 42, pp. 470-475.
 
174.    Ribary, U., Joliot, Miller, S. L., M., Kronberg, E., Cappell, J., Tallal, P., & Llinas, R. (2000) Cognitive Temporal Binding and its Relation to 40 Hz Activity In Humans: Alteration During Dyslexia, In Biomag 96, Proceedings of the Tenth Internatinal Conference on Biomagnetism, Cheryl J. Aine,  Yoshio Okada, Gerhard Stroink, Stephen J. Swithenby & Charles C. Wood.,Eds.,  v. 11, p. 971-974..
 
175.    Tallal, P. (2000) Experimental Studies of Language Learning Impairments:  From Research to Remediation, In:  Speech and Language Impairments in Children:  Causes, Characteristics, Intervention and Outcome, D.V.M. Bishop & L.B. Leonard (Eds.), Hove, UK:  Psychology Press, p. 131-155.
 
176.    Temple, E., Poldrack, R.A., Protopapas, A., Nagarajan, S., Salz, T., Tallal, P., Merzenich, M.M. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2000) Disruption of the Neural Response to Rapid Acoustic Stimuli in Dyslexia:  Evidence from fMRI, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 97 (25, pp. 13907-12.
 
177.    Tallal, P. & Patterson, M. (2000) Language and Brain Systems, In:  Encyclopedia of Psychology, APA Books, vol. 44, pp. 479-482.
 
178.    Temple, E., Poldrack, R.A., Salidis, J., Deutsch, G.K., Tallal, p., Merzenich, M.M. & Gabrieli, J.D.  (2001) Disrupted neural responses to phonological and orthographic processing in dyslexic children An fMRI study.  Neuroreport, 12(2), pp. 299-307.
 
179.    Tallal, P., Hirsch, L. S., Realpe-Bonilla, T., Miller, S., Brzustowicz, L., & Flax, J. F. (2001) Familial aggregation in specific language impairment,  Journal of Speech, Language,  and Hearing Research, vol. 44, pp. 1172-1182.
 
183.    Bartlett, C. W., Flax, Judy F., Logue, Mark W., Vieland, V. J., Bassett,A. S., Tallal, P., & Brzustowicz, L.M. (2002) A Major Susceptibility Locus for Specific Language Impairment is Located on 13q21, American Journal of Human Genetics, v. 71, pp., 45-55.
 
184.    Tallal, P.A. (2002) Language, learning impairments.   In:  The Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 3rd edition on the www, G. Adelman & B.H. Smith eds., Amsterdam:  Elsevier Science.
 
186.    Tallal, P. (2002) Are developmental disabilities the same in children and adults? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25, 6, pp. 727-788.
 
191.    Tallal, P. (2003) Language Learning Disabilities:  Integrating Research Approaches, Current Directions in Psychological Science, v. 12, no. 6, p. 206-211.
 
192.    Merzenich, M.M., Saunders, G., Tallal, P. (2003) Origins of language impairments for –and impacts of training on – pervasively developmentally disabled children.  In: Role of Neuroplasticity in Rare Developmental Disorders.  S. Broman and J. Fletcher, eds..
 
194.    Bartlett, CW., Tallal, P., Flax, J.F., Realpe-Bonnilla, T., Hirsch, L.S., Yabut, O., Zimmerman, R., Hayter, J.E., Li, W., Logue, M.W. (2004) A Genome Scan for Specific Language Impairment Loci in Multiplex Families from the United States and sequentially updated analysis with a previous SLI genome scan in Canadian families, American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B, v. 73, no 5.
 
196.    Tallal, P. (2004) Improving Language and Literacy is a Matter of Time, Nature Reviews Neuroscience, v. 5, no. 9, pp.  721-728.
 
197.    Tallal, P. & Fitch, H. (2004) Central Auditory Processing and Language Learning Impairments: Implications for Neuroplasticity Research, In: Plasticity and Signal Representation in the Auditory System Josef Syka and Michael M. Merzenich (eds.) Kluwer Plenum, NY.
 
198.    Tallal, P. (2004) Improving Language and Literacy is a Matter of Time,   Reprinted in:  American Association of School Administrators 2004 Monograph, Women Administrators Conference, Duquesne University School of Education Leadership Institute and the American Association of School Administrators, p. 35-39.
 
199.    Gaab, N., Tallal, P., Kim, H., Lakshminarayanan, K., Archie, J.J., Gary H. G., Gabrieli, J. (2005) “Neural Correlates of Rapid Spectro-Temporal Processing in Musicians and Non-musicians”,  New York Academy of Sciences, 1060:82-88.
 
202.    Miller, S. & Tallal, P. (2006) Addressing Literacy Through Neuroscience, The School Administrator, December 2006 issue, p. 19-23.
 
203.    Tallal, P. & Gaab, N. (2006) The Role of Dynamic Auditory Processing, Including Musical Training, in Language Development and Disorders, Trends in Neuroscience , 29(7).
 
205.    Tallal, P.,  (2006) Foreward for: Handbook of (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder – Volume II: Comprehensive Intervention. Gail D. Chermak & Frank E. Musiek (Eds.)
 
206.    Burns & Tallal   (2007) Fast ForWord. In B.S. Myles, T.C. Swanson, J. Holversot, & M. Duncan Eds.) Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Encyclopedia for Parents and Professionals, Wesport, CT: Greenwood Publishing.
 
208.    Gaab, N. Gabrieli, J.D.E., Deutsch, G.K., Tallal, P. & Temple, E. (2007) Neural Correlates of rapid auditory processing are disrupted in children with developmental dyslexia and ameliorated with training: an fMRI study. Journal of Restorative Neurology Neuroscience, IOS Press, 25 (295-310).
 
209.    Tallal, P. (2008) Forward to: John Corcoran , The Bridge to Literacy: No Child – or Adult- Left Behind.