|Predictors of developmental dyslexia in European orthographies with varying complexity|
K Landerl, F Ramus, K Moll, H Lyytinen, PHT Leppänen, K Lohvansuu, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 54 (6), 686-694, 2013
|Cognitive mechanisms underlying reading and spelling development in five European orthographies|
K Moll, F Ramus, J Bartling, J Bruder, S Kunze, N Neuhoff, S Streiftau, ...
Learning and Instruction 29, 65-77, 2014
|Newborn brain event-related potentials revealing atypical processing of sound frequency and the subsequent association with later literacy skills in children with familial dyslexia|
PHT Leppänen, JA Hämäläinen, HK Salminen, KM Eklund, TK Guttorm, ...
Cortex 46 (10), 1362-1376, 2010
|Genetic analysis of dyslexia candidate genes in the European cross-linguistic NeuroDys cohort|
J Becker, D Czamara, TS Scerri, F Ramus, V Csépe, JB Talcott, J Stein, ...
European Journal of Human Genetics 22 (5), 675-680, 2014
|Reading to learn from online information: Modeling the factor structure|
C Kiili, DJ Leu, J Utriainen, J Coiro, L Kanniainen, A Tolvanen, ...
Journal of Literacy Research 50 (3), 304-334, 2018
|Event-related potentials to tones show differences between children with multiple risk factors for dyslexia and control children before the onset of formal reading instruction|
JA Hämäläinen, K Lohvansuu, L Ervast, PHT Leppänen
International Journal of Psychophysiology 95 (2), 101-112, 2015
|Longitudinal interactions between brain and cognitive measures on reading development from 6 months to 14 years|
K Lohvansuu, JA Hämäläinen, L Ervast, H Lyytinen, PHT Leppänen
Neuropsychologia 108, 6-12, 2018
|Enhancement of brain event-related potentials to speech sounds is associated with compensated reading skills in dyslexic children with familial risk for dyslexia|
K Lohvansuu, JA Hämäläinen, A Tanskanen, L Ervast, E Heikkinen, ...
International journal of psychophysiology 94 (3), 298-310, 2014
|Brain event-related potentials reveal atypical processing of sound frequency in newborns at-risk for familial dyslexia and associations to reading and related skills|
PHT Leppänen, JA Hämäläinen, HK Salminen, K Eklund, TK Guttorm, ...
Cortex 46 (10), 1362-1376, 2010
|Separating mismatch negativity (MMN) response from auditory obligatory brain responses in school‐aged children|
K Lohvansuu, JA Hämäläinen, A Tanskanen, J Bartling, J Bruder, ...
Psychophysiology 50 (7), 640-652, 2013
|Epilepsy in neuropathologically verified Alzheimer’s disease|
T Rauramaa, A Saxlin, K Lohvansuu, I Alafuzoff, A Pitkänen, H Soininen
Seizure 58, 9-12, 2018
|Event-related brain potentials to change in the frequency and temporal structure of sounds in typically developing 5–6-year-old children|
L Ervast, JA Hämäläinen, S Zachau, K Lohvansuu, K Heinänen, M Veijola, ...
International Journal of Psychophysiology 98 (3), 413-425, 2015
|Brain event-related potentials to phoneme contrasts and their correlation to reading skills in school-age children|
J Hämäläinen, N Landi, O Loberg, K Lohvansuu, K Pugh, PHT Leppänen
International journal of behavioral development 42 (3), 357-372, 2018
|Deviance detection in sound frequency in simple and complex sounds in urethane-anesthetized rats|
T Yang, JA Hämäläinen, K Lohvansuu, A Lipponen, M Penttonen, ...
Hearing Research, 107814, 2019
|Reproducibility of Brain Responses: High for Speech Perception, Low for Reading Difficulties|
PHT Leppänen, D Tóth, F Honbolygó, K Lohvansuu, JA Hämäläinen, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-12, 2019
|Lukivaikeuden taustalla takkuja aivoyhteyksissä|
Ruusupuiston uutiset 2018 (4), 2018
|Attentional Processes in Children With Attentional Problems or Reading Difficulties as Revealed Using Brain Event-Related Potentials and Their Source Localization|
PRS Gopalan, O Loberg, K Lohvansuu, B McCandliss, J Hämäläinen, ...
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 14, 2020
|Neurocognitive risk factors for developmental dyslexia|
P Leppänen, J Hämäläinen, K Lohvansuu, C Kiili, J Hautala, O Loberg, ...
|Brain responses to speech sounds in infants and children with and without familial risk for dyslexia|
Jyväskylä studies in education, psychology and social research, 2015