(corresponding author bolded, MDD student underlined)
Edgin, J. O., Liu, Y., Hughes, K., Spanò, G., & Clark, C. A. (2019). The “eyes have it,” but when in development?: The importance of a developmental perspective in our understanding of behavioral memory formation and the hippocampus. Hippocampus.
Sakhon, S., Edwards, K., Luongo, A., Murphy, M., & Edgin, J.O. (2018). Small sets of novel words are fully retained after 1-week in Children with and without Down syndrome: A fast mapping study. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society.
Clark, C. A., Fernandez, F., Sakhon, S., Spanò, G., & Edgin, J. O. (2017). The medial temporal memory system in Down syndrome: Translating animal models of hippocampal compromise. Hippocampus.
Spano, G., Intraub, H., & Edgin, J.O. (2017). Testing the “Boundaries” of Boundary Extension: Anticipatory Scene Representation Across Development and Disorder. Hippocampus.
Edgin, J.O. & Nadel, L. (2017). Hippocampus and Development. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology.
Spanò, G., Peterson, M., Nadel, L., Rhoads, C., & Edgin, J.O. (2015). Seeing can be remembering: Interactions between memory and perception in typical and atypical development. Clinical Psychological Science, 1-18.
Edgin, J.O., Clark, C.A.C., Massand, E., & Karmiloff-Smith, A. (2015). Building an adaptive brain across development: Targets for neurorehabilitation must begin in infancy, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 9, 232.
Edgin, J.O., Pennington, B.F. & Mervis, C.B. (2010). Neuropsychological components of intellectual disability: The role of immediate, working and associative memory, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 54 (5), 406-417.
Sleep and Learning
Combs, D., Goodwin, J. L., Quan, S. F., Morgan, W. J., Hsu, C. H., Edgin, J. O., & Parthasarathy, S. (2019). Mother Knows Best? Comparing Child Report and Parent Report of Sleep Parameters With Polysomnography. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 15(01), 111-117.
Spanò, G., Gómez, R. L., Demara, B. I., Alt, M., Cowen, S. L., & Edgin, J. O. (2018). REM sleep in naps differentially relates to memory consolidation in typical preschoolers and children with Down syndrome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201811488.
Fernandez, F., Nyhuis, C. C., Anand, P., Demara, B. I., Ruby, N. F., Spanò, G., ... & Edgin, J. O. (2017). Young children with Down syndrome show normal development of circadian rhythms, but poor sleep efficiency: a cross-sectional study across the first 60 months of life. Sleep Medicine, 33, 134-144.
Fernandez, F. & Edgin, J.O. (2013). Poor sleep as a precursor to cognitive decline in Down syndrome: A hypothesis. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and Parkinsonism, 3, 124. Special Issue on Down syndrome.
Fernandez, F., & Edgin, J. O. (2016). Pharmacotherapy in Down's syndrome: which way forward?. The Lancet Neurology, 15(8), 776.
Spano, G. & Edgin, J.O. (in press). Everyday memory in individuals with Down syndrome: Validation of the Observer Memory Questionnaire-Parent Form. Child Neuropsychology.