Undergraduate co-authors denoted with *
Isbell, E., Stevens, C., Bell, T., Hampton Wray, A., & Neville, H.J. (in press). 5-HTTLPR polymorphism is linked to neural mechanisms of selective attention in preschoolers from lower socioeconomic backgrounds. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.
Stevens, C., Witkow, M., & *Smelt, B. (in press). Strengthening scientific reasoning skills in introductory psychology: Evidence from community college and liberal arts classrooms. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology.
Karns, C., Stevens, C., Dow, M.W., *Schorr, E., & Neville, H.J. (2016). Atypical white matter mircrostructure in congenitally deaf adults: A region of interest and tractography study using diffusion-tensor imaging. Hearing Research.
Neville, H., Pakulak, E., & Stevens, C. (2015). Family-based training to improve cognitive outcomes for children from lower socioeconomic status backgrounds: Emerging themes and challenges. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 4, 166-170. [pdf]
Stevens, C. (2015). The cognitive neuroscience of sign language: Engaging undergraduate students' critical thinking skills using the primary literature. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 14, A66-72. [pdf]
Stevens, C., Paulsen, D., *Yasen, A., & Neville, H. (2015). Atypical auditory recovery cycles in children from lower socio-economic backgrounds: ERP evidence for a role of selective attention. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 95, 156-166. [pdf]
Stevens, C., & Witkow, M. (2014). Training scientific reasoning skills: Evidence from an MCAT2015 aligned classroom module. Teaching of Psychology, 41, 115-121. [pdf]
*Scott, G., Karns, C., Dow, M., Stevens, C., & Neville, H. (2014). Enhanced peripheral visual processing in congenitally deaf adults is supported by multiple brain regions, including primary auditory cortex. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, 1-9. [pdf]
Stevens, C. (2014). The Community Grant Writing Project (CGWP): A flexible model for service-learning in writing-intensive courses. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 18, 261-280. [pdf]
Stevens, C., *McIlraith, A., *Niermeyer, M., *Rusk, N., & *Waller, H. (2013). Relative laterality of the N170 to single letter stimuli is predicted by a concurrent neural index of implicit processing of letter names. Neuropsychologia, 51, 667-674. [pdf]
Neville, H., Stevens, C., Pakulak, E., Bell, T., Fanning, J., Klein, S., & Isbell, E. (2013). Family-based training improves behavior, cognition, and brain functions supporting attention. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110, 12138-12143. [pdf]
Stevens, C., Harn, B., Chard, D., Currin, J., Parisi, D., & Neville, H. (2013). Examining the role of attention and instruction in at-risk kindergarteners: Electrophysiological measures of selective auditory attention before and after an early literacy intervention. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 46, 73-86. [pdf]
Neville, H., Stevens, C., Pakulak, E., & Bell, T. (2013). Commentary: Neurocognitive consequences of socioeconomic disparities. Developmental Science, 16, 708-712. [pdf]
Stevens, C., & Bavelier, D. (2012). The role of selective attention on academic foundations: A cognitive neuroscience perspective. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 2S, S30-48. [pdf]
Stevens, C., Paulsen, D., *Yasen, A., *Mitsunaga, L., & Neville, H. (2012). ERP evidence for attenuated auditory recovery cycles in children with Specific Language Impairment (SLI). Brain Research, 1438, 35-47. [pdf]
Yamada, Y., Stevens, C., Dow, M., Harn, B., Chard, D., & Neville, H. (2011). Emergence of the neural network for reading in five-year-old beginning readers of different levels of preliteracy abilities: An fMRI study. NeuroImage, 57, 704-713. [pdf]
Stevens, C. (2011). Integrating community outreach into the undergraduate neuroscience classroom. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 10, A44-49. [pdf]
Stevens, C., *Lauinger, B., & Neville, H. (2009). Vulnerability of selective auditory attention in children from lower socio-economic backgrounds. Developmental Science, 12, 634-646. [pdf]
Stevens, C., Fanning, J., Coch, D., Sanders, L., & Neville, H. (2008). Changes in selective auditory attention following computerized language training: ERP evidence from language-impaired and typically developing children. Brain Research, 1205, 55-69. [pdf]
Stevens, C., Sanders, L., & Neville, H. (2006). Neurophysiological evidence for selective auditory attention deficits in children with specific language impairment. Brain Research, 1111, 143-152. [pdf]
Cromer, L.D., Stevens, C., DePrince, A.P., & Pears, K. (2006). The relationship between executive attention and dissociation in children. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 7, 135-153. [pdf]
Stevens, C., & Neville, H. (2006). Neuroplasticity as a double-edged sword: Deaf enhancements and dyslexic deficits in motion processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 18, 701-714. [pdf]
Sanders, L., Stevens, C., Coch, D., & Neville, H. (2006). Selective auditory attention in 3-5-year-old children: An event-related potential study. Neuropsychologia, 44, 2126-2138. [pdf]
Oviatt, S., Darves (Stevens), C., & Coulston, R. (2004). Toward adaptive conversational interfaces: Modeling speech convergence with animated personals. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Communication, 11, 300-328.