46. Dick, A. S., & Müller, U. Eds. (2018). Advancing developmental science: Philosophy, theory, and method. New York and London: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

BioRxiv/PsyArXiv Preprints/Under Review

45. Hagler, D., Hatton, S. N., Makowski, C., Cornejo, D., Fair, D. A., Dick, A. S., Sutherland, M. T., Casey, B. J., Barch, D. M. et al., (2018). Image processing and analysis methods for the Adolescent Brain and Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study.

44. Nomi, J. S., Marshall, E., Zaidel, E., Biswal, B., Castellanos, F. X., Dick, A. S., Uddin, L. Q., & Mooshagian, E. (2018). Diffusion-weighted imaging evidence of extra-callosal pathways for interhemispheric communication after complete commissurotomy.

43. Dick, A. S., Garcia, N. L., Pruden, S. M., Thompson, W. K., Hawes, S. W., Sutherland, M., Riedel, M., Laird, A., & Gonzalez, R. (2018). No bilingual advantage for executive function: Evidence from a large sample of children in the Adolescent Brain and Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study.

42. Broce, I.**, Bernal, B., Altman, N., Tremblay, P., & Dick, A. S. (2017). Fiber pathways supporting early literacy: A DTI study.

Published Peer Reviewed Articles, Chapters, and Other Formats

41. Dick, A.S., Garic, D., Graziano, P., & Tremblay, P. (2019). The frontal aslant tract (FAT) and its role in speech, language, and executive function. Cortex, 111, 148-163. and

40. Garic, D.**, Broce, I.**, Graziano, P., Mattfeld, A. & Dick, A. S. (2018). Laterality of the frontal aslant tract (FAT) explains externalizing behaviors through its association with executive function. Developmental Science. (PDF)

39. Tremblay, P. T., Perron, M., Deschamps, I., Kennedy-Higgins, D., Houde, J-C., Dick, A. S., & Descoteaux, M. (2018). A diffusion MRI study on the role of the arcuate and middle longitudinal fasciculi in the aging of speech perception in noise. Human Brain Mapping. (PDF)

38. Casey, B.J., Cannonier, T., Conley, M., Cohen, A. O., Barch, D., Heitzig, M., Soules, M., Teslovich, T., Dellarco, D., Garavan, H., Orr, C., Wager, T., Banich, M., Speer, N., Sutherland, M., Riedel, M. C., Dick, A. S., Bjork, J., Burgess, G. C., Thomas, K. M., Charaani, B., Mejia, M. H., Hagler, D., Sicat, C. S., Harms, M., Dosenbach, N., Earl, E., Bartsch, H., Watts, R., Polimeni, J., Kuperman, J., Fair, D., & Dale, A. and the ABCD Imaging Acquisition Workgroup (2018). The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study: Functional imaging acquisition across sites. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 32, 43-54. (PDF)

37. Nazareth, A.**, Dick, A. S., Killick, R., & Pruden, S. (2018). Strategy selection versus flexibility: Using eye-trackers to investigate strategy use during mental rotation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.

36. Nomi, J.S., Schettini, E., Broce, I.**, Dick, A. S., Uddin, L. Q. (2018). Structural connections of functionally-defined human insular subdivisions. Cerebral Cortex, 28, 3445-3456. (PDF)

35. Comer, J. S., del Busto, C., Dick, A. S., Furr, J. M., & Puliafico, A. C. (in press). Adapting PCIT to treat anxiety problems in young children: The CALM Program. In L. Niec (Ed.), Handbook of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: Innovations and applications for research and practice. New York: Springer.

34. Dick, A. S., & Tremblay, P. (in press). Broca and Wernicke are dead: The new neurobiology of language. Psychology Review.

33. Tremblay, P., Deschamps, I., & Dick, A. S. (in press). Neurocognitive organization of articulatory and motor processes in speech. In M. Miozzo, G. de Zubicaray, & S. Schiller (Eds.). Oxford handbook of neurolinguistics. Oxford University Press.

32. Dick, A. S., & Müller, U. (2018). Introduction: Advancing developmental science: Philosophy, theory, and Method. In A. S. Dick & U. Müller (Eds.) Advancing developmental science: Philosophy, theory, and method. London: Routledge; Taylor and Francis Group.

31. Dick, A. S. (2018). The ontogenesis of neural networks from a network science perspective. In A. S. Dick & U. Müller (Eds.) Advancing developmental science: Philosophy, theory, and method. London: Routledge; Taylor and Francis Group.

30. Tremblay, P. & Dick, A.S. (2017) Language and the brain: what we have learned from 30 years of brain imaging. Contact Magazine, the official newsletter of the Teachers of English as a Second Language of Ontario.

29. Vias, C., & Dick, A. S. (2017). Cerebellar contributions to language in typical and atypical development: A review. Developmental Neuropsychology. (PDF)

28. Tremblay, P., & Dick, A. S. (2016). Broca and Wernicke are dead: Or, moving past the Classic Model of language neurobiology. Brain and Language, 162, 60-71. (PDF)

27. Dick, A. S., & Broce, I. (2016). The neurobiology of gesture and its development. In G. Hickok and S. L. Small (Eds.) Neurobiology of language (pp. 389-398). San Diego, CA: Elsevier.

26. Broce, I., Bernal, B., Altman, N., Tremblay, P., & Dick, A. S. (2015). Fiber tracking of the frontal aslant tract and subcomponents of the arcuate fasciculus in 5-8-year-olds. Brain and Language, 149, 66-76.(PDF) (Supplemental Materials)

25. Riedel, M., Ray, K. L., Dick, A. S., Sutherland, M. T., Hernandez, Z., Fox, P. M., Eickhoff, S. B., Fox, P. T., & Laird, A. R. (2015). Meta-analytic connectivity and behavioral parcellation of the human cerebellum. NeuroImage, 117, 327-342. (PDF)

24. Dick, A. S., & Small, S. L. (2015). Structural and functional components of brain networks for language. In A. Toga (Ed.) Brain mapping: An encyclopedic reference (pp. 653-659). San Diego, CA: Elsevier.

23. Hasson, U., Llano, D., Miceli, G., & Dick, A. S. (2014). Does it talk the talk? On the role of basal ganglia in emotive speech processing. Behavioral and Brain Sciences (Commentary), 37, 556-557.

22. Dick, A. S., Bernal, B., & Tremblay, P. (2014). The language connectome: New pathways, new concepts. The Neuroscientist, 20, 453-467.(PDF)(Corrigendum for Figure 1)

21. Dick, A. S. (2014). The development of cognitive flexibility beyond the preschool period: An investigation using a modified Flexible Item Selection Task (FIST). Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 125, 13-34. (PDF) (Stimuli used in study)

20. Dick, A. S., Mok, E., Raja Beharelle, A., Goldin-Meadow, S., & Small, S. L. (2014). Frontal and temporal contributions to understanding the iconic co-speech gestures that accompany speech. Human Brain Mapping, 35, 900-917.(PDF) (Supplemental Materials)

19. Garcia, C., & Dick, A. S. (2013). Stuck in the moment: Cognitive inflexibility in preschoolers following an extended time period. Frontiers in Psychology: Developmental Psychology, 4:959. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00959 (PDF)

18. Tremblay, P., Dick, A. S., & Small, S. L. (2013). Functional and structural aging of the speech sensorimotor neural system: fMRI evidence. Neurobiology of Aging, 34, 1935-1951.(PDF)

17. Dick, A. S., & Andric, M. (2013). The neurobiology of receptive-expressive language interdependence. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36, 352-353.

16. Dick, A. S., Raja Beharelle, A., Solodkin, A., & Small, S. (2013). Interhemispheric functional connectivity following pre- or perinatal brain injury predicts receptive language outcome. The Journal of Neuroscience, 33, 5612-5625. (PDF)

15. Dick, A. S., & Tremblay, P. (2012). Beyond the arcuate fasciculus: Consensus and controversy in the connectional anatomy of language. Brain, 135, 3529-3550. (PDF)

14. Dick, A. S. (2012). Sources of cognitive inflexibility in set-shifting tasks: Insights into developmental theories from adult data. Journal of Cognition and Development, 13, 82-110. DOI: 10.1080/15248372.2011.573516 (PDF) (Stimuli used in study)

13. Dick, A. S., Goldin-Meadow, S., Solodkin, A., & Small, S. L. (2012). Gesture in the developing brain. Developmental Science, 15, 165-180. (PDF)

12. Mashal, N., Solodkin, A., Dick, A. S., Chen, E. E., Small, S. L. (2012). A network model of observation and imitation of speech. Frontiers in Cognition, 3, 1-12. (PDF)

11. Tremblay, P., Dick, A. S., & Small, S. L. (2011). New insights into the neurobiology of language from functional brain imaging. In H. Duffau (Ed.) Brain mapping: From neural basis of cognition to surgical applications (pp. 131-144). New York: Springer.

10. Raja Beharelle, A., Dick, A. S., Josse, G., Solodkin, A., Huttenlocher, P. R., Levine, S. C., & Small, S. L. (2010). Left hemisphere regions are critical in supporting language function following early focal left brain injury. Brain, 133, 1707-1716.  (PDF)

9. Dick, A. S., Solodkin, A., & Small, S. L. (2010). Neural development of networks for audiovisual speech comprehension. Brain and Language, 114, 101-114.  (PDF)

8. Dick, A. S., & Hasson, U. (2010). Outsourcing neuroimaging data analysis: Implications for scientific accountability and issues in the public interest. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 14, 2-4.  (PDF)

7. Dick, A. S., & Overton, W. F. (2010). Executive function: Description and explanation. In B. Sokol, U. Muller, J. I. M. Carpendale, A. R. Young, & G. Iarocci (Eds.), Self-and social-regulation: Social interaction and the development of social understanding and executive functions (pp. 7-34). New York: Oxford University Press. (PDF)

6. Dick, A. S., Goldin-Meadow, S., Hasson, U., Skipper, J. I., & Small, S. L. (2009). Co-speech gestures influence neural activity in brain regions associated with processing semantic information. Human Brain Mapping, 30, 3509-3526. (PDF)

5. Overton, W. F., & Dick, A. S. (2007). A competence-procedural approach to logical reasoning. In M. J. Roberts (Ed.), Integrating the mind (pp. 233-256). Hove, UK: Psychology Press. (PDF)

4. Muller, U., Dick, A. S., Gela, K., Overton, W. F., & Zelazo, P. D. (2006). The role of negative priming in preschoolers flexible rule use on the Dimensional Change Card Sort Task. Child Development, 77, 395-412. (PDF)

3. Dick, A. S., Overton, W. F., & Kovacs, S. L. (2005). The development of symbolic coordination: Representation of imagined objects, executive function, and theory of mind. Journal of Cognition and Development, 6, 133-161. (PDF)  (PDF Plus)

2. Weisberg, R. W., Brinkman, A. R., Dick, A. S., Fleck, J. I., Niederberger, B., Folio, C. J., & Barrett, F. (2004). A quantitative analysis of musical creativity: Improvisation in jazz. Revista di Analisi e Teoria Musicale, 2, 35-57.

1. Weisberg, R. W., Brinkman, A. R., Folio, C. J., Dick, A. S., Fleck, J. I., Niederberger, B., & Barrett, F. (April, 2004). Toward a cognitive analysis of creativity: Improvisation in jazz. Proceedings of Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology. Graz, Austria, 15-18.