† Denotes a trainee working in my laboratory
Boasquevisque DS, ServinsckinsL, de Paiva JPQ, dos Santos DG, SoaresP, PiresDS, Meltzer JA, Plow EB, de Freitas PF, Speciali DS, Lopes P, Peres MFP, Silva GS, Lacerda S, Conforto AB. Contralesional cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation does not enhance upper limb function in subacute stroke: a pilot randomized clinical trial. Neural Plasticity, in press.
Edwards J; Black S, Boe S, Boyd L, Chaves A, Chen R, Dukelow S, Fung J, Kirton A; Meltzer J, Moussavi Z, Neva J, Paquette C, Ploughman M, Pooyania S, Rajji T, Roig M, Tremblay F, Thiel Alex. Canadian Platform for Trials in Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation (CanStim) (2021) Consensus Recommendations for Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Upper Extremity Motor Stroke Rehabilitation Trials, Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 35(2):103-116
Meltzer JA. Towards early prediction of Alzheimer’s Disease through language samples. (2020) EClinicalMedicine..29-30:100644
†Shah-Basak PP, †Sivaratnam G, †Teti S, †Francois-Nienaber A, †Yossofzai M, †Armstrong S, †Nayar S, Jokel R, Meltzer JA. High-definition transcranial direct current stimulation modulates abnormal neurophysiological activity in post-stroke aphasia. (2020) Sci. Rep.,10(1):19625.
†Das B, Meltzer JA, Armstrong B,. Quantitative Assessment of Handedness and Cerebral Lateralization. UTSC Journal of Natural Sciences, 2(1):6-22.
Hodzic-Santor BH, Meltzer JA, Verhoeff NPLG, Blumberger DM, Mah L. (2021) Intermittent Theta Burst Stimulation Using the H1-Coil for Treatment of Late-Life Depression With Comorbid Mild Cognitive Impairment. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 29(4):409-410.
Hodzic-Santor BH, Meltzer JA, Verhoeff NPLG, Blumberger DM, Mah L. Safety, Tolerability, and Feasibility of Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Late-Life Depression with Comorbid Major or Mild Neurocognitive Disorder. International Psychogeriatrics, 33(1):99-101.
†Chu RKC, Joordens S, Meltzer JA. (2020) Transcallosal transfer of semantic information facilitates bilateral word recognition, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 149(5):984-1005. doi: 10.1037/xge0000687.
Caughlin S, Mehta S, Corriveau H, Eng J, Eskes G, Kairy D, Meltzer J, Sakakibara B, Teasell R. (2020) Telerehabilitation after stroke: lessons learned from Canadian trials. Telemedicine Journal and e-Health, 26(6):710-719 doi: 10.1089/tmj.2019.0097.
Kielar A, Shah-Basak PP, Deschamps T, Jokel R, Meltzer JA. (2019) Slowing is slowing: Delayed neural responses to words are linked to abnormally slow resting state activity in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Neuropsychologia, 129:331-347.
Rondina II R, Olsen RK, Li L, Meltzer JA, Ryan JD. (2019) Age-related changes to oscillatory dynamics during maintenance and retrieval in a relational memory task. PLoS One, 14:e0211851.
Hebscher M, Meltzer JA, Gilboa A. (2019) A causal role for the precuneus in network-wide theta and gamma oscillatory activity during complex memory retrieval. Elife, 8.
Conforto AB, Servinsckins L, Paiva J, Amaro E, Santos DG, Soares P, Pires DS, Meltzer J, Plow EB, Freitas PF, Speciali D, Lopes P, Peres MF, Silva GS, Lacerda S, Boasquevisque DS. (2019) Safety of cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation early after ischemic stroke. Brain Stimulation, 12:374-376.
†Shah-Basak PP , †Kielar A, Deschamps T,Verhoeff NP, Jokel R, Meltzer J. (2019) Spontaneous oscillatory markers of cognitive status in two forms of dementia.
Human Brain Mapping, 40(5):1594-1607.
†Chu RKC, Meltzer JA. (2019, Feb.)Interhemispheric connectivity during lateralized lexical decision. Human Brain Mapping, 40(3):818-832.
†Chu RC, Meltzer JA, Bitan T. (2018, Dec.) Interhemispheric interactions during sentence comprehension in patients with aphasia. Cortex, 109:74-91.
Marcotte K, Laird L, Bitan T, Meltzer JA, Graham SJ, Leonard C, Rochon E. (2018) Therapy-induced neuroplasticity in chronic aphasia after phonological component analysis: A matter of intensity. Frontiers in Neurology. Published online April 9, 2018.
†Kielar A., Deschamps T., Jokel R., Meltzer JA. (2018) Abnormal language-related oscillatory responses in primary progressive aphasia. NeuroImage: Clinical 18:560-574.
Meltzer JA, Harvey S, Steele R, Baird A. (2018) Computer-based treatment of post-stroke language disorders: A non-inferiority study of telerehabilitation compared to in-person service delivery. Aphasiology, 32(3): 290-311. Published online July 20, 2017DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2017.1355440
Meltzer JA, †Kielar A, Panamsky L, Links K., Deschamps T, Leigh RC. (2017, May) Electrophysiological signatures of phonological and semantic maintenance in sentence repetition. NeuroImage, 156: 302-314. Published online, May 17, 2017.
Jokel R, Meltzer J, J. D.R., L. D.M., J. J.C., E. A.N., C. D.T. (2017, April) Group intervention for individuals with primary progressive aphasia and their spouses, who comes first? J. Comm. Dis., 66: 51-64.
Marcotte K, Graham NL, Fraser KC, Meltzer JA, Tang-Wai D, Chow TW, Freedman M, Leonard C, Black SE, Rochon E (2017, March) White matter disruption and connected speech in non-fluent and semantic variants of primary progressive aphasia. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra, 7(1): 52-73.
Rondina II R, Curtiss K, Meltzer JA, Barense M, Ryan JD (2017, April) The organisation of spatial and temporal relations in memory. Memory, 25(4): 436-449.
†Kielar A, Deschamps T, Jokel R., Meltzer JA (2016, August). Functional reorganization of language networks for semantics and syntax in chronic stroke: Evidence from MEG. Human Brain Mapping, 2016 Aug; 37(8):2869-2893.
†Kielar A, Deschamps T, †Chu R, Jokel R, Khatamian YB, Chen JJ, Meltzer JA. (2016, March) Identifying dysfunctional cortex: distinguishing the effects of stroke and aging on resting-state dynamics in MEG and fMRI. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 2016 Mar 3; 8:40.
Meltzer JA, Rose NS, Panamsky L, Leigh RC, Links KA, Silberberg A, Madani N, Deschamps T. (2016, Feb.) Semantic and phonological contributions to immediate and delayed cued sentence recall. Memory and Cognition, 44(2): 307-329
Rondina II R, Olsen R, McQuiggan D, Fatima Z, Li L, Oziel E, Meltzer JA, Ryan JD. (2015, Oct.) Age-related changes to oscillatory dynamics in hippocampal and cortical networks. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. Oct;134 Pt A:15-30.
†Fraser KC, Meltzer JA, Rudzicz F. (2015, Oct.) Linguistic features identify Alzheimer’s disease in narrative speech. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 2015; 49(2): 407-422.
†Chu R, Braun AR, Meltzer JA. (2015, April) MEG-based detection and localization of electrophysiological slowing in perilesional cortex in chronic stroke. NeuroImage: Clinical. 8: 157-169.
†Kielar A, Panamsky L, Links K, Meltzer JA. (2015, Jan) Localization of electrophysiological responses to semantic and syntactic anomalies in language comprehension with MEG. NeuroImage. 105: 507-524.
Mansur L, Ortiz KZ, Meltzer JA. (2014) Language assessment and treatment in the last decade. Dement Neuropsychol. 8(3): 195.
†Kielar A, Meltzer JA, Moreno S, Alain C, Bialystok E. (2014, Jun) Oscillatory responses to semantic and syntactic violations. J. Cogn. Neurosci. 26(12): 2840-2862. Published online June 4, 2014.
†Fraser KC, Meltzer JA, Graham NL, Leonard C, Hirst G, Black C, Rochon E. (2014, Jun) Automated classification of primary progressive aphasia subtypes from narrative speech transcripts. Cortex. 55:43-60.Special issue pending on “Language, Computers, and Cognitive Neuroscience.”
Olsen RK, Rondina R, Riggs L, Meltzer JA, Ryan JD. (2013, Nov) Hippocampal and neocortical oscillatory contributions to visuospatial binding and comparison. J Exp Psychol Gen. 142(4):1335-1345.
Meltzer JA, Wagage S, Ryder J, Solomon B, Braun AR. (2013, Jun) Adaptive significance of right hemisphere activation in aphasic language comprehension. Neuropsychologia. 2013 Jun;51(7):1248-1259.
Meltzer JA, Braun AR (2013, Jan) P600-like positivity and left anterior negativity responses are elicited by semantic reversibility in nonanomalous sentences. Journal of Neurolinguistics. 26(1):129-148.
Meltzer JA (2012)Localizing the component processes of lexical access using modern neuroimaging techniques. The Mental Lexicon. 7(1): 91-118.
Meltzer JA, Braun AR (2011, Feb) An EEG-MEG dissociation between online syntactic comprehension and posthoc reanalysis. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 2011 Feb 4;5:10. PMCID: PMC3035013
Picchioni D, Horovitz SG, Fukunaga M, Carr WS, Meltzer JA, Balkin TJ, Duyn JH, Braun AR. (2011, Feb) Infraslow EEG oscillations organize large-scale cortical-subcortical interactions during sleep: a combined EEG/fMRI study.
Brain Research 2011 Feb 16;1374:63-72. PMCID: PMC3031777
Meltzer JA, McArdle JJ, Schafer RJ, Braun AR (2010, Aug) Neural aspects of sentence comprehension: syntactic complexity, reversibility, and reanalysis. Cereb Cortex, 20(8):1853-1864. PMCID: PMC2901020
Meltzer JA, Postman-Caucheteux WA, McArdle JJ, Braun AR (2009, Aug) Strategies for longitudinal neuroimaging studies of overt language production. NeuroImage, 47(2):745-755. PMCID: PMC2700210
Bender G, Veldhuizen MG, Meltzer JA, Gitelman DR, Small DM (2009) Neural correlates of evaluative compared to passive tasting. European Journal of Neuroscience, 30(2):327-338. PMCID: PMC2776645
Meltzer JA, Fonzo GA, Constable RT (2009, Jan) Transverse patterning dissociates human EEG theta power and hippocampal BOLD activation. Psychophysiology 46: 153-162. PMCID: PMC2675275
Meltzer JA, Zaveri HP, Goncharova II, Distasio MM, Papademetris X, Spencer SS, Spencer DD, Constable RT (2008, Aug) Effects of working memory load on oscillatory power in human intracranial EEG. Cereb Cortex 18: 1843-1855. PMCID: PMC2474453
Meltzer JA, Negishi M, Constable RT (2008, Apr) Biphasic hemodynamic responses influence deactivation and may mask activation in block-design fMRI paradigms. Human Brain Mapping 29(4):385-399. PMCID: PMC3496427
Meltzer JA, Negishi M, Mayes LC, Constable RT (2007, Nov) Individual differences in EEG theta and alpha dynamics during working memory correlate with fMRI responses across subjects. Clin Neurophysiol 118(11):2419-2436. PMCID: PMC2080790
Ment LR, Peterson BS, Meltzer JA, Vohr B, Allan W, Katz KH, Lacadie C, Schneider KC, Duncan CC, Makuch RW, Constable RT (2006, Sep) A functional magnetic resonance imaging study of the long-term influences of early indomethacin exposure on language processing in the brains of prematurely born children. Pediatrics 118(3):961-970. PMCID: PMC2364718
Meltzer JA, Constable RT (2005, Jan 15) Activation of human hippocampal formation reflects success in both encoding and cued recall of paired associates. NeuroImage 24(2):384-397.
Meltzer J, Santos-Sacchi J (2001, Nov 9) Temperature dependence of non-linear capacitance in human embryonic kidney cells transfected with prestin, the outer hair cell motor protein. Neurosci Lett 313(3):141-144. PMID: 11682147
Book Chapters: 2
Meltzer, JA. Brain imaging and conceptions of the lexicon. In Methodological and Analytic Frontiers in Lexical Research. (eds. G. Libben, G. Jarema, C. Westbury) 2012, John Benjamins, Amsterdam. (Also published as a journal article in The Mental Lexicon).
Meltzer JA, Constable RT. Long-term memory: Do incremental signals reflect engagement of cognitive processes? In Brain Energetics and Neuronal Activity: Applications to fMRI and Medicine. (eds. R.G. Shulman, and D.L. Rothman). 2004, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ.
Published conference papers (peer reviewed):
Fraser KC, Hirst G, Graham NL, Meltzer JA, Black SE, Rochon E. Comparison of different feature sets for identification of variants in progressive aphasia. In Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology (CLPsych), pages 17–26, Baltimore, Maryland, June 27, 2014. Association for Computational Linguistics.
Fraser KC, Hirst G, Meltzer JA, Mack JE, Thompson CK. Using statistical parsing to detect agrammatic aphasia. In Proceedings of the 2014 Workshop on Biomedical Natural Language Processing (BioNLP), pages 134–142, Baltimore, Maryland, June 28, 2014. Association for Computational Linguistics.