For a complete list of Dr. Krubitzer’s publications, see her Curriculum Vitae.

Englund M, Krubitzer L (2022) Phenotypic alterations in cortical organization and connectivity across different time scales.  Brain Beh Evol. 97(1-2):108-120. PMID: 35114672.

O’Connor DH, Krubitzer L, Bensmaia S. (2021) Of mice and monkeys: Somatosensory processing in two prominent animal models. Prog Neurobiol. 201:102008. PMID: 33587956.

Wirthlin M, Chang EF, Knörnschild M, Krubitzer LA, Mello CV, Miller CT, Pfenning AR, Vernes SC, Tchernichovski O, Yartsev MM (2019) A Modular Approach to Vocal Learning: Disentangling the Diversity of a Complex Behavioral Trait. Neuron. 104(1):87-99. PMID: 31600518.

Halley AC, Krubitzer LA (2019). Not all cortical expansions are the same: the coevolution of the neocortex and the dorsal thalamus in mammals. Curr Opin Neurobiol. 56:78-86. PMID: 30658218.

Krubitzer L, Prescott T (2018). The combinatorial creature: Cortical phenotypes within and across lifetimes. Trends in Neuroscience. 41(10):744-762. PMID: 30274608

Krubitzer L and Stolzenberg DS (2014) The evolutionary masquerade: Genetic and epigenetic contributions to the neocortex. Curr Opin Neurobiol. 24C:157-165 PMID: 24492091

Krubitzer L and Dooley JC (2013) Cortical plasticity within and across lifetimes: How can development inform us about phenotypic transformation? Front Hum Neurosci. 7:620. PMCID: PMC3793242

Hedges JH, Adolph KE, Bavelier D, Fiez JA, Krubitzer L, McAuley JD, Newcombe NS, Fitzpatrick SM, Ghajar J (2013) Play, attention and learning: How do play and timing shape the development of attention and influence classroom learning? Ann NY Acad Sci. 1292:1-20. PMCID: PMC3842829

Krubitzer L, and Seelke AMH (2012) Cortical evolution in mammals: The bane and beauty of phenotypic variability. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 109:10647-10654. PMCID: PMC3386882

Krubitzer, L, Campi KL, Cooke DF (2011) All rodents are not the same: A modern synthesis of cortical organization. Brain Behav and Evol. 78:51-93. PMCID: PMC3182045

Krubitzer, L (2009) In search of a unifying theory of complex brain evolution. The Year In Cognitive Neuroscience. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1156: 44-67. PMCID: PMC2666944 *Link to revised Figure 7

Larsen DD and Krubitzer L (2008) Genetic and epigenetic contributions to the cortical phenotype in mammals. Brain Res Bull. 75:391-397. PMCID: PMC2607039

Krubitzer, L (2007). The magnificent compromise: Cortical field evolution in mammals. Neuron. 56:201-208. PMID: 17964240

Karlen, SJ and Krubitzer, L (2007) The functional and anatomical organization of marsupial neocortex; evidence for parallel evolution in mammals. Prog Neurobiol. 82:122-141. PMCID: PMC1978492

Krubitzer, L and Kaas, JH (2005) The evolution of the neocortex in mammals: How is phenotypic diversity generated? Curr Opin Neurobiol. 15:444-453. PMID: 16026978

Krubitzer, L and Kahn, D (2003) Nature versus nurture revisited: An old idea with a new twist. Prog in Neurobiol. 70:33-52. PMID: 12927333

Krubitzer, L and Huffman KJ. (2000) Arealization in the neocortex of mammals: Genetic and epigenetic contributions to the phenotype. Brain Behav Evol. 55:322-335. PMID: 10971017

Rosa, MG and Krubitzer, LA (1999) The evolution of visual cortex: Where is V2? Trends Neurosci. 22: 242-247. PMID: 10354599

Krubitzer, L (1998) What can monotremes tell us about brain evolution? Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 353:1127-1146. PMCID: PMC1692304

Krubitzer, L (1995) The organization of neocortex in mammals: Are species differences really so different? Trends Neurosci. 18:408-417. PMID: 7482807