Books & Chapters

Müller, R.-A. & Carper, R.A. (2017). Brain network organization in ASD: Evidence from functional and diffusion weighted MRI. In M. F. Casanova, A. S. El-Baz and J. S. Suri (Ed.), Autism Imaging and Devices (pp. Boca Raton (FL): Taylor & Francis: 287-318.

Müller, R.-A. (2014). Anatomical and functional connectivity in autism spectrum disorders. In V. B. Patel, V. R. Preedy and C. Martin (Ed.), The Comprehensive Guide to Autism. New York: Springer: 49-75.

Christiansen, M.H. & Müller, R.-A. (2013). Cultural Recycling of Neural Substrates during Language Evolution and Development. In M. S. Gazzaniga and G. R. Mangun (Ed.), The Cognitive Neurosciences V. The MIT Press: in press.

Müller, R.-A. (2013). Language: By, In, Through and Across the Brain. In K. Smith and P. M. Binder (Ed.), The Language Phenomenon. New York: Springer.

Müller, R.-A. (2013). Functional connectivity. In F. Volkmar (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders (pp. New York: Springer.

Müller, R.-A. (2009). Language universals in the brain: How linguistic are they? In M. H. Christiansen, C. Collins and S. Edelman (Eds.), Language Universals. Oxford University Press.

Müller, R.-A. & Palmer, E.D. (2008). Language and neurophysiological development. In G. Rickheit and H. Strohner (Eds.), Handbook of Communicative Competence. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter: 65-102.

Müller, R.-A. (2007). Functional neuroimaging of developmental disorders: Lessons from autism research. In F. D. Hillary and J. DeLuca (Eds.), Functional Neuroimaging in Clinical Populations. Guilford: 145-184.

Müller, R.-A. (2004). Genes, language disorders, and developmental archaeology: What role can neuroimaging play? In M. Rice and S. Warren (Ed.), Developmental Language Disorders: From Phenotypes to Etiologies. Mahwah: Erlbaum: 291-328.

Müller, R.-A. & Courchesne, E. (2000) The duplicity of plasticity: a conceptual approach to the study of early lesion and developmental disorders. In M. Ernst and J. Rumsey (Ed.), The Foundation and Future of Functional Neuroimaging in Child Psychiatry. New York: Cambridge UP: 335-65.