Award winning students

  1. Qiuhai Yue, a graduate student working with Randi Martin, was awarded the September 2016 Cognitive Neuropsychology Student Travel Prize.  This is an international competition with typically only 3 winners.  Qiuhai’s application “was selected on the basis of its scientific merit and for the contribution to your research to the field of Cognitive Neuropsychology.”  Qiuhai will present his research at the upcoming 54th Annual Academy of Aphasia Meeting next week in Wales, UK.
  1. Heather Dial, a recent graduate working with Randi Martin, was selected as a winner of the Women in Cognitive Science Travel and Networking Award for Junior Scientists.  Her award will be presented at the Psychonomics Opening Session in November in Boston.

Neuroplasticity Lab @ Academy of Aphasia 2016


Members of the Neuroplasticity Lab will be presenting at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia in Llandudno, Wales Oct 16-18. Good luck all!

  • Talks:
    • “The cognitive neuroplasticity of reading recovery in chronic aphasia: A representational similarity approach” – Simon Fischer-Baum and Ava Jang
    • “Semantic but not Phonological Short-Term Memory Supports Sentence Elaboration in Narrative Production: Evidence from Left Hemisphere Acute Stroke” – Randi C. Martin, Tatiana Schnur and Jolie Anderson
  • Posters
    • “Do Executive Deficits Underlie Semantic Deficits in Aphasia?” – Curtiss Chapman and Randi Martin
    • “Lexical processing depends on sublexical processing: Evidence from the visual world paradigm with aphasia” – Heather R. Dial, Bob McMurray and Randi Martin
    • “Domain specificity in orthographic long-term and working memory” – Brenda Rapp, Jennifer Shea, Rachel Mis and Randi Martin
    • “Non-perceptual regions in the left supramarginal gyrus support phonological short-term memory: evidence from lesion-symptom mapping and fMRI studies” – Qiuhai Yue, Heather Dial and Randi Martin
    • “Word deafness with preserved number word comprehension” – Rachel Mis and Simon Fischer-Baum