Congrats to Bryan for well deserved recognition as a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Sciences!
Colin Noe (Fischer-Baum Lab) won the student prize at the Academy of Aphasia in Montreal this week his presentation on early processes in speech perception combining EEG, patient work and psycholinguistic experimentation. Curtiss Chapman (Martin Lab) was a runner up – and gave an awesome talk on semantic control, semantic diversity and frequency effects in […]
Simon’s forthcoming chapter in the biannual book series Psychology of Learning and Motivation summarizing a series of studies in the lab on how we represent and process serial order information is available online now. In this book series, leading researchers are invited to provide an integration of a body of their work – thrilled to […]
Anoushka Shahane won one of the 2018 APAGS/Psi Chi Junior Scientist Fellowships! Congrats to her!
Curtiss Chapmann (6th Year/Martin Lab) and Colin Noe (5th Year/Fischer-Baum Lab) were both awarded Academy of Aphasia Young Investigator Travel Fellowships. This NIH funded mentoring program identifies promising young researchers whose work involves the careful study of individuals with aphasia. These fellows are connected with senior mentors in the field and experts on innovative cognitive/neuroscience methods […]
It has been a busy summer at the Neuroplasticity Lab – too busy for frequent updates. Here are some highlights: In May, Dr. Martin gave an invited talk at SISSA in Trieste, Italy for the launch of the International Manifesto of Trieste for women in science, highlighting her work in creating the Women in Cognitive […]
From the Martin Lab – Graduating senior Rebecca Federman received a Fulbright to spend a year in Spain. From the TSCAN lab – Graduating senior Serena Bradler won the William C. Howell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research and Scholarship. Serena also graduated with both departmental honors and distinction in research.
Congrats to Fischer-Baum Lab graduate student Yingxue TIan, who is one of two winners of the Psych Departments Laughery Award, or prize for the best Master’s Thesis.
Congrats to Lauren Yeom from the Fischer-Baum Lab for winning first prize for social scientists at the Rice Undergraduate Research Symposium!
Qiuhai Yue and Randi Martin (along with former research scientist Cris Hamilton and Notre Dame Psychology Professor Nathan Rose) have a new paper out supporting a buffer model of phonological short term memory using a rich combination of fMRI methods. It will be published at Cerebral Cortex and is a wonderful paper!