2014

Neural and Cognitive Mechanisms of Language at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA

December 3, 2014

Gina Kuperberg and Einat Shetreet presented talks at the Mini-Symposium on the Neural and Cognitive Mechanisms of Language at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. The title of Gina's talk is "Comprehending in context: Language comprehension is language learning" and the title of Einat's talk is "Lexical information at the sentence level".

Congrats to Eric Fields and Gina Kuperberg!

December 1, 2014

Eric Fields and Gina Kuperberg have had their paper, "Loving yourself more than your neighbor: ERPs reveal online effects of a self-positivity bias" accepted for publication in Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. [pdf]

Congrats to Ming Xiang and Gina Kuperberg!

November 6, 2014

Ming Xiang and Gina Kuperberg have had their paper, "Reversing expectations during discourse comprehension" accepted for publication in Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience.

Welcome to Connie Choi!

September 8, 2014

Welcome to Connie Choi who is joining our lab as a new research assistant. Connie comes from Center for Mind and Brain at UC Davis where she worked with Steven Luck on projects involving attention, working memory, and the use of ERP methods. She will be working on ERP and fMRI projects, as well as assisting with the Cognitive Science graduate program at Tufts University.

Welcome to Several Tufts Undergraduates!

September 2, 2014

With the beginning of a new semester, welcome to several Tufts undergraduates who are joining and returning to our lab: Anne Choong, Arjun Dutta, Carl Haber, Skye Lewis, Lushna Mehra, Matt O'Conor, Caroline Peeples, Simone Riley, Vinay Srinivasan, and Barbara Storch

Thank you to all our undergraduate volunteers!

August 29, 2014

Thank you to all our undergraduate volunteers who worked with us this summer, doing such great work in the lab: Elena Albanese, Anne Choong, Arjun Dutta, Merilla Michael, Caroline Peeples, and Sarah Perlo. See a group photo of some of the great RAs here!

Goodbye and Good Luck to Kirsten Weber!

August 22, 2014

Goodbye and good luck to Kirsten Weber who, after her time as a post-doc in our lab since Februrary 2012, is returning to the Donders Institute where she earned her PhD. Thank you to Kirsten for all her hard work on her multimodal projects of semantic priming and language production.