Thank you to Jesse Snedeker and Jayden Ziegler for hosting Gina's visit to the Language Development Lab at Harvard University as part of the Language and Cognition symposium series. Her talk was entitled, "What can the study of language tell us about neurocognitive architecture in schizophrenia?"
The NeuroCognition Lab is very excited to welcome a new member! Thomas Dube was born on the morning of April 17th. Congratulations to Meredith and Cam! See here for photos of Thomas and of Meredith at the lab's baby shower.
Edward Alexander, Eddie Wlotko and Gina Kuperberg presented posters and Lin Wang was an invited speaker at the 24th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society held in San Francisco, CA. The title of her talk was "Language prediction is supported by coupling between frontal gamma and psoterior alpha oscillations".
Thank you to Fumiko Hoeft, Jason Zevin and Roeland Hancock for organizing a great symposium, "Biological and environmental factors that impact multilingual/literacy acquisition", in San Francisco, where Gina participated as an invited discussant.
Congratulations to Eric Fields who defended his PhD thesis, "ERP and fMRI studies of emotion and self-relevance". Eric's committee members were: Gina Kuperberg, Philip Holcomb, Elizabeth Race, and Jon Freeman.