New Publication

Check out the new NeuroLearn Lab publication in PLoS ONE: Smith, Conway, Bauernschmidt, & Pisoni, (2015). Can we improve structured sequence processing? Exploring the direct and indirect effects of computerized training using a mediational model. PLoS ONE, 10(5): e0127148. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0127148. Congratulations, authors!  Well done! Find a PDF of this article on our Publications page.

Conference Presentations

In May, several lab members went to a great symposium at Emory called “Learning about the Vocal World: Deciphering the Statistics of Communication.” We presented two posters: “Statistical Learning Ability Can Overcome the Negative Impact of Low Socioeconomic Status on Language Development ,” by Deocampo, Eghbalzad, & Conway “What just happened? Exploring the Neural Mechanisms […]

Conference Presentation

NeuroLearn Lab post doc, Jerome Daltrozzo traveled to San Francisco to present a poster at the NeuroGaming Conference and Expo: Daltrozzo, J., Singh, S. & Conway, C.M. (2015). Attention and pattern consciousness reorganize the cortical topography of event-related potential correlates of visual sequential learning. Poster presented at the NeuroGaming Conference and Expo, San Francisco, CA, […]

Conference Presentation

Good luck to NeuroLearn lab member, Kim Ross, who will be presenting a poster entitled, “Event-related Potential Effects of Auditory Sequential Learning are Related to Receptive Vocabulary Ability” at the Midwest Cognitive Science Conference in Mackinac Island, Michigan this weekend. Way to go, Kim, and co-authors, Jerome Daltrozzo and Chris Conway!

Conference Presentation

NeuroLearn Lab undergraduate research assistant, Gerardo Valdez, attended the 10th Annual Meeting of the Georgia Psychological Society in Augusta Georgia and presented a poster: Valdez, Pardasani, Smith, Frishkoff, & Conway. (2015). Exploring the neurophysiological relationship between structured sequential learning and natural language processing using event-related potentials. Poster presented at the 10th Annual Meeting of the […]

Conference Talks

NeuroLearn Lab Director, Chris Conway, recently gave a talk at the 107th Meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology in New Orleans: Conway, C. M. (2015). How experience shapes general-purpose language learning mechanisms. Talk presented at the 107th Meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, New Orleans, LA, April, 2015. He […]