New Publication

Congratulations lab director, Chris Conway, and postdoc, Joanne Deocampo, and co-authors on a new publication in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research: Conway, C.M., Deocampo, J., Walk, A.M., Anaya, E.M., & Pisoni, D.B. (2014). Deaf children with cochlear implants do not appear to use sentence context to help recognize spoken words. Journal of […]


Two of our RAs deserve particular recognition for their presentation at PURC today. Sanjay Pardasani and Gerardo Valdez created and presented a poster that was runner up for the Neuroscience Award and came in 3rd place overall in the Best Poster category.  That’s quite an accomplishment!  Way to go!

Well Done!

Five NeuroLearn Lab research assistants presented posters at the Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference (PURC) at Georgia State University today: Marjorie Freggens, Alex Ghali, Sanjay Pardasani, Julie Trapani, and Gerardo Valdez.  Their posters were quite popular, and each presenter did a great job!

Study Announcement

  We are looking for typically hearing children and deaf children with cochlear implants aged 7-12 years. We invite them to participate in language & learning research sponsored by the National Institutes of Health. Children will wear a sensor net on their scalp. We will measure brain activity while children play computer learning games. We […]