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Recent Conference Presentations

Schnur, T.T., & Martin, R.M. (2017). Competitive Lexical Selection and Multiword Speech. Academy of Aphasia, Baltimore, MD. Selected for spoken presentation.

*Dial, H., Martin, R.M., & Schnur, T.T. (2017). Assessing the Roles of Semantic and Phonological Short-term Memory in Language Production. Academy of Aphasia, Baltimore, MD. Selected for spoken presentation.

Martin R.M. & Schnur, T.T. (2017). Semantic Short-Term Memory Supports Sentence Elaboration, Faster Speech Rate, and Longer Utterance Length in Narrative Production: Evidence from Acute Stroke. Academy of Aphasia, Baltimore, MD. Selected for spoken presentation.

*Kazhuro, K., Schnur, T.T., Castilla-Earls, A., & Maher, L. (2017). Influence of Lexical versus Procedural Knowledge in Sentence Production in Response to Thematic Role Assignment Treatment. Academy of Aphasia, Baltimore, MD.

Schnur, T.T. (2017). Lexical Selection and Multiword Speech in Acute Stroke. Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Baltimore, MD.

*Wei, T. & Schnur, T.T. (2017). The Loci of the Semantic Relatedness Paradox during Speech Production. Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Baltimore, MD.

Martin, R.M. Schnur, T.T., & *Anderson, J., (2016). Semantic but not Phonological Short-Term Memory Supports Sentence Elaboration in Narrative Production:  Evidence from Left Hemisphere Acute Stroke. Academy of Aphasia, Wales, UK. Selected for spoken presentation.

Liang C., Schnur. T.T., *Wei, T. & Fung, S.H. (2016). Evaluating injury to white matter tracts in patients with language deficits after stroke using DTI histogram analysis. American Society of Functional Neuroradiology, Austin, TX.

*Hughes, J.W., & Schnur, T.T. (2015). Selection demands and working memory mediate interference during naming. Academy of Aphasia, Tucson, AZ. Selected for spoken presentation. Received Outstanding Student Presentation award.

Schnur, T.T., & *Geng, J. (2015). Role of features and categories in the organization of object knowledge: Evidence from adaptation fMRI. Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Chicago, IL.

*Wei, T., & Schnur, T.T. (2015). Opposite effects of semantically related naming experience on speech production. 56th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, IL.

*Hughes, J.W., & Schnur, T.T. (2015). Bilingual word selection: From both languages or the response language only? 56th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, IL.

*Hughes, J.W., & Schnur, T.T. (2014). Semantic interference in naming is cumulative. 55th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Long Beach, CA. Selected for spoken presentation.

*Wei, T., & Schnur, T.T. (2014). The nature of semantic interference: Evidence from blocked-cyclic comprehension tasks. 55th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Long Beach, CA.

*Harvey, D.Y., & Schnur, T.T. (2014). Differential effects of lexical frequency on semantic interference in language production: Evidence of a learning mechanism. 8th International Workshop on Language Production, Geneva, Switzerland.

*Hughes, J.W., & Schnur, T.T. (2014). A comparison of facilitation and interference in naming:  Is learning the common denominator? 8th International Workshop on Language Production, Geneva, Switzerland.

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