Curriculum Vita

Name:

Randi C. Martin

Address:

Department of Psychology, MS-25
Rice University
P.O. Box 1892
Houston, Texas 77251

e-mail:

rmartin@rice.edu

Phone:

713-348-3417

Citizenship:

U.S.A.

Education:

B.A. University of Oregon (general social science, mathematics) 1971
M.S. Johns Hopkins University (psychology) 1977
Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University (psychology) 1979

Other Training

Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI): An Introductory Course, Medical College of Wisconsin, Oct. 2000.

Professional Societies

Member: Academy of Aphasia, American Psychological Association, American Psychological Society, Psychonomic Society, Sigma Xi , American Association for the Advancement of Science, Society for Cognitive Neuroscience, Society of Experimental Psychologists, Women in Cognitive Science

Offices:

Governing Board, Academy of Aphasia, 2009-2011.
Executive Committee, Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology (COGDOP), 2002-2005.
American Psychological Association: Member, Publications and Communications Board (2000-2005). Chair: 2002.
Psychonomic Society - Secretary/Treasurer (1993-1995), Governing Board (1997-2002), Chair of Membership Committee (1999)
Federation of Behavioral, Psychological and Cognitive Sciences - Secretary/Treasurer (1997-1999)
Women in Cognitive Science - co-organizer of meetings in association with the Psychonomic Society, 2002-2006.

Honors

Invited keynote address (Broadbent Lecture) at the European Society of Cognitive Psychology, Sept 2011.
Elected to Society of Experimental Psychologists, 2006.
Fellow of American Psychological Association, Div. 6, (Behavioral Neuroscience and Comparative Psychology), 2005.
Fellow of the American Psychological Society, 2003.
Elected to Executive Committee, Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology, 2002-2005.
Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2001.
Elected to Publications and Communication Board, American Psychological Association (2000-2005).
Elected to Governing Board of the Psychonomic Society (1997-2002)
Fellow of American Psychological Association, Div. 1 (General Psychology), 1997
Fellow of American Psychological Association, Div. 3 (Experimental Psychology), 1996
Member of Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Advisory Committee on Research Programs, 1996-1999.
Claude Pepper Award from NIH-NIDCD which provides 7 years of funding for research, 1995-2002
Elma Schneider Professor of Psychology, 1995-present
Regular member of Sensory Disorders and Language study section, NIH, 1994 - 1997
NIMH traineeship in mathematical psychology, 1975-1977
Pi Mu Epsilon member (mathematics honorary)

Professional Experience

Chair, Psychology Department, Rice University 2002-2006
Elma Schneider Professor, Psychology Dept., Rice U., Houston, TX. 1995-present
Professor, Psychology Dept., Rice U., Houston, TX. 1993-1995
Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology and Communicative Science, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX. 1982-Present
Director, Cognitive Sciences Program, Rice U., Houston, TX. 1993-1996, 1998-2002
Associate Professor, Psychology Dept., Rice U., Houston, TX. 1987-1993
Assistant Professor, Psychology Dept., Rice U., Houston, TX. 1982-1987
Associate Research Scientist, Psychology Dept., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. 1980-1982
Visiting Lecturer, Psychology Board of Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA. 1979-1980

Journal Editorships

Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. January 2007 - December 2012
Editorial Board (Action Editor), Memory, 2002.
Guest Editor, Special Issue of the Journal of Memory and Language, Disorders of Language and Memory, August 2000.
Associate Editor, Cognitive Neuropsychology, 1998 - 2006.
Associate Editor, Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 1995 -1997.

Editorial Boards

Editorial Board, Psychological Bulletin, 2002 -2003.
Editorial Board, Journal of Memory and Language, 1997 -2003.
Editorial Board, Journal of Neurolinguistics, 1993 - .
Editorial Board, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1996-2000.
Editorial Board, Cognitive Neuropsychology, 1993- 1997.
Editorial Board, Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 1994.

Grant Support

Principal Investigator
National Institutes of Health, R01DC00218, "Short-term memory and syntactic deficits in aphasia"
April 1984 - March 1987, (originally funded as NS 19652)
April 1987 - March 1990, (funded as DC00218 for 1989-1990).
April 1990 - March 1995
April 1995 - March 2002 (Claude Pepper Award)
April 2002 - August 2009
National Institutes of Health, F32 DC008723, "The role of short-term memory in sentence production" (post-doctoral support for L. Robert Slevc), June 2007 - June 2010.
National Institutes of Health, R21DC05496, Neuroimaging of language production using overt speech in fMRI, April 2002 - March 2006.

Co-Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator
Co-PI: "Gatekeepers and Gender Schemas." PI: Virginia Valian, Hunter College, September 2009 - August 2013, for Rice subcontract.
Co-PI: "Language and neuroanatomical change during recovery from acute stroke". Rice University Faculty Initiatives. PI: Tatiana Schnur, June 2008 - June 2010.
Co-PI: "The role of short-term memory in sentence production", NIH NRSA. PI: Robert Slevc. June 2007 - June 2010.
Co-PI: "Advance Leadership Program: Women in Cognitive Science", NSF, co-PIs: Judith Kroll & Suparna Rajaram, August 2003 - August 2008.
Co-investigatoor: "Construction of a multimedia database for teaching Neuroscience", NSF, PI: David Lane. Jan. 2000 - June 2001.
NIH Biomedical Research Support Grant, March 1988, "Recovering from garden paths: a study using gaze duration.".
Consultant: "Multi-dimensional speech processing in hearing impaired children". PI: Susan Jerger, NIH: DCD, 1997-2001.
"Neurobehavioral outcome of head injury in children". PI: Harvey Levin, NIH: NINDS, 1998-2002.

Teaching experience

Undergraduate courses: Cognitive neuroscience, psychology of language, introduction to cognitive psychology, perception, introductory statistics, learning and memory, human experimental psychology, cognitive science senior seminar, freshman seminar on brain and behavior

Graduate courses: Cognitive neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, psycholinguistics, analysis of variance, measurement, multiple regression, multivariate statistics, working memory

University service

Advisory Panel, Rice University, NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Award (2005 - present).
Advisory Panel for the Study on the Status of Women Faculty (2002-2004)
Neuroscience Program Planning Group (1997 - present.)
Research Council (1998-2002)
Organizer of Ad Hoc Study Group on the Status of Women Faculty at Rice (2001-2002).
Provost Search Committee (1999-2000)
Director, Cognitive Sciences Program (1998-2002)
University Council, Promotion & Tenure Committee (1996 - 1997)
Social Science Deans Search Committee (1995-1996)
Institutional Review Board (1995, 1997-1998)
Director, Cognitive Sciences Program (1993-1996)
Self-Study Committee on Research and Scholarship (1993-1994)
Graduate Council (Fall 1990, 1991-1993)
Committee on Sexual Harassment (1991-1992)
Faculty associate of Baker College (Rice U. residential college) (1985-1990)
Chair of Salary Equity Committee (1989-1990)
Baker College Social Science Advisor (1988-1990)
Rice University Press Review Board (1988-1989, 1990-1991)
Chair of Salary Task Force for Rice University Commission on Women (1987-1988)

Departmental service

Chair, Senior I/O Search Committee (2004)
Head of Cognitive Group (1999-2002)
Chair of Graduate Recruiting Committee (2000-present)
Cognitive Search Committee (1997, 1998, 1999)
Chair of Maurin Fund Committee (1997-2000)
Chair of Subject Pool Committee (1996-1997)
Departmental Planning Committee (1996)
Undergraduate Advisor, Cognitive Sciences Program (1988-1990, 1992-1993)
Director of Graduate Studies for Psychology (1991-1993)

Other professional service

Ad hoc reviewer, Special Emphasis Panel, NIH, June 2001.
Ad hoc reviewer, Program Project Grants, NIH Deafness and Communication Disorders Institute, Oct. 1998.
Special reviewer, Sensory Disorders and Language Study Section, NIH Deafness and Communication Disorders Institute, 1992.
Member of site visit team, NIH Neurological Disorders Institute: Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard University Cognitive Neuropsychology Lab, 1992.
Member of special study section, Sensory Disorders and Language, NIH Deafness and Communication Disorders Institute, 1991.
Member of site visit team, NIH Deafness and Communication Disorders Institute: Boston VA Aphasia Research Center, 1990.
Reviewer for special study section for Academic Research Enhancement Award, National Institutes of Health, 1985-1986.
Ad hoc reviewer for Brain and Cognition, Brain and Language, Cortex, J. of Cognitive Neuroscience, Neuropsychologia, Memory and Cognition, Perception and Psychophysics, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Psychological Review.

Dissertations supervised:

Jensen, C. R. (1987). Phonological, graphemic, and semantic interference in immediate visual word recognition. Rice University.
Feher, E. P. (1987). An examination of short-term memory deficits in non-fluent aphasia. University of Houston.
Jonsdottir, M. K. (1990). Semantic deficits in aphasia: Superordinate and basic level knowledge. University of Houston.
Breedin, S. D. (1991). Verb argument structure and its disruption in aphasia. Rice University.
Shelton, J. R. (1993). Semantic priming of lexical and conceptual representations: Manipulating depth of processing of the prime. Rice University.
Bartha, M. (1997). One lump or two? Orthographic representations in reading and spelling. Rice University.
Damian, M. (1998). Semantic and phonological factors in speech production: Evidence form picture-word interference experiments. Rice University. Winner of Rice University Gardner Award for the best dissertation in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 1998.
Hanten, G. (1999). Contributions of phonological and semantic short-term memory to sentence comprehension in normal and head-injured children.
Freedman, M. (2001). Effects of short-term memory deficits on speech planning and production.
Wu, D. (2002). Separate short-term memory buffers for input and output phonology.
Hamilton, A.C. (2005). Semantic short-term memory and resolution of interference: Patient, ERP and fMRI data.
Beigler, K. (2006). Competition and inhibition in lexical retrieval: Are common mechanisms used in language and memory tasks?
Crowther, J. (2008). Mechanisms of lexical access and planning in speech production.
Vuong, L. (2010). Executive control and garden path recovery. Winner of Rice University Gardner Award for the best dissertation in the Social Sciences.

Master's theses supervised:

Jensen, C. R. (1985). Phonemic priming in the lexical decision task: Evidence for graphemic dependence. Rice University.
Breedin, S. D. (1988). A comparison of speech and nonspeech discrimination: Implications for theories of speech perception. Rice University.
Yaffee, L. S. (1990). Aphasic patients' comprehension and production: A comparison of function words and content words. Rice University.
Shelton, J. R. (1990). Can semantic knowledge organization be revealed through automatic semantic priming? Rice University.
Bartha, M. (1992). Semantic vs. associative interference effects in scanning of short-term memory. Rice University.
Shernoff, E. (1994). Investigation of the semantic component of short-term memory in sentence comprehension. Rice University.
Damian, M. (1996). Effects of association and semantic relatedness under super- and subliminal conditions in the lexical decision task.
Hanten, G. (1997). A developmental phonological short-term memory deficit: A case study.
Freedman, M. (1998). Short-term memory deficits and long-term learning: Beyond phonology.
Katz, M. (1998). The contributions of semantic and phonological representations in verbal recall: A study using sentence repetition.
He, T. (2001). The role of phonological short-term retention in new vocabulary acquisition.
Park, N. (2002). Semantic and phonological representations in immediate sentence repetition.
Biegler, K. (2004). An investigation of semantic and associative relatedness and semantic short-term memory in speech production.
Cheng, Y. (2004). Selection versus association strength and the role of the left inferior prefrontal cortex in the retrieval of semantic and phonological information.
Hamilton, A.C. (2004). Proactive interference in semantic and phonological short-term memory deficits.
Crowther, J. (2006). Inhibition vs. over-activation in word selection: Evidence from aphasia.
Hong, A. (2007). Semantic priming effects in a patient with semantic STM deficits.
Vuong, L. (2009). The role of inhibitory control in garden path recovery.
Allen, C. (2010). Task switching and short-term retention: The role of memory load in task switching performance. Winner of the Laughery Award for best Master's Thesis in Psychology.

Post-doctoral fellows supervised:

Cristina Romani, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins U. (Senior Lecturer, Aston University, Birmingham, U.K.)
Mary Lesch, Ph.D., U. of Massachusetts, Amherst. (Research scientist, Liberty Mutual Insurance)
Michelle Miller, Ph.D., UCLA. (Associate Prof., Northern Arizona U.)
Hoang Vu, Ph.D., U. of Kansas (Asst. Prof, St. Mary’s University, Oakland, CA)
Mary Newsome, Ph.D. Princeton U. (Assistant Professor, Baylor College of Medicine)
Lesley Inglis, Ph.D. Macquarie U.
Chin-Lung Yang, Ph.D. U. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (post-doctoral researcher, U. of Pittsburgh)
Fero Kuminak, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University
Rachel Hull, Ph.D. Texas A & M University (Texas A & M University)
Linda Mortensen, Ph.D. University of Birmingham, England.
Robert Slevc, Ph.D. University of California, San Diego (Assistant Professor, University of Maryland).

List of Published Articles

List of book chapters (Complete)

Invited Presentations

Invited talk, 2nd Annual Eleanor Saffran Memorial Conference, Temple University, September 2007.
Roy Roberts Memorial Lecture, Psychology Department, University of Kansas, January 2007.
Invited talk, Workshop on Language Production, Maastricht, The Netherlands, September 2005.
Departmental colloquium, Kent State University, April 2005.
Invited talk, Conference on the Place of Inhibitory Processes in Cognition, UT-Arlington, March 2005.
Invited talk, Memory Conference in Honor of Roddy Roediger, Purdue University, Lafayette, IN, March, 2005
Invited talk, Workshop on Language Processes and Executive Control, Birmingham, England, September 2004.
Invited talk, Second International Conference on Working Memory, Kyoto, Japan, August 2004.
Invited talk, Midwestern Psychological Association, April 2004.
Cognitive Colloquium, Texas A & M, April 2004.
Symposium participant, 20th Anniversary of Cognitive Neuropsychology, European Conference on Cognitive Neuropsychology, January 2004.
Departmental Colloquium, Dartmouth University, October 2003.
Departmental Colloquium, Columbia University, September 2003.
Cognitive Science Colloquium Series, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, March 2003.
Invited keynote talk, Quebec STM Conference 2002, Quebec City, Quebec, July 2002.
Department Colloquium, Psychology Department, U. of Texas at Arlington, April 2002.
Sheldon Lachman Memorial Lecture, Psychology Dept., Wayne State U., Detroit, MI, April 2001.
Dept. Colloquium, Dept. of Neurobiology and Anatomy, U. of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, October 2000.
Cognitive Colloquium, U. of Bristol, Bristol, England, September 2000.
Lecture, Sigma Xi, Houston, November 11, 1999.
Mind, Brain and Behavior seminar series, American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, Augugust 1999.
Festschrift for Robert Crowder, Yale U., June 1999 (with Monica Freedman).
Psychology Dept. Colloquium, U. of Colorado, Boulder, April 1999.
Colloquium at Neuroscience Dept., Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, October 1998.
Lecture for research methods course, Trinity University, San Antonio, October 1998.
Workshop speaker, Brain and Cognitive Neuroscience Workshop, U. of Groningen, The Netherlands, July 1-3, 1998.
Colloquium, Dept. of Neurology, U. of Maryland Medical School, Baltimore, MD, December 1997.
Colloquium, Cognitive Sciences Dept., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, December 1997.
Colloquium, Dept. of Neurology, Temple U. School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, November 1997.
Colloquium, Psychology Dept., U. of Illinois, Champaign, IL, October 1997.
Colloquium, Psychology Dept., U. of Missouri, Columbia, September 1997.
Colloquium, Psychology Dept., Washington U., St. Louis, September 1997.
Colloquium, Psychology Dept., U. of Illinois at Chicago, April 1997.
Colloquium, Psychology Dept., U. of Wisconsin, Madison, April 1997.
Colloquium, Baycrest Centre, Toronto, September 1996.
Colloquium, U. of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, September 1996.
Symposium discussant, Fourteenth European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, January 1996.
George Washington University, Psychology Dept. Colloquium, May 1995.
Invited lecture. Southwestern Psychological Association meeting, San Antonio, TX, April 1995.
University of California at San Diego, Center for Human Information Processing, March 1995.
Symposium on Baddeley's working memory model, Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, May 1994.
Presenter in symposium titled "Short-term memory: Where do we stand?" Psychonomic Society Meeting, San Francisco, 1991.
Paper presented at the Cognitive Neuropsychology Conference, Harrogate, England, July 1989.
Paper presented at the International Conference on the Neuropsychology of Short-term Memory, Como, Italy, 1987.

Other Recent Presentations

Martin, R. C., Madera, J., & Hebl, M. (2007, November). An assessment of gender bias in letters of recommendation. Talk presented at Women in Cognitive Science Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA..
Mortensen, L, & Martin, R. C. (2007, November). The effects of neighborhood size on serial recall. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Long Beach, CA.
Martin, R. C. (2007, October). Impaired vs. preserved inhibitory processes in a patient with a semantic STM deficit. Talk presented at Symposium at Academy of Aphasia Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C.
Hong, A., & Martin, R.C. (2007, October). Semantic priming in an aphasic patient with a semantic short-term memory deficit. Poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C.
Crowther, J., & Martin, R. C. (2007, October). Further evidence for a post-selection inhibitory mechanism in lexical retrieval. Poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C..
Martin, R. C., Burton, P., Hamilton, A. C. (2005, November). Neuroimaging Evidence for a Single Semantic Buffer Involved in Language Production and Comprehension. Talk presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Toronto, Canada.
Martin, R. C., Burton, P., & Hamilton, A. C. (2005, October). Left Inferior Frontal Involvement in Semantic Retention During Phrase Comprehension and Production: Evidence from Functional Neuroimaging. Talk presented at the Symposium at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Crowther, J., Biegler, K., & Martin, R. C. (2005, October). Deficits in Naming in Context: The Role of Semantic STM vs. Control of Word Retrieval. Talk presented at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Martin, R. C., & Cheng, Y. (2005, October). Selection Demands vs. Association Strength in the Verb Generation Task. Talk presented at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Martin, R. C., Kroll, J., & Rajaram, S. (2005, September). Update on the Women in Cognitive Science Initiative (USA). Talk presented at the European Women in Cognitive Science Meeting, Lieden, The Netherlands.Martin, R. C. (2005, February). Improving Campus Climate for Women. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology, Tucson, AZ.
Martin, R. C., & Hamilton, A. C. (2004, November). Semantic STM, Language Processing and Inhibition. Talk presented at the American Speech and Hearing Association Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Martin, R. C., Inglis, A. L., & Kuminiak, F. (2004, October). Complex sentence comprehension in a patient with a semantic short-term memory deficit. Talk presented at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Haarmann, H., Martin, R. C., Davelaar, E., & Usher, M. (2003, November). The Role of Semantic Short-Term Memory in On-Line Sentence Production. Talk presented at the Psychonomics Society Meeting, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Hamilton, A. C., & Martin, R. C. (2003, November). Working Memory and Domain-Specific Inhibition. Talk presented at the Psychonomics Society Meeting, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Kuminiak, F., & Martin, R. C. (2003, November). Effects of Referential Processing and Noun Phrase Type on Comprehension of Cleft Sentences. Talk presented at the Psychonomics Society Meeting, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Martin, R. C., Burton, P., Jackson, E. F., & Mahankall, S. (2003, November). Neural Substrates of Lexical-Semantic Working Memory: Imaging Speech Planning with fMRI. Talk presented at the Psychonomics Society Meeting, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Cheng, Y., & Martin, R. C. (2003, March). Selection vs. Association Strength in the Verb-Generation Task. Talk presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, New York, NY.
Hamilton, A. C., & Martin, R. C. (2003, March). Tasks of Inhibition and Short-Term Memory: Comparison of Patients with Phonological and Semantic Short-Term Memory Deficits. Talk presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, New York, NY.
Martin, R. C., Biegler, K., & Freedman, M. (2003, March). Neuropsychological Evidence on the Role of Short-Term Memory in Speech Production. Talk presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, New York, NY.
Wu., D., & Martin, R. C. (2002, November). Dissociation of input and output orthographic lexicons. Talk presented at the Psychonomics Society Meeting, Kansas City, MO.
Wu, D., & Martin, R. C. (2002, November). The dissociation of input and output orthographic lexicons. Talk presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Kansas City, MO.
Wu., D., & Martin, R. C., & Damian, M. (2002, October). A third route for reading? Implications from a case of phonological dyslexia. Talk presented at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, New York, NY.
Hamilton, C., & Martin, R. C. (2002, October). Inhibition and proactive interference effects in impaired semantic short term memory of aphasic patients. Talk presented at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, New York, NY.
Martin, R. C., & Freedman, M. (2002, July). Short-term memory and its Role in Speech Production. Talk presented at the Quebec Short-term Memory Conference, Quebec City, Quebec.
Martin, R., Wu, D., Jackson, E., Freedman, M., & Lesch, M. (2002, April). The neural substrates of phonological and semantic components of short-term memory. Talk presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Hamilton, C., Martin, R, C. (2002, April). Performance on the anti-saccade task in a patient with a working memory deficit. Talk presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Yang, C., Martin, R. C., & Potts, G. (2002, April). The time-course of semantic integration in verbal working memory and sentence comprehension. Talk presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Freedman, M., & Martin, R. (2001, November). Semantic interference in noun phrase and sentence production. Talk presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Orlando, FL.
Martin, R., Newsome, M., & Freedman, M. (2001, November). Dissociation of short-term and long-term recency effects: A case study. Talk presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Orlando, FL.
Martin, R., & Yang, C. (2001, November). Noun phrase complexity vs. word retrieval fluency in sentence production. Talk presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Orlando, FL.
Wu, D., & Martin, R. (2001, March). A third route for reading? Implications from a case of phonological dyslexia. Talk presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, New York, NY.
Park, N., & Martin, R. (2001, March). Reading vs. writing: Evidence for the dissociation of input and output graphemic lexicons. Talk presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, New York, NY.
Martin, R., Freedman, M., Miller, M., & Vu, H. (2000, November). Working memory and language production. Paper presented at Psychonomic Society Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Martin, R., Freedman, M., Miller, M., & Vu, H. (2001, September). Working memory and language production. Paper presented at Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing, Lieden, The Netherlands.
Freedman, M., & Martin, R. (1999, November). Persisting activation of orthographic representations: Implications for the graphemic buffer hypothesis. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Los Angeles, CA.
Martin, R., & Miller, M. (1999, November). Scope of planning in sentence production in young, old, and aphasic subjects. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Los Angeles, CA.
Martin, R., Vigliocco, G., & Garrett, M. (1999, October). Access to Count/ Mass Information without Access to Phonology in an Anomic Patient. Paper presented at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, Venice, Italy.
Martin, R. (1999, October). Short-term memory and language production. Paper presented at the Texas Cognition Conference (ARMADILLO), San Antonio, TX.
Lesch, M., & Martin, R. (1998, November). The relation between phonological codes in reading and STM: Evidence from acquired dyslexia. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Dallas, TX.
Martin, R., & Miller, M. (1998, November). Increasing memory load does not reduce detection of grammatical anomalies in sentences. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Dallas, TX.
Martin, R., & Katz, M. (1998, November). A role for phonological storage in sentence repetition. Talk presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Dallas, TX.
Freedman, M., & Martin, R. (1998, October). Code-specific relation between short-term memory and long-term learning. Poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, Santa Fe, NM.
Martin, R., Katz, M., & Freedman, M. (1998, October). Lexical-semantic retention and language production. Poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, Santa Fe, NM.
Martin, R., Freedman, M., Katz, M., & Lesch, M. (1998, May). Semantic component of working memory and its role in speech production. Paper presented at the Quebec ‘98 Working Memory Conference, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
Damian, M., & Martin, R. (1997, November). Semantic and phonological effects interact in speech production. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Lesch, M., & Martin, R. (1997, November). A category-specific deficit through interactive phonological and semantic processing. Poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Lesch, M., & Martin, R. C. (1996, November). Lexical, semantic, and phonological effects on span: Support for a psycholinguistic approach to STM. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Martin, R. C. (1996, November). Links between semantic representations and input and output phonological representations support short-term memory. Talk presented at the Symposium at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, London, England.
Bartha, M., & Martin, R. C. (1996, November). Lexical representations have class: A reverse word class effect without reverse imageability. Poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, London, England.
Freedman, M., & Martin, R. C. (1996, November). Effects of short-term memory deficits on long-term learning. Poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia Meeting, London, England.
Martin, R., Lesch, M. & Bartha, M. (1996, July). Independence of input and output phonology in word processing and short-term memory. Paper presented at meeting of Cognitive Science Association for Interdisciplinary Learning (CSAIL), Hood River, OR.
Lesch, M., Martin, R., & Hoffman, K. (1996, July). Are semantic representations category-specific and modality-dependent? Implications from a case study. Paper presented at Cognitive Science Association for Interdisciplinary Learning (CSAIL), Hood River, OR.
Damian, M., & Martin, R. (1996, July). Fast semantic priming followed by slow strategic priming in word recognition. Paper presented at Cognitive Science Association for Interdisciplinary Learning (CSAIL), Hood River, OR.
Lesch, M., & Martin, R. (1996, May). Units of grapheme-phoneme correspondence in word reading. Paper presented at the ARMADILLO conference, Austin, TX.
Damian, M., & Martin, R. (1996, May). Fast semantic and slow associative priming in word reading. Paper presented at the ARMADILLO conference, Austin, TX.
Martin, R. (1995, November). A multiple capacities view of working memory in language. Talk presented at the Symposium at the Psychonomic Society Meeting, Los Angeles, CA.