Tatiana T. Schnur

Neurosurgery Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX 
"Tatiana Schnur"
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Alfonso Caramazza grad student 2003 Harvard
 (Planning at the phonological level during sentence production.)
Myrna F. Schwartz post-doc Rice University
Sharon L. Thompson-Schill post-doc Rice University (Neurotree)


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Denise Y. Harvey grad student 2014 Rice University (Neurotree)
Jingyi Geng grad student 2015 Rice University
Julie Walker Hughes grad student 2016 Rice University (Neurotree)
Tao Wei grad student 2016 Rice University (LinguisTree)
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Zahn R, Schnur TT, Martin RC. (2023) Contributions of semantic and phonological working memory to narrative language independent of single word production: Evidence from acute stroke. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 1-29
Horne A, Ding J, Schnur TT, et al. (2022) White Matter Correlates of Domain-Specific Working Memory. Brain Sciences. 13
Schnur TT, Lei CM. (2022) Assessing naming errors using an automated machine learning approach. Neuropsychology
Martin RC, Ding J, Hamilton AC, et al. (2021) Working Memory Capacities Neurally Dissociate: Evidence from Acute Stroke. Cerebral Cortex Communications. 2: tgab005
Ding J, Martin RC, Hamilton AC, et al. (2020) Dissociation between frontal and temporal-parietal contributions to connected speech in acute stroke. Brain : a Journal of Neurology
Ding J, Martin R, Hamilton C, et al. (2019) Multivariate Lesion-Symptom Mapping of Spontaneous Speech: Evidence from Acute Stroke Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 13
Lei C, Schnur T. (2019) Evaluating naming errors using a computational lexical semantic similarity measure Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 13
Zahn R, Schnur T, Martin R. (2019) Phonological Retrieval Mediates the Relation Phonological Short-term Memory and Narrative Production Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 13
Martin RC, Schnur TT. (2018) Independent contributions of semantic and phonological working memory to spontaneous speech in acute stroke. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Wei T, Schnur TT. (2018) Being fast or slow at naming depends on recency of experience. Cognition. 182: 165-170
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