Martha W. Burton, Ph.D.
|Brown University, Providence, RI|
|Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States|
|2008||Neurology||University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD|
For those of you who have not yet heard this terrible news ... Martha Burton, who made terrific contributions to psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics, focusing on speech perception and spoken word recognition, died a few weeks ago, after recently being diagnosed with adenocarcinoma. Martha was a treasured colleague.
Martha worked at Brown University, principally with Sheila Blumstein, and was then on the faculty at Penn State before moving to the Department of Neurology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. Both her psycholinguistic work -- see her important papers with her collaborator Sheila Blumstein -- and her neurolinguistic work using imaging -- with Sheila as well as Steve Small -- is an example of enthusiastically embracing the new methodologies while never losing sight of the theory and the psycholinguistics.
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|Burton MW. (2009) Understanding the role of the prefrontal cortex in phonological processing. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics. 23: 180-95|
|Burton MW, Krebs-Noble D, Gullapalli RP, et al. (2009) Functional neuroimaging of grammatical class: ambiguous and unambiguous nouns and verbs. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 26: 148-71|
|Kurowski KM, Blumstein SE, Palumbo CL, et al. (2007) Nasal consonant production in Broca's and Wernicke's aphasics: speech deficits and neuroanatomical correlates. Brain and Language. 100: 262-75|
|Burton MW, Small SL. (2006) Functional neuroanatomy of segmenting speech and nonspeech. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 42: 644-51|
|Burton MW, Locasto PC, Krebs-Noble D, et al. (2005) A systematic investigation of the functional neuroanatomy of auditory and visual phonological processing. Neuroimage. 26: 647-61|
|Berndt RS, Mitchum CC, Burton MW, et al. (2004) Comprehension of reversible sentences in aphasia: the effects of verb meaning. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 21: 229-44|
|LoCasto PC, Krebs-Noble D, Gullapalli RP, et al. (2004) An fMRI investigation of speech and tone segmentation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 16: 1612-24|
|Small SL, Burton MW. (2002) Functional magnetic resonance imaging studies of language. Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports. 2: 505-10|
|Berndt RS, Burton MW, Haendiges AN, et al. (2002) Production of nouns and verbs in aphasia: Effects of elicitation context Aphasiology. 16: 83-106|
|Berndt RS, Haendiges AN, Burton MW, et al. (2002) Grammatical class and imageability in aphasic word production: Their effects are independent Journal of Neurolinguistics. 15: 353-371|