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Kate Stone

Department of Linguistics

Potsdam University

surname [at] uni-potsdam.de

Campus Golm, House 14, Room 134
Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 24/25
14476 Potsdam, Germany

About me

I am a PhD student in the Vasishth Lab. My research interest is in how neuroscience, computer science and linguistics can work together to build a more comprehensive model of human cognition. I'm currently working on modelling prediction and locality effects on reading times with Franklin Chang's model of sentence production.

CV

B.Behavioural Neuroscience (Monash University, Australia), BA Linguistics (University of Melbourne, Australia), MSc Experimental Linguistics (Potsdam University, Germany)

Publications

Papers

Catroppa, C., Stone, K., Rosema, S., Hearps, S., Soo, C., & Anderson, V. (2015) Evaluation of an attention and memory intervention post childhood acquired brain injury: Preliminary efficacy, immediate and 6 months post-intervention. Brain Injury, 29(11), 1317-1324.

Catroppa, C., Stone, K., Rosema, S., Soo, C., & Anderson, V. (2014) Preliminary efficacy of an attention and memory intervention post-childhood brain injury - case study. Brain Injury, 28(2), 252-260.

Conference contributions

Stone, K., Jessen, A. & Clahsen, H. (2016) Delayed versus immediate production: ERP studies of verb morphology. Poster presented at the International Workshop on Language Production in San Diego, USA, July 25-27, 2016.

Rosema, S., Stone, K. & Catroppa, C. (2013) Preliminary efficacy of an attention and memory intervention post childhood brain injury – case series. Poster presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society in Waikoloa, Hawaii, February 6-9, 2013.