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FESTSCHRIFT in Honour of

Dr. Morris Moscovitch

June 2,3 2015

Pictures and videos- Festschrift 2015

Current and Past Neuropsych Lab Members with Poster Presentations (pdf) & personal profiles ( page)

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-Graduate Students

Zhongxu Liu Buddhika Bellana
Jessica Robin Iva Brunec
Kyra McKelvey (Bonasia) Caspian Sawczak

 

Past Lab Members
Kris Romero Marie St. Laurent
Cornelia McCormick Marnie Hirshhorn  

 

-Post Doctoral Fellows

Jason Ozubko
Melanie Sekeres
Talya Sadeh

 

and Co-supervised Students
Fahad Ahmad
 

 

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Zhongxu Liu

Ph.D Candidate
M.A. (U of T)
B.Sc. (Concordia)
B.Eng.(Harbin U)

Prior Knowledge Effect on Post-Encoding Brain Connectivity and its Relation to Subsequent Memory.

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Jessica Robin

Ph.D Candidate
M.A. (U of T)
B.A. & Sc. (McGill)

The Relation Between Spatial and Autobiographical Memory in People with Medial or Posterior Temporal Lobe Damage.

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Kyra McKelvey(Kyra Bonasia)

Ph.D Candidate
M.A. (U of T)
B.Sc. (McGIll)

Research interests

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Buddhika Bellana

Ph.D Candidate
M.A. (U of T)
B.Sc. (York)

Characterizing the Similarities and Differences in the Default Mode Network Across Rest, Retrieval and Future Imagining.

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Caspian Sawczak

M.A. Candidate
B.Sc. (U of T)

The Role of Episodic Retail in Altruistic Intentions

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Iva Brunec

M.A. Candidate B.Sc. (University College London)

Memory for Temporal Information During Spatial Navigation.

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Melanie Sekeres

Post Doctorol Fellow
Ph.D. (U of T)
MSc. (U of T)
B.Sc. (Trent)

The Neural Correlates of Memory Transformation in Rodents and Humans

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Talya Sadeh

Post Doctorol Fellow
Ph.D. (Tel Aviv)
B.Sc. (Tel Aviv)

Forgetting Patterns Dissociate Between Two Forms of Memory.

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Jason Ozbuko

Post Doctorol Fellow
Ph. D. (Waterloo)
MSc. (Waterloo)
B.Sc. (U of T)

 

Presenting at FestSchrift

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Fahad Ahmad

Ph.D. Candidate
Visiting Student from Wilfid Laurier U.

The Duration Effect in Forced-Choice Recognition of Scenes.

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Kris Romero

Ph.D. U of T
M.A. U of T
B.Sc. U of T

Effects of Cannabis Use on Gray Matter Volume and Cognition in Patients with Mutliple Sclerosis.

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Cornelia McCormick

Ph.D. U of T

Alternative Neuronal Networks Supporting Construction and Elaboration of Autobiographical Memories in Patients with Mesial Temporal Lobe Epilepsy 

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Marie St. Laurent

Ph.D. U of T

Cortical Reactivation During Mental Replay in Amnesia.

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Marnie Hirshhorn

Ph.D. U of T

The Hippocampus is Involved in Memory for Recently Learned, But Not Highly Familiar Environments.

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