New NUIM Neuro Lab Publications!

1 Jun

Three new papers authored and co-authored by students and lecturers at our very own neuro lab have been accepted and released for publication! 

These successful papers, and those published in our previous post this year, showcase some of the research currently being carried out in Maynooth Neuro Lab.

A paper authored by NUIM Neuro Lab‘s Joe Duffin, Dr Sean Commins and Dr Richard Roche, in collaboration with Tallaght hospital, has just been published in the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology (click here for PubMed link).

Subtle memory and attentional deficits revealed in an Irish stroke patient sample using domain-specific cognitive tasks.

Duffin, JT, Collins, DR, Coughlan, T, O’Neill, D, Roche, RAP & Commins, S (2012). Subtle memory and attentional deficits revealed in an Irish stroke patient sample using domain specific cognitive tasks. Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology.

Furthermore, NUIM Neuro Lab student Caroline Rawdon and recent graduate  Dr. Jennifer Murphy have both co-authored two new papers accepted for publication in Cognitive Neuropsychiatry and the Schizophrenia Bulletin (titled below).  

Neurocognition in the extended psychosis phenotype: performance of a community sample of adolescents with psychotic symptoms on the MATRICS neurocognitive battery.

Kelleher, I, Clarke, MC, Rawdon, C, Murphy, J, & Cannon, M, (In Press) Neurocognition in the extended psychosis phenotype: Performance of a community sample of adolescents with psychotic symptoms on the MATRICS neurocognitive battery, Schizophrenia Bulletin.

Neurocognitive performance of a community-based sample of young people at putative ultra high risk for psychosis: Support for the processing speed hypothesis. 

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