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Dr. Chris Martin


The University of Western Ontario, 2015

Assistant Professor

   
 
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Dr. Martin will be accepting a graduate student for Fall 2021 admission.

Research Interests

Cognitive neuroscience of human memory. Our research focuses on long-term memory, with the goal of developing a deeper understanding of its cognitive and neural bases, how it relates to other aspects of cognition (e.g., perception, decision making, motor control), how it changes across the lifespan, and how it can be enhanced to promote graceful aging. We use fMRI, ERPs, motion tracking, virtual reality, and cognitive behavioral experiments to answer relevant questions in healthy and clinical populations.



Selected Publications


Douglas, D.M., Man, L.Y., Newsome, R.N., Park, H., Aslam, H.M., Barense, M.D. & Martin, C.B. (2020) Resolving visual and conceptual interference among object concepts requires medial temporal lobe cortex. PsyArXiv pre-print.https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/d68jt

Martin, C.B., Mirsattari, S.M., Pruessner, J.C., Burneo, J.G., Hayman-Abello, B., & Kӧhler, S. (2019). Relationship between déjà vu experiences and recognition-memory impairments in temporal-lobe epilepsy. Memory, 26(4). https://doi.org/10.1080/09658211.2019.1643891

Martin, C.B., Douglas, D., Newsome, R.N., Man, L.L.Y., & Barense, M.D. (2018). Integrative and distinctive coding of visual and conceptual object features in the ventral visual stream. eLife 7, e31873. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.31873

Martin, C.B., Sullivan, J., Wright, J., & Kӧhler, S. (2018). How landmark suitability shapes recognition memory signals for objects in the medial temporal lobes. NeuroImage, 166, 425-436.

Martin, C.B., Cowell, R.A., Gribble, P.L., Wright, J., & Kӧhler, S. (2016). Distributed category-specific recognition memory signals in perirhinal cortex. Hippocampus, 26(4), 423-436. https://doi.org/10.1002/hipo.22531

Martin, C.B., McLean, D.A., O’Neil, E.O., & Kӧhler, S. (2013). Distinct familiarity-based response patterns for faces and buildings in perirhinal and parahippocampal cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(26), 10915-10923. https://doi.org/10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0126-13.2013


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