Meredith Dodge Melinder
Meredith is a clinical graduate student specializing in neuropsychology. She is working with Dr. Deanna Barch. Her research interests center around cognitive neuropsychological models of language in schizophrenia and the relationship between language disturbances, executive functions and the semantic memory system. Meredith is currently working on her dissertation examining the relationship between the integrity and organization of the semantic system (as measured by semantic priming paradigms) and the presence of disorganized speech. Other ongoing projects include studies examining the affect that topic of speech has on language production in individuals with delusional beliefs, as well as studies examining semantic memory via verbal fluency in individuals with schizophrenia.
Washington University, Department of Psychology, Campus Box 1125, St. Louis, Missouri 63130-4899
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