Morton, N. W, and Polyn, S. M. A neurally constrained model of category clustering in free recall. In preparation.
Polyn, S. M., McCluey, J. D., Morton, N. W, Woolard, A. A., Luksik, A. S., and Heckers, S. Organizational impairment of memory search in schizophrenia: A test of the associative deficit hypothesis. In preparation.
Polyn, S. M., Stein, E. M., McCluey, J. D., Morton, N. W, and Kragel, J. E. A context-based theory of event segmentation and memory search. In preparation.
Morton, N. W, Kahana, M. J., Rosenberg, E. A., Baltuch, G. H., Litt, B., Sharan, A. D., Sperling, M. R., and Polyn, S. M. (In press) Category-specific neural oscillations predict recall organization during memory search. Cerebral Cortex.
Polyn, S. M., Kragel, J. E., Morton, N. W, McCluey, J. D., Cohen, Z. D. (2012) The neural dynamics of task context in free recall. Neuropsychologia, 50(4), 447-457.
Context and Episodic Memory Symposium Student Travel Award, 2013
William F. Hodges Teaching Assistant Award, 2011–2012
University Graduate Fellowship, Vanderbilt University, 2009–2014
Bachelor of Arts with Distinction, University of Pennsylvania, 2007
Dean’s List, University of Pennsylvania, 2006–2007
Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship, Institutional Development and Undergraduate Education Service, 2003–2007