Curriculum Vitae Sahil Luthra



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Curriculum Vitae

Sahil Luthra

Department of Psychological Sciences, University of Connecticut

406 Babbidge Road, Unit 1020, Storrs, CT 06269

sahil.luthra@uconn.edu | ph: (650) 823-9806 | sahilluthra.net

Education

2021 (expected) Ph.D. (Language and Cognition) University of Connecticut University of Connecticut

2010 – 2014 B.S., with Honors (Cognitive Neuroscience) Brown University

Honors and Awards

2014 Premium for Excellence in Cognitive Neuroscience, Brown University

2012 Fellowship from Society of Royce Fellows, Brown University

2010-2014 August P. Reccord Scholarship, Brown University

2010-2014 Eagle Scout Scholarship, Frank Livermore Trust

2010 National Merit Scholarship

Research Experience

2016-present Graduate Student, University of Connecticut

Advisors: Emily Myers, Jim Magnuson

2014-2016 Research Assistant, Brown University



PI: Emily Myers (University of Connecticut)

Co-investigator: Sheila Blumstein

2011-2014 Undergraduate Researcher, Brown University



PI: Sheila Blumstein

2013 Undergraduate Researcher, Boston University



PI: Swathi Kiran

Publications



Peer-Reviewed Articles

  1. Luthra, S., Fox, N. P., & Blumstein, S. E. Speaker information affects false recognition of unstudied lexical-semantic associates. Under revision.

  2. Theodore, R. M., Blumstein, S. E., & Luthra, S. (2015). Attention modulates specificity effects in spoken word recognition: Challenges to the time-course hypothesis. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 77(5), 1674-1684.

Posters

  1. Luthra, S., Fuhrmeister, P., Guediche, S., Blumstein, S. E., & Myers, E. B. Neural correlates of task-irrelevant perceptual learning of non-native speech sounds. Psychonomic Society. Boston, MA, November 2016.

  2. Luthra, S., Guediche, S., Blumstein, S. E., & Myers, E. B. Effects of phonetic category structure on brain activity during word recognition. Society for Neurobiology of Language. London, UK, August 2016.

  3. Luthra, S., Fox, N. P., & Blumstein, S. E. Speaker information affects false recognition of unstudied lexical-semantic associates. Society for Neurobiology of Language. Chicago, IL, October 2015.

  4. Myers, E. B., Theodore, R. M., & Luthra, S. Neural encoding of talker-specific phonetic variation. Society for Neurobiology of Language. Chicago, IL, October 2015.

Skills

Lab: AFNI, Bliss, E-Prime, MATLAB/Psychtoolbox, Praat, R (including mixed effects models and growth curve analyses), SPSS

Languages: English (native fluency), Spanish (professional fluency), Hindi (intermediate)

Professional Memberships

Sigma Xi Society, Society for Neurobiology of Language
Hobbies/Interests

Improv comedy, cooking, baking, reading, writing, biking



Updated July 2016






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