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Department of Cognitive Science

Lina Teichmann

Lina Teichmann

PhD Student

Contact Details

Office : 3.320
Phone : +61 2 9850 2977
Fax : +61 2 9850 6059
email : lina.teichmann@students.mq.edu.au

External Address

Department of Cognitive Science
The Australian Hearing Hub
16 University Avenue
Macquarie University NSW 2109

I also have a profile at the ARC Centre for Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders.

Thesis Details

Investigating the time-course of magnitude representation.

  • Scholarship : iMQRES
  • Workload : full time
  • Supervisors : Associate Professor Anina Rich and Associate Professor Thomas Carlson

Awards

  • CCD Annual Workshop Joint Winner of Best PhD Poster Award (2017), Teichmann, L.
  • CCD Annual Workshop Highly Commended Poster Award (2016), Teichmann, L.
  • CCD Excellence in Research Student Award: Outstanding 2015 Publication (2016), Teichmann, L. for Teichmann, L., Nieuwenstein, M.R., & Rich, A.N. (2015). Red, green, blue equals 1, 2, 3: Digit-colour synesthetes can use structured digit information to boost recall of color sequences." Cognitive Neuroscience.
  • CCD Annual Workshop Best Postgrad Poster Award (2015), Teichmann, L.

Grants Awarded

  • ARC CCD Student Exchange Scheme (2017) Teichmann, L. ($12,500)

Selected Publications

Periodicals

  • de Wit, B., Badcock, N.A., Grootswagers, T., Hardwick, K., Teichmann, L., Wehrman, J., Williams, M., & Kaplan, D.M. (2017). Neurogaming technology meets neuroscience education: A cost-effective, scalable, and highly portable undergraduate teaching laboratory for neuroscience. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 15(2), A104-A109. [Link]
  • Teichmann, L., Nieuwenstein, M.R., & Rich, A.N. (2017). Digit-color synaesthesia only enhances memory for colors in a specific context: A new method of duration thresholds to measure serial recall. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 43(8), 1494-1503. doi:10.1037/xhp0000402
  • Teichmann, L., Nieuwenstein, M., & Rich, A.N. (2015). Red, green, blue equals 1, 2, 3: Digit-color synesthetes can use structured digit information to boost recall of color sequences. Cognitive Neuroscience, 6(2-3), 100-110. doi:10.1080/17588928.2015.1056519

Conference Presentations, Colloquia, and other presentations

  • Teichmann, L. (2017, December). The temporal dynamics of real and implied colour processing in the human brain: An MEG decoding study. Paper presented at the CCD-KIT MEG Workshop, Macquarie University.
  • Teichmann, L., Grootswagers, T., Carlson, T., & Rich, A. (2017, November). Seeing colour where there is none: Decoding the implied colour of grey-scale objects using MEG. Poster session presented at the CCD Annual Workshop, Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens.
  • Teichmann, L., Carlson, T., & Rich, A. (2016, November). Decoding dice and digits with Magnetoencephalography: How long does it take to access magnitude? Paper presented at the 6th Australian Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference (ACNS), Shoal Bay.
  • de Wit, B., & Grootswagers, T., & Teichmann, L. (2016, September). Cognitive and brain sciences: Using a gaming headset to measure brain activity. Presentation given at the Taster Day for Health and Medical Sciences, Macquarie University.
  • Teichmann, L., Carlson, T., & Rich, A.N. (2016, August). Decoding digits and dice: How long does it take to access magnitude? Poster session presented at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders Annual Workshop, The Fairmont Resort, Leura.
  • Teichmann, L., Nieuwenstein, M., & Rich, A. (2016, August). Red, green, blue equals 1, 2, 3: Digit-color synesthetes can use structured digit information to boost recall of color sequences. Paper presented at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders Annual Workshop, The Fairmont Resort, Leura.
  • Teichmann, L., Nieuwenstein, M., & Rich, A. (2015, November). Long term associations and serial recall: Using synaesthesia to probe memory for sequences. Poster session presented at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders Annual Workshop, Macquarie University, Sydney.