Myrna Schwartz

TitleVolunteer Faculty
InstitutionThomas Jefferson University
DepartmentFaculty Records
Address833 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia PA 19107
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    R01AG002231     (SCHWARTZ, MYRNA F)Sep 1, 1979 - Nov 30, 1986
    NIH
    PATTERNS OF COGNITIVE DEFICIT IN ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01DC000191     (SCHWARTZ, MYRNA F)Apr 1, 1982 - Aug 31, 2016
    NIH
    Psycholinguistic Analysis of Aphasic Syndromes
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01AG006791     (SCHWARTZ, MYRNA F)Jul 1, 1986 - Jun 30, 1987
    NIH
    PATTERNS OF COGNITIVE DEFICIT IN ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
    Role: Principal Investigator

    K04DC000027     (SCHWARTZ, MYRNA F)Feb 1, 1988 - Jan 31, 1993
    NIH
    APPLIED COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    Role: Principal Investigator

    K04NS001262     (SCHWARTZ, MYRNA F)Feb 1, 1988 - Jan 31, 1993
    NIH
    APPLIED COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01DC001825     (SCHWARTZ, MYRNA F)Sep 1, 1992 - Aug 31, 1998
    NIH
    TREATMENT OF SENTENCE PROCESSING DISORDERS IN APHASIA
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01NS031824     (SCHWARTZ, MYRNA F)Apr 1, 1993 - Jul 31, 2002
    NIH
    ORGANIZATION AND BREAKDOWN OF ROUTINE ACTION SKILLS
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01HD043991     (SCHWARTZ, MYRNA F)Apr 1, 2003 - Mar 31, 2009
    NIH
    AAC Processing Support for Spoken Language in Aphasia
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Middleton EL, Schwartz MF, Dell GS, Brecher A. Learning from errors: Exploration of the monitoring learning effect. Cognition. 2022 07; 224:105057. PMID: 35218984.
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    2. Mirman D, Kraft AE, Harvey DY, Brecher AR, Schwartz MF. Mapping articulatory and grammatical subcomponents of fluency deficits in post-stroke aphasia. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci. 2019 10; 19(5):1286-1298. PMID: 31240565.
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    3. Coslett HB, Schwartz MF. The parietal lobe and language. Handb Clin Neurol. 2018; 151:365-375. PMID: 29519469.
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    4. Pustina D, Coslett HB, Ungar L, Faseyitan OK, Medaglia JD, Avants B, Schwartz MF. Enhanced estimations of post-stroke aphasia severity using stacked multimodal predictions. Hum Brain Mapp. 2017 11; 38(11):5603-5615. PMID: 28782862.
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    5. Schuchard J, Middleton EL, Schwartz MF. The timing of spontaneous detection and repair of naming errors in aphasia. Cortex. 2017 08; 93:79-91. PMID: 28624680.
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    6. Middleton EL, Schwartz MF, Rawson KA, Traut H, Verkuilen J. Towards a Theory of Learning for Naming Rehabilitation: Retrieval Practice and Spacing Effects. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2016 10 01; 59(5):1111-1122. PMID: 27716858.
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    7. Schwartz MF, Middleton EL, Brecher A, Gagliardi M, Garvey K. Does naming accuracy improve through self-monitoring of errors? Neuropsychologia. 2016 Apr; 84:272-81. PMID: 26863091.
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    8. Pustina D, Coslett HB, Turkeltaub PE, Tustison N, Schwartz MF, Avants B. Automated segmentation of chronic stroke lesions using LINDA: Lesion identification with neighborhood data analysis. Hum Brain Mapp. 2016 Apr; 37(4):1405-21. PMID: 26756101.
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    9. Schwartz MF. The Marin Lab at the Dawn of Cognitive Neuropsychology. Cogn Behav Neurol. 2015 Sep; 28(3):122-6. PMID: 26413736.
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    10. Mirman D, Chen Q, Zhang Y, Wang Z, Faseyitan OK, Coslett HB, Schwartz MF. Neural organization of spoken language revealed by lesion-symptom mapping. Nat Commun. 2015 Apr 16; 6:6762. PMID: 25879574.
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    11. Mirman D, Zhang Y, Wang Z, Coslett HB, Schwartz MF. The ins and outs of meaning: Behavioral and neuroanatomical dissociation of semantically-driven word retrieval and multimodal semantic recognition in aphasia. Neuropsychologia. 2015 Sep; 76:208-19. PMID: 25681739.
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    12. Middleton EL, Schwartz MF, Rawson KA, Garvey K. Test-enhanced learning versus errorless learning in aphasia rehabilitation: testing competing psychological principles. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2015 Jul; 41(4):1253-61. PMID: 25528093.
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    13. Zhang Y, Kimberg DY, Coslett HB, Schwartz MF, Wang Z. Multivariate lesion-symptom mapping using support vector regression. Hum Brain Mapp. 2014 Dec; 35(12):5861-76. PMID: 25044213.
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    14. Zhang Y, Kimberg DY, Coslett HB, Schwartz MF, Wang Z. Support vector regression based multivariate lesion-symptom mapping. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2014; 2014:5599-602. PMID: 25571264.
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    15. Schwartz MF. Theoretical analysis of word production deficits in adult aphasia. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2014; 369(1634):20120390. PMID: 24324234.
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    16. Middleton EL, Schwartz MF. Learning to fail in aphasia: an investigation of error learning in naming. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2013 Aug; 56(4):1287-97. PMID: 23816662.
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    17. Dell GS, Schwartz MF, Nozari N, Faseyitan O, Branch Coslett H. Voxel-based lesion-parameter mapping: Identifying the neural correlates of a computational model of word production. Cognition. 2013 Sep; 128(3):380-96. PMID: 23765000.
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    18. Schwartz MF, Faseyitan O, Kim J, Coslett HB. The dorsal stream contribution to phonological retrieval in object naming. Brain. 2012 Dec; 135(Pt 12):3799-814. PMID: 23171662.
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    19. Thothathiri M, Gagliardi M, Schwartz MF. Subdivision of frontal cortex mechanisms for language production in aphasia. Neuropsychologia. 2012 Dec; 50(14):3284-94. PMID: 23022077.
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    20. Walker GM, Schwartz MF. Short-form Philadelphia naming test: rationale and empirical evaluation. Am J Speech Lang Pathol. 2012 May; 21(2):S140-53. PMID: 22294412.
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    21. Middleton EL, Schwartz MF. Errorless learning in cognitive rehabilitation: a critical review. Neuropsychol Rehabil. 2012; 22(2):138-68. PMID: 22247957.
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    22. Dell GS, Schwartz MF. Who's in and who's out? Inclusion criteria, model evaluation, and the treatment of exceptions in case series. Cogn Neuropsychol. 2011 Oct; 28(7):515-520. PMID: 22746692.
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    23. Thothathiri M, Kimberg DY, Schwartz MF. The neural basis of reversible sentence comprehension: evidence from voxel-based lesion symptom mapping in aphasia. J Cogn Neurosci. 2012 Jan; 24(1):212-22. PMID: 21861679.
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    24. Mirman D, Strauss TJ, Brecher A, Walker GM, Sobel P, Dell GS, Schwartz MF. A large, searchable, web-based database of aphasic performance on picture naming and other tests of cognitive function. Cogn Neuropsychol. 2010 Sep; 27(6):495-504. PMID: 21714742.
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    25. Schwartz MF, Dell GS. Case series investigations in cognitive neuropsychology. Cogn Neuropsychol. 2010 Sep; 27(6):477-94. PMID: 21714756.
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    26. Nozari N, Dell GS, Schwartz MF. Is comprehension necessary for error detection? A conflict-based account of monitoring in speech production. Cogn Psychol. 2011 Aug; 63(1):1-33. PMID: 21652015.
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    27. Schwartz MF, Kimberg DY, Walker GM, Brecher A, Faseyitan OK, Dell GS, Mirman D, Coslett HB. Neuroanatomical dissociation for taxonomic and thematic knowledge in the human brain. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 May 17; 108(20):8520-4. PMID: 21540329.
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    28. Nozari N, Kittredge AK, Dell GS, Schwartz MF. Naming and repetition in aphasia: Steps, routes, and frequency effects. J Mem Lang. 2010 Nov 01; 63(4):541-559. PMID: 21076661.
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    29. Walker GM, Schwartz MF, Kimberg DY, Faseyitan O, Brecher A, Dell GS, Coslett HB. Support for anterior temporal involvement in semantic error production in aphasia: new evidence from VLSM. Brain Lang. 2011 Jun; 117(3):110-22. PMID: 20961612.
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    30. Middleton EL, Schwartz MF. Density pervades: an analysis of phonological neighbourhood density effects in aphasic speakers with different types of naming impairment. Cogn Neuropsychol. 2010 Jul; 27(5):401-27. PMID: 21718214.
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    31. Thothathiri M, Schwartz MF, Thompson-Schill SL. Selection for position: the role of left ventrolateral prefrontal cortex in sequencing language. Brain Lang. 2010 Apr; 113(1):28-38. PMID: 20149424.
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    32. Schwartz MF, Kimberg DY, Walker GM, Faseyitan O, Brecher A, Dell GS, Coslett HB. Anterior temporal involvement in semantic word retrieval: voxel-based lesion-symptom mapping evidence from aphasia. Brain. 2009 Dec; 132(Pt 12):3411-27. PMID: 19942676.
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    33. Barde LH, Schwartz MF, Chrysikou EG, Thompson-Schill SL. Reduced short-term memory span in aphasia and susceptibility to interference: contribution of material-specific maintenance deficits. Neuropsychologia. 2010 Mar; 48(4):909-20. PMID: 19925813.
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    34. Oppenheim GM, Dell GS, Schwartz MF. The dark side of incremental learning: a model of cumulative semantic interference during lexical access in speech production. Cognition. 2010 Feb; 114(2):227-52. PMID: 19854436.
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    35. Hsiao EY, Schwartz MF, Schnur TT, Dell GS. Temporal characteristics of semantic perseverations induced by blocked-cyclic picture naming. Brain Lang. 2009 Mar; 108(3):133-44. PMID: 19138794.
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    36. Schnur TT, Schwartz MF, Kimberg DY, Hirshorn E, Coslett HB, Thompson-Schill SL. Localizing interference during naming: convergent neuroimaging and neuropsychological evidence for the function of Broca's area. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009 Jan 06; 106(1):322-7. PMID: 19118194.
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    37. Kittredge AK, Dell GS, Verkuilen J, Schwartz MF. Where is the effect of frequency in word production? Insights from aphasic picture-naming errors. Cogn Neuropsychol. 2008 Jun; 25(4):463-92. PMID: 18704797.
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    38. Linebarger MC, Romania JF, Fink RB, Bartlett MR, Schwartz MF. Building on residual speech: a portable processing prosthesis for aphasia. J Rehabil Res Dev. 2008; 45(9):1401-14. PMID: 19319763.
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    39. Fink RB, Bartlett MR, Lowery JS, Linebarger MC, Schwartz MF. Aphasic speech with and without SentenceShaper: Two methods for assessing informativeness. Aphasiology. 2008; 22(7-8):679-690. PMID: 18846247.
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    40. Giovannetti T, Schwartz MF, Buxbaum LJ. The Coffee Challenge: a new method for the study of everyday action errors. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol. 2007 Oct; 29(7):690-705. PMID: 17891679.
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    41. Kimberg DY, Coslett HB, Schwartz MF. Power in Voxel-based lesion-symptom mapping. J Cogn Neurosci. 2007 Jul; 19(7):1067-80. PMID: 17583984.
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    42. Dell GS, Martin N, Schwartz MF. A Case-Series Test of the Interactive Two-step Model of Lexical Access: Predicting Word Repetition from Picture Naming. J Mem Lang. 2007 May 01; 56(4):490-520. PMID: 21085621.
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    43. Bartlett MR, Fink RB, Schwartz MF, Linebarger M. Informativeness ratings of messages created on an AAC processing prosthesis. Aphasiology. 2007; 21(5):475-498. PMID: 18648580.
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    44. Schwartz MF. The cognitive neuropsychology of everyday action and planning. Cogn Neuropsychol. 2006; 23(1):202-21. PMID: 21049328.
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    45. Barde LH, Schwartz MF, Boronat CB. Semantic weight and verb retrieval in aphasia. Brain Lang. 2006 Jun; 97(3):266-78. PMID: 16359726.
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    46. Schwartz MF, Brecher AR, Whyte J, Klein MG. A patient registry for cognitive rehabilitation research: a strategy for balancing patients' privacy rights with researchers' need for access. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2005 Sep; 86(9):1807-14. PMID: 16181947.
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    47. Cooper RP, Schwartz MF, Yule P, Shallice T. The simulation of action disorganisation in complex activities of daily living. Cogn Neuropsychol. 2005; 22(8):959-1004. PMID: 21038286.
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    48. Schwartz MF, Wilshire CE, Gagnon DA, Polansky M. Origins of nonword phonological errors in aphasic picture naming. Cogn Neuropsychol. 2004 Mar 01; 21(2):159-86. PMID: 21038198.
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    49. Buxbaum LJ, Sirigu A, Schwartz MF, Klatzky R. Cognitive representations of hand posture in ideomotor apraxia. Neuropsychologia. 2003; 41(8):1091-113. PMID: 12667544.
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    50. Schwartz MF, Hodgson C. A new multiword naming deficit: Evidence and interpretation. Cogn Neuropsychol. 2002 May 01; 19(3):263-88. PMID: 20957540.
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    51. Joe WQ, Ferraro M, Schwartz MF. Sequencing and interleaving in routine action production. Neurocase. 2002; 8(1-2):135-50. PMID: 11997492.
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    52. Giovannetti T, Libon DJ, Buxbaum LJ, Schwartz MF. Naturalistic action impairments in dementia. Neuropsychologia. 2002; 40(8):1220-32. PMID: 11931925.
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