Entry Year

2015

Major Area of Study

Neuropsychology

Mentor

Ralph-Axel Mueller, PhD / Jeanne Townsend, PhD

E-mail

lisa.e.mash@gmail.com

Research Interests

Lisa’s research focuses on the relationship between neural connectivity and behavioral features of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). She is particularly interested in using multimodal imaging methods to study dynamic brain functioning.

Representative Publications
  • Mash, L.E., Schauder, K.B., Channing, C., Park, S., & Cascio, C.J. (2017). Associations between interoception and age in autism spectrum disorder and typical development. Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology, 16(1), 23-37

  • Foss-Feig, J.H., McGugin, R.W., Gauthier, I., Mash, L.E., Ventola, P., Cascio, C.J. (2016). A functional neuroimaging study of fusiform response to restricted interests in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders, 8(15).

  • Molet, M., Kosinski, T., Craddock, P., Miguez, G., Mash, L.E., & Miller, R.R. (2016). Attenuating social affective learning effects with Memory Suppression manipulations. Acta Psychologica. 164, 136-143.

  • Schauder, K.B., Mash, L.E., Bryant, L.K. & Cascio, C.J. (2015). Interoceptive ability and body awareness in autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 131, 193-200.

  • Miguez, G., Mash, L.E. Polack, C.W., & Miller, R.R. (2014). Failure to observe renewal following retrieval-induced forgetting. Behavioural Processes. 103, 43-51.

Grants/Awards
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP): 2017-2022