Paul Del Prato
NYU Cognitive Neurophysiology Lab
Comprehensive Epilepsy Center
Department of Neurology
New York University School of Medicine
paul DOT delprato AT nyumc DOT org
Navarrete, E., Del Prato, P., Peressotti, F., & Mahon, B.Z. (in press). Lexical access is not by competition: Evidence from the blocked naming paradigm. Journal of Memory and Language.
Del Prato, P., & Pylkkänen, L. (2014). MEG evidence for conceptual combination but not numeral quantification in the left anterior temporal lobe during language production. Frontiers in Psychology.
Navarrete, E., Del Prato, P., & Mahon, B.Z. (2012). Factors determining semantic facilitation and interference in the cyclic-naming paradigm. Frontiers in Psychology.
Del Prato, P., & Pylkkänen, L. (2013). Conceptual combination vs. numeral quantification in the left anterior lobe: MEG evidence from a production task. SNL 2013.
Brodbeck, C., Del Prato, P., & Pylkkänen, L. (2013). MEG evidence for immediate reference resolution within a visual world. CUNY 2013.
Prior to coming to NYU Langone, I was a lab manager with Liina Pylkkänen at the NYU Neurolinguistics Lab, and before that, I was an undergraduate at the University of Rochester. There, I worked closely with neuropsychologist Brad Mahon conducting experiments in language production. Also, I spent a great deal of time in the linguistics department there, advised by Jeff Runner. What a convenient place to catch the research bug!
I was born and raised in the Syracuse, NY area - the land of snow, salt, and snow removal using salt.
This means that, by many definitions, I am a New Yorker!