Lynn Marentette
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  • Indian Trail, N.C.
  • United States
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Lynn Marentette joined Jianxia Cui's group

art and neuroscience

This group is set for those neurosciencists who love and enjoy art. We learn science through art!
Nov 7, 2009
Lynn Marentette joined Karin Buetler's group


A group dedicated to neuropsychology/cognitive neuroscience tackling the neural underpinnings of higher cognitive functions as well as its clinical application.Image: See More
Nov 7, 2009
Lynn Marentette joined Eduardo A Garza Villarreal's group

Music and the Brain

Discussion about music processing and research tools.
Nov 7, 2009

Profile Information

Main areas of research:
Interactive technologies to support collaboration, communication, learning & memory, treatment, and health/mental health related concerns.
child and adolescent neuropsychology, truamatic brain injury, autism spectrum disorders, brain-computer interface, serious games, games for cognitive development, impact of emerging technologies on brain and cognitive functioning, assistive techology, universal design for learning, multimedia learning&thinking, sensory processing, the arts - music, art, dance, photography, videography..
Current title/position:
School Psychologist: I work with children, teens, and young adults who have multiple special needs, including severe autism. I also serve as a school psychologist at the high school level, and I am one of two psychologists within my district certified for work with students who have suffered traumatic brain injuries.

Consultant: Interactive technologies, accessibility & universal usability
Current affiliation/employer:
Union County Public Schools
Self: Consultant
Personal or laboratory homepage:
Marentette, L.V. (2005) Thinking, Learning, and Communicating through Multimedia: Views from a School Psychologist”, in Kristóf Nyíri (ed.), A Sense of Place, pp. 319–328.

Marentette, L.V.& Uhrick, A. (2008) Reaching Learners: Immersive Education Through Interactive Multimedia

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At 9:44am on August 27, 2009, Istvan Bokkon said…
Dear Lynn I have just seen that you published a paper in Kristóf Nyíri's book.
Nyírí argues that the brain use pictures, but unfortunataly he is not expert in
molecular processes. Previously I sent some my papers for Nyírí he thanked,
but did not deal with my new model that the first molecular basis about the brain can generate intrinsic computational pictures by regulated redox and biophoton process in retinotopic areas.

At 2:46am on August 27, 2009, Istvan Bokkon said…
Dear Lynn,

Thank for your interest.
You can download the most of my papers from my homepage.
It is hard to bring new ways into scientific community.
You can recommmend my homepage for everybody.

István (Steven)
At 12:52pm on August 26, 2009, Istvan Bokkon said…

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