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Miss Zoie E. Nott (lab alumnus)

Position:
Research Assistant
Email: z.nott@uq.edu.au

Zoie left us in December 2016 to take up a position at the QIMR Berghofer medical research institute.


Research while in the Mattingley Lab

I manage a project that investigates potential changes in cognitive functioning after stroke. I conduct a range of neuropsychological tests with patients who have suffered an acute stroke and correlate their scores with the location of the lesion. Patients are recruited from the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital as well as the Princess Alexandra Hospital. I also coordinate follow on research with the stroke patients to examine specific deficits in language, perception, mobility and social wellbeing.


Research interests
  • Stroke Patients
  • Structural Lesion Mapping and Voxel-Based Lesion Symptom Mapping (VLSM)
  • Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)
  • Neuropsychological Testing

Published papers

Schneider, D., Nott, Z., & Dux, P. (2014). Task Instruction and Implicit Theory of Mind. Cognition, 113 (1); 43-7.

Molenberghs, P., Bosworth, R., Nott, Z., Louis, W., Smith, J., Amiot, C., Vohs, K., & Decety, J. (2014). The Influence of Group Membership and Individual Differences in Psychopathy and Perspective Taking on Neural Responses when Punishing and Rewarding Others. Human Brain Mapping. 18; 35(10); 4989-99.


Conference presentations


Nott, Z., Horne, K., Beavis, T., Henry, J., Mattingley J., Molenberghs, P. (2015, November). Lesion sites associated with Theory of Mind problems in stroke patients: A VLSM analysis. Poster presented at the 5th Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Nott, Z., Horne, K., Beavis, T., Henry, J., Mattingley J., Molenberghs, P. (2015, June). Lesion sites associated with Theory of Mind problems in stroke patients: A VLSM analysis. Poster presented at the
2nd Australasian Social and Affective Neuroscience Society Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Nott, Z., Horne, K., Beavis, T., Henry, J., Mattingley J., Molenberghs, P. (2015, June). Lesion sites associated with Theory of Mind problems in stroke patients: A VLSM analysis. Poster presented at the Organisation for Human Brain Mapping Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.