Griffin Koch

Griffin Koch

Graduate Student, Dr. Coutanche

Department of Psychology

Cognitive Program

Faculty Advisor: Marc Coutanche

Koch, G.E., Paulus, J.P., & Coutanche, M.N. (2020). Neural patterns are more similar across individuals during successful memory encoding than during failed memory encoding. Cerebral Cortex.

Koch, G.E., Akpan, E., & Coutanche, M.N. (2020). Image memorability is predicted by discriminability and similarity in different stages of a convolutional neural network. Learning & Memory, 27(12), 503-509.

Coutanche, M. N., Koch, G. E., & Paulus, J. P. (2020). Influences on memory for naturalistic visual episodes: Sleep, familiarity, and traits differentially affect forms of recall. Learning & Memory, 27(7), 284–291.

Popov, V., Zhang, Q., Koch, G.E., Calloway, R.C., & Coutanche, M.N. (2019). Semantic knowledge influences whether novel episodic associations are represented symmetrically or asymmetrically. Memory & Cognition.

Coutanche, M. N. & Koch, G. E. (2018). Creatures great and small: Real-world size of animals predicts visual cortex representations beyond taxonomic category. NeuroImage, 183, 627-634.

Coutanche, M. N. & Koch, G. E. (2017). Variation across individuals and items determine learning outcomes from fast mapping. Neuropsychologia, 106, 187–193.

Vencislav Popov, Qiong Zhang, Griffin Koch, Regina Colloway, and Marc Coutanche's research was mentioned in Psychonomic Society's post, "Why We Don’t Serve “Cheese and Macaroni;" Investigating Directionality of Relationships Between Words."

February 25, 2020


Graduate student Griffin Koch (Marc Coutanche's lab) has been awarded a 2019 Society for Neuroscience Trainee Professional Development Award. The Trainee Professional Development Award (TPDA) recognizes undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who demonstrate scientific merit and excellence in research.

July 6, 2019