Neuroplasticity Lab @ The Academy of Aphasia

Colin Noe (Fischer-Baum Lab) won the student prize at the Academy of Aphasia in Montreal this week his presentation on early processes in speech perception combining EEG, patient work and psycholinguistic experimentation. Curtiss Chapman (Martin Lab) was a runner up – and gave an awesome talk on semantic control, semantic diversity and frequency effects in language production. Randi and Simon were also co-authors on another poster (with Elizabeth Baca – former lab manager) on orthographic working memory and the cerebellum.

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  1. LOVE hearing about the research being done with regards to Aphasia. And we have heard that there is some connection with the Houston Aphasia Recovery Center. We are interested in hearing if you will be doing any research into Primary Progressive Aphasia (any of the 3 variants). My husband, a Rice professor, was diagnosed with PPA, semantic variation, in 2016 – so your research areas are of particular interest.

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