We combine tools and approaches from psycholinguistics, cognitive psychology, counseling, and technology. We seek to better understand how various “extra-linguistic” factors affect language performance, and we are working to develop more sophisticated technology-based aphasia interventions in order to improve access to quality aphasia care.
Meet our team
We are a hard-working group of students and clinician-scientists. Read our profiles here.
Explore Our Research
Speed-accuracy trade-offs, strategy training, and predicting treatment outcomes: Read more about our current research. You can also Find a few of our recent publications. There are always more on the way!
Learn more about aphasia
More information is available from the National Aphasia Association, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and the NINDS/NIDCD.
Contact us if you're interested in learning more about our work, joining our lab, or participating in our research.