Neural and Cognitive Bases of Language Processing

Study Overview

Purdue Aphasia Research Lab invites individuals with stroke-induced aphasia to participate in a NIH-funded research project. The goal of the project is to examine how different types of cues facilitate sentence production and comprehension in persons with aphasia. The findings will lead to development of more cost-effective interventions for persons with aphasia. Participants will complete non-invasive tasks such as comprehensive aphasia evaluation, computerized language tasks, language games, and eyetracking-while-speaking.

Study Description

The goal of the project is to examine how different types of cues facilitate sentence production and comprehension in persons with aphasia. The findings will lead to development of more cost-effective interventions for persons with aphasia. Participants will complete non-invasive tasks such as comprehensive aphasia evaluation, computerized language tasks, language games, and eyetracking-while-speaking. The studies are conducted at Purdue University (West Lafayette) and Indianapolis. Some testing and studies may involve virtual participation OR in-person as available. 

Additional Information

Participants will be compensated for their participation.


  • IRB Number: 1406014987 (PURDUE)
  • Research Study Identifier: TX8622
  • Principal Investigator: Jiyeon Lee

Recruitment Status

Open

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