Language production in neurological populations
We use experimental tasks to probe language production processes in neurological populations. This approach can lead to refining theories of production, on the one hand, and to important clinical insights, on the other hand.
- Roles of ventral versus dorsal pathways in language production: An awake language mapping study
- Lexical selection with competing distractors: Evidence from left temporal lobe lesions
- A valid alternative for in-person language assessments in brain tumor patients: feasibility and validity measures of the new TeleLanguage test
- Pre-articulatory electrical activity associated with correct naming in individuals with aphasia
- Lesion evidence for a critical role of left posterior but not frontal areas in alpha-beta power decreases during context-driven word production