Every semester since Fall 2018, a team of undergraduates in the LAB Lab publishes a science communication digest.
To date, five Language and Brain Lab Digests have been published, with no signs of stopping.
These publications are printed for distribution to the broader community. We work to make scientific articles accessible to people with aphasia, their caregivers, undergraduates, and all other interested readers.
It is our hope to help bridge the divide between research findings and the broader public.
Access our Spring 2021 LAB Lab Digest here!
- Bilingual Aphasia: What if a patient speaks multiple languages?
- A Temporary Normal: An inside look at aphasia support and therapy groups in a pandemic
- Language Learning: The importance of sleep and training when learning non-native speech sounds
- Get to know some of our lab members
- Phoebe Gaston – Postdoctoral Researcher, Psychological Sciences
- Anne Marie Crinnion – 1st year graduate student, Psychology – Language and Cognition
- Hannah Mechtenberg – 1st year graduate student, Psychology – Language and Cognition
Access our Spring 2020 LAB Lab Digest here!
- Practice Makes Perfect: Treating Apraxia
- Interview with Kacie Wittke – Speech Language Pathologist
- The Role of the Brain in Learning Non-Native Speech Sounds
- Meet UConn’s Speech Researchers
- Dr. Rachel Theodore – Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, Lab for Spoken Language Processing
- Dr. James Magnuson – Professor of Psychology, Computational Cognitive Neuroscience of Language Lab
- Erica Scarpati – Audiology Doctoral Student, Graduate student in the Auditory Brain Research Lab
- David Saltzman – Ph.D. student in Psychology, Graduate student in the Language and Brain Lab
Links to additional resources for people with aphasia and their caregivers: