The Washington Post reports on recent findings from the CogNeuro Lab.
Objects look significantly different to people who are familiar with them, a new study suggests. Read the article on the Hub.
People with aphasia contribute to our understanding of the brain structures used in spelling, the Baltimore Sun reports.
London based newspaper The Guardian examines MRI findings from the Rapp Lab.
Rapp Lab researchers investigate long-term and working memory in the context of spelling disorders. Read the article.
Stroke victims provide insight into how the brain stores and constructs words. Read the article.
Shanna Murray’s research lies at the intersection of her two majors: cognitive science and Romance languages. Read the article.
A new center will help people with aphasia regain language functionality. Read the article in Northwestern University Magazine.
Nearly 20% of stroke victims are under 55, compared with fewer than 13% in the early 1990s, according to a 2012 study. Read the article and watch the video on The Wall Street Journal‘s website.
Rapp Lab featured in the Spring 2013 issue of Arts & Sciences Magazine. View the article on the A&S Magazine website.