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I am a third year graduate student in the Department of Linguistics at UC Berkeley.
My research interests include psycholinguistics, employing and improving computational methods in linguistics, and language revitalization.
Effects of lexical predictors in aphasia
Aphasia subtypes have widely differing linguistic difficulties. However, they all have trouble with naming objects. This naturally leads one
to ask the following: Which types of words are hard for the different subtypes of aphasia? I am currently using the data from
MAPPD, the largest aphasic picture naming database, to answer this question.