We investigate the dynamics of language and cognitive processes and impairments using behavioral, eye-tracking, and computational modeling techniques. The central focus is on processing of individual spoken words, including interactions between top-down and bottom-up information, the time course of phonological and semantic ambiguity resolution, and the organization of word meaning knowledge. The research focuses on impairments of language processing in order to test and develop theories of typical language processing, to understand how they break down under impairments, and to develop better rehabilitation strategies.

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