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The Use and Abuse of Principal Component Analysis (PCA) in Aphasia Research

By Grant Walker A college introductory calculus professor once revealed to our class that, despite the public perception, mathematicians are often the laziest people around. The reason that [...]

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Reporting From the Land of COVID-19 Aphasia

By Audrey Holland I am a foreign correspondent, writing to my home country from a country I have never visited be-fore. I am visiting the land of COVID-19 Aphasia. The field that I report on is [...]

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The Neurobiology of Syntax: A follow-up Discussion Regarding Peter Hagoort’s C-STAR Lecture

By: Peter Hagoort, William Matchin, Greg Hickok, Natalia Levshina, & Dirk den Ouden Introduction On March 25 of this year (2020) I presented my on-line lecture “Beyond the language given: [...]

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Bonnie Breining

Bonnie Breining is a postdoctoral fellow in the SCORE (Stroke Cognitive Outcomes and Recovery) Lab at Johns Hopkins.  She received a B.A. in Cognitive Sciences and Psychology from Rice [...]

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