Phonological Distance in Aphasia

Study Description:
We want to know how people with aphasia process similar sounding words (e.g., CAT and BAT). Participants will complete language tasks, like listening to words in noise and indicating if two words sound similar. Participants will also complete a speech and language evaluation.
Aphasia Friendly Study Description:
We want to know how people with aphasia process similar sounding words (e.g., CAT and BAT). Participants will complete language tasks, like listening to words in noise and indicating if two words sound similar. Participants will also complete a speech and language evaluation.
Inclusion / Exclusion Criteria:
Adult with aphasia, at least 6 months post-onset. English speaker.
Principal Investigator:
Nichol Castro
Contact Email:
nicholca@buffalo.edu
Condition
Stroke, Aphasia
Observational or Treatment:
Observational
Type of Treatment:
n/a
Duration of Study:
Two in-person sessions. Each session lasts 2-3 hours, with opportunities for breaks.
Study Start Date:
December 1, 2021
Study End Date:
June 30, 2023
More information:
Costs or Reimbursement:
Participants receive $15/hour of testing.
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