Can Technologies for Studying the Neural Bases of Speech/Language Improve Treatment of Communication Disorders?
Communication Sciences and Disorders
College of Health Professions
Medicine and Health Sciences
Emerging technologies for studying the brain have yielded data that have revised and extended our understanding of the neurophysiology and neuropathology of speech and language. The speaker will review neuroanatomy and neurophysiology, discuss applications of these technologies in research and treatment, and describe insights they have provided into neuroplasticity.
Annual Conference of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Shuster, Linda, "Can Technologies for Studying the Neural Bases of Speech/Language Improve Treatment of Communication Disorders?" (2014). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 758.
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