We investigate language and cognitive processes and impairments using behavioral and eye-tracking experiments, computational modeling, and lesion-symptom mapping. Our major research focus areas are the organization of semantic knowledge, language deficits and recovery after left hemisphere stroke (aphasia), and the time course of spoken word comprehension. We aim for "Pasteur's Quadrant" -- to answer fundamental questions in cognitive science and neuroscience in a way that has practical applications, such as new insights into language impairments and helping to develop better rehabilitation strategies.

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