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|Validation of a Wearable Sensor for Recording Speech and Social Interaction Data
This study investigates whether a novel wearable sensor accurately records measures of speech and social interaction in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson disease, and healthy adults.
|Phase 2 Study of a Speech and Language Biomarker of Cognitive Change in Parkinson’s disease
This study investigates whether features detectable in everyday speech and language tasks can predict cognitive changes in people with Parkinson’s disease.
Speech Errors in Parkinson’s Disease
This study investigates how individuals with Parkinson’s disease monitor for speech errors compared to unaffected adults, and whether these differences are due to cognitive and language changes in Parkinson’s disease.
|On-line Sentence Processing in Parkinson’s Disease
This study investigates how individuals with Parkinson’s disease make use of information they hear in order to process sentences quickly and accurately. The purpose of the study is to help us better understand how and why individuals with Parkinson’s disease process language in real time.
If you have questions about participating in research or are interested in joining the lab, please contact Dr. Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Roberts is actively seeking graduate and undergraduate students to contribute to her lab.