Communication Sciences & Disorders

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Nathaniel B. Klooster

Melissa Duff
I’m interested in the neuroscience of learning and multiple memory systems. I work with different groups of neurological patients including those with focal-lesions, Parkinson’s disease, and Traumatic Brain Injury, in order to better understand how the brain supports learning and memory of...
Rupa Gupta Gordon

Rupa Gupta Gordon

Social interaction is an essential and integral component of human lives. I am interested in understanding the areas of the brain involved in social interaction and collaboration. To do this, we study the performance of patients with selective focal brain lesions on a variety of social tasks. I am...
Inyong Choi

Inyong Choi, PhD

Title/Position
Associate Professor
Dr. Inyong Choi studies neural mechanisms of auditory processing, specifically as it applies to how the human brain segregates a target sound from a mixture of interfering sounds, how the ability degrades in hearing-impaired listeners, and how hearing interventions recover such neural processes...
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Jean K. Gordon, PhD

Title/Position
Associate Professor
My research focuses on the process of word retrieval in normal speakers, and in speakers with acquired neurogenic language disorders (particularly aphasia). I am interested in exploring the factors which make words easier or harder to retrieve, and how these factors influence the production of...