2 Result(s)

Language processing and speech perception in adults with and without brain damage: Eye-tracking and ERP studies

We are looking for MOTIVATED, CURIOUS STUDENTS in psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, communicative disorders, and related fields. The NeuLanD (Neuroscience in Language and Disorders) Lab is the best place to learn how to use eye-tracking and EEG (encephalography) methods to study language and speech and to learn more about neurogenic disorders of language. You will get involved in cutting-edge research and you will gain a variety of skills from learning how to do hearing screenings and diagnosing hearing loss to conducting neuropsychological assessments and setting up behavioral experiments. Opportunities to work with people with aphasia and other neurogenic disorders are also available....

Required Availability
Spring 2023 | Fall 2022
Course Credit?
Yes - CD 350
Paid Position?
No

Sexual Violence Prevention

Sexual violence is a pervasive problem for young people and our understanding of factors that increase the risk for sexual violence to occur or impede our efforts to prevent sexual violence is not well-understood. Within our lab, projects focus on three main areas: 1) understanding how alcohol use impacts people's ability to communicate about the sex they do or do not want, 2) how alcohol use impacts people's ability to intervene when they witness risky sexual experiences, and 3) how alcohol use increases the risk for sexual violence to occur. Across these studies, we also examine how these factors may look similar and different among cisgender women and men, and sexual and gender minority persons. If these topics interest you, students...

Required Availability
The End of Time
Course Credit?
No
Paid Position?
No