Aphasia Laboratory director, Sabine Heuer, observes as a test subject performs computer mouse movements on two monitors.

Aphasia Laboratory director, Sabine Heuer, observes as a test subject performs computer mouse movements on two monitors.

2400 E. Hartford Ave.
Enderis Hall, Room B52
Milwaukee, WI 53211

(414) 229-0537

Aphasia is a disorder caused by brain damage, impairing language comprehension and language production. In the aphasia lab we will explore the linguistic and non-linguistic factors that impact adults’ performance during language comprehension tasks. Specifically, we will explore attention allocation processes and their relationship to language comprehension in individuals with and without aphasia.