The NeuroPsychLab in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester conducts research on cognitive deficits that may occur in an individual after a brain injury. You may be interested in participating in our research projects if you have suffered a brain injury (due to a stroke, an accident, a brain tumor, or other trauma) either recently or in the past, and you experience any one of the following difficulties:
Currently, ongoing research projects involve difficulties with using and identifying objects, language and visual processing deficits. Most research in the NeuroPsychLab involves tasks such as naming pictures, demonstrating how to use common objects, repeating words, reading and writing. Some studies may be conducted on a computer and require you to speak a response or push a button to indicate your judgment in a simple task.
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