Brain Awareness Lectures: 2006
SPEAKING OUT! THE NEUROSCIENCE OF LANGUAGE DISORDERS (APHASIA)
Thursday March 16th from 1:00 to 3:00PM
Bowen-Thompson Student Union Theatre
Using Eye Tracking to Study Comprehension in People with Aphasia
Brooke Hallowell , Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Director of the School of Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences and the Neurolinguistics Laboratory at Ohio University
Action Observation and Language Comprehension
Steven L. Small , M.D., PhD.
Professor of Neurology, Psychology, and Neurobiology and
Co-Director of the Brain Research
Imaging Center (BRIC) at the University of Chicago
The human brain is the most remarkable structure in the biological
universe. It regulates body functions and controls our thoughts and
emotions. Brain and nervous system disorders, including Alzheimer’s
and Parkinson’s diseases, epilepsy, autism, drug addictions and
depression, unfortunately afflict millions of people. Neuroscience is
providing solutions to these serious problems.
The J. P. Scott Center for Neuroscience, Mind and Behavior , the Department of Psychology and the Department of Biological Sciences at Bowling Green State University are proud to sponsor these public lectures on brain and nervous system disorders during Brain Awareness Week.