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What is the relationship between creativity and semantics in people with aphasia?

This is an exploratory study looking at semantic network organization in people with aphasia (a language disorder that occurs after stroke or other focal brain damage) and what that can tell us about creativity. This research will help influence improved assessment and treatment for people with aphasia.
Joanne Niemkiewicz at jik5508@psu.edu or 610-841-6490
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18 year(s) or older
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Inclusion Criteria:
Diagnosis of aphasia
At least 6 months post-stroke onset
English speaker
Normal or corrected-to-normal hearing and vision
Completed at least a high school education or equivalent
Exclusion Criteria:
History of psychiatric or progressive neurological disorder
An active medical condition that could compromise participation
Taking medications that are known to exert significant effects on cognitive processes 
Do not meet the above inclusionary criteria 
Ages 90 and older
Language & Linguistics, Neurology
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