NARU’s research portfolio contains four main research themes, each of which involve clinical activities.
These themes are:
- Semantic cognition
Semantically driven verbal and nonverbal behaviour made up of two interactive components: semantic representations (conceptual knowledge) and semantic control
- Normal and impaired language
Studies of communication in humans, ranging from conversation in aphasia to morality and depression
- Clinical intervention in neuroscience and aphasia
- Research relating to rehabilitation. We run a speech therapy clinic and our studies investigate a wide variety of clinical techniques and advances.
NARU research publications
The group has published over 100 peer-reviewed journal articles since 2001, see:
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