Our research examines the behaviour, functional and structural pathways of basic language processing. The studies conducted in this lab typically have a combination of behavioural, functional, and structural components: reaction time and accuracy rates from behavioural research, characteristics of the blood oxygenated level dependent (i.e., BOLD) response function from functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) research, and characteristics underlying white/grey matter from structural MRI. Our research also ties in with models of dyslexia and other language impairments (e.g. aphasia).

We have several ongoing projects at the moment. Please see the menu underneath "Research" on the left for a summary of the projects as well as opportunities for involvement.