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How are changes in the pacing and rhythm of language processed?

Adults aged 18-35 may be eligible to take part in this EEG study

EEG Study - Pacing and RhythmThis is a research study led by Fareeha S. Rana under the supervision of Dr. Elisabet Service and Dr. John Connolly at the Language, Memory, and Brain Lab. Potential participants are invited to get in contact with the lead student researcher if they are interested in taking part in this study.

This study aims to investigate the role of rhythm and timing on how language is processed. As part of this study, participants will listen to auditory stimuli presented to them via earphones and watch a movie. Concurrently, EEG will be recorded to monitor their brain activity through electrodes placed on the scalp. Please refer to the poster for more information.

If you are interested in learning more about the study, please contact Fareeha S. Rana at .