Lauryn Zipse, PhD, CCC-SLP
Phone: (617) 643-3245
Office Location: Shouse (Building 36) 427
Associate Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders; Co-Director, Cognitive Neuroscience Group
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders, Cognitive Neuroscience Group
Dr. Zipse studies language and other aspects of cognition in adults with acquired brain injury, with a particular focus on the timing of cognitive processes.
Current projects address the following questions:
- How are executive processes central to learning disrupted in adults who have experienced a traumatic brain injury (TBI)?
- Why is processing rhythm difficult for some people with aphasia?
- Which aspects of music-based therapies for aphasia are particularly beneficial?