Anna Chrabaszcz

Research Associate, Dr. Fiez

Department of Psychology

Cognitive Program

Faculty Advisor: Julie Fiez

Research Interests

I adopt an interdisciplinary approach to study normative and nonnormative aspects of language processing at different levels of linguistic analysis (phonetic, lexical, morphosyntactic). Using behavioral, eye-tracking, and neurophysiological methods, I am interested in identifying where and why break-downs in real-time language processing occur, as well as in elucidating the mechanisms that allow language users of nonnormative populations (bilinguals, young children, individuals with language impairment) to overcome such difficulties.

Cognitive Neuroscience Reading Processes

Related Research Areas

Cognitive & Neural Foundations of Learning Reading & Language

Recent Publications

Wang, D., Lipski, W., Bush, A., Chrabaszcz., A, Dastolfo-Hromack, C., Dickey, M., Fiez, J.A., & Richardson R.M (2022). Lateralized and region-specific thalamic processing of lexical status during reading aloud. Journal of Neuroscience, 42:3228-3240.

Weiss, A.R., Korzeniewska, A., Chrabaszcz, A., Bush, A., Fiez, J.A, Crone, N.E. & Richardson, R.M.(2022). Lexicality-modulated influence of auditory cortex on subthalamic nucleus during motor planning for speech. Neurobiology of Language.  

Bush, A., Chrabaszcz, A., Peterson, V., Saravanan, V., Dastolfo-Hromack, C., Lipski, W. J., & Richardson, R. M. (2022). Differentiation of speech-induced artifacts from physiological high gamma activity in intracranial recordings. NeuroImage,

Dastolfo-Hromack, C., Bush, A., Chrabaszcz, A., Lipski, W., Wang, D., Crammond, D.J., Shaiman, S., Dickey, M.W., Holt, L.L., Turner, R.W., Fiez, J.A., & Richardson, R.M. (2021). Articulatory gain predicts motor cortex and subthalamic nucleus activity during speech. Cerebral Cortex,

Chrabaszcz, A., Wang, D., Lipski, W.J., Bush, A., Crammond, D.J., Shaiman, S., Dickey, M.W., Holt, L.L., Turner, R.S., Fiez, J.A., Richardson R.M. (2021). Subthalamic nucleus and perisylvian cortical regions differentially encode lexicality during a reading aloud task. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 60.

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