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Jiyeon Lee

Contact Information
Email: lee1704@purdue.edu
Office: HEAV 202C Map
Phone: 765-494-3810
Homepage: Homepage
Associate Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences

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PhD Northwestern University Communication Sciences and Disorders 2011

Research Interests

Language breakdown and recovery in aphasia, morphosyntactic processing in aphasia, aging, and related neurogenic disorders, time course of sentence production/processing in healthy and impaired speakers

Teaching Interests

Language Disorders in Adults, Aging and Communication


2021 - NIH-NIDCD R01/Implicit Structural Priming as a Treatment Component in Aphasia
2020 - Korean National Research Foundation/Tele-Assessment of Language Processing in Aging Using Lexical Priming: a Korean-English Cross-linguistic Study

Selected Publications

Lee, J. (2020). Effect Of Lexical Accessibility On Syntactic Production In Aphasia: An Eyetracking Study, Aphasiology. Aphasiology, 34, 391-410.

J Lee, J Huber, J Jenkins, J Fredrick (2019). Language Planning And Pauses In Story Retell: Evidence From Aging And Parkinson's Disease

G Man, S Meehan, N Martin, H Branigan, J Lee (2019). Effects Of Verb Overlap On Structural Priming In Dialogue: Implications For Syntactic Learning In Aphasia

J Alvar, Ann, Lee, Jiyeon, Huber (2019). Filled Pauses As A Special Case Of Automatic Speech Behaviors And The Effect Of Parkinson's Disease

J Lee, E Hosokawa, S Meehan, N Martin, HP Branigan (2019). Priming Sentence Comprehension In Aphasia: Effects Of Lexically Independent And Specific Structural Priming

J Lee, G Man, V Ferreira, N Gruberg (2019). Aligning Sentence Structures In Dialogue: Evidence From Aphasia

J Dick, J Fredrick, G Man, JE Huber, J Lee (2018). Sentence Production In Parkinson's Disease

J Lee, E Hosokawa, S Meehan, N Martin, B Branigan (2018). Mechanisms Of Syntactic Learning In Aphasia: Evidence From Lexically Specific And Independent Structural Priming

J Lee, G Man (2017). Language Recovery In Aphasia Following Implicit Structural Priming Training: A Case Study

J Lee (2017). Time Course Of Lexicalization During Sentence Production In Parkinson's Disease: Eye-Tracking While Speaking

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