• Nadene Dermody

Congratulations to Dr Selene Petit!

Updated: Apr 27, 2020

Congratulations to one of our Macquarie-based lab members, Selene Petit, whose PhD was recently awarded without corrections. In her PhD, titled “Decoding hidden language: towards a reliable neural assessment of language comprehension in minimally-verbal autistic children”, she examined the potential for EEG and transcranial doppler ultrasound to examine spoken language processing in non-speaking children.

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