New paper in Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research
In this paper, titled “Towards an individualised neural assessment of receptive language in children” the team used EEG and advanced analysis techniques to detect language processing from the neural activity of up to 88% of typically developing children. This provides an important foundation for our work using brain imaging to study language processing in non-speaking autistic individuals. Interestingly, we found that even neurotypical children vary greatly in their neural responses, making it critical that our methods are both robust and flexible to detect language processing in individuals. Congratulations to Selene, Nadene, Denise and Alex on their new paper!
Link to preprint: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/566752v1.abstract