Dr. Ullman's research investigates the neural and computational bases of both first and second language, how language and memory are affected in various disorders (e.g., autism, Tourette syndrome, Specific Language Impairment, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease), and how factors such as sex (male vs. female), handedness (left vs. right), genetic variability, and hormones (e.g., estrogen) affect the neurocognition of language and memory.
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Lab Director: Michael Ullman, PhD
Research Assistants: Charlotte Kovach, Annette Min, Jonathan Picos
Undergraduate Students also assist in Lab Research
Michael Ullman, PhD
Work phone: 202 687 6064
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