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Adam Buchwald

Associate Professor of Communicative Sci & Disorders


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    Adam Buchwald takes an interdisciplinary approach to address the questions of how we produce and perceive spoken and written language. His primary research focuses on describing the linguistic information that is neurally represented and manipulated during language processing tasks. To achieve these goals, Buchwald's research includes detailed studies of the performance of neurologically impaired populations with acquired language deficits (e.g., aphasia, apraxia of speech) as well as neurologically intact populations, and incorporates the research methods of several disciplines including speech science, cognitive neuropsychology, psycholinguistics, and theoretical linguistics. Buchwald completed his Ph.D. in the Department of Cognitive Science at Johns Hopkins University in 2005, and completed a two-year post doctoral fellowship in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University.

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    Acquired morphological impairment impacted by morphophonological patters in the language

    Rimikis, S. & Buchwald, A., 2019, In : Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics. 33, 1-2, p. 68-94 27 p.

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  • Using tDCS to facilitate motor learning in speech production: The role of timing

    Buchwald, A., Calhoun, H., Rimikis, S., Lowe, M. S., Wellner, R. & Edwards, D. J., Feb 2019, In : Cortex. 111, p. 274-285 12 p.

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  • Assessing automatic VOT annotation using unimpaired and impaired speech

    Buz, E., Buchwald, A., Fuchs, T. & Keshet, J., Oct 16 2018, In : International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 20, 6, p. 624-634 11 p.

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  • Robotic arm rehabilitation in chronic stroke patients with aphasia may promote speech and language recovery (but effect is not enhanced by supplementary tDCS)

    Buchwald, A., Falconer, C., Rykman-Peltz, A., Cortes, M., Pascual-Leone, A., Thickbroom, G. W., Krebs, H. I., Fregni, F., Gerber, L. M., Oromendia, C., Chang, J., Volpe, B. T. & Edwards, D. J., Oct 22 2018, In : Frontiers in Neurology. 9, OCT, 853.

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  • Complexity in articulatory and segmental levels of production

    Buchwald, A., Nov 17 2017, In : Cognitive Neuropsychology. 34, 7-8, p. 488-492 5 p.

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