Erin Carpenter

 

Education 

In progress – Ph.D. in Speech Language Pathology, Boston University

2020 – M.S. CF-SLP, Boston University

2018 – B.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders, Pennsylvania State University 

2018 – B.S. Spanish, Pennsylvania State University

 

Research Interests 

Bilingual and monolingual aphasia rehabilitation

Neural plasticity and language recovery 

Cognitive control 

Neuroimaging (fNIRS, fMRI)

 

Current Projects

Predicting Rehabilitation Outcomes in Bilingual Aphasia Using Computational Modeling (PROCoM)

Verbal fluency as a measure of lexical access and cognitive control in bilinguals with aphasia

 

Peer-Reviewed Publications 

Carpenter, E., Rao, L., Peñaloza, C., & Kiran, S. (2020). Verbal fluency as a measure of lexical access and cognitive control in bilingual persons with aphasia. Aphasiology. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2020.1759774

Sandberg, C. W., Carpenter, E., Kerschen, K., Paolieri, D., & Jackson, C. N. (2019). The benefits of abstract word training on productive vocabulary knowledge among second language learners. Applied Psycholinguistics, 40(6), 1331-1332. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0142716419000262

 

Presentations

Carpenter, E., Sandberg, C., Kerschen, K., & Jackson, C. (Oral Presentation – 2017). The Benefits of Abstract Word Training on Productive Vocabulary Knowledge Among Second Language Learners. 2017 Second Language Research Forum. Ohio State University, OH, USA.