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Bilingual people with language loss due to stroke can pose a treatment challenge – computational modeling may help clinicians treat them

By Claudia Peñaloza, Researcher, Aphasia Research Laboratory, Boston University
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Computational modeling can predict language therapy response in bilingual people with aphasia. In the future, this could help clinicians identify the best language for treatment.


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