B4 7ET UK
Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing (ARCHA)
Centre for Research in Vision and Hearing (CRVH)
I am interested in understanding cognition across ages (children, adults and older adults) and in pathological conditions such as those involving a stroke (e.g., aphasia) or a metabolic disorder (e.g., Phenylketonuria). I am particularly interested in memory and language. I value an approach focused on the individual and on an assessment of patterns of spare and impaired functions. In aphasia I have successfully applied analyses of the errors made by patients to pin-point the level of linguistic impairments. I strongly value a theoretical, interdisciplinary approach between neuropsychology, linguistics, cognitive science and the neurosciences.
Bormann, T., Romani, C., Olson, A. & Wallesch, C.W. (2014). Morphological-compound dysgraphia in an aphasic patient: "a wild write through the lexicon". Cognitive Neuropsychology, 31, 75-105.
Olson, A.C., & Romani, C. (2011). Model evaluation and case series data. CognitiveNeuroPsychology, 28, 486-499.
Olson, A., Romani, C. & Caramazza A. (2010). The analysis and interpretation of serial position data. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 27, 134-151.
Associate Editor of Cognitive Neuropsychology
Dr. C Romani / Aston University / last updated January 2015