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PhD, Speech and Hearing Science, University of Iowa, 2016
MSc, Cognitive Science, University of Athens, Greece, 2009
BA, Linguistics, University of Athens, Greece, 2004
My research interests involve the neural basis of language processing, with an emphasis in hierarchical prediction frameworks, by looking into aging and neurogenic language disorders, such as aphasia, and by using an array of techniques including EEG and eye-tracking.
Protopapas, A., Cheimariou, S., Economou, A., Kakavoulia, M., & Varlokosta, S. (2016). Functional categories related to verb inflection are not differentially impaired in Greek aphasia. Language and Cognition, 8(01), 124-141.
Gordon, J. K., & Cheimariou, S. (2013). Semantic interference in a randomized naming task: Effects of age, order, and category. Cognitive neuropsychology, 30(7-8), 476-494.
Kasselimis, D. S., Potagas, C., Vemmos, K., Routsis, C., Nikaki, M., Cheimariou, S., Petropoulou, K., & Evdokimidis, I. (2009). The weaknesses of the classic classification of aphasic syndromes: Characteristics of aphasia and speech paradigms in Greek, Neurologia, 18(6), 319-325.