May 25, 2017

Chih-Ting Chang

Chih-Ting Chang

Chih-Ting Chang

Visiting Scholar
Office: 456 Moore Building
Curriculum Vitae: PDF

Research Interests

I am interested in the compensatory mechanisms in elder people and aphasia patients who suffered from stoke or brain atrophy. My research project mainly focuses on using the ERPs component, N400, as a biomarker to index different levels of comprehension difficulties in aphasia patients and further using fMRI to investigate whether and how levels of ability would modulate the activation pattern and the functional connectivity.



  • Chang, C.-T., Lee, C.-Y., Chou, C.-J., Fuh, J.-L., & Wu, H.-C. (2016). Predictability effect on N400 reflects the severity of reading comprehension deficits in aphasia. Neuropsychologia, 81, 117-128.