The Segawa lab provides students with the opportunity to develop individualized research projects using electroencephalography (EEG).

All our research is conducted at Stonehill College in Easton, MA. Current projects include:

Aphasia Study

We are currently conducting a study in which investigates the effect of speaking more than one language on one's stroke recovery with an emphasis on aphasia. If you know of anyone whom has been effected by a stroke and thereby became aphasic please contact us via our email: stonehillcollegeaphasia@gmail.com

 

We are looking for both monolingual and bi/multilinguals (in any language!) aphasics as well as non-aphasics.

 

*Conducted by Meredith Adams and Alexis Medeiros.

Child Study

We are currently conducting a study in which investigates children's performance on STEM and humanities based tasks. If you know children who are of age 10-14 who would be interested in participating in this research, please contact us via our email: kids.stonehill@gmail.com

 

We are looking for students with normal hearing, speech, and vision/corrected to normal vision. 

 

*Conducted by Olivia Gionet and Alexina Pilo.

Competitiveness Study

We are currently conducting a study to investigate how competition influences brain activity. Is there a physical difference in the minds of those who are highly competitive over those who are not? 

 

Participants should be:

  • 18-55 years old, and 

  • either in a business degree program or holding a business degree. This includes accounting, marketing, management, finance, health care administration, business administration, and entrepreneurship.

 

Please contact stonehillcompetitivestudy@gmail.com to participate!

*Conducted by Kaitlyn Corey