Corianne Rogalsky

Asst Professor
Faculty
DTPHX Campus
Mailcode
9020
Asst Professor
Faculty
DTPHX Campus
Mailcode
9020
Assistant Professor
Faculty
DTPHX Campus
Mailcode
9020

Biography

Corianne Rogalsky is an Assistant Professor in the College of Health Solutions as well as the director of the Communication Neuroimaging & Neuroscience Lab (CoNi Lab). Her research interests include the neurobiology of language and music perception, and how these processes interact with attention, and memory, and the motor system. The aim of her work is to better understand the neural and cognitive resources that are needed to improve communication and quality of life for individuals who have experienced language and cognitive impairments after a brain injury such as a stroke. Dr. Rogalsky's work has widespread clinical implications regarding treatment and diagnosis of communication disorders and cognitive impairments, as well as individualized, neuroimaging-guided, rehabilitation programs.

The Communication Neuroimaging and Neuroscience (CoNi) Lab uses a variety of neuroimaging techniques including task-based functional MRI, resting-state functional MRI, high-resolution structural MRI, and diffusion tensor imaging, as well as neuropsychological methods to study speech comprehension and recovery in a variety of populations, including typical older adults and individuals who have experienced stroke, aphasia, and/or epilepsy. Dr. Rogalsky’s CoNi Lab is a member of the NIH-funded Multi-site Aphasia Research Consortium (MARC).

Education

Post-Doctoral Researcher, University of  California, Irvine 2011-2013

Post-Doctoral Associate, University of Southern California, 2008-2011

Ph.D. Psychology, University of California, Irvine 2008

M.A. Social Science, University of California, Irvine 2005

B.S. Biochemistry, Loyola Marymount University 2003

Google Scholar

Research Interests

The Communication Neuroimaging and Neuroscience Lab (CoNi Lab) dives into several areas of research centered around understanding the neural resources that support language, music, attention, and memory, and how these resources change after a brain injury such as a stroke. Our current projects include studies of healthy younger adults, healthy older adults, and adults who have experienced a stroke, using a combination of neuroimaging and behavioral methods. The CoNi lab is particularly interested in (1) understanding how to maximize language comprehension abilities for individuals who have communication difficulties after a stroke and (2) identifying ways to improve language comprehension for healthy older adults in difficult listening environments. There are several potential opportunities for students to participate in all areas of our research.

Publications

Recent Publications (* = ASU student conducting research included in the publication under my sole or joint supervision, † = co-first author)

*Fitzhugh, M.C., *Whitehead, P.S., *Johnson, L., *Cai, J.M., Baxter, L.C. & Rogalsky, C. (in press). A functional MRI investigation of cross-modal interference in an audiovisual Stroop task. PLoS One.

Matchin, W. & Rogalsky, C. (in press). Aphasia and syntax. In Oxford Handbook of Experimental Syntax, ed. Sprouse, J. Oxford University Press.

†Hickok, G., †Rogalsky, C. Matchin, W., Basilakos, A., *Cai, J,, Pillay, S., Binder, J. & Fridriksson, J. (2018).  Neural networks supporting audiovisual integration for speech: a large-scale lesion study. Cortex 103, 360-371.

Berisha, V., Gilton, D., Baxter, L.C., Corman, S.R., Blais, C., Brewer, G., Ruston, S., Ball, B.H., Wingert, K.M., Peter, B. & Rogalsky, C. (2018). Structural neural predictors of Farsi-English bilingualism. Brain and Language 180-182, 42-49.

*Johnson, L., *Fitzhugh, M.C., Yi, Y., *Mickelsen, S., Baxter, L.C., Howard, P. & Rogalsky, C. (2018). Functional neuroanatomy of second language sentence comprehension: an fMRI study of late learners of American Sign Language. Frontiers in Psychology, 9:1626.

Rogalsky, C., *LaCroix, A., Chen, K.H., Anderson, S.W., Damasio, H., Love, T. & Hickok, G. (2018). The neurobiology of agrammatic sentence comprehension: a lesion study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.

Okada, K., Rogalsky, C., O’Grady, L., Hanaumi, L., Bellugi, U., Corina, D. & Hickok, G. (2016). An fMRI study of perception and action in Deaf signers. Neuropsychologia 82, 179-188.

Rogalsky, C., Poppa, T., Chen, K., Anderson, S.W., Damasio, H., Love, T. & Hickok, G. (2015). Speech repetition as a window on the neurobiology of auditory-motor integration for speech: a voxel-based lesion symptom mapping study. Neuropsychologia 71, 18-27.

Rogalsky, C., Almeida, D., Sprouse, J. & Hickok, G. (2015). Sentence processing selectivity in Broca’s area: evident for structure but not syntactic movement. Language, Cognition & Neuroscience 30(10), 1326-1338.

*LaCroix, A., Diaz, A.F. & Rogalsky, C. (2015). The relationship between the neural computations for speech and music perception is context-dependent: an activation likelihood estimate study. Frontiers in Psychology 6:1138.

Rogalsky, C. (2015). The role of the anterior temporal lobe in sentence processing. In Neurobiology of Language, eds. Hickok, G. & Small, S. Elsevier.

Garrison, K., Rogalsky, C., Sheng, T., Liu, B., Damasio, H., Winstein, C.J. & Aziz-Zadeh, L.S. (2015). Functional MRI preprocessing in lesioned brains: manual versus automated region of interest analysis. Frontiers in Neurology 6:196.

Hickok, G., Rogalsky, C., Chen, R., Herskovits, E.H., Townsley, S. & Hillis, A.E. (2014). Partially overlapping sensorimotor networks underlie speech praxis and verbal short-term memory: evidence from apraxia following acute stroke. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8:649.

Rogalsky, C., Raphel, K., Tomkovicz, V., O'Grady, L., Damasio, H., Bellugi, U., & Hickok, G. (2013). Neural Basis of Action Understanding: Evidence from Sign Language Aphasia. Aphasiology 27(9) 1147-1158.

Courses

Fall 2019
Course Number Course Title
SHS 485 Acquired Speech/Lang Disorders
CHS 492 Honors Directed Study
SHS 498 Pro-Seminar
SHS 590 Reading and Conference
SHS 592 Research
SHS 599 Thesis
SHS 790 Reading and Conference
SHS 792 Research
SHS 799 Dissertation
Summer 2019
Course Number Course Title
SHS 792 Research
SHS 799 Dissertation
Spring 2019
Course Number Course Title
SHS 485 Acquired Speech/Lang Disorders
SHS 492 Honors Directed Study
SHS 493 Honors Thesis
SHS 494 Special Topics
SHS 498 Pro-Seminar
SHS 499 Individualized Instruction
SHS 575 Aphasia/Neurogenic Lang Disord
SHS 592 Research
SHS 599 Thesis
SHS 792 Research
Fall 2018
Course Number Course Title
SHS 492 Honors Directed Study
SHS 493 Honors Thesis
SHS 494 Special Topics
SHS 498 Pro-Seminar
SHS 499 Individualized Instruction
SHS 543 Functional Neuroimaging Lang
SHS 592 Research
SHS 599 Thesis
SHS 790 Reading and Conference
SHS 792 Research
Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
SHS 485 Acquired Speech/Lang Disorders
SHS 492 Honors Directed Study
SHS 493 Honors Thesis
SHS 494 Special Topics
SHS 498 Pro-Seminar
SHS 499 Individualized Instruction
SHS 575 Aphasia/Neurogenic Lang Disord
SHS 592 Research
SHS 599 Thesis
SHS 792 Research
Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
SHS 492 Honors Directed Study
SHS 498 Pro-Seminar
SHS 499 Individualized Instruction
SHS 592 Research
SHS 599 Thesis
SHS 792 Research
Spring 2017
Course Number Course Title
SHS 485 Acquired Speech/Lang Disorders
SHS 492 Honors Directed Study
SHS 493 Honors Thesis
SHS 498 Pro-Seminar
SHS 499 Individualized Instruction
SHS 575 Aphasia/Neurogenic Lang Disord
SHS 592 Research
SHS 792 Research
Fall 2016
Course Number Course Title
SHS 492 Honors Directed Study
SHS 493 Honors Thesis
SHS 498 Pro-Seminar
SHS 499 Individualized Instruction
SHS 592 Research
SHS 598 Special Topics
SHS 599 Thesis
SHS 792 Research
Spring 2016
Course Number Course Title
SHS 485 Acquired Speech/Lang Disorders
SHS 492 Honors Directed Study
SHS 493 Honors Thesis
SHS 498 Pro-Seminar
SHS 499 Individualized Instruction
SHS 575 Aphasia/Neurogenic Lang Disord
SHS 592 Research
SHS 792 Research
Fall 2015
Course Number Course Title
SHS 492 Honors Directed Study
SHS 493 Honors Thesis
SHS 498 Pro-Seminar
SHS 499 Individualized Instruction
SHS 592 Research
SHS 598 Special Topics
SHS 599 Thesis
SHS 792 Research
Spring 2015
Course Number Course Title
SHS 485 Acquired Speech/Lang Disorders
SHS 575 Aphasia/Neurogenic Lang Disord