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|Bedore, Lisa||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Dr. Bedore is interested in language development and disorders in Spanish- English bilingual children. She has projects on: -the nature of language impairment in children -identifying language …|
|Bernstein, Mark||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Techniques for speech development in the deaf; working with parents of hearing impaired children; descriptive studies of the use of simultaneous communication; language categories; lexical …|
|Booth, Amy||Communications Sciences and Disorders; Psychology||Young children vary widely in their skills and motivation for learning. I am interested in understanding the origins of this variability, as well as its consequences for children’s language …|
|Booth, James||Communications Sciences and Disorders||The overall goal of our research is to understand mechanisms of brain development. The theoretical framework guiding our research is that development should be associated with age-related increases in …|
|Brown, Ann||Communications Sciences and Disorders|
|Byrd, Courtney||Communications Sciences and Disorders||The contribution of syntax, semantics and phonology to developmental stuttering; the development of efficacious treatment programs for young children who stutter|
|Campbell, Julia||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Julia’s research has focused on auditory cortical development in children with hearing loss, specifically using the cortical auditory evoked potential as a measure of normal development of the …|
|Champlin, Craig||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Physiological correlates of auditory perception, the effects of noise on hearing, spectro temporal processing of sound, otoacoustic emissions|
|Chandrasekaran, Bharath||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Integrative Neuroscience; Using functional neuroimaging and electrophysiological techniques to examine neural bases of speech perception, neural plasticity, and learning|
|Dalston, Rodger||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Dr. Dalston teaches courses in voice, research, and craniofacial anomalies. His research concerns the impact of craniofacial anomalies upon communicative interactions|