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|Ybarbo, Emily||Communications Sciences and Disorders; Linguistics|
|Yang, Jie||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Lexical and Phonetic Influences on Tonal Acquisition|
|Wise, Jessica||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 …|
|Sussman, Harvey||Communications Sciences and Disorders; Linguistics||Speech motor control, coarticulatory dynamics, hemispheric specialization, stuttering, developmental apraxia, aphasia, neuronal modeling of phonological language acquisition|
|Sheng, Li||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Child language development, Child language disorders, Vocabulary learning, Bilingualism|
|Quinto-Pozos, David||Communications Sciences and Disorders; Linguistics||Signed languages, Language contact, Signed language disorders, Language and gesture|
|Pena, Elizabeth||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Dynamic assessment applied to bilingual (Spanish/English) preschool children, Diagnosis of language impairment in bilingual children|
|Nericcio, Mary||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Dr. Nericcio has previous experience in the public schools as a speech pathologist and school administrator along with service as an accreditation specialist with the Texas Education Agency. She has …|
|Marquardt, Thomas||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Generative naming in bilingual speakers with aphasia. Emotional (affective) processing deficits in traumatic brain injury|
|Liu, Chang||Communications Sciences and Disorders||The perception of speech and non-speech complex sounds, for normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners, auditory model for speech processing, and speech synthesis and recognition. Recent studies …|