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|Henry, Maya||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Research in the lab focuses on the nature and treatment of acquired disorders of speech and language. We use behavioral testing and treatment paradigms in conjunction with neuroimaging to learn about …|
|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 …|
|Marquardt, Thomas||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Generative naming in bilingual speakers with aphasia. Emotional (affective) processing deficits in traumatic brain injury|
|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 …|
|Pena, Elizabeth||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Dynamic assessment applied to bilingual (Spanish/English) preschool children, Diagnosis of language impairment in bilingual children|
|Quinto-Pozos, David||Communications Sciences and Disorders; Linguistics||Signed languages, Language contact, Signed language disorders, Language and gesture|
|Sheng, Li||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Child language development, Child language disorders, Vocabulary learning, Bilingualism|
|Sussman, Harvey||Communications Sciences and Disorders; Linguistics||Speech motor control, coarticulatory dynamics, hemispheric specialization, stuttering, developmental apraxia, aphasia, neuronal modeling of phonological language 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 …|
|Yang, Jie||Communications Sciences and Disorders||Lexical and Phonetic Influences on Tonal Acquisition|