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Adult Neuro Language Laboratory
Susan T. Jackson, Ph.D., Lab Director

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Auditory Evoked Potential Laboratory
John A. Ferraro, Ph.D., Lab Director
The AEP lab conducts studies related to recording the electrical responses in the inner ear, hearing nerve and hearing centers in the brain, and the clinical applications of these recordings.

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Auditory Processing Laboratory
Mark E. Chertoff, Ph.D., Lab Director
The long-term goal of the Auditory Processing Laboratory is to develop clinical tools that determine the site and extent of lesions in the peripheral auditory system that creates hearing loss.

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Auditory Research Laboratory
Tiffany A. Johnson, Ph.D., Lab Director
The goal of research in the Auditory Research Laboratory is to improve the techniques available to audiologists for screening for and diagnosing hearing loss and auditory pathology.  

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Culturally Responsive Early Literacy Intervention
W. Matt Gillispie, Ph.D., Lab Director
The CRELI clinical training project addresses the personnel needs for speech-language pathologists with knowledge and experiences in early literacy instruction as well as cultural competent services for American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) people.

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Fragile X Research Lab, Communication Complexity Scale
Nancy Brady, Ph.D., Lab Director
Validates and evaluates the Communication Complexity Scale (CCS) used to describe the communication status of individuals with severe intellectual and developmental disabilities, particularly early in their communication.

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Fragile X Research Lab
Steve Warren, Ph.D., Lab Director

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Language Acquisition Studies Lab
Mabel L. Rice, Ph.D., Lab Director
Dr. Mabel Rice's lab strives to increase understanding of young children's language development, particularly children with specific language impairment yet without other developmental disabilities.

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Measuring Early Communication in Students with Autism
Nancy Brady, Ph.D., Lab Director
The MECSA project builds upon previous research involving the Communication Complexity Scale (CCS). The CCS was developed by Dr. Nancy Brady and colleagues.

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Reading, Language, and Learning Lab
Mindy Bridges, Ph.D., Lab Director

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Speech and Applied Neuroscience Lab
Jon Brumberg, Ph.D., Lab Director
The SanLab focuses on better understanding the patterns of neural activity leading to fluent speech production and perception, and how to use that information to create advanced assistive communication devices for individuals with profound motor impairments.

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Word and Sound Learning Lab
Holly L. Storkel, Ph.D., Lab Director
The research mission of this group is to understand how typically developing children and children with language impairments learn words and sounds by testing predictions of existing theories of language acquisition and by developing evidence-based instructional and clinical practices.

Last modified: Nov 02, 2018

Research Lab Groups of the School of Health Professions

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