Undergraduate Students in the Honors and Research Experience Programs will present their research on December 11, 2013 from 12:00-1:00 P.M. in room 3049 Dole.
Schedule for December 11:
Bryne Gonzales: "Speech intelligibility in reverberation by adults fitted with auditory prostheses"
Liesel Reussner: "Binaural advantages in reverberation and noise in normal-hearing individuals"
Goldie Pappan: "Efficacy of narrative intervention in kindergarteners as examined by language production measures"
Abby Smith: "Apraxia: Effect on syntax and morphology"
Undergraduate Students in the Honors and Research Experience Programs will present their research on Thursday, April 25, May 2, and May 9, 2013 from 4:00-5:00 pm in room 3049 Dole.
Schedule for April 25:
Nicole Denney: Psychophysical Responses to TAC-Cell Array Stimulation in Face and Hand
Molly Folz: Generalization of Word Learning in Children with Autism
Brooke Brown: How Neighborhood Density and Signal to Noise Ratio Affect Word Learning
Shelbi Hall: Word Learning by Adults Under Challenging Listening Conditions
Schedule for May 2:
Jessica Stadler: The Relationship Between a Researcher-Created Story Generation Task and a Standardized Measure of Expressive Narrative Ability
Nicole Arnold: Effects of Frequency and Neighborhood Density in relation to Lexical Access with Aphasics
Julie Schrader: Lexical Access in Aphasia
Jenna Small: Sentence Comprehension in Broca’s Aphasia: N400 Demonstrates Lexical Integration Deficits
Schedule for May 9:
Hannah Bassett: Effects of Phonological Processing Intervention on the Articulation Skills of Children With Speech Sound Disorders
Bryne Gonzales: Speech understanding in reverberation and noise by adults fitted with auditory prostheses
Amber Kadolph: Impact of misarticulation on identification of known versus novel words
K'cie Kinsinger: Effects of the Literacy Lab Program on Reading Skills: A Case Study
Spring 2013 University of Kansas Undergraduate Research Symposium
Saturday, April 27, 1:00-5:15
Getting Involved in Research in Social & Behavioral Sciences
Student Panel, English Room, 1:45-2:45 PM
Past undergraduate researchers will share their experiences and provide tips for getting involved in undergraduate research, having a successful research experience, and marketing your research experience to graduate programs and employers.
Gender and Maternal Responsivity as Factors in Number of Conversational Turns in Adolescents with Developmental Disabilities
Student Investigator: Arianna Morgart
Mentor: Nancy Brady
Poster Presentation, Parlors, 3:00-4:00 PM