Research

Undergraduate Students in the Honors and Research Experience Programs will present their research on: Friday, April 25, 2014 from 1:00-2:00 P.M. in JRP 247; Wednesday, April 30, 2014 from 4:15-5:00 P.M. in 3049 Dole; and Friday, May 2, 2014 from 1:00-2:00 P.M. in JRP 247

 

Schedule for April 25:

Sarah Vienot: Teaching Words to Kindergarten Children with SLI: A preliminary report

Rebecca Howard: Influence of synthesized vowel sounds on neural processing of speech perception

Tzara Sidley: The Relationship Between a Researcher-Developed Measure of Language Comprehension and Standard Measures of Reading Comprehension

Beth Elliott: Training Teachers to Support Children with Speech Sound Disorders in the Preschool Classroom

Liesel Reussner: Binaural advantages in reverberation and noise in normal-hearing individuals

Shelby Snyder: Prosodic Perception and Production Development in Children

Schedule for April 30:

Brooke Brown: Voice Onset Time Perception of Adults with Language and Reading Disabilities

Kara Duffy: Differences in parenting in children with FXS who have and do not have stereotypy

Sarah Ekis: Influence of Children’s Misarticulation on Preschoolers' Word Recognition

Emily Ferrell: Effect of Neighborhood Density on Children’s Word Learning

Schedule for May 2:

Joey Sakumura: Parent Report of Middle Ear Infections in Infants born Preterm and their Effect on Language

Shelle Peek: A Comparison of Receptive and Expressive Language Abilities of Infants Born Preterm

Amelia Taylor: An Evaluation of the Impact of Two Different Neonatal Intensive Care Units on the Language Skills of Preterm Infants

Tamy Budiardjo: The relationship between motor skills and speech production skills of children born preterm at 30 months of age 

Katie Healey: Social communication in infants with fragile x, infant siblings of children with autism, and typically developing infants

 

Spring 2014 University of Kansas Undergraduate Research Symposium

Saturday, April 26, 1:00-5:15

Kansas Union

 See http://ugresearch.ku.edu/student/share/symposium for full schedule/program

 

Speech-Language-Hearing Highlights

 

Sarah Ekis: Influence of Children’s Misarticulation on Preschoolers' Word Recognition, Oral Presentation, Alderson Auditorium, 4:15-4:30

 

Rebecca Howard: Influence of synthesized vowel sounds on neural processing of speech perception, Poster Presentation, Jayhawk Room, 4:15-5:15

 

 

 

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"

 

 

 


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