Undergraduate Research Projects
Below is a list of research projects completed by undergraduate students in the Departmental Honors and Research Experience Programs.
Presented at the 2018 KSHA meeting
- Betsy Snell (with Savannah Wilkins, Corinne Walker, Brenda Salley), “What are you looking at? Infants’ eye gaze during joint attention”
- Olivia Rodriguez (with Lauren Mason, Corinne Walker, Debbie Daniels, Brenda Salley), “Associations between attention and language development in infants”
Schedule for December 6, 2018 from 3:30-5:00 PM in Dole 3049
- Michaela Richardson, “Augmentative and alternative communication: gaining perspectives on the speech and language styles of communication partners”
- Lindsay Roush, “Mothers’ perspectives on parenting their child with fragile X syndrome: a qualitative study”
- Nicole Jong, “Understanding speech motor impairment using phonetic contrasts”
- Sidney Sorrells, “Developing protocols for joint book reading and fidelity of treatment for the multimodal approach to word learning for children with autism project.
- Emma Gaffney, “AAC & diversity: where are we and where can we go from here?”
- Kaman Dhanoa, “Effect of rate manipulation on vowel acoustics”
Schedule for Thursday, April 26, 2018 from 3:30-5:00 PM in Dole 3049
- Frank Kim - The Influence of VOT on Categorical Perception in Spanish-English Bilinguals
- Michaela Leahy - The Relationship of Early Mother-Child Dialogic Reading and Later Communication Skills in Children with Fragile X Syndrome
- Anna Schauer & Bridget Rennard - Lemurs and BCI, What’s the Big Deal?
- Thomas Gottstein - Effects of ALS on Vowel Production
- Anna Karlin & Erin Mannion - Developing a Reliable Transcription System
Schedule for Friday, April 27, 2018 from 4:00-5:00 PM in Dole 3049
- Beth Fentress - It’s Rhyme Time: The Effect of Rhyming Storybooks on Chinese Vocabulary Learning
- Lexi Oatman - Alpha Waves During Language Preparaton
- Alexandria Kaminsky - Compliance of Children Diagnosed with FXS towards Requests for Behavioral Complies
- Mariah Coomes - The Role of Oral Language in Predicting Spelling Outcomes in Children with Dyslexia