On April 25, 2016, Kristen Secora defended her dissertation, “The impact of individual differences in social skills and executive control on visual-spatial perspective-taking in signers and nonsigners” to earn her doctoral degree! Congratulations, Dr. Secora! Congratulations on a fantastic dissertation and an extremely successful graduate career! I am proud of you and your accomplishments, and […]
LLCN welcomes Dr. Gabrielle Jones, Assistant Professor in Department of Education Studies at UCSD, as our next LLCN Lecture speaker on Monday, April 18th at noon in our lab. Lecture will be in ASL without interpretation. Gabrielle Jones, PhD Assistant Professor Education Studies University of California in San Diego “Learning to read Chinese from a […]
Attendees of the 2016 Early Hearing Detection & Intervention Meeting held in San Diego toured LLCN and met with researchers to learn more about our innovative research and its implications to help deaf children to read.
LLCN participates in the AAAS Family Science Days, February 13-14th in Washington, D.C. as part of the Linguistic Society of America. Family Science Days exhibitors bring their favorite hands-on science activities to share with all attendees. You use language all the time, but what do you know about how it actually works? See what speech looks […]
Congratulations to Dr. Karen Emmorey, Distinguished Professor and Laboratory Director, Dr. Stephen McCullough (pictured), Lucinda O’Grady Farnady (pictured), and Allison Bassett for 10 years of service to SDSU and the SDSU Research Foundation!