Current PhD student Erin Smolak’s and PhD faculty member Margaret Friend’s article entitled “A cross-language study of decontextualized vocabulary comprehension in toddlerhood and kindergarten readiness” was recently published in the journal Developmental Psychology. Congratulations to you both! See the article on PubMed See the article on APA PsycNET
Congratulations Niloofar Akhavan (2nd year JDP-LCD student) on your 2017 ASHFoundation Graduate Student Scholarship!
The 21st Annual Doctoral Student Colloquium of the SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Language and Communicative Disorders (JDP-LCD), on September 22, 2017, was a big success! Niloofar Akhavan, Phil Combiths, Brittany Lee and Jonathan Robinson Anthony presented research from their 1st- and 2nd- year doctoral projects.
Dr. Beverly Wulfeck passed away September 9, 2017 after a long 3-year battle with cancer. Dr. Wulfeck was an internationally recognized scholar, educator, researcher, and mentor who had a long history at San Diego State University. Receiving her credentials as a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist from UC Santa Barbara, she joined the SDSU faculty 1976 as a Lecturer and Clinical […]
“SDSU neuroscientist Stephanie Ries explores the complex brain connections employed during word retrieval. When you look at a picture of a mug, the neurons that store your memory of what a mug is begin firing. But it’s not a pinpoint process; a host of neurons that code for related ideas and items—bowl, coffee, spoon, plate, […]