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 SRCLD Presentations 

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A Randomized Comparison of Language Intervention Programs

    Ron Gillam - University of Texas at Autsin
    Diane Frome Loeb - University of Kansas
    Sandy Friel-Patti - University of Texas at Dallas
    LaVae Hoffman - University of Oklahoma
    Jayne Brandel - University of Kansas
    Craig Champlin - University of Texas at Austin
    Linda Thibodeau - University of Texas at Austin
    Judy Widen - University of Kansas

Adolescent Outcomes of Developmental Language Disorder in Kindergarten

    J. Bruce Tomblin - University of Iowa

Communication Problems in Fragile X Syndrome: Findings, Furture Directions, and Challenges

    Leonard Abbeduto - University of Wisconsin-Madison

Cortical Underconnectivity in Language Processing in Autism

    Marcel Just - Carnegie Mellon University

From Sign Language to Spoken English: Evidence of A Lexical Piggyback in the Language of Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants

    Yoshinaga-Itano Christine - University of Colorado, Boulder

Varieties of Speech to Young Children

    Janellen Huttenlocher - University of Chicago

Words and the emergence of grammar: Insights and inspirations from Liz Bates

    Virginia Marchman - Stanford University


Supported in part by: NIDCD and NICHD, NIH, R13 DC001677, Susan Ellis Weismer, Principal Investigator
University of Wisconsin-Madison - Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders