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The SRCLD is a two and one-half day conference devoted to the presentation of new research on child language disorders and related topics in perception, cognition and the neurosciences. This year there will be six invited presentations by internationally recognized scholars. One of these talks will be the Annual Elizabeth Bates Memorial Lecture recognizing her outstanding contributions to child language development and disorders. In addition, we expect more than 100 submitted papers that will be presented in four poster sessions. The meeting is held Thursday through Saturday. The half day Thursday features two invited talks followed by a reception. Friday and Saturday begin with coffee and the first poster session. This is followed by an invited talk. The afternoon session begins with the second poster session, followed by an invited talk. Time to talk with colleagues is provided by ample breaks and an hour and a half lunch. At the end of the day on Saturday participants gather at the University of Wisconsin Memorial Union for the annual Mildred Berry Distance classic and a chance to say goodbye to old friends.
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