44th Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders


This past weekend was the 44th Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders! Our lab members had a great time interacting with other researchers and having the opportunity to learn about current research in the field.

Three of our lab members, Emily Bagan, Maddie Crist, and Dani Hu presented their posters during the Symposium.

Thank you to Margarita Kaushanskaya, our Principal Investigator, Audra Sterling, Principal Investigator of the Research in Developmental Disabilities and Language Lab, and everyone who made this possible. We can’t wait for next year’s SRCLD!



Emily Bagan presented her research on “Bilingual parent-child dyads’ novel word and gesture use”.
Maddie Crist presented her Senior Honor’s Thesis on the “Cognate Effects in Novel Morpheme Learning in Bilingual Children”.
Dani Hu presented her research on the “Feasibility of Varying Objects to Teach Toddlers Colors”.