Reading Success in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students- Paid Study

This project is aimed at understanding the differences between how deaf/hard of hearing students and typically hearing students learn to read. This is a fun, 2-hour study for children 10-13 who are: 1.) deaf signers who primarily use ASL to communicate; 2.) oral deaf children who primarily use aural/oral language or 3.) typically hearing who do not use sign language. 

Participants will be asked to play language games and read sentences on an eye-tracker. Children will be given $10 for their participation, and parents will be reimbursed $10 for travel ($20 total). 

Please email cooley.frances@utexas.edu for more information.

This study has been approved by The University of Texas at Austin Institutional Review Board on 10/02/2017.

Saturday, November 25

More dates through May 31, 2018

Language and Cognition Lab, 5.120 SEA 108 E Dean Keeton St, Austin, TX 78712

Event Type

Research Opportunities & Studies

Departments

College of Liberal Arts

Notices

Volunteer

Research Opportunities

Paid

Target Audience

Staff, Faculty, Alumni, Families, General Public

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