Paid research opportunity for children

The Stuttering and Linguistic Processing lab (SLPlab) at the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is seeking children ages 5-12 years old to participate in a paid research study. 

The purpose of this research project is to investigate the organization of the mental lexicon in children who do and do not stutter by testing their ability to listen to and recall lists of words related by their sounds or meaning. With this study, we hope to further our knowledge and understanding about lexical-semantic organization in children. 

Children who do and do not stutter without any diagnoses apart from stuttering (e.g., speech/language delay or disorder, learning disability, autism, ADD etc.) are eligible for participation.  The study is being conducted at the Stuttering and Linguistic Processing lab (CMB 2.106) at the University of Texas at Austin. The study will be completed across 1 session lasting approximately 2-2.5 hours. 

Please contact Zoi Gkalitsiou at zoigkal@utexas.edu for more information.  Physical address of study site is: 1 University Station, The University of Texas at Austin, CMB Building, Room 2.106.

Sunday, August 18 at 9:00am to 5:00pm

More dates through August 31, 2019


Stuttering and Linguistic Processing lab, CMB 2.106 1 University Station, The University of Texas at Austin, CMB Building, Room 2.106.

Event Type

Research Opportunities & Studies

Campus Announcements

Volunteer

Target Audience

Families, General Public

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