HDFS Students and Researchers Win Best Poster at the University Undergraduate Research & Arts Forum
HDFS is proud to announce the winners for best poster in the General Social Sciences at the University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF). The poster represents two years of collaborative work headed by Kalli Decker, an advanced doctoral student in Child Development, on a collaborative project between the Early Language & Literacy Investigations (ELLI) lab and Insight into Infants' Internal Worlds (IIIW) lab.Faculty members and researchers Dr. Claire Vallotton and Dr. Lori Skibbe share authorship with the undergraduate and graduate students.
The poster, Pragmatic language use of children with a Specific Language Impairment: Differences across scenarios is authored by Kelly Lennon, Emalee Manns, Stephanie Mondro, Cheslea Ozuch, Kalli Decker, Lori Skibbe & Claire Vallotton. Check it out: Pragmatic language use of children with a Specific Language Impairment: Differences across scenarios