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Educational Neuroscience (PEN) Distinguished Lecture Series - Bedny

Nature and Nurture in Human Brain Development: Insights from Studies with Blind Individuals. How does a difference in sensory input change a person's development? Dr. Marina Bedny conducts fascinating research into how blindness affects brain organization, language, and the construction of ...

Category: VL2
Duration: 01:05:24
Added: 17 Nov 2016

VL2 03/14/2013 Benedict How Early Intervention Can Make a Difference

Beth Benedict, PhD Gallaudet University How Early Intervention Can Make a Difference: Research and Trends Abstract: Early Intervention has come a long way. Research has documented its efficacy. This presentation will focus on what we have learned and where we need to

Category: VL2
Duration: 01:21:39
Added: 15 Aug 2013

VL2 3/1/12 Snoddon 3/1/12 American Sign Language and Early Intervention

This presentation reports findings from two research studies of Deaf and hearing parents and young children participating in family American Sign Language (ASL) and literacy programs in Ontario. The presentation also discusses the context for participation in family ASL and literacy programs, in an ...

Category: VL2
Duration: 01:13:46
Added: 27 Mar 2013

VL2 11/08/12 Ron Stern Child First: Bringing Upon Quality Education of the Deaf

Dr. Ronald Stern presents the quality of education of the deaf for today and tomorrow. The lack of convergence between word and action; research and practice; and perception and reality has long plagued the deaf child's prospects for a quality, humane education and whole person development. ...

Category: VL2
Duration: 01:49:29
Added: 27 Mar 2013

VL2 9/13/12 Bolger The Brain Might Read That Way

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2012 DJ Bolger, PhD University of Maryland The Brain Might Read That Way Abstract: In this talk, I will construct a framework for understanding the development of reading ability in children based on research on reading acquisition and disability. This framework postulates ...

Category: VL2
Duration: 01:22:44
Added: 11 Jan 2013

VL2 11/08/12 Ron Stern Child First: Bringing Upon Quality Education of the Deaf

Dr. Ronald Stern presents the quality of education of the deaf for today and tomorrow. The lack of convergence between word and action; research and practice; and perception and reality has long plagued the deaf child's prospects for a quality, humane education and whole person development. ...

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Category: VL2
Duration: 01:49:29
Added: 10 Jan 2013

VL2 10/24/12 Crume Teachers' Perceptions of the Use of ASL Phonological Instruction to Develop ASL and English Literacy in an ASL/English Bilingual Preschool

Peter Crume, PhD Georgia State University Teachers' Perceptions of the Use of ASL Phonological Instruction to Develop ASL and English Literacy in an ASL/English Bilingual Preschool Abstract: This study seeks to understand how teachers who work in an ASL/English bilingual educational program for ...

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Category: VL2
Duration: 01:32:21
Added: 10 Jan 2013

VL2 4/18/12 Wilkinson Unlocking the grammatical system of SELF

Dr. Erin Wilkinson, Department of Linguistics, University of Manitoba Unlocking the grammatical system of SELF: A functional description SELF is conventionally defined as an ASL grammatical sign to function as a reflexive pronoun similar to English --self. The main question of the study is: If ...

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Category: VL2
Duration: 01:27:21
Added: 9 Jan 2013

VL2 3/1/12 Snoddon American Sign Language and Early Intervention

This presentation reports findings from two research studies of Deaf and hearing parents and young children participating in family American Sign Language (ASL) and literacy programs in Ontario. The presentation also discusses the context for participation in family ASL and literacy programs, in an ...

Category: VL2
Duration: 01:14:28
Added: 9 Jan 2013

VL2 2/15/12 Plaut Visual recognition of faces and words

Dr. David Plaut, Department of Psychology and Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University and Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition Visual recognition of faces and words: Two sides of the same brain? Theorizing within cognitive neuroscience has increasingly moved away from a search for ...

Category: VL2
Duration: 01:06:58
Added: 8 Jan 2013

VL2 2/2/12 Pugh Neuroimaging studies of Reading and Language Development

Dr. Kenneth R. Pugh, Haskins Laboratory at Yale University Neuroimaging studies of Reading and Language Development: An update on recent findings. Reading disability (RD) has been characterized as a brain-based difficulty in acquiring fluent reading skill associated with problems in operating on ...

Category: VL2
Duration: 01:36:35
Added: 8 Jan 2013

VL2 3/10/11 Lieberman Eye Gaze and Attention in Deaf Children's Early Years

An essential component of communicating in a visual language is an understanding of how to direct eye gaze to people and objects in the environment. Deaf children must develop cognitive control of attention at a young age by learning how to alternate gaze, respond to bids for attention, and ...

Category: VL2
Duration: 01:21:24
Added: 8 Jan 2013

VL2 04/16/08 Pelz Visual Gaze as a Marker of Attention in the Classroom

According to Dr. Pelez, Resolution varies dramatically across the visual field. Dropping by a factor of 10 just degrees from the center of vision, humans move their eyes thousands of times each hour to sample the world with high-resolution central vision. Deaf students in sign-language interpreted ...

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Category: VL2
Added: 6 Aug 2012

VL2 9/15/10 Di Perri I See What You Mean: Teaching Deaf Students to Visualize English Grammar

Research on visual language and learning for deaf children continues to underscore the necessity for a pedagogical revision in the way we teach English literacy skills. However, there is often a disconnect between research implications and the actual implementation of effective instruction. In this ...

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Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 11/5/09 Leybaert Audio-Visual Integration in Children with A Cochlear Implant

Although cochlear implants have greatly improved speech intelligibility, they do not convey optimal auditory informationabout place of articulation (and voicing) in deaf children. Dr. Leybaert’s research examines the imbalance between audition and vision in implanted children by Dr. Jacqueline ...

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Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 03/18/09 Neidle Crossdisciplinary Corpus-Based ASL Research

Dr. Carol Neidle presented information on a large, publicly available, linguistically annotated corpus, including high quality video files showing synchronized multiple views with a close-up of the face of Deaf native signers as well as discuss ways in which these data have been used in linguistic ...

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Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 3/25/10 Kuntze Tracking the Development of Language and Discourse Skills in ASL-Competent Children

Dr. Kuntze will share the findings of his five-year longitudinal study on language and the discourse skills of ASL-competent children. This study is driven by the hypothesis that future success with reading is based on children’s experience with a language that replicates some of the demands of ...

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Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 11/19/08 Hauser Impact of Deaf Parents on College Students' Self-Perceptions of their Cognitive Control

Early language exposure and the presence of appropriate role models appears to have an impact on how students self-monitor their behavior. For this study, Dr. Hauser administered the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF) to over 300 deaf and hearing individuals. Preliminary ...

Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 02/28/08 Pinar, Galvan & Mather Sign Language Challenge to Linguistic Theory

Gesture and the development of visuo-spatial skills in ASL as a second language by Pilar Pinar, Dennis Galvan, Susan Mather February

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Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 04/09/08 Koo, Maisog, LaSasso, Crain & Eden The Effect of Sensory Experience and Language on the Neural Signature of Reading

The functional anatomy of single-word reading has been investigated extensively in hearing children and adults, yet little is known about the neural circuitry involved in reading in the deaf population. In this presentation we report on recent studies employing functional MRI technology in ...

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Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 11/6/08 Pollick Gestures and Multimodal Signaling in Bonobos and Chimpanzees

Dr. Pollick, Director of Government Relations of Association for Psychological Sciences, will discuss gestures and multimodal communication in great apes based on her research work. Great ape communication is complex and flexible yet research has yet research has largely been focused on ...

Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 02/13/08 Kelly & Barac-Cikoja Elements of skill crucial for deaf readers: what we know, what we don't know, and promise (not promises) for the future.

Dr. Leonard Kelly and Dr. Dragana Barac-Cikoja presented on overview of research on skills that can affect deaf readers' word recognition and reading

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Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 3/12/08 Dye Visual Attention in Deaf Individuals

There are two contrasting hypotheses in the literature. The first suggests that deafness results in poorer visual skills due to an inability to integrate information across vision and audition. These studies report that deaf children have poorer visual attention skills, and are more easily ...

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Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 12/11/07 Dickinson Public Colloquium: The Road Rarely taken: Examining Lanauage in Early Childhood Classrooom by Dr. David Dickinson of Vanderbilt University.

The science of learning center on Visual language and visual leaning VL2 held its first series of planned colloquia. The colloquium opened to public on December 11, 2007 was entitled “The application of qualitative research methods to the study of early literacy in classrooms”. December

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Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012

VL2 2/4/10 Mayberry The Linguistic Foundations of Reading: Insights from Readers who Sign

Several hypotheses have proposed explanations for the low median reading level of the deaf student population. Dr. Mayberry will discuss perceptions of these hypotheses and summarize a series of modern studies that suggest otherwise. Feb

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Category: VL2
Added: 3 Aug 2012
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