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The LLCN studies languages and the deaf and hearing people who use them to ask the following questions:

  • What is universal about human language?
  • How is signing different from speaking?
  • Does the language you use affect how you think?
  • Is the deaf, signing brain different from the hearing, speaking brain?
  • How does the brain recognize the difference between gesture and sign language?
  • What is the nature of the bimodal bilingual brain?

    Lab Members, 2014

Lab Members, Fall 2014
   

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Announcements

  • 2014-2015 LLCN Lecture Series!
    Pat Perry-Sieglen will give a talk titled "Deaf Community Serves: An Overview" on Tuesday, May 19th at Noon. This presentation will be in ASL without English interpretation. Light refreshments served afterwards. See bio on Ms. Sieglen (pdf). Please RSVP to cogrady@mail.sdsu.edu.

  • posted 3/10/2015
    Kristen Secora Congratulations to Kristen Secora, Doctoral Student in Speech Language and Hearing Sciences on her presentation "Perspective-taking in Manually-Produced Spatial Description and the Role of Inhibitory Control" at the Germany Linguistics Society meeting!

  • posted 3/10/2015
    Jordan Weber Congratulations Jordan Weber, Master's Student in Speech Language and Hearing Sciences on receiving the Provost's Award for Research and Scholarship in the 8th Annual Student Research Symposium for her poster "ASL-LEX: A resource for investigating effects of sign frequency and iconicity for American Sign Language (ASL)."

  • posted 3/10/2015
    Congratulations Natalie Silance, Undergraduate student in Speech Language and Hearing Sciences on receiving the Research Award for Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice in the 8th Annual Student Research Symposium for her poster "Cross-Language Semantic Interference Effects During Picture Naming in Bimodal Bilinguals."

  • posted 3/10/2015
    Deaf signers - click here for a new research report! (pdf)

  •  ASL-LEX

  • posted 7/18/2013
    Hearing signers - click here for a new research report!

  • Participate in a research study!

  • Gain research experience as a volunteer or through a research practicum course
    (SLHS 595 or 795)!
    

 
 

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