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Child Language Research Laboratory

Research Topic: 
David Ingram

The Child Language Research lab conducts research on how young children acquire language across linguistic contexts. This research examines a wide range of language areas (e.g. phonology, morphology, syntax) in a wide range of children (e.g. monolingual and bilingual development, typically developing children and children with language impairment). Data include the recording and transcription of language samples from children, and also the use of archival databases.

Additional information for honors students:

Students will learn first-hand about research and gain valuable experience for graduate school in speech and hearing science. There are many possible projects studying language acquisition in a variety of children. Students will collect data, explore the research literature, and perform other project-related tasks.

Location: COOR 3407

Phone Number: 480-965-7525