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Participants Sought for Research Study on Development of Speech in Young Children
Boys from ages 3 to 5 years are needed for a research study in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. The research focuses on the development of speech in young children, specifically on how excitement influences speech motor control in young children.
Study participation includes two (1.5-to two-hour) visits to the Stuttering Research Laboratory on South Campus. Participants will receive a free speech-language evaluation, and parents will be compensated for their time (up to $50).
For more information, contact Victoria Tumanova, assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders, at 315.443.9640 or email@example.com.