In May, several lab members went to a great symposium at Emory called “Learning about the Vocal World: Deciphering the Statistics of Communication.” We presented two posters: “Statistical Learning Ability Can Overcome the Negative Impact of Low Socioeconomic Status on Language Development ,” by Deocampo, Eghbalzad, & Conway “What just happened? Exploring the Neural Mechanisms […]
Good luck to NeuroLearn lab member, Kim Ross, who will be presenting a poster entitled, “Event-related Potential Effects of Auditory Sequential Learning are Related to Receptive Vocabulary Ability” at the Midwest Cognitive Science Conference in Mackinac Island, Michigan this weekend. Way to go, Kim, and co-authors, Jerome Daltrozzo and Chris Conway!
NeuroLearn Lab director, Dr. Christopher Conway, gave a great talk at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development this weekend entitled, “The Role Played by Statistical Learning in Language Development Depends upon the Quality of the Social/Linguistic Environment”. It was very well received. Great job, Chris! Graduate student, Leyla Eghbalzad, and […]