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New Article Published in Cognition

Delighted to announce a new publication co-authored with Chloe Stoll. Sign language experience redistributes attentional resources to the inferior visual field has been accepted for publication in Cognition. Dr. Stoll used a visual search paradigm to compare deaf signers, hearing signers, and hearing non-signers on...

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Sarah Kimbley Off to Gallaudet!

Sarah Kimbley, a graduate student working in the deaf x lab, has accepted the offer of a place in Gallaudet University’s PhD Program in Educational Neuroscience (PEN). We’re all very proud of Sarah’s accomplishment, and it’s a reward for all of the hard work. (Always...

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Deaf x Lab at Imagine RIT

The Deaf X Lab will be hosting an arts and crafts exhibit at the 2019 Imagine RIT Innovation and Creativity Festival. Aimed at kids aged 3 years and older, we’ll have brain-inspired arts ad crafts, plus an opportunity to get a print out of your...

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