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Upcoming Workshop in Stockholm, Sweden

In June 2016, Dr. Dye will be hosting a 3-day workshop in Stockholm (Sweden) on Multimodal Multilingual Outcomes in Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children. This is in collaboration with the Institutionen för Lingvistik at Stockholm University. The workshop is funded through award OISE-1565990 from the National...

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New Articles Published

The deaf x lab has recently published new data in Experimental Brain Research and in the Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. Check out our Publications link for more details!

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Dye Lab Moves to RIT/NTID

In August 2015, the dye lab moved to thew Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester NY. The lab is now called deaf x lab, and is housed in Rosica Hall at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. We’re excited to be part of the...

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Second Language Acquisition Across Modalities

New article accepted for publication in Second Language Research that reports on a motion tracking study of hearing college students learning ASL as an L2. Congratulations to past lab member Allison Hilger, who conducted this study for her undergraduate thesis. Hilger, A.I., Loucks, T.M.J., Quinto-Pozos,...

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International Conference on Sign Language Acquisition 2015

The lab has had three posters accepted for presentation at the ICSLA 2015. Matt will be presenting details of a cross-linguistic L2 sign langauge corpus study, along with colleagues from Stockholm University and Trinity College Dublin. Two undergraduate students also had their posters accepted (Melissa...

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