Month: August 2016

Undergraduate student presents with Letty Naigles at 2016 McNair Summer Research Poster Exhibit

Chelsea Meagher presents at the 2016 McNair Scholars Summer Poster Session.

Chelsea Meagher, a cognitive science major working with Dr. Naigles, presented a poster entitled Language & Brain: How Early Language Complexity Relates to Current Auditory Brain Functioning in Typically-Developing Children and Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders at the 2016 UCONN McNair Scholars Annual Summer Research Poster Exhibit. Read more about her poster here.

Letty Naigles’ new article discussed on Spectrum News

“You’re telling me!” Prevalence and Predictors of Pronoun Reversals in Children with ASD and Typical Development by Letty Naigles and colleagues was published in Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders this spring. Read more about the article and its findings in this article by Spectrum News. See below for the full citation.

Naigles, L., Cheng, M., Xu Rattasone, N., Tek, S., Khetrapal, N., Fein, D., & Demuth, K.  (2016) “You’re telling me!” Prevalence and Predictors of Pronoun Reversals in Children with ASD and Typical Development. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 27, 11-20. DOI:10.1016/j.rasd.2016.03.008.