Author: LLCN

  • September 10 – Open House Anniversary Party!

    September 10 – Open House Anniversary Party!

    Please join Dr. Karen Emmorey and her research staff on Thursday, September 10, 2015, as LLCN celebrates its 10 year anniversary! Celebrating 10 Years Open House Anniversary Party Thursday, September 10, 2015 3-6 pm LLCN 6495 Alvarado Road Suite 200 San Diego, CA 92120 Light refreshments will be served. See the official flyer for details (pdf). […]

  • Gabriela Meade, Ph.D. Student in Language and Communicative Disorders, named Presidential Graduate Research Fellow

    Gabriela Meade is a new student in our Ph.D. in Language and Communicative Disorders program and one of six Presidential Graduate Research Fellows starting at SDSU this fall.  The competitive, merit-based campus program supports the recruitment of exceptional non-resident applicants to SDSU’s many graduate programs. See the full article on SDSU NewsCenter!    

  • September 18 – Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience Workshop!

    September 18 – Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience Workshop!

    The goal of this workshop is to bring together SDSU faculty and researchers in neuroscience, and to foster and develop collaborations, making San Diego State University a destination for neuroscience research.  Join the executive members of the SDSU Center for Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience and 13 presenting faculty members for this exciting collaborative opportunity. Inaugural CCN Workshop Friday, September 18, 2015 9:00am – 3:30pm Templo […]

  • Congratulations to Kristen Secora, presenter at the German Linguistics Society Meeting!

    Congratulations to Kristen Secora, a student in the Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Ph.D. Program on her presentation “Perspective-taking in Manually-Produced Spatial Description and the Role of Inhibitory Control” at the German Linguistics Society meeting!

  • Congratulations to Jordan Weber, Recipient of the Provost’s Award!

    Congratulations Jordan Weber, a graduate of the Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Master’s Program on receiving the Provost’s Award for Research and Scholarship in the 8th Annual Student Research Symposium for her poster.  Her poster was titled “ASL-LEX: A resource for investigating effects of sign frequency and iconicity for American Sign Language (ASL).”

  • Congratulations, Natalie Silance, Research Award Recipient!

    LLCN lab member and graduate of the Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Program, Natalie Silance received the Research Award for Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice at the 8th Annual Student Research Symposium for her poster “Cross-Language Semantic Interference Effects During Picture Naming in Bimodal Bilinguals.”  Congratulations, Natalie!

  • 2014-2015 LLCN Lecture Series!

    Pat Perry-Sieglen will give a talk titled “Deaf Community Serves: An Overview” on Tuesday, May 19th at Noon. This presentation will be in ASL without English interpretation. Light refreshments served afterwards. See bio on Ms. Sieglen (pdf). Please RSVP to cogrady@sdsu.edu.

  • Dr. Jonathan Udoff presents his dissertation research for the VL2 Student Network Lecture Series!

    Dr. Jonathan Udoff recently earned his doctorate degree in Language and Communicative Disorders from San Diego State University & University of California, San Diego, and has been a part of Dr. Karen Emmorey’s Laboratory for Language and Cognitive Neuroscience (LLCN) for several years. His project explores the interaction between the hand and mouth during the production […]

  • Lipinsky Scholarship Recipient, Geo Kartheiser, Ph.D. Student at Gallaudet University talks about his research on SDSU NewsCenter!

    “Deaf since birth, Geo Kartheiser never imagined that he could be a scientist. But science was where his passion lay, and as he progressed through school, he began to imagine himself as not only a scientist, but also a researcher.” See the full article on SDSU NewsCenter!

  • ASL-LEX Database

    A subjective frequency and iconicity database for 1000 ASL signs Word frequency plays an important role in language processing (e.g. word recognition, word naming, lexical decision, phonological processing) and might also be an important determinant of language structure. There are many large volume corpora and normative data sets available that spoken language researchers can use […]