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  • How do little ears with hearing loss hear speech?

    Our research study is investigating how children’s brains process speech and how hearing loss during childhood influences the processing of speech. In this study, 5-17-year-old children with normal hearing and hearing loss will undergo a …

  • Vowel Diagnostic Treatment in Down Syndrome

    The Vocal Tract Development Lab at the Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, needs participants with Down syndrome for a pilot research study. We have developed a diagnostic treatment study designed to improve vowel production in …

  • Fraction Understanding in 8th Graders

    The Educational Neuroscience Lab and Mathematics Education Learning & Development Lab are working with the Waisman Center to investigate the development of fraction knowledge in children. Knowledge of fractions and mathematical competence are important determinants …

  • Binaural Hearing and Speech Lab

    Recruiting typically developing children 7-12 years of age who meet the following criteria: Native English speakers, normal hearing, no history of recurring ear infections, and pressure equalization (PE) tubes. To find out more visit the …

  • Brain Imaging Study for Adults with Down Syndrome

    The Waisman Center is seeking adults with Down syndrome, ages 30 and above, for a research study involving an MRI and a PET scan to examine amyloid plaque in the brains of these individuals. Researcher …

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