- Candise Lin, doctoral candidate in the Human Development program has received a National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Award. November 2012
- The following HDQM Faculty received recognition for their outstanding achievements: Patricia A. Alexander (Regents Faculty Award for Mentoring); Ann A. Battle (COE Distinguished Outreach Award); Gregory Hancock (COE Distinguished Scholarship Award); Melanie Killen (Director of Graduate Studies of the Year Award); Andre Rupp (AERA Division D Significant Contribution to Research Methodology Award); and both Natasha Cabrera and Meredith Rowe (ADVANCE Award). Summer 2012
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General Research Area:
Understanding factors that contribute to children's language and literacy development; parental beliefs and parent-child interaction; gesture; at-risk/underprivileged populations; research methods in child language research
Rowe, M.L., Raudenbush, S., & Goldin-Meadow, S. (In press) The pace of vocabulary growth helps predict later vocabulary skill. Child Development.
Rowe, M. L. & Goldin-Meadow, S. (2009). Differences in early gesture explain SES disparities in child vocabulary size at school entry. Science, 323, 951-953.
Rowe, M. L., Levine, S. C., Fisher, J., & Goldin-Meadow, S. (2009). Does linguistic input play the same role in language learning for children with and without early brain injury? Developmental Psychology, 45, 90-102
Rowe, M. L. & Goldin-Meadow, S. (2009). Early gesture selectively predicts later language learning. Developmental Science, 12, 182-187.
Rowe, M. L. (2008). Child-directed speech: Relation to socioeconomic status, knowledge of child development, and child vocabulary skill. Journal of Child Language, 35, 185-205.
Language Development and Parenting Lab