Current Studies

Word Learning in Kids


Children with typical development (4- to 6-years-old)

Children with autism (e.g., ASD, PDD-NOS, Asperger's; 4- to 10-years-old who can speak in simple sentences)


We are interested in learning how children learn new words and how feedback affects learning.

How does it work?

This study involves two Zoom sessions that are a week apart. The first session typically takes 15 minutes; the second session takes 20-30 minutes. Parents/guardians will also be asked to complete forms about the child. 

Families will receive $20 an hour and information about their child's language abilities.

For more information, please contact:

Eileen Haebig

Assistant Professor

Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders


IRB# 4263