CRADL supports scholarly efforts that focus on gaining a fuller understanding of atypical development and learning processes, from birth through adolescence. The center provides an organizational umbrella for various research areas and projects, and permits the exchange of ideas across research domains.
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Want to Participate in Research Programs? Please contact [email protected] Current faculty research programs include studies of deafness, atypical communication development, developmental learning and attention disorders, systemic views of atypical development and learning, families of children with developmental delay, and traumatic brain injury.
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