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Nancy Rader presented research on infant language at the meeting of Association for Scientific Psychology in May; Al Sahlstrom 06 coauthored the presentation. She also co-authored a presentation with Patricia Zukow-Goldring of the University of Southern California for the International Conference on Infant Studies, held in Kyoto, Japan, in June, 2006. Both presentations focused on her NSF sponsored research using eye tracking to study the effects of gestures in early infant language and attention.

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Nancy Rader's Infant Research Presented at Conferences in New York and Kyoto Comment from aimler1 on 08/21/2006
Good job Al!!!