Director: Jana Iverson, Ph.D.
The Infant Communication Lab
Graduate Students (left to right): Nina Leezenbaum, Jessie Northrup and Kelsey West
Undergraduate Assistants (back row, left to right): Perrine Heymann, Katie Blackburn, JR Cole, Megan Breinlinger, Rachel Sandercock; (front row, left to right): Brittany Cabot, Samantha Haberman, Victoria Leung, Samantha McClelland; (Members absent): Tim Barthelmes, Marykate Viola, Brianna Amoscato, Cecile Claussen, Sarah Torres
Permanent Staff (left to right): Stephanie Telep, Research Assistant; Julija Hetherington, Data Manager; Laura Ayer, Project Coordinator; Krista Kalinoski, Research Assistant
Featured Research From Our Lab
The interplay between language, affect, and gesture during communicative transition: A dynamic systems approach.
The vocabulary spurt impacts infants’ production of multiple, coordinated communicative behaviors.
Developing language in a developing body: The relationship between motor development and language development.
The emergence of new motor skills changes infants’ experiences with objects and people in ways that are relevant for communicative and language development.
- Variation in vocal-motor development in infant siblings of children with autism. Early motor and vocal development in high-risk infant siblings as an indicator of a future autism diagnosis.