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Speech Research Study: Young Adults with Dyslexia

By November 24, 2012Blog

From our friends at CUNY:

Do you have dyslexia
Do you know someone who does

Here s a great chance to make things better for future students struggling with reading. We need your help!

We are looking for young adults with a diagnosis of dyslexia or a history of significant reading and spelling difficulties to participate in a speech research study. This is a CUNY-wide IRB-approved study.

Interested people should be:

  • Adults aged 18 to 35
  • Native speakers of American English but not fluent in a second language
  • After a brief telephone interview, we will schedule a time for you at your convenience. In this short study you'll be shown some pictures, listen to stories and then answer questions about what you saw. There are additional computer activities. We are very interested in how people learn and what makes it easier and harder for people to remember things. You will actually be teaching us about how you learn best.

    Location: Midtown Manhattan or Bronx, NY
    We will pay $15 for one hour of your time.
    If you qualify, we will pay $15/hr. for a second session of 2 – 3 hrs.

    Contact: Peggy, languagelearninglab@gmail.com or 212-817-8867

    Your participation is completely confidential.

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