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LIBERAL STUDIES - RESEARCH

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click to expandclick to closeGerald Berent

Gerald Berent

Professor
Liberal Studies - Research
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

2017 Submissions

Invited Paper

Berent, Gerald P., et al. "L2 and Deaf Learners’ Comparative Knowledge of English Transitive and Intransitive Verb Properties: Relative Linguistic Complexity Yields Acquisitional Parallels." American Association for Applied Linguistics Annual Conference, Portland, OR. (2017). Web. «

Manuscripts Submitted for Publication

Berent, Gerald P., et al. "Derivational Complexity, Interface Knowledge, and L2 Learner-Deaf Learner Parallels in Acquisition of Transitive and Intransitive Sentence Properties." 2017. TS - typescript (typed). «

Invited Article/Publication

Berent, Gerald P., et al. "Variation in Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing College Students’ Knowledge of General-Purpose and Academic English Verbs." Paper presentation at the 2017 NTID Scholarship Symposium, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, RIT. (2017). Web. *

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click to expandclick to closeJessica Cuculick

Jessica Cuculick

Associate Professor
Liberal Studies - Research
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

2017 Submissions

Book Chapter

Barnett, Steven B., et al. "National Center for Deaf Health Research: CBPR with the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Community." "Community-Based Participatory Research for Health." Ed. N. Wallerstein, et al. New York, New York: Jossey-Bass, 2017. 157-174. Print. ˆ

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Vincent Samar

Associate Professor
Liberal Studies - Research
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

2017 Submissions

Book Chapter

Bochner, Joseph, et al. "Method and Materials for a Computer-Based Test of Sign Language Ability: The American Sign Language Discrimination Test (ASL-DT)." "New Research in Sign Language." Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2017. 1-35. Print. ˜

Grants

Pollard, Robert, et al (2017-2019). Investigating Key Biopsychosocial Factors that Mediate Lifespan Management of Pre-Lingual Deafness. Grant received/funded by R21, NIH. ˜

Bochner, Jpseph, et al (2017-2018). Auditory Experience, Critical Periods and the Development of Categorical Perception in Cochlear Implant Users: A Preliminary Investigation. Grant received/funded by Health Hearing Foundation, Health Hearing Foundation. ˜

Samar, Vincent J (2017-2017). PROMIS (Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System) Materials Development. Grant received/funded by Mitten Family Foundation, Mitten Family Foundation.

Samar, Vincent J (2017-2017). Sexual Health Survey Pilot Project. Grant received/funded by University of Rochester, Deans Office, Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (Center for Aids Research), University of Rochester, Deans Office, Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (Center for Aids Research).

Smith, Scott R, Vincent J Samar, and Paul Craig (2017-2022). RIT-RISE Scientists-in-Training Program for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Undergraduates. Grant received/funded by NIH, NIH. ˜

Samar, Vincent J (2017-2017). New York State Deaf Health Survey. Grant received/funded by National Center for Deaf Health Research and New York State Department of Health, National Center for Deaf Health Research and New York State Department of Health.

Samar, Vincent J and Robert Pollard (2017-2018). NTID Subcontract to the Rochester Prevention Research Center- National Center for Deaf Health Research (NCDHR), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Prevention Research Centers Program. Grant received/funded by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Prevention Research Centers Program., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

DeCaro, James and Vincent J Samar (2016-2017). NTID Subcontract to the Rochester Prevention Research Center- National Center for Deaf Health Research (NCDHR), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Prevention Research Centers Program. Grant received/funded by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Prevention Research Centers Program., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Uninvited Presentations

Samar, Vincent J, et al. "Adult Bicultural Deaf/Hearing Identity is Associated with Health-Related Correlates of Academic Achievement." ADARA Conference 2017- Professionals, Purpose, Passion: Pathways to New Opportunities. ADARA. Portland, Oregon. 23 May 2017. Poster Session. ˜

Samar, Vincent J and Paige Bernal. "Attachment to Parents, Family Communication, and Academic Achievement of Deaf and Hard of Hearing College Adults." ADARA Conference 2017- Professionals, Purpose, Passion: Pathways to New Opportunities. ADARA. Portland, Oregon. 23 May 2017. Poster Session. ˜

Parasnis, Ila, et al. "A Valid Sign Language-Based ADHD Test for Deaf Adults." ADARA Conference 2017- Professionals, Purpose, Passion: Pathways to New Opportunities. ADARA. Portland, Oregon. 23 May 2017. Poster Session. ˜

Coll, Ysabela and Vincent J Samar. "Academic Achievement of Firstborn and Secondborn College Adults: Effects of Birth Order, Birth Spacing, and Childhood Socioeconomic Status." 29th Annual Association for Psychological Science Convention. Association for Psychological Science. Boston, MA. 26 May 2017. Poster Session. ˜

Lagasca, Audrey. "Sleep Quality and Types of Aggression in Deaf and Hearing Adults." 29th Annual Association for Psychological Science Convention. Association for Psychological Science. Boston, MA. 27 May 2017. Poster Session. ˜

Bellevue, Cathy and Vincent J Samar. "High Childhood SES and Cochlear Implants Increase Performance on Print Exposure Measures of Cognitive and Literacy Development in Deaf Adults." 29th Annual Association for Psychological Science Convention. Association for Psychological Science. Boston, MA. 27 May 2017. Poster Session. ˜

Samar, Vincent J and Lauren Berger. "Does A Flatter General Gradient of Visual Attention Explain Peripheral Advantages and Central Deficits in Deaf Adults?" 29th Annual Association for Psychological Science Convention. Annual Association for Psychological Science. Boston, MA. 28 May 2017. Poster Session. ˜

Invited Article/Publication

Barnett, Steven L, et al. "Collaboration With Deaf Communities to Conduct Accessible Health Surveillance." American Journal of Preventive Medicine. (2017). Print. ∆

Samar, Vincent J and Lauren Berger. "Does A Flatter General Gradient of Visual Attention Explain Peripheral Advantages and Central Deficits in Deaf Adults?" Frontiers in Psychology. (2017). Print. ˜

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