Rain Bosworth

Rain Bosworth

Assistant Professor
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Liberal Studies

2020 Submissions

Journal Paper

Bosworth, Rain G., Adam Stone, and So-One Hwang. "Effects of Video Reversal on Gaze Patterns during Signed Narrative Comprehension." Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 25. 3 (2020): enaa007. Web. «

Bosworth, Rain G., Charles E. Wright, and Karen R. Dobkins. "Analysis of the visual spatiotemporal properties of American Sign Language." Vision Research 164. (2019): 34-43. Web. «

Published Conference Proceedings

Bosworth, Rain G., et al. "Automaticity of Visual Word & Sign Processing in Deaf Bilinguals: Evidence from the Stroop Task." Proceedings of the Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research. Ed. Annika Herrmann, et al. Hamburg, Germany: TISLR, 2019. Web. «

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Stone, Adam and Rain G. Bosworth. "Exploring Infant Sensitivity to Visual Language using Eye Tracking and the Preferential Looking Paradigm." Journal of Visualized Experiments 147. (2019): e59581. Web. *

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Marin, Andrew, Karen R. Dobkins, and Rain G. Bosworth. "Development of Face Discrimination in Infancy: An Eye Tracking Study." Proceedings of the Vision Science Society. Ed. VSS. St. Pete Beach, Florida: https://jov.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2750376. «

2018 Submissions

Journal Paper

Stone, Adam, Laura-Ann Petitto, and Rain Bosworth. "Visual sonority modulates infants’ attraction to sign language." Language Learning and Development 14. 2 (2018): 130-148. Print. «

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Stone, Adam and Rain G. Bosworth. "Where do the eyes look during sign-watching? The impact of early language experience on babies’ and children’s eye gaze behavior for signed narratives." Proceedings of the International Conference on Sign Language Acquisition. Ed. ICSLA. Istanbul, Turkey: n.p.. «

2017 Submissions

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Tyler, Sarah C., Rain G. Bosworth, and Karen R. Dobkins. "Development of temporal order attention in children 6-36 months old." Proceedings of the Society for Research in Child Development. Ed. SRCD. Austin, Texas: n.p.. «