NTID SPaCE Center researchers to present at conference

Four research scientists from the NTID SPaCE Center are presenting at the 14th Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research (TISLR14) conference, Sept. 26-30 at the Museum of Ethnology in Osaka, Japan. Assistant Professor Rain Bosworth is presenting “Native Signing vs. Sign-Naive Children’s Perceptual Gaze Patterns for Linguistic and Non-Linguistic Body Actions.” Associate Professor Matthew Dye is presenting “Open-Source Pipeline for Skeletal Modeling of Sign Language Utterances from 2D Video Sources.” Assistant Professor Ali Fitch is presenting “The relationship between joint gaze, object manipulation, and sustained attention in deaf children acquiring ASL.” Post-doctoral Scholar Geo Kartheiser is presenting “Impact of Sign Language Exposure and Cochlear Implantation on Spoken Language and Cognitive Function in Deaf College Students.”