2019-20 Funded Research Grants

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Principal Investigator(s)Project TitleInstitutionFunding Period
2019-20 Grants Funded

Drs. Matt Reynolds & Christopher Niileksela 

Growth of working memory capacity throughout childhood, and it's measurement and growth for English language learners.

University of Kansas

Completed
Dr. Elisa Na

Neurocognitive impairments and the role of MeCP2 in Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Texas Woman's University 4/1/20-6/30/22

Dr. Scott Decker

Predicting at-risk reading outcomes in multi-tiered models using diagnostic cognitive and neuro-cognitive tests. 

University of South Carolina 4/1/20-12/31/21

Dr. Carlos O. Calderón

Assessing the temporal reliability of cognitive-achievement relations and factor structure of the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities and Academic Achievement, Fourth Edition on a sample of special education students over a test - retest interval of 3 years.

 
Northern Arizona University  4/1/20-3/31/22 

PI, Dr. Raymond Smith, Co-PIs - Daehyoung Lee and Bo Hyun Hwang

Association between Motor Skills and Elementary Literacy Development in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Poster of Final Results [.pdf]

Indiana University Bloomington  Completed

PI – Dr. Sneha Bharadwaj, Co PI – Ellen A. Rhoades

Assessment and Intervention Pertaining to Auditory Memory in Elementary School Age Children with Hearing Loss 
Texas Woman’s University   9/1/19-08/31/22 
Dr. Martin Rosario 
Can a Noninvasive Neuromodulation Therapy Improve Neurocognitive and Neuromotor Alterations in People with HIV?

Texas Woman’s University 

09/01/19-05/31/22
PI – Dr. John Kranzler, Co PI – Kathrin E. Maki 
Cognitive Profiles of Children and Youth Identified with Specific Learning Disabilities in a Response-to-Intervention Model 

University of Florida

9/1/19-8/31/22
Dr. Maryellen McClain Verdoes
Convergent Validity and Performance Consistency of Standardized Measures of Reading for Children with ASD 

Utah State University 

9/1/19-12/31/21 

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