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To raise visibility of Georgia State University's outstanding research programs in atypical development and learning.

To attract new students who want to further understand atypical development and learning from an interdisciplinary perspective.

To provide an interdisciplinary forum for sharing on-going research and formulating new research projects related to atypical development and learning

To inform and evaluate treatment efforts to ameliorate problems in development and learning through research findings.

To address policy issues at the university, local, state, and national level related to atypical development and learning.