Lauren B. Adamson. Communication development, infancy, developmental theories, history of psychology. University of California-Berkeley, 1977, Regents professor.
Roger Bakeman. Social development of infants and toddlers, observational methodology and data analysis. University of Texas, 1973, professor emeritus.
Lee Branum-Martin. Psychometrics and educational measurement; language, literacy, and bilingualism. University of Houston, 2004, associate professor.
Marsha G. Clarkson (NBN). Developmental psychology, perceptual development in infants, psycho-acoustics, developmental psychobiology. University of Florida, 1979, associate professor.
Chris Conway (DEV). Cognitive neuroscience of learning and language; atypical language development; event-related brain potentials (ERP); cognitive training. Cornell University, 2005, assistant professor.
Gwen A. Frishkoff. (CGS). Cognitive and brain bases of language; reading and vocabulary acquisition; semantic processing; event-related potentials (ERP); neurocognitive ontologies. University of Oregon, 2004, assistant professor.
Christopher Henrich. School transitions, parent involvement, motivation, and child development and social policy. Yale University, 2001, associate professor.
Gabriel Kuperminc (COM). Adolescence/youth development, resilience, cultural variations, ecological assessment, school- and community-based prevention. University of Virginia, 1994, professor.
Şeyda Özçalışkan (CGS). Typical and atypical language development; role of gesture in language and cognitive development; cross-linguistic variation in early semantic development; cross-linguistic variation in metaphor structure and development of metaphorical ability. University of California, Berkeley, 2002, assistant professor.
MaryAnn Romski (joint appointment, Communication). Speech, language and communication development, developmental disabilities, communication impairments. University of Kansas, 1981, Regents professor.
Rose Sevcik (chair). Communication, language, and reading development, developmental and learning disabilities, parent and school interventions. Georgia State University, 1989, distinguished University professor.
Rebecca Williamson (CGS). Cognitive development and social learning mechanisms in young children. Stanford University, 2005, assistant professor.